A/03. Personal Papers
Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
Newspaper articles, photographs, publications, student memorabilia, and histories regarding Bishop England High School.
Pamphlets, audiocassettes, phonograph records, memorial and prayer cards, newspaper clippings, and publications regarding the history of the Diocese of Charleston and its bishops.
Personal items belonging to Agnes Elise de Vineau Mosimann and items documenting her musical contribution to the Diocese of Charleston.
Personal papers and administrative records of seven bishops of Charleston. Bishops include John England, Ignatius A. Reynolds, Patrick N. Lynch, Henry P. Northrop, William T. Russell, Emmet J. Walsh, and John J. Russell. Also included is pre-diocesan correspondence of Reverend James Wallace.
Correspondence, newsletters, photographs, and other administrative material regarding the Knights of Columbus' local councils, state council, and supreme council, collected by Walter Duane.
Workbooks, notes, typed manuscripts, newspaper clippings, speeches, press releases, copies of Council Digest, committee lists, and correspondence from Second Vatican Council.
Correspondence, bulletins, publications, notes, homilies, and photographic media of Reverend Monsignor J. Donald Gorski's ministry within the Diocese of Charleston and in Peru, South America, with the St. James Society.
Administrative records, prayers and writings, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs collected by Donald C. Hamburger, a Roman Catholic priest for the Diocese of Charleston.
Slide photographs taken by Reverend Monsignor Donald C. Hamburger in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Personal and professional papers, including publications, manuscripts, correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, dissertations, and photographs, compiled by David Heisser, author and historian.
Manuscript transcription of a publication referred to as the History of the Roman Catholic Church.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, administrative records, and photographs regarding the Hebron St. Francis Center on John’s Island, South Carolina, and the Diocese of Charleston.
Photograph taken of Reverend Cornelius A. Kennedy's silver jubilee celebration.