Saint Charles Seminary (New York, New York) Records

Saint Charles Seminary (New York, New York) Records

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CMS 063 documents activities at Saint Charles Seminary training grounds for men entering the Pious Society of Saint Charles-Scalabrinians, a congregation of male religious providing pastoral care to migrants and refugees. The documents cover the academic, spiritual and recreational life at the seminary from its founding in 1948 until the training of seminarians shifted to other facilities in the mid 1970s. Because the seminary was housed in a large building that it occupied for a long time, the collection also includes items related to other aspects of the history of the Scalabrini Fathers in the early twentieth century. Types of documents include books, correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, periodical issues, photographs, and printed ephemera.

Arrangement

I. Photographs, Photograph Albums and Slides

A. Photograph Albums
B. Loose Photographs
C. Slides

II. Scrapbooks

III. Diaries of Student Activities

IV. Icilio Felici, Bishop John Baptist Scalabrini: Father to the Immigrants

A. Newspapers
B. Periodicals
C. Letters

V. Publications Emanating from Scalabrini Houses

A. Publications Issues by Scalabrini headquarters in Italy to Their Membership
B. Biographies and Studies on the Life of Bishop John Baptist Scalabrini
C. Writings by Bishop John Baptist Scalabrini
D. Yearbooks, Newsletters, Journals and Other Publications
E. Miscellaneous Publications

VI. Press Releases and Related Data

VII. Miscellaneous Documents

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Collection Title Saint Charles Seminary (New York, New York) Records
Call Number CMS 063
Extent 13 linear feet in three bankers’ boxes and twenty document boxes