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[Item Title], [Folder], [Box], Rev. Richard W. Rousseau, S.J., Collection, McHugh Special Collections, The University of Scranton.
The Rev. Richard W. Rousseau, S.J., Collection contains one box of material with eleven folders and several loose items donated by Fr. Rousseau. The material primarily consists of his travel diaries, published and non-published articles, and personal documents.
This collection contains one box that is arranged into 4 series.
This series consists of one folder with twelve personal diaries written by Rousseau between January 1951 and September 1953 mainly detailing his travels around Europe and his life in the Jesuit society.
This series consists of four folders of materials, mostly articles, written by Fr. Rousseau.
This series consists of five folders largely related to Fr. Rousseau's ordination, art work, personal writings, and family. Included in the material are a small amount of photographs, news clippings, correspondence, poetry, and art work. Also included in this series are diplomas from Assumption College High School and St. Paul University, a Pro Deo et Universitate Award from the University of Scranton honoring his first ten years of service, and his graduate school transcript from Boston College.
This series consists of one folder of publications acquired by Fr. Rousseau.
Donated by Rev. Richard W. Rousseau, S.J., in 2012.
Processed by Elizabeth Shomaker in 2012.