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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.
Chiefly optical instruments such as microscopes, lenses and related parts, cameras, glass plates, and slides; also pipettes, Bunsen burners, saws, knives, tweezers, rulers, film holders, mirrors, and other tools.
Eight scrapbooks containing clippings on the Catholic Church in America and one scrapbook on the history of theatre in Boston. Three of the scrapbooks' compilers have been identified as Mr. Rogers of Louisville, Kentucky, Mary Linhardt Frank of Toledo, Ohio, and Rev. William D. Pike of Bardstown, Kentucky. One of the remaining scrapbooks, tentatively attributed to Peter Klein, CSC, was annotated by Peter Cooney, CSC.
The manuscript of Leslie's 1935 Notre Dame commencement address; a printed copy of his 1935 lecture on Francis Thompson; the manuscript of the first volume and corrected proofs of the second volume of his book Mrs. Fitzherbert (1939-1940); also a copy of Maria L. Storer's book In Memoriam: Bellamy Storer (1923) with a letter (25 September 1922) from Bishop Michael Francis Fallon concerning the publication of the book.
Films from the early 1930s through the late 1970s, primarily by Cathedral Films, Family Films, Concordia Films, and Loyola Films, regarding all religious topics, both Catholic and non-Catholic; and a few films regarding communism, the Soviet Union, and other subjects relating to current events.
Photostats of letters Sister Mildred received from various Catholic diocesan and institutional archives in response to her requests for information about the territorial and administrative histories of the dioceses in the old Northwest before the Civil War.
Correspondence, clippings, and publications of Sister Mary Benet McKinney, including The New Sister (1969); correspondence, reports, minutes, and clippings from the School Study Commission, 1970-1971; minutes, correspondence, reports, and office files from the Urban Apostolate of the Sisters, 1963-1976; and subject files representing the activities and interests of Sister Mary Benet McKinney, OSB; also related photographs.
Letters and bibliographies Sister Monica (of the Brown County Ursulines, St. Martin, Ohio) received regarding the history of Argentina, especially the revolution of 1820.
Mimeographed circulars, newsletters, material distributed at meetings, memoranda, and a few letters, representing the Sisters for Christian Community (SFCC).
Chronicles, 1990-2014, with the original handwritten version, and scanned and printed versions; files documenting the foundation process, 1989-2003; papers of sisters Bernardone Reining, Laurene Burns, Dianne Doughty, and Laura Hammel; newspaper articles, 1997-2014; and photographs.
Documents by and about the Sisters of the Holy Cross at Notre Dame, Indiana, including papers of Mother Ascension and Mother Angela; last wills of eighteen Holy Cross Sisters; papers of three alumnae of St. Mary's College; correspondence of various sisters; and material concerning St. Mary's Academy (later St. Mary's College). Correspondents of Mother Ascension include Father Edward Sorin.
Photocopies of entries Derrick wrote while at Notre Dame installing an organ in the original Church of the Sacred Heart; with related clippings and a letter, 1956.
Also available on microfilm.
Newsletters 1969-1998; convention material 1969-1995.
Correspondence, articles, offprints, clippings, newsletters, brochures, photographs, and other documents representing Maurice Lavanoux continuing interest in modern liturgical art and architecture and his efforts to organize a Society for the Renewal of Christian Art to carry on the work of the Liturgical Arts Society.
Files kept by Rocco Caporale, officer of the Society of Priests for a Free Ministry, which worked to achieve its vision of a renewed church and proposed alternative liberating structures; consisting of correspondence, memoranda, newsletters, proposals, proceedings, clippings, and other papers.
Chiefly drafts of her poetry and prose.
Material concerning the commemoration of Fr. Sorin's birth in Ahuillé, France. The commemoration took place in Ahuillé on 14 September 1978, with Father Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, participating. Consists of correspondence received by the Archives in connection with the event; Hesburgh's speech at the commemoration; and xerox copies of newspaper articles concerning the event.
Letters received from donors regarding the Jubilee of Father Sorin (1888) and the fundraising for a memorial statue to Father Sorin (1905-1906). Letters were received by Professors Orville Chamberlain and J. A. Lyons, James Cardinal Gibbons, John Zahm, CSC, William J. Marr, CSC, John W. Cavanaugh, CSC, Thomas E. Walsh, CSC, and William Corby, CSC, from friends of the University.