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Scope and Content Correspondence (1946-1969); files on CFM chaplains; correspondence, agenda, and minutes of the national coordinating committee (1949-1969); correspondence, minutes, and research material associated with the publication of the CFM monthly magazine Act, and copies of the magazine itself (1946-1971); newsletters of local CFM federations; programs, reports, financial records, evaluation forms and speeches, including speeches of Monsignor Reynold Hillenbrand, from CFM national conventions; a series...
Scope and Content Correspondence (1949-1988) between Henry C. Wurzer and others, much of it having to do with the beginnings of the Morris Inn, with correspondents including Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, Edmund P. Joyce, CSC, John J. Cavanaugh, CSC, John J. Burke, CSC, and E.M. Morris; a Morris Inn file; a copy of "Notre Dame Inn: comments on Survey of Horwath & Horwath" (January 1950), architectural drawings, clippings, ephemera, and photographs.
Scope and Content Correspondence with Elizabeth Brownson, Etienne Gilson, Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, Ann Harrigan Makletzoff, Jacques Maritain, Eugene McCarthy, John F. O'Hara, CSC, Josef Pieper, Paul Simon, and Yves Simon; manuscripts of several books including The Catholic Quaker Boy, Concerning Mary Ann, Irish Portraits and Other Poems, Working Together for Freedom, Ourselves, Inc., Holding up the Hills, and his autobiography; notebooks kept during the writing of several books on the history of cooperatives;...
Scope and Content Correspondence, photographs, slides, negatives, films, postcards, holy cards, financial records, articles, pamphlets, record albums, and lectures and editorials by Maurice Lavanoux. Correspondents include Jacques Maritain, Archbishop Robert Lucey, Monsignor Reynold Hillenbrand, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Bishop Edwin V. O'Hara, Marc Chagall, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ivan Mestrovic, Siegfried Guggenheim, Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, Francis W. Kervick, Monsignor John Tracy Ellis, Harvey Cox...
Scope and Content Correspondence with leaders in the liturgical movement including Donald Attwater, Godfrey Diekmann, Martin Hellriegel, Reynold Hillenbrand, Charles G. O'Connor, H.A. Reinhold, and many others, with members of the Congregation of Holy Cross including Theodore M. Hesburgh, and with bishops, nuns and Catholic lay men and women; manuscripts concerning liturgy by Jean Danielou, Ernst Grieshaer, Jean Guy, Johannes Hofinger, Josef Jungmann, John B. O'Connell, Damasus Winzen, Christine Mohrmann, and...
Scope and Content Audio cassettes containing interviews conducted by Michael O'Brien as part of the research for his 1998 biography of Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC.
Scope and Content Photographs from Notre Dame's property in Land O'Lakes, Wisconsin: six color prints representing a meeting of American bishops there; with images of Fr. Theodore M. Hesburgh, Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, Fr. Phil Murnion, Msgr. Jack Egan, Bishop James Malone of Youngstown, Ohio, and Adeline Steinhe, wife of the caretaker, with staff gathered in the kitchen.
Dates: ca. 1971-1972.
Scope and Content Records of Notre Dame's Audio-Visual Resource Center, including recordings of prayer meetings and talks by leaders of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, including Susan B. Anthony, J. Byrne, Jack Brombach, James Cavnar, Stephen Clark, Fr. Harold Cohen, Fr. James Connelly, Paul DeCelles, Sr. Amata Fabbro, Fr. James Ferry, Doug Gavrilides, Fr. David Gereats, Bert Ghezzi, Kerry and Barb Koller, Leon and Ginny Kortenkamp, Fr. George Kosicki, Ralph Martin, Fr. Francis MacNutt, Brian Moore, Robert...
Scope and Content Records of Notre Dame Magazine, including a large collection of photographs and a small collection of audio-visual material. The Notre Dame Magazine photographic collection consists 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. The numbering system is that used by the Notre Dame Magazine office. In...
Scope and Content Records of Theodore M. Hesburgh's work as President Emeritus of Notre Dame, including photographs and audio-visual material.
Scope and Content 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.
Scope and Content Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, agenda, dockets, minutes, handbooks, proposals, plans, reports, financial papers, lists, circulars, newsletters, bulletins, press releases, offprints, contracts, bylaws, and material distributed at meetings of boards of directors, committees, and commissions on which Hesburgh served; including the United States Commission on Civil Rights (1958-1973), National Science Board (1954-1966), Rockefeller Foundation (1962-1982), International Atomic Energy Agency...
- Names: Hesburgh, Theodore Martin, 1917- X
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