The pressing needs of the Institution force me to remind you of the compensation due us, by the Sisters of Charity, Holyoke. Nearly two years have elapsed and you know, the decision of Rome, June 27, 1892, was that One thousand dollars be paid each year, for seven years.
June 18, 1894 – To Sr. Mary of Providence, Sisters of Providence of Holyoke, Holyoke MA from General Superior Sr. M. Edward, Kingston ON
June 18, 1894
House of Providence, Kingston
Rev. Sister M. of Providence
Your immediate answer to this matter will oblige, Yours respectfully,
Mother M. Edward, Sup. Gen.
Notes: This letter is a typed copy pasted into the copybook.
Source: 105-C, General Superior's fonds, Correspondence series, Copybook, p. 178, Archives, Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul.
Catherine McKinley’s Letters
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