University of Notre Dame


1906 Sept.
N( ), V( ) N.: Limerick, (Ireland)
 to J(ames) (F.) Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana

No message; picture of Shakespeare's House, Stratford-on-Avon.

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1906 Sep. 3
Frawley, Henry: Chicago, (Illinois)
 to Willi(am Frawley): (Notre Dame, Indiana

He hopes Willie reached the school all right from South Bend. If his tooth aches Willie is to tell Professor (James F.) Edwards and he will attend to it. He gives him a list of things to remember on how to conduct and take care of himself.

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1906 Sept. 3
Seton, Archbishop Rob(er)t: Leon, (Spain)
 to (James F.) Edwards: Notre Dame, (Indiana)

It is quite some time since Edwards has heard from him. He relates his travels. He sent a telegram to the Pope on the Anniversary of his Coronation. People have written to him congratulating him on having been named a Canon in Rome. Although some say his patron Cardinal (James) Gibbons wrote to the Pope in this matter, he has heard no favorable news about it. Unfortunately, he is supposed to be enormously rich because he tries to look like a gentleman. He uses all income and makes more out of life than so many of his wealthier clerical friends. He is not so easy to please in associates. He often wishes he had a companion to share his thoughts.

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1906 Sep. 4
Emery, (I.C.), Father A(ugustine): Rugby, (England)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

The editors of the new Catholic Encyclopaedia have applied for articles on the Order of Charity, and persons and institutions connected with the same. It is painful to think of the storms that have raged around their founder Father (Antonio) Rosmini-(Serbati). Emery cannot call any one to mind who could do justice to it; he asks Hudson if he is in a position to help him with information. So far they have not communicated with the editors from England. Emery thinks Father (Joseph) Costa has done little more than obtain the booklet of extracts.

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1906 Sept. 4
Seton, Archbishop Robert: Leon, (Spain)
 to (James F.) Edwards: Notre Dame, (Indiana)

His letter yesterday was so short and contained so little of his travels that he writes again. He picked up a paper and saw a far too complimentary description of himself. He relates experiences at Vittoria. He went to Axpeitia or rather Loyola, this side of the village. He is going to Valencia in October. He travels with a portable altar and says Mass in his room. He bought it from Bishop Tavani, Apostolic Delegate to Ecuador a couple of years ago. He presumes Edwards would like the Altar and his chalice and vestments when he is dead and gone, for Memorial Hall. He came down to Palencia; he relates his experiences at the cathedral there. He names other places where he will go. When asked whence he comes, he says New York. The learned Archivist took him to see his manuscript treasures that go back a thousand years.

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1906 Sept. 7
Melady, E(ugene) P.: South Omaha, Neb(raska)
 to Ja(me)s F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana

This will introduce to Edwards Mr. Henry Frawley and sons, Henry J. and Willi(am) G., of Deadwood, South Dakota. If Mr. Frawley leaves his sons at Notre Dame, he trusts Edwards will use his influence to see that the best possible arrangements are made for them.

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1906 Sep. 12
McQuaid, Bishop B(ernard) J(oseph): Rochester, N(ew) Y(ork)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Archbishop (Patrick William) Riordan agrees with McQuaid's stand on the attendance of Catholic boys at non-Catholic universities. Riordan wishes to do something to protect his boys at the California State University. Riordan will be in Rochester toward the end of the month. McQuaid has not yet written to Cardinal Gotti. St. Bernard's opened Sunday, and has 153 registered students including the two Filipinos to be sent by Monsignor Agius. McQuaid took five from Bishop Alerding. When the new building is ready in 1908 McQuaid will increase the free places for the South and the Philippine Islands. McQuaid has not written to Father Morrissey on his promotion. Bishop Hickey is up to his eyes with work with Cathedral High School.

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1906 Sept. 13
Amiet, Werner: Chicago, (Illinois)
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

They arrived home last Saturday. (George) Rhodius was nervous and wished to leave at once. Mrs. (Marie) Rhodius was taken from the chapel and put into her final resting place. George lost the ring in New York that he received from that monster. He did not look hard for it.

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1906 Sept. 16
(Foley), Byrd: Chicago, Ill(inois)
 to (James F.) Edwards: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

She doesn't think it a bit kind of Edwards to forget his friends. She was East for about five weeks with Mrs. Sunderland who spends every summer down at Osterville on Cape Cod. She hopes he is feeling well and asks him to write.

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1906 Sep. 16
Micholitz, W( ): Singapore, Straits Settlements
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, (C.S.C.): Notre Dame, Indiana

Micholitz has a few remarks about something which appeared in the May Ave Maria, in which Hudson spoke about the ignorance prevailing in the United States about the American Colonies. Micholitz regrets to say that even the Ave Maria sometimes brings articles out on the Philippines which show a want of knowledge. For example, the long article on the Philippines exhibit at the St. Louis exhibition, and another article which appeared in the same number of the Ave Maria. Micholitz knows personally all the persons concerned to illustrate what he says.

