Inventory of Papers of Arthur Dunning Spearman, S.J., 1899-1977
Inventory of Papers of Arthur Dunning Spearman, S.J., 1899-1977University Archives
Santa Clara, California
- University Archives
- Santa Clara University
- 500 El Camino Real
- Santa Clara, California 95053-0500
- Phone: (408) 554-4117
- Fax: (408) 554-5179
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- URL: http://www.scu.edu/archives
- Compiled by:
- Julia O'Keefe, University Archivist 1985-1996
Mary Shipsey, class of 1983
Matthew Kelsey, class of l984
- Updated by:
- Anne McMahon, University Archivist
- Date Completed:
- Sept. 1998
- Encoded by:
- Xiuzhi Zhou
Inventory of the Papers
Biographical and Personal Papers
Resumes, biographical notes and articles
See also videotape: "Arthur Dunning Spearman" (biography and interview), produced by Scott V. Martin, Jean Dodds and Katy McGuire, 1973, 16 min., 3 copies. -97v.
Personal documents, educational and religious: transcripts, diplomas, ordination papers, priestly faculties
See also: oversize, Mass card for parents, -99; and box #7, greetings to ADS, Oberammergau Passion Play, Carmel de Liseux, books of notes and clippings on religious themes, diary/address book, book of poetry.
See also photos #1-252, 310-342: ADS, family, friends, including the Plascencia family 1932;1960
Clippings about ADS (see also oversize clippings, -87)
Golden Jubilee memorabilia, 1968 (Spearman describes himself as struggling with "debilitated and broken nerve system" for
last 46 years)
See also photos for Golden Jubilee scrapbook/photo album,-90
Golden Jubilee: Cards, letters and certificates of congratulation see also audiotape of greetings from Carmelites to ADS: songs and poetry, c. 20 min.-95
Financial records: ADS
Correspondence: Jesuit community and provincial matters, including ADS' letters of complaint to the bishop and the pope, 1965-72
Retreat notes, c. 1942 Copy of the Queen's Page [student] magazine (March 1941) for which ADS was the advisor
Events honoring ADS, 1967 and 1972; 1966 Resolution by City of Santa Clara.
See also Arti--Box 26
Manuscripts and class planning notes for teaching English literature
Invocations delivered by ADS, 1959-73.
See also audiotape of D.A.R. dedication ceremony for Mission Santa Clara plaque with blessing by ADS, 1969, 90 min.-95
Historical Landmarks Commission, City of Santa Clara: minutes and correspondence (commission chaired by ADS, 1960-63), 1951-72
Historical Landmarks Commission, City of Santa Clara: correspondence dealing with erection of historical markers, plus discussion
of street names,1961-63
See also f. 110-112
Historical Landmarks Commission, City of Santa Clara: St. Clare of Assisi monument for civic center, 1961-1965.
Santa Clara Woman's Club and the Old Pena Adobe (c. 1790): clippings, correspondence and notes about the Woman's Club activities and about the Old Adobe, including 1916 ms. by Alice
Hare, "The Old Adobe", 1859-71 and information on Warburton family.
See also: photos #471-79, -90;
Santa Clara (city of) Historical Society, correspondence and minutes, 1970-73
See also photos of 1957 Santa Clara County fair- Spearman and model of Santa Clara Mission (Perry Collection) in ADS. 8 negs, #420
Catholic Daughters of America, Court #281, San Jose; includes Chaplain's Messages by ADS
Financial papers of Frank and Eugenie L. Spearman: deeds, probate documents, royalty reports
Spearman family wills, plus related documents and correspondence
Poetry: Eugenie L. Spearman, Charles Tally
Clippings about family and friends: obituaries, wedding announcements, etc.
Family memorabilia, including ADS' temporary family scrapbook of Frank Hamilton Spearman clippings and publications; FHS bookplate.
See also: Spearman, Sheridan, Candle Against the Sun, New York: P.J. Kenedy, 1954. -12
Frank H. Spearman: Publications and manuscripts; short stories, essays, television script
See also: oversize clippings, -87; an "From the Cab Window", The Outlook.June 2, 1900, p. 253, box 7.
Note: Orradre Library holds 20 volumes of fiction by Frank H. Spearman. These were transferred in 1980 from Arthur Spearman's collection.
