Inventory of Bernard Rosecrans Hubbard, S.J., Papers

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Inventory of Bernard Rosecrans Hubbard, S.J., Papers

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Title: Inventory of Bernard Rosecrans Hubbard, S.J., Papers
Creator: Hubbard, Bernard Rosecrans, S.J., 1888-1962
Extent: ca. 17 boxes
Repository: Santa Clara University Archives
Santa Clara, CA 95053
Language: English.

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[Identification of item], Bernard Rosecrans Hubbard, S.J., Papers, Santa Clara University. University Archives.

Biographical Note

Bernard Rosecrans Hubbard, S.J., (1888-1962), known as the "Glacier Priest," was an explorer, photographer, and popular lecturer. He was born 24 November 1888 in San Francisco, son of George M. Hubbard (d. 1914) and Catherine Wilder Hubbard (d. 1910). He had a brother John, a mining engineer, and a sister, Mary Hubbard Stanley.
Hubbard grew up in Santa Cruz, California, and lived for a time in a house built by his brother John in the Santa Cruz mountains near Ben Lomond. The site, now owned by Lockheed Corporation, is marked by a memorial plaque. It is from this period in his life that Hubbard dated the beginning of his interests in photography and nature.
Hubbard attended Santa Clara College from 1906 to 1908. He entered the Jesuit order on 7 Sept. 1908, and spent the years 1908-1910 at the Jesuit Novitiate in Los Gatos, California. He served his regency at Los Angeles College from 1913-1918. Hubbard studied philosophy at Mt.St. Michael's, a Jesuit seminary in Spokane, Washington, receiving an M.A. degree through Gonzaga University in 1921.
Prior to his ordination as a priest, Hubbard studied theology at Innsbruck, Austria, in 1921-22. While at Innsbruck, he received the name "Der Gletscher Pfarrer," or "Glacier Priest," because of his liking for climbing in the Alps. During his stay in Austria, he became friendly with some of the actors in the Oberammergau Passion Play,including Anton Lang. Hubbard was ordained a priest in Austria in 1923. He returned to Santa Clara, where he taught German, geology, and religion. He received honorary doctorates from Marquette University in 1937 and Trinity College in 1941.
Hubbard first went to Alaska in 1927. His summer expeditions of exploration and photography became an annual event. During the winters, he traveled around the United States giving lectures and showing his films, with the proceeds going to support the Jesuit missions in Alaska. "Half the year the highest paid lecturer in the worldd, the other half a wanderer among treacherous craters and glaciers": thus The Literary Digest described him in 1937. Hubbard's best know expeditions were perhaps that of 1931, during which he completed both a 1600-mile mush down the Yukon River, visiting missions, and a expedition into the erupting Aniakchak crater, and his expedition of 1936 to the Valley of 10,000 Smokes.
During and after World War II, Hubbard became involved with the U.S. military, both as an adviser on Alaska and as lecturer/chaplain to the troops. In 1945, he traveled around the world, photographing damaged and destroyed Jesuit institutions as part of a fund-raising campaign. In his later years, Hubbard returned to Santa Clara, where he established the Hubbard Educational Films, also called Hubbard Laboratories, an educational film production and distribution service based on the University campus.
In 1955 Hubbard had a stroke in Hartford, Connecticut, during a lecture tour. He had to curtail some of his activity, although he returned to Alaska a few more times. Accounts of the last years of his life describe him as writing his autobiography and cataloguing his photographs, neither of which he finished. Hubbard died 28 May 1962 in Donohoe Infirmary at the University of Santa Clara.

Scope and Content

The materials contained in this collection were found in Fr. Hubbard's office in Ricard Observatory on the Santa Clara campus after his death in 1962. While most of Hubbard's papers and his photographs and films were transferred to the University Archives, some of his more personal effects were forwarded to the Archives of the California Province of the Society of Jesus. This inventory covers only those materials available at the Santa Clara University Archives; for access to the other materials, write Archivist, California Province of the Society of Jesus, P.O. Box 519, Los Gatos, CA 95031.

Cook-Peary Materials

Hubbard, in his lectures, advanced the cause of Frederick Cook, who claimed to have reached the North Pole before Peary. This collection represents material sent to Hubbard and Bernard Stanley by Mabel Shea, whose brother William Shea had researched the controversy. The first two folders also contain correspondence with Helene Cook Vetter, Cook'sdaughter.

Bellarmine LaFortune Materials

Bellarmine LaFortune, S.J., was a missionary to the Eskimos of King Island, Alaska. Many of his papers, or copies of them, were found with Hubbard's papers and have been placed at the end of this collection. The xerox copies were all found in a three-ring binder labeled "Some of Fr. LaFortune's Papers, Collected by Bernard Stanley." An explanation for Hubbard's possession of these papers may be found in the press release in Box 5, folder 44, which states that Hubbard edited some of Fr. LaFortune's papers for publication.

Edgar R. Levin Personal Papers (PP-Levin)

Levin accompanied Hubbard on several expeditions to Alaska in the 1930s. The Levin papers consist of two boxes (Hubbard boxes 13 & 14), containing materials that date from 1930-1960. The materials deal primarily with local events occuring in Alaska at this time. Also included are various letters, news clippings, diaries, and lectur4e notebooks belonging to Levin.

Bernard Stanley Papers/John D. Hubbard Papers

The papers of these two family members were donated to the Archives in 1988, accessions numbers 988-030 and 988-038, respectively. Bernard Stanley (1919-1951), nephew of Fr. Hubbard, accompanied Hubbard to King Island in 1937-1938 and in 1941. He collected photographs and documents pertaining to the King Island native community and of the Hubbard expedition, as well as native artifacts. After World War II, until his untimely death in Mexico, Stanley acted as Hubbard's business manager. From this period survive press releases and other souvenirs of Hubbard's career.
Capt. John Dixon Hubbard (1879?-1960?) was the brother of Fr. Hubbard and recipient in 1914 of SCU's first degree of Engineer of Mining. The two scrapbooks in the collection represent his interest in SCU, the activities of his brother, and in minerology.

The Hubbard Photograph & Film Collections

Hubbard's 10,913 Alaskan photographs were copied and indexed between 1984 and 1987 by the SCU Archives with a grant from the National Science Foundation. Physically, the collection is organized geographically; 82 place names are included. The subject guide to the collection contains 1897 names of persons, places, items and events.
Hubbard's Austrian photographs from the 1920's and his 1945 world tour photographs remain unarranged and unavailable for research.
In Spring 1993 the Hubbard Film Collection was deposited with the Human Studies Film Archives of the Smithsonian Institution. Under the agreement, SCU retains ownership of the films and reserves the right to permit copying, but the HSFA will assume responsibility for preservation and reference copying. SCU will be provided with video copies of the films as they are copied.
For other materials pertaining to Hubbard, see the following collections in the SCU Archives: Hubbard Photograph Collection, Spearman Papers, Shipsey Papers, President's Papers, Weber Papers, and Student term papers. There are also Hubbard materials in the collection of the California Province Archives of the Society of Jesus, as noted above, and in the De Saisset Art Gallery and Museum on the Santa Clara campus.

Abbreviations for Geographical Locations

    AC
    Arctic Coast (520 photographs)
    ACK
    Aniakchak (293 photographs)
    AD
    Adak (1 photographs)
    AKU
    Akulurak (194 photographs)
    ALC
    Alcan Highway (93 photographs)
    ATN
    Akutan Island (201 photographs)
    ALI
    Aleutian Islands (27 photographs)
    AL
    Alaska (275 photographs)
    AM
    Alaska Maps (2 photographs)
    ANC
    Anchorage (25 photographs)
    AP
    Alaska Peninsula (26 photographs)
    ATU
    Attu (124 photographs)
    BER
    Bering Sea (73 photographs)
    BOG
    Bogoslof (142 photographs)
    BTI
    Barter Island (4 photographs)
    CHK
    Chignik (18 photographs)
    CLB
    Cape Lisburne (1 photographs)
    COL
    Cold Bay (83 photographs)
    COK
    Cook Inlet (6 photographs)
    CPW
    Cape Prince of Whales (42 photographs)
    DMI
    Diomede Island (27 photographs)
    DSB
    Disenchantment Bay (1 photographs)
    DTH
    Dutch Harbor (57 photographs)
    END
    Endicott Arm (190 photographs)
    FP
    False Pass (94 photographs)
    FRB
    Fairbanks (12 photographs)
    GLB
    Glacier Bay (20 photographs)
    GLH
    Glacier Highway (2 photographs)
    GMB
    Gambier Bay (25 photographs)
    GOA
    Gulf of Alaska (26 photographs)
    HAG
    Hagemeister (4 photographs)
    HCM
    Holy Cross Mission (422 photographs)
    HNS
    Haines (10 photographs)
    HWK
    Hawk Inlet (24 photographs)
    INP
    Inland Passage (41 photographs)
    JNU
    Juneau (623 photographs)
    KEN
    Kenai Lake (5 photographs)
    KET
    Ketchikan (132 photographs)
    KI
    King Island (2128 photographs)
    KJL
    Kejulic Bay (4 photographs)
    KOD
    Kodiak (82 photographs)
    KU
    Kukak Bay (10 photographs)
    KZB
    Kotzubue (120 photographs)
    LMS
    Limestone Inlet (3 photographs)
    MND
    Mendenhall Glacier (183 photographs)
    MSH
    Mt. Shasta (1 photographs)
    MTV
    Matanuska Valley (117 photographs)
    NOM
    Nome (151 photographs)
    NP
    North Pole (2 photographs)
    NTK
    Noatak (344 photographs)
    NU
    Nulato (104 photographs)
    PB
    Point Barrow (254 photographs)
    PH
    Point Hope (194 photographs)
    PL
    Point Lay (112 photographs)
    PR
    Peel River (2 photographs)
    PRI
    Pribiloff Island (33 photographs)
    PSM
    Pilgrim Springs Mission (97 photographs)
    PVH
    Perryville Harbor (18 photographs)
    SHV
    Shishaldin Volcano (57 photographs)
    SI
    Shrine Island (38 photographs)
    SIN
    Sinarek (1 photographs)
    SKS
    Shelikoff Straits (1 photographs)
    SLC
    Slocum Inlet (17 photographs)
    SLD
    Seldovia (1 photographs)
    SM
    St. Michael (92 photographs)
    SNS
    Snettisham Inlet (11 photographs)
    STK
    Sitka (3 photographs)
    SW
    Seward (61 photographs)
    TKH
    Taku Harbor (1085 photographs)
    TLQ
    Tulsequah (19 photographs)
    TRF
    Tracy Fiord (499 photographs)
    TWG
    Twin Glacier (34 photographs)
    UMI
    Unimak Island (232 photographs)
    UNK
    Unalakleet (232 photographs)
    VEN
    Veniaminof (74 photographs)
    VTS
    Valley of 10,000 Smokes (430 photographs)
    WH
    Whittier (1 photographs)
    WRG
    Wrangell Harbor (16 photographs)
    WRT
    Wainright (55 photographs)
    WW
    Wewak (1 photographs)
    YKB
    Yakutat Bay (184 photographs)
    YUK
    Yukon Delta River (89 photographs)

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL ARTICLES AND INFORMATION

Additional Note

(see also News clippings, especially 1900-1929)
See also "Additions to the Hubbard Papers" at end of this Guide.
Box Box 1, Folder f. 1

Arthur Spearman, S.J. "Bernard R. Hubbard, S.J.," reprint from Woodstock Letters (Fall 1965), pp. 466-73. 6 copies.

 

[Spearman]. "Summarium Vitae Defunctorum," 1962, 11 pp. Very similar to Woodstock Letters reprint.

Folder f. 2

Anon. "Biographical Sketch condensed from current Who's Who and other sources," n.d., 2 pp.

 

Funeral card containing biographical information.

 

Anon. "Christ the King, or the Christ of the Bering Sea," n.d., 3 pp.

 

Anon. "The Greatest Drama: The Glacier Priest," n.d., 1 p. Script for film.

Folder f. 3

William Shipsey, S.J. "Rev. Bernard Hubbard, S.J., Explorer and Lecturer: A Biographical Sketch," 1935, 3 page MS.

 

Rex Beach. "Personal Exposures," 1942, 4 page MS.

 

"Hubbard, Bernard (Rosecrans) Father." Transcribed from Current Biography 1943, pp. 320-323.

 

"Hubbard, Bernard Rosecrans," from Who's Who in America 1960-61, p. 1408. Printed proof for book; 1 page typed MS (includes 1950-51 information).

Folder f. 4

Boys' Clubs of America, Favorite Childhood Stories of Famous People Today. 1957, 22 page MS. "Reverend Bernard Rosencrans Hubbard, S.J.," p. 12. Preliminary copy for Hubbard's approval.

 

Iris Vinton, Publications Director for Boys' Clubs, to Hubbard, 14 June 1957, 1 p.

Folder f. 5

Charles Largan, S.J. "Fr. Hubbard's Three Years, 1919-20-21, at Mt. St. Michael's." C. Largen to Daniel Bassett, 5 Sept. 1961. Original letter and slightly revised and expanded transcription, 2 pp. each.

Folder f. 6

Wesley S. Walker. "My Friend, Father Hubbard," 1965, 5 page MS.

Folder f. 7

Anon. Bibliographies of Fr. Hubbard, n.d., 4 pp.

Folder f. 8

"Bernard R. Hubbard, S.J. This is Your Life." 1958. Copy of television script. -99

Folder f. 9

Catholic Alumni Sodality of Philadelphia Bulletin (Nov. and Dec. 1930).

 

Thomas Feeney. "The Glacier Priest: An Interview." Magazine source unknown. [1932], 2 pp.

 

"Mush, You Malemutes!" Catholic Book Club Newsletter (Dec. 1932), 1 folio page with 1 page insert.

 

"Fr. Hubbard's 'Conquering of Aghileens' Given Welcome Reception in the East," Western Jesuit (Mar. 1935), 1 folio page.

 

Province News (Mar. 1935). References to Hubbard: "Loyola High," p. 2; "Varia," p. 4.

Folder f. 10

Miriam Loftus. "Damon and Pythias." The Maywood College Bay Leaf (Mar. 1941), pp. 7-9.

Folder f. 11

Ruth Ohmer. "The Adventures of the Glacier Priest," The Young Catholic Messenger. Part 1: 12 Jan 1945; part 2: 26 Jan. 1945; part 3: 9 Feb. 1945. 2 pp. each.

 

Edwin G. McManus, S.J. "I beg your Pardon, Admiral," Jesuit Missions (Dec. 1947). pp. 268-69. Article about Pacific Islands has picture of Hubbard on p. 268.

 

"Father Hubbard Takes Films of North Pole," from The Boston Tablet [1949]. 2 typed pp.

Folder f. 12

"The Christ of the Bering Sea," Catholic Digest (Mar. 1952), 4 pp.

 

"Meet Father Bernard Hubbard, S.J.: The 'Glacier Priest'," International Sacred Heart Program (1953). no paging.

 

"Father and Son Day," Catholic Alumni Sodality (Apr. 1954), pp. 4-6.

Folder f. 13

"Father Hubbard Film Lecture," The Bushnell Prompter (15 Dec. 1955), p. 11.

 

Messineo, Luigi. "Glacier Priest." Ai Nostri Amici 26, 2 (Feb. 1955)

 

"Father Hubbard Improving in Health," The Bushnell Prompter (15 June 1956). p. 9. Hubbard had his first stroke immediately prior to his scheduled lecture in Hartford in Dec. 1955 (see previous entry).

 

Photo of Hubbard, Western Jesuit (Oct. 1957). p.27.

 

Felton O'Toole, S.J. "Glacier Priest," Western Jesuit (Feb. 1959), pp. 3-23. ( 4 copies).

Folder f. 14

"Golden Junilarian, Scholastic Seminarian," China Letter [Jan.-Feb. 1961], 2 pp.

 

"Father Hubbard, Glacier Priest," Friends (Dec. 1964), pp. 28-30. (2 copies).

 

MANUSCRIPTS WRITTEN BY HUBBARD

Box Box 1, Folder f. 16

Autobiography. MS, 30 pp; xerox MS, 26 pp; 5 page typed MS of first 7 pp. of xerox.

Folder f. 17

["Centennial of St. Ignatius Mission"]. n.d., MS, 19 pp; incomplete MS, 11 pp.

Folder f. 18

"Eskimo Dictionary," 1939, 20 pp. Some of these papers are typed; some written by Hubbard; and some by Fr. Lafortune. However, they were found stapled together with Hubbard's name on the top page. See also the Lafortune papers at the end of this collection.

Folder f. 19

"The Forest of the Vale of Yesterday," n.d., 8 pp.

Folder f. 20

"From the Sea to the Mountains," n.d., 16 pp.

Folder f. 21

"The Great Gepatsch: A Little Known Section of the Central Alps," n.d., 15 pp.

Folder f. 22

"Monstra te esse Matrem," n.d., 9 pp.

Folder f. 23

["Moon Craters of Alaska"], n.d., 1 p. Rough draft for film script.

Folder f. 24

"Mushing the Yukon: Radio Address over Station WLWL," n.d., 7 pp.

Folder f. 25

"1934-35 Expedition," [1934?], 3 pp.

Folder f. 26

Miscellaneous pages, n.d., 105 pp.

 

ARTICLES, REPORTS, AND SCRIPTS BY FR. HUBBARD

Box Box 1, Folder f. 26

----. Meteorological Readings: Diomede Island, Alaska. Jan-Jun 1938. Observer: Thomas Cunningham, S.J.

 

----. Meteorological Readings: King Island, Alaska. Nov '37-Apr '38. Observer: Ed Levin, with help of Bernie Hubbard.

Folder f. 27

[Hubbard?]. "Travels of the Glacier Priest," The Redwood (1930). Article from SCU yearbook.

