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Black and white and color negatives taken by Brother Charles McBride regarding Notre Dame athletics.
Letters and cards from William A. Moloney, CSC, to Edyth Spalding; a copy of St. Patrick's Church Bulletin, 19 uly 1931, announcing that Fr. Moloney will leave the parish; printed material concerning the death of Fr. Moloney; and printed ephemera concerning the Bengal missions of the Congregation of Holy Cross.
Film and Audio Segments of the Documentary "Knute Rockne and His Fighting Irish" by Florentine Films (1992).
Notre Dame athletic memorabilia, nearly all concerning football, including scrapbook material, letters, playbooks, tickets, a scouting report, films, a record album, photographs, a plaque, and football programs.
Mostly clippings and scrapbooks concerning Peter A. Gushurst, pioneer businessman in Lead, South Dakota, his wife Josphine Gushurst, and their son Fred Gushurst, football star at the University of Notre Dame, 1912-1914, and businessman in Denver, Colorado.
Correspondence, 1943-1957; funeral sermons for John Cushing, F.T. Wenninger, and John J. O'Brien; itineraries; college football clippings; and University of Notre Dame religious bulletins, 1933-1952.
The collection consists of one and a half boxes of black and white negatives. The majority were taken for the student publications Scholastic magazine and the Dome yearbook. The photograph archivists made identifications in the finding aids where the photos were found to be published.
Digital images from the Dance Company of Notre Dame, 2006-2009; and Notre Dame football game scenes, 2009-2012, representing games against Southern Califormia, Boston College, Navy, the University of Connecticut, Purdue, Michigan, Miami, Stanford, Brigham Young, and Pittsburgh. Also related audio-visual material.
These photographs (negatives, contact sheets, and slides) cover Notre Dame campus and student life, 1970-1974. They include sporting events, lectures, concerts, cenic views of campus, students, professors, administrators, Vietnam war protests, various campus events, some student trips, and scenes of downtown South Bend. Photographs taken after 1974 focus more exclusively on Notre Dame sports, especially basketball.
Papers (1911-1974) including correspondence, telegrams, cards, letters of recommendation, ticket stubs, professional sports contracts, poems, and other documents; printed material (1914-1937) including his high school yearbooks, a college magazine, the Shreveport Social Directory, and news clippings; and photographs (1905-1958) including portraits of Bahan and of his sports teams, his classmates, and his family.
Photocopy of a manuscript of a chapter from The Fighting Spirit : a Championship Season at Notre Dame by Lou Holtz with John Heisler. (New York: Pocket Books, c1989) concerning the football team's visit to the Reagan White House 18 January 1989.
This scrapbook contains studio portraits of students, faculty, and athletic teams (varsity and interhall).
This is a collection of photographs taken by Richard (Dick) Stevens consisting of black and white negatives, contact sheets, and prints. The images depict University events, student life, campus buildings, academics, sporting events, alumni events, faculty, staff, and other institutional departments. It also includes some personal photographs of the Stevens' family.
Photocopies of Rockne's "Football Notes" for his coaches (ca. 1923) and other photocopies of sports-related printed ephemera; program from the 1917 Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin game; a red "St. Mary's Bench" armband; a pamphlet by Frank Leahy regarding the T-formation; a letter from Elmer Layden and photocopies of letters from Knute Rockne and Elmer Layden.
Personal letters that Guilka, a teenage Notre Dame fan from Ashville, North Carolina, received from most of the members of the 1945-1946 Notre Dame football team in response to a letter of sympathy from her; also a scrapbook and memorabilia concerning Notre Dame football during the same years.
Correspondence and manuscripts (CTLB, including agreements, contracts, drafts of a book and various articles, and other documents); printed material (PTLB, including football programs, newspaper clippings, and ephemera); photographs (GTLB); and a few objects (OTLB). Includes correspondence with Knute Rockne (1929-1931) and several Notre Dame related photos from 1921 and earlier.
Records of Notre Dame's University Photographer, including black-and-white and color negatives and prints, and video and audio recordings; with images of Notre Dame trustees, advisory council members, administrators, and faculty, scenes from university life representing academic, religious, and recreational aspects, and videos representing campus activities.