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Record Number 534
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: Merton, Thomas
Title Shining Like the Sun / Merton quote
Publisher The Thomas Merton Foundation
Notes Framed broadsheet behind archival material.
Type of Work 16.5 x 11" broadsheet of these famous words of Merton contained in Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander. Short Title: Shining Like the Sun / Merton quote
Record Number 535
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: Merton, Thomas
Title My Lord God / Merton prayer
Publisher The Thomas Merton Foundation
Notes Framed broadsheet behind archival material.
Type of Work 16.5 x 11" broadsheet of Merton's famous prayer contained in Thoughts in Solitude. Short Title: My Lord God / Merton prayer
Record Number 536
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: Merton, Thomas
Year 1995
Title Harmonies of Excess (Heaven Poster Series #15)
Publisher The Literary Renaissance
Notes Framed broadsheet behind archival material.
Type of Work 19.5 x 11" broadsheet of Merton's famous words. Short Title: Harmonies of Excess (Heaven Poster Series #15)
Record Number 532
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Merton, Thomas
Year 1991
Title One of the Greatest tragedies of Our Time / broadside Place Published: Berkeley
Publisher Black Oak Books
Notes First edition; limited edition - 1 of 500 copies designed to benefit the American Friends Services Committee Fund for all civilian victims of war in the Middle East.
Label L
Type of Work 8 x 15.5" broadside with text and Japanese character. Limited edition. Short Title: One of the Greatest tragedies of Our Time / broadside
Record Number 521
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Merton, Thomas
Year 1967
Title Original Ink Drawing by Merton / signed
Notes This drawing originally appeared in Voyages Magazine, number 1, fall 1967, page 57 (which I also possess) as part of a portfolio of Merton drawings. The original owner was a Jesuit priest, William Dolan Fletcher, S.J., who wrote books on a number of artists such as John Taylor Arms.
Label USA
Type of Work Original black ink drawing on 8 1/2 x 11" sheet. Signed and dated by Merton. Recently framed behind museum glass and archival matting. Short Title: Original Ink Drawing by Merton / signed
Record Number 693
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Original design by a Trappist monk - Brother Blaise?, (quote by Thomas Merton)
Year 1960's?
Title Gethsemani Postcard Place Published: Trappist
Publisher The Abbey of Gethsemani
Notes Postcard; artwork thought to have been created by Brother Blaise who stayed at Gethsemani for 4 years - being a novice under Merton. Quote states, "God's glory, now, is kindled gentler than low candlelight under the rafters of a barn - Thomas Merton".
Label UA
Type of Work Folded postcard with a scene of a monk in front of a barn and a quote by Thomas Merton on the inside. Short Title: Gethsemani Postcard
Record Number 2511
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: quote), Thomas Merton (calligraph
Year 2016
Title Original Hand-lettered Thomas Merton Quote Place Published: Michigan
Notes Hand-lettered calligraph on 8x10 sheet of Thomas Merton quote made by Karrie Posio of PosioStudios. Quote begins, "To say that I am made in the image of God is to say that...
Label NAU
Type of Work Hand-lettered calligraph Short Title: Original Hand-lettered Thomas Merton Quote
Record Number 2443
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: Reinhardt, Ad
Year 1991
Title Print ad of an Ad Reinhardt black painting for a Daryl Y. Harnisch Gallery, NY showing of the artwork of Reinhardt Place Published: New York Short Title: Print ad of an Ad Reinhardt black painting for a Daryl Y. Harnisch Gallery, NY showing of the artwork of Reinhardt
Notes This is an original 1991 print ad for the Daryl Y. Harnisch gallery, NYC, showing the artwork of Ad Reinhardt. It measures approximately 10.75" x 8.75" overall.
