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Diaries, 1884-1885; correspondence, 1870-1908, including a letter concerning religion from Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain), 1 June 1885; manuscripts of Stoddard's work such as For the Pleasure of His Company, "St. Anthony, Wonder Worker of Padua," and "School Days at Notre Dame, 1885-1886"; and articles about Stoddard. Correspondents include Theodore F. Dwight, Daniel Hudson, CSC, William H. Rideing, and Richard Henry Savage.
Diaries also available on 3 reels of microfilm.
Charlotte Ames' correspondence with Carmelite sisters in Wisconsin and Nevada, including some involving Jessica Powers; also printed ephemera collected at Catholic Library Association conferences and other conferences; printed ephemera from the University of Notre Dame; and a few email messages printed out on paper.
Minutes, memoranda, newsletters, clippings, and a scrapbook.
Correspondence, minutes, reports, newsletters (1962-1968), notes taken by Bill and Mary Connolly, leaders of the chapter, and subject files on such topics as school integration, E. Michael McCann's 1968 Milwaukee County district attorney campaign, George McGovern's 1972 presidential campaign, the John XXIII Community (1967), and the St. Martin de Porres Group (1963-1967).
Seven sets of architectural plans, drawings, and specifications from Notre Dame buildings constructed by the H.G. Christman Company. Buildings include music hall and boiler house (as one set), Stadium, Hesburgh Library (2 sets), Lemonnier Library (now School of Architecture), Chemistry Building (now Riley Hall), and the Computing Center. The set that includes the music hall and boiler house includes handwritten notes by Brother Charles (Harding?) with his signature.
Chiefly letters to John J. Mulloy with a few typewritten or photocopied manuscripts of essays and lectures by Dawson and a summary of Mulloy's conversations with Dawson in August and September of 1953.
Dropfiles containing clippings, offprints, newsletters, and ephemera concerning the Civil War, and specifically the Irish Brigade, the Holy Cross Fathers as chaplains during the war, and the Holy Cross Sisters and other nuns and sisters who served as nurses during the war; also books, many of them published in the nineteenth century, and many with illustrations, concerning the Civil War. Also related photographs and objects.
Scrapbook compiled by Clarence and Mabel Powell concerning Notre Dame midshipmen in World War II. The Powells claimed to have hosted 150 midshipmen from Notre Dame at their home in Mishawaka, Indiana. Includes newspaper clippings, correspondence, and photos sent by the midshipmen to the Powells.
Clippings, obituaries, memorial cards, ordination cards, invitations, programs, jubilee booklets, biographical sketches, pamphlets, books, issues of periodicals, musical scores, circulars letters, and correspondence; pertaining to lives of Catholic clergy and religious (bishops, priests, nuns, and brothers) most of them from Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.
Writings of Roman Catholic clergy (bishops and priests, secular and religious); including pamphlets, pastoral letters, discourses, newspaper clippings, sermons, speeches, offprints, and anniversary booklets.
Correspondence (1938-1964) with AEC officials, colleagues, and students; grant applications, contracts, reports and other material relating to his experimentation in radiation biology and neuro-physiology for the AEC (1951-1964); personal documents; a scrapbook; and photographs.
Personal letters received by Clifford M. Collins from the University of Notre Dame and a few other correspondents in the 1930s; copies of letters sent by Clifford M. Collins and Ruth Collins, 1930-1935; teaching and military appointments, 1918-1924; and a few clippings.
Marriage licenses and notes from local priests requesting marriage licenses, each showing the names, ages, and residences of the persons to be wed; also naturalization papers, tavern petitions, summonses, warrants, depositions, and other court documents.
Records (1988-2010) of the Conference on the History of Women Religious, consisting chiefly of papers delivered at the triennial conferences; also the History of Women Religious News and Notes (1988-2000); and a small quantity of background information and mailing lists.
Obituary book of deceased brothers (1822-1878); last wills of many brothers (1843-1885); carbon copy of a compilation of notes on the brothers (1842-1945); register of brothers at Notre Dame (1842-1850); list of brothers associated with Notre Dame (1923-1948); correspondence and personal documents of various brothers.
Documents from the archives of the Canadian Province of the Congregation of Holy Cross having to do with the general history of the Congregation, including foundations in Europe, America, and India, and associated congregations of brothers and sisters.
Collected digital data, photographs and printed material having to do with the priests, brothers, and sisters of Holy Cross.
Correspondence of Holy Cross fathers Peter P. Cooney, William Corby, James M. Dillon, Gilbert Francais, Julius A. Freré, and Basil Anthony Moreau; last wills (1844- 1861), manuscripts of poems, sermons, and speeches, instructions from superiors, military service records, notebooks, and other papers of many Holy Cross priests at Notre Dame.
Correspondence, reports, constitutions, directories, publications, documentation of meetings, records of activities and institutions, representing the general adminstration of the congregation as it interacted with its provinces, institutions, and members, and with bishops and the Vatican.
Records of the Consultation on Common Texts, arranged primarily chronologically according to year, consist of correspondence, memoranda, minutes and drafts of the Divine Office, Psalms, Lectionary, and Ecumenical Prayer Services.