CollectionM.M. Teresa Ball

'Souvenir of the Centenary of the Death of Most Revd D. Murray, Archbishop of Dublin', booklet

Book, 'Ball Family Records' by W. Ball Wright, M.A.

'Annals of Rathfarnham' by M. Teresa Ball, 7 pages, 1 copy

The Constituions of the IBVM

'Characteristics of M.M. Theresa Ball', 3 pp

'The Spirit of the Institute of the Institute of BVM', 5 pages

'The Green Schism', notes by M. Evangeline McDonald

Three copies of the 'The Green Schism' by M. Evangeline MacDonald

6 December 1972 letter from SM of the Sacred Heart to Winifred from Ursuline Convent, Thurles, referring to the take over the Ursuline Convent, Thurles

Newspaper cutting, 'Br Francis de Sales Whitaker'. His mother was a relative of Mary Ward and his sister, Cecilia, became Loreto nun and was superior in Balbriggan. She died in 1914.

'In Search of the Past, A visit to York and Manchester in 1969' by M. Evangeline MacDonald, 7 pages

'Daniel Murray, Archbishop of Dublin 1823-1852' by Moria Lysaght, taken from the 'Dublin Historical Record'

Article on Archbishop Murray (1768 - 1852) by Revd. Myles Ronan, in 'The Irish Ecclesiastical Record', April 1952

8 January 1894, 'Sermon preached in Loreto Abbey, Rathfarnham, during the Centenary Celebrations in honour of the birth of Revd. MM Teresa Ball, Foundress in Ireland, IBVM'.

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