Label AN
Record Number 2431
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: Reinhardt, Ad
Year 1966
Title Black on Black - silkscreen (or lithograph?) colour prints #9 & #10
Notes This item contains two original black on black silkscreen (or lithograph?) prints (#9 & #10 - both stamped and numbered) from an edition of 250 - both protected in original numbered folders with rice-paper protection slips. Merton and Reinhardt were friends in Columbia and continued to be so after Merton became a monk. In 1957 Merton requested and received an original black on black painting from Reinhardt to aid in his prayer life. In a journal entry of November 17, Merton described the painting, “Almost invisible cross on a black background. As though immersed in darkness and trying to emerge from it . . . You have to look hard to see the cross. One must turn away from everything else and concentrate on the picture as though peering through a window into the night . . . I should say a very ‘holy’ picture—helps prayer—an ‘image’ without features to accustom the mind at once to the night of prayer—and to help one set aside trivial and useless images that wander into prayer and spoil it.” - from Cunningham, Lawrence S. (editor) A Search for Solitude: The Journals of Thomas Merton, vol. 3. HarperSanfrancisco, 1996.
Label NUAL
Type of Work colour silkscreen (or lithograph?) prints from an edition of 250. Short Title: Black on Black - silkscreen (or lithograph?) colour prints #9 & #10
Record Number 2324
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: Reinhardt, Ad
Year 1946
Title Original Drawing / Symetrical Male Figure
Notes Original drawing by the artist; seems to demonstrate the influence Merton had on Reinhardt, with the 2 crosses depicted in this drawing. This item is similar to a piece sold at the Woodward Gallery in New York City, from an exhibition of Reinhardt's drawings held on November 8 - December 27, 2008. This piece was brought to, and examined by, John Woodward (Gallery Director) on June 11, 2013. At that time, and with limited provenance accompanying the item, it was confirmed to most likely be an authentic drawing by Reinhardt - paper, size, style, signature and subject all conform with know articles, and especially those sold during the exhibition at the Woodward Gallery. 2008 exhibition documents and titles of all pieces displayed at that exhibition accompany this item, including images of the similar item to this one from that exhibition.
Label NAU
Type of Work Drawing Short Title: Original Drawing / Symetrical Male Figure
Record Number 2445
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: Reinhardt, Ad
Title Print ad of an Ad Reinhardt black painting for The Mayor Gallery, London showing of the artwork of Reinhardt Place Published: London
Notes Single sheet print ad showing a 1960 Reinhardt black painting.
Label NA
Type of Work Print ad Short Title: Print ad of an Ad Reinhardt black painting for The Mayor Gallery, London showing of the artwork of Reinhardt
Record Number 755
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Rice, Ed
Year 2005 - from original photo from 1966
Title Thomas Merton at Grave Site / Broadside
Publisher songofsnow.com
Notes Professionally printed on 80# 12 inch x 18 inch poster stock from original negatives. Limited edition from an initial run of 50 prints. Photos taken by Ed Rice, classmate of Merton, editor of Jubilee Magazine and author of The Man Under the Sycamore Tree.
Label L
Type of Work Broadside Short Title: Thomas Merton at Grave Site / Broadside
Record Number 711
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Rice, Ed
Year 2005 - from original photo from 1966
Title Thomas Merton Hiking / Broadside
Publisher songofsnow.com
Notes Professionally printed on 80# 12 inch x 18 inch poster stock from original negatives. Limited edition from an initial run of 50 prints. Photos taken by Ed Rice, classmate of Merton, editor of Jubilee Magazine and author of The Man Under the Sycamore Tree.
Label L
Type of Work Broadside Short Title: Thomas Merton Hiking / Broadside
Record Number 805
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Seitz, Ron
Year 1995
Title Thomas Merton (A Poem) / Heaven Poster Series #34 Place Published: Louisville
Publisher The Literary Renaissance
Notes Broadside. A four stanza poem about Thomas Merton. First edition, signed, numbered and printed on glossy white paper measuring 10 1/8 x 22 inches with illustration of Ron Seitz on the porch of Thomas Merton's hermitage - Limited edition - #34/100.
