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DOROTHY DAY PAPERS

MATERIALS PERTAINING TO DOROTHY DAY
AND HER FAMILY, 1897-


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ARTICLES, MANUSCRIPTS, AND THESES

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"Dorothy Day Has Made a Major Contribution to American Catholicism," Today 3 (1 May 1948): 3-6.
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Fremantle, Anne, "The Work of Dorothy Day in the Slums," Catholic World 170 (February 1950): 333-337.
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Kent, Edmund, "Dorothy Day: An Interview," Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 39 (June 1950): 176-186
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Reinhold, H.A., "The Long Loneliness of Dorothy Day," Commonweal 55 (29 February 1952): 521-522.
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Macdonald, Dwight, "The Foolish Things of the World," The New Yorker 28 (4, 11 October 1952). 4 October: pp. 37-56 passim; 11 October: pp. 37-52 passim. Condensed in Thirteen for Christ, edited by Melville Harcourt (New York: Sheed and Ward, 1963), pp. 232-254.
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Willock, Ed, "Dorothy Day and the Family," Torch 38 (June-July 1954): 7-9.
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Scanlon, Simon, "Lady Unafraid: An Interview with Dorothy Day," Way of St. Francis 16 (June 1960): 27-31.
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Theology Course Papers on Dorothy Day, Spring 1961.
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Barra, Juan, Dorotea Day: La Ultima Palabra Es El Amor. 2nd edition. Barcelona: Ediciones Domingo Savio, 1961.

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Pesta, John, "The Apostolate of Example," Quill (Central Catholic High School, Allentown, PA), 1961, pp. 14-15.
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Prosen, Anthony, S.J., "Dorothy Day and a Humane Ethics," 1964. Typescript article submitted to Cross and Crown, but rejected for publication at Dorothy Day’s request. (Handwritten Notes on MS are by DD.)
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"Property – An Interview with Dorothy Day: ‘The More Common It Becomes, the More Holy It Becomes,’" Georgia Bulletin 1 February 1965, p. 3.
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"Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker," Our Sunday Visitor, 16 January 1966, pp. 8-10. Two Articles: "Who Can Dismiss Her Christianity," by Katherine Oriez, and "It Could have Been So Different," by Daniel Lyons.
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Cook, Bruce, "Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker," U.S. Catholic 31 (March 1966): 6-15.
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Cook, Bruce, "The Real Dorothy Day," U.S. Catholic 31 (April 1966): 25-31
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Schroth, Raymond A., S.J., "Dorothy Day," America 119 (19 October 1968): 357.
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Eustace, Sister Frances Regis, C.S.J., " ‘On Pilgrimage’ " with Dorothy Day: Unique Sabbatical," Keynote (The College of St. Rose) 3 (Spring 1969): 3-6.
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McDonald, Mary Ann, "Dorothy Day Today," Student paper – Sociology, May 18, 1970.
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"Dorothy Day Talks to Roadrunner," Roadrunner 20 (1970).

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Povertá Come Scelta: Un ’ora con Dorothy Day; Pauvrete Volontaire: Une Heure Avec Dorothy Day. (Rome: RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana,1970).
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Macdonald, Dwight, "Revisiting Dorothy Day," New York Review of Books, January 23, 1971, pp. 12-19.
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Corbin, Martin, "Dorothy Day," Lamp 69 (January 1971): 16.
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Iswolsky, Helene, "Dorothy Day," Lamp 69 (January 1971): 11-12.
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Pryke, Roger, "Day by Day," Power 3 (February 1971): 7-9.
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Magalis, Elaine, and Shelly Rusten (photographs), "Dorothy Day and the Foolishness of Christ," New World Outlook 31, n.s. (July 1971): 12-18. Color photograph of Dorothy Day on cover.
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Dietrich, Jeff and Susan Pollock, "Dorothy Holds Forth," Catholic Agitator, December 1971, pp. 1-2. Interview.
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"An Interview with Dorothy Day," National Jesuit News, May 1972, pp.8-10. Conducted by Dean Brackley and Dennis Dillon, January 28, 1972.
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"Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement" (Special Issue), America 127 (11 November 1972).
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Auden, W. H., "Happy Birthday, Dorothy Day," New York Review of Books, December 14, 1972, pp. 3-4.

