Matthew Russell, SJ correspondence
- 1894 - 1912
- Majority of material found within 1908 - 1912
Scope and Contents
Consists primarily of correspondence between Father Russell and a Sister Mary Ignatia, who was involved with The Magnificat, a publication in Manchester, New Hampshire. The letters concern writers and books. There is also a letter to Russell from the writer Aubrey De Vere and a postcard portrait of Russell.
- Russell, Matthew, 1834-1912 (Person)
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Collection is open for research.
Restrictions on use
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An Irish Jesuit, poet, and editor, Matthew Russell was born in Newry. He entered the Jesuit Order and was ordained to the priesthood at age 33. Father Russell established the Irish Monthly in 1873 and served as editor for nearly forty years. He also wrote many volumes of verse.
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Language of Materials
Because the current accessioning system was not used until January 1986, it is not possible to know exactly the dates of acquisition of materials received before that time.
- Matthew Russell, SJ Correspondence
- 1894-1912, bulk 1908-1912
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