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Identifier: MSN/EA 1004-01-B
Abstract A manuscript orderly book of 1st Lt. Thomas J. Baird of the United States Army, kept during 1818-1822 while commanding detachments of artillery at stations in New York, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, and Virginia.
Identifier: MSN/CW 8002
Abstract A Civil War manuscript diary of Confederate States trooper Thomas J. Barb, written as a member of the 1st (Dobbin's) Arkansas Cavalry Regiment. Entries extend from 18 June to 11 September 1863 and include accounts of several key engagements in Arkansas, including the attack on Helena and the defense of Little Rock.
Scope and Content Records documenting Thomas Bice-Allen's service on the writing committee for the first book of guidelines for the formation of permanent deacons in the United States (early 1970s), his participation in the first WOC conferences in 1975 and 1978, and his membership in Corpus and the Corpus Board of Directors; also VHS video tapes of segments of 60 Minutes, The Phil Donahue Show, and Geraldo, featuring married priests and their spouses, along with DVD copies of the tapes.
Scope and Content Sermons and speeches collected or delivered by Brennan, 1906-1964; writings on philosophy collected by Brennan; correspondence, 1952-1971; photographs; and the program from the world premiere, held in South Bend, of the film "Knute Rockne: All American."
Scope and Content Two scrapbooks compiled by Darby containing clippings and a few letters concerning the Labor School in New Rochelle.
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, minutes, talks, and photographs; papers generated by his work as a member of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops and the United States Catholic Conference and through his involvement in many social action groups, including Pax Christi USA and Bread for the World; with material on the Michigan Catholic Conference, the war in Vietnam, the Detroit Archdiocesan Synod of 1969, and the United States Bishops' Pastoral Letter on War and Peace, The Challenge of Peace: God's...
Scope and Content Letters (1870-1889) to Jenkins from Benedict Webb, editor of the Catholic Advocate; John Ireland, Bishop (later Archbishop) of St. Paul; Eliza Allen Starr, author; and John Lancaster Spalding, Bishop of Peoria; also letters (1895-1896) from Jenkins to his sister (?), Hetty, and manuscript drafts of travelogue sketches and notes on Kentucky history.
Scope and Content 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.
Dates: ca. 1920-1940 (bulk 1929-1940).
Scope and Content A copy of the Donor's Curriculum Vitae 1963-2011 and bound volumes of his research papers: Turbulent Flow and Transition 1963-1964, Vacuum and Fluid Amplifier 1963-1964, Base Flow Nozzles 1 1965-1969, Base Flow Nozzles 2 1969-1976, Base Pressure 1966-1970, Numerical Fluid Dynamics I 1968-1973, Flow Visualization 1969-1995, Physiological Fluid Mechanics 1972-1981, Low Reynolds Number Airfoil Aerodynamics 1980-1993, and Aeroacoustic Research 1990-2006. Also a CD containing Proceedings of the 11th...
Scope and Content Photographs collected for research of his book The University of Notre Dame: A Portrait of Its History and Campus (University of Notre Dame Press: Notre Dame and London, 1975).
Dates: ca. 1855-1975.
Identifier: MSN/CW 8018
Abstract A personal diary maintained by Confederate veteran Thomas Kemp Cartmell, mostly during the late war years and Reconstruction, 1864-1866. The entries were written at the Cartmell family estate, "Retirement," in Frederick County, Virginia.
Dates: 1864-1872; Majority of material found in 1864-1866
Scope and Content Correspondence, course-teacher evaluations, articles, press releases, reports from the dean of the law school, and book reviews by Shaffer, 1963-1980.
Scope and Content Photocopies of juvenilia, 1931-1941, consisting of editorials, columns, reviews, articles, and poems that Merton wrote before he entered the Abbey of Gethsemani in 1941 and published in the Oakhamian, the Granta, the Columbia Jester, the Columbia Spectator, the Columbia Review, the New York Times Book Review, the New York Herald Tribune Book Review, the Catholic World, and the Catholic Poetry Society of America Bulletin; and copies of some of the books he wrote after he became a monk.
Scope and Content Biographical and personal material; teaching notes; reference files; speeches, writings, and meetings files; and an extensive series of files representing his activity in organizations outside Notre Dame.
Scope and Content Correspondence, appointment calendars, course material, My Notre Dame book manuscripts; collected printed material; a cassette audio tape from his Notre Dame Class Reunion; Posters, framed photographs, and a plaque.
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1936-1969; writings such as manuscripts of his publications, lectures, research notes, and manuscripts of other scholars' works collected by McAvoy; correspondence and copies of historical documents collected by McAvoy during a research trip to Europe, 1960-1961; and personal records such as tax returns, calendars, notes, address books, obituaries, clippings and letters of condolence concerning McAvoy's death, 1930-1969. The ...
Identifier: MSN/MN 0510
Abstract A collection including more than 2,500 pieces of correspondence to and from Thomas W. Cridler, mostly relating to his role as European Commissioner for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (the St. Louis World's Fair) held in St. Louis, Missouri in 1904. Some of Cridler's correspondence is with fair administrators and U.S. diplomatic figures; some is with representatives of European nations targeted for inclusion. Also in the collection are smaller accumulations of other types of fair-related...
Dates: 1898-1911; Majority of material found in 1901-1904
Scope and Content Personal papers of Rev. Thomas Phelan, including papers documenting his involvement in the Catholic Art Association; documenting activities of the officers and committees of CAA and including its quarterly publication, Catholic Art Quarterly (later called Good Work); containing extensive correspondence with Graham Carey and some correspondence with Tom Barry, Ade Bethune, Richard Bonvillain, Edward (Ned) Catish, Delbert Lederle, Dunstan Pruden, Edgar Holloway, Nancy Carey, George Easter, Sister...
