Finding Aid for the Dorothy Day Papers

Papers of a prominent lay Catholic activist who pursued peace and social justice through nonviolent direct action. The collection includes personal correspondence, diaries, notes, and manuscripts, as well as writings about Day.

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spelling DD Finding Aid for the Dorothy Day Papers Finding aid prepared by Phil Runkel Marquette University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives. Finding aid encoded by Bill Fliss May 15, 2007 Finding aid written inEnglish. Collection Summary Marquette University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives. Dorothy Day, 1897-1980 Dorothy Day papers 1897-1980 33 cubic feet (81 boxes) Papers of a prominent lay Catholic activist who pursued peace and social justice through nonviolent direct action. The collection includes personal correspondence, diaries, notes, and manuscripts, as well as writings about Day. DD English Biography of Dorothy Day Dorothy Day was one of the twentieth century's greatest exemplars of active nonviolence. Born in Brooklyn, New York on 8 November 1897, she dropped out of the University of Illinois to pursue a career as a reporter and editor for socialist publications in New York City. Before she was 21, she had interviewed Leon Trotsky, agitated against U.S. involvement in World War I, been jailed for taking part in a suffrage demonstration, and become a close friend of playwright Eugene O'Neill. After a tumultuous period during which she had an abortion, got married and divorced, and attempted suicide, Day entered into a satisfying relationship with Forster Batterham, an anarchist and atheist. Their union broke apart, however, following the birth of their daughter in 1926, and Day's subsequent conversion to Catholicism. In December 1932 Day met the radical street philosopher Peter Maurin, and together they began The Catholic Worker newspaper. This soon gave rise to a faith-based movement for peace and social justice through nonviolent direct action. It is represented today by more than 150 loosely affiliated "houses of hospitality" (including several in Australia, Canada, Europe, Mexico, and New Zealand) in which the poor and homeless are welcomed as guests rather than as "clients," while Catholic Worker volunteers seek to change a society which permits poverty and war to exist. Day died on 29 November 1980 at the house she established for "shopping bag women" on the lower east side of Manhattan. Widely regarded as the most influential lay person in the history of Catholicism, Day was proposed for sainthood by the Claretian Missionaries in 1983. The Vatican granted the Archdiocese permission to open her "cause" in March of 2000. Scope and Contents of the Collection Private and family correspondence (mostly incoming), appointment calendars and notebooks, diaries and retreat notes, manuscripts of more than thirty articles and ten books, correspondence and press accounts concerning speaking engagements and other public activities, articles she wrote for non-Catholic Worker publications, and writings about her. Notable correspondents include Daniel and Philip Berrigan, Catherine de Hueck Doherty, Eileen Egan, James Forest, Ammon Hennacy, Thomas Merton, and Gordon Zahn. Arrangement of the Papers This collection is arranged into the following series: D-1. Private Correspondence, 1929-1980 D-1.1. Private Correspondence, By Correspondent 1934-1980, undated D-2. Family Correspondence, 1925-1980, undated D-3. Manuscripts, circa 1914-1983, undated D-4. Appointment Calendars and Notebooks, Diaries, and Retreat Notes, 1934-1980 D-5. Public Activities, 1933-1981 D-6. Financial and Legal Records, 1897-1976 D-7. Publications by Dorothy Day (Excluding Books), 1916-1976 D-8. Materials Pertaining to Dorothy Day and Her Family, 1897- D-9. Dorothy Day Memorabilia, 1936, undated Restrictions on Access Dorothy Day's papers are completely open as of 2005 November 29. Restrictions on Use The archives staff will assist researchers in determining if copyright restrictions apply, although responsibility for copyright and obtaining necessary permissions rests with the researcher. Related Materials The Department of Special Collections and University Archives also holds the records of the New York Catholic Worker community as well as materials from other Catholic Worker communities throughout the United States. The archives also maintains the papers of many past and present members of the Catholic Worker movement, including Peter Maurin, John Baranski, Charles Butterworth, Frank Cordaro, William Gauchat, Ammon Hennacy, Nina Polcyn Moore, Deane Mowrer, Tina Sipula, Brian Terrell, Jacques Travers, and Stanley Vishnewski. Index Terms This collection is indexed under the following headings in MARQCAT, the online public access catalog of the Marquette University Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings. Persons: Berrigan, Daniel Berrigan, Philip Cornell, Thomas C. (Thomas Charles), 1934- Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980 Doherty, Catherine de Hueck, 1900- Egan, Eileen Forest, James H Gauchat, William, 1907-1975 Hennacy, Ammon, 1893-1970 Maurin, Peter Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968 Moore, Nina Polcyn, 1914- Mowrer, Deane, 1906-1989 Zahn, Gordon Charles, 1918- Organizations: Catholic Worker Movement -- Archives Subjects: Church and social problems -- United States -- Catholic Church Church work with the poor Church work with the homeless -- United States Hospitality -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church Hospitality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity Journalists -- United States Nonviolence -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church Pacifism -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church Pacifism -- Religious aspects--Christianity Pacifists -- United States Peace -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church Poverty -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church Press -- Catholic Radicals -- United States Preferred Citation [Identification of item], Series Number, Box Number, Folder Number (if applicable). Dorothy Day-Catholic Worker Collection. