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Author Hawes, John Cyril, 1876-1956.
Title Papers, 1919-1956 [manuscript]
Published/Produced 1919-1956.
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 3rd Floor Reference  MN 649  Detailed listing    NOT FOR LOAN  
 4th Floor Stack  ACC 4501A    Use in SLWA  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 4th Floor Stack  ACC 2599A    Use in SLWA  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 4th Floor Stack  ACC 4466A    Use in SLWA  REQUEST RETRIEVAL


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Call Number MN 649
Description 10 cm.
Access advisory Available for reference; not for loan.
Cite As Battye Library, MN 649, Papers of Monsignor John Cyril Hawes, ACC 2599A, 4501A, 4466A.
Biography/history Monsignor Hawes was born in England and became an architect, making his reputation in fine church buildings. Initially an Anglican, he converted to Catholicism early in the century and was eventually ordained a priest. A meeting with Bishop Kelly, of the Geraldton Diocese, in Rome, led to an invitation to work in the diocese. Hawes arrived in 1915 and remained until 1939. During the period he both designed and built, literally with his own hands, 21 churches and convents. They remain an exceptionally fine collection, architecturally and historically. The lasting friendship between Monsignor Hawes and Mrs Arnold stemmed from the death of Mrs Arnold's son, by drowning, one Christmas when Hawes was on hand in Mullewa. Monsignor Hawes continued to write Mrs Arnold over a long period, mainly under his adopted name of Father Jerome.
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Summary Letters to Mrs B. Arnold (1919-1956); manuscript "The Soliloquies of a Solitary"; newspaper cuttings and articles; photographs; plans; sketches.
Subjects Hawes, John Cyril, 1876-1956 -- Archives.
Priests -- Western Australia -- Archives.
Architects -- Western Australia -- Archives.