University of Notre Dame


1920 Dec. 2
Turton, W(illiam) H.(arry): Bristol, England
 to (Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

He thanks Hudson for the clipping from the Ave Maria with the gratifying notice of his "Truth of Christianity." He encloses a Christmas card. The lines are taken from the Protestant Episcopal Hymnal 230.

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1920 Dec. 6
De La Torre-Bueno, J( ) R.: White Plains, N(ew) Y(ork)
 to Father Daniel (E.) Hudson, C.S.C.: Notre Dame, Indiana

Their little boy's injury was so serious his finger had to be amputated. He saw Hudson's comment on Cooper's book and it was well said. He has a couple of magazines of his editing and will send them to Hudson. If Hudson would care to receive the Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society he will be glad to put Hudson's name on the mailing list. (P.S.) He thanks Hudson for thinking of Fabre's works to put him in mind of them.

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1920 Dec. 6
Leslie, Shane: (London, England)
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Leslie is glad Hudson found his Bible study of interest. It has provoked a whole article from Father Kent in the Tablet. Leslie is glad to see such an interchange. Irish matters have reached the stage of private negotiation and English opinion is beginning to turn against the reprisals. The Times has hints of an immediate armistice. The English Labor delegates have gone to Dublin to see Arthur Griffith and Archbishop Mannix has come to London. The check Hudson said was enclosed was abstracted en route. Leslie sends a copy of the Dublin Review; Hudson will find Archbishop (John) Ireland and (Louise Imogen) Guiney well noticed in the January number. Leslie ought to have articles about Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin in order to get some popularity in the States.

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1920 Dec. 8
Handley, Marie Louise: New York, (New York)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Handley thanks Hudson for his letter and the picture. She is sorry Hudson cannot use the entire signature. It seems to fit quite well in the size page he sent her, but she knows she will be delighted with his arrangements. Handley commends his intentions to Mother Bentivoglio who spoke to the end of her life of those two people who gave alms to her voluntarily on the streets of New York. Three of the men Handley has most admired are New Englanders—not one of them is a Catholic.

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1920 Dec. 14
Leslie, Shane Dublin Review: London, (England)
 to Father (John) Talbot Smith: Dobbs Ferry, (New York)

Here (no enclosure) is the proof of Smith's splendid article on Archbishop (John) Ireland which is being looked forward to in both continents. He will correct the proof as much as he can since there is not time for Smith's answer to reach him. (P.S.) He asks Smith to prepare an article on Cardinal (John Farley) of New York. Msgr. Fay and Cardinal G(ibbons) promised one but wrote only one sentence.

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1920 Dec. 18
Gregori, Fannie: Bologna, (Italy)
 to Father (Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Did Hudson receive Fannie's letter announcing the death of Duke Salviati? He died on the 28th of January and she hopes he is with his beloved Scipione.

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1920 Dec. 22
Mary, S.C., Sister: Wenchow, China
 to Father (Daniel E.) Hudson, (C.S.C.): (Notre Dame, Indiana)

She does not know how to thank Hudson for his generous gift. She sends a picture of some of the children and their thank you message. She gives a liberal translation of it. His gift was soon turned into precious grains. Hunger drives the people to desperation. P.S. She sent some photos last month.

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1920 Dec. 28
Vickrey, Charles V.: New York, (New York)
 to Father Daniel E. Hudson, C.S.C.: Notre Dame, Indiana

Vickrey received a clipping which he assumes comes from Hudson about discrimination in the ministration of relief in Syria. They have just heard from their managing director in Constantinople; the incident seems to be clearly the fault of one of their workers and they are at the point of sending the enclosed letter of regret to the Catholic press.

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Vickrey, Charles V.: New York, (New York)

Vickrey encloses (no enclosure) a copy of a letter from Bayard Dodge, managing director at Beirut and a W(illia)m H. Haskell, in charge of their work in Armenia. Vickrey wishes to express their regret that the above incident occurred. Vickrey does not know the Mr. Shehadi referred to.

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