FHS's collection of articles on railroads, 1870's to 1880's
Rails to the West: Life of Frank Hamilton Spearman (also subtitled
The Spearman and maps, 1955, -12
See also: photos #1-305, family photos, and documents for family history, f. 25A and 25B
Index and Appendix C (lines of descent for ADS',ancestors) for Rails to the West, plus notices related to the typescript
Correspondence: family history and genealogy, and FHS's publisher
Miller, Herbert, "Frank Hamilton Spearman, A Catholic Novelist," thesis typescript, including photos and clippings, 1933
Spearman family history, ADS's research: Lonergan, Lancaster and Spearman lines
Family history: Presley I. Lancaster's research, including discussion of Jesuits in Maryland, 1740-50
Family history: research on Lancaster line, including 1824 letter of Benjamin Lancaster Lewis (legal size folder)
Family history: Lonergan genealogy, including narrative of Eugenie L. Spearman
See also "Conversation of A.D.S. with Theresa A. Taylor, Beth Haas, and Joy Haas re Spearman family history." San Jose, January 1975. Tape cassette, -95
Correspondence: C.P. Schrank to ADS, 1964-65, referring to FHS's writings
Correspondence: excerpts of Elisabeth Stuart letters, containing Spearman genealogies in Maryland to 1690
Correspondence: letters from family members discussing family history
See also: oversize, deeds, maps and family crest, -99
Correspondence: ADS to various relatives (not family history), 1917-69
Correspondence: Mother Mary Magdalene, O.C.D. (Grace Swinton Lewis, cousin of ADS), 1950-61
See also: photos #7-21, -90
Correspondence: Elizabeth Lovell (cousin) to ADS, 1967-74
Subject Files on Mission Santa Clara, Local, and California History
Agriculture: photo copies of publications re: Mission agriculture
The Alameda: correspondence and research
See also: photo #417, -90; El Camino Real, file #53
Alemany, Joseph Sadoc: research and manuscripts
Battle of Santa Clara: notes and correspondence, including notes and manuscript of Dr. A.E. Osborne, newspaper series based on Osborne manuscript, 1922
Brands, cattle: clippings and correspondence
Catala, Magin: Spearman, Arthur, "Mission Padre of Santa Clara: the Life and Work of Catala," typescript, 159 pp.
Catala: ADS's writings, research and clippings
Catala: various publications about Catala, plus Spearman's research and writings on Aloysius S. Stern, S.J., including the
pamphlet by ADS, "Two Padres from Nookta," 3rd edition, 1967.
See also photos, #390-406, Stern and Catala.
Catala: Aloysius Stern memorabilia
Catala: articles and clippings about Catala and Stern
Catala: correspondence to, from and about Aloysius S. Stern, including Stern's 1935 testimony in support of Catala's canonization
Cemetery, Mission Santa Clara: clippings and correspondence
Churches, Santa Clara Valley: research and articles by ADS, including "Parishes founded from S.C.C." St. Clare's Parish history, and "Santa Clara--Mother Church of the Valley," including letter of Fr. Maher, S.J., to Spearman 1960 re St. Clare's Parish land
Churches, Santa Clara Valley: correspondence about St. Joseph of Cupertino; and notes on Methodists in Santa Clara
See also Stocklmeier, Louis, "The Heritage of the City of Cupertino: the Bequest of Col. Juan Bautista de Anza", Box 9 (oversize).
Donner Party: Mendenhall family materials
El Camino Real markers (bells)
Indians, Santa Clara Valley: bibliographies and clippings
See also: oversize clippings, -87; and photos, -90
Indians, Santa Clara Valley: typescripts of A.E. Osborne, "When De Anza Saw the Bay," "Notes on Gen. Vallejo," "Indians of Santa Clara Valley," "Historical Landmarks"
Indians, Santa Clara Valley: various articles, poem "The Vision of the Indian Chief" 1884
Indians, Mission: Old Gabriel and Estanislao (legal size folder) (Box 3A)
Indians, Mission: including Marcello, Ynigo (legal size folder) (Box 3A)
Indians, Mission: Mission San Jose records dealing with Mission Santa Clara Indians
Indians, Southwestern U.S.: articles and clippings Mission San Luis Rey
See also Box 9, Indian basket patterns
Newspaper series "Valle de San Jose" by Myron V. Depew. San Diego Sun, June 5-9, 1933
Indian languages: Tipton glossary with Spearman additions of mission Spanish
Indian languages, Mission Santa Clara: ADS's research and correspondence
Landclaims, Santa Clara Valley: transcripts of 1850's court cases
Madonna from Crete: research, correspondence and clippings.
See also: photos, -90
Metates (Indian grinding stones)
See also: photos #446-460, -90
Mission Santa Clara library, 1777-1837: list of books and correspondence. Includes "California=s First Library" by H. J. Downie, Curator Carmel Mission 1966 (5pp)
Mission Santa Clara, history of: chronology, 1955.
Includes notes from the Taylor Collection Diocese of S.F. Archives
See also: oversize clippings, -87.
Galindo "Early Days at Mission Santa Clara" 1959
Mission Santa Clara, history of: correspondence and research dealing with cornerstone, interior, cross, art, and adobe bricks
of Mission Santa Clara, including manuscript by ADS, "Cornerstone Coins of Santa Clara''
See also: photos #414-418, -90; f 112: hand-drawn maps
Mission Santa Clara bells
Mission Santa Clara Archeology: clippings re: 1967 discovery of millstone and building foundation. 1959 letter requesting President Donohoe test Engineering site. 1920 correspondence of George Bray and A.E. Osborne
Mission Santa Clara, history of: research documents, reminiscences, and clippings. Includes "Early Days in Santa Clara" by S. Encarnacion Pinedo. (S.F. Sunday Bulletin, June 9, 1901).