Folder f. 28

"A World Inside a Mountain," National Geographic (Sept. 1931), pp. 319-45. "Aniakchak, The Moon Crater Explodes" and "Flying the Moon Crater" Saturday Evening Post 1/2 & 16/32.

Folder f. 29

"100 Pictures of Little Known Alaska," 1935. Booklet with text and photos.

Folder f. 30

"We Snap them at 50 Below," Popular Photography, (Feb. 1941). pp. 22-23, 113.

Folder f. 31

"Tobacco Road Now Leads to Igloos," America (22 Mar. 1911), p. 665. Book review of Kabloona by de Poncins and Galantiere.

Folder f. 32

"Father Hubbard's Report on the Need for Jesuit Relief and Reconstruction in Europe," 1 Dec. 1945, 22 pp.

 

J.E. Donahue to Hubbard, 26 Oct. 1945, 1 p.

 

Report from Austrian Province to Hubbard, 2 copies, 8 pp. and 12 pp.

 

List of destroyed and damaged houses, 5 July 1945, 5 pp.

 

Jesuit Reconstruction and Relief Fund, fund-raising manual, [1945?]. 11 pp. See p. 9,"Publicity."

Folder f. 33

"Photography is My Hobby," Film News (Oct. 1949). p. 14-15, 17.

 

"Through the Camera's Eye" The Owl (Summer 1959), pp. 5-9.

Folder f. 34

"Russia Can't Take Alaska." Colliers, Mar. 16, 1951, p. 16.

Folder f. 35

"Rivers of Ice," script for Science in Action. TV program produced by California Academy of Sciences, [1954], 2 copies.

Folder f. 36

Freda McCaig and Richard Cook, "Valley of 10,000 Smokes," from Science in Action series, 1955. 3 copies.

Folder f. 37

"The New Age of Glaciers," from Science in Action series, 1959, 24 pp.

Folder f. 38

Transcript of radio broadcast, "Animal Headlines," by Genevieve Mason, 2 Nov. 1941, 7 pp. Includes reference to Hubbard.

 

Letter, G. Mason to Hubbard, 2 Nov. 1941, 1 p. Transcript: "Animals and the Church." (G. Mason?)

 

Partial script for "Father Hubbard Visits Here," film or TV, 20 Apr. 1949, 1 p.

 

[Notes for slide show, in Hubbard's handwriting. Gift of Dorothy Jean Ray. 4 pp., (3 x 5)]

 

Script for interview with Hubbard, n.d., 2 pp.

 

Script for radio interview with Hubbard, "Rita Hackett with Views on Vogue and Value," n.d., 8 pp.

Folder f. 38A

Script note, clippings & programs 1947-1949 "The Lippizans, Vienna Riding Academy"

 

PRESS RELEASES

Box Box 1, Folder f. 39

Press Release re 12th Hubbard Expedition (1939). n.d. [1940?], 14 pp.

 

Press release re Hubbard's theory about Eskimo migration. 2 versions, 3 pp. and 1 p.

 

Four press releases by NBC Artists Service, 711 5th Avenue, NYC: "Rev. Bernard R. Hubbard, S.J."

 

Biographical Notes, "Father Hubbard, Noted Explorer, to Show Volcano Pictures Here," "Priest Who Landed Plane Inside Volcano To Speak Here," and "Father Hubbard, Back from New Alaskan Adventures, To Speak Here." Packet dated in pencil 3/52, but seems to relate to expeditions of the early 1930s. 6 pp. total. Acc. 988-066.

Folder f. 40

Press releases re: lectures on Alaska. n.d. [1941?] 5 releases. 8 pp.

 

Script for WGBI radio announcement of lecture, [1941?]. 2 pp.

 

Script for "Lou Sherry" radio program, WBCM, 28 Feb. 1941, 3 pp.

Folder f. 41

Press Releases. [1942?]. 11 releases, 15 pp.

Folder f. 42

Press Releases re Hubbard educational films, 1940's. 13 releases, 36 pp.

Folder f. 43

Material concerning Waukegan Rotary Club benefit, 1954. 5 releases, 14 pp; material on ticket sales for lecture, 10 pp.

Folder f. 44

Press Release on Cook-Peary controversy, 21 Apr. 1956, 3 pp.

Folder f. 45

Press Releases, [1948-1949], n.d. 43 releases, 85 pp.

 

NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS

Box Box 1, Folder f. 46

n.d.

Folder f. 47

1900-1929

Folder f. 48

1930-1939

Folder f. 49

1940-1949

Folder f. 50

1950-1959

Folder f. 51

1960-1969

 

LECTURE TOUR MATERIALS

Additional Note

Programs and posters.
Box Box 1, Folder f. 52

Lecture Programs, 1930-1941

Folder f. 53

Lecture Programs, 1942-1949

 

Program of Bernard Hubbard appearance at Cleveland Music Hall. 4/24/49 ("India for Christ").

 

Edgar Levin guest pass for Rotary Club of Hawaii (photo)

Folder f. 54

Lecture Programs, 1950-1951

Folder f. 55

Lecture Programs, 1952-1954

Folder f. 56

Lecture Programs, n.d.

Folder f. 57

lntroductory speech for Hubbard lecture, Savannah, Georgia, n.d. 2 copies, 5 pp and 3 pp.

Folder f. 58

Financial Report: 1941-42, 3 pp, 2 copies; 1942-43, 2 pp; Debts and future income, n.d.

Folder f. 59

Tour itineraries: Oct. 1939-Jan. 1940; Jan-Apr. 1940. 2 copies; Nov. [1941]-Jan. [1942]; Apr.-June 1941; Mar.-May 1942.

Folder -99

"India and Japan," Veteran's Memorial Hall, (Posters) Watsonville, 1918.

Folder -99

"Palestine-lraq-Japan," Loyola University Forum, n.d.

Folder -99

"Alaska and the Polar Ocean," Chung Hwa Mission Group. ca. 1950, 3 copies.

Folder -99

"Alaska: America's New Frontier," San Francisco Opera House, n.d., 4 pieces.

Folder framed

"Alaska and the North Pole," Poche Theatre, n.d.

Folder framed

"Father Hubbard's Latest Feature Length Film, 'Mush You Malemutes'," 3 posters, each illustrated with different photos. 29" x 44"

 

HUBBARD LABORATORIES

Box Box 1, Folder f. 60

Memorandum from Pres. Hauck to Director and Staff of Audio Visual Laboratories, re establishment of Hubbard Laboratories, 30 Apr. 1955, 2 pp.

 

Note re approval of reorganization of Hubbard Laboratories by Provincial, 20 May 1955; Herman Hauck to Carroll O'Sullivan, 1 May 1955, 1 p. carbon; copy of 30 April memo with 1 p. special addendum.

Folder f. 61

"Inventory List for Hubbard Laboratories," June 1956, 3 pp.

 

"16 mm Sound Prints for Father Bernard R. Hubbard, S.J.," n.d., 1 p.

Folder f. 62

Statement, Pacific and Atlantic Photos, Jan. 1928, 2 pp.

 

["Purdue film list"] , n.d., 1 p.

 

["Descriptions of films"]. n.d., 1 p.

 

["Film list"], n.d., 1 p.

 

["Film Equipment List"]. n.d. 1 p., part of a letter.

 

List of films, May 1941, typed draft for booklet, 6 pp, 2 copies.

 

"Film Supplement #1," Aug. 1943, 1 p.

 

"Film Supplement #2," Feb. 1944, 1 p.

Folder f. 63

Hubbard Educational Films booklets

 

"Father Hubbard Educational Films owned by Society for the Propagation of the Faith," n.d., 3 copies.

 

"Visual Learning by Bernard R. Hubbard S.J." Typed draft for booklet, title page only, n.d.

 

"Visual Learning Produced by 'The Glacier Priest'," Typed draft for booklet, n.d., 10 pp.

 

"Father Hubbard Educational Films," typed and handwritten draft for booklet, n.d., 6 pp.

 

"Who is Father Hubbard? Father Hubbard--The Modern Marquette," printed booklet about Hubbard and films, n.d., 18 pp. (first page detached).

 

"Covering the World," n.d., 1 p., poster.

 

"Spotlight on the World," n.d., 1 p., poster.

 

"Visual Education," n.d., 1 p., poster.

 

"Alaska in Color," brochure.

 

Proof for ad in Serra Educational News, 1942, 1 p.

Folder f. 64

Explanatory form letter about Fr. Hubbard

 

Educational Films, by Joseph Baker, n.d., 1 p.

 

Father Hubbard Lectures Film Service Agreement," n.d., 1 p.

 

mailing labels for films, 3.

 

File cards for films, photographs, slides, (1 each).

 

Administrative materials: Overdue film notice; "Unable to supply film requested" notice; Questionnaire for prospective users of films (3 copies); Record card for film use by school; Application for rental of 16 mm films; Rental rates for films; "Exhibitor's Report Card," 1941, 1 p.

Folder f. 65

Ledger of Accounts

 

1951-52, "from Auditor's Report to Provincial," 2 pp.

 

1952-53, "from E. Stanley records," 1 p.

 

1954-55, "from Treasurer's records and Stanley Records," 1 p.

 

1955-56, "from Treasurer's Records," 4 pp; "General Ledger," 5 pp.; "Hubbard Labs Income and Expenses," 1 p.

 

1956-57, "Hubbard Labs Expenses," 1 p.

 

1957-58, "Account 45-D," 1 p.

 

Bell and Howell Co., bill and receipt, 23 April 1934, 2 pp.

 

Loan Acknowledgement, 28 Jan. 1941, 2 copies, 2 pp.

Folder f. 66

Stationary samples: letterhead of Father Hubbard

 

Educational Films and Hubbard Laboratories.

Folder f. 67

Film Splice Cards.

Folder f. 68

Saint Claire Productions, 1957-60. Contracts, letters re Breach of Agreement. 2 manuscripts, photos w/ photo collection. Biographical sketch.

Folder f. 69

Fox Films, 1932-35. Fox/SJ contract re "Mush You Malemutes" 12/32 & 5/33

 

Contract Cancellation Agreement; Aniakchak, 1935

 

Explorer's Tales Advertisement.

 

Fox Film Reports, 1933-34: correspondence & reports re marketing of "Aniakchak"

Folder f. 70

Harold R. Peat/Motion Picture Assn. lecture manager, N.Y.: Hubbard contracts 1934-35.

 

John Vizzard, Motion Picture Association of America corresp. 1957

Folder f. 71

Legal Correspondence

 

Hubbard Labs: 1955.

 

Hubbard Educational Films 1942.

 

20th Century Fox: 1942.

 

Theresa Zitman re lectures ca. `65

 

Contract: Movietonews, Inc.

 

20th Century Fox, 1961.

 

Radio Corp. of America 1963.

 

National Broadcasting Co., Inc. 1949.

 

List of Lowell Thomas' films.

Folder f. 72

Correspondence with Walt Disney Studios agreements re the leasing of films.

 

CEREMONIES, AWARDS, AND COMMENDATIONS

Box Box 2, Folder f. 1

Program, Regis Alumni Association Dinner, 1936

Folder f. 2

Honorary Doctorate from Marquette Univ., 12 May 1937.

 

Program: "Father Marquette Anniversary, 1637-1937: Memorial Convocation," 1 folio p.

 

News clipping, [1937]. re conferring of honorary degrees.

 

Citation, 2 pp., 2 copies.

 

Diploma in oversize f.

Folder f. 3

Certificate of Participation: Arctic Alaska Exhibit, Golden Gate International Exhibit, 1939.

 

Certificate of Honor, "The most outstanding educational and interesting exhibit, viewed by over eight million persons during 1939-1940," Golden Gate International Exposition, 1940.

Folder f. 4

Honorary Doctorate, Trinity College, 1941 Introduction of Hubbard

 

Program: "Baccalaureate Service, Trinity College," 15 June 1941, 1 folio p.

 

Commencement speech, given by Hubbard on receiving a D.Sc. from Trinity College, 1941, 5 pp. (2 copies.)

 

Ogilvy to Hubbard, 7 Nov. 1942, re lecturing in Hartford, 1 p.

Folder -99

Diploma.

Folder f. 5

Program: "Committal Service--World War II Dead," Sitka National Cemetery, 5 Sept. 1948, 1 folio p.

 

Wendell Chapman to Hubbard, 6 May 1949, 2 pp., re award for most popular feature of World Geographic Society Globe Trotter Series.

Folder f. 6

Medal of the Month Award (15 Oct. 1972). Invitation, souvenir pamphlet containing biographical sketch of Hubbard (3 copies), program, media release.

 

Transcript of speech given by Fr. Alexis Mei, S.J., on the life of Hubbard.

Box Arti Box 36

"Medal of the Month." Reverse reads "The Glacier Priest" Born Nov. 24, 1888 in San Francisco, CA. Geologist, explorer, lecturer, the Eskimo's friend. Placed the Statue: Christ of the Bering Sea on King Island, Alaska, just 75 miles from Russia.

 

1 gold & 4 bronze. Also bronze medal [souvenir] of Gen. Douglas McArthur.

Folder f. 7

Program for 50th Anniversary Ceremony of St. Ignatius College (Univ. of San Francisco), 25 Feb. 1960. Hubbard pictured with Sanctuary Society, ca. 1910.

Folder f. 8

Commemorative Ceremony at Lockheed's Santa Cruz test base, 28 Apr. 1960: invitations, visitor's passes, map, responses to RSVP.

 

Program from 1959 Exhibition at the Nut Tree.

 

M.A. degree, Gonzaga University, 1921.

 

Certificate of Participation, Photographic display at Southeastern Alaska Fair, 1927.

 

Commendation from Boy Scout Troop, Utica, NY, 1934.

 

Certificate of honorary election to Engineer's Society of Pennsylvania, 1939.

 

Commendation from Photographer's Association of America, 17 Aug. 1955. [The commendation was accompanied by a press release from the Photographer's Association of America which stated that others being honored along with Hubbard included Walt Disney and Margaret Bourke-White, for "their efforts to push ahead the limits of photographic knowledge and excellence." Hubbard's citation reads, "for his use of photography, both motion picture and still, to bring to us an outstanding report on the volcanology, geology, and above all, people of Alaska where as 'The Glacier Priest' he brought the comfort and spiri tual guidance so evident in his work."]

 

Copy of memorial plaque from Hubbard's Ben Lomond home, 1959.

 

PERSONAL DOCUMENTS

Box Box 2, Folder f. 9

Golden Jubilee, 1908-1958, Santa Clara, 7 Sept. 1958. 6 invitations.

 

Program: "Rev. Bernard Hubbard, S.J.: Fifty Years as a Jesuit." 3 copies.

 

"Christmas Greetings" an exerpt from the Santa Clara Yearbook, 1957 which 'celebrates' Hubbard's Golden Jubilee. (2 copies).

Folder f. 10

News release on death of Hubbard, University of Santa Clara. 28 May 1962, 2 pp.

 

Leaflet with biographical sketch [from funeral?]

Folder -87

"Trail's end for the 'Glacier Priest'". San Jose Mercury, 29 May 1962.

Folder -87

"Famed Glacier Priest Dies". San Jose News, 28 May 1962.

Folder -87

"Famed SCU Priest Dies Here at 73". Santa Clara Journal, 30 May 1962.

Folder f. 11

Certificate of Baptism, 24 Mar. 1889, document dated 14 Aug. 1921.

 

U.S. Passports, 1924 and 1925

 

Alaska hunting and fishing license, 1949.

Folder f. 12

envelope 1: Hubbard business cards and calling card

 

envelope 2: business cards of Hubbard's acquaintances: Sigismund Waitz, Josef Veith, John Hubbard, Henri Pattyn, Beverly Jones, Joseph Baker, Bernard Stanley.

 

Hubbard stationary

 

envelopes: "Father Hubbard, S.J., San Francisco Opera House," "Father Hubbard Leaves False Pass for Aniakchak Volcano," "Christus Rex."

 

postcard: "Father Hubbard's Arctic Expedition" (notes on page not in Hubbard's writing).

 

Christmas cards, n.d.

 

Christmas Greetings 1957 (reprint fron Univ. of Santa Clara yearbook).

Folder f. 13

Magazine articles, etc., saved

 

"The Return of the Colors," poem, 1 p.

 

"The Works of Chas. F. Lummis," booklet.

 

Arthur Hubbard, "Evolution and the Modernist: Is It Peace?" reprint from Theology, Mar. 1929.

 

Harry Flannery, "Pattern for Peace," 5 pp.

Folder f. 14

Miscellaneous personal papers

 

"The U.S.S. Charleston Seapie," newsletter, 1942, 2 pp.

 

"Ditching Instructions for Passengers," 1947, 1 p.

 

"Subpoena to Royal High Court of Aurora Borealis," [1949?], 1 p.

 

Certificate of having crossed the Arctic Circle, 1949, 1 p.

 

P. Fonseca, "In Memoriam," poem, n.d., 1 p.

 

Mrs. John Keller, "Father Bernard Hubbard, S.J.," poem, n.d., 1 page.

 

Louis Sanker, "Saga of the Chinook," poem, 1952, 3 pages.

 

Anon. List of Hubbard's personal defects, probably written by one of his superiors for his improvement. n.d., 1 p.

Folder f. 15

envelope 1: Address Book

 

envelope 2: Appointment Book

 

envelope 3: Diary of [George Hubbard?], 1908.

 

[Will?], George M. Hubbard, 1914, 1 p. Found with diary.

Folder f. 15A

envelopes from letters to Hubbard (11).

Folder -99

Portraits

 

Hubbard, pen and ink by Mike Groiv, n.d.

 

Gen. A.C. Nedemeyer, autographed photo, n.d.

 

Hubbard, oil on masonite, artist unknown, 1953

 

In separate manila envelope.

