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Correspondence, memoranda, essays, talks, bibliographies, term papers, critiques, scripts, and other material, dating from 1947 to 1999, documenting Father Harvey's career as a priest, teacher of speech and drama, and producer and director of plays at the University of Notre Dame; photographs, 1954-1991, and audio tapes, 1950-1969, most of them from Notre Dame theatrical productions.
Correspondence; manuscripts of his History of Notre Dame, Life of J.W. Cavanaugh, Life of James French, and Life of John F. O'Hara; research material used in his works; James Corbett's typewritten History of Notre Dame, used by Hope; yearly chronicles of Notre Dame life prepared by Hope, 1955-1961; and photographs.
Files representing Quigley's association with the Christian Family Movement South Bend Federation, including files on CFM conventions at Notre Dame, 1950s; and University of Notre Dame Faculty Senate documents, 1967-1971, including a few manuscripts and annotations.
Correspondence, notes, and drafts of manuscripts regarding the organization and subsequent history of San Salvador Council, No. 1, Knights of Columbus, New Haven, Connecticut, established in 1882; the history of the Knights of Columbus in Connecticut; early councils of the Knights of Columbus; and the financial difficulties of Catholic University in 1904. Correspondents include Thomas T. McAvoy, CSC. These papers seem to have been separated from Fr McAvoy's papers.
Manuscript of his book of humorous pieces, Vapid Vaporings ; a book of scholarly and general-interest notes (ca.1880); a few certificates; and nine letters (1888- 1890) mainly concerning the Paris Exposition and recent academic publications.
Records of the Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters Core Course, including many audio cassette tapes, several videos, and four CD-ROMS.
Minutes of meetings, financial statements, press releases, position papers, articles, correspondence, publications, newsletters, address lists, records of the board of directors, foundational documents, working papers, advocacy files, publicity files, and action alerts.
This collection consists of three manuscript poems by Aubrey de Vere.
Four letters written by Aubrey DeVere -- one to Professor Lyons (20 June 1884), one to Father Burtsell (21 August 1897), and two to "Dear Sir" (4 July 1856 and 14 February 1877); manuscript of a poem "The Chivalry of Industry"; and "Unpublished Letters of Aubrey DeVere" (pages from the Irish Monthly , 1911-1914).
Letters received, 1856-1874; transcriptions of letters to his family in Ahuillé, France, 1857-1874; diaries, sermons, notebooks, and essays generated during his seminary study and his tenure at Notre Dame; a scrapbook about Lemonnier's life, compiled after his death; a Mass card; and a lock of hair.
Incoming letters and documents preserved by the American painter Augustus Vincent Tack, mostly relating to his tenure (1914-1915?) as treasurer of the American Oil Development Company of Pittsburgh, the Tack family business.
Correspondence, passports, death notices, memorial cards, holy cards,
Images of Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Golf, Fencing, Boxing, Tennis, Minor Sports, and Miscellaneous.
Types of Negatives: Films (F) and Glass Plates (G). Sizes: 45 (4"x5") 57 (5"x7") 81 (8"x10") OV (Oversize).
Interviews concerning military and wartime experiences and how those experiences influenced perceptions of the 1991 Gulf War against Iraq. Interviews were conducted by eight students in Barbara Allen's oral history class (Spring semester 1991)
Typescript minutes of the Board of Trustees of the town of Bardstown, Kentucky, including sale of lots with names, deeds and transfers, construction of market houses, slave rules, expenses, elected officials,election results, and fire protection.
More than one hundred letters written during the Civil War by two brothers serving in the Confederate army, Sgt. William Lafayette Barrier (1st North Carolina Cavalry) and Col. Rufus Barrier (8th North Carolina Infantry). The letters are mostly directed to the brothers' father, Mathias Barrier, in Mt. Pleasant, Cabarrus County, North Carolina.
An accumulation of around 400 different pieces of published sheet music relating to baseball. The relationship may reside in the music's title or lyrics, in the sheet's cover graphics, or in some other identification with the game. Examples bear copyright dates ranging from 1860 to 1992. Baseball themed sheet music was especially common in the half-decade before World War I.
A collection consisting mainly of 55 personal letters, including courtship letters, directed to Amanda Bellamy (later Amanda Smart, ca. 1810-1845) of Warrenton, North Carolina and Petersburg, Virginia. There are also letters received by Amanda's daughter, Mollie Smart, and other family papers.