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Edward Aloysius Pace

An inventory of Edward Aloysius Pace Papers at The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives


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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The Catholic University of America, The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
Creator: Edward Aloysius Pace, 1861-1938
Title: The Edward Aloysius Pace Papers
Dates: 1887-1963
Extent: 8 linear feet; 16 boxes; 5 oversize items
Abstract: The Edward Aloysius Pace Collection consists primarily of documents from Monsignor Pace's academic and professional career in education. The papers are made up of correspondence and related documents from Pace's work with the Catholic Education Association, the NCWC Department of Education and his tenure as General Secretary and Vice Rector at The Catholic University of America. The papers also contain Pace's academic and professional writings on education, psychology, philosophy, and theology.
Collection Number: ACUA 064
Language: English

Biographical Note

Edward Aloysius Pace was born on July 3, 1861 in Starke, Florida to George Edward and Margaret (Kelly) Pace. He was the oldest of eight children. While born in Florida, he lived his first four years in Nova Scotia, Canada with his mother and maternal grandfather. After the Civil War, he and his mother returned to Florida. His father was a Methodist, but Pace was raised Catholic. He attended local elementary school in Starke and Duval High School in Jacksonville until 1874. He attended St. Charles College in Ellicott, Maryland, graduating in 1880. He continued his studies at the North American College of Rome. He received his Bachelor of Sacred Theology in 1883 and Doctorate of Sacred Theology in 1886. He was ordained a priest in 1885 in Rome.

While studying in Rome, Pace became a protegé of Monsignor Francesco Satolli, the foremost Thomist scholar at the College of Propaganda and future Apostolic delegate to the United States. Pace distinguished himself as a student of Thomistic philosophy and represented the North America College in Rome in a scholastic debate held in the presence of Pope Leo XIII. Following his ordination, the bishop of St. Augustine called Pace back to become the rector of the Cathedral in St. Augustine, FL in 1886. He continued in that position until 1888. At that time, the first Rector of The Catholic University of America (CUA), Rev. John J. Keane, invited Pace to become the first professor of Psychology at the newly established university. Pace needed to complete his education in Psychology and returned to Europe in 1888. He studied under Wilhelm Wundt at the University of Leipzig and received his doctorate in 1891, writing his dissertation on Herbert Spencer's theory of evolution. ("Das Relativitatsprincip in Herbert Spencer's Psychologischer Entweicklunjslehere"). During that time, he also studied biology and psychology at the Universities of Louvain and Paris. Pace became a professor of psychology and philosophy at CUA in 1891 and remained in Washington, D.C. until his death in 1938. He retired from active work in 1935 and entered Providence Hospital. However, Pace maintained close ties to the university and often returned to CUA for special occasions.

Throughout his long academic career, Pace occupied many roles within the university and beyond. He was dean of the school of Philosophy from 1895-1899, 1906-1914, and from 1934-1935. He taught classes in philosophy and psychology and established the first psychological laboratory at CUA. He became Director of Studies at CUA in 1912, General Secretary in 1918, and Vice-Rector September 23, 1924.

While an active administrator of CUA, Pace continued to contribute academically in the fields of philosophy, psychology, theology, and education. Pace helped to establish several academic journals, including the Catholic University Bulletin, the Catholic Education Review, New Scholasticism, Studies in Psychology and Psychiatry, and Psychological Monographs. He distinguished himself as a Thomistic scholar and many of his publications dealt with St. Thomas Aquinas. Pace also continued to publish articles on psychology and he integrated questions of Catholicism into his work on modern psychology. Pace wrote extensively on religious and higher education. His scholastic efforts in philosophy and theology led to his work on the pastoral letter for the American bishops in 1919.

Pace became involved in education and the development of Catholic University as well as Catholic higher education throughout the United States. His writings which included various philosophical and psychological matters also touched upon educational theories. He helped establish various scholarly journals pertaining to education, such as the Catholic Education Review, New Scholastism, and the Catholic Encyclopedia of which he was the editor. He was the Vice President of the American Counsel of Education in 1924 and president in 1926. He worked with the Catholic Education Association, later the National Catholic Education Association, and the Department of Education of the National Catholic Welfare Council/Conference.