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives. Marquette University. Acquisition Information Gift of Dorothy Day, 1962. Additions received from various sources, 1962- . Processing Information Since 1978 the collection has been processed by archivist Phil Runkel. Appraisal Some records have enduring value and should be preserved. Records of enduring value for this collection include: Manuscripts (if unpublished) Private correspondence (excluding brief notes, Christmas cards, and the like) Diaries Photographs ("action shots" preferred) Articles and books by and about the person in question Recordings of events, interviews, etc, in which the person participated Accruals Series D-8 is the only part of the collection that may accrue additional material. Series D-1: Private Correspondence, 1929-1980. 16 cubic feet. Contains personal letters received by DD and a small amount of letters sent as well (copies and, in some cases, originals donated by their recipients). Arrangement of the bulk of the correspondence is alphabetical within five "runs" (1929-1953, 1954-1959, 1960-1967, 1968-1974, 1975-1980). 1929-1953 1 A-D 2 E-H 3 I-Mer 4 Mes-R 5 S-Z, last name unknown 1954-1959 6 A-F 7 G-M 8 N-Z, last name unknown 1960-1967 9 A-C 10 D-G 11 H-Man 12 Mar-Pl 13 Po-Sp 14 St-Z, last name unknown 1968-1974 15 A-Car 16 Cas-E 17 F-I 18 J-Ma 19 Mc-Pi 20 Pl-Sp 21 St-Z, last name unknown 1975-1980 22 A-E 23 F-L 24 M-Q 25 R-Z, last name unknown Series D-1.1: Private Correspondence, By Correspondent, 1934-1980, undated. 3.6 cubic feet. Extended correspondence filed by writer; notable correspondents include Daniel and Philip Berrigan, Thomas C. Cornell, Catherine De Hueck Doherty (with photocopies of DD’s letters to her), Jack English, James H. Forest, Ammon Hennacy, Rev. John J. Hugo, Thomas Merton, and Gordon C. Zahn.. 1 1 Attwater, Donald, 1940-1941, 1943, 1945, 1963-1966, 1970-1971, 1974, 1 2 Baird, Peggy, 1952-1965, undated 1 3 Bee, Clare, 1964-1972, undated 1 4 Benson, Rev. Joachim, 1935-1948, undated 1 5 Berrigan, Rev. Daniel, 1957-1976 1 6 Berrigan, Philip, circa 1961-1978 1 7 Bethune, Ade, and family, 1936-1955, undated 1 8 Bondy, Ossie and Mary, 1940-1976, undated 1 9 Burrow, Elizabeth, 1938-1961, undated 1 10 Butterworth, Charles, 1956-1978 2 1 Casey, Robert D., 1956-1979, undated 2 2 Casey, Rev. Marion, 1949-1973, undated 2 3-4 Casper, Alice Kathryn, 1946-1978, undated 2 5 Cook, Jack, 1969-1972 2 6 Corbin, Martin J., 1957-1967 2 7 Corbin, Rita, 1957-1976 2 8 Cornell, Thomas C., 1962-1979 2 9 Demoskoff, Helen, 1953, 1959-1960, undated 3 1 Doherty, Catherine de Hueck, Letters to Dorothy Day, 1934-1979 3 2 Doherty, Catherine de Hueck, Letters and notes from Dorothy Day (photocopied from originals in the Madonna House Archives, Combermere, Ontario), 1934-1975, undated 3 3 Donovan, Frank, 1964-1977 3 4 Duffy, Rev. Clarence E., 1939-1975 3 5 Dugan, Kieran, 1956-1962, 1979, undated 3 6 Durnin, Mary C., To Dorothy Day, 1954-1980, undated 3 7 Durnin, Mary C., From Dorothy Day, 1939-1980, undated 3 8 Egan, Eileen, 1955-1980 3 9 Eichenberg, Fritz, 1949-1980 3 10 English, Jack (Father Charles), 1941-1972 4 1 Evers, Larry, 1954-1979, undated 4 2 Everson, William (Brother Antoninus), circa 1949-1951, 1954, 1959 4 3 Fahy, Sr. Peter Claver, 1934-1978 4 4 Forest, James H., 1961-1979 4 5 Gauchat, Dorothy and William, 1946-1979 4 6-7 Givins, John, 1940-1980 5 1 Gordon, Caroline, 1952-1973, undated 5 2 Grail, 1942-1975, undated 5 3 Gregory, Judith, 1958-1978, undated 5 4 Griffin, Gerald, 1942-1945, undated 5 5-12 Hennacy, Ammon, 1940-1961 6 1-4 Hennacy, Ammon, 1962-1969, undated 6 5 Hessler, Rev. Donald, 1939-1975 6 6 Hughes, Joseph, 1944-1957, undated 6 7 Hughes, Marjorie C., 1942-1978, undated 6 8 Hugo, Rev. John J., 1941-1979, undated 6 9 Iswolsky, Helene, 1947-1975, undated 6 10 Jordan, Patrick and Kathleen, 1968-1979, undated 6 11 Kirk, Rev. David, 1960-1969, undated 6 12 Lacouture, Rev. Onesimus, 1941-1950, undated 7 1-2 Larkin, Georgia Kernan, 1955-1978, undated 7 3 Larsson, Raymond E. F., 1938-1964, undated 7 4 Lebron, Lolita, 1967-1978 7 5 Livingston, Mabel C., 1938-1963, undated 7 6 Ludlow, Robert C., 1942-1967, undated 7 7-8 MacMaster, Dixie, 1952-1979, undated 8 1 Maryhouse (Minnesota), 1954-1979, undated 8 2 Mason, David, 1943-1968, undated 8 3 McKiernan, Terry, 1963-1973, undated 8 4 Merton, Thomas, 1959-1968 8 5 Meyer, Karl, 1958-1980, undated 8 6 Miller, William D., 1962-1979 8 7 Milord, James, 1961-1980 8 8 Moore, Nina Polcyn, 1940-1979 8 9 Moran, Julia Porcelli, 1940-1963, 1970, undated 9 1-2 Mowrer, Deane, 1957-1978, undated 9 3 Mulherin, Louise, 1939-1957, undated 9 4 O’Donnell, Jane, 1945-1975, undated 9 5 O’Hagan, Daniel, 1957-1978, undated 9 6-7 Oleksak, William, 1953-1980, undated 10 1-2 Pope, Mary Lathrop, 1960-1980 10 3 Rogers, Beth, 1953-1968, undated 10 4 Roy, Rev. Pacifique, 1941-1948, undated 10 5-7 Rusk, Patricia, 1952-1979, undated 11 1 Sheehan, Arthur T., 1941-1974, undated 11 2 Sheridan, Madeleine, 1939-1957 11 3 Stern, Karl, and family, 1945-1976 11 4 Stokes, Anne Marie, 1960-1976, undated 11 5 Sullivan, Thomas, 1943-1979, undated 11 6 Thomas, Joan, 1961-1978 11 7 True, Michael D., 1965-1977 11 8 Vann, Timothea, 1942 11 9 Vishnewski, Stanley, 1935-1978 11 10 Walsh, Jean, 1959-1980, undated 11 11 Zahn, Gordon C., 1954-1979 12 1 Zarrella, Joseph and Alice, 1939-1980 Series D-2: Family Correspondence, 1925-1980, undated. 