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In Paris or thereabouts

"Tour" of Holy Child missions and schools in Paris by M.M. St. Agnes Hartung. From Pylon, Spring 1967, pages 22-31.

Spring 1967

Neuilly, France 01
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France. Cover of photo album from "Pensionnat du St. Enfant-Jesus" (boarding school of the Holy Child Jesus)
c. 1885

Neuilly, France 02
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France.Photo from album shown in places/CCI-EUR-NEU-01
c. 1885

Neuilly, France 03
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France.Photo from album shown in places/CCI-EUR-NEU-01
c. 1885

Neuilly, France 04
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France.Photo from album shown in places/CCI-EUR-NEU-01
c. 1885

Neuilly, France 05
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France.Photo from album shown in places/CCI-EUR-NEU-01
c. 1885

Neuilly, France 06
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France.Photo from album shown in places/CCI-EUR-NEU-01
c. 1885

Neuilly, France 07
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France.Photo of students with sisters; "Le Petit Chateau, rue de la Saussaye, 1893. We had to leave France in 1904." (from reverse of photo)
1893

Neuilly, France 08
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France. "August 15 1980 This picture used to be in Mayfield until the nuns returned to Neuilly after the first World War when rue Perronet was opened in 1921 by Rev. Mother Mary Theresa Walton, Rev. Mother Mary Frances Tholhieust (sp?), being Rev. Mother General; this picture was given to that Neuilly foundation by R. Mary Frances that this house may possess a momento of Rev. Mother Foundress, the picture being  attributed to her. This was told to me and to the first and successive communities of the Holy Child Convent in Neuilly by Mother Mary S. Maurice Reconig (sp?) who was the companion of Rev. Mother Mary Theresa when the house was opened: (M. M. Maurice S was  in charge of rue Perronet after Rev. Mother Theresa returned to England) - Later on, M.M. S. Maurice became the superior of Neuilly. During the second World War this picture was rescued and carefully preserved by a friend...returned to us and until the closing of Neuilly in 1975 was always hanging in the front hall of the house as it had been from 1921 to 1940. - Sr. Marie Pierre Rubeaux, SHCJ." (Note on back of picture.)

Neuilly, France 09
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France. "August 15 1980 This picture used to be in Mayfield until the nuns returned to Neuilly after the first World War when rue Perronet was opened in 1921 by Rev. Mother Mary Theresa Walton, Rev. Mother Mary Frances Tholhieust (sp?), being Rev. Mother General; this picture was given to that Neuilly foundation by R. Mary Frances that this house may possess a momento of Rev. Mother Foundress, the picture being  attributed to her. This was told to me and to the first and successive communities of the Holy Child Convent in Neuilly by Mother Mary S. Maurice Reconig (sp?) who was the companion of Rev. Mother Mary Theresa when the house was opened: (M. M. Maurice S was  in charge of rue Perronet after Rev. Mother Theresa returned to England) - Later on, M.M. S. Maurice became the superior of Neuilly. During the second World War this picture was rescued and carefully preserved by a friend...returned to us and until the closing of Neuilly in 1975 was always hanging in the front hall of the house as it had been from 1921 to 1940. - Sr. Marie Pierre Rubeaux, SHCJ." (Note on back of picture.)

Neuilly, France 10
Holy Child School, Neuilly, France. "Toul, Lorraine. This house, the Hotel de Rigny, near the Cathedral, became the Pensionnat du Saint-Enfant Jesus in 1870, just before the Franco-Prussian War descended on this Gallo-Roman city and the English and German inhabitants of the convent."

Painting of the Holy Child 01

August 15 1980 This picture used to be in Mayfield until the nuns returned to Neuilly after the first World War when rue Perronet was opened in 1921 by Rev. Mother Mary Theresa Walton, Rev. Mother Mary Frances Tholhieust (sp?), being Rev. Mother General; this picture was given to that Neuilly foundation by R. Mary Frances that this house may possess a momento of Rev. Mother Foundress, the picture being "attributed" to her. This was told to me and to the first and successive communities of the Holy Child Convent in Neuilly by Mother Mary S. Maurice Reconig (sp?) who was the companion of Rev. Mother Mary Theresa when the house was opened: (M. M. Maurice S was "in charge" of rue Perronet after Rev. Mother Theresa returned to England) - Later on, M.M. S. Maurice became the superior of Neuilly. During the second World War this picture was rescued and carefully preserved by a friend...returned to us and until the closing of Neuilly in 1975 was always hanging in the front hall of the house as it had been from 1921 to 1940. - Sr. Marie Pierre Rubeaux, SHCJ. (Note on back of picture.)


Painting of the Holy Child 02

August 15 1980 This picture used to be in Mayfield until the nuns returned to Neuilly after the first World War when rue Perronet was opened in 1921 by Rev. Mother Mary Theresa Walton, Rev. Mother Mary Frances Tholhieust (sp?), being Rev. Mother General; this picture was given to that Neuilly foundation by R. Mary Frances that this house may possess a momento of Rev. Mother Foundress, the picture being "attributed" to her. This was told to me and to the first and successive communities of the Holy Child Convent in Neuilly by Mother Mary S. Maurice Reconig (sp?) who was the companion of Rev. Mother Mary Theresa when the house was opened: (M. M. Maurice S was "in charge" of rue Perronet after Rev. Mother Theresa returned to England) - Later on, M.M. S. Maurice became the superior of Neuilly. During the second World War this picture was rescued and carefully preserved by a friend...returned to us and until the closing of Neuilly in 1975 was always hanging in the front hall of the house as it had been from 1921 to 1940. - Sr. Marie Pierre Rubeaux, SHCJ. (Note on back of picture.)



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