Box Arti Box 36

Eyeglasses, boots

 

RELIGIOUS MATERIAL

Box Box 2, Folder f. 16

Faculties, granted to Hubbard by

 

Leifert, 1923

 

E.J. Hanna, 1926

 

J.J. Mitty, 1946 and 1953

 

Facultates Castrensis, 1942

 

Vademecum for Catholic Chaplains

Folder f. 17

Praesentes Lecturis (permission to travel)

 

to Germany, Belgium, France, n.d.

 

to Austria, 1921

 

to Italy, 1922

 

to America, 1925

 

to Europe, 1930

Folder f. 18

Holy Cards

 

envelope 1: Holy Cards mentioning Hubbard

 

envelope 2: Holy Cards with names of people, some of whom Hubbard knew.

 

envelope 3-4: Miscellaneous Holy Cards

 

envelope 5: Chinese Christian Art

Folder f. 19

Spritual Offerings to Hubbard: Masses said, etc.

Folder f. 20

Religious notes and prayers

Folder f. 21

Certificate of having taken oath against modernism, n.d.

 

2 certificates dealing with a relic of St. Teresa, 1926 and 1928.

 

Lenten Mission schedule, n.d.

Folder f. 22

4 Notebooks from Long Retreat, 1925.

Box Box 8

certificate of having visited holy places in Jerusalem, 1946.

 

Papal Blessing from Pius XII, 2 Aug. 1945.

Box Box 11

Religious books belonging to Hubbard

 

Brevarium Romanum pars Verna, 1923

 

Brevarium Romanum pars Aestiva, 1923

 

Missale Romanum.

 

Carolo Telch, Epistome Theologiae Moralis, Innsbruck, Aust., 1920

 

De Imitatione Christi Tornaci, 1902.

 

De Imitatione Christi Torino, 1912.

Box Box 36

four religious medals

 

Religious articles, including Mass kit (crucifix, surplus, cincture, stole, cruets, and chalice.)

 

SCHOOL MATERIALS

Box Box 2, Folder f. 23

2 School notebooks

Folder f. 24

Math grades, 1906-08, 1 p.

 

Programs, Mt. St. Michael's.

 

"Matrikelschein," Innsbruck, 1921, 1 p.

 

Request for audience, 1922, 1 p.

 

"Apostolische Administratur, Innsbruck," 1923, 1 p.

 

[certificate of ordination?], 1923, 1 p.

 

"Ausweis," 1924.

 

bill, Oberammergau, 1925, 1 p.

 

Univ. of Santa Clara class assignment card [1920's].

Folder f. 25

Oberammergau Passion Play

 

Joseph Kiefer, "Ode," 1934.

 

Keifer, Oberammergau and its Passion Play, n.d.

 

2 postcards.

 

TRAVEL MATERIAL

Box Box 2, Folder f. 26

in envelope: Railway passes, 1930's and 1940's.

 

2 railway passes for Spain, 1920's.

 

Bill: Holy Cross Mission, 1940.

 

Bill: "North Star," 1940.

Folder f. 27

Foreign money.

Folder f. 28

souvenirs

 

ticket to Midnight Mass, Makalapa Chapel.

 

Ad. for Lourdes water.

 

Postcard: Rome.

 

"Attestatio Benedictionis," Jerusalem, 1946.

 

Cross of Honor Created by the Sovereign Pontiff for Catholic Pilgrims to the Holy Land, 1902.

 

Holy Sepulchre, n.d.

 

The Way of the Cross, Jerusalem, n.d.

Folder f. 29

Alaska

 

Alaskan stamps (not postage stamps)

 

The Totems of Alaska, 1915.

 

Menus, Alaska Steamship Co., picturing Mageik, one of Hubbard's dogs.

 

"New American Alaska," map, 1946.

Folder f. 30

Alaska: meteorological records done by B. Stanley, 1937.

Box Box 8/9

Maps

 

Krall's Map of Alaska and Western Canada (approx. 36x36).

 

Alaska, White Pass and Yukon Route, 1917.

 

Alaska, Taku River, 1946.

 

Hand-drawn map of Spain, area of Jesuit Theologate. On reverse is written "Hubbard from McG," n.d.

 

Segundo Llorente, S.J., Cartas de Alaska, Mexico, 1954.

 

PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE

Box Box 2, Folder f. 31

W.S. Rosencrans to George Hubbard: 3 Dec. 1888, 1 p; 2 Apr. 1889, 1 p; 12 June 1889, 1 p.

Folder f. 32

B. Hubbard to Catherine Hubbard [Bernard's mother]: 2 June 1906, postcard; 17 July 1908, 2 folio pp.

 

Catherine Hubbard to B. Hubbard: 11 Sept. 1908, 2 pp.; 10 Jan 1909, 2 pp; 7 Feb. 1910, 1 folio p.

 

B. Hubbard to "Grandpa and Mary and Katherine and Helen and Margaret," 24 Dec. 1910, 1 folio p.

Folder f. 33

Louisa Fish [George Hubbard's aunt] to her sister, George Hubbard's mother, 22 Feb. 1852, 1 folio p.

 

Page from George Hubbard's diary, 9-12 Mar. 1868.

 

George Hubbard [Bernard's father] to B. Hubbard: 20 Feb. 1893, 1 folio p; n.d. [1890's ?], 2 pp.

 

Edward Warren Day, "One Thousand Years of Hubbard History, 866 to 1894," advertising brochure for book, 1 folio p.

 

B. Hubbard to George Hubbard, 24 Dec. 1910, 1 p.

 

George Hubbard to B. Hubbard, 27 Dec. 1910, postcard.

 

B. Hubbard to George Hubbard, 6 June 1911, 1 folio p.

 

George Hubbard to B. Hubbard: 13 June 1911, postcard; 18 Oct. 1911, 1 p; 10 May 1912, postcard.

 

Walter Thornton to George Hubbard, 13 July 1912, 2 pp.; George Hubbard to B. Hubbard: 17 July 1912, postcard; 3 Oct. [1912 ?].

Folder f. 34

George Hubbard to B. Hubbard: 21 Aug. 1913, 2 pp; 24 Aug. 1913, 1 p; 23 Dec. 1913, 1 p; 28 Dec. 1913, postcard; 12 Jan. 1914, 2 pp; 8 Mar. 1914, 2 pp; 3 Apr. 1914, 1 p; 19 Apr. 1914, 1 p; 1 Sept. 1914, 1 p; 6 Sept. 1914, 1 p; 8 Sept. 1914, 1 p; 14 Sept. 1914, 1 p; 24 Sept. 1914, 2 pp; 6 Oct. 1914, 1 p; 14 Oct. 1914, 1 p.; 15 Nov. 1914, 1 p; 29 Nov. 1914, 2 pp.

Folder f. 35

B. Hubbard to Blanche[?], 8 July 1908, 8 pp. Blanche to George Hubbard: 19 Dec. 1914, 1 folio p; 30 Dec. 1914, 1 folio p.

 

Blanche to B. Hubbard, 5 Jan. 1915, 1 folio p.

 

Blanche to Maud [?] and Florence [?], 11 Sept. 1928, 1 p.

 

Blanche to B. Hubbard: 23 June 1929, 1 p; 4 Apr. 1936, 1 folio p; 23 Aug. 1946, 1 p; [1948?], 2 pp; 12 May 1949, 1 p; 17 Aug. 1961, 1 folio p.

Folder f. 36

Mary Hubbard Stanley [Bernard's sister] to George Hubbard, n.d., 2 pp.

 

Helen Stanley [Mary's daughter] to George Hubbard, 21 Sept. 1904, 1 p.

 

B. Hubbard to Mary Stanley, 5 Aug. 1908, 6 pp.

 

Mary Stanley to B. Hubbard: [3 Mar. 1913], 1 p; 22 Nov. 1917, 1 p.

 

Frances Kaeding [Mary's daughter?] to Hubbard, 7 Nov. 1919, 1 p.

 

B. Hubbard to Mary Stanley: 11 May 1922, 1 folio p; 1 Apr. 1924, 1 p.

 

Mary Stanley to B. Hubbard: 14 Mar. [1940's ?], 1 p; 5 Aug. [1961 ?] 1 p.

 

Katherine [Mary's daughter?] to B. Hubbard, 11 Aug [1961 ?].

 

Mary Stanley to B. Hubbard: 16 Aug. [1961 ?], 1 p; 1961, Christmas card.

Folder f. 37

John Hubbard's report card, n.d.

 

John Hubbard [Bernard's brother] to B. Hubbard: 19 Nov. 1908, 2 folio pp; 29 Aug. 1910, postcard; 30 Aug. 1911, 2 pp; 31 Dec. 1914, 1 p; 8 Jan. 1915, 1 p; 30 Jan. 1915, 1 p.

 

D.J. Murphy to John Hubbard: 3 Jan. 1919, 2 pp; 31 Aug. 1919, 2 pp; 9 Dec. 1919, 2 pp; 13 Apr. 1920, 3 pp; 15 May 1920, 3 pp; 30 Oct. 1920, 1 p.

Folder f. 38

John Hubbard to B. Hubbard, 15 Feb. 1921, 1 p.

 

B. Hubbard to John Hubbard: 12 June [1921], 1 p; 11 Sept. 1922, 1 p; 7 Oct. 1922, 2 pp; 23 Nov. 1922, 2 pp; 3 Dec. 1922, 1 p [addressed to "Brother Giovanni"--probably John Hubbard]; 5 Dec. 1922, 1 p; 8 Jan. 1923, 1 folio p; 12 Jan. 1923, 1 p; 21 Jan. 1923, 1 p; 10 Feb. 1923, 2 pp; 3 May 1923, 1 p; 27 May 1923, 3 pp; 5 Sept. 1923, 1 p; John Hubbard to B. Hubbard, 18 May 1941, 1 p.

Folder f. 39

John Hubbard to George Hubbard: 24 Aug. 1914, 1 p; 4 Sept. 1914, 1 p.

 

Stella Hubbard [John's wife] to George Hubbard, 21 Sept. 1914, postcard.

Folder f. 40

J.T. Lennon, S.J., to Hubbard, 18 July 1912, postcard

 

Charles F. Loomis to Hubbard: 5 May 1914, 1 p; 22 May 1914, 1 p.

 

[Gustave?] de Lachasse to Hubbard, 26 Dec. 1914, 1 folio p.

 

Gabrielle de Lachasse to Hubbard, 27 Jan. 1915, 1 folio p.

 

[Gustave?] de Lachasse to Hubbard, 21 Mar 1922.

 

Walter F. Thornton, S.J., to Hubbard, 23 Dec. 1914, 1 p.

 

Louise Ganahl to Hubbard, 30 Dec. 1914, 1 p.

 

Maude Rice-Ibbetson to Hubbard, [Jan. 1915], 1 folio p.

Folder f. 41

Joseph Spacek to Hubbard: 9 July 1915, postcard; 6 Aug. 1915, 2 pp; 13 Nov. 1921, 3 pp.

 

Hubbard to Spacek, 18 Feb. 1922, 3 pp.

Folder f. 42

Richard A. Gleeson, S.J., to Hubbard, 21 July 1918, 1 p.

 

R. Gleeson to Fr. Rector, re Hubbard's ordination, 18 Nov. 1920, 1 p.

 

R. Gleeson to Hubbard, 18 Aug. 1923, 2 pp.

 

F.C. Dillon, S.J., to Hubbard, 1 Nov. 1918, 1 p.

 

James Cantwell, Chancelor of San Francisco, to F.C. Dillon, re Hubbard's reception of Minor Orders, 17 Aug. 1921, 1 p.

 

F.C. Dillon to [students in Innsbruck], 24 Nov. 1921, 1 p.

 

F.C. Dillon to Hubbard, 19 Mar. 1922, 1 p.

Folder f. 43

Anita [?] to Hubbard: 1920, 1 folio p; 10 Aug. 1920, 3 pp; 10 Nov. 1920, 2 pp; 28 Dec. 1920, 2 pp.

 

[Anita's exact relationship to Hubbard is unknown, but her letters are addresses to "uncle" and signed niece."]

Folder f. 44

Sophie [Neu?] to Hubbard: 17 June 1920, 2 pp; 19 Nov. 1920, 3 pp; 30 Jan. 1928, 1 p; 4 Sept. 1929, 1 p.

 

M.M. St. Paul to Sophie [Neu?], 9 July 1928, 1 p.

 

[The relationship between Sophie and Hubbard is unknown; however, she signs her letters "your devoted sister."]

Folder f. 45

Hubbard to Ernie [?]: 8 Dec. 1920, 2 pp; 21 Mar. 1921, 3 pp [half of letter--ripped]; 20 July 1921, 2 pp [ripped in half].

Folder f. 46

"Mother Whitney" to Hubbard, 2 Feb. 1921, 2 pp.

 

"D" to Hubbard, 7 Mar. 1921, 2 folio pp. [Letter is addressed "my dear brother"].

 

[William Pertz?] to Hubbard, 16 Nov. 1921, 3 pp.

 

William [Pertz?] to Hubbard, 7 Dec. 1921, 1 folio p.

 

Paul Sauer, S.J., to Hubbard, 6 Nov. 1921, 2 pp.

 

Hubbard to P. Sauer, 29 Nov. 1921, postcard, unfinished.

 

Joseph A. Vaughan, S.J., to Hubbard: 6 Nov. 1921, postcard; 21 Nov. 1923, 1 p.

Folder f. 47

Edward J. Whelan, S.J., to Hubbard: 23 Oct. 1921, 2 pp; 23 Oct. 1921, 1 p, possibly an enclosure; 13 Nov. 1921, 1 folio p. with 1 p. insert; 1 Jan. 1922, 1 folio p; 4 Sept. 1922, 1 folio p; 15 Jan. 1941, 1 p; 8 Oct. 1941, 1 p.

Folder f. 48

Henry Gabriel, S.J., to Hubbard, 13 Feb. 1922, 1 p, with enclosure: William J. [Senn?] to Hubbard, 13 Feb. 1922, 1 p.

 

H. Gabriel to Hubbard, 20 Apr. 1922, 1 p.

 

Peter M. Dunne, S.J., to Hubbard: 1 Oct. 1922, 2 pp; 26 Aug. 1923, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Leifert, S.J., with Leifert's reply, 28 Apr. 1922, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to James Lyons, S.J., [1922 ?], postcard.

 

Norbert de Boynes to Hubbard, 9 Feb. 1923, 1 p.

 

Joe Breen to Hubbard, 15 May 1923, 1 p.

 

R.H. Tierney to Hubbard, 6 July 1923, 1 p.

Folder f. 49

M. Auband to Hubbard: 19 Oct. 1922, 1 p; 20 Nov. 1922, 1 folio p; 9 Feb. 1923, 2 pp.

Folder f. 50

Hermann Rex to [Hubbard?], 10 Aug. 1923, 1 p.

 

Maria Magdalena to [Hubbard?], 1 May 1923, 1 p, part of letter.

 

Maria Magdalena to Hubbard, n.d., 1 p.

 

Anna [?] to [Hubbard?], 23 Aug. [?], 1 folio p.

 

Anna [?] to Hubbard, 15 Jan. 1925, 1 p.

Folder f. 51

"Mother" [Lang] to Hubbard, 6 Jan. [?], 1 folio p.

 

Anton Lang to Hubbard, 1 Aug. 1923, 1 folio p.

 

"Mother" [Lang] to Hubbard: 3 Oct. 1923, 1 folio p; 9 Oct. 1923, 1 p.

 

[Anton Lang (signed Andreas)] to Hubbard, 8 Dec. 1923, 1 folio p.

 

"Mother" [Lang] to Hubbard: 22 Jan. 1924, 1 p; n.d., 1 p; 29 Jan. 1924, 1 p.

 

"Pfarrer H" to Hubbard, 4 Apr. 1925, postcard with note from Anton Lang on reverse.

 

Anton Lang to Hubbard: 10 Oct. 1925, 1 p; 1925, 1 folio p.

 

"Mother" [Lang] to Hubbard: 26 Nov. 1925, 3 folio pp, note from Anton on 3rd sheet; 28 Nov. 1925, 1 p.

Folder f. 52

Elsie Junghaus [Anton Lang's secretary] to [Hubbard?], n.d., 1 p, part of a letter.

 

Titta [Lang] to [Hubbard?], 14 Feb. 1924, 1 p.

 

Martha and Titta Lang to Nikolaus, n.d., 1 p.

 

Martha Lang to Hubbard, n.d., 1 p.

 

"Mother" Lang, Martha Lang, Anton Lang, to Hubbard, n.d., 1 p.

Folder f. 53

[Guido Mayr] to [Hubbard], n.d., 1 p, parts of a letter.

 

Berta [Mayr] to Hubbard, 10 Feb. 1924, 1 folio p.

 

Guido Mayr to Hubbard: 28 Dec. 1925, 2 pp; 31 Jan. 1926, 1 p.

 

Guido and Berta Mayr to Hubbard, Feb. 1926, 1 p.

Folder f. 54

Anton Lang to President of U.S., 26 Jan. 1926, 1 p. copy.

 

Anton Lang to Hubbard: 2 Mar. 1926, 2 pp; 8 Mar. 1929, 1 p.

 

"Mother" Lang to Hubbard: 25 Jan. 1926, 1 folio p; 22 Feb. 1928, 2 pp; 1 May 1928, 3 pp.

 

"Mother" Lang to Hubbard: 14 Dec. 1928, 2 pp; 1 Mar. 1929, 1 p; 1 May 1929, 1 p; 4 Nov. 1929, 2 pp.

Folder f. 55

Klara Mayr to Hubbard: 22 Dec. 1923, 1 folio p; 20 May 1924, 1 folio p; 4 Mar. 1931, 2 folio pp; 30 June 1931, 1 folio p.

 

[Klara Mayr?] to [Hubbard?], n.d., Christmas card.

Folder f. 56

[Anton Lang?] to Ria Lang, June 1917, 2 postcards.

 

Ria Lang to Hubbard: n.d., 1 folio p; 17 Nov. 1925, 1 folio p.