0.9 cubic feet. Contains considerable correspondence from Donald Day (brother), Della Spier (sister), and Tamar Hennessy (daughter). Original letters from DD to her sister and daughter, and to her common-law husband, Forster Batterham, are included. The letters are filed alphabetically by correspondent and chronologically thereunder. Batterham, Forster 1 1 Correspondence to Dorothy Day, 1947-1969, undated 1 2 Correspondence from Dorothy Day, 1925, 1928-1932, 1962-1964, 1967-1971, 1973, 1975-1978 1 3 Day, Donald, 1937-1966, undated 1 4 Day, Grace, undated 1 5 Day, John, 1957 1 6 Hennessy, Catherine (Katy), undated 1 7 Hennessy, David, 1944-1976 1 8 Hennessy, Eric, 1954-1969 1 9 Hennessy, Margaret (Maggie), 1961-1980, undated 1 10 Hennessy, Martha, 1963-1978, undated 1 11 Hennessy, Mary, 1954-1973 1 12 Hennessy, Nickolas (Nicky), 1958-1965, undated Hennessy, Tamar 1 13-14 Correspondence to Dorothy Day, 1941-1963, undated 2 1-4 Correspondence from Dorothy Day, 1941-1943, 1948-1955, 1957-1960, 1962-1964, 1967-1968, 1974-1975, 1977, undated 2 5 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1941-1973, undated 2 6 Houghton, Rebecca (Becky) Hennessy, 1951-1979 2 7 Hunt, Robert C., 1968 2 8 McMurry, Susanna Hennessy, 1952-1979, undated Spier, Grace Delafield (Della) Day 3 1-2 Correspondence to Dorothy Day, 1942, 1957-1978, undated 3 3-4 Correspondence from Dorothy Day, 1962-1977, undated 3 5 Spier family 1952-1979, undated Series D-3: Manuscripts circa 1914-1983, undated. 3.5 cubic feet. Includes typescripts and holograph manuscripts of books and articles, related editorial correspondence, and book reviews. (Manuscripts of DD’s Catholic Worker columns and articles are filed in the New York Catholic Worker Records, Series W-3). Arrangement is by type of manuscript and chronological thereunder. "The Dispossessed" 1 1-3 Typescript Drafts circa 1932 circa 1946 1 4 Letter from George N. Shuster to Dorothy Day, 1 December 1932 1 5 From Union Square to Rome (Correspondence, Publicity and Reviews) 1938-1939, 1948-1949, 1978 House of Hospitality 1 6-7 Typescript, circa 1938 1 8 Correspondence 1939-1940, 1942 1 9 Reviews 1939-1940 On Pilgrimage 1 10 Typescript Fragments, circa 1948 1 11 Correspondence and Reviews, 1949, 2000 "Peter Maurin" 2 1-6 Typescript Drafts, circa 1943-1950 2 7 Correspondence, 1944, 1952 The Long Loneliness 2 8-11 Typescript Drafts, 1949-1951 3 1 "The Abyss of Faith" (written for the Image Books edition but not published; the basis for Chapter 16 of Loaves and Fishes), circa 1958 3 2 Editorial Papers, 1949-1962, 1967, 1975 3 3 Publicity and Reviews, 1952, 1955-1956, 1972, 1975, 1980, undated 3 4 The Gospel in Action, 1954 3 5-7 Therese 3 5 Holograph and Typescript Fragments, 1951, circa 1958, undated 3 6 Typescript Draft, Corrected by James G. Shaw, circa 1956 3 7 Typescript Draft, circa 1956 4 1 Typescript Draft, circa 1956 4 2 Typescript Draft, Correspondence and Editorial Papers, 1956-1961 1979, undated 4 3 Reviews, 1961 Loaves and Fishes, 4 4 Typescript Fragments, 1960 or 1961 4 5-6 Typescript Draft, circa 1961 and circa 1962 4 7 Final Draft before Editorial Revision, circa 1962 5 1 Typescript Fragments, 1962 and circa 1962 5 2 Loaves and Fishes, Printer’s Copy, 1963 5 3 Loaves and Fishes, Editorial Papers, 1960-1963, 1966, 1971 5 4 Loaves and Fishes, Reviews, 1963-1964, 1975, 1983 5 5 "Cuban Diary," Typescript Fragments, circa 1962 On Pilgrimage: The Sixties 5 6 "On Pilgrimage" Columns for January-September, 1968, revised in 1970 (these changes were not incorporated in the book) 5 7 Printer’s Copy (?), 1972 5 8 Correspondence, Publicity, and Reviews, 1972, 1974 "All Is Grace" (also titled "Spiritual Adventure"), Editorial Papers 6 1 Editorial Papers, 1963, 1965 6 2-3 Typescript, 1967 (?) (299 pp.) 6 4-5 Fragments, 1959-1975, undated 7 1 "My Baby Brother" (unpublished?), circa 1914 7 2 "Our Brothers, the Jews" (unpublished), 1933 7 3 Preface to an Unpublished Book by Robert Ludlow, 1948 7 4 "Emergency in the Port of New York," circa 1949 (published as "New Revolt in the NMU") 7 5 "Worker Priests of France" (unpublished), 1954 7 6 "Picture of a Prophet," 1956 (published as "Prophet Without Honor") 7 7 Letter to the Editor of the Sunday Worker, on the Communist Party Convention, 18 February 1957 7 8 "Reflections After Prison," 1957 (published as "Thoughts After Prison") 7 9 "We Plead Guilty," 1957 7 10 "On Widening the Horizons," circa 1957 7 11 Holograph Fragment of Manuscript Published under the Title "Eviction," 1958 7 12 "Told in Context," circa 1958 7 13 "Poverty and Destitution," 1959-1960 7 14 Review of Jane Addams: A Centennial Reader, (published as "All Kinds of Good Works"), 1960 Article on the Catholic Worker Movement for the Catholic Youth Encyclopedia, 1961 7 15 Article on Peter Maurin for the New Catholic Encyclopedia, 1961 7 16 "Ed Willock Died," 1961 (published as "In Memory of Ed Willock") 7 17 "Notes Made on Pilgrimage," 1961 (published as "Southern Pilgrimage") 7 18 "Love in Practice," circa 1961 7 19 Article on Managed News, 1963 (published as "Managed News") 7 20 Two Articles on Fr. Felix McGowan, 1963 7 21 "Random Thoughts on Poverty and Destitution," 1964 (published as "Some Random Thoughts on Poverty") 7 22 "Law and Order," 1965 7 23 "Poverty," 1966 (published as "We Know What Poverty Is") 7 24 Review of La Vida, by Oscar Lewis, 1966, circa 1966 7 25 Article on A. J. Muste, 1967 (published as "'A. J.': Death of a Peacemaker") 7 26 Contribution to World (Commentaries on Constitution of the Church in the Modern World), 1967 7 27 "Camilo Torres Still Lives" (introduction to Camilo Torres: His Life and His Message), 1968 7 28 Preface to the Facsimile Reprint of The Catholic Worker, 1969 7 29 Article on Prayer, circa 1969 (published as "Adventures in Prayer") 7 30 "Property Is Theft," 1970 7 31 Letter to Sign, 1971 (abridgment published as "Dorothy Day Remembers") 7 32 "What Do the Simple Folk Do?" 1973 7 33 "Introduction to The Practice of the Presence of God, by Brother Lawrence, 1973-1974 7 34 Article on W. H. Auden, circa 1974, 1975 (published as "The Poet and the Pauper") 7 35 "Depression in the 30's and 70's," 1975 (published as "All in the Same Boat") 7 36 Foreword to All God’s Children, by Dorothy Gauchat, 1975 7 37 "Wonderful, Wonderful Adventures," 1975 (acceptance speech for Gandhi Peace Prize, published as "Wonderful Adventures") 7 38 "Houses of Hospitality," undated 7 39 "O Death in Life," undated 7 40 "Poverty - Holy & Unholy," undated 1970 7 41-42 Fragments and Untitled Manuscripts, circa 1940, 1960-1975, undated 1970 7 43 General Editorial Correspondence, 1931-1966 8 1 General Editorial Correspondence, 1967-1979, undated Series D-4: Appointment Calendars and Notebooks, Diaries, and Retreat Notes, 1934-1980. 