Letter from Hagan to Archbishop Glennon
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript (copy) letter from (Hagan) to Archbishop [Glennon of St. Louis, United States of America]. Expressing his deep gratitude for his conveyance of the sum sent by him from the Ancient Order of Hibernians (27 August). Describing the motivation of Cardinal O'Donnell in appealing to the Order; praising how the latter confirmed his good hopes in their generous action. Promising that the Order's contribution will be given a permanent record in the College. Describing the new building as 'an object of admiration and pride to every visitor to Rome bearing an Irish name' and a structure 'unsurpassed by any other ecclesiastical college in the city', grandly standing out in bold relief beside St. John Lateran.
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The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)
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