Folder f. 57

F. Hatheyer, S.J., to [Hubbard?], 23 Dec. 1924, 1 p.

 

Thomas J. Donnelly, S.J., to Hubbard, 17 June 1925, 1 p.

 

Marianne Hobel to Hubbard: 27 Sept. 1925, 1 p; 18 Dec. 1925, 2 pp.

Folder f. 58

Countess Kerssenbrock to Hubbard, 18 Sept. [1925?], 1 p.

 

G. Karl M. Andlau, S.J., to Hubbard, 27 Sept. 1925, 1 p.

 

[illegible] to Hubbard, 8 Jan. 1926, 1 folio p.

 

Miss Street to Hubbard, 5 May 1927, 1 folio p.

 

[These letters are all from Lequieto, Spain, and concern the Austrian Imperial Family.]

Folder f. 59

Elise Worndle to Hubbard: n.d., 1 p; n.d., 1 p; n.d., 3 pp; n.d., 1 p; 26 Mar. 1924, 1 p; 28 Mar. 1924, 1 p; 29 Mar. 1924, 1 p; 17 Apr. 1924, 1 folio p; 18 Apr. 1924, 1 p; 19 Apr. 1924, 1 p.

Folder f. 60

Elise Worndle to Hubbard: 30 July 1925, 1 folio p. with 1 p. insert; 22 Aug. 1925, 1 p; 22 Aug. 1925, 1 folio p; 13 Sept. 1925, 1 folio p. with 1 p. insert; 8 Oct. 1925, 1 p; 19 Oct. 1925, 2 pp; 1 Nov. 1925, 2 pp; 10 Nov. 1925, 2 pp; 29 Nov. 1925, 2 pp; 6 Dec. 1925, 3 pp; 8 Dec. 1925, 2 pp; 27 Dec. 1925, 2 pp; 17 Jan. 1926, 2 pp; 10 Feb. 1926, 3 pp; 18 Mar. 1926, Easter card; n.d., 1 p, part of a letter;

 

Elise Worndle to Hubbard: 5 Aug. 1928, 1 folio p; 24 Dec. 1929, 1 p; Easter 1934, 1 p.

 

Death announcement of Marie Worndle-Adelsfried, Elise's mother, Aug. 1929, 1 p.

 

[The letters from Elise Worndle are most often signed "Lisy" or "Lisele".]

Folder f. 61

Sr. Mary Albert to Hubbard, 18 Dec. 1925, 1 folio p.

 

Felix Stejskal to Hubbard, 26 Jan. 1926, 1 p.

 

Grimm [friend of L. Worndle] to Hubbard, 24 Feb. 1926, 1 folio p. with 1 p. insert.

 

Michael Kiniger to Hubbard, 24 Feb. 1926, 1 folio p; 15 Sept. 1926, 1 p.

 

Ethel Hunt to Hubbard, 14 Mar. 1926, 1 p.

 

Gallagher to Hubbard, 15 Mar. 1926, 1 p, telegram.

Folder f. 62

Joseph Piet, S.J., [Provincial] to Hubbard: 30 Oct. 1924, 1 p; 14 Apr. 1926, 1 p; 28 Apr. 1926, 1 p.

 

James Malone, S.J., to Hubbard, 8 June 1926, 1 p.

 

Piet to Hubbard: 1 Sept. 1929, 1 p; 16 June 1930, 1 p; 21 July 1930, 1 p; 6 Nov. 1930, 2 pp.

Folder f. 63

J.A. Given to Hubbard, 25 May 1927, 1 p.

 

Barney Rosselle to Hubbard, 1 Sept. 1927, 1 p. with 1 p. enclosure: "Permit to ship specimens of game animals."

 

John O. LacGorce to Hubbard, 7 Oct. 1927, 1 p.

Folder f. 64

Sister M. Ludovic to Hubbard: 11 Dec. 1927, 2 folio pp; 12 Dec. [1930?], 1 folio p; 14 Sept. 1932, 1 p; 6 Dec. 1933, 1 p; 17 Dec. 1934, 2 pp; [1935?], 1 p; 7 Mar. 1935, 2 pp; 7 June 1935, 1 p; 10 June 1935, 1 p; 17 Dec. 1935, 2 pp.

Folder f. 65

Barrett Willoughby to Hubbard, 29 Feb. 1928, 2 pp.

 

Mother Margaretha to Hubbard, Mar. 1928, 1 p.

 

Charles S. Witting to Hubbard, [9 Dec. 1928], 2 pp.

Folder f. 66

[Topper?] to Hubbard: 23 Jan. 1929, 1 p; 26 Apr. 1929, 1 p.

 

Fr. Prange to Hubbard: 20 June 1929, 1 p, telegram; 21 June 1934, 1 p; telegram.

 

Earl Rossmar to Hubbard, 30 Sept. 1929, 2 pp.

 

George Stewart to Hubbard, 28 Nov. 1929, 1 p. with small enclosure.

 

C.M. Graves to Hubbard, 19 Dec. 1929, 1 p.

Folder f. 67

Mrs. John Killen to Hubbard, 25 Mar. 1930, 1 p.

 

Robert H. Paddock to Hubbard, 5 Apr. 1930, 1 p.

 

Myles Connolly to Hubbard, 23 Apr. 1930, 1 p.

 

F.T. Birchall, N.Y. Times, to Merle Gray, S.J. Mercury-Herald, 14 May 1930, 1 p; telegram.

 

Hubbard to Managing Editor, S.F. Chronicle, 26 June 1930, 1 p., telegram.

 

F.R. Nourse to Hubbard, 27 June 1930, 1 p, telegram.

 

Hubbard to F.T. Birchall, N.Y. Times, 26 June 1930, 1 p, telegram.

 

F.T. Birchall to Hubbard, 27 June 1930, 1 p., telegram.

Folder f. 68

Lucy A. Till to Hubbard, 3 Aug. 1930, 1 p, enclosure: L. Till to Rev. J. Osborne, 3 Aug. 1930, 1 p.

 

Paul Smith to Hubbard, 20 Aug. 1930, 1 p.

 

Rod [Chisolm?] to Hubbard, 23 Aug. 1930, 1 p, telegram.

 

Fr. Gabriel Menager to [?], 30 Aug. 1930, 1 p.

 

Vic Cardin to Hubbard, 18 Sept. 1930, 1 p.

 

Lawrence O'Keefe, S.J., to Hubbard, 7 Nov. 1930, 2 pp.

 

Isaiah Bouneau to Hubbard, 25 Nov. 1930, 1 p.

 

Merritt Holland to Hubbard, 8 Dec. 1930, 1 p.

 

Sr. Margaret Slachta to Hubbard, Christmas 1930, postcard.

 

Katherine Wilder Moncur [cousin] to Hubbard, 15 Apr. 1931, 1 p.

 

Gateway Jessen to Hubbard, 19 June 1931, 1 p, telegram.

 

[Gabriel] Menager to Hubbard, 13 Aug. 1931, 1 p, telegram.

Folder f. 69

Joseph Piet, S.J., to Hubbard: 6 Nov. 1930, 1 p; 5 Aug. 1931, 1 p.

 

Piet "to whom it may concern" re Hubbard, 23 Sept. 1931, 1 p.

 

Piet to Hubbard: 26 Oct. 1931, 1 p, with expense sheet, 1 p; 29 Oct. 1931, 1 p; 30 Oct. 1931, 1 p.

 

Piet to Hubbard: 2 Nov. 1931, 1 p; 6 Nov. 1931, 1 p; 23 Nov. 1931, 1 p; 27 Nov. 1931, 1 p; 16 Dec. 1931, 1 p.

Folder f. 70

Barree [Barrett Willoughby] to Anthony [?]: 21 July 1931, 1 p; 8 Mar. 1934, 1 p; 29 May 1935, 1 p; 21 Dec. 1941, 2 pp; 25 May 1949, 1 p.

 

[Barrett Willoughby was writer about Alaska. Anthony was apparently a priest in Alaska, and a good friend of Ms. Willoughby's.]

Folder f. 71

Frank Dorbandt to Hubbard: 8 Sept. 1932, 1 p., telegram; 13 Sept. 1932, 1 p.

 

Elizabeth Nixon to Hubbard, 8 Oct. 1932, 1 folio p.

 

Thomas J. Smith, S.J., to Hubbard, 14 Jan. 1933, 1 p, enclosure: Frank Moroney to Hubbard, 13 Jan. 1933, 1 p, telegram.

 

Cornelius Greenway to manager of NBC, 16 Jan. 1933, 3 pp. [Corncerns Hubbard lectures.]

 

John Ferfa to Hubbard, 29 July 1933, 2 pp.

 

Carveth Wells to members of Explorers' Club, 26 Dec. 1933, 1 p.

 

C.B. Pettes to Eugene Murphy, 30 Dec. 1933, 1 p, carbon.

 

C.B. Pettes to Hubbard, 18 Jan. 1934, 1 p, enclosure: [C.B. Pettes] to George O'Malley, 17 Jan. 1934, 1 p, carbon.

 

C.B. Pettes to Z. Maher, 29 Jan. 1934, 1 p.

 

L.E. O'Keefe, S.J., to Hubbard, 22 Jan. 1934, 1 p.

Folder f. 72

Hubbard to P.E. Harris, P.E. Harris & Co. Canned Salmon: n.d., 1 p; n.d., 1 p.

 

P.E. Harris to Hubbard: 3 Nov. 1933, 2 pp: 1 Dec. 1933, 3 pp; 2 Jan 1934, 1 p, telegram; 7 Feb. 1934, 2 pp; 8 Mar. 1934, 3 pp, 2 copies; 20 Mar. 1934, 2 pp

Folder f. 73

P.E. Harris to Hubbard: 22 Mar. 1934, 2 pp; 23 Mar. 1934, 1 p, enclosures: Dimond Delegate [sic] to P.E.

 

Harris & Co., 23 Mar. 1934, 1 p, telegram, P.E. Harris & Co. to A.J. Dimond, 23 Mar. 1934, 1 p, telegram.

 

Harris to Hubbard, 17 Apr. 1934, 1 p, telegram.

 

Louis R. Glavis to Hubbard, 17 Apr. 1934, 1 p, telegram.

 

Harris to Hubbard: 25 June 1934, 1 p; 26 July 1934, 1 p, telegram.

 

E. Kugler, American Pacific Whaling Co., to Hubbard: 27 July 1934, 1 p; 29 July 1934, 1 p, telegram.

 

Harris to D.S. Davis, n.d. [1934?], 1 p, telegram.

 

Harris to Hubbard: 2 Aug. 1934, 2 pp, enclosures: William Schupp to American Pacific Whaling Co., 27 July 1934, 1 p, telegram; W. Schupp to P.E. Harris & Co., 31 July 1934, 1 p, copy; "Record of the Regulations Put Into Effect by the Bureau of Fisheries on the South Side of the Alaska Peninsula and Bristol Bay Area," n.d., 5 pp.

 

Harris to Hubbard, 13 Mar. 1935, 3 pp; 19 Mar. 1935, 2 pp.

Folder f. 74

Leo Simpson, S.J., to Hubbard, 25 Apr. 1933, 1 p.

 

Zacheus Maher, S.J., [Provincial of Ca] to Hubbard: 11 Nov. 1933, 1 p; 14 Apr. 1934, 1 p, telegram; 17 July 1934, 1 p; 29 Dec. 1934, 1 p.

Folder f. 75

Maher to Hubbard: 4 Jan. 1935, 2 pp; 8 Jan. 1935, 2 pp; 13 Feb. 1935, 1 p.

 

Maher to John Hubbard, 5 Mar. 1935, 1 p.

 

Maher to Hubbard: 5 Mar. 1935, 1 p; 6 Mar. 1935, 2 pp; 11 Mar. 1935, 1 p.

 

Maher to Bishop Crimont, 25 May 1935, 2 pp, Carbon.

 

Maher to Hubbard, Christmas 1944, card.

Folder f. 76

Carl Black to Hubbard, 12 Jan. 1934, 1 p.

 

"Prangelein" [Fr. Prange] to Hubbard, 13 Jan. 1934, 1 p

 

Dan Sullivan, S.J., to Hubbard, 14 Jan. 1934, postcard.

 

Mabel White to Hubbard, 23 Jan. 1934, postcard.

 

Mary Kelly to Hubbard, 23 Jan. 1934, 1 p.

 

W.J. Fitzgerald, S.J., to Hubbard, 2 Feb. 1934, 1 p.

 

Frank Bond to C.C. Dill, 5 Apr. 1934, 2 pp.

 

E.M. Sturrett to Hubbard, 1 May 1934, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to John Dickinson, 9 May 1934, 1 p, telegram.

 

Associated Press to Hubbard, 30 July 1934, 1 p, telegram.

 

George Getty to Sr. Modeste, 25 Sept. 1934, 1 p, telegram.

Folder f. 77

B. LaFortune, S.J., to Hubbard: 26 Nov. 1934, 1 p; 4 Sept. 1940, 1 p; 1 Sept. 1941, 1 p; 24 Oct 1941, 2 pp.

Folder f. 78

Bishop Joseph Crimont, S.J., to Hubbard: 17 Feb. 1934, 1 p; 27 Mar. 1934, 1 p; 11 July 1934, 1 p; 25 Mar. 1935, 3 pp.

 

J. Crimont to [?], re Hubbard, 15 Mar. 1936, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to J. Crimont, 18 Apr. 1936, 2 pp.

Folder f. 79

Saturday Evening Post [signature illegible] to Hubbard, 5 Feb. 1935, 1 p.

 

Mrs. Hellenthal to Hubbard, 26 Feb. 1935, 6 pp.

 

Mary Adams to Hubbard, 16 Mar. 1935, 1 p.

 

Francois E. Matthes to Hubbard, 21 Mar. 1935, 2 pp.

 

Harold Peat to William J. Brien, 27 Mar. 1935, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Gilbert Grosvernor, 28 Mar. 1935, 1 p, carbon.

 

Melville Grosvernor to Hubbard, 24 Mar. 1935, 1 p, carbon.

 

Eva L. Taylor to Harold Peat, 29 Mar. 1935, 1 p, carbon.

Box Box 3, Folder f. 1

Mary E. Olheiser to Teresa Zitzman: 24 Feb. 1935, 1 p; 6 Mar. 1935, 1 p.

 

Teresa Zitzman to Hubbard: 4 Apr. 1935, 1 p; 8 Aug. 1935, 3 pp.

 

H.A. Schumacher to Zitzman, n.d. [1935], 1 p.

 

Zitzman to Hubbard: 11 Sept. 1935, 3 pp; 4 Oct. 1935, 3 pp.

Folder f. 2

Chicago and Northwestern Railway Co: Florence Fullmer to Hubbard, n.d., 1 p.

 

R. Thompson to Hubbard, 4 Apr. 1935, 1 p.

 

C.C. Houston to Hubbard, 24 Dec. 1940, 1 p.

Folder f. 3

Harold R. Peat to Hubbard, 23 Apr. 1935, 2 pp.

 

Arno B. Crammerer to Hubbard, 28 May 1935, 1 p, enclosure: A.E. Demaray, "Memorandum for Superintendents," 13 Mar. 1935, 1 p.

Folder f. 4

C.J. Kelly, S.J., to Hubbard, 4 June 1935, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to South Trimble, 18 July 1935, 1 p, telegram

 

John B. Sauter to [E]. Levin, 19 July 1935, 1 p.

 

J. Sauter to E.R. Levin, n.d. [1935], 1 p.

Folder f. 5

E.C. Van Dyke, Inc., re Allegheny Metal Boat: A.W. Miller to Hubbard, 29 July 1935, 1 p, enclosures: press releases for newspapers, 1 p; sportsmen's newspapers, 2 pp; steel papers, 2 pp; boat papers, 2 pp; caption for rotogravure, 1 p.

Folder f. 6

Francis J. Seeliger, S.J., [Provincial of Calif.] to Hubbard: 14 Nov. 1935, 1 p; 9 Dec. 1935, 1 p; 4 Feb. 1935, 2 pp; 25 Feb. 1935, 1 p; 27 Mar. 1935, 1 p; 4 Jan. 1940, 1 p; 21 Oct. 1940, 1 p; 6 Feb. 1941, 1 p; 25 Feb. 1941, 1 p.

 

[Hubbard] to Seeliger, 30 Apr. 1940, 1 p, carbon.

Folder f. 7

William G. LeVasseur, S.J., to Hubbard: 11 Dec. 1935, 1 p; 14 Dec. 1940, 1 p; 26 Sept. 1944, 1 p.

 

LeVasseur to Ed Levin, 31 Oct. 1940, 1 p.

Folder f. 8

Mary Wilson to Hubbard: 2 Jan. 1936, 2 pp; 16 Jan. 1936, 1 p.

 

Edward B.T. Spencer to Alber & Wiekes, Inc., 23 Mar. 1936.

 

George F. Pierrot to Alber & Wiekes, 23 Mar. 1936, 1 p, copy.

 

Hubbard to Murphy, 21 Jan. 1936.

 

Joseph A. Murphy, S.J., to Hubbard, 30 Mar. 1936, 1 p

 

Joseph Robinson, Explorer's Club, to Hubbard, 29 Apr. 1936, 1 p.

 

C. Murray Kavanaugh to Hubbard, 11 May 1936, 1 p.

 

Federal Communications Commission memo, 12 May 1936, 8 pp.

 

E.B. McGovern to Wm. J. Deeney, S.J., 24 Dec. 1936, 2 pp.

 

Wm. P. McGovern S.J., to Hubbard, 27 May 1937, 1 p.

 

BRH to Mr. Ryan 2/23/37: Ryan to BRH 11/2/37.

 

Hubbard to J.J. Laherty, S.J. 19 Dec. 1936 & 29 Oct. 1936 re donations and activities.

