Thomas Merton Center

Manuscripts in Sub-Section D.2:

Peace in the post-Christian era

Item 1 - 

First Lines:  I. PEACE: A RELIGIOUS RESPONSIBILITY Preamble: Between 1918 and 1939 religious opposition to war

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Mimeograph with holograph notations

Date:  no-month no-day, 1962

Number of pages:  138

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Contains a note by Merton in pen on title page: "+for Tommie O'Callaghan cordial blessings and Christmas greetings br m Louis."

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 13

Item 2 - 

First Lines:  I. PEACE: A RELIGIOUS RESPONSIBILITY Preamble: Between 1918 and 1939 religious opposition to war

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Mimeograph

Date:  no-month no-day, 1962

Number of pages:  138

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 13

Item 3 - 

First Lines:  I. PEACE: A RELIGIOUS RESPONSIBILITY Preamble: Between 1918 and 1939 religious opposition to war

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Xerograph of typescript

Date:  no-month no-day, 1962

Number of pages:  138

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Transferred from Sub-Section D.5.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 13

Item 4 - 

First Lines:  I. PEACE: A RELIGIOUS RESPONSIBILITY Preamble: Between 1918 and 1939 religious opposition to war

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Mimeograph with holograph notations

Date:  no-month no-day, 1962

Number of pages:  138

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Contains a note by Merton in pen on title page: "+for Father James [indecipherable] [-] cordially and fraternally in Christ [-] Thomas Merton". Donated January 15, 2020. The accompanying lettter states it was found amongst books at St. Columban's on the Lake in Silver Creek, New York. The insciption may have been to a Columban Father.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 13