Urszula Kowalczyk, Archiwum Polskiej Misji Katolickiej we Francji, w: Archeion, t. 110, wyd. NDAP, Warszawa 2010, ss. 145-153
"The Archives of Polish Catholic Mission in France
Polish Catholic Mission in France was established in 1836 in order to provide
spiritual and material guardianship over Poles who arrived in France following the collapse
of November Uprising.
The holdings of the Archives of Polish Catholic Mission in France are divided
between 35 archival collections. They contain documents that were created in relation
to the activities carried out by the Mission, as well as those of the Polish emigration
organizations affiliated to the Mission, such as the Association of Polish Veterans in
France, the Association of Polish Students in France, the Federation of Polish Defenders
of the Country or the Polish School in Paris. An important part of the documentation
constitutes the correspondence with the Primate of Poland Józef Glemp in relation to the
protest against the introduction of martial law in Poland. The archives contain in most part
organizational, administrative, personal and financial acts.
The most important tasks to be performed in the future is the completion of the
process of recording the acts of Polish Catholic Mission in France, the organization of
letters of protest to the Primate of Poland and the preparation of homogenous list of acts
for the the Office of the Polish Catholic Mission in France. "
Źródło: Archeion, t. 110