Folder f. 9

[Hubbard] to Beverly Jones, 10 June 1938, 1 p.

 

W.M. Jeffers, Union Pacific Railroad, to Hubbard, 14 July 1938, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Robert Dunn, Agfa Ansco Corp., 19 Sept. 1938, 2 pp, carbon.

 

Edgar Dowd, S.J., to Hubbard, 23 Sept. 1938, 2 pp.

Folder f. 10

Hilda T. Gavin to Hubbard: 29 June 1938, 3 pp; 6 July 1938, 1 p; [Oct. 1941?], 1 p; [15 Oct. 1941], 1 p; [13 Dec. 1941], 1 folio p.

Folder f. 11

J. McElmeel to Hubbard, 19 Jan. 1939, 1 p, handwritten original and 2 typed carbons.

 

L.A. Pearson to Hubbard, 25 Mar. 1939, 1 p, telegram.

 

The Edgerly's to Hubbard, 20 July 1939, 1 p, postcard

 

Truman Talley to Hubbard, 24 Dec. 1939, 1 p, telegram

Folder f. 12

Hubbard to [?], 30 June 1940, 1 p, telegram.

 

Hubbard to Fr. O'Hara, 30 June 1940, 1 p, telegram.

 

H.M. Genskow, Shorewood Opportunity School, 2 Feb. 1940, 1 p.

 

Mrs. B.J. Buckley to Hubbard, 14 Mar. 1940, 1 p.

 

Jean Dempster to Hubbard, 20 Mar. 1940, 2 pp.

 

Rose H. Flynn, Catala Club, to Hubbard, 31 Mar. 1940, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to William Elliot, S.J., 20 Apr. 1940, 1 p, carbon.

 

W. Elliot to Hubbard, 26 Apr. 1940, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Segundo Llorente, S.J., n.d., 1 p, telegram.

 

Louis J. Capera to Hubbard, 29 Apr. 1940, 1 p, copy.

 

B. Oglivy, Trinity College, to Hubbard, 30 Apr. 1940, 1 p, copy.

 

Hubbard to Oglivy, 6 May 1940, 1 p, carbon.

 

J.F. McElmeel, S.J., Superior of Alaska Mission, to Hubbard, 9 July 1940, 1 p.

 

Tom Cunningham to Hubbard, 4 Sept. 1940, 1 p, telegram.

 

Fletcher to Hubbard, 9 Sept. 1940, 1 p, telegram.

Folder f. 13

Sister Ann of Mary to Hubbard, 4 Oct. 1940, 1 p.

 

Joseph J. Baker, Golden Gate International Exposition, to Hubbard, 12 Oct. 1940, 1 p, enclosure: Certificate to Honor to Father Hubbard Arctic Exhibit

 

Walter J. Fitzgerald, S.J., to Hubbard, 6 Nov. 1940, 1 p.

 

John J. Sullivan, Chancellor, Diocese of Helena to T. Zitzman, 9 Nov. 1940, 1 p, copy.

 

Mary Margaret Gerwen [?] to Hubbard, 13 Nov. 1940, 1 folio p.

 

Hugh Fogarty, Creighton Univ., to Hubbard, 18 Nov. 1940, 1 p.

 

William Chaput to Hubbard, 14 Nov. 1940, 1 p, copy.

 

G.T. Colman to Hubbard, 20 Nov. 1940, 1 p.

 

H.A. Hoffman, Carnation Co., to Hubbard, 22 Nov. 1940, 1 p.

 

P. Deschout, S.J., to Hubbard, 6 Dec. 1940, 2 pp.

 

E.S. Murphy to Hubbard, 6 Dec. 1940, 1 p.

 

Harold Oldin to Hubbard, 9 Dec. 1940, 1 p.

Folder f. 14

Teresa O'Brien Zitzmann to Hubbard: 5 Oct. 1940, 4 pp; 11 Oct. 1940, 4 pp, enclosure: Zitzmann to Hubbard, n.d., 2 pp.

 

Zitzmann to A.J. Krebsbach, S.J., 24 Oct., 1940, 2 pp, enclosure: proof of Hubbard publicity material.

Folder f. 15

E.J. Cunningham, S.J., to Hubbard: 16 June 1940, 1 p; 21 July 1940, 1 p; 30 Oct. 1940, 1 p; 2 Nov. 1940, 1 p;

Folder f. 16

Segundo Llorente, S.J., to Bishop Crimont, 16 Mar. 1940, 1 p, with note from Hubbard.

 

Same, carbon copy, without note.

 

Bishop Joseph R. Crimont, S.J., to Hubbard: 4 Apr. 1940, 1 p; 15 July 1940, 1 p; 30 Sept. 1940, 1 p.

 

[Hubbard] to Crimont, 20 Apr. 1940, 1 p, carbon.

 

Crimont to W. Elliot, S.J., Provincial, 30 Sept. 1940, 1 p.

 

Crimont to Hubbard: 10 Oct. 1940, 1 p; 25 Feb. 1941, 1 p; 10 May 1941, 2 pp.

Folder f. 17

Ursula Frank to Hubbard, [1941?], 1 p.

 

The Melvin's to Hubbard, [1941?], 1 p.

 

Francis Talbot, S.J., to Hubbard: 20 Jan. 1941, 1 p, telegram; 16 Feb. 1941, 1 p; 25 Apr. 1941, 1 p.

 

Earl Harper to Sr. Mary Joseph, 5 Feb. 1941, 1 p.

 

Floyd E. Bricknell to Hubbard, 13 Feb. 1941, 2 pp.

 

Inez R. McDonald to Hubbard, 8 Mar. 1941, 3 pp.

 

N.A. Mann, S.J., to Hubbard, 18 Apr. 1941, 1 p.

 

Bernard A. Callen to Hubbard, 28 Apr. 1941, 1 p.

 

R.L.B., S.J., to Hubbard, 6 May 1941, 1 p.

 

B.J. Stanley to Standard Talking Film Services, 17 May 1941, 1 p, carbon.

 

McAmes to Hubbard, 9 June 1941, 1 p, telegram.

 

J.H. Sherts to Hubbard, 20 June 1941, 1 p, enclosure: J.E.R. to W.P. Fuller & Co., 18 June 1941, 1 p.

 

Walter H. Gray to Hubbard, 21 June 1941, 1 p.

Folder f. 18

Richard J. Cushing to Hubbard, 16 July 1941, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Jack Darrock, 18 July 1941, 2 pp, carbon.

 

Mark J. Smith, S.J., to Hubbard, 4 Aug. 1941, 1 p.

 

Paul Davidovics to Hubbard, 11 Aug. 1941, 1 p.

 

Daniel W. Creeden to Hubbard, 20 Aug. 1941, 1 p.

 

Ed [Levin?] to Hubbard, 26 Aug. 1941, 1 p, telegram.

 

T. Zitzmann to Hubbard, 28 Aug. 1941, 1 p, telegram.

Folder f. 19

E.A. Anable, S.J. to Hubbard, 30 Sept. [1941?], 1 p.

 

Jeannette Haynes to Hubbard, 30 Sept. 1941, 1 p.

 

Robert Brewster to Hubbard, 30 Sept. 1941, 1 p.

 

H.M. Genskow to Hubbard, 4 Oct. 1941, 1 p.

 

A.A. Morse to Hubbard, 15 Oct. 1941, 1 p.

 

J.W. Laux, S.J., to Hubbard: 18 Oct. 1941, 3 pp; 4 May 1942, 1 p.

 

E.F. McDonald to Hubbard, 17 Nov. 1941, 1 p.

 

John H. O'Donnell to Hubbard, 7 Dec. 1941, 1 p, enclosure: "Solution to the Mystery of the Ice Age," 2 pp.

Folder f. 20

Joseph J. Baker to Hubbard, 6 Feb., 1941, 1 p.

 

Baker to T. Zitzmann: 6 Feb. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 18 Feb. 1941, 1 p, carbon.

 

Baker to Hubbard: 18 Feb. 1941, 1 p; 3 Mar. 1941, 1 p; 14 Mar. 1941, 2 pp; 2 Apr. 1941, 2 pp; 7 Oct. 1941, 1 p; 15 Oct. 1941, 1 p; 16 Oct. 1941, 1 p.

Folder f. 21

Ed [Levin?] to Hubbard: 13 Feb. 1941, 3 pp; 22 May 1941, 2 pp; 6 June 1941, 4 pp; 15 May 1942, 1 p.

Folder f. 22

[Hubbard] to T. Zitzmann: 22 Apr. 1941, 2 pp, carbon; 21 May 1941, 1 p, carbon.

 

Zitzmann to Hubbard: 25 May 1941, 1 folio p; 6 Oct. 1941, 1 p; 25 Apr. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 26 Sept. 1943, 3 pp; 9 Dec. 1944, 3 pp, carbon.

Folder f. 23

Bernard [Stanley] to Hubbard: n.d., 1 p; 16 Jan. 1942, 1 p, telegram; 10 Jan. [1942?], 1 p.

 

Stanley to Zitzmann, 17 Jan. 1942, 1 p, telegram.

 

Paul O'Connor, S.J., to Hubbard, 24 Feb. 1942, 1 p.

 

George Gelty to Hubbard, 16 Mar. 1942, 3 pp.

 

Hermann C. Moennich to Hubbard, 14 Apr. 1942, 1 p, enclosure: "Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society," reprint, 1 folio p.

 

Rose H. Flynn, Catala Club, to Hubbard, 28 Apr. 1942, 2 pp.

Folder f. 24

Joseph J. Baker to Hubbard: 8 Jan. 1942, 1 p; 10 Jan. 1942, 1 p; 28 Apr. 1942, 2 pp, carbon; 11 May 1942, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Baker, [1942?], 1 p.

Folder f. 25

Pearl K. Hume to Hubbard, 27 Apr. 1942, 5 pp, enclosures: Hume to Father Divine, 27 Apr. 1942, 2 pp, copy; Hume to "Cousin Carrie," 27 Apr. 1942, 4 pp, copy; Hume to Clara, 27 Apr. 1942, 5 pp, copy.

Folder f. 26

Stan [?] to Hubbard, 29 Jan. 1943, 1 p.

 

Dale Ladd to Hubbard, 25 Feb. 1943, 1 p.

 

Paul O'Connor, S.J., to Hubbard, 6 Aug. 1943, 1 folio p.

 

Earl Warren, Gov. of Calif., to Hubbard, 21 Apr. 1944, 1 p.

 

Franklin Roosevelt to Hubbard, 18 Mar. 1943, 1 p.

Folder f. 27

Joseph J. King, Provincial of Calif., to Talbot, 20 Nov. 1943, 1 p.

 

King to Hubbard: 7 Nov. 1944, 1 p; 10 Nov. 1945, 1 p; 10 May 1946, 1 p.

Folder f. 28

Sr. M. Saint Agnes to Hubbard, 17 Dec. 1944, 4 pp.

 

Hubbard to Calvert Alexander, S.J., [1945?], 1 p.

 

Frank J. Burger to Hubbard, 23 Apr. 1945, 1 p.

 

Victor Kennedy to Hubbard, 1 May 1945, 1 p.

 

Edward Shipsey to T. Zitzmann, 3 May 1945, 1 p., telegram.

 

Angelo Astone to Hubbard, 24 May 1945, 1 p.

 

B.J. Albert to Hubbard, 10 Oct. 1945, 3 pp.

 

William M. Agnew to Hubbard, 19 Dec. 1945, 1 p.

 

James F. McGuire, S.J., to Hubbard, 22 Dec. 1945, 1 p

 

Gertrude Mueller to Hubbard, 27 Dec. 1945, 1 p.

Folder f. 29

Ed Zeman, S.J., to Hubbard: 15 Apr. [1945?], 2 pp; 19 Apr. [1945?], 1 p.

 

R.R. Hutchinson, Firestone Rubber, to Zeman, 12 May 1945, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Zeman, 13 Sept. 1945, postcard.

 

Zeman to John [Weber?]: 21 Jan. 1946, 1 p; 25 Jan. 1946, 1 p.

Folder f. 30

G. Francis Nauheimer to Hubbard, 10 Jan. 1946, 1 p.

 

George H. Beck to Hubbard, 11 Jan. 1946, 1 p.

 

Richard L. Field, editor of Holiday, to Hubbard: 4 Mar. 1946, 1 p; 19 July 1946, 1 p.

 

Mary M. Poedman [?] to Hubbard, 3 Apr. 1946, 1 p.

 

Leo Simpson, S.J., to Hubbard, 4 May 1946, 1 p.

 

Mary Moore to Hubbard, 31 July 1946, 1 p.

 

Calvert Alexander, S.J., to Hubbard, 6 Aug. 1946, 1 p.

Folder f. 31

Bernard [Stanley] to Hubbard, 7 May 1947, 1 p.

 

Eddie [?] to Hubbard, 9 June 1947, 1 p, telegram.

 

Golda Hulen to Hubbard, 24 June 1947, 1 p, telegram.

 

Edward Devlin to Hubbard; 26 Sept. 1946, 1 folio p; 10 Aug. 1947, 7 pp.

 

Van Vechten Munger to Hubbard, 30 Sept. 1947, 1 p.

 

Mother M. Thomas, OSU, to Hubbard, 10 Oct. 1947, 1 p.

 

Bro. Joseph Lua, S.J., to Hubbard, 19 Nov. 1947, 1 p.

 

H.O. Bordelon to Hubbard, 31 Dec. 1947, 1 p.

Folder f. 32

Calvert Alexander S.J., editor of Jesuit Missions, to Hubbard: 3 Sept. 1947, 2 pp; 12 Aug. 1947, 3 pp; 9 June 1948, 2 pp; 1 Oct. 1948, 2 pp; n.d., 3 pp.g

Folder f. 33

J.J. Clifford to Hubbard, 9 Jan. 1948, 1 p.

 

John S. Forster, S.J., to Hubbard, 30 Jan. 1948, 1 p.

 

Andrew W. Vachon, S.J., to Hubbard, 17 Feb. 1948, 1 p

 

Will H. Segueld [?] to Hubbard, 26 Feb. 1948, 1 p.

 

John S. O'Connor, S.J., to Hubbard: 24 May 1948, 1 p; 28 May 1948, 1 p; 7 June 1948, 2 pp.

 

Bishop J.L. Coudert, OMI, to Joseph J. King, 28 May 1948, 1 p

 

Harry L. Crane, S.J., to Hubbard, 21 June 1948, 1 p.

Folder f. 34

Thomas F. Ryan, S.J., to Hubbard, 5 July 1948, 1 p.

 

G.J. Feltes, S.J., to Hubbard: 14 July 1948, 2 pp; 19 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Jack Little to Hubbard, 25 Aug. 1948, 1 p.

 

Juniors Melitensis [Jesuit Seminarians, Malta] to Hubbard, 28 Aug. 1948, 1 p.

 

William Mortenson to Hubbard, 31 Aug. 1948, 1 p.

 

Sr. M. Stephanie to Hubbard, 3 Sept. 1948, 1 p, telegram.

 

Pius L. Mare, S.J., to Hubbard, 17 Sept. 1948, 1 p.

 

John J. McMahon, S.J., to Hubbard: 18 Sept. 1949, 1 p; 27 Sept. 1948, 1 p.

 

Paulo Bannworth, S.J., to Hubbard, 31 Oct. 1948, 1 p.

 

[?] Cleopha, S.J., to Hubbard, 22 Dec. [1948?], 1 p.

 

Otto of Austria-Hungary to Hubbard, [1948] Christmas card.

Folder f. 35

Beatrice Patton to Hubbard, 25 June 1948, 1 p.

Folder f. 36

Russell Sullivan, S.J., to John Weber, S.J., 20 July 1948, 1 p.

 

John H. Collins, S.J., to Weber, 12 Aug. 1948, 2 pp.

 

Wilson Leahy to J. Weber: 23 Aug. 1948, 1 p; 7 Sept. 1948, 1 p.

 

C.O. Brown to Weber, 28 Dec. 1948, 1 p.

Folder f. 38

Edward J. Murphy, S.J., to Hubbard, 5 Jan. 1949 1 p.

 

Carlin C. Brinkley, Explorer's Club, to Hubbard, 8 Mar. 1949, 1 p.

 

John Slater, S.J., to Hubbard, 8 Mar. 1949, postcard.

 

Coleman Daily, S.J., to Hubbard: 11 Mar. 1949, 1 p; 2 Mar. 1949, 1 p.

 

William J. Klement, S.J., to Hubbard: 11 Mar. 1949, 1 p; 16 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Dick Barrett to Hubbard, 13 Mar. 1949, 1 p.

 

William J. Mehok, S.J., to Hubbard, 14 Mar. 1949, 1 p

 

Jesuites of the Roman Province to Hubbard, 25 Mar. 1949, 1 p.

 

Harold O. Small, S.J., to Hubbard, 4 Apr. 1949, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Bernie [Stanley?], 28 Mar. 1949, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Bishop Francis D. Gleeson, Alaska, 28 Apr. 1949, 1 p.

 

Rohanna Lee, editor, Film News, to Hubbard, 10 May 1949, 1 p.

 

[Hubbard] to Robert Brockway, 12 May 1949, 1 p, carbon.

 

Richard O'Connor, Magnavox, to Hubbard, 17 May 1949, 1 p.

 

Alberta Edmonde to Hubbard, 18 May 1949, 5 pp.

 

Florence Lowe to Hubbard, 20 May 1949, 1 p.

 

William Maung, S.J., to Hubbard, 6 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Katherine Kelly, Magnavox, to Hubbard, 8 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Virginia Murphy to Hubbard, 8 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Francis J. Fox, S.J., to Hubbard: 9 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Joseph MacFarlane, S.J., to Hubbard: 9 June 1949, 1 p; 21 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Jack Buchanan, S.J., to Hubbard, 20 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Charles McBride to Hubbard, 28 June 1949, 1 p.