Mission Santa Clara clippings and information re: Andrew Hill painting AMission Santa Clara 1849"
Mission Santa Clara records: inventory of records plus copies of selected documents, including Informes of 1777, 1778, 1779, 1784
See also: photo #469-470, -90
Mission Santa Clara, sites of research, correspondence and clippings about the relocation and dedications of various sites
See also:photos #411, 490-496, -90
Missionaries: ADS's lists of North American missionaries; brochure California=s Mission Trails  Gleason, Rev. Jos. M. Lesson of the Missions
Missions, California: Mission Dolores (San Francisco) Informes
Collection of booklets from Santa Barbara, San Juan Capistrano, and San Luis Rey
Missions, California: Mission San Juan Bautista [Account Book] copy. Source unknown.
Missions, California: Mission Santa Rosalia, Baja California, records and correspondence
Missions, California: Mission Santa Cruz notes and correspondence
Missions, California: translation of letters from Franciscan missionaries about Mission de la Soledad
Missions, California: translations of document and correspondence dealing with administration of the missions
Missions, California: correspondence of Alexander Taylor, c. 1799, to the missions, including Mission Santa Clara (Box 3A)
Missions, California: narrative of Julio Carillo regarding the Sonoma mission
Monterey: clippings regarding families, paintings of the Presidio.
[See also Local-drawing]
Music of the mission period: research and clippings
Quicksilver mines, Almaden: correspondence and articles
See also: oversize clippings, -87
Nobili, John, S.J., and Italian immigration: research materials, including Nobili's correspondence
Nuestra Senora del Refugio: research and various drafts of manuscripts by ADS for his booklet "Nuestra Senora del Refugio:
Patroness of California" *Published book in Orradre, California Collection
See also: photos #354-390, -90 for ADS' research collection on Madonnas
Nuestra Senora del Refugio: notes, correspondence, and reproductions of the painting
See also history/homily by R.R. John T. Dwyer on Our Lady of Refuge 3VV- July 8, 1987
Nuestra Senora del Refugio: correspondence, including Jesuit Censor's comments on ADS's manuscript
Old Spanish Bridge: notes and correspondence with J.N. Bowman and Aubrey Neasham; Photo of site 1920s?
Older, Mrs. Fremont [Cora Baggerly]: correspondence from Older to ADS, clippings, and "The Diary of Cora Baggerly Older"
See also photos for Older's collection of local, mission and California pioneer family photos, -90
See also 1HO-14 for Older" newspaper series, "When Santa Clara County Was Young"; "When San Jose Was Young."
Pioneer families, Berryessa: records, clippings, notes, and 1934 interview with Berryessas by ADS (legal size folder) (Box
See also: file 63, landclaims
Pioneer families, Fatjo: Family tree, clippings
See also: oversize clippings, -87
Pioneer families, Forbes: family history notes for Jason Alexander Forbes
Pioneer families, Isbell, Olive Mann: research notes from Osborne and Spearman, clippings and correspondence
See also: photo #477, -90
Pioneer families, Murphy: research and correspondence on Martin Murphy, Jr.
See also Local History file - Sunnyvale Historical Society
Pioneer families, Murphy: notes and correspondence on Murphy family
Pioneer families, Pellerano, Nicholas: see 5IP and photo collection POR
Pioneer families, Splivalo
Pioneer families, Santa Clara pioneers: correspondence and notes (legal size folder) (Box 3A)
Pioneer families, Bandini: correspondence and translation of diary
See also: file 52, Donner Party
Pioneer families: Eddy, Brackett, Bray, Koch, de Lopez, Baker, Graham, Menton
Pioneer families: Peralta (Box 3A)
See also: photos #471-480, -90
Pioneer families, Bond: see photos for family album; owned present Carmelite monastery property; this setting also used in Jack London's Call of the Wild
Posadas: clippings, music and inquiries
See also: audiotape, Spanish songs for Posadas and Navidad, 60 min., -95
Olive oil: correspondence regarding tradition/obligation for Santa Clara to supply olive oil to the bishop
Pastorela of Mission Santa Clara: script and correspondence regarding Santa Clara version of pastorela, a dramatic presentation of the nativity common to the missions
Pastorela, California Missions: scripts and research
Phelan, Sen. James D.: correspondence and poetry of the Markham Poetry Society meeting at Villa Montalvo, 1928-29. Clippings regarding Villa Montalvo, 1973. For a photo of Phelan with Z.Maher, S.J., see photo collection, POR-Maher.
Pioneer families, Galindo: Reprint of 1820 Jesuit catalogue mentioning Hilary Galindo, S.J.
PIOUS FUND Clipping re: settlement of U.S. and Mexican Catholic property dispute, Aug. 1967.
