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Minutes, 1897-1915; correspondence, 1897-1931; clippings, 1897-1915; and a medal and certificate from a GAR reunion held in 1900; with material on Peter Paul Cooney, William Corby, and James A. McLain.
Family correspondence and other manuscript materials of the influential Green family of Worcester, Massachusetts, and New York. Of the 200-odd letters in the collection, the greater number were written by and to the ten children of Dr. John Green and Mary Ruggles in the 1790s, 1800s, and 1810s.
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.
Filmstrips with associated audio cassette tapes and scripts, including "Every Heart Beats True," concerning conscientious objection and Catholic teaching on military service (1980), "Weapons in Space" (1984), "Whose Budget Is It Anyway?", and "Hostage at Hell's Bottom: the Economy and the Pentagon"; VHS video tapes, including "A Step Away from War" (1986) and "Citizen Ambassador Program" (1993); and many slides concerning peace and militarism.
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.
A manuscript diary maintained by Confederate States Pvt. H. H. Wiseman, Co. B, 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery, recounting Wiseman's experiences in Union prison camps at Governors Island and Elmira, New York in 1864-1865.
77 Civil War letters of Harrison E. Randall of Fulton County, Ohio, written from the field as a member of Co. H, 100th Ohio Infantry. Most were written from Kentucky (September 1862 to August 1863), Georgia, during the Atlanta campaign (June to August 1864), Alabama and Tennessee, including letters from the Nashville campaign (October 1864 to January 1865) and North Carolina (March and April 1865).
Offprints of articles on genetics or other biological topics; files supporting teaching and research; many certificates and awards; floppy disks and CD-R disks containing data representing the works of Prof. Bender; photographs, many of them used in teaching; and Objects related to his teaching, research interests, and personal life.
A group of 33 letters recording the personal affairs of a Depression-era African-American family. The letters are directed to Mrs. Hattie Aiken Robinson of Texarkana, Arkansas, by family members in Arkansas, St. Louis, and Chicago.
Collection of printed telegrams and manuscript revisions of the French Havas news agency. Telegrams focus on Spanish citizens and refugees during the Spanish Civil War in Spain, Mexico, and South America.
Notre Dame photographs taken by Heather Gollatz Dukeman starting circa 1998.
Correspondence, 1912-1913 and 1922-1938; drafts of publications, articles and notes used in his publications; reviews of his writings; his subject files on such topics as evolution, the Bible, and New Testament social teachings; and printed matter such as Hand der Neutestamentlichen Textkritik (1923).
In English, Greek, and German.
Correspondence, 1952-1957; notes taken by Homan, 1955; and manuscripts of her book Men in Religion, 1956.
Papers include a book-length manuscript, The Sons of Partridge; notes, maps and bibliographical material used by Cope in her research; and correspondence concerning her work, 1958-1979.
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.
A group of 50 personal letters written during the Civil War by Union private Henry H. Maley, Co. K, 84th Illinois Infantry. Most of the letters date from 1864-65, when the regiment was attached to IV Corps, in the Army of the Cumberland.
Correspondence, notebooks, class record books, passport and immunization record.
O'Connor, an Undersecretary of State during James G. Blaine's tenure as Secretary of State in 1882, writes in defense of Blaine's handling of the office and advances Blaine as an ideal 1888 Republican presidential nominee.
Account books of a St. Louis newspaper publishing company showing monthly financial accounts with occasional months not included.