 

Robert C. Graham, S.J., to Hubbard, 13 July 1949, 1 p, telegram.

Folder f. 39

S.A. Barrett to Hubbard, 29 Dec. 1951, postcard.

 

Clara T. Burke to Hubbard: 3 Apr. 1952, 1 p; 23 Apr. 1952, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to John [Weber?], 4 July 1952, 1 folio p.

 

Julian Brannan to Hubbard: 26 Dec. 1952, 5 pp; 11 June 1953, 1 p.

 

Clair Engle to John Hubbard, 24 Jan. 1953, 1 p.

 

Armand M. Nigro, S.J., to Hubbard, 15 Dec. 1953, 1 p.

 

Nigro to Hubbard, n.d., 1 p.

 

Lawrence J. Riley to Hubbard, 26 Dec. 1953, 1 p.

 

R.E. Wood to Hubbard, 29 Dec. 1953, 1 p.

Folder f. 40

Northern Pacific Railway Company to Hubbard, 19 Oct. 1953, 1st page only.

 

"Guest List: Father Hubbard Alaska Tour No. 2," 1 p.

 

"Critical Comments, Father Hubbard Alaska Cruises 1953," 1 p.

 

"Father Hubbard Alaska Tour No. 1--1953: Guest List," 2 pp, 2 copies.

Folder f. 41

John J. Geba to Hubbard, 15 Mar. 1954, 1 p.

 

Margaret M. Scannell to Hubbard, 31 Aug. 1954, 2 pp.

 

Joseph O'Gorman to Hubbard, 11 Sept. 1954, 2 pp.

 

Greta L. Cutter to Hubbard, 10 Oct. 1954, 1 p.

Folder f. 42

Sr. M. Deotilla to Hubbard: 10 Oct. 1954, postcard; 24 June 1961, 2 pp; 16 Aug. 1961, 2 pp; 8 Nov. 1961, 1 p; Easter 1962, 1 folio p; Low Sunday, 1962, 2 pp.

Folder f. 42A

L. Hough to Hubbard: 3 Apr. 1955, w/ enclosure Souvenier of Northwestern Alaska.

Folder f. 43

P. Bourret, S.J., to Hubbard or Weber, 25 Jan. 1955, 1 p.

 

Carroll O'Sullivan, S.J., to Hubbard, 18 Nov. 1955, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to John Anthony, 12 Jan. 1956, 2 pp.

 

Hubbard to Johnny [Anthony?], 20 Feb. 1956, 1 p.

 

Robert C. Graham, S.J., form letter to Deans and Principals of Jesuit Schools, 21 Apr. 1958, 2 pp. Regarding Hubbard "This is Your Life' telecast.

Folder f. 44

Richard Cardinal Cushing, Archbishop of Boston, to Hubbard: 29 Apr. 1959, 1 p; 24 Dec. 1959, 1 p; 21 July 1961, 1 p; 16 Apr. 1962, 1 p.

 

Cushing to Agnes Quinn, 21 July 1961, 1 p, carbon.

 

Mother Mary Magdalene [Lewis - cousin of Fr. Arthur Spearman, S.J.] 3 letters, Spring 1959.

 

Lucia Ahern to Hubbard, 21 Jan 1959, 1 p.

Folder f. 45

Hubbard to Frank [unidentified Santa Clara Jesuit], 28 May 1960, 1 p. Enclosure: news clipping with photo of Hubbard and Cushing, 26 May 1960.

 

Harry A. Mersay to Hubbard, 30 Aug. 1960, 2 pp, carbon.

Folder f. 46

Arthur Spearman, S.J., to Hubbard: 15 Feb. 1961, 1 p; 9 Aug. 1961, 1 p.

 

J.M. McCleddand to Hubbard, 14 Mar. 1961, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Francis J. Gilday, S.J., [5 May 1961], 1 p, telegram, 3 copies.

 

Mother Mary Magdalen of Christ the King, O.C.D., to Hubbard, [1961?], 2 pp.

Folder f. 47

Hubbard to Marcel Vogel, 22 June 1961, 1 p.

 

Vogel to Hubbard: 21 July 1961, 1 p; 24 July 1961, 2 pp; 8 Aug. 1961, 1 p; [Aug. 1961?], 1 p; 21 Aug. 1961, 1 p.

 

Vogel to G. Francis Nauheimer, 9 Aug. 1961, 2 pp, carbon.

Folder f. 48

Sparkie [?] to Hubbard: 3 July 1961, 2 pp; 4 [July?] 1961, 2 pp; 19 July 1961, 2 pp.

Folder f. 49

Mary Pangrazio [Agnes Quinn's niece] to Hubbard: 11 July 1961, 2 pp; 18 July 1961, 1 p; 26 July 1961, 2 pp; 31 July 1961, 1 p; 3 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 16 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 20 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 23 Aug. 1961, 2 pp; 26 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 30 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 31 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 15 Sept. 1961, 1 p; 20 Sept. 1961, 1 p.

 

Pangrazio to Mary Stanley, 25 Sept. 1961, 1 p.

 

Pangrazio to Hubbard: 26 Sept. 1961, 1 p; 27 Sept. 1961, 1 p; 30 Sept. 1961, 1 p; 10 Oct. 1961, 1 p; 17 Oct. 1961, 2 pp; 24 Oct. 1961, 2 pp, enclosure, Prayers to St. Jude; 31 Oct. 1961, 1 p; 5 Nov. 1961, 2 pp; 15 Nov. 1961, 1 p; 25 Nov. 1961, 1 p; 11 Dec. 1961, 1 p; 27 Dec. 1961, 3 pp; 30 Jan. 1962, 2 pp; 8 Feb. 1962, 1 p; 20 Mar. 1962, 3 pp; 29 Mar. 1962, 1 p; 10 Apr. 1962, 1 p; [17 Apr. 1962], Easter card.

 

Mark Gaffney, S.J., to Hubbard, 16 Sept. 1961, 1 p.

 

Sent to Mary Pangrazio.

 

Mama to Mary [Pangrazio?], 13 Mar. 1962, 1 p.

 

Holy Card for Agnes Quinn.

Folder f. 50

Paul [Locatelli] to Hubbard: 19 July 1961, 3 pp; 21 July 1961, 2 pp; 3 Aug. 1961, 2 pp; 14 Aug. 1961, 1 p.

 

Marie Locatelli to Hubbard, 7 Aug. 1961, 2 pp.

Folder f. 51

Mark Gaffney, S.J., to Hubbard: 21 July 1961, 3 pp; 14 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 11 Oct. 1961, 1 p; 13 Nov. 1961, 2 pp; 16 Jan. 1962, 2 pp; 1 Feb. 1962, 1 p; 8 Mar. 1962, 2 pp; 22 Apr. 1962, 1 p.

Folder f. 52

Sr. Teresa Agnes [Agnes Quinn's sister Virginia] to Hubbard: 11 July 1961, 1 p; 21 July [1961], 2 pp; 25 July [1961], 1 p; 4 Aug. 1961, 2 pp; 7 Aug. 1961, 1 folio p; 10 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 12 Aug. [1961?], 1 folio p; 20 Aug. 1961, 2 pp; 21 Sept. [1961], 2 pp; 1 Oct. 1961, 2 pp; 15 Oct. 1961, 3 pp; 8 Dec. 1961, 3 pp.

 

Virginia [Sister Terresa Agnes] to Mary [Pangrazio?], 4 Mar. [1961?], 2 pp.

 

Sr. Mary Carmelity to Hubbard, 1961 1 p.

 

Veronica Lefferts to Hubbard: Aug. 1961, 1 folio p. with 1 p. insert; 5 Aug. 1961, 3 pp; 17 Apr. 1962, 3 pp.

Folder f. 53

Margaret Brown to Hubbard: 17 July 1961, 3 pp; 23 July 1961, 2 pp.

 

James J. Callahan to Hubbard, 29 July 1961, 1 p.

 

Ruth and Tony to Hubbard: 6 Aug. 1961, 2 pp; 19 Apr. 1962, 1 p.

 

Russ [?] to Hubbard, 9 Aug. 1961, 1 p.

 

M.C.H. to Hubbard, 11 Aug. [1961?], 2 pp.

 

Catherine Kelly to Hubbard: 11 Aug. 1961, 1 p; 9 Mar. 1962, 1 p.

 

I. Hilliard Polk to Hubbard, 11 Aug. 1961, 1 p.

 

Schmidty [Henry Schmidt] to Hubbard, 12 Aug. 1961, 2 pp.

 

Marian Hancock to Hubbard: 14 Aug. 1961, 1 p; [1961?], 1 p; 3 May 1962, 1 p.

 

John F. Connolly, S.J., Provincial of Calif., to Hubbard: 27 Nov. 1961, 1 p; 19 May 1962, 1 p.

 

James Twohy, Jr., to Hubbard, Christmas [1961], 1 p.

 

Roy Disney to Hubbard, 20 Dec. 1961, 2 pp.

Folder f. 54

Samuel Plice to Hubbard: n.d., 1 p, 23 Jan. 1962, 1 p; 6 Feb. 1962, 1 p; 27 Feb. 1962, 1 p; 17 Mar. 1962, 1 p; 5 Apr. 1962, 1 p; 3 May 1962, 1 p; 10 May 1962, 1 p; 16 May 1962, 1 p.

Folder f. 55

May Hardart to Hubbard, [1962], 1 p.

 

Norm Jensen to Hubbard: 11 Mar. 1962, 1 p; 8 May 1962, 1 p.

 

John Houle, S.J., to Hubbard, 5 Apr. 1962, 2 pp.

 

Thomas B. Nolan to G. Francis Nauheimer, 12 Apr. 1962, 1 p, carbon.

 

Mary Jane Ford to Hubbard, 16 Apr. 1962, 1 p.

 

Evelyn Fisher to Hubbard, 17 Apr. 1962, 1 p.

 

Richard E. Wood to Hubbard, 18 Apr. 1962, 1 p.

Folder f. 56

Hubbard to Julian and Helen, Passion Sun. 1962, 2 pp.

 

Charlotte [?] to Hubbard, [18 Apr. 1962], 1 folio p.

 

Josephine [?] to Hubbard, Easter 1962, card.

 

Helen Whissel to Hubbard, 19 Apr. 1962, 1 folio p, enclosure: novena card.

 

Wesley and Sadie [?] to Hubbard, 26 Apr. 1962, 2 pp.

 

Sr. Mary Bernard to Hubbard, Easter 1962, 1 p.

 

Margaret [?] to Hubbard, 1 May 1962, 1 folio p.

 

Genevieve Albers to Hubbard, 7 May 1962, 1 p.

Folder f. 57

Florence [Murray] to Hubbard, 1 May 1962, 1 p.

 

Frank Folsom to Hubbard, 1 May 1962, 1 p.

 

Stubby and Grace Dundin to Hubbard, 2 May 1962, 2 pp.

 

Frederick Simmon to Hubbard: 2 May 1962, 1 p; 22 May 1962, 1 p.

 

E. Scheumann to Hubbard, 11 May 1962, 1 p.

 

Francis [?] to Hubbard, 12 May 1962, 1 p.

 

Felicity Buranelli to Hubbard, 14 May 1962, 1 p.

 

Julian Brannan to Hubbard, 19 May 1962, 2 pp.

 

Frederic J. Foley, S.J., to Hubbard, 19 May 1962, 1 p

Folder f. 58

Miscellaneous correspondence, n.d.:

 

Captain Dempwolf to Hubbard, 1 p.

 

John Wilson to Hubbard, 1 p.

 

Mary Ackerman to Hubbard, 1 folio p.

 

Ames [?] to Hubbard, 1 p.

 

Mary E. Burke to Hubbard, 1 folio p.

 

[D.S.L.?] to Hubbard, 1 p.

 

Douglas [?] to Hubbard, 2 pp.

 

Ken and Ed to Hubbard, 1 folio p.

 

Thomas L. Crystal to Hubbard, 1 folio p.

 

Anne Golden to Hubbard, 1 folio p.

 

Bertram Butler to Hubbard, 1 p.

 

Hal Pettijohn to Hubbard, 1 p.

 

Bob and Helen to Hubbard, 2 pp.

 

James E. Kearney, Bishop of Rochester, to Hubbard, 1 p.

 

"Couple of Grub Hints", 1 p.

Folder f. 59

Miscellaneous telegrams, n.d.:

 

Betty Flanagan to Hubbard.

 

Hubbard to Angelo Astone.

 

Hubbard to Thomas Cunningham, S.J.

 

Hubbard to Prange, 2 copies.

Folder f. 60

Miscellaneous Christmas cards, n.d.

Folder f. 61

Requests for information, thanks for books and lectures: undated; 21 Jan. 1930 to 15 Sept. 1931

Folder f. 62

24 May 1932 to Jan. 1936.

Folder f. 63

1 Feb. 1941 to 16 Apr. 1962.

Folder f. 64

Requests to accompany Hubbard to Alaska, 4 Jan. 1931 to 28 Mar. 1940.

Folder f. 64A

[The following letters are the originals of letters written by Hubbard to his Provincials, Piet and Maher, in the 1920's and 1930's. They were found with the rest of the Hubbard materials in Ricard Observatory some time after Hubbard's death. How they came to be with Hubbard's papers is unknown.]

 

Hubbard to [Joseph Piet]: 3 July 1929, 3 pp; 22 Sept. 1930, 4 pp; 20 Oct. 1930, 3 pp; 25 Oct. 1930, 3 pp; 10 Dec. 1930, 4 pp; 21 Jan. 1931, 2 pp; 18 July 1931, 4 pp; 17 Oct. 1931, 4 pp; 31 Oct. 1931, 3 pp; 3 Nov. 1931, 2 pp; 3 Nov. 1931, 1 p; 4 Nov. 1931, 1 p; 13 Nov. 1931, 1 p. with enclosure: W. Flynn to Piet, 6 Nov. 1931, 1 p, carbon; 23 Nov. 1931, 1 p; 9 Dec. 1931, 2 pp.

 

Paul Galtes, S.J., to [Zacheus Maher], 20 Aug. 1932, 2 pp. [Discusses Scientific value of Hubbard's expeditions.]

 

Hubbard to [Maher], 20 Nov. 1932, 2 pp; 5 Oct. 1933, 1 p; 12 Jan. 1934, 3 pp.

 

Hubbard to William LeVasseur, S.J., 1 July 1942, 1 p.

 

[This is not a letter to a Provincial, but is included here because it is also in Hubbard's handwriting.]

 

Hubbard to Provincial [Connolly, S.J.?] 18 May 1962, and response 19 May 1962.

 

BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE

Box Box 3, Folder f. 65

Correspondence with Agfa/Ansco Co., 10 Apr. 1934 to 20 Dec. 1944.

Folder f. 66

Correspondence with Agfa/Ansco, 2 Jan. 1945 to 31 July 1947.

Folder f. 67

Correspondence with Agfa/Ansco, 4 Sept. 1947 to 24 Sept. 1948.

Folder f. 68

Agfa/Ansco packing slips, 1941-44.

Folder f. 69

Ben Sharpsteen (Walt Disney Productions) to John Weber, S.J.: 21 June 1945, 1 p; 2 July 1945, 1 p; 27 Sept. 1945, 2 pp; 18 Dec. 1945, 2 pp; 27 Dec. 1945, 1 p.

Folder f. 70

Ruth K. Oliver to John Weber, S.J., re termination of Chicago offics of Fr. Hubbard Educational Films: 21 Dec. 1948, 1 p. letter and 4 pp. inventory; 31 Dec 1948, 1 p; 28 Jan. 1949, 1 p; 3 Feb. 1949, 1 p.

Folder f. 71

Clark Green, Allegheny Steel Co., to Hubbard, 17 July 1925, 2 pp, enclosure: Allegheny Metal trademarks.

 

Franklin Fisher, National Geographic Society, to Hubbard, 28 Jan. 1931, 1 p.

 

H.E.R. Laboratories to Hubbard, 15 June 1931, 1 p.

 

"Letter of Transmittal for Photographic Work," 3 Dec. 1931, 1 p.

 

Thomas Newman, Denver Chemical Mfg. Co., to Hubbard, 5 Apr. 1932, 1 p.

 

Winfield Ervin, First National Bank of Anchorage, to Hubbard, 20 Oct. 1932, 2 pp.

 

Alan Freedman, Deluxe Laboratories, to Hubbard, 18 Apr. 1934, 1 p.

 

Herb Carbay, Seattle Hardware, to Hubbard, 8 July 1938, 1 p.

Folder f. 72

W. Werner, Movietonews, to Hubbard, 26 May 1941, 1 p.

 

E.B. DeVry, De Vry Corp., to Hubbard, 3 Oct. 1941, 1 p.

 

Eugene Williams, Wincharger Corp., to Hubbard, 6 Oct. 1941, 1 p.

 

E.L. Schroder, Victor Animatograph Corp., to Hubbard, 4 Nov. 1941, 1 p.

 

E.F. McDonald, Zenith Corp., to Hubbard, 20 Feb. 1942, 1 p.

 

William Clark, Twentieth Century Fox, to Hubbard, 30 Mar. 1942, 2 pp.

 

Thomas Grula, Gray Marine Motor Co., to Joseph Baker, 21 Apr. 1942, 1 p.

 

M.R. Randlett, Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., to Hubbard, 30 Apr. 1945, 1 p, enclosure: bill, 4 pp.

 

Ernie Craviero to Hubbard, 7 June 1948, 1 p.

 

B.J. Stanley to Coleman Daily, S.J., 29 Mar. 1949, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Whitehead, 12 May 1949, 1 p, carbon.

 

Mother Magdalene, OSF, to Hubbard, 6 June 1949, 1 p.

 

B.J. Stanley to Charles McBride, 6 July 1949, 1 p, carbon.

 

A.T. Cushman, Sears Roebuck, to Hubbard, 30 Dec. 1953, 1 p.

