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A collection of postcards and photographs of Cristero Rebellion (1926-1929) martyrs. Portrait-style images of high-profile martyrs, many of whom have been canonized or beatified by the Catholic Church, predominate, though the collection also includes images of executions and funeral processions.
A collection of letters and other papers belonging to Jesús González Ortega, an important political and military figure in mid-19th century Mexico. The papers mainly relate to González Ortega's stay in the United States in 1865-1867, the efforts of Benito Juárez's government in Mexico to remove him from political office while he was away, and his detainment by the U.S. government in November 1866.
This collection consists of twentieth-century ephemera relating to Latinx culture. Significant topics represented in the ephemera include migrant laborers, César Chávez, and grape boycotts; Mexican-American socio-economic conditions, education, civil rights, and employment; illegal immigration; feminism; and Latin-American and Mexican culture, including art, history, politics, and literature. Materials include pamphlets, reports, dissertations, journal articles, magazines, and newspapers.
Chiefly drafts and criticisms of the documents of the Second Vatican Council, with some related correspondence; schemata, circular letters, memoranda, interventions, and commentaries; handwritten, typewritten, mimeographed, photocopied and printed material.
Miscellaneous manuscripts assembled by the archives.
Records kept by Fr Ramon Gaitan and Fr Juan Romero; consisting of bylaws, constitutions, press clippings, publications, directories, memoranda, letters, meeting material, papers from national congresses, recommendations, historical sketches, minutes, financial records, and interviews. Also audio recordings, slides and black-and-white photographic prints, publications by PADRES, and printed material collected by PADRES concerning Hispanic priests, bishops, sisters, and brothers.
Correspondence with Peter Mueller (1931-1934) and a few other letters (1895, 1908, 1909); a copy of his appointment as Bishop of Dacca by Pope Leo XIII; the bull of Pope Pius XI making him Titular Archbishop of Bostra; souvenirs of his time in India; clippings; an anniversary booklet; and a photograph.
A collection of research files comprised of printed ephemera, correspondence, manuscripts, audio recordings, and other materials documenting the activities and work of more than 100 conceptual artists, assembled by Robert C. Morgan during his professional career as an artist, art historian, curator, and author from 1968-2015.
Correspondence, financial and parish records, subject files, histories of the mission, printed material, and photographs. Principal correspondents include John Cardinal Cody of Chicago, Archbishop Marcos McGrath of Panama, and the priests of the mission and the Archdiocese of Chicago: Leo T. Mahon, Donald Headley, Frederick McTernan, John Enright, and John Greeley.
Eight letter books containing copies of letters written by A.M. Soteldo, Simón Camacho, Julio Gonzalez, and other members of the Venezuelan delegation to the United States, 1881-1888; letters sent to the consulate, chiefly from Caracas, 1875-1877; and depositions and briefs from a law suit brought by Seth Driggs against Venezuelan General Santiago Marino, 1852-1855.
In Spanish and English.