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Catholic Church

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

1) Rambler- Donohoe & Catholic Art, 1961

 Item
Identifier: DNHE:IV.D.1
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series encompasses the blending of Victoria's two life-long passions - faith and art. The documents making up the series consist of personal correspondence, catalogs, news clippings, an inventory and a small medal. The subjects covered or corresponded with are the following: - Delta Epsilon Sigma, a national scholastic honor society that was established in 1939 for students of US Catholic universities and colleges. - Various Correspondence with religious - 1963 Liturgical Week,...

2) Minutes of Commission on the Sacred Liturgy, 1986

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Identifier: DNHE:IV.D.2
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series encompasses the blending of Victoria's two life-long passions - faith and art. The documents making up the series consist of personal correspondence, catalogs, news clippings, an inventory and a small medal. The subjects covered or corresponded with are the following: - Delta Epsilon Sigma, a national scholastic honor society that was established in 1939 for students of US Catholic universities and colleges. - Various Correspondence with religious - 1963 Liturgical Week,...

Victoria Donohoe Collection

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Identifier: DNHE
Content Description Victoria Donohoe was a graduate of Rosemont College, Class of 1950. She received a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and studied abroad in Italy. She also received her teaching certificate and taught art classes at Rosemont while studying for her Master's. Victoria's career as an advocate for the arts spanned her lifetime. Professionally as an art critic for 53 years, Victoria wrote news columns in the Catholic Standard and Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer. We hold a...

FOLDER 5: St Margaret's Church History, 2000

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Identifier: DNHE:VI.D.5
Scope and Contents From the Series: Victoria was very involved in documenting the local history of the Southeastern Pennsylvania area where she grew up and lived her entire life - Narberth, Montgomery County. She contributed time, research, and writings to several publications which documented the past of the locales that meant much to her. Victoria also filed applications for the National Register of Historic Places for Narbrook Park. We hold the Centennial Book for Narbrook Park and the following collections of digital...

SERIES I: Published News Articles, 1959 - 2012

 Series
Identifier: DNHE:I
Scope and Contents This series contains art reviews and articles on art, specifically covering: shows/exhibits, individuals-collectors and artists, theory, and themes. The articles were all written or co-authored by Victoria Donohoe and published in the Catholic Standard and Times (1959-1962) and the Philadelphia Inquirer (1962-2012).

SERIES II: Typed Drafts, 1960 - 2003

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Identifier: DNHE:II
Scope and Contents This series contains typed written drafts of Victoria's articles published in the Catholic Standard and Times (1960) and the Philadelphia Inquirer (1962-1994). The articles include art related reviews and information. Some of the topics covered are: shows/exhibits, individuals-collectors and artists, theory, and themes.

SERIES IV: Chapel of the Immaculate Conception, 1933 - 1998

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Identifier: BLDG:IV
Scope and Contents This series of records contain the documents, blueprints and publications that relate to the creation and renovations of the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.

SERIES IV: The Catholic Church & Art, 1944 - 2013

 Series
Identifier: DNHE:IV
Scope and Contents This series encompasses the blending of Victoria's two life-long passions - faith and art. The documents making up the series consist of personal correspondence, catalogs, news clippings, an inventory and a small medal. The subjects covered or corresponded with are the following: - Delta Epsilon Sigma, a national scholastic honor society that was established in 1939 for students of US Catholic universities and colleges. - Various Correspondence with religious - 1963 Liturgical Week,...