Father Charles E. Coughlin collection

Citation
Father Charles E. Coughlin collection

Material Information

Title:
Father Charles E. Coughlin collection
Creator:
Coughlin, Charles E ( Coughlin, Charles Edward ), 1891-1979
Language:
English
Physical Description:
0.42 : (1 box) ;

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Catholic Church -- United States -- Clergy ( lcsh )
National Union for Social Justice (U.S.) ( lcsh )
Radio in Religion -- United States ( lcsh )
Shrine of the Little Flower (Royal Oak, Mich.) ( lcsh )

Notes

Scope and Content:
This collection primarily contains published monographs and pamphlets of sermons delivered by Father Coughlin between 1932 and 1936. Writings by Coughlin on social and economic justice are also included, in addition to printed fundraising correspondence, application and pledge forms for the National Union for Social Justice, and postcards featuring the Shrine of the Little Flower.
Preferred Citation:
Father Charles E. Coughlin Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Biographical:
Born in Hamilton, Ontario in 1891, Father Charles Coughlin became one of the most well-known radio personalities of the 1930s. He preached from the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, Michigan, and his show, the "Golden Hour of the Little Flower," attracted up to one third of the population every Sunday afternoon. His radio sermons denounced the political and economic failings of the United States and its banking system, finding an audience among Depression-era listeners. Although he was initially a vocal supporter of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Father Coughlin eventually attacked Roosevelt as a dictator and the New Deal as a communist conspiracy. In 1935, Coughlin founded the National Union for Social Justice, which supported an increase in the money supply and the adoption of the silver standard. By the late 1930s, Coughlin's sermons grew anti-Semitic, expressing sympathy for the fascist regimes of Germany and Italy. Many of his listeners became alienated by this extremism, and his radio program was canceled in 1940. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Coughlin's bishop ordered him to cease all political activity and return to the work of a parish priest. He retired in 1966 from the Shrine of the Little Flower and passed away in 1979.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
None. The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright. Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at http://www.copyright.gov/ for more information.
Resource Identifier:
C43 ( USFLDC CID )
u29.104-c43-ead ( USFLDC Handle )

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Mixed Material

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Tampa, FL, 33620-5400
URL: http://www.lib.usf.edu/
Email: rbernard@usf.edu
Phone: 813-974-1622
Fax: 813-396-9006
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Guide to the Father Charles E. Coughlin collection
19321936 1932/1936
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Born in Hamilton, Ontario in 1891, Father Charles Coughlin became one of the most well-known radio personalities of the 1930s. He preached from the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, Michigan, and his show, the "Golden Hour of the Little Flower," attracted up to one third of the population every Sunday afternoon. His radio sermons denounced the political and economic failings of the United States and its banking system, finding an audience among Depression-era listeners. Although he was initially a vocal supporter of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Father Coughlin eventually attacked Roosevelt as a dictator and the New Deal as a communist conspiracy. In 1935, Coughlin founded the National Union for Social Justice, which supported an increase in the money supply and the adoption of the silver standard. By the late 1930s, Coughlin's sermons grew anti-Semitic, expressing sympathy for the fascist regimes of Germany and Italy. Many of his listeners became alienated by this extremism, and his radio program was canceled in 1940. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Coughlin's bishop ordered him to cease all political activity and return to the work of a parish priest. He retired in 1966 from the Shrine of the Little Flower and passed away in 1979.
Administrative History 545$b Administrative History:
Born in Hamilton, Ontario in 1891, Father Charles Coughlin became one of the most well-known radio personalities of the 1930s. He preached from the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, Michigan, and his show, the "Golden Hour of the Little Flower," attracted up to one third of the population every Sunday afternoon. His radio sermons denounced the political and economic failings of the United States and its banking system, finding an audience among Depression-era listeners. Although he was initially a vocal supporter of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Father Coughlin eventually attacked Roosevelt as a dictator and the New Deal as a communist conspiracy. In 1935, Coughlin founded the National Union for Social Justice, which supported an increase in the money supply and the adoption of the silver standard. By the late 1930s, Coughlin's sermons grew anti-Semitic, expressing sympathy for the fascist regimes of Germany and Italy. Many of his listeners became alienated by this extremism, and his radio program was canceled in 1940. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Coughlin's bishop ordered him to cease all political activity and return to the work of a parish priest. He retired in 1966 from the Shrine of the Little Flower and passed away in 1979.
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Access Terms
This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Geographic Name:
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Personal Name:
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Topical Term:
650 Catholic Church -- United States -- Clergy
National Union for Social Justice (U.S.)
Radio in Religion -- United States
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Administrative Information
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Processing Information:
Complete
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Conditions Governing Access:
None. The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright. Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at http://www.copyright.gov/ for more information.
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Preferred Citation:
Father Charles E. Coughlin Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
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Arrangement of Materials:
Organized by subject
scopecontent
Scope and Contents
This collection primarily contains published monographs and pamphlets of sermons delivered by Father Coughlin between 1932 and 1936. Writings by Coughlin on social and economic justice are also included, in addition to printed fundraising correspondence, application and pledge forms for the National Union for Social Justice, and postcards featuring the Shrine of the Little Flower.
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Father Charles Coughlin Papers
1932-1936
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Folder 1
Application Forms- National Union for Social Justice
Scope and Contents
Folder contains application forms for the National Union for Social Justice.
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2
Application Forms- Radio League of the Little Flower
Scope and Contents
Folder contains blank application forms for membership in the Radio League of the Little Flower.
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3
Correspondence- Form Letters
1933-1936
Scope and Contents
Folder contains letters letters written by Charles Coughlin from Royal Oak, Michigan. Four letters are written to J. Potter, Oneida, N.Y. and 1 letter to J.C. Setlow, Pontiac, Michigan.
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1
4
Miscellaneous
Scope and Contents
Folder contains an advertisement for a biography of Father Coughlin.
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1
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News Clippings
1933
Scope and Contents
Folder contains several copies of newspaper clippings on the life and work of Father Charles Coughlin. One newspaper clipping details an assassination attempt .
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1
6
Post Cards of the Shrine of the Little Flower
Scope and Contents
Folder contains three postcards of the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, Michigan.
id17991
1
7
Publications- Lecture: The New Deal and the New Men
1933
Scope and Contents
Folder contains a lecture by Charles Coughlin from March 12, 1933.
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1
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Publications- Sermon: The Secret is Out
1932
Scope and Contents
Folder contains a sermon by Charles Coughlin entitled "The Secret is Out" from February 14, 1932.


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