University of Notre Dame
- Existence: 1842-11-26-
Found in 253 Collections and/or Records:
Chiefly optical instruments such as microscopes, lenses and related parts, cameras, glass plates, and slides; also pipettes, Bunsen burners, saws, knives, tweezers, rulers, film holders, mirrors, and other tools.
Notes for sermons, lectures, and classes, with his views of church history, history of philosophy, morals, logic, and French drama; a few letters; manuscripts of lectures, papers, and sermons; a transcript of his philosophy lectures, 1893-1894; and printed lectures, 1897-1898.
Records of Notre Dame's Student Activities Office, including audio-visual and printed material.
Sermons and speeches collected or delivered by Brennan, 1906-1964; writings on philosophy collected by Brennan; correspondence, 1952-1971; photographs; and the program from the world premiere, held in South Bend, of the film "Knute Rockne: All American."
Photographs collected for research of his book The University of Notre Dame: A Portrait of Its History and Campus (University of Notre Dame Press: Notre Dame and London, 1975).
Records of Notre Dame's yearbook (The Dome), including a large collection of photographs.
Records of Notre Dame's University Photographer, including black-and-white and color negatives and prints, and video and audio recordings; with images of Notre Dame trustees, advisory council members, administrators, and faculty, scenes from university life representing academic, religious, and recreational aspects, and videos representing campus activities.
Papers, 1961-1972, including newsletters, clippings, reports, correspondence, and manuscripts of "The Peace Corps As I Saw It"; concerning Langford's work as director of the Peace Corps training program at Notre Dame and service with the Peace Corps in Chile. Also eight 16mm movies of Peace Corps volunteers in South America, 1960s, and photographs of Peace Corps volunteers in Chile, ca. 1962.
Correspondence, 1923-1959; photographs, clippings, lecture notes, sermons, pamphlets, and a thesis, "The Inadequacy of Sensism," 1920.
Drafts of books, articles, lectures, speeches (1920-1975); notes for lectures and projects (1918-1975); correspondence (1938-1975); and printed material (1932-1960).