Railroads and the historic West: clippings
See also: photos #295-305, 316-326, -90
Rainfall, Santa Clara Valley: clippings and notes
Rambo, Ralph: clippings, publications, and correspondence
See also: oversize, Box 9
Rancherias mentioned in baptismal records of Mission Santa Clara: list and research notes, including material on Alviso and Arguello families
Redwoods, California: clippings and correspondence about Big Basin State Park, A.P. Hill and Fr. Kenna
San Jose history. Includes information on the naming of Mt. Hamilton.
See also Box 9 for Wheels of the West and Early Day San Jose, a collection of Maps and Drawings by Leonard McKay.
Santa Clara, city of, street names: clippings and maps.
See also file #14.
Santa Clara, city of: notes and correspondence
Santa Clara city. Street maps of city and Mission sites, hand-drawn (Box 3A)
Schools, Catholic, government support of, 1960's
Seminaries, California. Notes from F. Kenneally, OFM. The Seminaries as Educational Institutions, 1840-1950. Unpublished Thesis: University of Toronto, 1956. (26 pp).
"Spanish coins." Coins [fraud] and articles about them 1958-1960.
See also photos (SCU): Bldgs-Eberhard Tannery
Time and California Missions: Wm. B. Stephens publications and correspondence regarding clocks of the mission era
University of Santa Clara, baseball: notes on history of baseball at Santa Clara
University of Santa Clara, buildings: ADS's notes for 1959 Redwood
University of Santa Clara, charter date: dispute with Univ. of the Pacific about founding dates
Incorporation: copies of docs
University of Santa Clara, history of: various articles
University of Santa Clara, history of: college as described by visitors in 1850 and 1860
University of Santa Clara, Seal of -
See also Photo Coll: "Emblems of SCU"
University of Santa Clara students: Schlichtmann manuscript of 1862 Estudillo Journal; see also Box 12
SCU students: 1970 (May) disruption [Vietnam protests]
University of Santa Clara: Correspondence with Margaret Schlichtmann 1958-67
Women's Club in Santa Clara, (including clippings on Austin Warburton).
See also f. 16.
Publications and manuscripts about Santa Clara Mission and University
ADS, The Five Franciscan Churches of Mission Santa Clara, 1777-1825, Palo Alto: The National Press, 1963 (several copies, one containing handwritten corrections by ADS), -12
The Five Franciscan Churchesoriginal manuscript: with ADS' handwritten notation,"Much shortened in printed book, hence, save this"
The Five Franciscan Churchespublication materials: correspondence, review, material for publisher
See also: oversize, -99, advertising poster
ADS, Notes for a History of Mission Santa Clara, 2 vols., compilation of notes and source material, bound typescript, indexed, not dated, -12
Vol. 2: Riordan Papers
ADS,"A History of the Mission and College Periods of the University of Santa Clara (from the ms. of the late Henry Walsh . . .)" plus outline and references on Mission Santa Clara history
Correspondence and bibliographies on Mission and University history
Mission and University history, various articles by ADS: "School of the Padres," "Mission Santa Clara," "California Mission
Notes," Men who Made Santa Clara"
See also: "A Visit to Early Santa Clara,'' Santa Clara Journal, 1961, -12
"The First Stage in California" [mss] draft of article re: drama in Missions published in Callboard[magazine of California Actors Association] c. 1935.
Missions, California, articles by ADS: " Lecture on California Missions," "The Jesuits in California, " "Kino and Salvatierra"
"History of Santa Clara College" for 1957 catalogue, with correspondence
"Notes for the History of the Law School" 10 pages, 3 drafts (annotated)
New Catholic Encyclopedia, article about Santa Clara by ADS:drafts and correspondence
"A Visit to the Mission Santa Clara and its University Campus," two drafts
Guides to the Mission and the University: manuscripts; film script and correspondence; tour of De Saisset Mission Collection,
See also: audiotape, "Tour of Santa Clara Grounds," 90min., c. 1970, -95. Summaries of background on historical objects in de Saisset Museum, Mission Church, gardens.
Visitor's Guide to Santa Clara: drafts, printed versions, and correspondence
Jesuit community house history, 1958-59
Book reviews by ADS, with correspondence, 1948, 1959
Research on Jesuits and Other Religious
Harney, Paul John SJ. A History of Jesuit Education in American California. [PhD dissertation] U.C. Berkeley 1944.
