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Recordings of the University of Notre Dame Band (1950) and Concert Band (1952-1994); with a few other recordings, most of them related to Notre Dame; and an undated letter from Dr. Mark Foutch, director of the Mark Foutch Brass Band of Champaign, Illinois.
Manuscripts of "A Campus Sexual Revolution?," "Conflict in the Catholic Colleges," and "The Structure of Catholic Higher Education."
Correspondence, mimeographed and typewritten documents, newspaper clippings, photographs, and printed material; concerning Governor Gore's contributions to Notre Dame, including his collections of German beer steins and rare orchid books and funds to build the University Club his contributions to the Holy Cross Fathers, the Sisters of Mercy, and the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth; his correspondence with Christopher J. O'Toole, CSC; and his tenure as Governor of Puerto Rico.
Transcripts and outlines of talks given during novenas to the Virgin Mary; outlines, plans, and notes on conducting retreats for prep school students, including one given in 1952 at St. Mary's Academy of South Bend, Indiana; outlines, notes, and articles for a textbook on dogmatic theology; and lecture notes for a theology course in Christian morals, primarily notes on the textbook The Christian Virtues by Charles Sheedy CSC.
The Robert Slabey papers consist of class material, printed material, and travel / conference files.
Correspondence and court papers accumulated by Hellrung regarding the adoption of an official Notre Dame class ring in 1930 and his testimony in the John Roberts Manufacturing Company's 1956 suit against the University.
Nineteen 8x10 black-and-white photographs of students in military uniforms at public events on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.
Photocopies of Rockne's "Football Notes" for his coaches (ca. 1923) and other photocopies of sports-related printed ephemera; program from the 1917 Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin game; a red "St. Mary's Bench" armband; a pamphlet by Frank Leahy regarding the T-formation; a letter from Elmer Layden and photocopies of letters from Knute Rockne and Elmer Layden.
Correspondence, minutes, newsletters and articles concerning the Christian Family Movement and the National Peace Academy campaign initiated by Lucy and her husband Dan Lucey in 1966.
Naval navigation calculations, 1918; class schedules, notes and blueprints and diagrams for an electric door opener, University of Notre Dame science hall; a thesis by Probst, "Modern Automatic Telephony System by the Automatic Electric Co., Chicago, Ill.," 1911; and photographs.
Manuscripts of books published by Sadlier, 1950s-1976; such by-products of publishing as galley proofs and tear sheets; company financial records including New York City sales tax records, 1930s-1948, invoices, and shipping records, 1930s-1950s; a manuscript by Anna T. Sadlier, dating from 1892, concerning the foundation of Montreal on the occasion of its 250th anniversary; and photographs.
Civil War Records recounting the war and post-war activities of Saint Joseph County residents; with correspondence of soldiers, including Lt. Col. Alfred B. Wade and Schuyler Colfax; the records of various Saint Joseph county war offices, including registers of the sick, wounded and dead; and records of activities of several Indiana infantry regiments, among them the 73rd Indiana Infantry (1862-1924).
Newspaper and magazine clippings, brochures, and local history publications relating to the history of South Bend and St. Joseph County, Indiana, with information on historic preservation, the Studebaker Corporation, Amish Acres, Bethel College, Stan Coveleski, the Indiana American Revolutionary Bicentennial Commission, and the Northern Indiana Historical Society.
Early Saint Joseph County records as compiled by various town officials, 1829-1865; including a 1829 field survey of the area, early court records, and records of the County clerk, auditor, Justice of the Peace, and Treasurer; also a list of grave plots in Saint Joseph County compiled in 1939 by the WPA.
Miscellaneous records and printed material, including The Peat Bog: St. Joseph's Farm a booklet about the farm by Brother Carl Tiedt, CSC.
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings concerning his career; with a resolution passed by the board of directors of the Knights of Columbus at Stritch's death, 1958.