Label L
Type of Work Broadside poem Short Title: Thomas Merton (A Poem) / Heaven Poster Series #34
Record Number 1687
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: Society, International Thomas Merton
Year 2003
Title The Hawk's Dream Place Published: Vancouver
Publisher ITMS
Notes Broadside; this item was created by the ITMS for the 8th Conference and General Meeting of the ITMS held in Vancouver, BC on June 5-7, 2003. It contains various depictions of Merton and quotes by him with a caption across the bottom edge, "I love beer, and, by that very fact, the world".
Label A
Date June 5-7, 2003
Type of Work Broadside Short Title: The Hawk's Dream
Record Number 533
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Stephenson, David
Year 1994
Title Original photo of the Dalai Lama at the grave marker of Thomas Merton / signed by the Dalai Lama Place Published: Lexington
Notes Photo taken by award winner photographer; signed by the Dalai Lama while he was in Toronto in 2004.
Label UYA
Type of Work Original 11 x 14" color photograph printed on Fuji archival paper and printed in a wet darkroom from the original negative. Short Title: Original photo of the Dalai Lama at the grave marker of Thomas Merton / signed by the Dalai Lama
Record Number 1045
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Thomas Merton; (Hughes, Fixel, Hitchcock, Maytag, Hemley, Reynolds, Savory and Levine)
Year 1967
Title Unicorn Folio, Series One, Number Three Place Published: Santa Barbara
Publisher Unicorn Press
Notes Portfolio of broadsides of various sizes and colors within the folio covers uniform with this series, 50 x 33 cm. Complete set of twelve individual pieces. Authors include Thomas Merton ("The Originators"), Hughes, Fixel, Hitchcock, Maytag, Hemley, Reynolds, Savory and Levine. Dedicated to Langston Hughes, who died in 1967(includes a photograph of Langston Hughes in Tashkent). Printed by Noel Young; linoleum block cover and 2 drawings by Jeffrey Sorenson and wood engravings and typography by Alan Brilliant. Limited edition - No.130 of 325 copies.
Label AUL
Type of Work Twelve individual broadsides of various sizes and colors within the folio covers uniform with this series, 50 x 33 cm. Dedicated to Langston Hughes, who died in 1967 (Includes a photograph of Langston Hughes in Tashkent). Short Title: Unicorn Folio, Series One, Number Three
Record Number 1035
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Thomas Merton; (John Haines, Wolfgang Roth, Robert Bly, Guillevic, Nathaniel Tarn, Eugen Gomringer, Boris Pasternak, Jaime Sabines, and Lenore Marshall)
Year 1967
Title Unicorn Folio, Series One, Number Four Place Published: Santa Barbara
Publisher Unicorn Press
Edition First limited edition portfolio - #87/325 Short Title: Unicorn Folio, Series One, Number Four
Notes Portfolio; contains ten broadsides of various sizes and papers by ten different contributors; additionally includes a small broadside with contributors last names and a large broadside with notes about contributors and publishing information; all in a dark-mustard coloured paper portfolio 13" x 20" in size. One of 325 copies, this is No. 87. Contributors include Thomas Merton (contributes "A Carol"), John Haines, Wolfgang Roth, Robert Bly, Guillevic, Nathaniel Tarn, Eugen Gomringer, Boris Pasternak, Jaime Sabines, and Lenore Marshall. Typography in Series One by Allan Brilliant.
Label AUL
Record Number 1290
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Victor Hammer, (with writing by Thomas Merton)
Title Hagia Sophia Crowning the Young Christ / prayer card Short Title: Hagia Sophia Crowning the Young Christ / prayer card
Notes Single prayer card; "Hagia Sophia Crowning the Young Christ" (after Victor Hammer's triptych painting, 1953-1956) on the front of the card and a quote by Thomas Merton on the back.
Label DAU
Record Number 1291
Reference Type Artwork
Picture
Author Artist: Victor Hammer, (with writing by Thomas Merton)
Year 2001
Title Hagia Sophia Crowning the Young Christ / broadside Place Published: Lexington
Publisher King Library Press
Notes Broadside of Victor Hammer's line-cut, "Hagia Sophia Crowning the Young Christ" with a passage of Victor Hammer describing Merton's naming of the triptych painting from which the line-cut was taken. This item was originally printed for the 7th General Meeting of the International Thomas Merton Society in 2001. This is a limited edition copy - #6 of 50.
