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Correspondence, 1862-1897; sermons, 1887-1897; clippings on the Corby family; records of financial services rendered Civil War soldiers, 1862-1865; a manuscript in which an unnamed regular army officer writes about chaplains he knew in the Army of the Potomac, 1864; and printed material concerning Corby, his death, and the monuments erected in his honor at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and at the University of Notre Dame.
Files of exams, class lists, review questions, outlines, etc. for Management Department courses he taught; files on meetings and conferences; research / publications files; University Club and Credit Union Board files; files regarding the Dept. of Business Management, College of Business Administration, University, and Faculty Senate. and his records as a member of many committees, including Education for Justice, Faculty Senate, Traffic Judicial Board, and Value Lines Committee.
Reel to reel audio tapes by William G. Storey concerning liturgy.
Letters chiefly to Sister Catherine at St. Mary's Convent, Monroe, Michigan, concerning Reaney's Naval service and his activities with fraternal lodges; scrapbooks, clippings, and cards; one bound volume containing an article by Reaney's father on the Monitor and the Merrimac; and one photo album containing pictures that Reaney collected during his career in the Navy, including some pictures of Father Damien on Molokai and his work among the lepers.
Seven letters received by William H. Safford of Chillicothe, Ohio, dated 1825 and 1860. Letters are from Joseph and Therese Blennerhassett of St. Louis, concerning the publication of a biography of Harman Blennerhassett.
Correspondence, 1880-1938; tax receipts, 1891-1897; insurance policies, 1900s-1930s; records of legal cases handled by Hoynes; expense account and report of a commission of the Department of the Interior's Office of Indian Affairs to examine treaties, 1890-1891; pamphlets by Hoynes such as "Preparedness for War and National Defense," 1916; pamphlets and speeches by Charles Ulysses Gordon, president Southern States Republican League, 1920s-1930s; and photographs.
Circular letters of the Holy Cross Provincial (Indiana Province), 1925-1948, and Superior General, 1908-1946; canon law cases, 1920s-1940s; correspondence and reports of the Committee on Studies, Moreau Seminary, 1937-1941; report "Peter's Pence, Catholic University and Foreign Missions Collections," 1930s; program from his Golden Jubilee, 1974; and pamphlets he collected.
Radio transcripts and a manuscript entitled Pacific Microphone, by William J. Dunn, CBS war correspondent covering the Pacific action during World War II. Transcripts feature site broadcasts form Batavia, Bandoeng, Melbourne, Sydney, Port Moresby, Hollandia, Leyte, Manila, Yokohama, Luzon and Tokyo. Manuscript, published in 1988 by Texas A & M University Press, provides an account of Dunn's wartime experiences.
Correspondence, speeches, papers, programs, and newspaper clippings that pertain almost exclusively to the American Catholic Congress in Baltimore and the Columbian Catholic Congress in Chicago; microfilm of newspapers dealing with Catholic institutions of higher learning and Catholic popular history, the Columbian Catholic Congress, and a large Catholic parade in Baltimore in September of 1889.
Transcripts and tapes of oral history interviews conducted by Notre Dame students in Montell's classes, deeds of gift of the interviews to the University of Notre Dame Archives, and student papers based on the interviews; concerning the homeless in South Bend, Indiana, eating and drinking establishments in South Bend, and the rural Black community of Calvin Township, Cass County, Michigan.
Scrapbook of clippings and invitations documenting the life, work, and family of William S. Moore; similar loose documents and clippings removed from the scrapbook; and letters of recommendation for Indiana State Highway Engineer (1917).
Typescripts of the seven addresses Bishop Sheridan delivered at the Diocesan Priests' Retreat, Pre-Advent, 1970.
Copies of the source material for Helen F. Smither's The William Tell Johnson Papers and a few other related letters; including letters and other documents by and about Johnson; official correspondence between his father, Waldo P. Johnson, and the Confederate War Department concerning the recruitment of Missouri troops in 1862-1863; and documents about the settlement of his estate.
Correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, diaries, legal and financial papers, drafts and copies of articles, speeches and military orders, and explanatory notes; originals, photostats, microfilm, typewritten copies and handwritten copies; also books from the Sherman family library and photographs, including many by George Barnard taken during the Civil War.
Available on microfilm from the Archives of the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556.
Microfilm of William Tecumseh Sherman Papers from repositories other than the Archives of the University of Notre Dame; including Sherman's letters addressed to Major Henry Turner, 1854-1881, and to Maria Ewing Serman, 1851-1891; letters of Ellen Ewing Sherman Letters to Maria Ewing Sherman, 1862-1874; newspaper clippings, 1863-1948, bulk 1892; and William Tecumseh Sherman's Memoirs.
William Tecumseh Sherman Papers from the Library of Congress.
Books, pamphlets, leaflets, periodicals, cassettes, manuscripts of homilies, notes, and other manuscript material having to do with Hamilton's work as a permanent deacon, his training for the deaconate, prison reform and visitation, and his career at WNDU; personal files consisting chiefly of correspondence (1960-1965 and 1969-1981) relating to WNDU, with scrapbook material from 1955 on, alcoholism material from 1983, and an Irish Football Network booklet from 1954 (pre-WNDU).
Drafts of books, articles, lectures, speeches (1920-1975); notes for lectures and projects (1918-1975); correspondence (1938-1975); and printed material (1932-1960).
Records of Notre Dame's WNDU television and radio stations, including films, videos, photographs, and digital data.
Records of Notre Dame's women's soccer team, including many videos of women's soccer games and related programs circa 1991-2002; also a few related photographs.
Documentation of Pope John Paul II's visit to Denver for World Youth Day in 1993, with records of the Ad Hoc Committee for the event, catechetical material, media guide, circulars, and related ephemera. Also issues of the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News with reports of World Youth Day and the Pope's 1993 visit.
Letters from bishops, authors, and publishers of Catholic literature to Bishop John Lancaster Spalding, the president of the exhibit, and Brother Maurelian, the secretary and manager of the exhibit, primarily concerning the display of Catholic books and publications at the Exposition; a printed letter from Bishop Spalding reporting on the success of the exhibit; and a register of visitors to the Exhibit.
Photographs from the Catholic Educational Exhibit at the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893; with images of the exhibit space and of exhibits from Roman Catholic dioceses, religious orders, and educational institutions.