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An accumulation of 96 single-sheet manuscript file documents issued by or directed to the judiciary of Bristol County in southeastern Massachusetts, mostly during the colonial period.
Typewritten transcription of diary entries concerning Rev. James Burns, CSC, during January and February of the last year of his life, 1940.
Extracts (quotations) of passages concerning the history of the Congregation of Holy Cross taken from manuscript records and printed sources.
Books appearing to be book-keeping workbooks or, less likely, actual accounts, tentatively identified as belonging to Brother Alban; the books, written in shorthand, refer to transactions between persons who could not be identified as Notre Dame students, large shipments to cities of materials that could not be identified, and very large exchanges of money. The ledgers are most likely work-books used for the purpose of short-hand and accounting instruction at the University of Notre Dame.
Black and white and color negatives taken by Brother Charles McBride regarding Notre Dame athletics.
Essays by Brother Franklin Cullen concerning the history of the Congregation of Holy Cross, many of them presented at Conferences on the History of the Congregations of Holy Cross.
Anonymous diary of life at the University of Notre Dame during the fall of 1867.
Mimeographed notes concerning Sufism in Northern India and Bengal, based on A History of Sufi-ism in Bengal by Enamul Haq, and concerning the Bauls of Bangladesh, based on Anwarul Karim's book; and translations by Brother James of a few of Rabindranath Tagore's poems.
Correspondence, 1918-1953; account books, 1913-1928 and 1934-1935; ribbons won at livestock shows, 1913-1937; list of births and deaths in the Donovan family, 1802-1877; autobiographical sketch of brother Leo, 1938; writings and lectures by Brother Leo; and clippings about Brother Leo.
Civil War pension documents of private Mathew Burke (Company I 23rd Regiment of New York National Guard); a contract involving Annie J. Cunningham (1893) and an undertaker's bill for the funeral of Mary C. Cunningham (1906); and jubilee cards for Sister Mary Dominic (1913). These persons are likely forebears of Joseph P. Burke, Notre Dame class of 1925.
A collection consisting primarily of 29 Civil War manuscript letters written by Union private Charles C. Caley, during his service in Co. F, 105th Ohio Infantry.
An 1850 overland diary recording an emigrant's passage from Dubuque, Iowa to the Salt Lake Cutoff.
Records of Notre Dame's Office of Campus Ministry, including photographs and many audio and video recordings.
These scrapbooks contain photographs of campus buildings, particularly dormitories and other campus landmarks. They also contain an aerial view of campus, ROTC cadet formation, Rev. John Francis O'Hara, and Rev. Hugh O'Donnell.
A collection of papers relating to the donation of the personal library of Captain Francis O'Neill to the University of Notre Dame, including correspondence with the university and an inventory of O'Neill's library.
An early tourist's photo album of a voyage around the Caribbean, including images of Cuba, Jamaica, and Saint Thomas. Includes twenty-three original albumen photographs, with twelve flower and plant samples found on the voyage mounted on the album leaves.
Musical compositions by Carl Hager, including works for string quartet, orchestra, three male voices, solo voice and guitar, solo voice and string quartet, organ, piano, and classical guitar.