St. Jerome’s University Archives
My Father's Business: A Biography of G. Emmett Cardinal Carter (1990)


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ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY

This book was co-authored by Michael W. Higgins and Douglas R. Letson. It was published in 1990 by Macmillan of Canada, Toronto. The biography includes Carter's rise from working class Montreal, through his work in Quebec's Catholic education system, his appointment as Bishop of London, Ontario, his work for the Second Vatican Council. and ultimately to his elevation to Cardinal.

SCOPE AND CONTENTS

This sub-series is comprised of the records relating to the research for and publication of the book,"My Father's Business: A Biography of G. Emmett Cardinal Carter". The records include correspondence, working papers, reprint permissions, financial records, grant applications, publishing agreement, typed drafts of the book's manuscript, publicity and advertising material, computer disks of an interview Michael Higgins gave on cable television, transcripts of taped interviews of resource persons, newspaper, magazine, and journal articles, copies of Cardinal Carter's personal records and papers, and other general research material.

The records are arranged by subject.
Notes:
Accruals: No further accruals are expected.
Date of Publication:
1961
Personal Name(s):
Higgins, Michael W. ; Letson, Douglas R. ; G. Emmett Cardinal Carter
Corporate Name(s):
St. Jerome's University ; Macmillan of Canada
Collection:
St.Jerome’s College records
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 43.4694629930038
    Latitude: 43.4694629930038 Longitude: -80.5461678844833
Physical Description:
73 cm. of textual records; 4 computer disks; 1 photograph.
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation:
SJU Archives
Location of Original:
2-2-4-C34
Terms of Use:
By permission of the Librarian
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290 Westmount Rd. N.
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G3


St. Jerome's University is located in Waterloo, Ontario, and is situated in the University of Waterloo. It was founded as St. Jerome's College in 1865 by the Congregation of the Resurrection. In 1959, it was granted university status and changed its name to the University of St. Jerome's College. It has been federated with the University of Waterloo since 1960. In 1998, the name was officially changed to St. Jerome's University.
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My Father's Business: A Biography of G. Emmett Cardinal Carter (1990)


ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY

This book was co-authored by Michael W. Higgins and Douglas R. Letson. It was published in 1990 by Macmillan of Canada, Toronto. The biography includes Carter's rise from working class Montreal, through his work in Quebec's Catholic education system, his appointment as Bishop of London, Ontario, his work for the Second Vatican Council. and ultimately to his elevation to Cardinal.

SCOPE AND CONTENTS

This sub-series is comprised of the records relating to the research for and publication of the book,"My Father's Business: A Biography of G. Emmett Cardinal Carter". The records include correspondence, working papers, reprint permissions, financial records, grant applications, publishing agreement, typed drafts of the book's manuscript, publicity and advertising material, computer disks of an interview Michael Higgins gave on cable television, transcripts of taped interviews of resource persons, newspaper, magazine, and journal articles, copies of Cardinal Carter's personal records and papers, and other general research material.

The records are arranged by subject.