Pace's devotion to higher education led to his role as co-founder of Trinity College. He was particularly invested in higher education for women and taught at Catholic Sisters College. His dedication to Trinity College made him a particular favorite among the graduating classes, who repeatedly ask Pace to speak at the commencements and baccalaureate masses. Pace was also the dean of the Institute of Pedagogy in New York City. This institute was devoted to the education of Catholic school teachers in public and private institutions.

Among the many honors Pace received during his life, he was awarded the Papal Medal Pro Ecelesia et pontifice and was elevated to Monsignor in 1920. Georgetown University decorated Pace with the Camillo Cardinal Mazzella Academy of Philosophy award in 1935.

Monsignor Pace died April 26, 1938 at Providence Hospital, Washington, DC.

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Scope and Contents

The Edward Aloysius Pace Collection consists primarily of documents from Monsignor Pace's academic and professional career in education. The papers are made up of correspondence and related documents from Pace's work with the Catholic Education Association (later the National Catholic Education Association), the NCWC Department of Education and his tenure as General Secretary and Vice Rector at CUA. The papers also contain Pace's academic and professional writings on education, psychology, philosophy, and theology.

The Pace Collection is divided into four series: Professional Papers, Personal Professional Papers, Professional Writings, and Oversize Papers. Pace did not leave very many personal papers; a few items are found within Series 3 and 4. Series 1, the Professional Papers, contains four boxes covering the years from 1890 to 1930. The majority of the papers from this series revolve around education and the development of educational standards for Catholic institutions and educators. This series has information on the CUA Institute of Pedagogy in New York City, the American Council on Education, the Catholic Education Association, and the Department of Education of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. Finally, there is one box containing official correspondence which includes the years of his time as Vice Rector.

Series 2, the Personal Professional Papers, consist of three boxes. There is one box of correspondence and two boxes of miscellaneous personal memorabilia. The correspondence, organized by year, are primarily invitations to speak and requests for information. While the correspondence span Pace's years at CUA, the majority of the letters are from the nineteen-teens and the first half of the nineteen-twenties. The remaining two boxes of Series 2 contain personal memorabilia, such as invitations, programs from ceremonies, Pace's diploma from the University of Leipzig, and various newspaper clippings.

Series 3, Professional Writings, include nine boxes of Pace's academic and professional work. The first box in this series, Box 8, contains the notes and rough draft of a proposed edited collection of Edward Pace's writings compiled by John K. Ryan, School of Philosophy. Ryan attempted to publish Pace's writings in the 1960s. There is a rough draft of an introduction to this edited collection. The box also includes Ryan's notes. Ryan was also responsible for a bibliography of Pace's work. The remaining six boxes of Series 3 consist of Pace's school notebooks, books and dissertation from his time in Europe in box 9, his academic professional writings in boxes 10-11, his numerous publications, lecture notes and speeches in boxes 12-13, his writing on the development of education at CUA in box 14, and miscellaneous in boxes 15-16. The writings cover several topics: education, religious education, psychology, and philosophy. Series 4, Oversize, consists of five personal items.

The Pace collection does not contain a large amount of personal items. There isn't any personal correspondence and the few items found in these papers are related to Dr. Pace's long teaching career. The strengths of this collection are the education and philosophy files. Pace's writings on Thomas Aquinas and higher education are particularly helpful.

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Arrangement

The Edward Aloysius Pace Collection consists of four series:





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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

There are no access restrictions

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Donated by Monsignor Maurice S. Sheehy, Monsignor John K. Ryan, and the Very Rev. Walter J. Schmitz in 1957, 1965, and 1970.

Processing Information

Processing completed in February 2000 by Mary Beth Fraser. EAD markup completed in February 2006 by Leslie Knoblauch.

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Related Material

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives:

National Catholic Education Association Records

United States Catholic Conference Department of Education Records

Other Repositories:

The Archives of Trinity College, Washington, DC

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.


Persons:
Pace, Edward A. (Edward Aloysius), 1861-1938

Organizations:
Catholic University of America
National Catholic Education Association
National Catholic Welfare Conference Department of Education

Places:
New York (N.Y.)
Washington (D.C.)

