Site Credits

Design, Anthony Santella: anthony.santella@gmail.com

Content, Carolyn Zablotny: cjzablotny@gmail.com

Art
Black and white woodcuts, Ade Bethune, courtesy of Special Collection, St. Catherine University Library.  In order of appearance:  vine and branches, house of hospitality, trashcan, feeding the hungry*, visiting the imprisoned*dove-genesis, visiting the sick*, union of all menCW masthead, rotary presses, Paxxti, vineyard, sower, Christ the Workman, loaves and fishes, bread and wine, peace-holy spirit. (*part of a series, Works of Mercy)

Black and white woodcut, Works of Mercy, Works of War, Rita Corbin, courtesy of Maggie Corbin.

(Note:  Above images were printed and re-printed in the Catholic Worker newspaper.  Some were created expressly for the paper; all were donated by the artists.  They form part of the movement’s unique iconography.)

Photos

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In order of appearance:  Day with Tamar, 1926 (Courtesy of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Archives); Day in prayer at a church in New York, 1970 (Bob Fitch); Day in 1934 (New York World-Telegram & Sun Collection); Day in 1917 (United Press International); elder Day in front of typewriter (Courtesy of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Archives); Dorothy Day Center, St. Paul, MN (Courtesy of Catholic Charities); Day, 1925, Staten Island (Courtesy of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Archives); Day in 1969 (Richard Avedon);  Day in 1970 (Natalie Leimkuhler); Breadline, Mott Street (Courtesy of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Archives); Catholic Worker readers, Union Square, New York City, c. 1940 (Courtesy of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Archives).

Timeline/Pictorial Memoir

Courtesy of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Libraries.   In order of appearance:  In front of her bungalow, Staten Island, around 1925; Day and Forster Batterham on the beach, Staten Island, around 1925; Day reading to Tamar, around 1932; Peter Maurin in front of the Catholic Worker, 1930s; Catholic Worker, 115 Mott Street; With Peter Maurin, 1936; Catholic Worker readers, Union Square, New York City, c. 1940; Day with grandchildren.

Courtesy of the Library of Congress.  In order of appearance:  Aftermath of the San Francisco earthquake, 1906; Lower East Side, early 1900sSuffragettes, Washington, D.C.; Striking auto workers, Flint, Michigan, 1937; Nagasaki.

WW I protest, United Press International.

At civil defense drill protest, c1960, Mottke Weissman.

With Cesar Chavez and Coretta Scott King, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC, 1973, Chris Sheridan for the Catholic News Service.

Picketing with the United Farm Workers, Bob Fitch.

A Communion of Saints: Dorothy Day and Mother TeresaDorothy Day at Maryhouse, 1979, Bill Barrett.

Day’s Funeral Procession, New York, NY, Tom Lewis.

Additional acknowledgements and appreciation
Robert Ellsberg, Lourdes Ferrer, George B. Horton, Patrick Jordan, Anne Klejment, Deborah Kloiber, David Mueller, Msgr. Gregory Mustaciuolo, Phillip Runkel, Roberta Savage, Mary Beth Zablotny.