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Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima collection

 Collection
Identifier: CSC-008
Abstract: Pamphlets and prayer cards distributed by the Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima.
Dates: 1941-1978

Father Robert E. Hughes collection on apparitions and mystics

 Collection
Identifier: ML-042
Abstract This collection contains materials collected by Fr. Robert E. Hughes, S.M., regarding his research on Marian apparitions and mystics. The collection includes newsletters, correspondence, articles, and ephemera relating to reported Marian apparitions, mystics, or visionaries. The collection primarily covers apparitions in the United States and includes some materials that are international in scope. One series in the collection is related to Medjugorje and includes materials from the Medjugorje...
Dates: circa 1980-circa 2002

Michael J. Coppi papers on apparitions

 Collection
Identifier: ML-065
Abstract This collection contains emails circulated by Michael J. Coppi regarding visionary messages and prophecies, as well as some correspondence directly with the International Marian Research Institute. Coppi mentions Conyers, Georgia, Garabandal, and Medjugorje among other alleged apparitions.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1998-02-19 - 2000-09-21

Pro Maria Committee photograph collection on the Marian apparitions at Beauraing

 Collection
Identifier: ML-015
Abstract This collection contains 3 binders of photographs and images relating to the Marian apparitions in Beauraing, Belgium that occurred in 1932 and 1933. The collection provides extensive photographic documentation of the history and activities relating to the apparitions at Beauraing.

The collection was assembled by the Pro Maria Committee of Lowell, Massachusetts circa 1965.
Dates: circa 1965

Pro Maria Committee translations on Beauraing Apparitions

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: ML-067
Abstract This collection contains English and French manuscripts regarding the Marian apparitions at Beauraing, Belgium. Some, possibly all, of the original manuscripts are written by Aurelien Pierroux, first secretary of the Pro Maria Committee.
Dates: 1950 - 1969