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Brass bell, used at Mt. Carmel School, Soccoro, NM. "San Miguel Kindergarden" scratched on inside of bell.

Clay bell in cruciform shape. This bell is from Taos, NM. The Sisters of Loretto began serving in Taos in 1863. This mission was an extension from Our Lady of Light in Santa Fe, NM.

Brass bell, engraved leaf decorations. Accompanying typed label identified it as a bell that "was at one time used in the chapel in Santa Fe."

"The Following of Christ" devotional book by Thomas a Kempis, missing title page. Board cover with black fabric, simple cross on front. Faded inscription on first page re-written inside front cover: "Sister M. Euphrosyne Sep. 10, 1879 to Sr. Martina…

Hymnbook, True Piety, published 1815 by Father David. This book was taken to New Mexico by some of the pioneer Lorettines and donated to the archives, January 1916, by Mother Rosine Green from Santa Fe, NM. Mother Rosine Green (1852-1933) was a…

Aluminum pedestal punch bowl (a) and ladle (b). Bowl engraved on interior, "Loretto 1852-1952." "Everlast Forged Aluminum 365" stamped on bottom of bowl. 1852 was the beginning of Loretto's Our Lady of Light convent and school in Santa Fe, NM.

Red brick with copper plaque engraved "A Memory from the Loretto Academy Convent Santa Fe, N.M. / June 20, 1892 / Oct. 22, 1971."

Round tin milk can with lid and wire handle, "Kreamer" stamped on bottom. Used by the Sisters of Loretto in their kitchen in Taos, NM.

Pine chair with carved back, front rung, and finials, with seat made of woven leather strips. According to the display tag, it was made by shop class students at Our Lady of Sorrows High School, Bernalillo, NM, c. 1930.

Curator's note: Our Lady of…

Handmade pine wood chair, two horizontal back slats. From Santa Fe, NM, c. 1855.
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