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Newspaper clippings, obituaries, memorial cards, manuscripts, and a few letters involving members of the Coquillard family and Rev. Edward Sorin, CSC.
A substantial collection of manuscript material, photographs, and printed matter relating to the All-American Girls Baseball League, a women's professional league active in the American Midwest from 1943 to 1954. Included is a set of nine loose-leaf notebooks compiled by South Bend Blue Sox executive Harold T. Dailey, comprising a kind of documentary history of the league.
A collection of records, mostly financial, of the Birmingham (Alabama) Black Barons Negro Leagues professional baseball club. The most significant item in the collection is a manuscript cash book, showing the club's financial accounts with each of its players for the seasons 1926 through 1930.
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.
Correspondence, 1910-1939; minutes, 1912-1923; quarterly and annual financial reports, 1910-1934; clippings; life insurance policies, 1923-1934; and receipts for insurance payments, 1933-1935; and personal papers of the group's recording secretary, John J. Ryan, including clippings, union membership records, and greeting cards, 1896-1958.
Correspondence, 1910s-1974; briefs submitted by Fahy as Solictor General, 1941-1945; cases handled by Fahy as counsel for NLRB, 1935-1940; articles and book reviews by Fahy, 1930s-1970s; clippings of Fahy, 1910s-1970s; and printed material collected by Fahy.
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.
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.
Letters written by Daniel O’Connell to various recipients during the 1830s-1840s, a brief newspaper article, and one black-and-white portrait. Two letters date from 1843, O’Connell’s hoped-for “year of repeal,” and relay information about that movement.
Anniversary booklets, yearbooks, necrologies, directories, ordos, statutes, books, pamphlets, clippings, and other printed material pertaining to dioceses and archdioceses in the United States; providing information on ecclesiastical sees, Catholic institutions, religious education, episcopal appointments, and ordinations; with biographies of priests diocesan histories, parish histories, and diocesan school board reports.