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1906 Sept. 20
Amiet, Werner: Buffalo, N(ew) Y(ork)
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

Edwards' letters received in Chicago, G(eorge) R(hodius) did not want to go to N.D. but he wanted to see Edwards. They go to New York tomorrow. A trip to Europe would be the best for George. He tries to be nice to George to get some sunshine in his unfortunate existence. Edwards should omit "devotedly" when he writes — submission is not necessary.

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1906 Sep. 20
Bearne, S.J., Father David: Wimbledon, (England)
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Bearne is sending a portion of a new volume that will be published next autumn. The book will contain five or six complete stories. "That Lad at Wynch's" is a fair specimen of the whole.

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1906 Sep. 20
Camm, O.S.B., Father Bede: Birmingham, (England)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Camm is preparing a book, "Pilgrimages to Unknown Shrines", and would be very happy to let Hudson have some of the manuscript to appear first in the Ave Maria. He will send two of the articles and Hudson can judge for himself.

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1906 Sep. 21

Barnston Tea Co(mpany) New York, (New York)
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

Receipt for 1 dozen Novitiate Jesuit Altar Wine.

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1906 Sept. 21
(Carroll), Fran(cis E.) and (Alice): Boston, Mass(achusetts)
 to (James F. Edwards): Notre Dame, Indiana

All Edwards' letters and postals came to hand. He is sending two boxes, one of miscellaneous articles and some other little things he wished to send Edwards. He has just received two swords of swordfishes that he will also send. Edwards should pardon his long winded letter of detail. Alice sends the cards of meetings.

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1906 Sept. 22
Seton, Archbishop Robert: Auila, (Spain)
 to (James F.) Edwards: Notre Dame, (Indiana)

He'll be busy sightseeing in Spain so this may be the last letter for a long time. He hopes Auila will remain a city of Saints, Churches and Convents. If Edwards wants to hear more of his impressions of Spain he must apply to two sisters in St. Joseph's Jersey City to whom he wrote. Father P.W. Smith has also some long letters of his. People say he talks so well; it is singular. His uncle could write better than he could talk. He describes what he saw upon entering a street in Rome 1857. He is leaving for Madrid that afternoon. He gives details of his actions in Auila. Edwards knows of course, that the Archbishop of Valladolia was formerly the Archbishop of Santiago in Cuba at the time of the surrender to the Americans. He went to see the Bishop Auila; he details the meeting

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1906 Sep. 22
Tiernan, F(rances) C(hristine Fisher): Salisbury, N(orth) C(arolina)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

She is sending the corrected pages of "Vera's Charge". The first half she thinks Hudson has already received from Herder. She thanks Hudson for sending the Madras paper with its quotation. She is flattered by the kindness with which the story has been received in many far away quarters. Hudson will observe that she has cut out the allusion to a writer, easily identified as "Mrs. Craigie", which seems, in bad taste after his recent death.

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1906 Sept. 23
Kelly, D.V.: San Francisco, Calif(ornia)
 to Mr. B. Johns: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

He noticed Johns' ads in the "Ave Maria" and wishes to know if he has a good copy of the English translation of the Roman Breviary. If he has or can get it for Kelly he would thank him to hold it for the reception of Kelly's check.

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1906 Sep. 25
S(toddard), C(harles) W(arren): Congress Springs, (California)
 to (Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Stoddard went to the top of Mt. Hamilton and that night had a case of heart failure. Stoddard has but one more "Sunset" paper; and his best Mission works cannot be done under contract. He is amazed at the number of letters he receives from the readers of the "National". Stoddard will probably be there another month.

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1906 Sep. 26
Monaghan, J. C.: W(ashington), D. C.
 to (James F.) Edwards: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

He has gone to work on the Times, will get the information and give it to Edwards. He will send it in Edwards' name to save time. He enjoyed his visit to Notre Dame and thanks Edwards for all the kind words. As soon as he has the facts, he will send them.

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1906 Sept. 27
(Amiet), Werner: New York, (new York)
 to (James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Indiana)

Edwards' letter received. Edwards will soon receive one of (George Rhodius)'s new pictures. It seems to him that George is getting better. He will be happy to receive instructions from Edwards concerning his welfare. The doctor gave George a static test; he will let Edwards know the result.

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1906 Sep. 27
Frawley, Henry: Deadwood, South Dakota
 to W(illiam) G. Frawley: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

He received Willie's letters. He tells of his trip home and arrival at his office. He gives the news of the farm. He hopes William is making the acquaintance of the boys, the nice ones. He tells of the persons he met and gives William a list of instructions. Mother is pleased with the gift.

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1906 Sept. 27
Kelly, Daniel T.: Cambridge, (Massachusetts)
 to (James F.) Edwards: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

He wants to thank Edwards for his kindness to him during his pleasant visit at Notre Dame. Harvard (University) opens today. He lists the classes he is taking. He saw Bob Sweeney; married life undoubtedly agrees with him. His sister, Helen, at St. Mary's would be glad to see Edwards.

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1906 Sept. 29
Frawley, Henry: Deadwood, South Dakota
 to James F. Edwards: Notre Dame, Ind(iana)

He arrived home last Tuesday and was in hopes of receiving a letter from Edwards of the students who attended Notre Dame living in Montana. He discusses the plan, as he did with Mr. (Eugene) Melady. He consigns to Edwards and Notre Dame the destiny of his sons.

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