24 November 1910, letter from M.M. Michael Corcoran to M. Eugenius on observance of Cons 37 - the duties of Procuratrix

6 December 1910, part of a letter from M.M. Michael which includes, 'I have got leave from Rome for you to borrow £500 to pay the fine on Killarney when you are concluding the business with Lord Kenmare'.

10 December 1910, letter from M.M. Michael to the Superior and Council asking for a detailed statement of the financial affairs of the House as required by Rome

3 June 1911, letter to all the Sisters from M.M. Michael, includes, 'At the meeting of the governing body of the National University... It was decided, by voting, that Loreto College should be recognised for the First Arts Course'

6 July 1911, letter from M.M. Michael to M.M. Eugenius (Superior) includes, '124 ladies in the house and 95 nuns not counting lay sisters'

6 January 1918, to M.M. Loyola from M.M. Getrude Kennedy on forming a Sodality at Loreto Convent 53, St Stephen's Green, for girls in business, etc.

1 January 1918, to M.M. Loyola from M.M. Gertrude on the signing of the pledge to resist Conscription, 'Each member is to consider herself free to sign or not as she thinks best'

28 May, information from M.M. Gertrude on the summer courses under the department to be held in July

30 May 1918, letter from M.M. Gertrude to M.M. Loyla on courses of lectures in English, history and literature, etc.

1 June 1918, letter to M.M. Loyola from M.M. Gertrude on the registration of nuns teaching in schools

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