Barrett, E. Boyd (S.J.):correspondence
Farmer, Francis X., S.J.: biographical materials, clippings and correspondence
Moffatt, John E., S.J.: ADS, "Chronicle of the Life of John E. Moffatt S.J.," plus research and correspondence
Moffatt, John E., S.J.: correspondence with ADS, 1921-68
Moffatt, John E., S.J.: clippings, Mass cards
See also: photos #420-439, -90
Hubbard, Bernard R., S.J.: three drafts of biographical essay by ADS, 1960's
Hubbard, Bernard R., S.J.: ADS's notes and correspondence for Hubbard essay
Hubbard, Bernard R., S.J.: ADS, "Bernard R. Hubbard, S.J.,'' Woodstock Letters, Fall 1965, pp. 466-73
Hubbard, Bernard R., S.J.: student term papers about Hubbard, 1973, 1974
Hubbard, Bernard R., S.J.: notes and correspondence about Hubbard, 1960-74
Malone, John T. (Santa Clara student): ADS's correspondence with Malone's niece, 1934-57, and clippings
Simmons, Charles, .J.: missionary martyred in China, 1941; Simmons' writings and letters to ADS
Bouchard, James S.J.
Bradstreet, John R. S.J.
Bunn, E.B., S.J.
Cataldo, Joseph M., S.J.
Connolly, Arthur, S.J.
Dooling, Maurice T.
Dunne, William J.
Fader, Gerald J., S.J.
Fallon, Timothy P.,S.J.
Fennell, William J., S.J.
Ferguson, John B., S.J.
Ferrill, Bro. William I., S.J.
Franchi, Francis J., S.J.
Garesche, Edward F., S.J.
Geary, Joseph, S.J.
Geary, John, S.J.
Graham, Robert A., S.J.
Hageman, Edward M., S.J.
Hogan, Everett J., S.J.
Houle, John A., S.J.
Huber, Lawrence, S.J.
Kavanagh, C.R., S.J.
Kearney, Raymond W.
Kelley, Raymond J., S.J.
King, Joseph J., S.J.
Koenig, Francis J., S.J.
Laherty, John J.
Leake, Mrs. Edward E.
Leonard, Thomas J., S.J.
Lipman, John, S.J.
Malone, James E., S.J.
Mans, Paul, S.J.
Martin, Norman F., S.J.
McAstocker, David P., S.J.
McCabe, Rev. Hugh
McClatchy, Carlos Kelly
McCormick, James F., S.J.
McCoy, Cornelius J., S.J.
McFadden, Edward M., S.J.
McGloin, Daniel P., S.J.
McNally, William P., S.J.
McShane, Edward D. S.J.
Menager, Edward C.
Menager, Gabriel M., S.J.
Moneta, Br. Angelo, S.J.
Moore, Francis A., S.J. (Spiritual Bouquets)
Mootz Peter, S.J.
Morrissey, James, S.J.
Murphy, Timothy L, S.J.
Murphy, Eugene P., S.J.
O'Brien, Joseph D.
Olivo, Fr. Stephen
Pena, Jose A., S.J.
Pereira, Br. John, S.J.
Rebmann, James S.J.
Ring, Harold S.J.
Rouleau, Francis A.
Schmidt, Walter E., S.J.
Schultheis, H.J., S.J.
Seeliger, Francis J.,S.J.
Sheerin, Francis L., S.J.
Shepherd, Robert H., S.J.
Skelly, Brother P., S.J.
Spieler, Fred J., S.J.
Stern, Aloysius S., S.J.
Sullivan, F.J., S.J.
Talbot, Francis X., S.J.
Tortore, Br., S.J.
Wynne, John J., S.J.
Yorke, Rev. Peter C.
Research Materials and Manuscripts on John Joseph Montgomery 1
ADS, John Joseph Montgomery, Father of Basic Flying, 1858-1911, Santa Clara: University of Santa Clara, 1967, 1977 (two editions), -12
Camera-read artwork for second edition of JJMbook, prepared by Kappelhoff and Associates, 1977, plus halftone negatives, box 6
Page Proofs of
JJM, 1977 Acc. #997-048
See also: photos #344-347, -90
See also: slides of photos of John J. Montgomery and aeroplane, made by Spearman, 1960 [for lecture?]
Manuscript of JJM book, chapters 1-8, 10
JJM chronology and bibliography by ADS, 1959, 1965
Foreword, acknowledgments and appendixes from JJM book, plus notes for JJM talks by ADS c. 1960
Revisions and addendum for second edition of JJMbook
Publication materials for JJM book: list of photographs and captions, bibliography, copyright. purchase order, Jesuit censors' reports, promotional material
JJM book reviews, booksellers' listings, and correspondence
Preliminary drafts of JJM manuscript, c. 1958-59: "JJM: The Father of Controlled Flight," "JJM: Scientist of Flight"; Rough Draft of a Survey of the Life and Work of JJM, Father of Aviation"
Preliminary drafts of JJM manuscript, c. 1960: "Father of Flight"; see also correspondence with Don Driese, file #169
Articles and speeches about JJM by ADS: includes "The Story Behind the Book: JJM, Father of Basic Flying," Soaring, March 1968; and transcript of 1973 interview with ADS about JJM.
