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Glimpses: The Brothers of the Christian Schools in The Ghetto, New York City, 1912, 1967

 Item — Box: 54 Gold, Object: G, Shelf: 5
Identifier: BAL LRC 54 Gold 1423


  • 1967


Language of Materials


Biographical / Historical

This book has an inserted letter from Brother James Loxham to Brother Ed Martin, dated September 16, 2011, regarding its transfer to Brother Edward. It is housed in a clear sleeve.

Biographical / Historical

This book was written in 1967 (See Preface, page iii) and photocopied at Staples in 2011

Biographical / Historical

In addition to the somewhat outdated term "ghetto," keywords for research purposes include "urban," "inner city," "inner-city."

Biographical / Historical

The opening pages have a Table of Contents, a Dedication to "Brother Benilde," (possibly James Loxham), a Preface, and an Introduction, pages ii-iv.

Biographical / Historical

This book is a rich source for the history of the New York District. It appears to be a thorough study of La Salle Academy (Second Street, Manhattan Borough, New York) and nearby Catholic parish schools.


1 Volumes : Softcover, spiral bound, [v], 72 numbered pages followed by four unnumbered pages.

Repository Details

Part of the The De La Salle Christian Brothers Archives of the Baltimore District Repository

1900 West Olney Avenue (Box 831)
Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19119- United States