Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
The Bayley Seton League was founded in 1938 and is recognized as the oldest service organization at Seton Hall University. The Bayley-Seton League records include documents related to the operation of the organization.
This small collection consists of a handwritten letter by French composer, organist, conductor and pianist Camille Saint-Saëns and a photograph portrait of Saint-Saëns. The letter is dated December 22, 1917 and it is unclear to whom it is addressed. The French letter has not yet been translated, therefore the subject matter is presently unknown.
Papers of James Roosevelt Bayley, the first Bishop of Newark, New Jersey.
Joseph Francis was ordained as a priest in 1950 and became the fourth African American Roman Catholic bishop in the country, and the first ordained in the Northeast. Bishop Francis was a pioneering figure in the discussion of race and religion. The materials in this collection span the years between 1934 and 1997, and includes much of Bishop Francis' own writings for his speeches and sermons.
Sister Marie Celeste is a noted author, Sister of Charity, and professor of French Studies at Loyola University. She has written several books on the life of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. The Marie Celeste papers consist of documents pertaining to the life of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton as well as some other professional and some personal papers.
Professional papers of Dr. Michael Wyschogrod relating to his work in Jewish Christian studies.
Bernard J. McQuaid was the first president of Seton Hall College, from 1856-1867. The collection consists of letters and reproductions of letters sent to Rev. McQuaid and an image of Rev. McQuaid.
James F. Mooney was the eighth president of Seton Hall College, from 1907-1922. The collection contains correspondence, a memorial card from Rev. Mooney's funeral, and a photograph of President Mooney.