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Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Jesuits. Maryland Province. Procurator
Correspondence and other papers: 11 letters (1908-1910)] between J.T. Gardiner, S.J., and Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerns land, building-church property and Society property; Letter (July 9, 1865) from Matthew Easterbrook; Pamphlet for the Easterbrook and Bronson Patent Perfect Willow Peeler (1862); Letter (Dec. 7, 1817) from Robert Fenwicke, S.J., to Robert Cole, S.J.; Toni (Sept. 1833); Note (Aug. 3, 1859) from James Power, S.J.; Excerpt fragment of letter (May, 1853) from John Early, S.J.; Correspondence (1870) between C.C. Lancaster, Fr. Bague and C.C. Magruder concerns note for rent of farm against A. Hopkins; Newsclipping (1904, 1967-68) provides history of old church at White Marsh.**Former finding aid locations: 119_16_1; 53S1-W5**
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