Records from the Convento de Santa Clara in Puebla, Mexico covering 150 years (1690–1858). Created in the 1690s as a large blank book, the convent overseer envisioned many more documents than those eventually included. Only half of the nearly three hundred leaves have writing. An index with alphabetical tabs was also created in the beginning of the volume, although no entries were ever inserted.
BRMS 164. Convento de Santa Clara de la villa de Carrion (Puebla, Mexico). Libro de decretos y patent[e]s, de los prelados deste conv[en]to de N[uest]ra Madre S[an]ta Clara de la V[ill]a de Carrion. Carrion, Puebla, Mexico, 1690–1858; primarily 1700–70. Manuscript on paper.
Manuscript records on paper
“BRMS 164,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed October 6, 2022, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/1802.