Scope and Content Records of Congressman Tim Roemer's district and congressional offices, 1990-2002. From the district office in South Bend, Indiana: closed case files, 1991-2002; files regarding requests, scheduling, protocol, special projects, grants, and service academies applicants; intern files; and files generated by individual staff members. From the congressional office in Washington, D.C., files belonging to members of Roemer's staff, including Maggie McDow, Mark Brown, Rusty Silverstein, Matt, Pete,...
Scope and Content Papers of Timothy Unsworth, consisting of nine linear feet of manuscript material, chiefly drafts and copies of his writings with related correspondence, but also including his master's thesis and diploma; also five linear inches of high-school yearbooks and seven linear inches of video tapes of his television appearances.
Scope and Content Four lesson books containing O'Sullivan's writings; a small quantity of correspondence; notes; and a large collection (5 linear inches) of clippings compromising to Protestants.
Scope and Content Tintypes (early photographs).
Identifier: MSE/IR 1082
Abstract A collection of papers of Tom O'Flaherty including manuscript and typescript fiction and autobiography, and letters, all apparently written from 1933 to 1935.
Dates: 1932 - 1935
Identifier: MSE/IR 1401
Abstract Correspondence, notes and theses from the collection of Tomás de Bhaldraithe, Irish scholar and lexicographer.
Dates: 1916 - 1990
Identifier: EPH 5057
Scope and Contents One board game for any even number of players designed to simulate football game play. The board is printed in green yellow, red, and black, and marked to resemble a football field. Players spin a dial marked with numbers from 1-12. Tables on the game board indicate gains or losses correlating with each spin result. A two-sided football game piece (lost from this set) is used to track movement up and down the field. The game was played in four quarters and with points (for touchdowns, place...
Identifier: EPH 5039
Scope and Contents This collection consists of publications and printings created by The Closet Press at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. The Trinity Closet Press was a hand press run by members of the Library's Department of Early Printed Books. It was founded in 1973 by Mary M. Pollard as a teaching tool to give students and staff first-hand experience of book production methods in the hand-press period. The Press was housed in the basement of the Printing House at Trinity College and ceased operations in...
Dates: 1973-1987, 1991-1995
Scope and Content Correspondence, minutes, reports, and legal and financial records relating to the community's property. Principal correspondents include True House leaders Robert Colson and Jim Byrne. Also 85 tape recordings of lectures on the charismatic renewal.
Identifier: MSN/COL 9300
Abstract Three volumes of business records, mostly in day book form, of the Great Barrington, Massachusetts general merchant Truman Wheeler. The records range in date from 1764 to 1813, with an emphasis on the years prior to the Revolution.
Identifier: EPH 5058
Scope and Contents One incomplete set of games originally issued as the ‘Twentieth Century Fun Box,’ along with unrelated game pieces and magic trick props. Games present and issued with the original ‘Fun Box’ set are: ‘Putting on the Lid’ (1 game board, 17 discs), ‘Amrest’ (1 game board), and ‘Naval Battle’ (1 game board). The ‘Fun Box’ was originally manufactured by Geo. B. Doan & Co., Chicago, and copyrighted in 1905. The ‘Twentieth Century Fun Box’ is incomplete per description on box lid....
- University of Notre Dame Archives 1245
- University of Notre Dame Rare Books & Special Collections 325
- University records 273
- Letters. 143
- Letters (correspondence) 126
- Clippings (information artifacts) 116
- Manuscripts (documents) 73
- Diaries 51
- Correspondence 45
- Photographs 43
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Correspondence 36
- Scrapbooks 30
- Catholic Action 28
- Pamphlets 28
- Postcards 28
- Black-and-white photographs 26
- Ephemera (general object genre) 26
- Letters 21
- Catholic Church -- Bishops -- Correspondence 19
- Sermons. 19
- Broadsides (notices) 18
- Electronic records (digital records) 18 ∧ less
- English 1504
- French 81
- Latin 44
- Spanish; Castilian 39
- German 35
- Italian 27
- Russian 12
- Polish 5
- Undetermined 5
- Irish 4
- Portuguese 4
- Chinese 2
- Dutch; Flemish 2
- Greek, Modern (1453-) 2
- Hungarian 2
- Ojibwa 2
- Slovenian 2
- Bengali 1
- Breton 1
- Catalan; Valencian 1 ∧ less
- University of Notre Dame. 213
- University of Notre Dame 40
- University of Notre Dame. Archives. 22
- Sorin, Edward. 14
- Hesburgh, Theodore Martin, 1917- 13
- Rockne, Knute, 1888-1931 13
- Clark, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1936-1979. 12
- Badin, Stephen T. (Stephen Theodore), 1768-1853. 9
- Flaget, Benedict Joseph, 1763-1850. 9
- Gibbons, James, 1834-1921. 9
- Maritain, Jacques, 1882-1973. 9
- Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Football team) 9
- O'Hara, John F. (John Francis), 1888-1960. 9
- Bruté, Simon, 1779-1839. 8
- Cavanaugh, John W. (John William), 1870-1935. 8
- Congregation of Holy Cross. 8
- Corby, William, 1833-1897. 8
- Kenrick, Francis Patrick, 1797-1863. 8
- Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. 7
- Ireland, John, 1838-1918. 7 ∧ less