The Brother Clarence Schenk Collection, 1932-2015 Edit


SF 400 0750
Finding Aid Author
Jennifer Sturm
Finding Aid Date
March 13, 2018
Description Rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard


  • 1932-2015 (Existence)


  • 2 Linear Feet (Whole)

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  • Abstract

    The personnel file of Brother Clarence Schenk, containing such items as correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, biographical materials, academic materials, professional papers, and documents relating to his death. This is a hybrid collection with both physical and digital files.

  • Accruals

    No major accruals are anticipated, but materials on the item level may be added occasionally.

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Some or all of the materials in this collection may be protected by copyright law. Responsibility for obtaining permissions for any use or distribution of this work rests exclusively with the user and not with the SFNO District Archives of the De La Salle Institute.

    The collection is closed to the public until September 2035.

    Contact repository for details.

  • Immediate Source of Acquisition

    Materials from this collection are from several different sources. Some are from files maintained by the Visitor's Office, some are from files maintained by the Archives, and some have been collected and sent to the Archives from Brother Michael Meister, Director of the Joseph Alemany Community in Moraga, California.

  • Processing Information

    The San Francisco District Archives of the De La Salle Christian Brothers maintains files on living Brothers and Novices of the District. Materials in these files are accrued over time, with many Brothers sending items to the District Archives that they wished to have as part of their file. When a Brother or Novice left the order or died, their file was then processed into the repository. At the time of processing, Brother Clarence's personnel file maintained by the District Archives was combined with the files on individual Brothers kept by the Visitor's office and files which were sent to the Archives by Brother Clarence and others.

  • Preferred Citation

    For a simple credit line, use:
    Courtesy of the SFNO District Archives of the De La Salle Institute.