Province Archives

May 8, 2007

Medals and Medallions held in our Archives

Filed under: Archives or Museum — archivesoz @ 5:06 am

Medals, Badges, Signs……(Blue Draw) 

1…..Leather sign 5 ½ cm on Leather cord

 

2…..Leather sign 5 ½ cm

 

3…..Leather  sign Key ring 1994

 

4…..Passionist Key ring –Black- St. Paul on reverse

 

5…..Passionist Key ring (worn) Map of Aust, PNG and NZ on reverse.

 

6…..Passionist Key ring (worn) Crucifix on reverse.

 

7…..St. Gabriel Key ring…..Sign on reverse

 

8…..St Gabriel Key ring…Raised and worked figure, sign on reverse.

 

9…..Passionist printed lapel Badge 2cm.

 

10….
St Paul of the Cross, printed lapel badge 2 cm.

 

11….Enamelled Black Sign 5 ½ cm

 

12….Gold Lapel Cross with (damaged) black sign 3cm

 

13….Silver lapel Cross with unusual sign 3 cm.

 

14….Damaged Lapel Badge 2 ½ cm.

 

15….Black Sign Lapel pin.

 

16….Black Sign on red rose lapel badge

 

17….Black sign on green leaves lapel Badge

 

18….Black Passionist Ring

 

19….Silver 3 cm Medal Mater Dolorosa- reverse St. Gabriel.

 

20….Silver 2.7cm oblong medal, Our Lady of Sorrows

 

21….Silver 2 ½ cm Round medal-Sacred Heart-Reverse-
St Paul of the Cross

 

22….Silver 1 cm round watch medal- St Maria Goretti- reverse- Pope Paul.

 

23 Black beads – Devotion –Five wounds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medals Badges Medallions…..Red Drawer 

1….Pewter Cross with sign –Boxed

 

2….Pewter Cross.

 

3….Bronze disk 3.5cm Mother of Sorrows, Reverse Sign Boxed

 

4… Pewter disk 5cm St. Joseph’s
Hobart 1841-1991 (Boxed)

 

5..Cross 8cm with Mother of pearl chips.

 

6… Silver Cross 4 ½ cm Reverse “Christ is counting on you”

 

7…Gold coloured Cross from Passionist Rosary

 

8…Possible hand made Cross, (World Mission Sunday 2001)”I Y V”

 

9…Key Ring St. Joseph’s
Hobart 1956-2006

 

10..Church Leader Badge- Orange, Black, White_ PNG

 

11…Key ring, PNG, Reverse side 50 years Missionary service.

 

12..Lapel Badge – PNG.

 

13..Round 4cm Disk –PNG- 50 Years Missionary Service.

 

14..Fridge Magnet- St Brigid’s Marrickville 75 years.

 

15….Black and Gold disk 4cm St Brigid’s Marrickville,Reverse Centenary 1886-1986

 

16..Fancy Medal.Inscribed “DIB” reverse, “CBSC 1925”

 

17…Silver 3cm Disk, St Paul of the Cross Reverse-Congress October
Rome 1975.

 

18..Gold coloured medal on Red Ribbon “St Stephen’s Guild of Servers?”

 

19…Bronze 7cm Disk, Fredrick Ozanham- St. Vincent de Paul.

 

20..Green Oblong 3cm Lapel Badge Yellow Cross-Red Heart-Blue Sthn Cross.

 

21…Fancy Badge- Rozelle- Maybe Hibernian Society.

 

22..Silver& Black 3cm Disk,shows Modes transport,“God Protect us as we Travel”

 

23 Ball Point pen- Silver- WWW.Passionists.Com

 

15A…St Brigid’s Marrickville (Silver sign reverse St. B. Church 75 Years)

 

February 19, 2006

An Archives or a Museum ?

Filed under: Archives or Museum — archivesoz @ 5:31 am

If one is to record events of past times it is also essential to capture some of the past memories, whether they be written (such as poems, sermons, Certificates or Awards) but it is also essential to balance this with objects of the times that these were recorded. We have in our Archives not only Passionist Memorabilia but also some of the instruments of the times (such as our first Roneo Spirit Duplicator, a Tin that held Gramaphone needles, a tin of Corn Plasters, a variety of counters used to record Communions and Confessions.)

Early Cameras, and stacks of old black and white photographs.

An early Fan, (totally prohibited by modern day safety standards.)

Book Press and various book-binding equiptment, Sandal Making, and Rosary bead construction.

a primitive hand drill

early shaving kits

and clothing and vestments used over the years.

For we not only record our men, but also the lives that they lived.

As an Archivist I not only research the people but to grow in deeper understanding of the conditions they lived in, because we look back at the Past, we record the Present, so that we can grow in the future.

I have now added a male mannequin to display a variety of uniforms, Bishops, Military Chaplains, and our original full dress of Habits, Birretta's, and Mantles.

Other future projects could include many of the objects that the early Passionists were so familiar with, rather like creating an atmosphere that one would find on a movie set. Because by so doing we understand more about their lifestyle and difficulties

Please feel free to use this medium to enquire or add additions  from your memories to our archives

God Bless….Br Jeff Daly CP, Passionist Archivist

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