JJM research and documentation, including notes on Regina Cleary Montgomery
JJM research and documentation list of his correspondence, maps of his experimentation, eyewitness reports, sketch of plane
Wright Brothers and other early aviators
JJM case in U.S. Court of Claims: testimony, correspondence and notes
JJM articles and clippings from various sources including notes on construction of replicas of the JJM aeroplanes
Williams, George, "Reach for the Restless Wind: The Quest for a True Flying Machine," typescript; see also file #175
Early aviators and general aviation clippings
Correspondence: acknowledgments of JJM book
Correspondence: Montgomery family with ADS
JJM memorial days and monument: correspondence and notes, 1950's, 1960's
Correspondence, museums: Smithsonian, Museum of Science and Industry, San Diego Aerospace Museum, San Francisco Exploratorium, Aviation Hall of Fame
Correspondence: Don Driese, regarding possible publication of Spearman manuscript about JJM
Correspondence: ADS's inquiries to St. Joseph's College, where JJM taught c. 1894
Correspondence: Martin Cole, 1951-59, regarding Cole's publications on JJM
Correspondence regarding JJM, the Wrights, and other early aviators: Morgan/Spearman, Morgan/Kelly, and Spearman/Husting, 1940's-1974
Correspondence: R.P. Parker and ADS regarding Parker manuscript on JJM, 1957
Correspondence: Charles Willard, regarding JJM's plane construction, 1960-67
Correspondence: Arthur Bean regarding gliders and JJM, including Bean's humorous illustrations.
See also: oversize clippings and plans, Box 9; photo
Correspondence regarding JJM: 1957-64
Correspondence regarding JJM: 1965-67
Correspondence regarding JJM: 1968-77
Walton, W., lith. Engraving of the First Carriage, the "Ariel,"... Published by Day and Haghe, lithographers to the Queen. London, 1843. Acc 963-001.
Writings on Religious and Patriotic Themes
Articles, 1920's and 1930's:
review of poetry book;
"Whence Comes 100% Americanism?";
"In the Footsteps of the Giants";
"Grapes of Wrath Called Communistic,"
"The Message of the Second Psalm,"
"The First Stage in California,"
The Call Board;
"Literature and the Home";
"Flathead Pray for the Dead,"
The Indian Sentinel;
"The Lady of the Valley";
"The Jesuit Brothers";
"Story of Lourdes,"
Articles, 1940's and 1950's:
"Purposes, Methods and Background of the American Revolution";
"The Foundation Stones for our Bill of Rights";
"This is Virginia"(radio interview regarding mission history);
"George Washington, Product of a Colonial Home";
Father's Day, 1940";
"In the Last Hour,"
Messenger of the Sacred Heart;
"Jesuit Fathers at Our Lady of Guadalupe, San Diego"
ADS, Thoughts for the Bicentennial (essays on George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, American Revolution, etc.), bound typescript, -12
Spanish-English Confessor's Guide, 1942; 1953 (2nd ed.) Includes reviews and correspondence with publisher and Jesuit censors
See also ADS, compiler, The Spanish-English Confessor's Guide, Patterson, N.J.: St. Anthony's Guild Press, revised edition, 1960, -12
Guide. manuscript for revised edition, 1959
Articles, 1960's and 1970's: "How to Study"; "Source Materials for Writers"; "On Gregorian Chant"; Secular vs. Religious Music" Booklet "Our Lady Patroness of the Californias" (1966)
ADS, compiler, History of Devotion to the Sacred Heart (contains articles by ADS as well as source material on the devotion), bound typescript, -12
ADS, The Beautiful Sacrifice of the Mass (to be revised), bound typescript, c. 1960 (pre-Vatican II). -12
ADS, Essays (mostly with religious orientation), bound typescript. -12
Garabandal: miracles and apparitions in village of San Sebastian de Garabandal; articles and relics
Garabandal: reports of miracles and apparitions
Garabandal: more reports, plus ADS's correspondence
Simpson, Leo.S., S.J. 2/21/27
LeVasseur, W., S.J. 4/3/27
Kearney, F., S.J., Gonzaga College, China 11/17/33
Soliday, G.W. 10/22/35
Osborne, Mrs. A.E. 8/18/36
Soliday, G.W. 5/7/36
Bowman, J., University of California 7/27/39
Joseph, Sr. M., M.L. (Gallery of Living Catholic Authors) 7/27/42
Walsh, C., S.J., University of Santa Clara 12/4/42
Dewy, C., U of SC 4/7/44
Manzanares, C., Consulate of Spain, CA 10/26/47
Watkins, L. 1/16/48
Donnelly, W., S.J. 4/16/48
Perret, F., Ferdinand Perret Research Library 3/31/49
Cowdy, A., S.J., U of San Francisco 9/25/49
Perret, F. 6/17/49
Deeney, C., S.J. 5/13
Issalpiu, P. S.J. n.d.
Hogan, A. n.d.
McCormick, J., S.J. n.d.
Pascencia Family n.d.
Sister Mary Felicita n.d.
