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Chiefly drafts and criticisms of the documents of the Second Vatican Council, with some related correspondence; schemata, circular letters, memoranda, interventions, and commentaries; handwritten, typewritten, mimeographed, photocopied and printed material.
Four manuscript documents relating to the battle at Cap Français in the French colony of Saint-Domingue, 20-23 June 1793. All the documents are written by or to the Marquis de Sercey, a French rear admiral, aboard Éole in Cap Français harbor.
Miscellaneous manuscripts assembled by the archives.
Microfilm of a rule book for the Oblates of Providence. The rule book, in French, followed by an English version, details obligations of the superior, oblates, and postulates, tasks to be done, Sunday and feast day observances, guidelines for the school and the children attending it, daily routine, dress, education for the sisters, and reformed constitution in French. The reel contains two copies of the book.
Diary (1866-1878) containing financial records; exercise book (1870-1875) containing translation exercises.
In Latin, French, and English.
Personal letters from Waldeck Rousseau, one-time vice- president of the French National Assembly, to Henry A. Riviere.
Three idiosyncratic manuscript journals of deeply cynical leftist political commentary, written by an unidentified Irish-American resident of Pittsburgh, ca. 1922-1932. The journals treat local, national, and international affairs, contemporaneous and historical: there is much on World War I, Ireland, and American politics generally. The volumes are illustrated with some 750 drawings, many of them portraits.
This collection derives from three generations of a prominent and historically important Russian-Georgian family. It includes personal and professional correspondence, diaries, documents, photographs, and other manuscript and print formats.
A collection of research files comprised of printed ephemera, correspondence, manuscripts, audio recordings, and other materials documenting the activities and work of more than 100 conceptual artists, assembled by Robert C. Morgan during his professional career as an artist, art historian, curator, and author from 1968-2015.
Material concerning the commemoration of Fr. Sorin's birth in Ahuillé, France. The commemoration took place in Ahuillé on 14 September 1978, with Father Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, participating. Consists of correspondence received by the Archives in connection with the event; Hesburgh's speech at the commemoration; and xerox copies of newspaper articles concerning the event.
68 manuscript business letters and documents relating mainly to the Saint-Domingue property holdings of Maurice-René, Viscount de la Belinaye as they were managed by a mercantile house under Stanislas Foäche in Cap-Français (modern-day Cap-Haïtien, Haiti) between 1775 and 1790.
Xerox copies of letters that Maritain, a French Thomist philosopher and professor at Princeton, wrote to Gurian, a professor of political science at Notre Dame, concerning world events, politics, and personal matters.