Label AULD
Type of Work Line-cut limited edition - #6/50. Short Title: Hagia Sophia Crowning the Young Christ / broadside
Record Number 1887
Reference Type Artwork
Author Artist: W. Gray Reading, (text by Thomas Merton)
Year 2008
Title If You Seek a Heavenly Light Place Published: Lexington
Publisher King Library Press
Notes Broadside. "Victor and Carolyn Hammer sent this poem as a greeting for Christmas / 1960. It was written for them by Thomas Merton and appeared on the dust jacket of THE SOLITARY LIFE. At the fortieth anniversary of his death / it is here reprinted in memory of their friendship. Handset by W. Gray Reading at King Library Press.
Label A
Type of Work Broadside Keepsake Short Title: If You Seek a Heavenly Light
Record Number 2603
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Arafteh, A. Reza
Year 1965
Title Final Integration in the Adult Personality - collection Short Title: Final Integration in the Adult Personality - collection
Notes This is a collection of books, periodicals, and notes pertaining to the writing of A. Reza Arasteh on final intregration. It also contains bibliographic details of this writing along with an essay on Merton's review of this work and the bibliographic errors made by those referencing it (review by Patricia Burton and presented in the The Merton Seasonal, Winter 2010). This entire file of books, articles, notes, and reference information was provided by Merton scholar and bibiographer Patricia Burton.
Record Number 2631
Reference Type Personal Communication
Author Author: Berrigan, Daniel
Year 1974 (?)
Title Original Hand-Written Signed Letters (2) Recipient: Prof. Irma Antonetto, Associazione Culturale Italiana (Italy). Place Published: Winnipeg, Canada
Label NUY
Pages 1. Single leaf, writing on both sides; 2. Single leaf, writing on one side. Description: Two hand-written letters by Daniel Berrigan to Prof. Irma Antonetto, Associazione Culturale Italiana (Italy). One is dated Feb. 10 and is written on stationary from Hotel Forum in Rome . This a letter of thanks for the completed lecture. The other is Berrigan agreeing to come to Rome to give the lecture. These are likely from 1974. They are part of a collection of letters from Daniel Berrigan and his brother Philip to Prof. Irma regarding them traveling to Italy to give a lecture. Short Title: Original Hand-Written Signed Letters (2)
Record Number 2625
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Berrigan, Philip
Year 1970
Title Prison Journals of a Priest Revolutionary / signed by Berrigan Place Published: New York, Chicago, San Francisco
Publisher Holt, Rinehart, and Winston
Number of Pages 198
Edition Second hard cover edition - signed Short Title: Prison Journals of a Priest Revolutionary / signed by Berrigan
Notes Cloth and dust jacket; this copy inscribed on its front page, ?To Jack Levine ? in gratitude, peace, fraternity. Phil Berrigan, SSJ.?
Label YN
Record Number 2630
Reference Type Personal Communication
Author Author: Berrigan, Philip
Year 1974 (?)
Title Original Hand-Written Signed Letters (2) Recipient: Prof. Irma Antonetto, Associazione Culturale Italiana (Italy) Place Published: Baltimore, Maryland
Label YUN
Date 1. June 21; 2. August 8 - both likely 1973 or 1974. Short Title: Original Hand-Written Signed Letters (2)
Pages 1. single leaf, wrting on one side; 2. single leaf, writing on both sides. Description: Two hand-written letters by Philip Berrigan to Prof. Irma Antonetto, Associazione Culturale Italiana (Italy). One is dated June 21 and the other is dated August 8. These are likely from 1973 or 1974. They are part of a collection of letters from Philip Berrigan and his brother Daniel to Prof. Irma regarding them traveling to Italy to give a lecture.
