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  1. Contestación que da el Juez de Derecho, Ciudadano José Miguel Salazar a lo que se dice….

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    Creator: Salazar, José Miguel de
    Date: 1834
    Contributing Institution: Academy of American Franciscan History
    Description: Collection of the ephemera and books from South America of Antonine Tibesar O.F.M, (1909-1992) scholar, historian, editor and president of the Academy of American Franciscan History from 1954 to 1963. The collection is primarily in Spanish and dates from the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
    Subject: Catholic Church, Trials, Vidaurre, Manuel Lorenzo de, 1773-1841, and Heresy
    Extent: 14 p.; 20 cm
    Format (Original): Pamphlets
    Language: Spanish
    Format (Digital): image/jpeg
    Type: Text
  2. Carta Pastoral que el Iltmo. y Rmo. Señor Dr. D. Pedro Manuel García y Naranjo, Arzobispo de Lima, dirige al clero y fieles de la Arquidiócesis con motivo de su consagración Episcopal y toma de posesión de la Sede Arzobispal

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    Creator: García y Naranjo, Pedro Manuel, 1838-1917
    Date: 1908
    Contributing Institution: Academy of American Franciscan History
    Description: Collection of the ephemera and books from South America of Antonine Tibesar O.F.M, (1909-1992) scholar, historian, editor and president of the Academy of American Franciscan History from 1954 to 1963. The collection is primarily in Spanish and dates from the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
    Subject: Consecration of bishops and Catholic Church
    Extent: 14 p.; 20 cm
    Format (Original): Pamphlets
    Language: Spanish
    Publisher: Imp. San Pedro
    Format (Digital): JPEG
    Type: Text
  3. The Antonine Tibesar Collection

    Description: Collection of the ephemra and books from south America of Antonine Tibesar O.F.M, (1909-1992) scholar, historian, editor and president of the Academy of American Franciscan History from 1954 to 1963. The collection is primarily in Spanish from and dates from the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.