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FATHER LOUIS HENNEPIN
(1640-1701?). French missionary and explorer in North America. At the Falls of St Anthony, 1680, along the Mississippi. Lithograph, 1905.
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MISSION SAN GABRIEL.
The Spanish Franciscan Mission San Gabriel Arcangel built in 1771 in San Gabriel, California. Photo postcard, American, c1935.
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JUNÍPERO SERRA (1713-1784).
Originally, Miguel José Serra. Spanish missionary.
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JUNÍPERO SERRA (1713-1784).
Originally, Miguel José Serra. Spanish missionary in America. Serra with a crucifix in one hand and a stone in the other, preaching to a crowd of Native Americans. Illustration, 1913.
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GEOGRAPHY.
Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia, Kempen: Kramer museum, former Franciscan Monastery, around 1930, photo by Transocean.
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GEOGRAPHY.
Germany Brandenburg Angermuende: Franciscan monastery - around 1920 /english>.
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SAN FERNANDO MISSION, c1900.
The Franciscan mission at San Fernando, California. Photograph, c1900.
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CALIFORNIA: MISSION, 1902.
The ruins of Mission Nuestra Señora de la Soledad in Soledad, California. Photograph, 1902.
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SANTA BARBARA, c1899.
Franciscan monks in the cemetery of Mission Santa Barbara in Santa Barbara, California. Cyanotype, c1899.
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JUNÍPERO SERRA (1713-1784).
Originally, Miguel José Serra. Spanish missionary in America. Father Serra on a Spanish postage stamp, 1963.
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SAINT PIO OF PIETRELCINA
(1887-1968). Born Francesco Forgione. Italian Capuchin priest and missionary, canonized by the Catholic Church in 2002. Photograph, c1959.
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SAINT PIO OF PIETRELCINA
(1887-1968). Born Francesco Forgione. Italian Capuchin priest and missionary, canonized by the Catholic Church in 2002. Photographed with the stigmata on his hand visible, giving mass, c1959.
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ITALY: AMALFI.
A view of Amalfi, Italy, from the Capuchin convent. Photograph, c1900.
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MISSION SANTA BARBARA.
Mission Santa Barbara near Santa Barbara, California. Photograph, c1890.
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MEXICO: MISSIONARIES.
Mexican Indians converted to Christianity, while the bishop of New Spain officiates at a baptismal rite. Illumination from the Chronicles of Michoacán, by Pablo Beaumont, c1750.
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ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI
(1182-1226). Italian friar and preacher. Terracotta by Andrea della Robbia in Piazza St. Maria Novella, Loggia di St. Paolo, Florence, Italy.
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MISSION: CALIFORNIA.
Mission San Francisco de Asís (Mission Dolores) and Basilica, founded in 1776 by Lieutenant José Joaquin Moraga and Father Francisco Palou (both members of the de Anza Expedition) at San Francisco, California.
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INSIDE A BAKERY.
Inside a bakery. Illumination from a Franciscan calendar, 15th century.
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ARIZONA: MISSION.
The Franciscan Mission San José de Tumacacori, established in 1828. An earlier mission of the same name was founded by Jesuits in 1691. Photograph, c1975.
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CALIFORNIA: MISSION.
Spanish Franciscan Mission San Juan Capistrano, built in 1776 in California. Photo postcard, American, c1935.
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JUNÍPERO SERRA (1713-1784).
Originally, Miguel José Serra. Spanish missionary in America. Father Serra with Gaspar de Portola's expedition at San Diego, California in 1769.
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PORTUGAL: MONASTERY, 1832.
The Capuchin monastery of Cintra, also known as the 'Cork Convent.' Steel engraving, English, 1832
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SANTA BARBARA, 1917.
A Franciscan monk in the garden of Mission Santa Barbara in Santa Barbara, California. Lantern slide photograph by Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1917.
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MISSION SAN JOSE, c1935.
The Spanish Franciscan Mission San Jose de Guadalupe, built in 1797 in Fremont, California. Photo postcard, American, c1935.
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ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Croatia - Dalmatia - Zadar. Cloister at Franciscan Monastery Full credit: De Agostini / G. Sosio / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Franciscan Friary, Quin, Ennis. Ireland, 14th century. Full Credit: DEA / W. BUSS / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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MISSION: CALIFORNIA.
The 'Sacred Garden' at Mission San Juan Capistrano, founded by Father Junípero Serra on 1 November 1777 in San Juan Capistrano, California.
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MISSION SANTA CLARA DE ASIS.
The Spanish Franciscan Mission Santa Clara de Asis, built in 1777 in Santa Clara, California. Photo postcard, American, c1935.
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ROGER BACON (1214?-1294).
English scholastic philosopher and scientist. Presenting his book to a noble patron. Mid-15th century Italian manuscript illumination.
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FRANCISCAN NUNS, c1430.
Franciscan nuns attending a church service. Manuscript illumination, French, c1430.
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JIMENEZ de CISNEROS
(1436-1517). Franciso Jimenez de Cisneros. Spanish prelate and statesman. Steel engraving, American, 1838, after a painting by José Maea.
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FUNERAL: PRINCE RUDOLF.
'Funeral of the late Crown Prince of Austria at Vienna - The Emperor kneeling by the coffin in the vault of the Capuchins' Church.' Engraving, 1889.
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ROGER BACON (c1214-1294).
English philosopher and man of science. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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SAN ANTONIO DE PALA.
The Franciscan San Antonio de Pala Asistencia, or the Pala Mission, founded in 1816 in California. Photo postcard, American, c1935.
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ROGER BACON (1214?-1294).
English scholastic philosopher and scientist. With a pupil. Mid-15th century Italian manuscript illumination.
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ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI
(1182-1226). Italian friar and preacher. Line engraving, 19th century.
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IRELAND: ROSSERK ABBEY.
View of the ruins of Rosserk Abbey, on the River Moy, County Mayo, Ireland. Steel engraving, English, c1840, after William Henry Bartlett.
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MISSION SAN BUENAVENTURA.
The Spanish Franciscan Mission San Buenaventura, built in 1783 in Ventura, California. Photo postcard, American, c1935.
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ST. FRANCIS & ST. DOMINIC.
The Meeting of St. Francis of Assisi (left) and St. Dominic. Glazed terra-cotta relief in the Ospedale di San Paolo, Florence, Italy, by Andrea della Robbia (1437-1528).
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JUNÍPERO SERRA (1713-1784).
Originally, Miguel José Serra. Spanish missionary in America. Steel engraving, 19th century.
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