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The personal scrapbook of Angelina Vértiz de Barthez. Included are numerous comments from admirers, autographs, and newspaper clippings, as well as some enclosures. Materials date from her first exhibition in 1946 to 1976. Included are exhibition announcements from 1949, 1951, 1953, 1955, 1956, and 1976.
Correspondence (1938-1964) with AEC officials, colleagues, and students; grant applications, contracts, reports and other material relating to his experimentation in radiation biology and neuro-physiology for the AEC (1951-1964); personal documents; a scrapbook; and photographs.
Notebooks; scrapbook and clippings about Wenninger; pamphlets, articles, lectures, and sermons (many by Wenninger); a copy of his M.A. thesis "A Biological Study of Miranda Aurantia," 1917; grade books, 1916-1940; a card catalog, prepared by Wenninger, of books on biology and evolution; articles on science in the Notre Dame Scholastic, 1875-1887; maps of South Bend and Mishawaka, Indiana; and photographs.
The collection consists of manuscripts, letters, articles by Chesterton, as well as articles about him, photographs, and drawings. In addition to the material described in this finding aid, the collection also includes over 2,000 books and periodicals that have been cataloged separately.
A four-volume illustrated memoir, in scrapbook form, of the World War I military service of Humphrey M. Barbour, an artillery officer in the American Army's 42nd (Rainbow) Division. In addition to a 220-page typescript memoir the volumes contain close to 1000 photographic prints, postcards, published halftones, maps, manuscript military records, and drawings relating to Barbour's service, 1917 to 1919.
Correspondence, 1910s-1930s, including a thank-you note from Theodore Roosevelt, 29 July 1918; scrapbooks of DeVille, 1910s-1930s; and printed material including The Good Samaritan, (April 1924), a monthly publication of the Judge Gary - Bishop Alerding Settlement House, and DeVille's Back from Belgium: A Secret History of Three Years within the German Lines (1919).
Scrapbook concerning American Catholicism containing many articles from Boston-area newspapers.
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.
Scrapbooks, books, a photograph, and memorabilia dating from the 1930s; a few letters, essays, and other material from the 1950s.
Scrapbook prepared by Papas for presentation to the Joseph Kennedy family on the 23rd anniversary of the death of Joseph Kennedy, Jr. Papas was in the same WWII squadron as Joseph Kennedy Jr. and was also his roommate, 1943- 1944. Scrapbook includes pictures of Papas with Kennedy and correspondence with Joseph Kennedy, Sr., Rose Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Edward Kennedy, 1967-1969.
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, 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.
Reilly's Notre Dame file, consisting of photographs of Notre Dame: buildings, personalities, and events; and letters, 1950-1957, mainly transmitting the photographs; with a few letters between Notre Dame and his son, Peter C. Reilly, Jr. Also a typewritten biographical sketch and copy of the sermon delivered by James E. Norton at the funeral of Peter C. Reilly; a photograph of Reilly; copies of Reilly's obituaries; and clippings about Reilly.
A large disbound scrapbook of sports-related clippings, mostly pictorial, from The National Police Gazette, The Illustrated Police News, and The New York Illustrated News. Much of the material consists of engraved portraits of boxers of the 1880s and 1890s.
Two-volume scrapbook containing original drawings and text for In Ruhleben Camp (1915) and The Ruhleben Camp Magazine (1916-1917) compiled possibly for postwar publication. The satirical drawings and writings deal with life of British civilians interned in a German prisoner camp in Ruhleben, Germany. Two bound volumes of the published camp magazine accompany the scrapbook.
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.
Two scrapbooks compiled by Darby containing clippings and a few letters concerning the Labor School in New Rochelle.
Three oversized and densely illustrated journals compiled by a Philadelphia bookkeeper named Walter South, recording twenty bicycle trips or vacations around the American Northeast undertaken over a period of ten years, 1894 to 1904.