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California Jesuit Archives
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, California 95053
Phone: (408) 554-5432
Fax: (408) 555-5179
Email: calprovsj@calprov.org
Physical collections: 8
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Alemany, (Joseph Sadoc) Papers

This collection is held in Box 1 and 2 of Series number 1875, Archdiocese of San Francisco, 1850-present. The series consists of original letters which offer a picture of the relations of Archbishop Alemany with the California Jesuits, 1853-1884. Correspondence...

China Mission

The bulk of the collection contains the Provincial files and personal papers of the Jesuits from the California Province who labored in the China Mission from 1928 through 1957 when the last of the men, imprisoned by the Communists, were...

Clark, S.J.(Joseph Mahoney) Papers

The colletion contains Curia files, correspondence, military records, photographs, newspaper clippings, and ephemera. Of particular interest to researchers are correspondence and documents to / from individual prisoners in the Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary whom Father Clark served as prison chaplain. These...

Correspondence, 1830-1932

The collection is held in the first 6 boxes of 1002 Correspondence to/from Father General, 1830 to present. Original letters received from Father General of the Society of Jesus in Rome form an historical resource of the governance of the...

Dunne, S.J. (George Harold) Papers

The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence, published and unpublished articles, and plays written by George Dunne, as well as homilies, lectures, and addresses. Other materials include: photographs, clippings, typescripts, sound recordings, and a reel of color film taken...

Dunne, S.J. (Peter Masten) Papers

Peter Masten Dunne was a Jesuit priest, educator, and historian, known for his publications on the work of the Jesuits in northern colonial Mexico, from Tarahumara to Lower California and Arizona. A member of the California Province he served as...

Hubbard, S.J. (Bernard Rosecrans) Papers

Bernard R. Hubbard was a Jesuit priest, educator, explorer, and popular lecturer, known as “the Glacier Priest.” He taught geology, 1926-1930, and spent three decades exploring and documenting the Territory of Alaska, its glaciers and volcanoes, and its native peoples....

O'Hanlon, S.J. (Daniel J.) Papers

The collection contains correspondence and material related to courses taught by Daniel O'Hanlon at Alma College, Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, and at Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley. The bulk of the textual materials are included in topical files,...