Creator(s)

John S. Stokes

Document Type

Article

Creation Date

July 1981

Description

The first 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. In this letter Stokes outlines the early history of the movement, particularly the creation of a Mary Garden in Woods Hole. The letter included numerous enclosures, available as separate .pdf files below. These enclosures include copies of Mary Garden press coverage, photographs, and publicity items from the Mary's Gardens organization.

Keywords

Mary's Gardens, Blessed Virgin Mary, biblical gardens, devotional gardens, Marian symbolism, gardening, correspondence, photographs, ephemera, clippings

Identifier

ML-034-100

ML_034_100_A.pdf (2510 kB)
ML_034_100_B.pdf (3197 kB)
ML_034_100_C.pdf (3063 kB)
ML_034_100_D.pdf (11305 kB)
ML_034_100_E.pdf (1360 kB)
ML_034_100_E2.pdf (4758 kB)
ML_034_100_F.pdf (475 kB)
ML_034_100_G.pdf (2428 kB)
ML_034_100_H.pdf (2939 kB)
ML_034_100_I.pdf (3629 kB)
ML_034_100_J.pdf (4335 kB)

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