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Cort, John C., "Dorothy Day at 75," Commonweal 97 (February 23, 1973): 475-476.
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McCarthy, Colman, "Colman McCarthy on Dorothy Day," New Republic 168 (24 February 1973): 30-33.
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Fitch, Bob, "Dorothy Day, Witness to a Radical Faith," Youth 24 (May 1973): 34-43.
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Forest, Jim, "Dorothy Day," Green Revolution, May 1973, pp. 2-3.
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Lavine, Douglas, "Dorothy Day: 40 Years of Works of Mercy," National Catholic Reporter, June 8, 1973, pp. 5-8, 17-18.
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Fraisse, Lucien, "Une Grande Dame Amèricaine: Dorothy Day," Information Catholiques Intenationales, no. 466 (15 October 1974): 16-19.
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McGowan, Patricia, "Somebody Loves You When You’re Down andOut," US Catholic 40 (October 1975): 28-31. Condensed under the title "Dorothy Day Comes to Visit," in Catholic Digest, April 1975, pp. 42-47.
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Miller, William D., "The Church and Dorothy Day," Critic 35 (Fall 1976): 62-70.
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Michaelson, Wes, and Jim Wallis, "Dorothy Day: Exalting Those of Low Degree," Sojourners 5 (December 1976): 16-19.
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Jessup, Hubert D., with Joseph L. Walsh, "Dorothy Day and Simone Weil: The Fruits of Religious Conviction," in Simone Weil: Live Like Her? Cambridge: Technology and Culture Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976.

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McCarthy, Abigail, "Confronting Dorothy Day," Commonweal 104 (May 13, 1977): 297, 317-318.
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Mayer, Milton, "A Dollar for Dorothy," Progressive 41 (November 1977): 40-41.
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"Un Richiamo alla Letizia: Il Commento di Dorothy Day," Il Sabato (Milan), October 7, 1978, p. 4.
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Howard, Jane, "The Radical Love of Dorothy Day," Notre Dame Magazine 8 (December 1979): 10-13.
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Friedmann, F. G., "Dorothy Day und der ‘Catholic Worker,’" Stimmen der Zeit (Munich) 198 (March 1980): 195-200.
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Miller, William D., "Dorothy Day, 1897-1980: ‘All Was Grace,’" America 143 (13 December 1980): 382-386.
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O’Brien, David J., "The Pilgrimage of Dorothy Day," Commonweal 107 (19 December 1980): 711-715.
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Mayer, Milton, "God’s Panhandler," The Progressive 45 (February 1981): 14-15.
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Egan, Eileen, "The Final Word is Love: Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement," Cross Currents 30 (Winter 1980-1981): 377-384. Also in El Ciervo (Barcelona) 30 (March 1981): 24-27.

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Gregory, Judith, "Remembering Dorothy Day," America 144 (25 April 1981): 344-347.
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Berrigan, Father Daniel, "A Modest Proposal: A Day to Remember," U.S. Catholic 46 (May 1981): 30-32.
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Coles, Robert, "Dorothy Day," New Republic 184 (6 June 1981): 29-32.
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Cornell, Tom, "Dorothy Day Remembered," Sign 60 (June 1981): 5-11, 54.
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Forest, James, "Dorothy Day and the Sermon on the Mount," Other Side 17 (August 1981): 15-21.
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Barthel, Charles W., "‘The Angry but Obedient Daughter’: The Gift of Dorothy Day to Twentieth Century Spirituality," Master of Divinity paper, Kenrick Seminary, 1981.
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Hugo, Rev. John J., "Dorothy Day: Apostle of the Industrial Age," Privately printed (1981). Previously published in the Pittsburgh Catholic.
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Heron, Rev. Thomas, "Conversion: A Biblical, Philosophical and Lived Reality, " Typescript paper, Religious Studies Department, St.Charles Seminary, Philadelphia, 1982.
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Wills, Gary, "The Dragooned Saint," Sojourners 11 (September 1982): 35-37.
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Vree, Dale, "A Radical Holiness," Commonweal 100 (6 May 1983): 266-269.

