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An ephemera collection containing reports, speeches, and commemorative materials relating to the Easter Rising of 1916 in Ireland.
Letters addressed to the Charles H. Ridder, editor and publisher of the Catholic News, almost all from prominent members of the American Catholic community and most replying to the News' inquiry regarding the advisability of establishing a Catholic daily in the United States.
Letters that Desmond, the editor of the Catholic Citizen, received from prominent members of the Catholic hierarchy and preserved for their autograph value. Originally arranged in a scrapbook together with some printed material concerning the correspondents.
Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, and meeting material relating to Fichter's membership on the board of directors for the National Catholic Reporter.
This collection consists of twentieth-century ephemera relating to Latinx culture. Significant topics represented in the ephemera include migrant laborers, César Chávez, and grape boycotts; Mexican-American socio-economic conditions, education, civil rights, and employment; illegal immigration; feminism; and Latin-American and Mexican culture, including art, history, politics, and literature. Materials include pamphlets, reports, dissertations, journal articles, magazines, and newspapers.
Correspondence and ephemera relating to Brendan Behan.
The collection contains ephemera publications produced in clandestinely operating printing shops throughout Poland during the German occupation. The collection covers a wide range of groups active in the underground from nationalist to Soviet sympathizing communists. Of particular interest are titles which were printed during the Warsaw Uprising (August 1-October 2, 1944).
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.