Record Number 2605
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Day, Dorothy
Year 1963
Title Loaves and Fishes - signed Place Published: London
Publisher Victor Gollancz Ltd
Number of Pages 192
Edition First cloth edition; signed. Short Title: Loaves and Fishes - signed
Notes Cloth and dust jacket; signed by Dorothy Day.
Label NUY
Record Number 2604
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Day, Dorothy
Year 1939
Title House of Hospitality - inscribed Place Published: New York and London
Publisher Sheed & Ward
Number of Pages 275
Edition First cloth edition - inscribed. Short Title: House of Hospitality - inscribed
Notes Cloth; inscribed and signed by Dorothy Day.
Label NYU
Record Number 2628
Reference Type Personal Communication
Author Author: Doherty, Catherine
Year 1928
Title Original Letter - Single sheet hand written note Place Published: New York
Notes Signed letter from Catherine Doherty CM (1896-1985), founder of a lay apostolate in the Roman Catholic Church, writer and lecturer.
Label UY
Pages Single sheet Short Title: Original Letter - Single sheet hand written note
Record Number 2622
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Dom Jean-Baptiste Chautard, O.C.S.O., (Translated by Thomas Merton)
Year 1946
Title The Soul of the Apostolate Place Published: Trappist, Kentucky
Publisher The Abbey of Gethsemani, Inc.
Edition First hard cover edition (55th thousand in U.S.A.).
Notes Cloth, no dust jacket (as issued). Special note: This item has its edges stained red, most likely indicative of the first printing within the "55th thousand" edition.
Pages 191
Translator Complete new translation by A Monk of Our Lady of Gethsemani, (Thomas Merton) Short Title: The Soul of the Apostolate
Record Number 2623
Reference Type Personal Communication
Author Author: Fox, Abbot James
Year 1951
Title Original typed letter, signed by Abbot James Fox Description: This is a typed letter by Abbot James Fox to Nicholas ---. In it the Abbot responds to a request for info regarding monastic life. Short Title: Original typed letter, signed by Abbot James Fox
Notes This is a typed letter by Abbot James Fox to Nicholas ---. In it the Abbot responds to a request for info regarding monastic life. This letter came inserted into the Merton book "Waters of Siloe" (1949) in a home-made jacket protector. It also includes the monastic booklet "The Ideal of the Cistercian Life" (1952) which is referred to in the letter from Abbot Fox. It also includes a article written by Merton titled "The White Pebble" regarding his conversion. This article is from the periodical "Sign" from July, 1950. It also includes an original black and white drawing of what appears to be a monk/clergy.
Label NUY
Record Number 2621
Reference Type Manuscript
Author Author: Gray, Mary G.
Year 1981
Title Thomas Merton: The Twentieth Century Descendant of Julian, Walter Hilton and The Cloud Author Place Published: English Department - The University of Iowa
Notes Stapled pages upper left corner. This manuscript won "The John G. McGalliard Award 1980-1981 for the best essay on a medieval topic".
Label UN
Pages 24 Pages Start Page: 1 Short Title: Thomas Merton: The Twentieth Century Descendant of Julian, Walter Hilton and The Cloud Author
Record Number 2601
Reference Type Journal Article
Author Author: Hempstead, Christian
Year 1995
Title The Convergence of Thomas Merton and William Everson
Journal Grail / An Ecumenical Journal
Volume Volume 11
Notes Soft cover.
Label BN
Pages Pages 55-76 Short Title: The Convergence of Thomas Merton and William Everson
Record Number 2595
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Hudson, Robert
Year 2018
Title Thomas Merton's Record Player / Thomas Merton, Bob Dylan, and the perilous summer of 1966 Place Published: Grand Rapids
Publisher William B. Eerdmans Company
Number of Pages 249 pages
Edition First hard cover edition. Short Title: Thomas Merton's Record Player / Thomas Merton, Bob Dylan, and the perilous summer of 1966
Notes Cloth in dust jacket.
