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Microfilm containing data from the 1830 census of Indiana (6 reels); the 1810 census, 1820 census, and 1830 census of Kentucky (29 reels); and the soundex census index from the 1900 census of Pennsylvania (1 reel).
Records of Notre Dame's yearbook (The Dome), including a large collection of photographs.
Records of the faculty and staff of Notre Dame libraries, including audio-visual material and photographs.
Records of Notre Dame's University Photographer, including black-and-white and color negatives and prints, and video and audio recordings; with images of Notre Dame trustees, advisory council members, administrators, and faculty, scenes from university life representing academic, religious, and recreational aspects, and videos representing campus activities.
Records of the administration of Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C., as President of the University of Notre Dame, including audio and video recordings, photographs, printed material, and objects.
Drafts of Pioneer Healers: the History of Women Religious in American Health Care, edited by Ursula Stepsis and Dolores Liptak (New York: Crossroad, 1989). Also printed and photocopied material collected in research for the book, concerning religious ordrs that provide health care; and survey data from these orders, with some related correspondence and summaries of data.
Letters from members of the American Catholic hierarchy to the Rectors of the English College in Rome, who acted as their agents; letters from bishops Henry Conwell, Ambrose Marechal, James Whitfield, Samuel Eccleston, and Edward Fenwick, and from Father Gabriel Richard; letters to rectors Robert Gradwell and Nicholas Patrick Wiseman.
In English, Latin, French, and Italian.
Eight letter books containing copies of letters written by A.M. Soteldo, Simón Camacho, Julio Gonzalez, and other members of the Venezuelan delegation to the United States, 1881-1888; letters sent to the consulate, chiefly from Caracas, 1875-1877; and depositions and briefs from a law suit brought by Seth Driggs against Venezuelan General Santiago Marino, 1852-1855.
In Spanish and English.
Records of the Notre Dame post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.
A mimeographed booklet of many examples of Lemmer's column, "In the Wake of the News", which was usually no more than a few lines of witticism appended to the sports pages; a printed copy of an article Lemmer co-authored, entitled "Thomas Edison's Experimental Work with Michigan Iron Ore"; and a copy of a Chicago Tribune sports page commenting on the admission of women to Notre Dame.
Journals, ledgers, sermon and lecture notes, 1904, 1916- 1917; and the "Official List of the Officers who were in the Campaign of Mexico in 1847."
Review of Politics correspondence, reports, memoranda, and press releases, 1994-2008; personal or Notre Dame correspondence, ephemera, curricula vitae, 1969-2005; correspondence, circulars, and printed material from the Program of Liberal Studies, 1979-2005; and teaching material, 1990s-2011.
Papers, 1961-1972, including newsletters, clippings, reports, correspondence, and manuscripts of "The Peace Corps As I Saw It"; concerning Langford's work as director of the Peace Corps training program at Notre Dame and service with the Peace Corps in Chile. Also eight 16mm movies of Peace Corps volunteers in South America, 1960s, and photographs of Peace Corps volunteers in Chile, ca. 1962.
Ufer correspondence and other papers, chiefly 1913-1936, with some pre-1913 and some post-1936; one foot of notebooks or diaries; one roll of paintings. Also Record cards of Ufer's art sales, 1912-1927.
Minute book, constitution, and by-laws of the Athenian Junto, a literary society 1839-1847; records of Justices of the Peace and their hearings 1829-1831; and a record book of the annual meeting of the Christian churches of Washington county, 1899-1927, including financial reports, collection for foreign and home missions, names and salaries of church officials, historical sketches, and clippings.
Incomplete typescript of early court proceedings copied from original book, including mention of road overseers, stock marks, licenses and bonds, property transfers, fixing tavern rates and prices, estates, taxes, appointments, binding minors to apprenticeships, and slaves; with an emancipation order for a slave.
Correspondence (1904-1935); newspaper clippings; manuscripts of sermons; and three scrapbooks.
Records of college Young Christian Students, including correspondence; minutes of meetings, study workshops, study days, study weeks, and retreats; newsletters, reports, working documents, pamphlets, inquiry booklets and mimeographed circulars; also papers collected by Mary Good from her participation in Young Christian Workers.