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The Vincentian Studies Collection at DePaul University Library

                     Vincentian Studies Collection materials

The Vincentian Studies Collection at DePaul University includes archives, books, and maps relating to the history and legacy of Sts. Vincent de Paul, Louise de Marillac, and Elizabeth Ann Seton, as well as the religious orders they founded and influenced.

The DeAndreis-Rosati Memorial Archives (DRMA) includes correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, and records from parishes, schools, seminaries and individuals about the educational, mission and organizational work of the Western Province of the Congregation of the Mission (the Vincentian order). Information on the DRMA can be found in the Archives section of this guide.

Book and map holdings range from items available to St. Vincent de Paul during his lifetime (1581-1660), titles published before 1818 and brought from Europe to the United States by the first Vincentians to found a seminary near St. Louis, and more contemporary scholarship relating to the Vincentian Studies Institute based at DePaul. The bulk of these materials are held by DePaul's Department of Special Collections and Archives.

This guide will assist you in finding Vincentian resources held at DePaul University and beyond.

Librarian

Andrew Rea
Contact:
John T. Richardson Library, 314E
(773) 325-8117