University of Notre Dame


1913 Sep.15
Spalding, Bishop J(ohn) L(ancaster): Peoria, (Illinois)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

The work Hudson is doing appeals to more and more each week. It is the best any priest has done in America.

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1913 Sep.20
Ireland, Archbishop John: St. Paul, (Minnesota)
 to Father Daniel (E.) Hudson, C.S.C.: (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Ireland thanks Hudson for sending him a copy of the "New York Sun." He was pleased that the Sun noticed the discourse, and by so doing gave it its approval. Hudson's notices in the Ave Maria indicate wide reading and serious thinking.

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1913 Sep.23
Tiernan, F(rances) C(hristine Fisher): Salisbury, N(orth) C(arolina)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Tiernan is just out of bed after an attack of bronchitis and asthma. Does Hudson have any place for her in his program for the coming year? The revolution in Mexico has made her completely dependent on her pen. In New York last summer she met Mr. Garrity, president of the Devin Adair Co. He accepted a story of hers called "The Daughter of a Star" and she arranged with him to issue "A Far-Away Princess". She will send Hudson a letter sent to her concerning the latter story.

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1913 Sep.28
Fraser, Mary C(rawford): Sorrento, Italy
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Fraser apologizes for not writing before leaving New York. Their one idea was to get Hughie out to sea at once. "Yesterdays" kept her in Spokane to the last moment. Hughie is so much better. There is sadness in her return. She misses (Francis) Marion (Crawford) so much. Each day she hears of some new thing he did for the poor or for the Church. She is glad Hudson will take a story for a serial.

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1913 Sep.30
Egan, Maurice Francis: Copenhagen, (Denmark)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): Notre Dame, Indiana

The deaths of Mr. O'Brien and Joe McCarrick have shocked him. Egan has begun "The Socialists". The terms are satisfactory. He thinks it will seem very simple after Christian Reids story. Egan met Monsignor (Robert Hugh) Benson in London. Benson is interesting and unpretentious. Egan thinks that some of his books gave people a very mistaken idea of the Catholic Church. Ireland is a delightful country. The riots broke out when he arrived. He missed Mrs. Maynell in London, but found her son Francis a nice boy. London has become too Americanized to suit Egan. Hudson can understand why Egan declined the President's offer of the Viennese Embassy. The Austrian Minister came three times to urge him to accept it. Kathrine sends her love.

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