Daughters of Charity Province of St. Louise Archives Debuts Online Catalog

Working with Lucidea/CuadraStar, the Daughters of Charity Province of St. Louise Provincial Archives today launched a publicly accessible catalog of archival materials. The catalog will allow researchers to view what records, rare books, photographs, and other documents that the Archives has available for research, and provide a way for researchers to plan their visits or submit a query directly to Archives staff. The new online catalog will allow direct access to finding aids and resources for some of the largest collections, as well as research access to some of the Archives most requested items and photographs, such as the Civil War Annals and the authentic photos and portraits of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton taken during her lifetime. The Archives will be working to upload more electronic resources, finding aids, metadata, and guides to the site over time. The online catalog can be accessed here: Archives Portal

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  1. McNeil, Sr. Betty Ann

    CONGRATULATIONS TEAM!!!! Your headwork and hardwork…your progress into cyberspace is AMAZING….even if Sr Aloysia and Sr John Mary may be spinning in their graves. I am so proud of what Scott and everyone in the Archives is doing. This is so SUPER!! THANK YOU!!

    See ya’ll soon!! 😊

    Sister Betty Ann

    Betty Ann McNeil, D.C.
    Vincentian Scholar-in-Residence

    Division of Mission and Ministry
    DePaul University
    55 East Jackson Blvd.
    Chicago, IL 60604-2287

    Telephone 312-362-6858
    Email bettyann.mcneil@depaul.edu

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