1. For many years, brothers teaching at parochial schools in the Borough of Manhattan in New York City (St. Agnes, St. Vincent de Paul School, St. Jean Baptiste School, St. Paul School, and St. Ignatius School lived at a special community residence at St. Ann's Academy.
2. Marist Provincialate Archives.
3. Bulletin of Studies, Vol. 32 (Nov. 1941), p. 11.
4. St. Joseph Juniorate was built in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts in 1923.
5. St. Genis Laval Archives.
6. Bulletin of Studies, Vol. 29 (Feb. 1939), pp. 2-3.
7. Loc. cit.
8. Marist College Archives.
9. The Superior General's Circular Letters reported that one hundred and fifty-five brothers were killed during this great conflict.  They were among the 1,037 brothers that participated in both the Allied and German sides.
10. Circulaires, passim.
11. Provincial Council Deliberations, 1911-1961.
12. Brother Joseph Azarias, op. cit., p. 3b.
13. Provincial Council Deliberations, 1911-1961.
14. The Centennial book of the Marist Brothers, 1817-1917, Part II, p. 87.
15. Provincial Council Deliberations 1911-1961.
16. The Centennial Book of the Marist Brothers. Part II, p. 119.
17. Marist College Archives.
18. Provincial Council Deliberations 1911-1961.
19. Marist College House Annals.
20. Loc. cit.
21. Bulletin de l'Institut. Vol. 8, (Oct. 1920), p. 304.
22. In 1922, his name was changed from brother Legontianus to Brother Leo.
23. Marist College Archives.
24. Statement made by Brother Leo in a personal interview at Tyngsboro, Massachusetts on August 22, 1959.
25. It was equivalent to twenty-four undergraduate credits. The applicants had to pass thirty subjects with 75% as a minimum mark.  This usually took a brother three years.
26. Provincial Council Deliberations 1911-1961.
27. Bulletin of Studies, Vol. 29 (Dec. 1928) , p. 6.
28. Loc. cit.
29. Marist College Archives.
30. Loc. cit.