Letter from Fr. J. W. Cotter to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Fr. J.W. Cotter, St. Comgall's Presbytery, County Antrim, to Hagan. Asking for advice concerning the cost and practicality of hiring an Italian artist for a painting to decorate his church, on the theme of the Ascension. Some comments on the church, and the historic riches of the district. Few churches are decorated in good taste - 'house painting and stencilling [are] the prevailing custom'. Adding sketch with the proposed dimensions. Also stating that he has had two curates who had studied at the Irish College, Fr. John [Harson] and Fr. James Connolly; particularly the latter was a distinguished priest. Inviting him to Antrim � one of the 'beauty spots of Ireland and one of the most historic. It also possesses charming golf links'.
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