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Box 1

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Contains 4 Results:

Cardinal Shehan fifty-year anniversary supplement to The Catholic Review

 Collection — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: SC-036
Abstract

The Cardinal Shehan fifty-year anniversary supplement to The Catholic Review, 1972, consists of a series of articles and advertisements celebrating Cardinal Shehan's 50th anniversary as a priest in the Catholic Church. Lawrence Joseph Shehan was made a cardinal in 1965 and served in Baltimore until his retirement in 1974. Cardinal Shehan celebrated his golden jubilee on December 23, 1972.

Dates: 1972 December 15

1915 calendar of Saint Francis of Assisi

 Collection — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Identifier: SC-037
Abstract The 1915 calendar of Saint Francis of Assisi, 1914, contains eleven drawings of important places connected to Saint Francis. On each page is the calendar for that month along with a description of the drawing and its connection to the saint. Saint Francis of Assisi was born Giovanni di Pietro di Bernardone in Italy in late 1181 or early 1182 to an Italian father and a French mother. He gave up his life of luxury in 1205 to devote himself to spreading the gospel of penance and peace in Italy...
Dates: 1915

Sequoia tree with Maryland plaque photograph

 Collection — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Identifier: SC-038
Abstract

The Sequoia tree with Maryland plaque photograph, circa 1900, is an oversized photograph of giant sequoia trees. The middle tree contains a plaque with the word Maryland written in capital letters and three people at its base.

Dates: circa 1900

Directions lithographic print

 Collection — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Identifier: SC-044
Abstract This collection consists of a single black and white lithographic print of Directions, numbered #10, by Carl Hoeckner, undated. Title in lower left hand corner of print, #10 in center, and signature in lower right hand corner all written in pencil. Carl Hoeckner was born in Munich in 1883 and immigrated to Chicago in 1910. In his lithographs from the 1930s, Hoeckner’s talents as a printmaker and his activism coalesced to produce “social documents”...
Dates: undated