3 cubic feet. Records kept by Dorothy Day for personal reference and reflection and as source material for her Catholic Worker columns, articles, and books. Arrangement is by type of record and chronological thereunder. 1 1 Address Book, 1953 1 2-6 Memoranda Diaries, 1936-1938, 1940-1944, 1946-1949, 1951-1957, 1961-1965, 1967, 1969-1973 2 1 Calendars, 1966, 1971, 1973, 1974 2 2-7 Notebooks, 1943-1975 3 1 Notebooks, undated 3 2-3 Fragmentary Notes, 1941- circa 1979, undated Diaries 4 1934-1953 5 1953-1959 6 1960-1966 10 1960-1966 7 1966-1973,1976 10 1966-1973, 1976 8 1972-1978 9 1-2 1979, undated 10 1980 9 3-13 Retreat Notes, 1942-1944, 1948-1967, undated Series D-5: Public Activities, 1932-1982. 3.2 cubic feet. Contains correspondence and printed matter pertaining to honors, speaking engagements, and other activities and concerns, such as her trip to Cuba (1962) and participation in the Farm Workers Strike (1973). The series is arranged by subject and chronologically thereunder. 1 1-6 General Correspondence, 1932-1963 1 7 Pilgrimage to Cuba, 1962-1963 1 8 William Worthy and Cuba, 1960-1963 2 1 Women’s Peace Pilgrimage to Rome, 1963 2 2-3 General Correspondence, 1964-1966 2 4 Vatican Council II, 4th Session (September-December 1965), 1965-1966 2 5 Third World Congress for the Lay Apostolate ( 11-15 October 1967), 1967-1968 2 6-9 General Correspondence, 1967-1972 3 1 General Correspondence, 1973 3 2 Farm Workers Strike, 1973 3 3-7 General Correspondence, 1974-1980, undated Honors, 4 1 Peace Award for 1962, War Resisters League, 30 January 1963 4 2 National Catholic Social Action Conference Award, 15 August 1964 4 3 Catholic Art Association Award, 17 August 1967 4 4 National Liturgical Conference Award, 19 August 1968 4 5 Christian Culture Award, Assumption University (Windsor, Ontario), 1 March 1970 4 6 Diakonia Service to Peace Award, Peace Institute of Siena College (Loudonville, NY), 4 October 1971 4 7 Eugene V. Debs Award, Eugene V. Debs Foundation, 16 October 1971 4 8 Pacem in Terris Peace and Freedom Award, Davenport (IA) Catholic Interracial Council, 4 November 1971 4 9 Boston College, 11-14 April 1972 (Dorothy Day Week) 4 10 Laetare Medal, University of Notre Dame, 21 May 1972 4 11 Newman Alumni Award, City College of New York, 6 October 1972 4 12 Frederic G. Melcher Book Award, Unitarian Universalist Association, 31 May 1973 (medal in File Drawer 206) 4 13 Isaac Hecker Award, Paulist Center Community (Boston), 25 January 1974 4 14 St. Vincent DePaul Medal, De Paul University, 8 May 1974 4 15 American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey, 26 October 1974 (plaque in File Drawer 206) 4 15 American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey, 26 October 1974 (plaque in File Drawer 206) 4 16 Civitas Dei Award, King’s College (Wilkes-Barre, PA), 1974 4 17 Gandhi Peace Award, Promoting Enduring Peace, Inc., 5 February 1975 4 18 Saint La Salle Medal for 1974, Manhattan College, 19 May 1975 (medal in File Drawer 206) 4 19 President’s Medal, College of Saint Benedict (St. Joseph, MN), 4 May 1976 4 20 Distinguished Service Award, Catholic Labor Institute of Los Angeles, 6 September 1976 (no file; plaque in File Drawer 206) 4 21 Poverello Medal, The College of Steubenville (Ohio), 8 May 1977 4 22 Perseverance in Faith: A Celebration of Dorothy Day’s 80th Birthday," Marquette University, 8-9 November 1977 4 23 Alexandrine Medal, The College of St. Catherine (St. Paul, MN), 21 May 1978 (medal in File Drawer 206) 4 24 National Conference of Christians and Jews, New York Region, Committee on Women’s Concerns (50 Extraordinary Women of Achievement), 7 June 1978 (scroll in File Drawer 206) 4 25 Pax Christi Peace Award, Pax Christi USA, 3 December 1978 4 26 Catholic Committee for Urban Ministry Award, 1978 4 27 Ethical Humanist Award, New York Society for Ethical Culture, 13 May 1979 4 28 Siena Medal, Siena Heights College (Adrian, MI), 13 May 1979 (Medal in File Drawer 206) 4 29 Other Honors, 1964-1978 4 30 Honors Declined, 1964-1980, undated 4 31 Honors, Nominations, 1953-1954, 1957, 1964-1965, 1978 Posthumous Honors Detroit City Council Testimonial Resolution, 15 December 1980 (in Vertical File Drawer 206) Indiana State Senate Resolution, 6 March 1981 (in Vertical File Drawer 206) 4 32 Rosemont College Peace Award (Rosemont, PA), 8 May 1982 Speaking Engagements 5 1933-1957 6 1958-1963 7 1964-1967 (includes stenographic transcription of meeting on "Social and Physical Environmental Variables as Determinants of Mental Health," Sponsored by National Institute of Mental Health, 17-19 March 1966), 8 1968-April 1974 9 May 1974-1980, undated Series D-6: Financial and Legal Records, 1897-1976. 0.9 cubic foot. Includes a photostatic copy of her birth certificate, contracts and royalty statements. 1 1 Bank Records (account book, canceled checks, deposit slips, statements), 1959-1960, 1968-1976 1 2 Baptismal Records, 12 March 1911 (photocopy), 1937 (certifies conditional baptism in Catholic church on 29 December 1927) 1 3 Birth Certificate (photostatic copy), 8 November 1897 1 4 Contracts, 1938-1974 1 5 Estates to which Dorothy Day was a Beneficiary, 1959-1974 1 6 Miscellaneous Records, 1942-1973 1 7 Passport and Related Records (trip to Cuba), 1962 1 8 Property on Staten Island, 1924-1933 1 9 Royalty Statements, 1939-1973 1 10 Tax Records, 1951-1952, 1955 1 11 Wills, 8 September 1948, June 1962 Series D-7: Publications by Dorothy Day (Excluding Books), 1916-1976. 0.9 cubic foot. Contains publications by Dorothy Day (excluding books). It is arranged in chronological order. 1 1 Writings for Socialist Publications, 1916-1918 1 2 Articles for the New Orleans Item, 1924 1 3 "Having a Baby," New Masses 4 (June 1928): 5-6. 1 4 "The Brother and the Rooster," 10 (18 September 1929): 501-503. 1 5 "Guadalupe," Commonweal 11 (26 February 1930): 477-478. 1 6 "A Letter from Mexico City," Commonweal 11 (16 April 1930): 683-684. 