Subjects:
Education, Higher
Philosophy
Psychology


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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Professional Papers, 1902-1933 (4 Boxes)
Series 1, the Professional Papers, contains four boxes covering the years from 1890 to 1930. The majority of the papers from this series revolve around education and the development of educational standards for Catholic institutions and educators. This series has information on the CUA Institute of Pedagogy in New York City, the American Council on Education, the Catholic Education Association, and the Department of Education of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. Finally, there is one box containing official correspondence which includes the years of his time as Vice Rector.
Subseries 1.1: CUA Institute of Pedagogy in New York City, 1902-1904 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
1 1 Correspondence, J.V. Crowe, June, 1903-September, 1903
  2 Correspondence, F.P. Duffy, February-July, 1903, nd
  3 Correspondence, J.H. Hoaren, January 1, 1903-August 15, 1903
  4 Correspondence, Charles H. McCarthy, June 18, 1902-June 4, 1903
  5 Correspondence, J.H. McMahon, February 25, 1902-July 22, 1903
  6 Official Memoranda and Correspondence relating to the Institute fo Pedagogy , March 16, 1902-October 21, 1904
  7 Correspondence, Students of Institute, January 17, 1902-October 12, 1904, n.d.
  8 Miscellaneous Correspondence, ca. 1902-1904
Subseries 1.2: American Council on Education, 1918-1923 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
2 1 Kennedy, American Council on Education, 1918-1923
  2 American Council on Education, 1918, n.d.
  3 American Council on Education, 1920
  4 American Council on Education, January 1921-June 1921
  5 American Council on Education, September 1921-December, 1921
  6 American Council on Education, 1922, n.d.
  7 American Council on Education, 1923, n.d.
  8 American Council on Education, 1919-1928
  9 American Council on Education, 1899-1930, n.d.
Subseries 1.3: Catholic Education Association, 1911-1922, NCWC Department of Education, 1919-1923, 1929-1930 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
3 1 Kennedy, CEA, Correspondence, Rev. Francis W. Howard, 1907(1911-1919)
  2 CEA, Correspondence, Rev. Francis W. Howard, 1920-1922
  3 NCWC, Department of Education, September 1919-1920, n.d.
  4 NCWC, Department of Education, 1920
  5 NCWC, Department of Education, Correspondence, Fox, Hanna, Hill, Keogh, W. Kane, R.McHugh, Slutern, Stack, 1921
  6 NCWC, Department of Education, Correspondence, Rt. Rev., Monsignor Francis W. Howard, March 14, 1921
  7 NCWC, Department of Education, Correspondence (A.C. Monahon, Director), 1921
  8 NCWC, Department of Education, Correspondence, James H. Ryan, 1920
  9 NCWC, Department of Education, Correspondence, James H. Ryan, Secretary, 1921
  10 NCWC, Department of Education, Teacher Standards, Training questions, Gertrude Heilgairn, Agnes Regan, 1921
  11 NCWC, Department of Education, Correspondence, Fox, Kelly, McGrath, Page, J. H. Ryan, 1922-1923, 1929-1930
Subseries 1.4: Official Correspondence, 1890-1933 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
4 1 Kennedy, Correspondence from Diocesan Archives Regarding Pace, n.d.
  2 Rev. Désiré Joseph Mercier, 1889-1890
  3 Rev. John J. Keane, 1887-1890, n.d.
  4 Faculty Matters, 1890-1910
  5 Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education, 1912-1928
  6 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1898, 1891, 1902
  7 General Correspondence, A-B, 1898(1912-1918)
  8 General Correspondence, C, 1914-1917
  9 Thomas J. Conaty, Bishop, Los Angeles, Former Rector CUA, 1915
  10 General Correspondence, D, 1913-1918
  11 General Correspondence, E-G, 1915-1917
  12 General Correspondence, H, 1914-1917
  13 Most Rev. Edward J. Hanna, LL, Archbishop of San Francisco, 1915, 1917-1918
  14 General Correspondence, I-L, 1914-1919
  15 General Correspondence, M, 1913-1917
  16 General Correspondence, O-R, 1915-1917
  17 Rt. Rev. William T. Russell, DD, Bishop of Charleston, 1917-1918
  18 Daniel W. Shea, Dean, Faculty of Science, 1914-1916
  19 General Correspondence, S, 1912-1917
  20 General Correspondence, T-W, 1913-1919, n.d.
  21 General Correspondence, 1916, 1917, 1933, n.d.
                       
