Sisters of Charity Federation Archives

Silver pitcher

Item

SC Leavenworth Silver Pitcher.JPG
SC Leavenworth Silver Pitcher writing.JPG

Dublin Core

Title

Silver pitcher

Subject

Pitchers
Silver pitcher

Description

In 1858, as Community foundress Mother Xavier Ross prepared to leave Nashville, TN., where her Community had first began, The people of Nashville, TN. gifted Mother Xavier with a silver pitcher engraved: “A token of esteem and gratitude, respectfully inscribed to the Sisters of Charity, by the citizens of Nashville, Dec. 4th, 1858.” The pitcher has become a treasured historical artifact of the early days in Nashville and the work the Sisters did there.

Creator

Unknown

Source

N/A

Publisher

N/A

Date

ca. 1855

Contributor

Tennessee--Nashville

Rights

The material in this collection is made available by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth. To request reproductions or to inquire about permissions, contact SCL Archives at 913-758-6588, or tcrawford@scls.org.

Citation

Unknown, “Silver pitcher,” Sisters of Charity Federation Archives, accessed February 25, 2024, https://scfederationarchives.org/items/show/165.

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