1 7 "Spring Festival in Mexico," Commonweal 12 (16 July 1930): 267-297. 1 8 "A Good Landlord (An Interview with Our Janitress)," New Masses 6 (October 1930); Reprinted in Writing Red: An Anthology ofAmerican Women Writers, 1930-1940 (1987), pp. 279-281. 1 9 "Bed," Commonweal 14 (27 May 1931): 100-101. 1 10 "Now We Are Home Again," Commonweal 14 (19 August 1931): 382-383. 1 11 "Notes from Florida," Commonweal 16 (22 June 1932): 212-213. 1 12 "East Twelfth Street," Commonweal 17 (30 November 1932): 128-129. 1 13 "A Human Document," Sign 12 (November 1932): 223-224; Reprinted in Sign 51 (June 1971): 13-14. 1 14 "Hunger Marchers in Washington," America 48 (24 December 1932): 277-279. 1 15 "Real Revolutionists," Commonweal 17 (11 January 1933): 293-294; letter to the editor, February 22, 1933, p. 467. 1 16 "Confession of Faith," America 48 (January 14, 1933): 354-355. 1 17 "Communism and the Intellectuals," America 48 (28 January 1933): 401-402. 1 18 "For the Truly Poor," Commonweal 17 (15 March 1933): 544-545. 1 19 "The Diabolic Plot," America 49 (29 April 1933): 82-83. 1 20 "Novena," Brooklyn Tablet, 13 May 1933, p. 7 and 20 May 1933, p. 11. 1 21 "St. John of the Cross," Commonweal 18 (14 July 1933): 287-288. 1 22 "The Catholic Worker," Rosary 83 (November 1933): 11, 30. 1 23 "Letter to the Editor, Interracial Review 7 (February 1934): 27. 1 24 "A Letter," Corpus Christi Reporter 22 (April 1934): 3-4; letter to the editor. 1 25 "Start of ‘Catholic Worker’ Described by Its Founder," Queen's Work 26 (April 1934): 3, 11. 1 26 "An Ex-Communist Describes Communistic Propaganda," Queen's Work 26 (May 1934): 3, 10. 1 27 "Letter to an Agnostic," America 51 (4 August 1934): 390-391. 1 28 "Another Letter to an Agnostic," America 51 (1 September 1934): 491-492. 1 29 "I Believe that Thou art Present," Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament, October 1934, pp. 515-518. 1 30 Letter to the Editor, Interracial Review 7 (October 1934): 132. 1 31 "Campion Club Matches Leaflet Propaganda of the Communist," Queen’s Work 27 (November 1934): 1, 8. 1 32 Letter to the Editor, Interracial Review 8 (February 1935): 33. 1 33 "Dorothy Day Writes a Letter," Preservation of the Faith, May 1935, pp. 12-13. 1 34 "Around the Clock with Dorothy Day," Queen’s Work 28 (October 1935): 5, 13. 1 35 "Communism," Preservation of the Faith, December 1935, pp. 12-13. 1 36 "Sharecroppers," America 54 (7 March 1936): 516-517. 1 37 The Mystical Body of Christ, Leaflet, hand set and printed by Thomas Barry at East Orange, NJ, August, 1936. 1 38 An Answer to Some Charges against the Catholic Worker, Pamphlet, 8 pp.; reprint of a letter which appeared in the Brooklyn Tablet, 1937. October 5, 1935, 1937 1 39 "Valiant Is the Word," Interracial Review 11 (March 1938): 44-45. 1 40 "Houses of Hospitality," Commonweal 27 (15 April 1938): 683-684. 1 41 "The House on Mott Street," Commonweal 28 (6 May 1938): 37-39; Excerpted in Commonweal 99 (16 November 1973): 163-164 (50th Anniversary Issue). 1 42 Christian Solidarity, Leaflet, hand set and printed by the Catholic Worker Press of Philadelphia, circa 1938. See: The Mystical Body of Christ (same text with different title). 1 43 Folly of Force, Catholic Worker Press Leaflet (series 1, No. 4), circa 1938. 1 44 "Fellow Worker in Christ," Orate Fratres 13 (22 January 1939): 139-141. 1 45 "From Union Square to Rome," Catholic Digest 3 (January 1939): 45-57. Condensed from the book. 1 46 "The First ‘House of Hospitality,’ Dorothy Day Tells of Six Years Work," Glasgow Observer and Scottish Catholic Herald, 16 July 1939, p. 14; Reprinted from The Catholic Worker, May 1939. 1 47 "Tale of Two Capitals," Catholic Digest 3 (September 1939): 1-5 (condensation); Also in Commonweal 30 (14 July 1939): 288-290. 1 48 "House of Hospitality," Catholic Digest 4 (January 1940): 33-38; condensed from book. 1 49 "Pensacola Fisherman," Preservation of the Faith 13 (February 1940): 8-9; Reprinted from The Catholic Worker. 1 50 "King, Ramsay, and Connor," Commonweal 31 (19 April 1940): 551-552. 1 51 "It Was a Good Dinner," Commonweal (23 August 1940): 364-365. 1 52 "The Apostolate of Letter Writing," Preservation of the Faith 14 (April 1941): 17-19. 1 53 Fight Conscription! Leaflet issued by the Catholic Worker, 1942. 1 54 "About Mary," Commonweal 39 (5 November 1943): 62-63. 1 55 "Tobacco Road," Commonweal 39 (26 November 1943): 140-141. 1 56 "The Catholic Worker," Integrity 1 (November 1946): 16-21. 1 57 "Peter and Women," Commonweal 45 (6 December 1946): 188-191. 1 58 "The ‘Catholic Worker’ Stand on Strikes," A Look At Labor, pp. 80-81; St. Paul: Excursion Books, 1946; reprinted from The Catholic Worker, July 1936; also in pamphlet printed by Thomas Barry, East Orange, NJ. , 1936. Day, Dorothy, "The Scandal of the Works of Mercy," Commonweal 51 (4 November 1947): 99-102. 1 59 A Letter to Our Readers at the Beginning of Our Fifteenth Year. Pamphlet, 13 pp.; reprinted form the May, 1947 issue of The Catholic Worker. 1 60 "A People’s Movement," Third Hour 2 (1947): 84-90. 1 61 "Things Worth Fighting For? [Letter]," Commonweal 48 (21 May 1948): 136-137. 1 62 "I Write of a Maiden," Our Lady’s Digest, September 1948, pp. 155-159. Condensed as "Dorothy Day, a Stranger, and Our Lady," Catholic Digest, May-June 1981, pp. 73-76. 1 63 "Peter Maurin, Agitator," Blackfriars 30 (September 1949): 409-415. 1 64 "New Revolt in the NMU," New Republic 122 (9 January 1950): 15-16. 1 65 "Traveling by Bus," Commonweal 51 (10 March 1950): 577-579. 1 66 "Reply to the editorial "Blood, Sweat and Tears," Commonweal 53 (29 December 1950): 300-301. 1 67 "Idea of an Agronomic University," Third Hour 5 (1951): 55-59. 1 68 "The Story of Steve Hergenhan," Commonweal 55 (11 January 1952): 352-355; excerpt from The Long Loneliness. 1 69 "No One but God," Information 66 (March 1952): 32-35; excerpt from The Long Loneliness. 1 70 "A Catholic Speaks His Mind," Commonweal 55 (4 April 1952): 640-641. 1 71 "My Love Found Home," Catholic Digest 16 (April 1952): 97-109; condensed from The Long Loneliness. 