Series 2: Personal Professional Papers, 1898-1963 (3 boxes)
Personal professional papers contain financial statements, deeds, one folder of correspondence from Cardinal Désiré Joseph Mercier, correspondence organized by year, various subjects, invitations to speak, requests for information, Pace's diploma from Leipzig, various invitations to celebrations for clergy, to speak as guest lecturer, programs from the National Conference of Catholic Charities, a spiritual bouquet, a sketch of Pace (n.d.), advertisements, financial and other records of the St. Charles College alumni fund, Vatican admission tickets, Programs for a public symposium on epistemology, and memorial booklets and clippings from the Edward A. Pace Day, Stark, FL.
Subseries 2.1: Personal Correspondence, 1898-1938 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
5 1 Bills, International Book Orders, 1900-1912, n.d.
  2 Correspondence, Fragments, 1898-1914, n.d.
  3 Cardinal Désiré Joseph Mercier, 1910, 1912
  4 Correspondence and Related Materials, 1915-1916
  5 Correspondence, 1917-1918
  6 Correspondence, 1919-1920
  7 Correspondence, 1921, n.d.
  8 Correspondence, 1922-1923, n.d.
  9 Correspondence, 1925-1926, n.d.
  10 Correspondence, 1925, 1926-1938, n.d.
  11 Correspondence from Various Cardinals, 1901-1925
  12 Deeds, 1915-1917
Subseries 2.2: Miscellaneous Personal Papers, 1890-1926, 1962 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
6 1 History of Philosophy Notes, Letter from Edward R. Knowles, 1902, n.d.
  2 Diploma, Universitat Leipzig, 1890
  3 Invitations Celebrating Anniversaries and Consecrations of Clergy, A-H, 1912-1923, n.d.
  4 Invitations Celebrating Anniversaries and Consecrations of Clergy, K-Z, 1912-1923
  5 Invitations Various Celebrations, Lectures, Diners, A-K, 1910-1922
  6 Invitations Various Celebrations, Lectures, Diners, L-Z, 1910-1922
  7 Invitations Various Celebrations, Lectures, Diners, L-Z, 1910-1922
  8 Programs, National Conference of Catholic Charities, etc., 1910-1920, n.d.
  9 Spiritual Bouquet, 1926, Palm Sunday
  10 Sketch of E.A. Pace, [Artist-Feeir Diltares (?)], 1962
Subseries 2.3: Miscellaneous Personal Papers, 1901-1963 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
7 1 Advertisement, Purnell Art Company, n.d.
  2 "Montebello" Chester, NS, August 15, 1901
  3 Alumni Fund, St. Charles College, Maryland and Financial Records, 1923, 1923-1924
  4 Alumni Fund, St. Charles College, Maryland, 1924
  5 Admission Tickets to Various Ceremonies at St. Peter's (Rome) and the Vatican Palace, 1925
  6 Programs, Public Symposium in Epistemology, March 31, 1933
  7 Monsignor Edward A. Pace Day, Stark, Florida, May 3, 1963
  8 Memorial Booklets, Cards, 1938, 1961, 1963
  9 Newspaper Clippings, 1933,1935, 1938
  10 Telegram announcement of Pace's death, 1938
  11 Pace photograph of honorary degree, 1935
                       
