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The greater part of this collection consists of business and some personal correspondence of the American mercantile trader William S. Wetmore (1801-1862). Many of the 360-odd manuscript letters date from the 1820s, when Wetmore was establishing himself in trade on the west coast of South America
Three diaries with daily entries for 1854, 1855, and 1859 kept by William Shepherd, a textile factory worker from Blackstone, Worcester County, Massachusetts. A fourth volume in the group is a sort of mourning notebook kept by Shepherd in the 1850s.
Typescripts of the seven addresses Bishop Sheridan delivered at the Diocesan Priests' Retreat, Pre-Advent, 1970.
Copies of the source material for Helen F. Smither's The William Tell Johnson Papers and a few other related letters; including letters and other documents by and about Johnson; official correspondence between his father, Waldo P. Johnson, and the Confederate War Department concerning the recruitment of Missouri troops in 1862-1863; and documents about the settlement of his estate.
Correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, diaries, legal and financial papers, drafts and copies of articles, speeches and military orders, and explanatory notes; originals, photostats, microfilm, typewritten copies and handwritten copies; also books from the Sherman family library and photographs, including many by George Barnard taken during the Civil War.
Available on microfilm from the Archives of the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556.
Microfilm of William Tecumseh Sherman Papers from repositories other than the Archives of the University of Notre Dame; including Sherman's letters addressed to Major Henry Turner, 1854-1881, and to Maria Ewing Serman, 1851-1891; letters of Ellen Ewing Sherman Letters to Maria Ewing Sherman, 1862-1874; newspaper clippings, 1863-1948, bulk 1892; and William Tecumseh Sherman's Memoirs.
William Tecumseh Sherman Papers from the Library of Congress.
Books, pamphlets, leaflets, periodicals, cassettes, manuscripts of homilies, notes, and other manuscript material having to do with Hamilton's work as a permanent deacon, his training for the deaconate, prison reform and visitation, and his career at WNDU; personal files consisting chiefly of correspondence (1960-1965 and 1969-1981) relating to WNDU, with scrapbook material from 1955 on, alcoholism material from 1983, and an Irish Football Network booklet from 1954 (pre-WNDU).
A group of 28 deeds of sale recording land purchases made by Ephraim Williams (1691-1761) and his son, Captain Elias Williams (1718-1798), of Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. The transactions involved many different individuals, though 24 of the 28 parcels thus acquired were located in Wethersfield. The nine earliest deeds (1726-1758) cite Ephraim Williams as purchaser; all thereafter cite Elias Williams.
Drafts of books, articles, lectures, speeches (1920-1975); notes for lectures and projects (1918-1975); correspondence (1938-1975); and printed material (1932-1960).
Records of Notre Dame's WNDU television and radio stations, including films, videos, photographs, and digital data.
A collection of women's college basketball team media guides from more than 200 individual colleges and universities. Most date from the 1990s and early 2000s.
Records of Notre Dame's women's soccer team, including many videos of women's soccer games and related programs circa 1991-2002; also a few related photographs.
Documentation of Pope John Paul II's visit to Denver for World Youth Day in 1993, with records of the Ad Hoc Committee for the event, catechetical material, media guide, circulars, and related ephemera. Also issues of the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News with reports of World Youth Day and the Pope's 1993 visit.
Letters from bishops, authors, and publishers of Catholic literature to Bishop John Lancaster Spalding, the president of the exhibit, and Brother Maurelian, the secretary and manager of the exhibit, primarily concerning the display of Catholic books and publications at the Exposition; a printed letter from Bishop Spalding reporting on the success of the exhibit; and a register of visitors to the Exhibit.
Photographs from the Catholic Educational Exhibit at the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893; with images of the exhibit space and of exhibits from Roman Catholic dioceses, religious orders, and educational institutions.
A collection of publications (magazines, and books), authored by, or about Wu Jingxiong, Wu's personal notes, and materials related to his funeral.
One game for two to four players copyrighted and published by J. H. Singer, New York. Players spin to advance yacht-shaped pieces across an illustrated board designed to represent the navigation of a vessel through a cove and around an island. The first player completing a lap and returning to the start/finish flag wins.
Correspondence with Robert Speaight, 1941-1944, and others concerning Simon's work; manuscripts by Simon; newspaper and journal articles concerning Simon; reviews of his publications; and certificates and awards given Simon. Also microfilm of correspondence with editors, Supreme Court Justices, and John F. O'Hara, CSC, then President of Notre Dame; of clippings from Marquette University and Milwaukee newspapers; and of his journal, 1945-1949.