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Correspondence, 1893-1918; photostats of two letters from Henri Bergson, 1906 and 1908; manuscripts of articles written by Sauvage for the Catholic Encyclopedia; Directory of the Congregation of Holy Cross, 1912; clippings; address book; degree from Catholic University; and photographs.
Correspondence with Matthew Harkins, Bishop of Providence, William Stang, Bishop of Fall River, Daniel F. Feehan, Bishop of Fall River, John W. Cavanaugh, CSC, President of the University of Notre Dame, and others, 1878-1916; and clippings concerning Coyle's work, 1880s-1910s.
Correspondence, 1914-1941; notes and manuscript copies of Hagerty's writings such as "The Catholic Church and Social Reform;" and clippings concerning Hagerty's career and the death of Monsignor John A. Ryan in 1945.
Unpublished manuscript of his "History of the 58th Regt. Illinois Infantry Volunteers From Sept. 1861 to April 1866" and a typewritten transcript of it; correspondence with members of the 58th Regiment, 1894-1905; clippings and pamphlets concerning the Civil War; manuscript essays by Spillard; and information on Brigadier General Robert W. Healy, Colonel William Lynch, and Daniel Joseph Spillard, CSC.
Correspondence, clippings, articles collected by Sheehan, and speeches given by Sheehan.
Correspondence with members of the Joseph Kennedy family (Rose, Edward, Jacqueline, Joe, and Kathleen), clippings, a plaque given Cavanaugh by the Commerce Council, a scrapbook from the testimonial for Cavanaugh by the Notre Dame Club, Los Angeles, 1952, a copy of the homily delivered by Father Hesburgh at Cavanaugh's funeral, and photographs.
Photographs from the "Old Faces -- New Places" column in the Notre Dame Alumnus by John Wilson, CSC.
Correspondence, 1970-1978; manuscripts of talks and articles by Davis; subject files, 1970-1977; an oral history interview with Davis, 21 January 1972; and printed material collected by Davis, 1970s.
Five letters to Finotti (1855-1877), among them one concerning the exhumation of Bishop Frederic Baraga, one concerning the Society of California Pioneers, and one concerning the school question; and scrapbooks of political cartoons, including caricatures of Jefferson Davis, and newspaper clippings on the Civil War, popular poetry, and Catholicism.
Business correspondence, advertising circulars, clippings, and two copies of a "Catalogue of the Library of the Late Lawrence Kehoe, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1891."
Correspondence, 1959-1974; Owens' writings, including a manuscript of "Maryland Emigration to Kentucky, 1785-1812," 1968; clippings and reviews of Owens' works, 1960s-1970s; research material and printed matter on the origins and history of the Sisters of Loretto; and a tape of an interview of Sister Owens by Roy J. McCarthy on KMOX radio, St. Louis, 1964 concerning her booklet "The St. Louis Hospital, 1828," 1964.
Correspondence of Ley with G. Wilson Knight, Jackson Knight and Louis Hasley, 1930s-1977; writings of Ley; and clippings collected by Ley concerning Mark Van Doren.
Anniversary books, pamphlets, dedications, financial statements, invitations, directories, bulletins, and newspaper clippings representing Catholic parishes throughout the United States, with more material for Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana than for other states; a few photographs, mainly from Indiana and Kentucky.
Correspondence, legal documents, manuscripts of articles, and two scrapbooks, one with clippings of editorials he wrote and the other detailing the 1930 concert season at the Ravinia, Illinois.
Notes taken by Father Peter E. Hogan, SSJ, on Martin John Spalding, Archbishop of Baltimore, the books he wrote, and the history of his family; consisting chiefly of typewritten information taken from books, clippings, and manuscripts; including a transcription edited and indexed by Hogan of parts of Spalding's journal, 1860-1864, with such headings as Short Accounts of Louisville Institutions, Register of Correspondence with Propagation of Faith, and Diocesan Correspondence.
One scrapbook of newspaper clippings dealing with the death of Pope Pius XI and the election and coronation of Pius XII; phonograph records (78 rpm) of the coronation ceremonies for Pius XII, 1939; film and videotape of the funeral of Pius XII and the election and coronation of Pope John XXIII.
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings concerning his career; with a resolution passed by the board of directors of the Knights of Columbus at Stritch's death, 1958.
Correspondence, clippings, and publications of Sister Mary Benet McKinney, including The New Sister (1969); correspondence, reports, minutes, and clippings from the School Study Commission, 1970-1971; minutes, correspondence, reports, and office files from the Urban Apostolate of the Sisters, 1963-1976; and subject files representing the activities and interests of Sister Mary Benet McKinney, OSB; also related photographs.
Photocopies of entries Derrick wrote while at Notre Dame installing an organ in the original Church of the Sacred Heart; with related clippings and a letter, 1956.
Also available on microfilm.
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.
Reproductions of historic front pages of the South Bend Tribune from the newspaper's first hundred years, 1872-1972; a special centennial edition of the Tribune; 100 Years on the Road, a history of the Studebaker Corporation, 1952; and a South Bend Tribune clipping concerning the Studebaker Corporation, 1978.
Correspondence with Birch Bayh, 1975-1980; and clippings and biographical material concerning Kertesz, 1950-1975.
Transcript of a trial, Commonwealth of Virginia vs. Neva Miller Moss; correspondence with Russell P. Kehoe, who assisted in the prosecution of Mrs. Moss in Jeffersonville, Indiana, and with others; clippings concerning Moss's activities as an anti-Catholic lecturer; leaflets and newspapers concerning anti-Catholicism in the 1920s; and a scrapbook of clippings and correspondence from the Eucharistic Congress, 1926.