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Scope and Content Correspondence, 1888-1916; class lectures; grade book, 1904-1920; diary, 1886; books by Kirsch; U.S. Geological Survey Chart of Minerals, 1903-1904; a pamphlet titled "History of Christ Church, Alexandria, Va., 1773-1930"; and photographs.
In English, French, German and Latin.
In English, French, German and Latin.
Scope and Content Letters sent by Bishops Loras and Hennessy; manuscripts of lectures by Bishop Loras; drawings of saints for the Dubuque Cathedral; and a Denkschrift of Adam Handl, Richmond (Washington County), Iowa, 1861.
Fonds — Box: UNDA-CC-0001
Scope and Content Letters (1895-1935) from John J. Ming, S.J., of St. Ignatius College in Cleveland, Joseph H. Meier of the Official Catholic Directory, Frederick P. Kenkel of the Catholic Central Verein, Joseph M. Schifferli of the (Buffalo) Echo, Peter Guilday of the American Catholic Historical Association, Simon Baldus of the Catholic Press Association, and others; correspondence between Preuss and F. Makert, SVD, of the Mission Press, Techny, Illinois (1905-1931); correspondence with and concerning...
Scope and Content Papers of Astrik L. Gabriel (ALG) dating 1929-2005. The bulk of the material falls between 1948 and 2000. This time span starts with his arrival in the United States and ends a few years prior to his death. There are very few documents from his earlier life because he was forced to flee his native country and left behind almost all his books and papers. All information pertaining to his life in Hungary comes from his correspondences with his colleagues and friends. The collection...
Dates: 1929-2005 (bulk 1948-2000).
Scope and Content Correspondence files from the Central Bureau, most of them involving Frederick P. Kenkel and dating from his term as director (1908-1952); concerning Central Verein business and Catholic topics of the day, including a large file on anti-Catholic speakers claiming to be ex-priests and nuns. Correspondents include John J. Cochran, Brother Joseph Dutton, Mary Filser Lohr, Joseph Matt, John Rothensteiner, and George Shuster, and many prominent German Catholics. Microfilm contains...
Dates: 1826-1972 (bulk 1908-1952).
Scope and Content Two letters received by Bishop John Timon, one letter sent by Bishop Stephen Ryan, and photostats of a life of John B. Merz and a sacramental record book.
Scope and Content Note Correspondence and papers of Ignatius Mrak; transcripts of letters written by Ignatius Mrak and Frederic Baraga; catechisms composed by Ignatius Mrak, Francis X. Pierz, and N.L. Sifferath in Ottawa or Ojibwa; a manuscript dictionary of French, German, and Indian; and a biography of Bishop Baraga in Slovenian. Also printed material donated by Bishop Mrak, including national songs of Austria and Hungary printed in Hungarian and German, a Slovenian treatise on the making of charcoal,...
Dates: 1808-1895 (bulk 1839-1895)
Scope and Content Six letters received by Bishop John Chanche (1852-1853); three letters received by Bishop James O. Van de Velde (1855); three letters sent by Bishop William Henry Elder (1861-1864) and a document in Elder's hand, dating from the 1870s, characterizing the Society of the Knights of the Legion of Honor as a secret society; clippings of pastoral letters and articles by Elder (1873-1881); and a few other letters and clippings.
In English, French, German, and Latin.
In English, French, German, and Latin.
Scope and Content Correspondence; historical and religious writings; and research and reference files on Bishop Simon Bruté, Father Stephen T. Badin, Girolamo Savonarola, early missions in Mexican America, Indiana Catholic history, and the Benedictine order in the United States. Also Schmitt's collection of autograph letters, calling cards, and signatures of authors, British and American legislators, presidents of the United States, archbishops, and cardinals (1777-1893). The papers of Father Edmond...
Dates: 1777-1901 (bulk 1890-1901).
Scope and Content Copies of typewritten transcripts of documentation assembled by the Bishop Baraga Association in support of the cause for his canonization as a saint; consisting of correspondence, reports, journal and account-book entries, and invoices. Also microfilm containing correspondence, 1850s-1860s; an Indian language (Ottawa or Chippewa) catechism; an introduction to Catholicism in North America, in German, possibly written for the Leopoldine Society; and correspondence and records of...