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Roberts, Nancy L., "Dorothy Day’s Vision of Journalism," Paper presented to the History Division at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Convention, Corvallis, Oregon, August 1983.
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Wills, Gary, "Dorothy Day at the Barricades," Esquire 100 (December 1983): 228-232. In the Golden Anniversary Special Issue, "50 Who Made A Difference: A Celebration of Fifty American Originals."
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Campbell, Debra, "The Catholic Earth Mother: Dorothy Day and Women’s Power in the Church," Cross Currents 34 (Fall 1984): 270-282.
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Cunneen, Sally, "Dorothy Day: The Storyteller as Human Model," Cross Currents34 (Fall 1984): 283-293.
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Naughton, Michael J. "A Selected Annotated Bibliography on the Writings of Dorothy Day," 1984.
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Purpura, Mary, "Dorothy Day: Legacy of a Catholic Radical," Senior honors thesis, Wesleyan University, 1984.
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Jordan, Patrick, "Dorothy Day: Still a Radical," Commonweal 112 (29 November 1985): 665-669.
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Tavani, Bob, "Beauty will Save the Earth: A Memory of Dorothy Day," Minneapolis Catholic Worker 10 (April 1986): 6-8.
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Miller, William D., "The Gospel of Peace: Dorothy Day and Father John Hugo," Studies in Formative Spirituality 7 (November 1986): 371-380.
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Miller, William D., "Dorothy Day & Simone Weil: Two Who Loved God," New Oxford Review 55 (March 1988): 22-25.
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O’Connor, June, "Dorothy Day and Gender Identity: The Rhetoric and the Reality," Horizons 15 (Spring 1988): 7-20.
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Hanley, Boniface, O.F.M., "A Hunger for Justice," Anthonian 62 (1988): 3-29.

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Brandon-Falcone, Janice, "A Different Voice: Women and the American Peace Movement [Jane Addams and Dorothy Day]," Paper presented at the University of Illinois, March 1989.
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Deedy, John, "Dorothy Day: The Rich Life of a Poor Woman," Salt 9 (November/December 1989): 16-21.
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O’Connor, June, "Dorothy Day’s Christian Conversion," Journal of Religious Ethics 17 (Spring 1990): 159-180.
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O'Connor, June, "Dorothy Day as Autobiographer," Religion 20 (1990): 275-295.
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Lynch, Thomas A., "Dorothy Day & Cardinal McIntyre: Not Poles Apart," Church 8 (Summer 1992): 10-15.
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Merriman, Brigid, O.S.F., "Called to Be Holy: Dorothy Day and the Retreat Movement," Notre Dame, IN: Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism, University of Notre Dame. Working Paper Series 24, No. 2, Fall 1992.
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O’Brien, David J., "Transforming the Tension: The Example of Dorothy Day," CCICA Annual 11 (1992): 53-64.
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Scott, David, "The Downward Path that Leads to Salvation: Toward a Theology of Dorothy Day," M.A. thesis, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 1992.
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Wells, John, "Dorothy Day [Fifth draft of script for Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story],"1992.
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Ryan, Cheney, "The One Who Burns Herself for Peace," Hypatia 9 (Spring 1994): 21-39.
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Wuller, Mary K., "The Lay Spirituality of Dorothy Day," Paper presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting, October 1995.
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Mize, Sandra Yocum, "Dorothy Day’s Apologia for Faith after Marx," Horizons 22 (Fall 1995): 198-213.

