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Correspondence, 1918-1953; account books, 1913-1928 and 1934-1935; ribbons won at livestock shows, 1913-1937; list of births and deaths in the Donovan family, 1802-1877; autobiographical sketch of brother Leo, 1938; writings and lectures by Brother Leo; and clippings about Brother Leo.
Civil War pension documents of private Mathew Burke (Company I 23rd Regiment of New York National Guard); a contract involving Annie J. Cunningham (1893) and an undertaker's bill for the funeral of Mary C. Cunningham (1906); and jubilee cards for Sister Mary Dominic (1913). These persons are likely forebears of Joseph P. Burke, Notre Dame class of 1925.
Records of Notre Dame's Office of Campus Ministry, including photographs and many audio and video recordings.
These scrapbooks contain photographs of campus buildings, particularly dormitories and other campus landmarks. They also contain an aerial view of campus, ROTC cadet formation, Rev. John Francis O'Hara, and Rev. Hugh O'Donnell.
Musical compositions by Carl Hager, including works for string quartet, orchestra, three male voices, solo voice and guitar, solo voice and string quartet, organ, piano, and classical guitar.
Manuscripts of his work; letters written by friends, 1974- 1975; passport; will of his wife, Mary Mathes; and tape recordings of his Masses and other music.
Records of the Carmel of Reno, consisting of files documenting interaction with bishops of Reno, with the Carmelites Fathers, and with other Carmelite nuns; files on meetings; surveys regarding Carmelite nuns; clippings; correspondence; files on deceased sisters and friends; and Clem Family papers.
Correspondence, records of research, articles, and other papers documenting Carol J. Jablonski's research into pastoral letters written by America Roman Catholic Bishops between 1947 and 1981; also the pastoral letters themselves, which Jablonski collected in support of her research.
Newspaper clippings, bulletins, operations locations, and field orders of the First Division; terrain, position, and operations maps from First Division Headquarters, including a boxed set of official maps of the history of the First Division (1919) and some troop position and objective maps of artillery, infantry, and tanks.
Records pertaining to the United States and territories that became part of it; consisting of decisions and decrees of the Congregation, correspondence with interested parties (often bishops and priests in the United States), and papers consulted or generated in monthly and weekly meetings, in audiences with the pope, or in meetings of commissions.
Manuscript of a pastoral letter on the insult offered to Pope Leo XIII and the whole Christian church by the erection of a monument to Giordano Bruno in Rome.
Records of the Catholic Committee on Urban Ministry, including audio-visual material and photographs.
Records of the Catholic Human Relations Council of Union County, NJ; consisting of correspondence, notes, clippings, mimeographed and spirit-duplicated handouts, printed ephemera, pamphlets, and books.
Correspondence of Paul Joseph Foik, CSC, regarding the Catholic Library Association and the chief project of the Association's early years, the Catholic Periodical Index; including executive council correspondence with Colman Farrell, OSB, and William FitzGerald, presidents of the CLA in the 1930s.
Chiefly story books written by brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross telling the lives of saints; with some books about priests, sisters, classical composers, sports heroes, and other exemplary Catholics; also books for children by other Catholic authors brought out by other publishers, including standard Catholic readers dating from 1909; and a dozen illustrated pamphlets, most of them by Daniel A. Lord, SJ, teaching children about prayers, liturgy, and sacraments.