Series 3: Professional Writings, 1887-1963 (7 boxes)
Professional writings contain John K. Ryan's unpublished edited collection of the writings of Edward Pace, folders of correspondence to and from John K. Ryan regarding manuscript and drafts, notes and reference materials, Pace's notebooks kept while in school in Europe, notebooks containing information from classes on Physiology, Zoology, and Psychology in German, Latin, French, and English, copy of Pace's dissertation in German and translated into English, various articles regarding psychology, theology, philosophy, and education written while at CUA, files previously organized into three groups (A, B, C) possibly by John K. Ryan, various articles and lecture notes regarding psychology, theology, philosophy, and education, one folder of Pace's students' papers, Bishop's Pastoral letter 1919, various published articles on education, philosophy, and psychology, one file of lecture notes (history of education), two volumes of bound lecture notes, theological publications, three folders of writings on St. Thomas Aquinus, folders consisting of various publications organized by year, drafts of constitutional changes for CUA in English and Latin, writings pertaining to the development of CUA, library donations, and education, and programs from CUA convocation.
Subseries 3.1: "Collected Writings of Edward A. Pace," Unpublished Manuscript, Materials and Notes of John K. Ryan, c.1940-1963 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
8 1 Newspaper Clippings-Pace Day, Stark, FL, 1963
  2 Biographical Information A, n.d.
  3 Biographical Information B, n.d.
  4 Correspondence, John K. Ryan relating to Pace Edited Collection, Unpub., 1940-1963
  5 Notes of John K. Ryan, "Collected Writings of Edward A. Pace," unpublished, n.d.
  6 John K. Ryan ed., "Collected Writings of Edward A. Pace," Introduction, draft, n.d.
  7 Reference Materials, Miscellaneous, John K. Ryan A, n.d.
  8 Reference Materials, Miscellaneous, John K. Ryan B, n.d.
  9 Note Cards, E. A. Pace Bibliography, A (envelope), n.d.
  10 Note Cards, E. A. Pace Bibliography, B (envelope), n.d.
Subseries 3.2: Pace, Academic Writings, School in Europe, 1887-1891, ND (1 box)
 
Box Folder
9 1 Notebook, Leuckart, Zoology (German), April-July, n.d.
  2 Notebook, Psychology, April-May, n.d.
  3 Notebook, Bibliography from History of Philosophy Windelband, 1900, Part III, Philosophy of the Middle Ages, n.d.
  4 Notebook, Leuckart [Physiology?], October-January [1890-1?]
  5 Notebook, Physiology (German/English), May-July, 1891
  6 Notebook, Zoology, Leuckart, April-August, 1890
  7 Notebook, Physiology, Ludwig, April-July, 1890
  8 Notebook, Psychology (German), October-January, 1890-1891
  9 Notebook, AMD? Thesis 30-75 (Latin), n.d.
  10 Notebook, Paris, Chemistry (French), Psychology-Hypnotism (English), 1889, 1891
  11 Notebook, Psychology, n.d.
  12 Manuale Cleucorem, (1868), (Latin) owned by Pace, Student in Rome, 1881
  13 Cour de Philosophie selon S. Thomas d'Aquin par le Professeru D. Mercier La Psychologie [fragile], 1887-1888
  14 "Das Relativitatsprincip in Herbert Spencer's Psychologischer Entweicklunjslehere," von Edward Pace, Leipzig [dissertation], 1891
  15 Pace, "The Principle of Relativity in Herbert Spencer's Doctrine of Psychological Evolution," [dissertation], translated by Leonard J. Frick (?), n.d.
Subseries 3.3: Pace, Academic Professional Writings, 1905-1930 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
10 1 Writings (Reprints), c. 1915-1927
  2 Writings "Folder A" 1-14, c. 1923-1929, n.d.
  3 Writings "Folder A" 15-20, 1924, 1930, n.d.
  4 Writings "Folder B," 1-10 , 1905, 1927, n.d.
  5 Writings "Folder B," 11-20 , 1923, 1926, 1927, n.d.
  6 Writings "Folder C," 1-14, 1923, 1924, 1926, n.d.
  7 Writings "Folder C," 15-23, 1905, 1926, n.d.
  8 Writings on Education, "Twenty-Five Lessons in the Psychology of Education," Rev. Thomas Edward Shields, PhD, 1906
Subseries 3.4: Pace, Academic Professional Writings, Philosophy, Psychology, Education, 1891-1933 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
11 1 Bishops' Pastoral of 1919 (Pace's draft), Kerby, John A. Ryan, Rev. Fox, John F. Fenton, SS, 1919
  2 Pace, The History of Education, Chapter I-IV, 1907
  3 Education Writings, Clippings, 1895-1926, 1933, n.d.
  4 Philosophy of the University, FRAGILE (see copy B11, F5), c. 1895
  5 Philosophy of the University, copy (original B11, F4), c. 1895
  6 Philosophy Writings, 1895-1926
  7 Philosophy Writings, 1927-1937, n.d.
  8 Psychology Writings, 1891-1910, nd
  9 Pace, Students' Papers, Psychology, 1895, 1902, n.d.
  10 Psychology Notes, n.d.
  11 Psychology, "General Division," n.d.
  12 Psychology Notes, c. 1904, 1905, 1922, n.d.
Subseries 3.5: Pace, Publications, Religion, Philosophy, Psychology, 1892-1932 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
12 1 Publications, Theology/Religion, 1894-1916
  2 Publications, Theology/Religion, 1922-1932
  3 Pace, "The Ideas of the Catholic Encyclopedia," CUA Bulletin vol. XII, No 2, 219-25, April 1906
  4 Pace, "Inaugural Address," Proceedings of the 1st Annual Meeting of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 1926
  5 Pace, "The Position of Metaphysics in a Course of Scientific Philosophy," The College Association, 1892
  6 Pace, "Italy and the Papacy," c 1894
  7 Pace, Lecture Notes, History of Education, 1903
  8 Pace, "Genetic Psychology," Bound Lectures, n.d.
  9 Pace, "Psychology: Empirical and Rational," Bound Lectures, n.d.
Subseries 3.6:Pace, Pace, Publications, 1896-1938 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
13 1 "Our Theological Seminaries," n.d.
  2 "Francis Cardinal Satolli" CUA Bulletin, Vol. II No. l, January 1896
  3 "The Soul in the System of St. Thomas," CUA Bulletin, January 1898
  4 "The Argument of St. Thomas for Immortality," CUA Bulletin, April 1, 1900
  5 Publications on St. Thomas Aquinas, 1896-1900
  6 Publications on St. Thomas Aquinas, 1927, n.d.
  7 Publications, 1897-1928
  8 Publications, 1938, n.d.
  9 "Purpose" (Typescript), n.d.
  10 "In Memory of Wilhelm Wundt", n.d.
  11 Pace Book Review of Frank Presby, Empire of the South, n.d.
Subseries 3.7: CUA Education and Development, 1889-1935 (1 box)
 
