AMU Digital Collections
This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held in the Canizaro Library at Ave Maria University. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally through the World Wide Web.
|Title:||Father Robert A. Graham Collection|
|Dates:||1758-the late 1960's|
|Quantity||5 linear feet|
|Summary:||There are approximately 175 titles in the Graham collection concerned with church/state relations, human rights, freedom of conscience, religious freedom, Vatican relations with the sovereign states, etc.|
|Repository:||Ave Maria University – Canizaro Library Rare Books and Special Collections
5152 Donahue Street
Ave Maria, FL 34142
Phone (239) 280-2557
Fax (239) 280-1639
Director of Library Services
|Languages:||Collection materials are in English, French, German, Latin, etc.|
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[Identification of item], in the Father Robert A. Graham Collection, Rare Books and Special Collections, Canizaro Library, Ave Maria University.
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Father Robert Andrew Graham, SJ (born March 11, 1912, Sacramento, California – died February 11, 1997, Los Gatos, California) was an American Jesuit priest and World War II historian of the Catholic Church.
There are approximately 175 titles in the Graham collection concerned with church/state relations, human rights, freedom of conscience, religious freedom, Vatican relations with the sovereign states, etc.
La Farge, John
World War 1939-1945 Religious aspects