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Merton's Correspondence with:

Hans Anscar Reinhold; H. A. Reinhold; H.A. Reinhold; Reinhold, H. A.; Hans Reinhold; Reinhold, H.A.

Reinhold, H. A. (Hans Ansgar), Fr., S.J., 1897-1968  printer

 
 

Descriptive Summary

Record Group: Section A - Correspondence
Dates of materials: 1949, 1958, 1963
Volume: 3 item(s); 4 pg(s)

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Biography

Fr. H. A. Reinhold was a native of Hamburg, Germany. He was part of the Catholic resistance to Hitler and had to escape Germany because he was pursued by the Gestapo. He came to the United States and served first in Seattle and later in Pittsburgh. He laid much of the foundation for liturgical reforms that were being considered in the decades leading up to the Second Vatican Council.

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#DateFrom/ToFirst LinesPub ✓Notes
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1. 1949/10/25 HPCS to Merton Corp. Mgt. is on the way to the vault for good careful study! I don't understand your reference [verso: color print of the painting "Madonna and Child" by Fra. Filippo Lippi from the Kress Collection. (Formerly filed under Laughlin, but not in his hand or initials. Information per Laughlin biographer Ian S. MacNiven.)] «detailed view»
2. 1958/10/18 TNS to Merton the other day I sat with Bob Lax and Ed rice commemorating you - today I find your article «detailed view»
3. 1963/11/23 TLS to Merton Your note of November 18 was very welcome. My health is no worse or no better than it was before «detailed view»

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