W. F. Cunningham Papers
Scope and Content
Correspondence concerning his publications, the University of Notre Dame scholarship committee (1940s), the Catholic Education Club (1943-1944), the Philosophy of Education Society (1951-1953), Pax Romana (International Movement of Catholic Students) and his interest in Latin America and Latin American students and alumni (1945-1946); manuscripts of his publications; class lecture notes and handouts; pamphlets, newsletters, maps, and other printed material on Latin America; and newspaper clippings concerning Cunningham's professional activities, awards, and death (1935-1961).
Also records (1946-1952), from his work with the Review Commission on Colleges and Universities of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools concerning such institutions as Xavier University, Youngstown College, College of St. Teresa, Viterbo College, De Paul University, St. John's University, St. John's College of Cleveland, and Fontbone College.
In English and Spanish.
- Creation: 1934-1961.
Language of Materials
In English and Spanish .
Professor of education, University of Notre Dame, 1919-1928 and 1933-1961. Cunningham served as vice-president of the National Catholic Educational Association, 1937-1957, and on the North Central Association Board of Review, 1926-1946.
2 linear feet.
- Latin America -- History -- Addresses, essays, lectures. (Person)
- International Movement of Catholic Students. (Organization)
- North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. (Organization)
- Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Organization)
- Youngstown State University. (Organization)
- College of St. Teresa (Kansas City, Mo.). (Organization)
- Viterbo College, (La Crosse, Wis). (Organization)
- DePaul University. (Organization)
- St. John's University, (Collegeville, Minn.). (Organization)
- St. John's College (Cleveland, Ohio). (Organization)
- Fontbone College, (St. Louis, Mo.) (Organization)
- National Catholic Educational Association. (Organization)
- W. F. Cunningham Papers
- University of Notre Dame Archives
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