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Embroidered hearts from Mother Mary Rhodes’ habit. Mother Ann Rhodes was the first elected Mother Superior and Mary, her sister, became the second Mother Superior upon Ann’s death.

Ivory crucifix in an ivory reliquary. Labeled "N.M." in red ink on the bottom. This belonged Nellie Morgan, who became Sr. Clare, the sixth member of the Congregation. She was received on August 12, 1812, at the age of 35; her final profession was…

Rosary with brown wood beads and a gold-colored statuette of Madonna and Child. This rosary belonged to Mother Mary Rhodes. The first three beads were Sr. M. Joanna Walsh’s c. 1829-1910. Mother Mary Rhodes, one of the three foundresses of Loretto,…
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