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Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Chicago Parish Histories at NotreDame Archives
Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 21:26:46 -0500
Thanks to everyone for their suggestions. I truly appreciate them. My parents were from St. Sabina's and I grew up in Tommy More (as we called it). I was just curious to see if they were online. I know that there was an anniversary not too long ago at Tommy More (50th?, 75th?). Mom had a hardcover (coffee table type) book St. Thomas More made a few years back. Not sure what happend to it after mom died. One of my sisters probably have the book.
----- Original Message -----
From: Beth Walsh <>
Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2007 22:27
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Chicago Parish Histories at Notre Dame Archives
> Since this is a special archives within the Notre Dame
> Library, I am pretty sure that this would be a non-circulating
> collection. Most likely access would only be granted to an
> individual making a personal visit or having a researcher go
> there and look at the records. Also, the records may have
> limited access depending upon the restrictions placed upon them
> by the donors. So, the best way to check is to contact the
> Archives directly.
> These may be boxes or folders of papers, bound or
> looseleaf, notes, small books or almost anything imaginable
> pertaining to the subject matter.
> I got to look at a box of papers at the Burnham Library
> at the Art Institute that had all sorts of interesting items.
> However, I had to visit in person and obtain an information
> access permission form from my own library to gain access to
> items. This may be a similar system.
> I found St. Thomas More and St. Sabina in these archives, but
> how do you access these files?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Nan Brennan
> Date: Tuesday, May 8, 2007 1:22
> Subject: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Chicago Parish Histories at Notre
> Dame Archives
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