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Clippings concerning diocesan affairs, 1872-1879, including clippings of the pastoral letters of Richard Whelan and John Joseph Kain; and photostats of letters received by Mother M. de Chantal, Superior of the Sisters of St. Joseph at St. Joseph's Academy in Wheeling (1874- 1875, 1895).
Material related to the development of projects such as the United States bishops' Women's Pastoral, the reactions of bishops and others, and correspondence reflecting the climate and the work of the last quarter of the 20th century; consisting of papers, speeches, diaries, printed material, photographs, and news articles.
Correspondence, clippings, articles, speeches, ephemera, photographs, and personal papers dating chiefly 1965-1977, with a few items dating from the 1920s.
A manuscript book of special orders of General William S. Harney, General Persifor Frazer Smith, and Colonel Albert S. Johnston (1853-1856); a manuscript book of letters sent by Buell to assorted military departments and units, primarily concerning orders and monthly strength returns (1853-1856); a book of printed General Orders of the Department of the Ohio (1861-1862); a four-page biography of Buell; and an unidentified index (1841-1846).
Correspondence; manuscripts of articles and his book The Emerging Layman (1962); research files of clippings, newsletters, and articles; copies of articles by and about Thorman; copies of his speeches; and family and business documents.
Records relating to Thorman's tenure with NCR are in the NCR collection (CNCR). His work with Ave Maria, Act, and Voice of St. Jude is documented only by bound volumes of the publications for some of the years of his employment.
Correspondence; academic and teaching files representing his work with the graduate school, foreign studies, and the English department; committee files; writing and publishing files; files reflecting his membership in organizations and his participation in conferences; and subject files.
Circular letters, reports, and minutes generated by activities of the Congregation of Holy Cross and the University of Notre Dame, including the University Apostolate, Ad Hoc Committee for the Fatima Apostolate, and the Pastoral Theology Program.
Files on Catholic Action, high school and college Young Christian Students, and related movements, including correspondence, study weeks, programs, pamphlets, mimeographed material, and bulletins; with publications of JOC (Young Christian) movements in France.
Research files and by-products of research into the history of the Lourdes Grotto at the University of Notre Dame and similar grottos at Saint Mary's College and in South Bend; also files on untimely deaths at the University of Notre Dame
Letters received or collected by Woodruff including letters or notes from Shane Leslie, Francis Cardinal Bourne, Henry Cardinal Manning, J.M.J. Acton, Alfred Noyes, F.C. Hingeston-Randolph, Frances Chesterton, Hilaire Belloc, Alan Herbert, Marie Belloc Lowndes, Robert C. Latham, and others; manuscript prayers and notes; datebooks of Woodruff, 1926, 1958; Mass cards, post cards, Christmas cards, clippings, and photographs.
Correspondence with Matthew Walsh, CSC, and Leigh G. Hubbell, CSC.
Two three-inch open reel audiotapes and a transcript (pages 1-66 and 62-70) of Frank Leahy's reminiscences of his early life through 1929 as recorded in interviews the donor had with Leahy circa 1965; and a typescript titled "On Children and the Danger in Football" (6 pages).
Typewritten transcription of an oral history interview with Edmund A. Stephan conducted by Richard W. Conklin at Stephan's home in Evanston, Illinois, 2 May 1983; with Stephan's impressions of Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, Howard J. Kenna, CSC, James W. Frick, Stephan's days at Notre Dame, classmates, professors, commencement, lay governance of the university, the Board of Lay Trustees, and coeducation at Notre Dame.
Papers and correspondence from members of the American and Canadian hierarchy including Maurice de Saint-Palais, bishop of Vincennes; John Henry Luers, bishop of Fort Wayne; John Walsh, bishop of London (Ontario); and Fergus P. McEvay, bishop of London (Ontario).
Certificate of entry into the United States, 1888; citizenship papers, 1898; tax returns and investment (1917-1924) and estate (1922-1926) records; and a report of Notre Dame's acquisition of stock from O'Connell's estate, 1938.
Articles, newspaper clippings, lectures, unpublished papers, and a small amount of correspondence relating to writers and literary topics. Correspondents include Jean Charlot and Sister Mary Madeleva, CSC, president of St. Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana, 1934-1961.
Chiefly collected material concerning Polish Catholics in the United States, including printed material, notes, photocopies of newspaper articles, unpublished papers, copies of documents from other archives, color slides, and audio recordings; with parish histories and accounts of Polish history in various regions of the United States.
Manuscript of a translation (1953) of the unpublished fourth volume of Soderini's The Pontificate of Leo XIII, titled Leo XIII and the United States of America, concerning the Paulists and the Americanist controversy; with a letter from the translator, F. Terras.
Also microfilm of Soderini's manuscript of this volume, Leone XIII e gli Stati Uniti de America (ca. 1933).
In English and Italian.
Clippings, cartoons, leaflets, photocopies, articles by and about Edward Fischer, reviews, issues of the Notre Dame Magazine, seven bound volumes containing Fischer's column in The Ave Maria (1953-1969), the St. Joseph College Alumni Merit Award, and faculty contracts; concerning communication, worship, films, the Bible, college education, books, missionaries, art, and newspapers.