Newtown/Leonardtown (3 of 4)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Land and legal records related to Leonard Hall Properties and School in Leonardtown:Survey and plat (1916) of St. Aloysius church property in Leonardtown; Four letters (1908-1909) from Joseph Hanselman, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (Aug. 14, 1908) from Edward X. Fink S.J.; Letter (Aug. 31, 1908) to Fr. Zwinge from Robert C. Combs; Authority to collect proceeds from sale of land tract called Thornley; Deed [copy (1910)] by the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen to Mount Saint Joseph's College [Baltimore Co.] for Leonard Hall [formerly known as Thornley]; Two letters [carbon copies-June 30, 1909) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., to Father Provincial concerns the Leonardtown School for Day Scholars; Three letters (1910) from L.J. Kelley, S.J., concerns Leonard Hall; Letter (Dec. 15, 1910) from Brother Isidore; Letter (Dec. 15, 1910) from Brother Walter to Brother Isidore complains about delapidated condition of Leonard Hall; Memo (1910) concerns Leonardtown School property; Record of receipts and expenditures for Leonard Hall (1911); Points of Agreement in Regard to Leonard Hall Property; Deed (1868) by Benjamin G. Harris to Loyola College for White Hall; Agreement (1880) between Asa Lawrence and B. Harris Camalier; Deed (1889) by Sally Hobbs to the Corp. RCC; Deed (1913) by Charles E. McKay to James Cardinal Gibbons; Survey and plat (1917) of St. James Chapel lot and school lot; Deed (1916) by William H. Seward to James Cardinal Gibbons.**Former finding aid locations: 119_36_8; 107.5R6-S3**
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Archives of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus (GTM.000119); Box 54; Folder 9;
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Newtown/Leonardtown (4 of 4) Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator; DigitalGeorgetown; Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C. (1900)