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Records of Notre Dame's Undergraduate Admissions office, including videos and photographs.
Records of the Notre Dame University Bands, with many audio recordings, videos, films, and photographs.
Records of Notre Dame's Chaplain and Prefect of Religion, including photographs.
Records of Notre Dame's Real Estate Office, including photographs.
Records of Notre Dame's Upward Bound Program, including photographs and digital data.
Records of Notre Dame's Urban Instute (Institute for Urban Studies), including one video tape and over 1000 photographs (slides).
Records of Notre Dame's Vice-President for Academic Affairs, including photographs.
Records from the office of Notre Dame's Vice President for Advanced Studies, including audio-visual material and photographs.
Records of Notre Dame's Vice-President for Finance, including one video.
Records of Notre Dame's Vice President for Public Affairs and Communications, including a large collection of video recordings, with some audio recordings, digital data, and photographs.
Records of Notre Dame's Vice President for Public Relations and Development / University Relations, including audio-visual material and photographs.
Records of Notre Dame's Vice-President for Student Affairs, including videos and floor plans.
Records of Notre Dame's Vice-President of Business Affairs, including photographs and objects.
Records of Walsh Hall, including some printed material; photographs of the 1971/72 (last) Walsh Hall men; photographs of 2005 and 2009 Walsh Hall First Year Students and of a few unidentified alumnae; and photos of Walsh Hall staff, 2005-2008.
Records of Notre Dame's Washington Program, including two copies of a 2007 video promoting the program.
Records of Notre Dame's White Center on Law and Government, including photographs.
Records of the Notre Dame Women's Advisory Council, including photographs.
Records of the Notre Dame Women's Basketball Office, including many video recordings, notably coaches' films and 703 videos of women's basketball games between Notre Dame and other schools.
Mimeographed circulars, printed material, clippings, and correspondence; concerning women's issues, the Equal Rights Amendment, and abortion.
Photographic records of Notre Dame Women's Tennis, consisting of slides of Women's Tennis players at matches, on trips, relaxing, etc., 1985-1988.
Records of Notre Dame's WSND radio station, including a large collection of audio recordings.
Records 1967-1978, arranged chronologically and consisting chiefly of liturgies, with some correspondence and reports.
Correspondence, comments on the campaign, campaign literature, Free City Day information, news clippings, campaign buttons, and a petition with signatures.
Microfilm of a rule book for the Oblates of Providence. The rule book, in French, followed by an English version, details obligations of the superior, oblates, and postulates, tasks to be done, Sunday and feast day observances, guidelines for the school and the children attending it, daily routine, dress, education for the sisters, and reformed constitution in French. The reel contains two copies of the book.
Records of Joseph H. Burke, CSC, the Notre Dame liason with the US Government in charge of Military Training during the First World War (WWI, World War One). Consists almost entirely of correspondence with Washington and the Army about administrative matters and government property (primarily ordnance). The papers have been arranged several times, but it seems that at least some of the original order remains.
Official Knute Rockne Football Game and World Series Baseball Game in combination with Official Graham McNamee Radio Scoreboard for Football and Baseball
Research files, including gigabytes of digital data, drafts of writings, and files representing her teaching, professional contributions to medieval history, and service as a member of the history department at Notre Dame and as head of the Medieval Institute; with slides of medieval Spain and other photographs supporting her teaching and research.
Collection of letters written to and from Ann Arbour Olyniec, a member of the first cohort of female undergraduate students to begin undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame in 1972. Letters document Olyniec’s experiences as an undergraduate student at The University of Texas at Austin, Saint Mary’s College, and The University of Notre Dame from 1970 to 1974.