1 72 "People, Paper, and Work," Grail (April 1952): 1-7; condensed from The Long Loneliness. 1 73 "The Story of a Book," Worship 27 (April 1953): 260-261; letter to the editor. 1 74 "Problems of the Pacifist: Notes for a Talk on Peace," Life of the Spirit 8 (December 1953): 245-252 1 75 "Soup, Bread, and Smiles," Grail 35 (December 1953): 36-41. 1 76 Meditation on the Death of the Rosenbergs, Leaflet published by the American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia, PA, 1953. 1 77 "I Remember Peter Maurin," Jubilee 1 (March 1954): 34-39. Also in pamphlet published by American Friends Service Committee, 1954. 1 78 "The Catholic Worker Movement," Plough 2 (Spring 1954): 12-15. 1 79 "The Prayer of Jesus," Third Hour 6, 1954: 13-18. 1 80 "Conscience and Civil Defense," New Republic 133 (22 August 1955): 6. 1 81 "Our Friend St. Joseph," Oratory, April 1956, pp. 22-24. 1 82 "Abbe Pierre: Priest of the Immediate," Commonweal 65 (28 December 1956): 331-333. 1 83 "Prophet without Honor [Ammon Hennacy]," Third Hour 6 (1956): 10-17. 1 84 "Saint Joseph the Wonder-Worker," Jubilee 4 (March 1957): 37-39. 1 85 "Thoughts after Prison," Liberation 11 (September and October 1957): 5-7 (September) and 17-19 (October). 1 86 "We Plead Guilty," Commonweal 67 (27 December 1957): 330-333. 1 87 "From Dorothy Day [letter]," Commonweal 68 (13 June 1958): 282-283. 1 88 "Eviction," Jubilee 6 (November 1958): 28-35. 1 89 "Pilgrimage to Mexico: The Shrine at Guadalupe," Commonweal 69 (26 December 1958): 336-338. 1 90 "Abbé Pierre and the Poor," Commonweal 71 (30 October 1959): 146-148. 1 91 "All Kinds of Good Works," New York Times Book Review, October 9, 1960; review of the book Jane Addams: A Centennial Reader. 1 92 "In Memory of Ed Willock," Commonweal 73 (24 February 1961): 549-551. 1 93 "Southern Pilgrimage: Time of Trial," Commonweal 74 (31 March 1961): 10-12. 1 94 "Observations of a Traveler," Worship 35 (May 1961): 385-387. 1 95 "Poverty and Destitution," Dissent 8 (Summer 1961): 233-240. 1 96 "Crusader in Exile: A Visit with Robert Williams," Liberation (December 1962): 20-22. 1 97 "Peace Farm in New York City," Sign 43 (August 1963): 22-25+ (incomplete); excerpt from Loaves and Fishes. 1 98 "Managed News," Critic 22 (August-September 1963): 53-54. 1 99 "Fear in Our Time," Peace through Reconciliation: Proceedings of the Pax Conference Held at Spoke House, October, 1963. Addresses separately paginated; see also "Summary of the Conference," pp. 6-10. 1 100 "Pope John XXIII: The Papacy and World Peace," American Dialog 1 (July-August 1964): 8-10 1 101 "Dorothy Day Writes about Francis Cardinal McIntyre, and the Duties of the Lay Catholic," Jubilee 12 (September 1964): 38-40. 1 102 "Some Random Thoughts on Poverty," Marriage 46 (October 1964): 20-25. 1 103 "Remembrance of Things Past," Critic 24 (February-March 1965): 74-75; review of A Little Learning by Evelyn Waugh. 1 104 "A Catholic Looks at the Wars," American Dialog 2 (May-June 1965): 3-5. 1 105 "Remembering St. Francis," St. Anthony Messenger (October 1965): 38. 1 106 Day, Dorothy, Contribution to forum on lawyers Res Ipsa Loquitur 18 (Fall 1965): 7-8 (Quarterly of Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC). 1 107 "Reflections during Advent," Ave Maria 104, in four parts: 26 November and 3, 10, 17 December 1966. 2 1 "We Know What Poverty Is," Witness 3 (4 December 1966): 3. 2 2 Laymen: Vatican II’s Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity (Chicago: Catholic Action Federations, 1966), 25. 2 3 " ‘A.J.’ [Muste]: Death of a Peacemaker," Commonweal 86 (24 March 1967): 14-16. 2 4 World: Vatican II’s Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World; Part 1: The Church and Man’s Calling (Chicago: Catholic Action Federations, 1967), 55. 2 5 "Dorothy Day on Hope," Commonweal 91 (14 November 1969): 217-218. 2 6 "Adventure in Prayer," Third Hour 9 (1970): 39-45. 2 7 Writings from Prison (Sydney, Australia, 1970). Duplicated extracts from The Catholic Worker and Loaves and Fishes, prepared in connection with her anticipated trip to Australia in 1970. 2 8 "Property Is Theft," new/World Outlook 31 (March 1971): 7-9. 2 9 "Dorothy Day Remembers," Sign 51 (July 1971): 1; letter to the editor. 2 10 "A Reminiscence at 75," Commonweal 98 (10 August 1973): 424-425. 2 11 "What Do the Simple Folk Do?" CSCW (Church Society for College Work) Report 31 (November 1973): 3-6. 2 12 "All in the Same Boat," Newsday (16 March 1975) "Ideas" section, pp. 1, 10-11. Reprinted in condensed version under the title "Helping Each Other in the Great Depression" in Catholic Digest 39 (August 1975): 53-56. 2 13 "Wonderful Adventures," Fellowship 41 (March 1975): 7-9. 2 14 "The Poet and The Pauper," Harvard Advocate 108, Nos. 2 and 3 (1975): 28-29. Special issue on W. H. Auden. Series D-8: Materials Pertaining to Dorothy Day and Her Family, 1897-2003. 3 cubic feet. Newspaper clippings, articles and unpublished essays, and topical files, arranged chronologically within these categories. Articles and press clippings concerning honors, speaking engagements, and other specific activities of Dorothy Day are filed in Series D-5. Articles, Manuscripts, and Theses, 1 1 "Dorothy Day Has Made a Major Contribution to American Catholicism," Today 3 (1 May 1948): 3-6. 1 2 Fremantle, Anne, "The Work of Dorothy Day in the Slums," Catholic World 170 (February 1950): 333-337. 1 3 Kent, Edmund, "Dorothy Day: An Interview," Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 39 (June 1950): 176-186. 1 4 Reinhold, H.A., "The Long Loneliness of Dorothy Day," Commonweal 55 (29 February 1952): 521-522. 1 5 Macdonald, Dwight, "The Foolish Things of the World," The New Yorker 28 (4, 11 October 1952). 4 October: pp. 37-56 passim; 11 October: pp. 37-52 passim. Condensed in Thirteen for Christ, edited by Melville Harcourt (New York: Sheed and Ward, 1963), pp. 232-254. 1 6 Willock, Ed, "Dorothy Day and the Family," Torch 38 (June-July 1954): 7-9. 1 7 Scanlon, Simon, "Lady Unafraid: An Interview with Dorothy Day," Way of St. Francis 16 (June 1960): 27-31. 1 8-9 Theology Course Papers on Dorothy Day, Spring 1961. 