 

J.G. Liccion, Graflex, to Hubbard: 18 Apr. 1962, 1 p; 11 May 1962, 1 p.

 

Jack Bernard, Rapid Film Technique to Hubbard: 16 May 1961

 

Harry Mersay. 20th Century-Fox to Hubbard: 26 May 1961.

 

Bill Prentiss, Johnson Motors, to Hubbard: 18 Apr. 1962, 1 p; 15 May 1962, 2 pp; 22 May 1962, 1 p.

 

Alvina Burckhardt, Kodak, to Hubbard, 26 Apr. 1962, 1 p.

 

MILITARY CORRESPONDENCE

Box Box 3, Folder f. 73

G.S. Patton, to whom it may concern, 1 Sept. 1945, re Hubbard, 1 p, 2 copies.

Folder f. 74

Roosevelt correspondence, 1935-1944

 

Franklin Roosevelt to Hubbard, 23 Sept. 1935, 1 p, form letter to clergymen regarding Social Security program.

 

Roosevelt to Hubbard, 18 Mar. 1943, 1 p, copy.

 

T. Zitzman to Roosevelt, 9 Oct. 1943, 3 pp, carbon.

 

Zitzman to Stephen Early [Roosevelt's secretary], 4 Nov. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Edwin Watson [Roosevelt's secretary], 8 Mar. 1944, 1 p., carbon.

 

Hubbard to Roosevelt, 14 Mar. 1944, 1 p, carbon.

 

Roosevelt to Hubbard, 17 Mar. 1944, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Watson, 26 Apr. 1944, 1 p, carbon.

 

Watson to Hubbard, 8 May 1944, 1 p, 2 copies.

Folder f. 75

U.S. Air Corps correspondence, 1941-1944.

 

Hubbard to Gen. Davenport Johnson, 12 June 1941, 2 pp, carbon.

 

Col. G.V. Holloman to Hubbard, 14 Nov. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Gen. Muir Fairchild to Commanding General, Army Air Forces: 20 Sept. 1942, 2 pp, carbon; Memo re organization of an Arctic, Desert and Tropic Information center.

 

Col. John S. Mills to Hubbard, 19 Mar. 1943, 1 p.

 

Memo: Arctic, Desert and Tropic Information Center to Col. H.O. Russell and Capr. C.C. Flint, 29 Mar. 1943, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Gen. F.O. Carroll, 31 Mar. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Gen. T. Hanley, 7 Apr. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Gen. T.J. Hanley to Hubbard: 10 Apr. 1943, 1 p, copy; 8 May 1943, 1 p, copy.

 

Hubbard to Col. G.V. Holloman, 8 Mar. 1944, 1 p, carbon.

 

Holloman to Hubbard, 30 Mar. 1944, 1 p.

 

Lt. Col. W.S. Carlson, to Explorer`s Club, 12 June 1944, 1 p.

Folder f. 76

U.S. Air Corps Correspondence, 1948-1951.

 

Gen. J.B. Montgomery to Hubbard, 18 Aug. 1948, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

W. Stuart Symington to Hubbard, 23 Aug. 1948, 1 p.

 

[Hubbard] to Commanding Officer, 27 July 1948, carbon of page 1 only.

 

Symington to Hubbard, 25 May 1949, 1 p, copy.

 

Gen. Frank Armstrong to Hubbard, 21 June 1949, 1 p, carbon.

 

"Extract" from Maj. Albert Buelow, 18 July 1949, 1 p.

 

Gen. W.E. Kepner to Hubbard, 25 Oct. 1950, 1 p, copy.

 

Curtis Le May to Hubbard, 4 Dec. 1950, 1 p, copy.

 

Hoyt S. Vandenberg to Hubbard, 16 Mar. 1951, 1 p, copy.

 

J.H. Atkinson, USAF to Hubbard 25 Aug. 1948.

Folder f. 77

U.S. Army Correspondence, 1942-53.

 

Hubbard to Col. C. Henry, [1943?], 1 p, carbon.

 

Col. D.A. Stroh to Selective Service Board, 17 Jan. 1942, 1 p, carbon; re Bernard Stanley's deferment.

 

Hubbard to Col. T.J. Koenig, 18 Feb. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Koenig to Hubbard, 23 Feb. 1942, 1 p.

 

Koenig to Zitzmann, 11 Apr. 1942, 1 p.

 

Materiel Center to Zitz Management, 4 Nov. 1942, 1 p, telegram.

 

Hubbard to Col. G.C. Holoman, 1 Dec. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Zitzmann, to Adjutant General, 14 Dec. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Lt. Gen. John de Witt, 23 Dec. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Zitzmann to de Witt, 6 Jan. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Gen. William Arnold, 8 Nov. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Gen. F.H. Osborn, 2 Dec. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Gen. Delos Emmons, 2 De. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Emmons to Hubbard, 21 Apr. 1945, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Emmons, 21 Apr. 1945, 1 p, carbon.

 

Victor Levine to Hubbard, 23 May 1945, 1 p.

 

Gen. G.S. Patton to Hubbard: 1 Sept. 1945, 1 p, copy; pass, 7 Sept. 1945, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Gen. G. Keyes, 7 Oct. 1945, 1 p, carbon.

 

Col. F.T. Spaulding to Hubbard, 9 Dec. 1945, 2 pp.

 

Hubbard to Keyes, 10 Jan. 1946, 1 p, carbon.

 

Gen. S.J. Chamberlin to Gen. R.E. Wood, 26 Feb. 1946, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

Lt. Gen. R.L. Eichelberger to Hubbard, 4 Feb. 1948, 1 p.

 

James E. Gillis (Army Corps of Engineers) to Hubbard, 29 May 1953, 1 p.

 

Gen. A.C. Wedemeyer to Hubbard, 23 Nov. 1957, 1 p, telegram.

Folder f. 78

U.S. Coast Guard Correspondence, 1937-50.

 

Hubbard to Commandant, West Coast Guard, 5 May 1937, 1 p, carbon.

 

F.A. Zeusler to Hubbard: 3 Oct. 1938, 2 pp; 6 Jan. 1939, 2 pp; 6 Sept. 1940, 1 p; 10 June 1941, 1 p; 24 Jan. 1942, 2 pp.

 

Hubbard to Zeusler, 21 Oct. 1938, 1 p, carbon.

 

H.R. Searles to Hubbard, 29 Dec. 1938, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Searles, 18 Feb. 1939, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Adm. R. Waesche: [1939], 1 p; 8 Jan. 1939, 1 p, carbon; 23 Feb. 1939, 1 p, carbon.

 

Waesche to Hubbard: 27 Feb. 1939, 1 p; 16 Mar. 1939, 1 folio p; 10 Jan. 1940, 1 p, 2 copies, 1 Mar. 1940, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Capt. S.V. Parker: 6 Mar. 1939, 1 p, carbon; 28 Mar. 1939, 1 p, carbon.

 

Parker to Hubbard, 8 Mar. 1939, 1 p.

 

Capt. R.W. Dempwolf to Hubbard, 1 Dec. 1939, 1 p.

 

M.J. Ryan to Hubbard, 18 Mar. 1940, 2 pp.

 

F.M. McCabe to Hubbard, 22 Nov. 1940, 1 p.

 

Cmdr., Ketchikan Dist., to Hubbard, 5 Sept. 1941, 1 p, telegram.

 

W.J. Ferguson to Hubbard, 7 Nov. 1941, 1 p.

 

Robert Lovell to Hubbard, 23 Jan. 1943, 1 p.

 

Alaskan Air Command to Hubbard, 1 July 1950, 1 p.

Folder f. 79

U.S. Navy Correspondence, 1941-44

 

R.P. McCullough to Hubbard, 28 May 1941, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to McCullough, 7 June 1941, 1 p, carbon.

 

C.S. Kerrick to Hubbard, 20 May 1942, 1 p.

 

Vice Adm. C.S. Freeman to Hubbard: 23 Sept. 1942, 1 p; 1 Oct. 1942, 1 p; 14 Oct. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Hubbard to Freeman, 10 Oct. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Capt. A.D. Alexis to Hubbard, 7 Oct. 1942, 1 p.

 

Lt. Cdr. S.G. Witter to Hubbard: 12 Oct. 1942, 1 p; 12 Nov. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 3 Dec. 1942, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to Witter, 23 Nov. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Lt. A. Hecht to Ed Reek, 27 Dec. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

M.W. Smith to Hubbard, 31 Jan. 1943, 2 pp.

 

Gordon Hamilton to Hubbard, 6 Mar. 1943, 5 pp.

 

C.C. Carlson to Hubbard, 16 Apr. 1943, 2 pp.

 

"Chronology of Aleutian Islands Campaign," press release and map, 21 Aug. 1943, 5 pp.

 

R.W. Berry to Hubbard, [1943?], 1 p, carbon.

 

W.G. Beecher: 12 Feb. 1944, 1 p, carbon; 4 Nov. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Zitzmann, to E.J. Long: 14 Oct. 1943, 1 p, carbon; 4 Nov. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

M.M. Witherspoon to Hubbard, 15 Dec. 1943, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Forrestal, 7 Feb. 1944, 1 p, telegram.

 

Forrestal's assistant to Zitzmann, 9 Feb. 1944, 1 p, telegram.

 

H.R. Jones to Hubbard, 16 Feb. 1944, 1 p; enclosure: Lester Marx to Hubbard, 7 Jan. 1944, 1 p.

 

Alan Brown to Hubbard, 5 Apr. 1944, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to E.J. King, 3 May 1944, 1 p, carbon.

 

E.J. King to Hubbard, 11 May 1944, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

Hubbard to B. Moreell: 3 May 1944, 1 p, carbon; 1 June 1944, 1 p, carbon.

 

Moreell to Hubbard: 6 May 1944, 1 p, 2 copies; 29 May 1944, 1 p; 8 June 1944, 1 p, 2 copies; 10 June 1944, 2 pp, 2 copies.

 

B.W. Gillespie to Hubbard, 12 June 1944, 2 pp, 3 copies.

 

R.D. Workman to Hubbard, 8 Aug. 1944, 1 p.

Folder f. 80

U.S. Navy corr., 1945-48.

 

Hubbard to Moreell: 3 Mar. 1945, 1 p, carbon; 14 Mar. 1945, 1 p, draft and carbon.

 

Moreell to Hubbard: 12 Mar. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies; 15 Mar. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

Moreell to R.F. Wood, 10 Apr. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

Moreell to C. Trexel, 10 Apr. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

B.W. Gillespie to Hubbard: 31 Mar. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies; 14 Sept. 1945, 1 p.

 

G.W. Campbell (for A.S. Merrill) to Commandant, 17th Naval Dist., re Hubbard, 9 Apr. 1945, 1 p, 3 copies.

 

Hubbard to W.C. Chambliss, 17 Nov. 1945, 1 p, carbon.

 

Chambliss to Hubbard, 10 Jan. 1947, 1 p.

 

Louis Denfield to Hubbard, 16 Aug. 1947, 1 p.

 

F.S. Low to Hubbard, 16 Jan. 1948, 1 p.

 

Hugh McManus to Hubbard, 21 Jan. [1948?], 3 pp; enclosed: list of photographic equiptment, 1 p, "Excerpt from Property Redistribution Directives," 6 pp.

 

H.B. Sallada to Hubbard, 24 Jan. 1948, 1 folio p.

Folder f. 81

U.S. Office of War Information, 1943

 

Hubbard to Elmer Davis, 4 Mar. 1943, 1 p, carbon; enclosure: In Fact, 1 Mar. 1943.

 

Davis to Hubbard: 16 Mar. 1943, 1 p; 1 Apr. 1943, 1 p; 5 Apr. 1943, 1 p, 2 copies.

Folder f. 82

U.S. War. Dept., 1942-48

 

T.J. Koenig to Zitzmann, 11 Apr. 1942, 1 p.

 

G.F. Dorrot to Explorer's Club, 7 Aug. 1942, 1 p.

 

T.J. Hanley to Hubbard, 10 Apr. 1943, 1 p.

 

Robert P. Patterson, Undersecretary of War, to Hubbard: 29 May 1943, 1 p; 9 May 1944, 1 p, 2 copies; 21 Mar. 1945, 1 p, 3 copies; 16 Nov. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

Hubbard to Patterson 28 Aug. 1943 re "court martial" on AHU (Acc. 990-011)

 

Patterson to Hubbard: 10 May 1946, 1 p.

 

Letters of introduction for Hubbard

 

Patterson to Dwight Eisenhower, 4 June 1945, 1 p; 16 Nov. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

Patterson to J.T. McNarney, 7 June 1945, 1 p.

 

Patterson to J. Lee, 16 Nov. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

Patterson to L.K. Truscott, 16 Nov. 1945, 1 p, 3 copies.

 

Hubbard to Patterson: 8 Mar. 1944, 1 p, carbon; 1 June 1944, 1 p, carbon; 23 Feb. 1945, 1 p, carbon; 14 Mar. 1945, 1 p, carbon; 7 Oct. 1945, 1 p, carbon; 3 Nov. 1945, 1 p, carbon.

 

T. Zitzmann to Mrs. Rise, 4 Nov. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

F.H. Asborn to Hubbard, 23 Nov. 1943, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to J.W. Byron, 4 May 1944, 1 p, carbon.

 

F.D. Buxton to Hubbard; 12 June [1945], 1 p; 7 July 1945, 1 folio p.

 

J.H. Griffiths to Hubbard: 29 May 1948, 1 p; 9 June 1948, 1 p.

Folder f. 82A

File of Col. Westover, War Dept: Travel of Fr. Hubbard to Europe, 1945-46.

Folder f. 83

Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1950-51.

 

Omar Bradley to Hubbard: 10 Jan. 1950, 1 p; 8 Mar. 1950, 1 p.

Folder f. 84

Correspondence re Hubbard's postwar trip to Europe for Jesuit order.

 

"Memorandum to accompany passport of Fr. Bernard R. Hubbard,"

 

R.B. Shipley, [1945], 1 p.

 

W.T. McCarty to Hubbard, 14 May 1945, 1 p.

 

R.E. Lines to Hubbard: 6 July 1945, 1 p; 23 July 1945, 1 p.

 

H.R. Gay to whom it may concern, 8 Sept. 1945, 1 p.

 

R. Stern to Vander Ploeg and Hubbard, 8 Sept. 1945, 1 p.

 

J.M. Willems to whom it may concern, 10 Sept. 1945, 1 p, carbon.

 

D.C. Gallup to Hubbard, 23 Sept. 1945, 1 p, 2 copies.

 

CORRESPONDENCE WITH BISHOPS

Additional Note

Re permission to lecture in their dioceses
Box Box 3, Folder f. 85

Maurice McAuliffe, Bishop to Hartford, to T. Zitzmann, 16 May 1941, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to McAuliffe: 2 Oct. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 4 Oct. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 21 Oct. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 19 Nov. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 8 Sept. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 3 Oct. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 29 Jan. 1943, 1 p, carbon; 13 Mar. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Zitzman to Bishop of Ft. Wayne, 24 Sept. 1941, 1 p, carbon.

 

C.M. Zink to Zitzmann, 1 Oct. 1941, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to John Noll, Bishop of Ft. Wayne: 28 Aug. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 28 Oct. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 19 Jan. 1943, 1 p, carbon; 19 Feb. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

T. Zitzmann to Thomas Molloy, Bishop of Brooklyn: 30 Sept. 1941, 3 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Molloy to Zitzmann: 6 Oct. 1941, 1 p; 5 Sept. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Thomas O'Leary, Bishop of Springfield, 2 Oct. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 1 Mar. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

George Shea, Chancellor of Springfield, to Zitzman: 4 Oct. 1941, 1 p; 4 Mar. 1943, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Francis Keough, Bishop of Providence, 4 Oct. 1941, 1 p, carbon, 2 copies.

 

Keough to Zitzmann, 7 Oct. 1941, 1 p.

 

James Hughes, Chancellor of Newark, to Zitzmann, 27 Mar. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Thomas Walsh, Bishop of Newark, 25 Mar. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

John McClary, Vicar General of Newark, to Zitzman, 27 Mar. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Walsh, 3 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

J. Hugher to Zitzmann, 5 Sept. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Dennis Dougherty, Archbishop of Philadelphia: 16 Oct. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 4 Dec. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 5 Jan. 1942, 1 p, carbon, 11 June 1942, 1 p, carbon; 8 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Cletus Benjamin, Dougherty's secretary, to Zitzmann, 10 Sept. 1942, 1 folio p.

 

Zitzmann to Michael Curley, Archbishop of Baltimore: 3 Dec. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 28 Jan. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 3 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Curley to Zitzmann, 8 Sept. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Francis Magner, Bishop of Marquette: 16 Feb. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 25 Mar. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Chancellor of Marquette to Zitzmann: 18 Feb. 1942, 1 p; 28 Mar. 1942, 1 p.

 

Edmond Heelan, Bishop of Sioux City, 18 Feb. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Heelan to Zitzmann, 20 Feb. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Louis Kucera, Bishop of Lincoln, 28 Aug. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Kucera to Zitzmann, 4 Sept. 1942, 1 p.

Folder f. 86

G.J. Casey, Chancellor of Chicago, to Zitzmann, 29 Nov. 1941, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Samuel Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago: 26 Nov. 1941, 1 p, carbon; 31 Aug. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 27 Oct. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 28 Oct. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Stritch to Zitzmann, 3 Sept. 1942, 1 folio p.

 

Hubbard to Stritch, 5 Nov. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Stritch to Hubbard, 16 Nov. 1942, 1 folio p, 1 p copy

 

Hubbard to Stritch, 18 Nov. 1942, 1 p, 3 carbons.

