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Correspondence (1842-1885), poetry, sermons, and printed material including a copy of his book La Thebaïde en Amérique: ou Apologie de la vie Solitaire et Contemplative (1852).
Correspondence of Holy Cross fathers Peter P. Cooney, William Corby, James M. Dillon, Gilbert Francais, Julius A. Freré, and Basil Anthony Moreau; last wills (1844- 1861), manuscripts of poems, sermons, and speeches, instructions from superiors, military service records, notebooks, and other papers of many Holy Cross priests at Notre Dame.
A 242-page diary kept by Sylvester H. Rosecrans, 1847-1852, which covers his journey to Rome, travels in Italy and preparation for the priesthood; a typewritten transcript of the same diary; letters, poems and clippings by and about Sylvester H. Rosecrans; photostats of some 25 letters concerning the Dominican Sisters at St. Mary of the Springs, Columbus, Ohio, 1829-1860; and a few other items concerning the Catholic Church in Columbus.
Correspondence, 1886-1896; canonical faculties and official certificates given to Straniero, 1823-1886; Straniero's report on the state of the Catholic Church in America, "Rapporto Sullo Stato della Chiesa Cattolica negli Stati Uniti d'America," 1886; and cards, poems, and letters welcoming Straniero.
Sermons, lectures, poetry, printed material, and manuscripts of articles by Gallagher and others; concerning scripture, sacraments, meditation, Catholic Action, and other religious topics, and Celtic languages, especially Gaelic (Irish). Also the manuscript of a short novel, James Gallagher.
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.
Correspondence with members of his family and such Notre Dame personalities as Vincent Fagan and Richard Sullivan; and manuscripts and handwritten notes for short stories and poems, a collection of his stories Men in the Field, and an unpublished novel, Gold and Fiddles.
Personal and professional correspondence, 1933-1976; drafts of poetry; copies of publications, 1927-1972; clippings concerning Engels and his family; teaching records; maps from his Wisconsin property and family trips; scrapbooks; and photographs.
Correspondence, manuscripts of essays, poems, diary entries, biographical sketch, obituary, and a pencil sketch of Father William Corby. Correspondents include James F. Edwards.