Webb, Edith 8/3/37
Webb, Edith 12/7/56
Webb, Edith 2/8/58
Webb, Edith 11/13/58
Noreterop, I. 5/4/50
Noreterop, I. 5/9/50
Noreterop, I. 6/27/50
Deeney, C., S.J. 8/9/50
Culleton, J., Academy of CA. Church History 1/12/51
Culleton, J., Academy of CA. Church History 1/27/51
Editor, San Diego Union 2/26/52
Vaughan, J., S.J., Jesuit Retreat House, Azusa, CA 3/14/52
King, Hon C., Member of Congress 2/21/52
Sister Roberta, Webster College, MI 10/10/53
McGloin, John, S.J., USF 10/12/53
Sister M. Roberta, Webster College, MI 10/21/53
Bliss, Carey S., Huntington Library 1/22/54
Buddy, C., Bishop of San Diego 3/4/54
J., Pauline 10/15/54
Buenrostro, V. 12/3/54
Buenrostro, V. 1954
Buenrostro, V. 1/10/55
O'Conner, Fr. T.R. 4/3/55
Alexander, K. 3/21/56
Conneally, Phil S.J. 2/4/56
Boland, E., S.J. 4/26/56
Font, M. 5/13/56
McGloin,J.,[?]. S.J. , Univ. of San Francisco 10/15/56
Acquistapace,F. S.J., Our Lady of Sorrows Rectory 12/17/56
Builgoil, B. 12/22/56
Boland, E., S.J. 2/6/56
Geiger, Rev. Maynard, O.F.M. 1/4/57
Hauck, H. S.J., U. of Santa Clara President 1/31/57
McGloin,J., S.J., Univ. of San Francisco 2/21/57
Buenrostro, V. 2/25/57
O Hauck, H., S.J., Loyola University 4/19/57
McGloin, J., S.J., Univ. of San Francisco 5/1/57
Nintulmbor, J. 6/9/57
Conmy, P. Director of Historical Research, Native Sons of the Golden West 7/2/57
Buenrostro, V. 8/6/57
Sister Aloyse Marie, S.N.J., College of Notre Dame 8/23/57
Buenrostro, V. 9/1/57
Peck,L. Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara 9/17/57
Bliss, Leslie E., Huntington Library 10/4/57
Hauck, H. S.J. 10/17/57
Bowman, J. 2/20/58
McGloin, J., S.J., Univ. of San Francisco 2/21/58
Cook, S. Professor of Physiology, UC Berkeley 3/5/58
Hammond,G. Director, UC Berkeley 3/11/58
Varley, U. 4/3/58
Culleton, J. Chancellor-Secretary, Diocese of Monterey-Fresno
Bowman, J. 4/15/58
Molera F. 8/13/58
Stephens, B. 10/16/58
Molera, F. 10/22/58
Valdes Subercaseaux, F. Bishop of Osorno, Chile 10/26/58
Hubbard, B., S.J. 9/58 [?]
Rector of Univ. of Santa Clara 9/10/58
Dupas, A. S.J., Universite de Sudbury, Canada 10/6/58
Harrington, M. Curator, Southwest Museum, L.A. 10/21/58
Temple, T. 10/27/58
Monterop, I.[Noretrop?] 1/2/59
Bowman, J. 1/31/59
Ahern, H. 2/11/59
Nunis, D.B., Jr. 2/13/59
O'Sullivan, C., S.J. 4/21/59
Nunis, D.B., Jr. 2/25/59
Monterop, E. 5/21/59
Bowman, J. 6/23/59
Maffatt, J., S.J. 11/29/59
Swedenburg, ,R. First Methodist Church Los Gatos, CA 12/14/59
Page, R. 12/17/59
E. Boyd 12/21/59
L. Walsh n.d. [Holy Thurs]
V. Buenrostro n.d. [Christmas]
G. Patton, Ohio State U. 1/25
H. Perry, Curator, Oakland Public Museum 1/31
L. Janowick 2/2
H. Perry, Oakland Public Museum 2/3
W. Scully 2/14
H. Perry, Oakland Public Museum 2/24
G. Dawson, Dawson's Book Shop 3/15
Miss Major 3/17
General Drafting Co., Inc. 3/22
M. Hawes, M.S.C 3/31
R. Elliott, San Jose State College 4/25
A. Shumate, Dr. 4/27
R. Hansen, The Stanford University Libraries 5/5
V. Bogy 5/11
A. Tipton 5/15
D. Campbell 8/5
I. Simpson, Wells Fargo Bank 8/11
The Mike Roberts Productions 11/3
H. Baker, Pacific Telephone 11/10
A. Gonzales 12/15
M. Victory, Sister, B.V.M 12/25
M. Josara, Sister 12/25
Collin, Mrs. H. n.d.
Santa Clara County Historical & Geneological Soc. n.d.
Goodman, M. n.d.
Ruth, I.H. Polk n.d.
Richard, The General Theological Seminary (2 letters) n.d.
