This is very interesting to me. I grew up in the house across the street form the convent (1947-1959). You can barely see my house now because it is surrounded by buildings. But I remember how mysterious the convent was to me as a child. We had a huge pool in our back yard and sometimes the nuns came over for a swim. My family made sure we had no visitors that day so the nuns got total privacy. I am now a children's author and am writing a ghost story set at the convent, both in the past and at the time when it was closed for redevelopment. Any more details about the place and the lives of the girls would be helpful. For example, I remember the cottages but I didn't know that the girls lived there. It was so beautiful--in fact all the corners at 19th and Northern were lush with trees and vegetation then. So sad to see it all paved over now.