Scope and Content Correspondence, notes, church documents, and printed material; concerning Bornemann's work as a leader of the German American Catholic Congresses and his interest in organizations of German American Catholics such as the Staatsverband Societies of Pennsylvania and Ohio, the Catholic Central Verein, and the Amerikanish Deutschen Priester Vereins. Correspondents include J.N. Enzlberger, William Faerber, Joseph Schroeder, and bishops Leo Haid, OSB, and P.J. Hurth, CSC.
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1912-1913 and 1922-1938; drafts of publications, articles and notes used in his publications; reviews of his writings; his subject files on such topics as evolution, the Bible, and New Testament social teachings; and printed matter such as Hand der Neutestamentlichen Textkritik (1923).
In English, Greek, and German.
In English, Greek, and German.
Scope and Content Audio cassettes transcriptions of oral histories conducted in German for Wegs' book Growing Up Working Class: Continuity Change Among Viennese Youth, 1890 to 1938(University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989); research material (photocopied articles in German) collected in support of his unpublished book on crime Austrian youth at the end of the 19th century, with some material related to his research into Austrian collaboration with Nazi Germany in...
Scope and Content Several letters Waldemar Gurian wrote to Newman after the latter entered Berlin as part of the American occupation forces in July 1945 requesting that Newman send him certain German books and look up old friends; and two letters in which Newman reminisces about his explorations in the ruins of Berlin and about classes with Frank O'Malley, professor of English at the University of Notre Dame. Also six letters mentioning O'Malley, received by Newman between 1945 and 1947; and notes...
Dates: 1945-1976 (bulk 1945-1947).
Scope and Content Fifteen notebooks of research notes by Danehy students, ca. 1956-71; theses by Danehy students; Danehy's doctoral thesis ( The reaction of acetylenic Grignard reagents with metal halides ); Danehy's BA thesis ( The preparation of ethyl acetylene from calcium acetylide in liquid ammonia ). Also one letter in German from Thomas A. Mann, 4 April 1930, with English translation.
Scope and Content Primarily correspondence; correspondents include Henry Hussman, John B. Quinn, Boniface Rauch, OSB, and Theodore Vose; some of the correspondence involves Ursuline Sisters, School Sisters of Notre Dame, and the Missouri State Historical Society. Also manuscripts of several historical articles, a catalog of Rothensteiner's personal library and of the Rothensteiner collection at Mundelein College; and personal papers of William Faerber (1841- 1905). The Notre Dame University...
Scope and Content Manuscripts of "Thomas Lectures I," "Über das Gute und das Böse," and "Einführung (der Philosophie)." In German and English
Scope and Content Chiefly correspondence, including letters written by Selinger during his years as a student at the North American College in Rome and as a teacher at St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee to Rev. Anton Pauk of St. Louis; letters from H.J. Heuser, O.J.S. Hoog, and Bede Maler, OSB, some of them concerning Selinger's views on agnosticism; letters from rectors of the Catholic University of America John J. Keane, D.J. O'Connell, and Thomas J. Conaty; and letters from M. Cardinal Faulhaber, A. Cardinal...
Scope and Content Correspondence of many Austrians who were active in the American mission field, including St. John Neumann, Bishop of Philadelphia; Frederic Baraga, Bishop of Marquette; Father Caspar Rehrl, founder of the Sisters of St. Agnes; Father Joseph Salzmann, founder of St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee; Father Francis X. Pierz, missionary, especially in Minnesota; Father John Stephen Raffeiner of New York. Other correspondents include Vincentius Eduard Milde, Archbishop of Vienna; Simon...
Scope and Content Five reels of letters from the United States to the Ludwig Mission Society and two reels of the society's magazine, Annalen der Glaubensverbreitung, volumes one through twenty-one (1848-1868), in which many of the letters were published. Correspondents include Rev. Franz Xaver Weninger, bishops Frederick Baraga, Egidius Jünger, Joseph Melcher, Ignatius Mrak, Michael O'Connor, Maurice de Saint-Palais, Rupert Seidenbusch, OSB, John Timon, CM, Richard V. Whelan, and others. Most...