1 10 Barra, Juan, Dorotea Day: La Ultima Palabra Es El Amor. 2nd edition. Barcelona: Ediciones Domingo Savio, 1961. 1 11 Pesta, John, "The Apostolate of Example," Quill (Central Catholic High School, Allentown, PA), 1961, pp. 14-15. 1 12 Prosen, Anthony, S.J., "Dorothy Day and a Humane Ethics," 1964. 1 13 Typescript article submitted to Cross and Crown, but rejected for publication at Dorothy Day’s request. (Handwritten Notes on MS are by DD.) 1 14 "Property – An Interview with Dorothy Day: ‘The More Common It Becomes, the More Holy It Becomes,’" Georgia Bulletin 1 February 1965, p. 3. 1 15 "Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker," Our Sunday Visitor, 16 January 1966, pp. 8-10. Two Articles: "Who Can Dismiss Her Christianity," by Katherine Oriez, and "It Could have Been So Different," by Daniel Lyons. 1 16 Cook, Bruce, "Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker," U.S. Catholic 31 (March 1966): 6-15. 1 17 Cook, Bruce, "The Real Dorothy Day," U.S. Catholic 31 (April 1966): 25-31. 1 18 Schroth, Raymond A., S.J., "Dorothy Day," America 119 (19 October 1968): 357. 1 19 Eustace, Sister Frances Regis, C.S.J., " ‘On Pilgrimage’ " with Dorothy Day: Unique Sabbatical," Keynote (The College of St. Rose) 3 (Spring 1969): 3-6. 1 20 McDonald, Mary Ann, "Dorothy Day Today," Student paper – Sociology, May 18, 1970. 1 21 "Dorothy Day Talks to Roadrunner," Roadrunner 20 (1970). 1 22 Povertá Come Scelta: Un ’ora con Dorothy Day; Pauvrete Volontaire: Une Heure Avec Dorothy Day. (Rome: RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana,1970). 1970). 1 23 Macdonald, Dwight, "Revisiting Dorothy Day," New York Review of Books, January 23, 1971, pp. 12-19. 1 24 Corbin, Martin, "Dorothy Day," Lamp 69 (January 1971): 16. 1 25 Iswolsky, Helene, "Dorothy Day," Lamp 69 (January 1971): 11-12. 1 26 Pryke, Roger, "Day by Day," Power 3 (February 1971): 7-9. 1 27 Magalis, Elaine, and Shelly Rusten (photographs), "Dorothy Day and the Foolishness of Christ," New World Outlook 31, n.s. (July 1971): 12-18. Color photograph of Dorothy Day on cover. 1 28 Dietrich, Jeff and Susan Pollock, "Dorothy Holds Forth," Catholic Agitator, December 1971, pp. 1-2. Interview. 1 29 "An Interview with Dorothy Day," National Jesuit News, May 1972, pp.8-10. Conducted by Dean Brackley and Dennis Dillon, January 28, 1972. 1 30 "Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement" (Special Issue), America 127 (11 November 1972). 1 31 Auden, W. H., "Happy Birthday, Dorothy Day," New York Review of Books, December 14, 1972, pp. 3-4. 1 32 Cort, John C., "Dorothy Day at 75," Commonweal 97 (February 23, 1973): 475-476. 1 33 McCarthy, Colman, "Colman McCarthy on Dorothy Day," New Republic 168 (24 February 1973): 30-33. 1 34 Fitch, Bob, "Dorothy Day, Witness to a Radical Faith," Youth 24 (May 1973): 34-43. 1 35 Forest, Jim, "Dorothy Day," Green Revolution, May 1973, pp. 2-3. 1 36 Lavine, Douglas, "Dorothy Day: 40 Years of Works of Mercy," National Catholic Reporter, June 8, 1973, pp. 5-8, 17-18. 1 37 Fraisse, Lucien, "Une Grande Dame Amèricaine: Dorothy Day," Information Catholiques Intenationales, no. 466 (15 October 1974): 16-19. 1 38 McGowan, Patricia, "Somebody Loves You When You’re Down andOut," US Catholic 40 (October 1975): 28-31. Condensed under the title "Dorothy Day Comes to Visit," in Catholic Digest, April 1975, pp. 42-47. 1 39 Miller, William D., "The Church and Dorothy Day," Critic 35 (Fall 1976): 62-70. 1 40 Michaelson, Wes, and Jim Wallis, "Dorothy Day: Exalting Those of Low Degree," Sojourners 5 (December 1976): 16-19. 1 41 Jessup, Hubert D., with Joseph L. Walsh, "Dorothy Day and Simone Weil: The Fruits of Religious Conviction," in Simone Weil: Live Like Her? Cambridge: Technology and Culture Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976. 2 1 McCarthy, Abigail, "Confronting Dorothy Day," Commonweal 104 (May 13, 1977): 297, 317-318. 2 2 Mayer, Milton, "A Dollar for Dorothy," Progressive 41 (November 1977): 40-41. 2 3 "Un Richiamo alla Letizia: Il Commento di Dorothy Day," Il Sabato (Milan), October 7, 1978, p. 4. 2 4 Howard, Jane, "The Radical Love of Dorothy Day," Notre Dame Magazine 8 (December 1979): 10-13. 2 5 Friedmann, F. G., "Dorothy Day und der ‘Catholic Worker,’" Stimmen der Zeit (Munich) 198 (March 1980): 195-200. 2 6 Miller, William D., "Dorothy Day, 1897-1980: ‘All Was Grace,’" America 143 (13 December 1980): 382-386. 2 7 O’Brien, David J., "The Pilgrimage of Dorothy Day," Commonweal 107 (19 December 1980): 711-715. 2 8 Mayer, Milton, "God’s Panhandler," The Progressive 45 (February 1981): 14-15. 2 9 Egan, Eileen, "The Final Word is Love: Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement," Cross Currents 30 (Winter 1980-1981): 377-384. Also in CommonwealEl Ciervo (Barcelona) 30 (March 1981): 24-27. 2 10 Gregory, Judith, "Remembering Dorothy Day," America 144 (25 April 1981): 344-347. 2 11 Berrigan, Father Daniel, "A Modest Proposal: A Day to Remember," U.S. Catholic 46 (May 1981): 30-32. 2 12 Coles, Robert, "Dorothy Day," New Republic 184 (6 June 1981): 29-32. 2 13 Cornell, Tom, "Dorothy Day Remembered," Sign 60 (June 1981): 5-11, 54. 2 14 Forest, James, "Dorothy Day and the Sermon on the Mount," Other Side 17 (August 1981): 15-21. 2 15 Barthel, Charles W., "‘The Angry but Obedient Daughter’: The Gift of Dorothy Day to Twentieth Century Spirituality," Master of Divinity paper, Kenrick Seminary, 1981. 2 16 Hugo, Rev. John J., "Dorothy Day: Apostle of the Industrial Age," Privately printed (1981). Previously published in the Pittsburgh Catholic. 2 17 Heron, Rev. Thomas, "Conversion: A Biblical, Philosophical and Lived Reality," Typescript paper, Religious Studies Department, St.Charles Seminary, Philadelphia, 1982. 2 18 Wills, Gary, "The Dragooned Saint," Sojourners 11 (September 1982): 35-37. 2 19 Vree, Dale, "A Radical Holiness," Commonweal 100 (6 May 1983): 266-269. 2 20 Roberts, Nancy L., "Dorothy Day’s Vision of Journalism," Paper presented to the History Division at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Convention, Corvallis, Oregon, August 1983. 