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The collection is comprised of eight series. It chronicles the transition of the Conference to the Association, and contains governance materials, financial documents, correspondence, event ephemera, publications, and photographs. The Association records also include documents regarding the writing and publication of the Association's 800th anniversary book, Vocation in Black and White: Dominican Contemplative Nuns Tell How God Called Them.
The Conference of Nuns collection is divided up into a twenty-six series and numerous subseries. The collection spans the years 1962 to 2006, with the bulk of the material being correspondence from c. 1980 to 2005, and publications, from 1980 to 2006. The collection also includes published works, reports, video tapes, audio cassettes, pictures, and digital files.
This collection primarily consists of S. Thomasine Bugala’s textbooks written for Sisters teaching English to Japanese students. It also contains her obituary – detailing her works in life – and her letterhead.
The collection contains a transcript and grant proposals for the Young Indian People’s Extended Education program, as wells as the Young Indian People’s Extended Education program’s weekly newspaper, “The Yipee Times”, and photographs. The materials in the collection are representative of Sister Marie Flaherty’s work with the Indians of northwest Oklahoma. The materials in the collection cover the period from 1982-1985.
- Repository: Mary Nona McGreal, OP Center for Dominican Historical Studies X