Box Folder
14 1 Washington, Università Cattolica (Report), ca. 1923
  2 Catholic University, Constitutions, Proposals for change, 1926
  3 Development of CUA, 1889-1917
  4 General Principles to be Applied in Teaching Religion, Vol 1, Stenographic Notes (2 copies), 1927-1928
  5 General Principles to be Applied in Teaching Religion, Vol 2, Stenographic Notes, 1927-1928
  6 "Development of the Catholic University of America," January 23, 1923
  7 "Development of the Catholic University of America," January 23, 1923
  8 Mullen Library Donation, CUA Bulletin, n.d.
  9 CUA Statues, Constitutions, Courses, drafts (Latin and English), 1925, c 1933-4, n.d.
  10 CUA Convocation of the University, June 12, 1935
Subseries 3.8: Miscellaneous, 1932, n.d. (2 boxes)
 
Box Folder
15 1 Articles-Miscellaneous, n.d.
        In German
  2 Articles-Miscellaneous, n.d.
        In English
  3 Articles-Miscellaneous, n.d.
        In English
  4 Articles-Miscellaneous, n.d.
        In English
  5 Articles-Miscellaneous, n.d.
        In English
  6 Articles-Miscellaneous, n.d.
        In English
  7 Articles-Miscellaneous, n.d.
        In English
Box Folder
16 1 Book Reviews, n.d.
  2 Miscellanea, n.d.
  3 Pamphlets, n.d.
  4 Testimonial Essays, 1932
                       
Series 4: Oversize, 1929, n.d. (5 items)
Oversize material contains personal items, spiritual bouquet, certificate of membership in Phi Eta Sigma, and Letter of appointment of Pace to Prothonotary Apostolate. The items are filed under Pace in the map case.
Oversize  
Map case   Spiritual Bouquet from the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae, n.d.
    Certificate of Initiation from Phi Eta Sigma Fraternity, June 1, 1929
    Letter of Appointment of Msgnr Pace to Pronotary Apostolate, n.d.
    Photograph of Pace, n.d.
        16x19 mounted photo.
    Commemorative Diploma, Universal Exposition, St. Louis, Commemorating the Acquisition the Louisiana Territory, 1904
        Signed by the secretary and president. Chairman of section: Experimental Psychology.

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Related Material

Index Terms

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Professional Papers, 1902-1933

Series 2: Personal Professional Papers, 1898-1963

Series 3: Professional Writings, 1887-1963

Series 4: Oversize, 1929, n.d.

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