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Fratres in Unum newsletters

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: ADN 0057
Overview Quarterly priest publication by priests within the Archdiocese of Newark.

Fuligni family correspondence collection

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 0100
Abstract The Fuligni family correspondence collection dates from 1937 to 1948 and contains correspondence between members of the Fuligni family living in Rome and Rutherford, NJ. The collection documents the mood in Italy in the time just prior to World War II and offers a unique window into the everyday lives and struggles of Italian immigrants in the United States.

Fulton J. Sheen letters to Edith Grissing regarding contributions to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 0059
Overview Fulton J. Sheen was a popular radio and television host of the Catholic Hour and Life is Worth Living, is considered the first televangelist, and was the director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith from 1958-1966. The Society of the Propagation of the Faith supports the missions of the Catholic Church around the world. Edith C. Grissing of Montclair, NJ, made substantial contributions to the Society from at least 1957-1970. The Fulton J. Sheen letters to Edith Grissing regarding...

George A. Clyde papers

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Identifier: ADN 0004-022
Overview George A. Clyde was a priest of the Archdiocese of Newark who served in several parishes. The George A. Clyde papers include homilies, sermons, and other writings of George Clyde from his time as a parish priest.

George Shea papers

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Identifier: ADN 0004-001
Overview Rev. Monsignor. George W. Shea was born on 27 December 1910 in Newark, New Jersey, and attended Seton Hall University. He was ordained on 29 March 1936, became a Navy chaplain during World War II, and was a Peritus (expert) of the Second Vatican Council, attending all four sessions. He died on 8 July 1990 in Orange, New Jersey. This collection covers the professional areas of Monsignor George W. Shea's life. Research topics with great significance are centered on the Second Vatican Council,...

Giovanni Pinto papers, 1962-2008 (Bulk:1974-1997)

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Identifier: Mss 0123
Overview This collection consists of materials documenting the activities of Giovanni Pinto, a journalist, teacher, and advocate for the New Jersey Italian-American community. It contains subject files and printing layouts from Mr. Pinto’s work on his newspaper, L’Italico: the Italian-American Times News, as well as his involvement with VITA, an Italian teaching organization he founded. In addition, business cards, postcards, and commemorative books and booklets reflect his involvement with the...

Handbill from the Newark Vietnam Work-In Committee, undated

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Identifier: Mss 0113
Scope and Contents This single-item collection consists of a handbill from the Newark Vietnam Work-In Committee. The undated handbill was likely printed in the summer of 1967. It is addressed “Dear Friend” and opens with a description of the challenges facing the activists in the Black Liberation movement in Newark. It also contains warnings against potential riots as well as attempts to pit white workers against black workers. The handbill introduces the concept of the Work-In, which was an effort to send...

Herbert Kraft manuscript and book leaves

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Identifier: Mss 0029
Overview Herbert Clemens Kraft (1927–2000) was a Professor Emeritus of anthropology at Seton Hall University, director of the Museum of Archeology at Seton Hall and the world's foremost expert on the Lenape Indians. The Herbert Kraft manuscripts consist primarily of pages from various books and manuscripts dating from 793 AD to the early twentieth century.

Herbert Kraft Papers

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Identifier: SHU-0075
Scope and Contents This collection primarily consists of materials that Dr. Herbert Kraft used in his tenure as a professor of Anthropology and Archaeology, director of the Seton Hall University Museum of Archaeology, and in his active work in the fields of anthropology and archaeology.

Higginson Poetry collection, undated

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Identifier: Mss 0112
Overview The Higginson poetry collection consists of poetry chapbooks collected by William J. Higginson, a poet, author, translator, and editor who founded From Here Press in Paterson, New Jersey.

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The Monsignor Field Archives & Special Collection Center 174
The Peter Rodino, Jr. Law Library 1
 
Subject
Catholic Church -- History -- 20th century. 13
Catholics -- Newark (N.J.) -- History 13
Seton Hall University -- History. 12
Photographs. 10
Catholic universities and colleges. 9
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Letters. 9
Seton Hall University -- Faculty. 9
Seton Hall University -- Students. 7
Antisemitism -- Research. 5
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 5
Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity. 5
Women in the Catholic Church -- New Jersey. 5
Catholic Church -- Societies, etc. 4
Catholic schools. 4
Catholics -- United States -- History. 4
Church property -- New Jersey. 4
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Research. 4
Italian American Catholics -- New Jersey 4
New Jersey—Politics and government—1951- 4
Women volunteers in social service. 4
African American Catholics. 3
Canonization -- History -- 20th century. 3
Catholic Action. 3
Catholic Church -- Charities. 3
Catholic Church -- Sermons. 3
Church growth -- Catholic Church. 3
Correspondence 3
Italian Americans -- New Jersey. 3
Medical colleges -- New Jersey. 3
Monasticism and religious orders for women -- New Jersey -- History. 3
Newark (N.J.) 3
Seton Hall University -- Alumni and alumnae. 3
Seton Hall University -- Officials and employees. 3
Abortion -- Government policy -- New Jersey. 2
Abortion -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church. 2
Audiotapes. 2
Birth control—Religious aspects—Catholic Church. 2
Business students -- New Jersey. 2
Catholic Church -- History -- 19th century. 2
Catholic institutions -- Buildings. 2
Christian saints -- United States -- History. 2
Christianity and other religions. 2
Clippings 2
Communism 2
Councils and synods, Ecumenical. 2
Councils and synods, Episcopal (Catholic) -- New Jersey. 2
Diaries. 2
Dominican sisters -- New Jersey -- History. 2
Ecumenical movement -- Congresses. 2
Ecumenical movement -- New Jersey. 2
Friuli Earthquake, Italy, 1976. 2
German American Catholics -- New Jersey. 2
Governors -- Election. 2
Holy Name, Devotion to. 2
Ireland -- Description and travel. 2
Ireland -- History -- 1837-1901. 2
Italian American newspapers 2
Italian Americans. 2
Jersey City (N.J.) -- History. 2
Judaism -- Europe -- History -- 20th century. 2
Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint, and the church 2
New Jersey -- History -- 1775-1865. 2
Ordination -- Catholic Church. 2
Pamphlets. 2
Political campaigns -- New Jersey. 2
Prayer books. 2
Pro-life movement -- New Jersey. 2
Scrapbooks. 2
Sound recordings. 2
Speeches. 2
Teachers -- Training of -- New Jersey. 2
Theology—Study and teaching—Catholic Church. 2
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. 2
Video tapes. 2
World War, 1939-1945. 2
Account books. 1
Afghanistan—History—Soviet occupation, 1979-1989. 1
Africa, Southern -- Politics and government 1
African American -- Study and teaching -- New Jersey. 1
African American college students 1
African American educators 1
Appointment books. 1
Arab-Israeli conflict. 1
Archdiocese of Newark 1
Arkansas—History—Civil War, 1861-1865. 1
Artists -- New Jersey. 1
Asia -- Study and teaching -- New Jersey. 1
Beatification. 1
Benedictine monasteries -- New Jersey. 1
Benedictine nuns -- New Jersey. 1
Bishop 1
Business records. 1
Business schools -- Accreditation. 1
Campaign funds -- New Jersey. 1
Catholic Church -- Dioceses -- Paraguay. 1
Catholic Church -- Liturgy. 1
Catholic Church -- Missions -- Societies, etc. 1
Catholic church buildings -- New Jersey. 1
Catholic youth -- New Jersey. 1
Catholics, Greek -- New Jersey. 1
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