1842-1956 (bulk 1842-1877).Origination : All Hallows College (Dublin, Ireland).
Microfilm made by the National Library of Ireland.
All Hallows College (Dublin, Ireland) Records (AHC), University of Notre Dame Archives (UNDA), Notre Dame, IN 46556
Photostats, typewritten transcipts, and microfilm copies of original correspondence and reports of All Hallows College, Dublin, Ireland. Two reels of microfilm contains American missionary correspondence, 1842-1877, in part from members of the American hierarchy, to members and officers of All Hallows, including Bartholomew Woodlock, Daniel Moriarty, and Thomas Bennet (Provincial of the Carmelites).
The third reel contains a calendar of the college's correspondence with bishops around the world during this period. Compiled by Patrick F. Murray as a master's thesis in 1956, it includes but is not limited to the letters in the first two reels. There are also photostats of letters to Father Woodlock, 1858-1873, and photostats of correspondence from the Diocese of Hartford, 1844-1847.
In English and French.
All Hallows College was established in 1842 by John Hand to train young men to work in foreign missions, especially among the Irish and other English-speaking emigrants. In 1892 the college came under the control of the Vincentian Fathers.