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Transcript of a trial, Commonwealth of Virginia vs. Neva Miller Moss; correspondence with Russell P. Kehoe, who assisted in the prosecution of Mrs. Moss in Jeffersonville, Indiana, and with others; clippings concerning Moss's activities as an anti-Catholic lecturer; leaflets and newspapers concerning anti-Catholicism in the 1920s; and a scrapbook of clippings and correspondence from the Eucharistic Congress, 1926.
Fragments of sermons and manuscripts on angels, the pope, Martin Luther, and Biblical topics; fragments of financial papers; rhetoric instructions.
Copies of letters, clippings, and other memorabilia concerning Brigadier General Thomas Francis Meagher, his family history, and Notre Dame's reception and possession of the Meagher sword and the Irish Brigade's flag; and four letters Meagher sent to Andrew O'Connell (1866-1867) with a document appointing O'Connell Justice of the Peace at Large for the Montana Territory. Also Meagher's U.S. Army regulation field officer's sword
Records documenting Thomas Bice-Allen's service on the writing committee for the first book of guidelines for the formation of permanent deacons in the United States (early 1970s), his participation in the first WOC conferences in 1975 and 1978, and his membership in Corpus and the Corpus Board of Directors; also VHS video tapes of segments of 60 Minutes, The Phil Donahue Show, and Geraldo, featuring married priests and their spouses, along with DVD copies of the tapes.
Sermons and speeches collected or delivered by Brennan, 1906-1964; writings on philosophy collected by Brennan; correspondence, 1952-1971; photographs; and the program from the world premiere, held in South Bend, of the film "Knute Rockne: All American."
Two scrapbooks compiled by Darby containing clippings and a few letters concerning the Labor School in New Rochelle.
Letters (1870-1889) to Jenkins from Benedict Webb, editor of the Catholic Advocate; John Ireland, Bishop (later Archbishop) of St. Paul; Eliza Allen Starr, author; and John Lancaster Spalding, Bishop of Peoria; also letters (1895-1896) from Jenkins to his sister (?), Hetty, and manuscript drafts of travelogue sketches and notes on Kentucky history.
Correspondence and manuscripts (CTLB, including agreements, contracts, drafts of a book and various articles, and other documents); printed material (PTLB, including football programs, newspaper clippings, and ephemera); photographs (GTLB); and a few objects (OTLB). Includes correspondence with Knute Rockne (1929-1931) and several Notre Dame related photos from 1921 and earlier.
Photographs collected for research of his book The University of Notre Dame: A Portrait of Its History and Campus (University of Notre Dame Press: Notre Dame and London, 1975).
Correspondence, course-teacher evaluations, articles, press releases, reports from the dean of the law school, and book reviews by Shaffer, 1963-1980.
Photocopies of juvenilia, 1931-1941, consisting of editorials, columns, reviews, articles, and poems that Merton wrote before he entered the Abbey of Gethsemani in 1941 and published in the Oakhamian, the Granta, the Columbia Jester, the Columbia Spectator, the Columbia Review, the New York Times Book Review, the New York Herald Tribune Book Review, the Catholic World, and the Catholic Poetry Society of America Bulletin; and copies of some of the books he wrote after he became a monk.
Biographical and personal material; teaching notes; reference files; speeches, writings, and meetings files; and an extensive series of files representing his activity in organizations outside Notre Dame.
Correspondence, appointment calendars, course material, My Notre Dame book manuscripts; collected printed material; a cassette audio tape from his Notre Dame Class Reunion; Posters, framed photographs, and a plaque.
Papers of Timothy Unsworth, consisting of nine linear feet of manuscript material, chiefly drafts and copies of his writings with related correspondence, but also including his master's thesis and diploma; also five linear inches of high-school yearbooks and seven linear inches of video tapes of his television appearances.
Four lesson books containing O'Sullivan's writings; a small quantity of correspondence; notes; and a large collection (5 linear inches) of clippings compromising to Protestants.
Tintypes (early photographs).
Correspondence, minutes, reports, and legal and financial records relating to the community's property. Principal correspondents include True House leaders Robert Colson and Jim Byrne. Also 85 tape recordings of lectures on the charismatic renewal.
Office files; books published by Twenty-third Publications; Braille and large-print editions of some Twenty-third Publications made by the Xavier Society for the Blind; filmstrips with audio tapes, and related printed material; VHS videos, audio cassette tapes, CDs, DVDs, and one film.
The company's record of General and Special Orders, i.e. orders pertaining to the company in general or to individual members of it.
Miniature photostats made from microfilm of the records of the Michigan Superintendency of the Office of Indian Affairs.