University of Notre Dame


1905 July 1
H(uffer), Leo: (Paris, France)
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: (Milan, Italy)

He received Edwards' welcome card from Milan. They decided to spend July at their old villa in Houlgate. They are going up there today. He will just visit during the weekends. Edwards is welcome any time.

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1905 July 3
Fairhurst, Ja(me)s: London, (England)
 to (James F.) Edwards: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Edwards' postcard arrived this morning. He is glad Edwards remembered both May and him in Rome. His old friend Monsignor Nugent died last week but he was unable to get down to Liverpool for the burial on Friday. He asks Edwards for an address.

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1905 Jul. 4
S(toddard), C(harles) W(arren): San Jose, Cal(ifornia)
 to (Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

The Syrian's letter is fascinating. He is on his way to Monterey to get the sea air. He is staying at San Jose for a couple of weeks. He can't possibly live in San Francisco because of the weather. He is at the O'Connor Home and Stoddard's experiences here will make a third addition to his "Hospitals."

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1905 July 6
Kleber O.S.B., Father Albert M.: St. Meinrad, Ind(iana)
 to Librarian: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

He has been informed by the public library commission that Edwards has his library arranged according to the decimal classification of Dewey. He asks how Edwards suits the system to a Catholic library, expecially in philosophy and theology and their branches. He asks for a catalogue of the library.

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1905 July 6
Straniero, Msgr. G(ermano): Rome, Italy
 to (James F.) Edwards:

He will probably be in Rome for the coming 10 days. A letter addressed to his present address will reach him where ever he will be. He thinks he could do as Edwards says about the photographs. If he had the names of the brothers and sisters, he could easily mail the blessings.

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1905 July 8
Nardecchi, Atilio: Rome, (Italy)
 to (James F.) Edwards: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Receipt for payment of bill for books bought by Edwards.

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1905 July 8
Honore, Maurice F.C.: Versailes, France
 to (James F.) Edwards:

He thanks Edwards for the visit and letter. He believes that Freddy would be rightly with Edwards to learn the life's American meaning. He wishes to visit the Far West and the University next year with Abbe Klein. Freddy will not fail, August 20th, to say a little prayer for his voyage.

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1905 July 10
Klein, Felix: Bellevue, (France)
 to (James F. Edwards):

He regrets having missed Edwards' visit. He is going to Fontainebleau for 10 days and he asks Edwards to tell him when he is coming. He has fond memories of their meeting in Indiana.

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1905 July 10
Wolter, P.: Chicago, (Illinois)
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana

Perhaps Edwards would now like to procure a new edition of a formerly scarce book, and if so they will be glad to receive his order.

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1905 July 13
Berlin, (Germany)
 to J(ames) F. (Edwards:

He is postively glad to hear from Edwards again. He sends an exact copy of his route. The towns, dates and hotels through Europe are listed.

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1905 July 13
(Rhodius, George: Berlin, Germany)
 to Mrs. M(arie) Rhodius: Indianapolis, Ind(iana)

Picture of Charlottenburg mausoleum.

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1905 July 13
St(uer), Father Ch(arles) L.: Mishawaka, Ind(iana)
 to Father (Stanislaus F.) Fitte, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Father Schryver, S.J., of Chicago is coming to St. Bavo's to preach Sunday. He invites Fitte and asks Fitte to invite Father (August) Goupille (C.S.C.) (Note: Attached is a clipping of a newspaper announcing the administrative changes at Notre Dame.)

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1905 Jul. 14
Morrow, Prince A(lbert): New York, (New York)
 to (Ira B.) Joseph Dutton: Molokai, Hawaiian Islands

Morrow's time has been taken up this spring endeavoring to launch the Society of Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis. He has found it difficult to enlist the cooperation of the clergy, with the notable exception of the Catholic clergy. (In pencil) Father Wynne is. Also the Archbishop has promised to help. The Protestants hold aloof. He is sending Dutton reprints under separate cover to be followed by another as soon as published. Morrow was much interested in the memorandum sent to him. He has seen a number of cases in which (leprosy) was spontaneously arrested and finally disappeared. He refers Dutton to his article in January, 1890, issue of the "Journal of Cutaneous Diseases." He asks Dutton for a report of any similar cases of this nature which Dutton has found. He believes that like TB leprosy can be cured. He strives to reform the gross abuses which characterise the treatment of lepers by health authorities. He will write to Dr. Day.

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1905 July 16
Aloysius, (C.S.C.), Sister M.: Notre Dame, (Indiana)
 to (James F. Edwards:

She received all the postals and thanks him for the blessing. They have had startling changes. Father (Andrew) Morrissey, (C.S.C.) is succeeded by Father (John W.) Cavanaugh, (C.S.C) with Father (Thomas) Crumley, (C.S.C.) vice-president; Father (William A.) Mooney C.S.C.) director of studies; Father (James J.) French C.S.C. President at Cincinnati. Father (Timothy) Murphy (C.S.C.) has Sorin Hall, Brother Emmanuel, (C.S.C.) goes to Portland. Morrissey gets a year's vacation and goes to Europe and the Holy Land and returns to Portland. Father (Michael) Quinlan offered him his place and they offered him Father (John) Boland's place or a place in Chicago but he preferred Portland. John (G.) Ewing is going to be married and practice law in Chicago. Father (Joseph) Maguire, (C.S.C.) has Father Cavanaugh's place.