Scope and Content Correspondence with leaders in the liturgical movement including Donald Attwater, Godfrey Diekmann, Martin Hellriegel, Reynold Hillenbrand, Charles G. O'Connor, H.A. Reinhold, and many others, with members of the Congregation of Holy Cross including Theodore M. Hesburgh, and with bishops, nuns and Catholic lay men and women; manuscripts concerning liturgy by Jean Danielou, Ernst Grieshaer, Jean Guy, Johannes Hofinger, Josef Jungmann, John B. O'Connell, Damasus Winzen, Christine Mohrmann, and...
Scope and Content Miscellaneous manuscripts assembled by the archives.
Scope and Content Letters received, 1888-1902, most of them having to do with the publication of his Epitome of the New Testament, a book of selections in Greek; printed copies of his Epitome (1900) and Poikila Diegemata, Anekdota, Axiomata kai Erothseis (1885), a booklet of Greek inventions intended to entertain Notre Dame students; seven manuscripts on philosophy, logic, moral theology, ancient literature, liturgy, reading, and Latin grammar; and...
Scope and Content Correspondence with Peter Mueller (1931-1934) and a few other letters (1895, 1908, 1909); a copy of his appointment as Bishop of Dacca by Pope Leo XIII; the bull of Pope Pius XI making him Titular Archbishop of Bostra; souvenirs of his time in India; clippings; an anniversary booklet; and a photograph.
Scope and Content Correspondence (1882-1887) involving Bishop Martin Marty, OSB, Edward Sorin, CSC, William Corby, CSC, Alexis Granger, CSC, and Alexander Kirsch, CSC, concerning financial problems of the mission at Deadwood, South Dakota, and other problems of clergy in the Dakotas; pamphlets, clippings, and a photograph of Rosen (1894); a tour book he wrote, Hundert Tage In Europa (St. Louis: Druck der Amerika, 1895); and a broadside describing a religious conversion in South Dakota; with information on the...
Scope and Content Manuscripts of books, articles, lectures, essays, sermons and the like, and books of notes, none of which are attributed to any author. Many are incomplete or fragmentary. Almost all deal with religious, theological, philosophical, or literary subjects. Includes a sketch of the life of Robert W. Healy, a Notre Dame graduate, Civil War general, US Marshal in Alabama, and post-Reconstruction Southern industrialist; an incomplete translation of John Baptiste de la Salle's Conduite...
Scope and Content 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.
- Letters. 13
- Catholics, German 4
- Catholic Church -- Bishops -- Correspondence 2
- Clippings (information artifacts) 2
- Indians of North America -- Missions 2
- Missions -- Bengal 2
- Acetylene 1
- Agnosticism 1
- Anti-Catholicism 1
- Berlin (Germany) -- History -- 1945-1950 1
- Broadsides (notices) 1
- Catechisms 1
- Catholic Church -- Diocese of Natchez (Miss.) -- History 1
- Catholic Church -- Education 1
- Catholic Church -- History -- Indiana 1
- Catholic Church -- Iowa -- Dubuque 1
- Catholic Church -- Michigan -- History 1
- Catholic Church -- Michigan -- History -- Sources 1
- Catholic Church -- Middle West -- History 1
- Catholic Church -- Missions -- North America 1 ∧ less
- English 27
- French 15
- Latin 14
- Italian 4
- Spanish; Castilian 3
- Baraga, Frederic, 1797-1868. 4
- Catholic Central Verein of America. 2
- Faerber, W. (Wilhelm), 1841-1905. 2
- Gurian, Waldemar, 1902-1954. 2
- Kenkel, Frederick, 1863-1952. 2
- Kirsch, Alexander Marion, 1855-1923. 2
- Mrak, Ignatius, 1818-1901. 2
- Pierz, Francis X., 1785-1880. 2
- Rothensteiner, John E. (John Ernest), 1860-1936. 2
- Résé, John Frederick, 1791-1871. 2
- Astrik L. Gabriel 1
- Attwater, Donald, 1892-1977 1
- Badin, Stephen T. (Stephen Theodore), 1768-1853. 1
- Baldus, Simon A. (Simon Alexander), 1872- 1
- Bertram, Adolf, 1859-1945. 1
- Bishop Baraga Association. 1
- Bornemann, George, 1838-1924. 1
- Bruté, Simon, 1779-1839 1
- Bruté, Simon, 1779-1839. 1
- Catholic Central Verein of America. Central Bureau. 1 ∧ less