2 21 Wills, Gary, "Dorothy Day at the Barricades," Esquire 100 (December 1983): 228-232. In the Golden Anniversary Special Issue, "50 Who Made A Difference: A Celebration of Fifty American Originals." 2 22 Campbell, Debra, "The Catholic Earth Mother: Dorothy Day and Women’s Power in the Church," Cross Currents 34 (Fall 1984): 270-282. 2 23 Cunneen, Sally, "Dorothy Day: The Storyteller as Human Model," Cross Currents 34 (Fall 1984): 283-293. 2 24 Naughton, Michael J. "A Selected Annotated Bibliography on the Writings of Dorothy Day," 1984. 2 25 Purpura, Mary, "Dorothy Day: Legacy of a Catholic Radical," Senior honors thesis, Wesleyan University, 1984. 2 26 Jordan, Patrick, "Dorothy Day: Still a Radical," Commonweal 112 (29 November 1985): 665-669. 2 27 Tavani, Bob, "Beauty will Save the Earth: A Memory of Dorothy Day," Minneapolis Catholic Worker 10 (April 1986): 6-8. 2 28 Miller, William D., "The Gospel of Peace: Dorothy Day and Father John Hugo," Studies in Formative Spirituality 7 (November 1986): 371-380. 2 29 Miller, William D., "Dorothy Day and Simone Weil: Two Who Loved God," New Oxford Review 55 (March 1988): 22-25. 2 30 O’Connor, June, "Dorothy Day and Gender Identity: The Rhetoric and the Reality," Horizons 15 (Spring 1988): 7-20. 2 31 Hanley, Boniface, O.F.M., "A Hunger for Justice," Anthonian 62 (1988): 3-29. 2 32 Brandon-Falcone, Janice, "A Different Voice: Women and the American Peace Movement [Jane Addams and Dorothy Day]," Paper presented at the University of Illinois, March 1989. 2 33 Deedy, John, "Dorothy Day: The Rich Life of a Poor Woman," Commonweal 9 (November/December 1989): 16-21. 2 34 O’Connor, June, "Dorothy Day’s Christian Conversion," Journal of Religious Ethics 17 (Spring 1990): 159-180. 2 35 O'Connor, June, "Dorothy Day as Autobiographer," Religion 20 (1990): 275-295. 2 36 Lynch, Thomas A., "Dorothy Day and Cardinal McIntyre: Not Poles Apart," Church 8 (Summer 1992): 10-15. 2 37 Merriman, Brigid, O.S.F., "Called to Be Holy: Dorothy Day and the Retreat Movement," Notre Dame, IN: Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism, University of Notre Dame. Working Paper Series 24, No. 2, Fall 1992. 2 38 O’Brien, David J., "Transforming the Tension: The Example of Dorothy Day," CCICA Annual 11 (1992): 53-64. 2 39 Scott, David, "The Downward Path that Leads to Salvation: Toward a Theology of Dorothy Day," M.A. thesis, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 1992. 2 40 Wells, John, "Dorothy Day [Fifth draft of script for Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story]," 1992. 3 1 Ryan, Cheney, "The One Who Burns Herself for Peace," Hypatia 9 (Spring 1994): 21-39. 3 2 Wuller, Mary K., "The Lay Spirituality of Dorothy Day," Paper presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting, October 1995. 3 3 Mize, Sandra Yocum, "Dorothy Day’s Apologia for Faith after Marx," Horizons 22 (Fall 1995): 198-213. 3 4 Gregory, David L., "Dorothy Day’s Lessons for the Transformation of Work," HHofstra Labor Law Journal 14 (Fall 1996): 57-150. 3 5 Jordan, Patrick, "An Appetite for God: Dorothy Day at 100," Commonweal 124 (24 October 1997): 12-17. 3 6 Jablonski, Carol, "Inventing a Reputation: Holy Celebrity and its Problems," Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, November 1997. 3 7 Casarella, Peter, "Sisters in Doing the Truth: Dorothy Day and St. Thérèse of Lisieux," Communio 24 (Fall 1997): 468-498. 3 8 Zwick, Mark and Louise, "Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement," Communio 24 (Fall 1997): 415-467. 3 9 "The Dorothy Day Centennial, 1897-1997," Fellowship 63 (November/December 1997). Special issue, guest edited by Patrick G. Coy, with contributions from Charles Chatfield, Eileen Egan, and Rosalie G. Riegle. 3 10 Jensen, Sande Kelsey, "Heaven’s Hinge: An Exploration of Dorothy Day’s Devotion to the Undeserving Poor," M.Div thesis, Saint Francis Seminary, 1997. 3 11 Coles, Robert, "On Moral Leadership: Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin in Tandem," America 178 (6 June 1998): 5-14. 3 12 Jablonski, Carol J. "Dorothy Day's Contested Legacy: 'Humble Irony' as a Constraint on Memory." Journal of Communication and Religion 23 (March 2000): 29-49. 3 13 Bozza, Mary Louise, "Dorothy Day: On Love for God, Neighbor, and Self," Senior honors thesis, Boston College, 2003. 3 14 Geddes, Mary, "An Interview with Dorothy Day," undated On The Catholic Worker. 3 15 Pol, Heinz, "The Woman Washington Fears," (Translation-German into English), undated 3 16 Tellings, Francois, S.J. Dorothy Day: L’amour mène à Dieu. No. 55 in series "Convertis du XXe Siècle." Brussels: Foyer Notre-Dame, undated Newspaper Clippings, 4 1925, 1934-1980 5 1981-1996 6 1997- Subject File, 7 1 Academic Transcript from the University of Illinois (photocopy), 1916 7 2 Batterham, Forster, 1917, 1985 (copy of draft registration card and obituary) 7 3 Birthday Cards and Letters, 1976-1979, undated 7 4 Canonization Process, 1982- 7 5 Cards and Scrolls Depicting Dorothy Day, or Quoting from her Writings, circa 1991, undated 7 6 Day, Donald, 1915, 1940, 1942, 1945-1948, 1966, 1993, undated 7 7 Day Family, circa 1897-1997 7 8 Day, John and Tessa, 1932 (letters from Dorothy Day) 7 9 Funeral and Memorial Services, 1980-1986 8 1 Letters to Dorothy Day from School Children, 1978, 1980 8 2 Poems sent to Dorothy Day, 1938-1980, undated (By Raymond E. F. Larsson, Daniel Marshall, Deane Mowrer, et al) 8 3 Remembrances of Dorothy Day Sent to the New York Catholic Worker, 1981 8 4 Varia about Dorothy Day, 1948-1980, undated Series D-9: Memorabilia, circa 1936, undated. 1.6 cubic feet. Consists of typical clothing, the straw hat worn at the time of Day's last arrest in support of the striking farm workers in 1973, and a runner handloomed by Day. 1 Runner handloomed by Dorothy Day, circa 1936 (gift of Nina Polcyn Moore) 1 Clothing worn by Dorothy Day: belt , coat, night gowns (2), scarves (2), stockings (2), undated 2 Straw hat worn by Dorothy Day when she was arrested in support of farm workers in 1973 3 Last typewriter used by Dorothy Day (acquired circa 1974)