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Subject is exactly "Catholic Church--United States--Clergy."
Cornerstone laying by Cardinal Dougherty
Photograph of Cardinal Dougherty performing a cornerstone laying ceremony for an unknown building. Cornerstone is dated 1921 in photograph. Photographer unknown.
Memorial Mass under the auspices of the Army and Navy Union, celebrated at the Navy Yard, Charlestown, May 21st, 1916
Hand-colored photograph. Latter part of caption reads "Baldacchino and Altar made by A. D. Nardini, Boston, Mass." Photographer unknown.
Farewell dinner tendered to The Most Reverend Ralph Leo Hayes D.D. on the occasion of his departure for the Eternal City, November 16, 1935. The Waldorf-Astoria. November 14, 1935
Photograph of the farewell dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, N.Y. for the Most Rev. Ralph Leo Hayes on the occasion of his departure for Rome. Photographer's stamp appears in bottom right corner.
Testimonial dinner to Most Reverend Hugh L. Lamb, D.D., V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Phila. by the Philadelphia Archdiocesan Holy Name Union. Penn Athletic Club, April 22, 1936
Photograph of dinner in honor of Bishop Hugh Lamb at the Penn Athletic Club. Photographer's mark appears in bottom left corner.
Foundation Meeting of the Catholic Theological Society of America. Hotel Commodore. June 26, 1946
Photograph of luncheon at meeting of Catholic Theological Society of America in New York. Photographer's mark appears in bottom right corner.
Anniversary Dinner, 1923-1948, Msgr. C. F. Lawniczak. May 26, 1948, Phila., Pa.
Photograph of Silver Anniversary Dinner in honor of Msgr. Casimir F. Lawniczak, pastor of St. John Cantius Parish (Polish), Philadelphia, Pa. Photographer's mark appears in bottom right corner.
Three men, seated, one in clerical garb
Photograph of three men seated, one in clerical garb (Msgr. Bonner?). Housed in folder. Title devised by cataloger. Photographer unknown.
Students of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary (may include faculty).
Taken in front of theology building. Title devised by cataloger.
Rev. Charles Carter
Portrait photograph of Rev. Charles Carter(?). Photographer unknown. Undated.
Portrait photograph of unidentified priest. Signed by Hansbury in bottom right corner.