University of Notre Dame


1890 July
McPhee, Charlie (Charles E.): (Denver, Colorado)
 to (James F.) Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana

They arrived in Denver safely. He sends his regards to all the priests and brothers. They lit up Pikes Peak on the 4th. They are having lots of fun with their pony.

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1890 Jul.1
Mannix, Mary E.: San Diego, California
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): Notre Dame, Indiana

Mannix sends an article. Her baby burned her face and hands badly last week. Mannix prayed to Our Lady of Perpetual Help and her skin has cleared up. They expect her son John (Mannix).

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1890 Jul.1
Mitchell, Mary A.: Newport, R(hode) I(sland)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Mitchell sends Hudson a sketch about the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin in Bohemia together with a copy of the miraculous picture and a picture of the church of Mariaschein.

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1890 Jul.1
Morrison, William J.: Fort Madison, Iowa
 to Father D(aniel) E. Hudson, C.S.C.: Notre Dame, Indiana

Morrison acknowledges receipt of the two books and the letter from (Jobson Emilien) Paradis. The binding which Hudson chose is artistic. He asks to be remembered to (William P.?) Coyne and Professor (Maurice Francis) Egan.

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1890 Jul.1
Tiernan, F(rances) C.: Salisbury, N(orth) C(arolina)
 to Father D(aniel) E. Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Her husband had to come into the States on business and she decided to come with him. They will return to Mexico where she left her aunt in a few weeks. She thanks Hudson for sending the fifty dollars to her aunt, Mrs. Hairston. Tiernan asks for as much money as Hudson thinks "Carmela" is worth.

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1890 Jul.2
Donnelly, Jos(eph) A.: Atlantic City, N(ew) J(ersey)
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Donnelly sends a subscription to the Ave Maria for Mrs. Donnelly. He offers to send extracts from his reading for the Ave Maria. Donnelly submits an extract from Mary Howitt.

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1890 July 2
(Rhodius), George: (Chicago, Illinois ?)
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

His mother writes that Edwards has not yet been to Indianapolis. He wants Edwards to try to talk her into going to Waukesha for a few weeks. George intends to stay here.

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1890 Jul. 2
Whalen, J. B.: Leadville, Colo(rado)
 to Henry F. Brownson: (Detroit, Michigan)

Whalen asks for three copies of Brownson's book, "The Religion of Ancient Craft Masonry". He does not know the cost but will remit by return mail.

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1890 July 2
Wood, S. F.: Chicago, (Illinois)
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

In case Edwards notices anything faulty in the Bishop (Francis) Jannssen's portrait, he would be glad if Edwards would advise Paul (Wood) by letter so that he may guard against such faults. Paul can do good work if he pleases. A word from Edwards will go a long way to set Paul right, as he respects Edwards' knowledge of art.

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1890 Jul.3
Brownson, H(enry) F.: Detroit, Michigan
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Brownson will be glad to have "Columbus" boomed by the Ave Maria. He hopes Hudson will announce the translation whenever he sees fit. The volume will be 700 to 800 pages long and he believes it will retail at $1.50.

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1890 Jul.3
S(toddard), C(harles) W(arren): New York, (New York)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Stoddard is the guest of Clay Green and his wife. (Theodore F.) Dwight lugged him to the Players, where Stoddard chatted with Edwin Booth. Reginald Birch is waiting to take him to his resort on Long Island. Tomorrow the Greens and Stoddard go to the country home of Mrs. Mackee Rankin. Dwight has gone on to make the Old House ready. The Bishop (John Joseph Keane) is doing well; he was in chapel and walking up and down the corridor.

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1890 Jul. 4
Byrns, William F.: Washington, D. C.
 to William J. Onahan: (Chicago, Illinois)

Byrns acknowledges receipt of the "Proceedings of the Catholic Congress," and explains that due to the death of his father he was unable to write earlier.

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1890 Jul. 4
Durward, B. I.: Alloa Col(ony) Co(unty), Wis(consin)
 to (Henry F. Brownson): (Detroit, Michigan)

If Brownson received his copy of "Cristoforo Colombo" he will held Durward—as his printers are not yet paid—by sending him $l. He would much rather present a copy to the son of Dr. (Orestes A.) Brownson whom he had the honor of bringing to Milwaukee to lecture long ago, but he does not like to die in debt. He is receiving letters of praise and blame in about equal quantities, and he may, if allowed time—he is in his 74th year—print the strongest remarks for and against, along with a new list of subscribers added to these here. (The letter is written on a printed list of subscribers, to which other names are added in handwriting).

