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City Court Clerk's docket and fee book (1937-1939); and South Bend Treasurer's journal (1845-1863) listing income and expenditures.
Reproductions of historic front pages of the South Bend Tribune from the newspaper's first hundred years, 1872-1972; a special centennial edition of the Tribune; 100 Years on the Road, a history of the Studebaker Corporation, 1952; and a South Bend Tribune clipping concerning the Studebaker Corporation, 1978.
Nine black-and-white prints dating from 1898, most of them showing the 69th Regiment New York Infantry, a few of them showing Catholic chaplains saying Mass for the troops.
Records of James Fraleigh's Varsity Shops, chiefly financial, with some regarding the Stadium artifacts auction.
Account books of Brother Philemon (director of the school), receipts of expenditures, and bulletins from the school's annual play, 1885.
Notes for sermons, lectures, and classes, with his views of church history, history of philosophy, morals, logic, and French drama; a few letters; manuscripts of lectures, papers, and sermons; a transcript of his philosophy lectures, 1893-1894; and printed lectures, 1897-1898.
Correspondence with Birch Bayh, 1975-1980; and clippings and biographical material concerning Kertesz, 1950-1975.
Photographs, contact sheets, and negatives relating to the activities of the Peace Institute and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, circa 1990-1993. Also included are photographs (primarily portraits of University faculty and administrators) taken for Robert Schmuhl's "Notre Dame: A Contemporary Portrait," (1988).
Records of Notre Dame's Student Activities Office, including audio-visual and printed material.
Records of Notre Dame's Teachers as Scholars program.
Calendar cards followed by manuscripts of Texas material in the Archives of University of Notre Dame.
General Correspondence Files, Subject Files, President's Files, Directors' Files, Executive Committee Files, Rachel Reeder's Files, Editing Department Files, and "Liturgy" Magazine Files.
Booklets, brochures, correspondence, financial records, manuscripts, and memoranda.
Printed material concerning the Theatre Historical Society of America.
Files representing courses taught by Ivanus; mimeographed circulars and reports concerning his department, Notre Dame's library, and its international studies programs; with a small quantity of correspondence and handwritten material.
Personal letters that Guilka, a teenage Notre Dame fan from Ashville, North Carolina, received from most of the members of the 1945-1946 Notre Dame football team in response to a letter of sympathy from her; also a scrapbook and memorabilia concerning Notre Dame football during the same years.
Theses and dissertations collected by the University of Notre Dame Archives, many of them based on research in the University of Notre Dame Archives and donated by their authors.
Personal photographs, including pictures of Fr. Kelly, his family, Holy Cross seminarians, other Holy Cross priests, the Notre Dame campus, and Holy Cross College in Washington, D.C.
Correspondence, poems, sketches, paintings, printed ephemera, and other documents representing his work as an artist in various media, but especially as the creator of the stained glass windows in Old St. Patrick's Church, Chicago; also photographs of O'Shaughnessy and his stained glass windows and other works of art.
Correspondence, 1916-1961; tax records, 1918-1948; speeches, sermons, Steiner's grades, quotations collected by Steiner, and photographs.