Owens, Judge 6/7
F. Weber 1/4
R. Van Dorn, Treasurer, Catholic Daughters of America 1/11
J. McGucken, Archbishop of San Francisco 2/8
M. Hancock 2/19
R. Milliken 2/28
J. Gallagher 3/9
Polzer, C., S.J. 3/31
Costo, R. 4/14
Lee, R. 4/18
R. Milliken 4/23
R. Karolevitz 4/25
Sister Dominica 4/ [Holy Sat.]
R. Costo, American Indian Historical Society 4/
B. Towsend, Wally Byam Caravan Club Int., Inc. 5/27
M. Sponagle, Caravan Committee 6/2
M. Plascencia, Mr.& Mrs. 6/12
Marion and Frank 6/17
M. Meier, NDEA, Summer Institute in Latin American History 6/28
M. Meier, NDEA 6/29
M. Malone 7/29
B. Towsend 7/30
A. Williams 8/14
W. Knecht, Attorney 9/7
J. Newton, Veterans Hospital 9/21
T. Nutters 9/27
J. Newton 9/28
Joy (Copy of letter to Elizabeth) 9/28
J. Pociask, S.J. 10/2
J. Splivalo 10/9
"Friends in Christ" 12/0ctave of Epiphany
P. Starr n.d.
Fiesta de Las Rosas Committee n.d.
An Apostle for Our Lord n.d.
F. Fox, Diocese of Tucson 1/3
J. Haas, The University of Iowa 1/23
J. Haas, the University of Iowa 1/29
Frances Fox 2/5
C. Sharsmith, San Jose State College 2/1
Mrs. Morris J. Iverson 2/21
Ruth (Mrs. H.I. Polk) 3/15
A. Weyand 3/6
A. Weyand 3/15
M. Gorman, University of San Francisco 3/19
Rev. Thomas D. Terry, S.J. 4/13
Marion and Frank 4/25
A. Weyand 5/7
Rev. Thomas D. Terry, S.J. 5/11
T. Terry, S.J. 5/15
J. McGucken, Archbishop of San Francisco 5/27
B. Bettancourt, Ricard Observatory, SCU 6/13
L. Ballard, Chairman 6/8
F. Clune, Wr#ter 6/27
A. Hogan re: gift 6/28
Mrs. Samuel K. (Gloria) Lothrop re: Mengarini 7/11 & 7/25
R. Schuyler, UC Santa Barbara 7/17
F. Opel, Advertising Department of Disneyland 7/23
George and Elaine 8/5
Cultural History Research, Inc. 8/11
R. Hillman, Pioneer Museum & Haggin Galleries 8/31
F. Opel 9/9
R. Hillman, Curator of History 9/17
D. Clarke 9/18
A. Kulpa, Public Relations 9/20
F. Klune 9/23
J. Halpin 9/26
J. Halpin 10/24
M. Oi 11/5
E. Swanstrom, Catholic Relief Services 11/11
L. Vitale 11/19
M. Banion, Los Banos Recreation Commission 11/23
A. Vickery 12/14
J. Splivalo 1/8
B. Baskett, Fiesta de las Rosas, Inc. 1/21
J. McDonald 1/31
F. Weber, Reverend 1/31
San Joaquin Pioneer and Historical Society 2/11
R. Hillman, Pioneer Museum & Haggin Galleries 2/20
T. Terry, S.J. 2/25
C. Casey, Cherokee Book Shop 3/4
M. Callan, Finance V.P. of the U. of Santa Clara (Copy of Letter to Father Terry) 3/26
A. Sleker 4/4
M. Horst, California Redwood Association 4/10
R. Wood, California History Foundation, Stuart Library of Western Americana 4/15
L. Brannon, California Garden Clubs, Inc. 4/16
Fr. M.A. Habig, OFM 4/21
C. Sheperd, Cypress Chamber of Commerce 5/16
E. Swanstrom, Catholic Relief Services 5/26
R. Barrett 5/27
Tommy Temple 6/2
F. Fava 6/20
J. Montgomery 6/24
E. Warren, S.J. 7/2
D. Regnery 7/9
J. Hickeg 7/22
Mrs. Milton R. Alviso 9/19
Mrs. Milton R. Alviso 9/19
V. Belluvar, Georgetown University 9/21
V. Hubbard, Malihini Orchid Society 9/22
E. Calderwood 9/23
J. Bellah 9/24
Mrs. Milton Alviso 9/27
J. Bellah 10/2
A. Cermak 10/6
A. Luis, C.S.J. 11/3
L. Rock, S.J. 11/3
R. Lo Buglio 11/9
D. Hogle, Benjamin Bubb Community Club 11/10
[Father Terry, S.J.] 11/12
M. Oi, Japan House of Art, Publisher 11/22
J. Barrett 12/14
E. Colosino, S.J., Loyola High School 11/26
F. Mittruan 12/27
K. Bwike 12/29
A. Warburton 12/