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1890 Jul.4
Dutton, (Ira B.) Joseph: Kalawao, (Molokai, Hawaiian Islands)
 to (Elizabeth Harper): (Brooklyn, New York)

Certain papers have stated that Protestant ministers came to Molokai before Father (Joseph) Damien (De Veuster, SS.CC.) and made the same sacrifice that he did. Probably these were among native Protestants, who were lepers, some of whom preached occasionally before De Veuster came. Of late years there has usually been someone to hold meetings for the Protestants. They were always native Hawaiians and no white Protestant ministers ever resided at the settlement. One native preacher, who came after De Veuster's arrival, has been specially mentioned. This was Hanaloa, whose wife was sent to the settlement as a leper. The wife died in 1887 at twenty-nine. He remarried and died in 1890 at eighty-four years of age, apparently a non-leper. Hanaloa was a quiet and good old man. Dutton knew him well and was friendly with him. Hanaloa did not seem to consider himself as being in a position different from that of other natives in the settlement. The natives do not fear the disease and consider it a privilege to be allowed to remain with their leper friends. The purpose of the above is to show the reasons for Hanaloa's coming to the settlement. Dutton esteemed him highly and considered him a friend. This report has been written at the suggestion of Father Wendelin (Moellers, SS.CC.), who came to Dutton yesterday with a statement he had prepared after seeing in the Catholic Review an from the New York Sun about Hanaloa. Moellers asked Dutton to send his statement to the Review, but Dutton told him he did not think it best to publish anything. It then occurred to Dutton that perhaps the editor of the Review might like to make an editorial note of the facts. He has made the memorandum for the editor to use if he likes. Dutton suggests that Harper might send a copy of it to Hudson, besides getting it to the Review.

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1890 Jul.5

American and Foreign Electrotype Agency New York, (New York)
 to Father (Daniel E.) C. S.(!) Hudson, (C.S.C.): Notre Dame, Indiana

Cuts can be supplied in any desirable size. There is a one and one half per cent discount for cash.

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1890 Jul. 5
Hudson, C.S.C., Father Daniel E.: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)
 to (Henry F. Brownson): (Detroit, Michigan)

Hudson will be happy to announce the work more than once and thanks Brownson for the information. He wants to accentuate the value of this life on account of being recent, scholarly and Catholic. If he had not been so busy this week preparing the contents of the volume of the Ave Maria, he would have written an announcement of the book. He will jog Father (Thomas E.) Walsh's memory about the photographs, although he hates to nag persons like him—there is so little satisfaction in it. Books as a rule are too dear.

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1890 Jul.5
Onahan, W(illiam) J.: Chicago, (Illinois)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Onahan sends an article for the Ave Maria. If Hudson can not use it he may turn it over to Father (John) O'Connell for publication in the Scholastic. Onahan fears he offended Mr. and Mrs. (Maurice Francis) Egan by failing to call during his last visit to Notre Dame. He hoped to see (William P.?) Coyne before this.

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1890 Jul.5
Ten Broeck, R.S.H., Sister E(lizabeth): (Torresdale, Pennsylvania)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Young Catholics do not enjoy Catholic literature because it illustrates dogma and doctrine which they never doubt. She sends a sketch entitled "Rose of Lima". She laughed at the non-success of the index of the Catholic World, for in the January issue it contained an uncalled for hit at Sacre Coeur. She was expecting Hudson would have a summary of Bishop (John L.) Spalding's address to the Marianite Sisters of the Holy Cross at Notre Dame. The (Philadelphia) Ledger finds his Sap. an advocate of "Woman's Rights". Ten Broeck was amazed at his remarks in the Atlantic, but ought not to have been on the whole. His two spiritual daughters do not seem to walk very smoothly, between princes and protestants. She hears so much on the Education Question that she is lost in a maze. Ten Broeck hopes (Maurice Francis) Egan will give them a healthful dose on that subject again; Father (John) Talbot (Smith) is lowering his tone a little. The Sisters of St. Joseph at Chestnut Hill had a much admired discussion by their graduates on "College versus Convent".

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1890 Jul.6
Maes, Camillus P(aul), Bishop of: Covington, K(entuck)y
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

When settled down again he will hunt up a copy of the Pole manuscript for the Ave Maria.

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1890 July 7
(Monarch), Lamar (V.): (Owensboro, Kentucky)
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

He has been too sick to answer Edwards' letter. The family may go to Colorado for vacation. He has heard nothing of Notre Dame since he reached home.

