Mary Joanna Walsh Travelogue
Scope and Contents
Collection contains a typed transcript (1938) of a story describing a stagecoach journey from Santa Fe, New Mexico Territory to Denver, Colorado Territory by Sisters Johanna Walsh, Ignatia Mora and Beatriz Maes-Torres and the opening of St. Mary's Academy in June 1864; including preface by Loretto Motherhouse archivist and has title: Pioneering to Denver, opening of the school, St. Mary's Academy.
- circa 1898
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Biographical / Historical
Sister Mary Joanna Walsh was one of the founders and first Superior of St. Mary's Academy, Denver, Colo. Member of the Sisters of Loretto.
1 envelope(s) (7 leaves)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Typed transcript (1938) of original notes in: Archives, Loretto Motherhouse, Loretto, Ky.
- Finding Aid for the Mary Joanna Walsh Travelogue
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
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- Anglo American Cataloguing Rules
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