Information on the National Campaign for Agricultural Democracy (NCAD), 1968 - 1969
- 1968 - 1969
Scope and Contents
These papers document the career of Jesuit, legal scholar, and social activist William J. Kenealy, SJ. Materials include addresses, articles, correspondence, ephemera, minutes, and reports spanning Kenealy's work at Boston College and Loyola University Law Schools, the National Committee for Human Development, and as director of the Jesuit Social Apostolate National Office.
The bulk of the materials comprise his correspondence and writings from his years as a law professor, but correspondence from his service as a Navy chaplain during World War II and notes from his licentiate degree in theology at Weston College are also included. The smaller amount of material from Kenealy’s participation in Jesuit and Catholic social initiatives nonetheless illustrates the concerns of these groups at the beginning of the 1970s with issues of race and poverty.
- From the Collection: Kenealy, William J. (Person)
Restrictions on access
Collection is open for research. Audiovisual materials have not been reformatted and are not available for use at this time.
From the Sub-Series: 0.5 Linear Feet (2 containers)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English