Folder f. 87

Zitzmann to James Griffin, Bishop of Springfield: 31 Aug. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 19 Jan. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Griffin to Zitzmann, 3 Sept. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to John Swint, Bishop of Wheeling, 1 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 30 Nov. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 9 Jan. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Swint to Zitzmann, 2 Sept. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Joseph Plagens, Bishop of Grand Rapids: 1 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 30 Nov. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 9 Jan. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Plagens to Zitzmann: 11 Dec. 1942, 1 p, telegram; 17 Jan. 1943, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Francis Kelley, Archbishop of Oklahoma City and Tulsa, 1 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Kelley to Zitzmann, 5 Sept. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Robert Lucey, Archbishop of San Antonio, 9 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

J.L. Manning, Chancellor of San Antonio, to Zitzmann, 22 Sept. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to John McNicholas, Archbishop of Cincinnati: 9 Sept. 1942, 1 p, carbon; 14 Oct. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Zitzmann to McNicholas: 12 Jan. 1943, 1 p, carbon; 15 Feb. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Stanley Bertke, McNicholas' secretary, to Zitzmann: 13 Sept. 1942, 1 p; 16 Jan. 1943, 1 folio p.

 

Chancellor of Cincinnati to Zitzmann, 18 Feb. 1943, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Edward Mooney, Archbishop of New Orleans, 16 Nov. 1942, 1 p, carbon.

 

Rummel to Zitzmann, 14 Nov. 1942, 1 p.

 

Zitzmann to Edmond Fitzmaurice, Bishop of Wilmington, 9 Jan. 1943, 1 p with reply.

 

Zitzmann to John Duffy, Bishop of Buffalo, 19 Feb. 1943, 1 p, carbon.

 

Duffy to Zitzmann, 23 Feb. 1943, 1 p.

 

COOK-PEARY MATERIALS

Additional Note

Hubbard, in his lectures, advanced the cause of Frederick Cook, who claimed to have reached the North Pole before Peary. This collection represents material sent to Hubbard and Bernard Stanley by Mabel Shea, whose brother William Shea has researched the controversy. The first two f.s also contain correspondence with Helene Cook Vetter, Cook's daughter.
Box Box 3, Folder f. 88

Convase Cleveland to Hubbard, 22 Oct. 1949, 1 p.

 

Gene McDonald to Hubbard, 28 Oct. 1949, 3 pp.

 

Nora High to Hubbard, 28 Nov. 1949, 1 p.

 

Paul E. Victor to Hubbard, 5 Dec. 1949, 1 p.

 

Wendell Phillips Dodge to Hubbard, 7 Dec. 1949, 1 p.

 

Stanley to Paul Victor, 27 Dec. 1949, 1 p, carbon.

 

Stanley to Nora High, 29 Dec. 1949, 1 p, carbon, 2 copies.

 

Helene Cook Vetter (Cook's daughter) to Hubbard, Christmas 1949, 1 folio p.

Folder f. 89

Mabel Shea to Hubbard, 22 Feb. 1950, 1 p.

 

B. Stanley to M. Shea, 5 Mar. 1950, 1 p, carbon.

 

M. Shea to B. Stanley, 31 Mar. 1950, 1 p.

 

B. Stanley to M. Shea, 10 May 1950, 1 p, carbon.

 

B. Stanley to Helene Cook Vetter, 2 Feb. 1951, 2 pp, carbon.

 

H. Vetter to B. Stanley, 9 Feb. 1951, 1 p.

 

B. Stanley to H. Vetter, 20 Mar. 1951, 1 p, carbon.

 

H. Vetter to Hubbard: 15 Apr. 1951, 1 p; 18 Sept. 1951, 1 p.

 

Hubbard to H. Vetter, 24 Sept. 1951, 1 p, carbon.

 

H. Vetter to Hubbard: 12 Nov. 1951, 1 p; 6 Dec. 1953, 1 p.

 

H. Vetter to M. Shea, 11 Nov. 1954, 1 p.

 

M. Shea to H. Vetter, 1 Dec. 1954, 1 p.

 

H. Vetter to Hubbard, 20 Mar. 1955, 1 p.

 

Russell Gibbons to Research Librarian, Varsi Library, 23 Nov. 1960, 1 p (researcher on Cook).

 

Handrawn map [of polar region?].

Folder f.s 90-91

William Shea, The North Polar Epic, unpublished, unfinished MS on the Peary/Cook controversy.

Folder f. 92

William Shea, The North Polar Epic, unpublished, unfinished MS, xerox copy.

Box Box 4, Folder f. 1

William Shea, "Is the North Pole Still Undiscovered? Contradictions in Admiral Peary's Story," typed copy of article that appeared in Independent, 22 Aug. 1925, 5 pp.

Folder f. 2

Congressional Record, 4 Mar. and 15 Mar. 1919. 2 lists of references to Peary/Cook investigations in Congressional Records.

Folder f. 3

Shea/Cook correspondence

 

William Shea to Frederick Cook, 16 Nov. 1927, 1 p, carbon.

 

Shea to Cook, 21 July 1931, 1 p, carbon.

 

Shea to Cook, 19 Dec. 1936, 1 p, carbon.

 

Cook to Shea: 21 Dec. 1935, 1 p, typed copy; 16 June 1936, 1 p, typed copy; 22 Aug. 1936, 1 p, 3 typed copies.

Folder f. 4

Leavenworth New Era: Leavenworth Prison Monthly. Mar.--Dec. 1926; Jan., Feb., Aug., Oct., 1928; Mar. 1929. Each issue contains at least one article by Cook. Starting in July 1926, he was also editor.

Folder f. 5

James Stowell, Ross Gilmore Marvin: A Tragedy in the Arctic. Booklet published by Channing County Historical Society, 1954.

 

William Shea, "Ross Marvin's Death Still a Mystery," 9 page MS.

Folder f. 6

Thomas Hall, "The Confession of the Murder of Prof. Martin," 13 page MS.

Folder f. 7

Newspaper clippings re Cook-Peary controversy, 1925-34.

Folder f. 8

Newspaper clippings re Lincoln Ellsworth expeditions, 1925-35.

Folder f. 9

Newspaper clippings re Roald Admunsen expediton, 1925.

Folder f. 10

Newspaper clippings re Richard Byrd expeditions, n.d.

Folder f. 11

Newspaper clippings re George Wilkins expeditions, 1925-28.

Folder f. 12

Newspaper clippings re polar exploration, 1904-26.

Folder microfilm

Thomas F. Hall, Has the North Pole Been Discovered? An Analytical and Synthetical Review of the Published Narratives of the Two Arctic Explorers Dr. Frederick A. Cook and Civil Engineer Robert E. Peary, USN. Boston: Richard Badger, 1917 microfilm from Library of Congress, ordered by B. Stanley in 1950.

 

BELLARMINE LAFORTUNE, S.J., MATERIALS

Box Box 5, Folder f. 1

Press release re publication of Lafortune's "Eskimo Dictionary" compiled by Hubbard, n.d., 1 p.

Folder f. 2

Correspondence

 

V. Stefansson, American Museum of Natural History, to Lafortune, 22 Feb. 1913, 3 pp, xerox.

 

Lafortune to Bernard Stanley, 31 Mar. 1947, 2 pp, xerox.

Folder f. 3

Lafortune, "History of the Mission of King Island," MS, 2 copies: 60 pp and 115 pp. [The MS is undated, but it is in the form of a chronicle which runs from Aug. 1929 to Feb. 1938.]

Folder f. 4

Xerox of 60 pp version of King Island Mission MS.

Folder f. 5

"Act of Consecration of the Human Race to the Sacred Heart of Jesus," 1937. 4 copies, 1 p each; one in Eng lish and three in Eskimo, including one xerox copy. "Proclamation read at the dedication of the Statue of Christ the King," 1937. 4 xerox copies, 1 p each, 1 in English, 3 in Eskimo. Same text as the "Act of Consecration."

Folder f. 6

Lafortune, ["Eskimo Hymnal"], n.d., 4 copies: 1 carbon, 2 typed by B. Stanley, 2 xeroxes.

 

Author unknown, "A Collection of Prayers, Hymns, and Instructions for the use of the Catholic Eskimos on Seward Peninsula, Alaska," n.d.

Folder f. 7

Lafortune, "The Fall of the Angels," MS, 2 copies, n.d.

 

Lafortune, ["Eskimo Prayers"], 5 pp: 1 typed, 4 xerox.

Folder f. 8

Lafortune, ["Catechism"], n.d. 2 copies: both inter-linear English and Eskimo. [The English is written in Lafortune's hand on one copy, and in green type on the other copy. This apparently is part of the material referred to in the press release (see above)as having been prepared for publication.]

Folder f. 9

Lafortune, "The Eskimo Language," n.d., 1 p.

 

Lafortune, "Grammar," 12 pp.

 

Lafortune, "Grammar of the eskimo language," n.d., 8 pp, xerox.

Folder f. 10

Lafortune, ["Eskimo Dictionary"], n.d., 36 pp; xerox of pp 8-36.

 

Hubert Post, S.J., Lafortune, Hubbard, Sr. Amadeus, "Eskimo Dictionary," n.d., 17 pp. [Attribution by Fr. Spearman]

Folder f. 11

Sr. Amadeus and Sr. Mary Eugene, "Corrections" for Catechism MS, n.d., 17 pp.

 

ADDITIONS TO THE HUBBARD PAPERS

Additional Note

Updated 10/95.
Box Box 6, Folder f. 1

Anon., Research notes on Hubbard's life, made sometime after his death. Ms., 16 pp.

Folder f. 2

Anon., Research notes on Hubbard's life taken from documents in the S.F. Curia. Typescript, 17 pp.

 

Kupelian, Dana DeVighne and others. Reminiscence of Hubbard visit to Twin Glacier Camp, Taku River, 1927. Ms, April 1983. 3 pp.

 

Boileau, George, S.J. "Notes Taken During Interview with Fr. Hubbard on Sept. 26, 1948, after His Return From Alaska Trip." Copy of typescript, 2 pp. (Acc. 984-061).

Folder f. 3

Fierstein, Judy. "The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes." Alaska Natural History Assn., c. 1984. 2 copies.

Folder f. 4

Muktoyuk, Alex. "Home to King Island." Alaska, vol 52, no. 2 (Feb. 1986), p. 26.

 

Muktoyuk, Alex. "Home to King Island." Alaska, vol 52, no. 3 (March 1986), p. 36.

 

"Walrus Research." Bering Straights, 22 May 1981, p. 4. "Ed Muktoyuk has been instrumental in the walrus studies being conducted by the Federal Government."

Folder f. 5

Munoz, Juan. "Cliff Dwellers of the Bering Sea." National Geographic, [ca. 1952], p. 129. Xerox copy.

Folder f. 6

Regan William B., [Jr.] "Alaska Diary" (edited by Peg Major). The Santa Clara Magazine, vol. xxix no. 4 (Summer 1987), p. 10.

Folder f. 7

Regan, William, Jr. Interview re Aniakchak expedition of 1931. Interview conducted by Julia O'Keefe, Feb. 8, 1985. Typescript. 17 pp. Audio tape available. Acc. 987-030.

 

Chisholm, Roderick ("Red"). Interview re Hubbard expeditions. Interview conducted by Julia O'Keefe, June 30 1982. Typescript. 15 pp. Audio tape available.

Folder f. 8

Regan, William, Jr. Diary. May 6, 1931 - August 5, 1931. [Aniakchak expedition.] Xerox. 54 pp. 2 copies. (Original in Box 7)

Folder f. 9

Dried flowers taken from Regan 1931 Diary. Mylar-encased. 3 pp.

Folder f. 10

Regan, William, Jr. Scrapbook of Aniakchak expedition of 1931. Xerox. (Acc. 984-045).

Folder f. 11

Renner, Dr. Louis L., S.J. "Charles Olaranna: `Chief' of the King Islanders." The Alaskan Journal, vol 13, no. 2 (Spring 1983). Photographs by Bernard R. Hubbard, S.J.

 

Ray, Dorothy Jean. "Sinrock Mary: From Eskimo Wife to Reindeer Queen" Pacific Northwest Quarterly, vol. 75, no. 3 (July 1984), pp.98-107. (Acc. 985-003).

 

Ray, Dorothy Jean. "Bering Strait Eskimo" Handbook of North American Indians 1984, 285-302 [photos by Hubbard]

Folder f. 12

Davis, Carol Beery. "Tiger of Taku." Juneau: Miner Publ. Co., 1977.

 

Walker, Wesley. "My Friend, Father Hubbard." Xerox of typescript. 4 pp.

 

DeArmond, Bob. "The Blue-Eyed Tiger of Taku Harbor." Juneau Alaska Empire, Friday, July 29, 1966, p.8. Xerox of news clipping. (Acc. 983-052).

Folder f. 13

Shrine of St. Terese (Juneau) materials, including clippings from shrine's dedication. (Acc. 988-010).

Folder f. 14

Chisholm, Kenneth [brother of Roderick]. Letters, June-July 1938 to family. Written while Chisholm was on Hubbard expedition to King Island and northward to Barrow. Xeroxes. 4 letters. Acc. 989-053.

Folder f. 15

Thomas McGeeney Collection (Acc. 989-066) Six letters written to McGeeney by Hubbard between December 1959 and October 1961.

 

Bayne, Richard. "Tiger Olson." Alaska Magazine, March 1979, pp. 13-14. Xerox copy.

Folder f. 16

Kingston, Deanna (995-028)

Box Box 7

Regan, William, Jr. Diary. May 6, 1931 - August 5, 1931. [Aniakchak expedition.] 54 pp. Bound in leather with leather slipcase. Acc. 985-045.

 

Regan, William V., III. Diary. June 3, 1955 to August 7, 1955. Typed, in loose leaf binder. 95 pp. Re Boy Scout visit to Alaska with Fr. Hubbard. Acc. 987-030. See Box 8 for article by Regan based on diary.

 

Wesson, Douglas. Diary. June 4, [1939] to Sept. 5, [1939]. Hubbard expedition to King Island, etc. Manuscript in loose leaf notebook. [144 pages]. Acc. 987-029.

 

Wesson, Douglas. Diary. May 30, [1939] to Sept. 3, [1939]. Typescript (with variations) of manuscript diary. 76 pages. Acc. 987-029.

Oversize Box 8

(oversize materials)

Posters of Hubbard lectures

 

Regan, Bill [William V., III]. "Conquering Alaskan Fjords." Boys' Life, May 1956, p. 24. Article on Boy Scout visit to Alaska with Fr. Hubbard in 1955. (Acc. 987-030).

 

Honorary degrees and awards, papal blessing.

Oversize Box 9

(oversize materials)

Photograph of Hubbbard and friends after Hubbard celebrated first Mass. Innsbruck, Austria, July 1923.

 

Newspapers (full page), 1930s, carrying Hubbard photos.

Box Box 10

Papers of Bernard Stanley (nephew) and John Hubbard (brother).

Box Box 12

Shapiro, Nadia Lavrova. Papers, 1927-1932. Correspondence, news clippings, photos re early Hubbard expeditions. [Nadia Lavrova was responsible for the Sunday Feature Page of the San Francisco Examiner]. 1 box. (Acc 989-004).

Box Box 13

Levin, Edgar. Papers, Box 1 (995-048)

 

Alaska Day Festival, October 16-18, 1960

 

"An Impression of Alaska"

 

Business Lectures, 1939-1949

 

Children's Reading Materials

 

"Docey-Do," 1956 - Alaska Native Service

 

[King Island Film Lists]

 

[King Island School, 1936-1938]

 

Letters Sent, 1940-49

 

News Clippings

 

Songs

 

Special Letters, 1930-1939

 

Territory Orientation (2 folders)

Box Box 14

Levin, Edgar. Papers, Box 2

 

Address Book

 

Arctic Adventurers Certificate, 1939

 

Diaries, [1942-1943]

 

Equipment Lists

 

Lecture Notebook - University of Alaska, 1957

 

Meteorological Reading Forms

 

Photographs

 

Alaska Nuns

 

Travels through Alaska

 

TV Appearance

 

Oral History Interviews

 

Butler, Ann Gallagher. Interviewed by Julia O'Keefe re Fr. Hubbard at SCU Archives, June 1, 1989. 1 audio cassette, 20 min. Acc. 989-047. AC 68. Butler was a freshman student at Marywood College, Scranton, PA, who , after hearing Hubbard lecture, designed and produced an expedition banner for Hubbard's 1937 expedition. Butler has donated two banners (1937 and 1939) and her portraits of Hubbard to DeSaisset Gallery, SCU.

 

Ross, Frances Anna. Reminiscence of Hubbard, B. Lafortune, S.J., and Thomas Cunningham, S.J., made for Fr. Louis Renner, S. J., May 15, 1985. 1 audio cassette. AC-5

 

Douglas, Robert "Dick." Interviewed by Game McGimsey of Alaska Volcano Observatory, U.S.G.S. August 30, 1995, at Douglas's home in Greensboro, NC. 1 video casssette (VHS), 60 min. (Acc. 995-049). Douglas was a member of Hubbard's 1931 expedition to Aniakchak.

 

Muktoyuk, Alex and Edward. Interviewed by Julia O'Keefe about Father Hubbard's King Island photographs beginning with KI 01, April 22, 1987. 1 audiocassette. AC 74

 

Artifacts

Additional Note

Most objects related to the Hubbard Collection are housed in the deSaisset Museum at Santa Clara University. Those in the Archives have been added to the University Archives Artifact collection (ARTI).
Additional exhibit prints, cameras, objects belonging to the Hubbard Collection are in seismograph basement of Ricard Observatory, March 1994.
Box Box 22

Reliquary, gift to Hubbard on ordination (acc 992-044)

Box Box 36

Hubbard expedition Mass kit, hiking boots, commemorative medals, eyeglasses.

Box Box 39

Vestments

Box Box 42

Bernard Stanley Collection: Eskimo items from King Island. (Woven wood box in which they were shipped is in basement of Ricard Observatory.)

Box Box 48

Douglas Wesson Collection