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Letters including one from Nicholas Murray Butler and one from John W. Cavanaugh, CSC; biography of Wile; and a transcript of a speech by Wile on the causes of World War I.
Two scrapbooks (35mm contact prints and extensive commentary) regarding Frederick Pike's trip to Peru 1963-1964.
Manuscript, "The Theory of Eulerian Integrals with Relation to the Gauss Product Function," 1926; class record book, 1953-1961; and diplomas from the University of Notre Dame, 1916, and Catholic University of America, 1925.
Files from the office of Frederick J. Crosson documenting his faculty service, his work with Phi Beta Kappa (of which he served as the first Catholic president), his teaching, his research, and his professional activities.
A certificate appointing McKeon an army chaplain and general orders from the War Department (1918-1919); newspapers The Courier-Journal, Camp Zachary Taylor Edition (1918), and The Chicago Daily Hoosier (1913); and photographs.
Manuscripts and offprints of Fritz Marti's writings and talks; correspondence files; papers on philosophical topics of interest to Marti, especially Schelling, Fichte, Kant, Hegel, and Augustine; with material on philosophy and religion and education in philosophy and papers representing his teaching at several colleges and universities.
Class and lecture notes (from Holy Cross College and Catholic University), exams, and a gradebook (Notre Dame).
A 1951 student paper written by Craig titled "Oviposition Sites of Floodwater Mosquitoes on the Flood Plain of the Sangamon River".
Photographs of General William Tecumseh Sherman's campaign in Tennessee, of Atlanta occupied by Union troops, and of Sherman's march to the sea. We have the set that belonged to General Sherman, and they constitute part of the William T. Sherman Family Papers in our archives.
Correspondence, notes, church documents, and printed material; concerning Bornemann's work as a leader of the German American Catholic Congresses and his interest in organizations of German American Catholics such as the Staatsverband Societies of Pennsylvania and Ohio, the Catholic Central Verein, and the Amerikanish Deutschen Priester Vereins. Correspondents include J.N. Enzlberger, William Faerber, Joseph Schroeder, and bishops Leo Haid, OSB, and P.J. Hurth, CSC.
Records of Bishop Fulcher's service as a member of National Conference of Catholic Bishops in deliberations over the text of The Challenge of Peace , the Bishops' pastoral letter on war and peace (1983); consisting of drafts, bishops' responses, criticism from experts, files of pertinent articles (printed or mimeographed), and reactions from the Vatican and from scientists.
Correspondence, 1893-1918; photostats of two letters from Henri Bergson, 1906 and 1908; manuscripts of articles written by Sauvage for the Catholic Encyclopedia; Directory of the Congregation of Holy Cross, 1912; clippings; address book; degree from Catholic University; and photographs.
According to the first page of the scrapbook: "This is a book of both records and pictures of Notre Dame belonging to Gerald E. McAdams, 108 Corby Hall / 42 Walsh, March 5, 1914." The scrapbook consists of photographs, images, news clippings, and pages from Notre Dame publications, reflecting an interest in Notre Dame sports and scenery.
Correspondence with Eugene P. Burke, CSC, Joseph Burke, CSC, and John W. Cavanaugh, CSC; clippings on Notre Dame life, 1921-1926; photographs; and printed matter including a pamphlet "Love and the Irish" by Cornelius Hagerty, CSC, and the funeral sermon for John Mangan preached by Eugene P. Burke, CSC, 1950.
Correspondence, 1965-1977; subject files, including files on Heller, Solzhenitsyn, Voegelin, and Wittfogel; publications, lectures, research notes and drafts, Episcopal church matters, sermons (1973-1993), musical and personal matters, and financial material.
Thanks to Prof. John Roos and graduate research assistant Adam Seagrave for providing abstracts describing the contents of each folder of manuscripts.
Documents concerning the German-American Publishing Company of New York City consisting of a certification of incorporation dated 26 August 1910, corporate by-laws (missing page one), and corporate minutes (21 September 1910 - 13 January 1913).
Correspondence, 1886-1896; canonical faculties and official certificates given to Straniero, 1823-1886; Straniero's report on the state of the Catholic Church in America, "Rapporto Sullo Stato della Chiesa Cattolica negli Stati Uniti d'America," 1886; and cards, poems, and letters welcoming Straniero.