Label NB
Record Number 2597
Reference Type Book
Author Author: introduction), Thomas Merton (translation with
Year 1961
Title The Wisdom of the Desert / Sayings from the Desert Fathers of the Fourth Century Place Published: London
Publisher Hollis & Carter
Number of Pages 83 Short Title: The Wisdom of the Desert / Sayings from the Desert Fathers of the Fourth Century
Notes Cloth and dust jacket. 'The Wisdom of the Desert has been designed by Giovanni Mardersteig, one of Europe's leading typographers, set in his Dante type and printed by him at Verona'. Green quarter cloth gilt, printed patterned paper to boards. Printed on hand-made paper, possibly rag, by Stamperia Valdonega of Verona colophon to rear. Yellow endpapers. Top edges red. Bound by G & J Kitcat of London.
Label N
Record Number 2617
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Merton, Thomas
Year 2017
Title The Seven Storey Mountain
Publisher Word on Fire Classics Short Title: The Seven Storey Mountain
Notes Cloth, no dust jacket as issued; foreword by Bishop Robert Barron.
Label N
Record Number 2616
Reference Type Journal Article
Author Author: Merton, Thomas
Year 1936
Title They Grow in September (pg 12); The Best Things in Life (pg 14); Your Night to Howl (pg 16-19) **cover art by Thomas Merton**
Journal The Columbia Jester / Freshman's Guide 1936
Volume Volume 37
Notes Soft cover; Besides Merton article and cover artwork there are also numerous drawings by Merton (pages 18, 21, 26, 27) and Ad Reinhardt (pages 17, 25, 28). This iteam also contains an article by Merton's friend Robert Lax ("Old Mantis in Dry Month" pages 8-9). Note: drawings by Merton contained in the Jester magazine are not mentioned in Dell'Isola.
Label NUP1
Record Number 2608
Reference Type Journal Article
Author Author: Merton, Thomas
Year 1944
Title Carol
Journal The New Yorker
Notes Soft cover; first appearance fo this poem in print. One of only two appearances by Merton in the New Yorker.
Label NP
Date December 23 Short Title: Carol
Pages Page 36
Record Number 2598
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Merton, Thomas
Year 1953
Title Bread in the Wilderness Place Published: Dublin
Publisher Clonmore & Reynolds
Number of Pages 140 Short Title: Bread in the Wilderness
Notes Cloth and dust jacket.
Label NK
Record Number 2600
Reference Type Pamphlet
Author Author: Merton, Thomas
Year 1956
Title Prayer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Place Published: Lexington
Publisher Stamperia del Santuccio
Number of Pages This is a prayer printed on one sheet, French-folded, to make four printable pages (8 total).
Edition First hard cover limited edition (1 of 4) Short Title: Prayer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Notes Cloth with "Thomas Merton" printed on cover. Colophon indicates permission for printing granted in 1956. OCLC/Worldcat locates only two confirmed copies. According to a note by Carolyn Reading Hammer, wife of Victor Hammer, 54 copies were printed - of which Merton received 50 copies and Hammer retained four (info retrieved from Worldcat). This copy is likely 1 of the 4 kept by Hammer. It was bound by Carolyn Hammer bound in the late 1990s before the printing of Four French Poems. "I remember several unbound things from The Anvil Press and the Stamperia del Santuccio being cased one way or another in the late 1990s. Several different papers were used, but every book had the same material on the spines, as on your copy." (Paul Holbrook) This item is not listed in Dell'Isola, but is item 2.836 in Breit and Daggy and is listed in the title finder of Burton's bibliography. The only other place where it has been published is in Convivium 2 in Italian as "Preghiera al sacro cuore". An exceptionally uncommon Merton item.
Label NUDL
Record Number 2596
Reference Type Pamphlet
Author Author: Merton, Thomas
Title The Thomas Merton Collection - drawings by Thomas Merton (cards) Place Published: Illinois
Publisher Templegate Publishers
Notes 12 different note cards with envelopes. This item contains 12 drawings by Thomas Merton reproduced on the cover of note cards (blank interior).
