Thomas Merton Center

Manuscripts in Sub-Section E.2:

Rites for the extrusion of a leper

Item 1 - 

First Lines:  1. A Leper is a Lazar or a Measel and a sign of God to the people, for as Gregory says his skin is

Sub-Type:  Published material

Draft:  1st

Copy Type:  Typescript carbon

Date:  no-month no-day, no-year

Number of pages:  3

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Yellow carbon with no title page or introductory note. Donated by A.J. Flogge 2016.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 14

Item 2 - 

First Lines:  Note: These "rites", suitably adjusted to fit modern man in his contemporary situation

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  2nd

Copy Type:  Typescript carbon with holograph corrections

Date:  June no-day, 1967

Number of pages:  6

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 6a

Item 3 - 

First Lines:  A Leper is a Lazar or a Measel. He is a sign of God to the people, for as Gregory teaches, his skin

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  2nd

Copy Type:  Typescript carbon

Date:  June no-day, 1967

Number of pages:  5

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  No title page or introductory note. Donated by David Charron, March 2008.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 6a

Item 4 - 

First Lines:  A Leper is a Lazar or a Meazel. He is a sign of God to the people, for as Gregory teaches, his skin

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  3rd

Copy Type:  Mimeograph with holograph corrections

Date:  no-month no-day, 1967

Number of pages:  5

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 6a

Item 5 - 

First Lines:  Note: These "rites", suitably adjusted to fit modern man in his contemporary situation

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  3rd

Copy Type:  Mimeograph

Date:  June no-day, 1967

Number of pages:  6

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  3 copies; 2 doublesided.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 6a

Item 6 - 

First Lines:  Note: These "rites", adjusted to the religious needs of contemporary man, are based on medieval

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  4th

Copy Type:  Typescript with holograph corrections

Date:  no-month no-day, 1967

Number of pages:  2

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Only the note portion.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 6a

Item 7 - 

First Lines:  Note: These "rites" adjusted to the religious needs of contemporary man, are based on medieval

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  4th

Copy Type:  Typescript carbon

Date:  no-month no-day, 1967

Number of pages:  6

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  2 copies.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 6a

Item 8 - 

First Lines:  Note: These "rites" adjusted to the religious needs of contemporary man, are based on medieval

Sub-Type:  Manuscript

Draft:  5th

Copy Type:  Typescript carbon

Date:  no-month no-day, 1967

Number of pages:  7

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 6a