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Anti-Catholic printed material and printed material concerning anti-Catholicism: books, pamphlets, leaflets, periodicals, offprints and printed ephemera.
Books having to do with the history of the Catholic Church in the United States and territories that eventually became part of the U.S.; reference works likely to be helpful to researchers in the Notre Dame Archives; and books collected by Francis P. Clark.
Chiefly story books written by brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross telling the lives of saints; with some books about priests, sisters, classical composers, sports heroes, and other exemplary Catholics; also books for children by other Catholic authors brought out by other publishers, including standard Catholic readers dating from 1909; and a dozen illustrated pamphlets, most of them by Daniel A. Lord, SJ, teaching children about prayers, liturgy, and sacraments.
Sixteen daguerreotypes and ambrotypes (early photographs), most of them portraits.
Correspondence, microfilm center records, financial papers, family papers, checklists, finding aids, and printed material documenting Francis P. Clark's collecting and microfilming activities, with information concerning some of the collections that came to the University of Notre Dame Archives through his agency.
Material concerning the 1924 riot in South Bend, Indiana, between Notre Dame students and the Ku Klux Klan specifically; and the Ku Klux Klan and Notre Dame, in Indiana and in the USA more generally.
Transcripts, programs, sleeves, liner notes, or other material separated from audio or video recordings.
Miscellaneous manuscripts assembled by the archives.
Special issues of newspapers, most of the Catholic, celebrating anniversaries of dioceses, bishops, and newspapers, or dealing with some special event or holiday.
Records of the University of Notre Dame Archives, including audio recordings, photographs, and printed material.
Printed material concerning the University of Notre Dame. A "B" in the unit id means "filed in the Boxed series"; an "L" means "filed in the Legal size series"; an "o" means "filed in the 16x20 Oversize series"; an "s" means "filed on the open Shelves in the bookroom"; an "x" means "filed in the 20x24 Extra Oversize series"; for Disabled / Disabilities - see Handicapped
Portraits, mostly photographic, of individuals associated with the Catholic Church in America and/or Notre Dame, arranged alphabetically by last name.
Theses and dissertations collected by the University of Notre Dame Archives, many of them based on research in the University of Notre Dame Archives and donated by their authors.