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Historical note on Rathfarnham castle

Historical note on Rathfarnham castle. Includes a postcard with a note by Fr Richard Coyne SJ concerning the historical note and remarks that he left a copy with Mrs Carter, 12 Doddervale. Continues 'The housekeeper asked if I were from the castle and if I wanted to see the picture...The housekeeper said they were expecting another priest...to call to see the picture. I had mentioned at my last visit that Fr Rector might be interested in seeing it.' (2 September 1972, 1 item).

Coyne, Richard C, 1917-1999, Jesuit priest

Letter and postcard to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ from Fr Joseph Hearn SJ

Letter and postcard to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ from Fr Joseph Hearn SJ, written during his time serving as chaplain attached to the Australian Expeditionary Force, Dardanelles and the 7th Infantry Battalion, II Infantry Brigade, A.I.F., Mediterranean.

Hearn, Joseph, 1854-1941, Jesuit priest

Letters and postcards from Fr Francis X O'Brien SJ to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ written while a chaplain

Letters and postcards from Fr Francis X O'Brien SJ to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ written while a chaplain attached to the No. 5 Prisoners of War Company, B.E.F., France and the 30th General Hospital, B.E.F., France.

O'Brien, Francis X, 1881-1974, Jesuit priest and chaplain

Letters and postcards from Fr Frank Browne SJ to Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ

Letters and postcards to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ from Fr Francis M. Browne SJ, written during his time serving as a chaplain to the forces – 1st and 2nd Battalions, Irish Guards, British Expeditionary Force, France and 2nd Battalions, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 16th Division.

Browne, Francis M, 1880-1960, Jesuit priest, photographer and chaplain

Letters and postcards from Fr Hugh Mulhall SJ to the Irish Fr Provincial written during his time as a chaplain

Letters and postcards from Fr Hugh Mulhall SJ to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ written during his time as a chaplain to the 3/1st East Lancashire Division, Codford, Wiltshire and 5th East Lancashire Regiment, Witley Camp, Surrey and in Park Hall Camp, Oswestry.

Mulhall, Hugh, 1871-1948, Jesuit priest and chaplain

Letters and postcards from Fr Patrick Morris SJ to the Irish Fr Provincial written while serving as chaplain

Letters and postcards from Fr Patrick Morris SJ to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ written while serving as chaplain to 2/8 Battalion, L.F., Sobraon Barracks, Colchester and also in France, before being sent back to England in November 1917 with ‘clinical dysentery.’

Morris, Patrick J, 1882-1966, Jesuit priest and chaplain

Letters and postcards to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ from Fr John Elliott SJ

Letters and postcards to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ from Fr John Elliott SJ, written during his time serving as a military chaplain in Catterick Camp, Yorkshire and at the Officer's Hospital, Burley on the Hill, Oakham, Rutland, England.

Postcard of Burley on the Hill, Oakham, Rutlandshire - ‘This is a gorgeous place inside + outside. It is the finest house I have ever seen. Charles and I stayed here when it belonged to the Duke of Buckingham’, (28 October 1918) where Fr Elliott convalesced from a bout of double pneumonia (‘I am only 8st 7lbs with my clothes on’).

Elliott, John J, 1857-1942, Jesuit priest and chaplain

Letters to Fr Aubrey Gwynn SJ (mostly from St Hugh’s Charterhouse, Horsham, Sussex) concerning material of a Carthusian charterhouse in Ireland

  • IE IJA J/10/152
  • File
  • 18 April 1957 - 13 July 1961
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

Letters to Fr Aubrey Gwynn SJ from various priests and academics (mostly Fr Andrew Gray, St Hugh’s Charterhouse, Horsham, Sussex) concerning the discovery in the Public Record Office, of a foundation charter of a Carthusian charterhouse in Ireland at Kinaleghin (Kinalahan, Kinalekin or Kilnaleghin) by John de Cogan in 1267; and the publication of Fr Gray’s resultant article on Kinaleghin. Includes: colour photograph of Fr Gray (13 September 1957);

  • postcard of the Library at St Hugh’s Charterhouse;
  • postcard of an aerial view of St. Hugh’s Charterhouse and a letter to Fr Gwynn from Fr Bruno Sullivan of St Hugh’s, following Fr Gray’s death (5 February 1968, 2pp).

Material on retreats and the retreat house at Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin

Material on retreats and the retreat house at Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin (removed from ledger folder). Includes:

  • list of retreatants at Rathfarnham Castle and notice of opening of retreat house (1922);
  • Honorary Secretary’s Reports (November 1947-March 1949);
  • list of house renovations (August 1949-August 1950);
  • costings and receipts for work on the retreat house which includes glass, grotto, kneelers, lamp, radiators, roof, statutes and tabernacle (1949-1962);
  • ‘History of Our Lady’s Grotto, erected by D.U.T. Co. Employees 1925’ by Thomas Scally, ex-Superintendent. Includes references to the Jesuit school, St Francis Xavier, Lower Dorset Street, better known as Father Gaffney’s school (1 April 1950);
  • income and expenditure for Laymen’s Retreat Association (1948-1953);
  • newsletter of the Laymen’s Retreat Association, Rathfarnham Castle entitled the Week End Echo (vol. 1-5, 7), (Christmas 1953-September 1955);
  • handicap sweepstakes results for Laymen’s Retreat Association at Rathfarnham Castle (1954-55)
  • order of time for retreats for Chinese students at Rathfarnham Castle (4 April 1955);
  • correspondence from Michael Scott, Architect, for drawings of the retreat house, Rathfarnham Castle (1955-57);
  • income for retreat house at Rathfarnham Castle (1958-59);
  • schedule of estimates for proposed decoration at Rathfarnham Castle (1958-1961);
  • drawings, correspondence and accounts from James A. Doyle Architect, for works at the retreat house, Rathfarnham Castle (1959-1960);
  • newspaper report of ‘Restoration of grotto erected in 1924 by D.U.T.C. men’ from Nuacht CIE (23 October 1964);
  • notes on Laymen’s Retreat Association at Rathfarnham Castle, Christian Life Communities (CLC) seminar (21 April 1974);
  • Guidelines for the constitution for the Laymen’s Retreat Association & Christian Life Communities (CLC) (1977);
  • notice of the restoration work done by the Association of Retreat Promotors for the Laymen’s Retreat Association (nd.);
  • postcard with order of time on reverse of weekend retreats at Rathfarnham Castle and notice of non-attendance (nd.);

Photographic album belonging to Fr Joseph O'Connor SJ

  • IE IJA J/324/3
  • File
  • 1926; 1936 - 1941; [1970]
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

Photographic album (thirty photographs) belonging to Fr Joseph O'Connor SJ relating to his time as a scholastic in Mungret College c.1926, Rector of Mungret College (136-1941) and later in Galway (1941-1972). Insert postcard from Irish Jesuit in Rome, Italy (1931).

Photographs of the exterior and interior of St Ignatius Church, Galway

Black and white photographs of the exterior and interior of St Ignatius Church, Galway. Includes:

  • the altar by W. Dowler, Presentation Road, Galway;
  • interior by the Connacht Tribune;
  • copies of a photograph of exterior by Robert French;
  • postcards of exterior by 'Yann', Galway c.[1965];
  • interior by R. Simmons, Galway - on reverse indicates that the old stations of the Cross went to Hatch Street, Dublin, the pulpit is inside altar rails, the old lights and statues of the Sacred Heart and St Joseph.

Postcards and notes from the artist, Evie Hone to Fr Daniel Shields SJ

  • IE IJA J/404/9
  • File
  • 29 September 1941-11 August 1952; 1955; 1957
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

File of postcards and notes from the artist, Evie Hone to Fr Daniel Shields SJ (29 September 1941-11 August 1952) in which pleasantries are given and items of news, ‘I expect you heard that Michael Healy died last Mon. I feel very sad for myself but he could not have recovered to work’ (29 September 1941). Evie Hone writes from Kilkenny, Paris and Rathfarnham, Dublin. This material was found in the room of Fr Daniel Shields SJ after his death. Includes a newspaper cutting with an image of Evie Hone and her last stained-glass window, an obituary and a colour sketch of Mary and Child, by Evie Hone.

In 'Studies: An Irish quarterly review', Vol. XLVI, pp. 377-378, Autumn, 1957, Fr Daniel Shields SJ reviews ‘A tribute to Evie Hone and Mainie Jellett’.

Hone, Evie, 1894-1955, Irish painter and stained glass artist

Record of the annual novena of grace at St Francis Xavier’s Church, Upper Gardiner Street

Record of the annual novena of grace at St Francis Xavier’s Church, Upper Gardiner Street (1946 - 1961) with copies of petitions and thanksgiving prayers and extracts from letters. Insertions mostly dating from the mid 1950s include copies of community Christmas Cards, a postcard of the Gardiner Street church and residence and the photograph of a crowd entering the Church.

Scrapbook belonging to Brother William Glanville SJ

Scrapbook belonging to Brother William Glanville SJ. Includes postcards to Brother Glanville, newspaper cuttings, Clongowes Wood College sesquicentenary and photographs (Loughrea Parish Church 1886, Jesuit brothers and Clongowes Wood College ).

Various memoranda sent to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ

Various memoranda sent to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ. Includes lists of Irish Jesuit chaplains and their addresses; estimates for chaplain’s uniform; memoranda concerning the appeal for military chaplains serving at home and abroad and their origins and ‘Memorial to the Irish Hierarchy re Shortage of Catholic Chaplains.’ Includes:

  • remembrance card for the 2nd Battalion of Irish Guards, attending mission in Cologne, January 1919;
  • name card (O.H.M.S) for wounded man's kit, belonging to Lieut Sheil, No 2. Squadron, R.A.F. (Frac. skull);
  • carte postale depicting Fr Frank Browne and Irish soldiers at Loudres, France, 30 October 1918;
  • carte postale depicting Fr Jerome O'Mahony's altar, 23 September 1918;