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Gregory, David L., "Dorothy Day’s Lessons for the Transformation of Work," Hofstra Labor Law Journal 14 (Fall 1996): 57-150.
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Jordan, Patrick, "An Appetite for God: Dorothy Day at 100," Commonweal 124 (24 October 1997): 12-17.
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Jablonski, Carol, "Inventing a Reputation: Holy Celebrity and its Problems," Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, November 1997.
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Casarella, Peter, "Sisters in Doing the Truth: Dorothy Day and St. Thérèse of Lisieux," Communio 24 (Fall 1997): 468-498.
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Zwick, Mark and Louise, "Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement," Communio 24 (Fall 1997): 415-467.
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"The Dorothy Day Centennial, 1897-1997," Fellowship 63 (November/December 1997). Special issue, guest edited by Patrick G. Coy, with contributions from Charles Chatfield, Eileen Egan, and Rosalie G. Riegle.
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Jensen, Sande Kelsey, "Heaven’s Hinge: An Exploration of Dorothy Day’s Devotion to the Undeserving Poor," M.Div thesis, Saint Francis Seminary, 1997.
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Coles, Robert, "On Moral Leadership: Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin in Tandem," America 178 (6 June 1998): 5-14.
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Murray, Harry, "Dorothy Day, Welfare Reform, and Personal Responsibility," St. John's Law Review 73 (Summer 1999): 789-804.
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Jablonski, Carol J., "Dorothy Day's Contested Legacy: 'Humble Irony' as a Constraint on Memory." Journal of Communication and Religion 23 (March 2000): 29-49.
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Bozza, Mary Louise, "Dorothy Day: On Love for God, Neighbor, and Self," Senior honors thesis, Boston College, 2003.
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Yohe, Katherine M., "Dorothy Day: Love for One's Daughter and Love for the Poor." Horizons, vol. 31, no. 2 (2004): 272-301.
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Smith, Karen, "Dorothy Day: An Ordinary Saint?" Perspectives in Religious Studies,  vol. 31, no. 1 (2004): 71-82.
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Lee, Randy, "Dorothy Day and Innovative Social Justice: A View from Inside the Box," William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law 12 (2005): 187-204.
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Fannin, Coleman, "Solidarity, Compassion, Truth: The Pacifist Witness of Dorothy Day." "M.A. thesis, Baylor University, 2006
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Rush, Katie Louise. "Dorothy Day and the Matter of Authority: A Rhetorical Analysis." "M.A. thesis, University of Georgia, 2008.Z
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Astell, Ann W., "The Earthquake of 1906, the Christian Anarchy of Dorothy Day, and the Opened 'Tomb' of Rene Girard." Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture 15/16 (2008-2009): 19-44.
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Geddes, Mary, "An Interview with Dorothy Day," n.d. On The Catholic Worker.
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Pol, Heinz, "The Woman Washington Fears," (Translation-German into English), n.d.
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Tellings, Francois, S.J. Dorothy Day: L’amour mène à Dieu. No.55 in series "Convertis du XXe Siècle." Brussels: Foyer Notre-Dame, n.d.

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NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

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Newspaper Clippings,1925, 1934-1980
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Newspaper Clippings, 1981-1996
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Newspaper Clippings, 1997-

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SUBJECT FILES

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Academic Transcript from the University of Illinois (photocopy), 1916
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Batterham, Forster, 1917, 1985 (copy of draft registration card and obituary)
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Birthday Cards and Letters, 1976-1979, n.d.
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Canonization Process, 1982-
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Cards and Scrolls Depicting Dorothy Day, or Quoting from her Writings, ca. 1991, n.d.
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Day, Donald, 1915, 1940, 1942, 1945-1948, 1966, 1993, n.d.
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Day Family, ca. 1897-1997
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Day, John and Tessa, 1932 (letters from Dorothy Day)
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Funeral and Memorial Services, 1980-1986
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Letters to Dorothy Day from School Children, 1978, 1980
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Poems sent to Dorothy Day, 1938-1980, n.d. (By Raymond E. F. Larsson, Daniel Marshall, Deane Mowrer, et al)
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Remembrances of Dorothy Day Sent to the New York Catholic Worker,1981d
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Varia about Dorothy Day, 1948-1980, n.d.
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