Booklet entitled ‘Souvenir of St. Stanislaus’ College, Tullabeg, King’s County. A College (1818 to 1886); Noviceship and House of Studies (since 1888) of the Irish Province of the Society of Jesus.’ Lists: Rectors of the College, 1818 to 1886; – Rectors and Masters of Novices since 1888; – Staff of St. Stanislaus’ College, 1840-1885; – Summary of Results. Interspersed with photos of relevant persons, grounds and interiors.
Two notes from Fr Donal O'Sullivan SJ, Rector of St Mary's, Emo, Laois to Fr Brendan Lawler SJ, Rector of Tullabeg, concerning the 15th century Pieta left by ‘Mrs O’ Connell’ to Tullabeg in memory of Evie Hone.
O'Sullivan; Donal (1904-1977); Jesuit priest and arts administrator
File relating to the rental of accommodation for the summer villa of the Tullabeg community. Mainly includes material relating to the rental of Classiebawn Castle, county Sligo, such as correspondence between Fr Brendan Lawler SJ and Commander W.F.V. North, Estate Office, Romsey, Hampshire, acting on behalf of the owner, Countess Mountbatten of Burma.
Handwritten accounts related to Tullabeg and details of the rent of Tullabeg. Includes references to ‘Irish Province in a/c with Tullabeg’, which details expenses of individual Jesuits such as examinations, living expenses, travel and tailoring (1900 - 1915); receipt of the Province in account with Clongowes Wood College (October 1909); list of tertians at Tullabeg (1911); letter of thanks from Brother Benedict, Mount St. Michael, Drumfries, Scotland to Fr Thomas Wheeler SJ, Tullabeg concerning information related to land at Tullabeg (25 April 1909).