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1905 July 16
Seton, Archbishop Robert: (Baden-Baden, Germany)
 to (James F.) Edwards: Houlgate, (France)

He is glad to have a European address of Edwards. He received the inclosed letter from his sister that will explain itself. The inhospitality was an accident. He wishes that Edwards had told him of the horrid invasion and dismantling of his apartment, he should have stayed longer with Edwards. He thought he told Edwards of the apartment he engaged. His other rooms were too small for his good man Giuseppe who took a wife when he was on vacation and already has an infant. He asks Edwards to find out something about Thomas Augustine Dwyer who was often in his rooms. He tellls Edwards of his recent movements. He knows his friends in America will not let him stay only a few days. He never knew so many people cared so much for him.

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1905 Jul. 17
Ball, Father (J.): Ars, (France)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

He has just recovered from a long sickness. He is sending Hudson a precious relic of the Cure of Ars along with the episcopal testimony. He sends his regards to Hudson's secretary, L(ouis J.) L'Etourneau.

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1905 July 20
Fish, Grace S.: (South Bend, Indiana)
 to (James F. Edwards:

They have enjoyed very much Edwards' cards. She almost envied him and his delightful trip. She is glad he went for pleasure and not health. Mr. Fish is miserable and may have to take a sea voyage. Frederick (Fish) is at home and a big man.

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1905 July 20
Salviati, Francis: Migliarino, (Italy)
 to J(ames) F. Edwards: Paris, France

He thanks Edwards for his postcard. Their tutors beg to be remembered. He thinks Edwards will be pleased to receive this little souvenir of his visit there.

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1905 Jul. 20
S(toddard), C(harles) W(arren): Monterey, Calif(ornia)
 to (Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

The Notre Dame picture post cards are a joy to Stoddard. They remind him of the day he arrived more than 20 years ago. He is sending Hudson a little souvenir from Monterey. On his writing table he has a bronze Lingard. The souvenir is Japanese and commonly known as the wise monkeys.

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1905 July 21
Seton, Archbishop Robert: Baden-Baden, ( Germany)
 to (James F.) Edwards: (Houlgate, France)

He likes to hear of Edwards acquaintances and travels. Edwards will please tell Leo Huffer that if he is ever in Paris again Seton will call on him. He is sorry he forgot to show the store where the photos can be purchased to Edwards. He tells incidents of public decorum in action, in regard to other sects. He gives the places he plans to visit on his trips. his friends in New Jersey are making big preparations for him, he has heard. He has engaged an apartment even though he will not live there until his return from America.

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1905 July 23
Marucchi, Guiseppe: Rome, (Italy)
 to James F. Edwards:

He found after Edwards left Rome that the Cardinal's hat was already forwarded to Edwards. If Edwards wants the other hat of the Cardinal he should return the one he has and Marucchi will forward it. He asks how Edwards liked Rome. Frenquelli is working on the painting.

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1905 Jul. 27
Munro, David A.: New York, (New York)
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

Munro of the North American Review did not know the Ave Maria had been removed from their exchange list. If it has, he will restore it. He has nothing but high regard for Hudson.

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1905 Jul. 27
S(toddard) C(harles) W(arren): Monterey, (California)
 to (Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

He encloses two cards which he hopes Hudson will like. Nights and mornings require a light overcoat.

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1905 July 28
Cherubim, (C.S.C.) Sister M.: St. Mary's, Salt Lake, Utah
 to J(ames) F. Edwards:

She thanks Edwards for his remembrance of her at Westminster and Rome. Had she known he would go to Rome, she would have requested him to call at the Generalate of the Redemptorists to meet some Americans and her uncle. She is sure Msgr. (Germano) Straniero and Cardinal Satolli extended Edwards a warm welcome. She hopes Edwards succeeds in finding Fanny Gregori. No doubt Edwards knows of the changes at Notre Dame and of the death of Mother M. Sabina (C.S.C.) and Sister M. Jerome (C.S.C.) It is happy for them and Mothers Ascension and Lucretia (C.S.C.). She would like to see Edwards.

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1905 July 29
Klein, Felix: Bellevue, (France)
 to (James F.) Edwards:

He looks forward to seeing Edwards again. As he is absent at times, he asks Edwards to notify him when he is coming. They could visit Versailles together.

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1905 July 30
Straniero, G(ermano): Bisceglio, (Italy)
 to (James F.) Edwards:

Edwards' letter with the enclosed money was duly received by him. His only brother was very sick and he had to come to see him; he is better. He read Calabresi Edwards' letter and he must have answered it. He will try to get something for Edwards at St. John Lateran. He told Msgr. Angels about getting something that had belonged to Pope Leo XIII for Edwards.

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1905 Jul. 31
M(annix), M(ary) E.: La Jolla, (California)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

She is sending Chapters 20 and 21 of the "Little Hungarians". They are ending their vacation by the sea at La Jolla. San Diego seems to be bathing in an era of prosperity. The Bennington affair was terrible, but brought out wonderful heroism. Beyond a doubt there was criminal negligence.

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