Creator(s)

John S. Stokes

Document Type

Article

Creation Date

08-22-1981

Description

The seventh and final letter in a series from John S. Stokes, Jr., founder of the Mary's Gardens movement, to Jane A. McLaughlin, the parish historian at St. Joseph Church in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. This letter includes a rough draft of an article Stokes was writing, entitled "Why an Angelus Tower and Garden of Our Lady in Woods Hole?", which he hoped would assist McLaughlin in her research.

Keywords

Mary's Gardens, Blessed Virgin Mary, biblical gardens, devotional gardens, Marian symbolism, gardening, correspondence, manuscripts

Identifier

ML-034-106


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