Clark, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1936-1979
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Files of clippings and other printed material about the Catholic press and Catholic periodicals, with a few files representing the secular press; also some files representing the work of Eugene P. Willging concerning the Catholic press.
Clippings, obituaries, memorial cards, ordination cards, invitations, programs, jubilee booklets, biographical sketches, pamphlets, books, issues of periodicals, musical scores, circulars letters, and correspondence; pertaining to lives of Catholic clergy and religious (bishops, priests, nuns, and brothers) most of them from Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.
Writings of Roman Catholic clergy (bishops and priests, secular and religious); including pamphlets, pastoral letters, discourses, newspaper clippings, sermons, speeches, offprints, and anniversary booklets.
Anniversary booklets, yearbooks, necrologies, directories, ordos, statutes, books, pamphlets, clippings, and other printed material pertaining to dioceses and archdioceses in the United States; providing information on ecclesiastical sees, Catholic institutions, religious education, episcopal appointments, and ordinations; with biographies of priests diocesan histories, parish histories, and diocesan school board reports.
Periodicals having to do with films and the film industry, with a few comic books and comic strips, and one scrapbook, all on microfilm.
Correspondence, microfilm center records, financial papers, family papers, checklists, finding aids, and printed material documenting Francis P. Clark's collecting and microfilming activities, with information concerning some of the collections that came to the University of Notre Dame Archives through his agency.
Microfilm of various sporting newspapers made by Francis P. Clark: Sporting Life, Sporting News, Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports Pages, Baseball Players Chronicle, American Chronicle of Sports and Pastimes, Michigan Sportsman, New England Base Ballist, National Chronicle, New York Clipper, Official Baseball Record, and Weekly Baseball Guide; also Baseball Scrapbooks.
Historic editions of newspapers, books, and local history material.
What follows are the labels on each of the boxes of microfilm. Often an individual reel of film will contain many additional titles that are not reflected here.
The reels of mircofilm are arranged in geographical order with a few additions (books, for example) at the end of the run.
Printed material from a wide variety of Catholic lay societies, including the Knights of Columbus, the Catholic Knights of America, Catholic Central-Verein, Saint Joseph's Staats-Verband (State League) of Indiana, the German Saint Vincent Orphan Society, the Western Catholic Union, the Knights of Saint John, the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, the Legion of Mary, the Kolping Society, the National Catholic Alumni Federation, and various other lay organizations and sodalities.
Books, pamphlets, periodicals, printed ephemera, and other publications having to do with the history of localities throughout the United States, but with more material on Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky than on other places.
- Clippings (information artifacts) 4
- Monasticism and religious orders 3
- Catholic Church -- Kentucky 2
- Catholic Church -- Middle West 2
- Catholic schools -- United States 2
- Directories. 2
- Nuns -- United States 2
- Orphanages -- United States -- Catholic Church 2
- Priests -- United States 2
- Alabama -- History, Local 1
- Arizona -- History, Local 1
- Arkansas -- History, Local 1
- Baptismal records. 1
- Baseball -- United States -- Periodicals 1
- Brothers (Religious) 1
- California -- History, Local 1
- Catalogues. 1
- Catholic Church -- Bishops -- Correspondence 1
- Catholic Church -- Diocese -- United States 1
- Catholic Church -- Education 1 + ∧ less