Type of Work 12 note cards with Merton artword on the cover. Short Title: The Thomas Merton Collection - drawings by Thomas Merton (cards)
Record Number 2634
Reference Type Journal Article
Author Author: Merton, Thomas
Year 1968
Title The Vietnam War: An Overwhelming Atrocity
Journal The Catholic Worker
Volume Volume 24, #3, March Start Page: Cover Short Title: The Vietnam War: An Overwhelming Atrocity
Notes Folder newspaper; also contains an article by Dorothy Day (On Pilgrimage).
Label NP
Record Number 2602
Reference Type Journal Article
Author Author: O'Connell, Patrick F.
Year 1997
Title Merton on the Eve of the Third Millenium
Journal Grail / An Ecumenical Journal
Volume Volume 13
Notes Soft cover.
Label NP
Date December Short Title: Merton on the Eve of the Third Millenium
Pages Pages 11-27
Record Number 2606
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Rohr, Richard
Year 2016
Title The Divine Dance / The Trinity and your Transformation - inscribed Place Published: New Kensington, PA
Publisher Whitaker House
Number of Pages 224 Short Title: The Divine Dance / The Trinity and your Transformation - inscribed
Notes Cloth and dust jacket; inscribed and signed by Richard Rohr.
Label NUY
Record Number 2607
Reference Type Book
Author Author: Thomas Merton, (leather binding by H. G. Richardson, 1972)
Year 1968
Title Zen and the Birds of Appetite - leather bound with Suzuki tribute Place Published: New York
Publisher New Directions
Number of Pages 141
Edition Leather-bound cloth. Short Title: Zen and the Birds of Appetite - leather bound with Suzuki tribute
Notes Beautifully crafted leather bound cloth. Inlaid script "Zen" on the front cover and foreign language script on the back cover. Small label pasted inside back cover states, "The inlay design on the back cover is an impression of the calligraphy of Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki 'The Power of Non-Deception'". Additional tribute to Suzuki by T. C. H. as third fly-leaf. "H. G. Richardson 1972" stamped at bottom of inside back cover. Page edges stained red.
Record Number 1502
Reference Type Book
Author Bailey, Raymond
Year 1975
Title Thomas Merton on Mysticism Place Published: Garden City
Publisher Image Books
Number of Pages 274
Edition First soft cover edition. Short Title: Thomas Merton on Mysticism
Notes Soft cover.
Label B
Record Number 373
Reference Type Book
Author Bailey, Raymond
Year 1975
Title Thomas Merton on Mysticism Place Published: New York
Publisher Doubleday
Number of Pages 239
Edition First hard cover edition. Short Title: Thomas Merton on Mysticism
Notes Cloth and dust jacket.
Label B
Record Number 702
Reference Type Book
Picture
Author Baker, James T.
Year 1976
Title Under the Sign of the Waterbearer / A Life of Thomas Merton Place Published: Louisville
Publisher Love Street Books
Number of Pages 84
Edition First soft cover edition. Short Title: Under the Sign of the Waterbearer / A Life of Thomas Merton
Notes Soft cover. This item is a play about the life of Thomas Merton.
Label UB
Record Number 1813
Reference Type Book
Author Baker, James Thomas
Year 1971
Title Thomas Merton / Social Critic Place Published: Louisville
Publisher The University Press of Kentucky
Number of Pages 173
Edition First hard cover edition. Short Title: Thomas Merton / Social Critic
Notes Cloth and dust jacket.
Label B
Record Number 2583
Reference Type Thesis
Author Baker, James Thomas
Year 1968
Title Thomas Merton: The Spiritual and Social Philosophy of Union University: The Florida State University Degree: Ph.D.
Number of Pages 367 pages Short Title: Thomas Merton: The Spiritual and Social Philosophy of Union
Notes Soft cover, authorized fascimile printed in 1985 by University Microfilms International
Label N
Record Number 1603
Reference Type Journal Article
Author Bamberger, John Eudes
Year 1985
Title The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton / A Review Article
Journal Cistercian Studies Quarterly
Volume vol 20
Notes Soft cover.
Label T
Pages Pages 65-71. Short Title: The Seven Mountains of Thomas Merton / A Review Article