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1890 July 7
(Rhodius), George: (Chicago, Illinois)
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

George would advise his mother that $25,000 is a good amount for the Sentinel Building, but in some future time she will be obliged to pay more for it. He advises her to buy. Mrs. Brown cannot understand why Edwards does not come. George will go to New York with Edwards and return west provided the stay east will not be less than four weeks.

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(18)90 Jul.7
Seton, W(illiam): Paris, (France)
 to Monsignor Robert (Seton: Jersey City Heights, New Jersey)

On their return from Pau they found Robert's long letter of June 5. They went daily to their mother's (Emily Prime Seton) grave. They met Father Green, an Irish priest who knew Robert in Rome. Dr. Smythe is buried quite near their mother; so is Reverend Buscorlet. W(illiam) visited Ex-Professor Lespys who has made a name by his Bearnais Grammar and Dictionary; he is now 74. He asked about Emily (Seton) to whom he taught Latin. Mr. Sanstort, a teacher at the Lycee is dead; so is Abbé Merle, the chaplain. They passed an interesting day at Lourdes. W(illiam) means to try to persuade Sally to go to England soon. How is Sands? W(illiam) never hears of the Navarros. Tom and Bel never writes. They were glad to hear Jack (John Foster Seton) had done well in elocution. They return next spring. W(illiam) is writing a paper on language.

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1890 Jul.7
Tuohy, M( ) A., Mrs.: Folsom, O(hio)
 to (Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Tuohy submits an article for the Ave Maria.

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1890 Jul.8
Gillespie, J( ) J.: Houston, Texas
 to (Austin E. Ford): N(ew) Y(ork, New York)

The enclosed P(ost) O(ffice) order for $7.50 is to pay for subscriptions to the Freeman's Journal for Gillespie, Pat Shovlin, and Miss B. Shovlin. James Dooley, an old club mate, is in bad health and is to spend his last days with relatives in (New York) City.

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1890 July 8
Wood, S(amuel) F.: Chicago, Ill(inois)
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: Indianapolis, Ind(iana)

He and his wife both told Paul that the Archbishop's head was too large, but he insisted they are not posted in such matters. Wood will urge him to make another.

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1890 Jul.9
Dutton, (Ira B.) Joseph: Kalawao, (Molokai, Sandwich Islands)
 to (Elizabeth) Harper: (Brooklyn, New York)

(The above) came from Father Wendelin after Dutton had made a memorandum. The "Review" and Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, C.S.C. can use what they desire.

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1890 May17
(Moellers, SS.CC., Father Wendelin): (Kalawao, Molokai)
 to (Ira B. Dutton): (Kalawao, Molokai)

Quotation from the (New York) Sun: In the eulogies of Father (Joseph) Damien (De Veuster) but passing reference is made to Protestant clergy. Robert Louis Stevenson has made more than slightest possible reference to the Protestant clergy in Hawaii. When Damien arrived on March 19th, 1864; the leper settlement was started January 6, 1866, but it is stated that the Protestant clergy were in leper settlement before Damien. Reverend W. C. Merrit of Honolulu, addressing a Congregational Club in San Francisco, stated that the Protestants having a native ministry, do not need to send a white missionary to Molokai. The New York Herald says the first missionary to make his home among the Sandwich Island lepers was the Reverend T. Hanaloa, whose wife was afflicted with leprosy. Wendelin quotes the Hawaiian Evangelical Association to the effect that Hawaiians refuse to separate their lepers from them. (Dates on the birth and death of Hanaloa and his wife are given.)

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1890 Jul.9
Field, Arthur L.: Detroit, (Michigan)
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Field submits an article.

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1890 Jul.9
Heuser, Father H(ermann) J.: Overbrook, P(ennsylvani)a
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Heuser sends Hudson the first two volumes of the American Ecclesiastical Review in recognition of his courtesies.

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1890 Jul.9
Parsons, Father Reuben: Longue Pointe, Que(bec)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Parsons thanks Hudson for the Mass intentions. Regarding the Ave Maria's change of type, Parsons thinks the old style preferable. (Hudson writes in the margin): "No wonder I am stubborn for I always have to regret it when I go against my judgment."

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1890 Jul.11
Dale, W( ) P.: Buckfastleigh, Devon, England
 to (Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

"A Visit to Ars" is sent to Hudson for the Ave Maria. Dale offers to send a photograph of the cure's room.

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