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Military papers, 1862-1865; passport and letters of reference, 1898; and proceedings of the fourth (Boston, 1871) and fifth (Cleveland, 1872) annual reunions of the Society of the Sixth Army Corps, Army of the Potomac (printed in New York, 1973).
Booklets containing radio sermons and lectures.
Research files of Charles Craypo, most of them having to do with his interest in the working poor, with files representing his local research and one box on his research into the telegraph industry; with information on Trade and Jobs, Economic History, Heilbroner, Income Distribution, Income Inequality, and Socio-Economic Clases. Also a few files related to his teaching, confidential folders with information on students, and two index card files.
Mimeographed pamphlet, poster, press statement; spirit duplicator handouts; and clippings having to do with the boycott in support of Fr. Charles Curran at the Catholic University of America in 1967.
Correspondence, 1940s-1970s; sermons, meditations, lectures, articles, and book reviews by Sheedy; teaching records such as grade books, 1943-1952, and class syllabi, 1960s-1970s; printed matter including the Chaplain's Digest, 1943-1946, edited by Sheedy; personal papers including passports, his father's obituary (1942), and finaincial records from the disposition of his father's estate; and photographs.
Correspondence; programs; minutes from the American Association of Teachers of French, Indiana Chapter, 1950- 1968, and the Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association, 1950s-1960s; and a program for the Catholic Association of Foreign Language Teachers, 1967.
Correspondence, 1910s-1974; briefs submitted by Fahy as Solictor General, 1941-1945; cases handled by Fahy as counsel for NLRB, 1935-1940; articles and book reviews by Fahy, 1930s-1970s; clippings of Fahy, 1910s-1970s; and printed material collected by Fahy.
Xerox copies of letters received from Benedict Joseph Flaget, Martin John Spalding, Isaac Thomas Hecker, Victor Gay, and Elias Lyman Magoon.
Personal letters to his mother, 1821-1837, and to his sister, Lady Throckmorton, 1831 and 1837.
Correspondence with Joyce Kilmer, John Ayscough, Wilfrid Meynell, Thomas Walsh, John O'Hara, CSC, Charles Phillips, Joseph J. Boyle, CSC, and others, 1889-1940; manuscripts of O'Donnell's doctoral dissertation, The Prose of Francis Thompson; student Mass books, 1909-1916; class record books; class lecture notes; unpublished poems and a notebook of poetry; lectures and sermons; clippings on the death of Joyce Kilmer; and pamphlets.
Chiefly photographs of scenes and individuals associated with the University of Notre Dame or with the Congregation of Holy Cross.
About forty-eight Department of Art Industrial Design student drawings of automobiles together with a spiral bound booklet containing an inventory and photographs of the drawings. Digital copy of an appraisal of the donation was received and filed with digital packing lists on 14 April 2014.
Diaries, 1884-1885; correspondence, 1870-1908, including a letter concerning religion from Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain), 1 June 1885; manuscripts of Stoddard's work such as For the Pleasure of His Company, "St. Anthony, Wonder Worker of Padua," and "School Days at Notre Dame, 1885-1886"; and articles about Stoddard. Correspondents include Theodore F. Dwight, Daniel Hudson, CSC, William H. Rideing, and Richard Henry Savage.
Diaries also available on 3 reels of microfilm.
Charlotte Ames' correspondence with Carmelite sisters in Wisconsin and Nevada, including some involving Jessica Powers; also printed ephemera collected at Catholic Library Association conferences and other conferences; printed ephemera from the University of Notre Dame; and a few email messages printed out on paper.
Minutes, memoranda, newsletters, clippings, and a scrapbook.
Correspondence, minutes, reports, newsletters (1962-1968), notes taken by Bill and Mary Connolly, leaders of the chapter, and subject files on such topics as school integration, E. Michael McCann's 1968 Milwaukee County district attorney campaign, George McGovern's 1972 presidential campaign, the John XXIII Community (1967), and the St. Martin de Porres Group (1963-1967).
Seven sets of architectural plans, drawings, and specifications from Notre Dame buildings constructed by the H.G. Christman Company. Buildings include music hall and boiler house (as one set), Stadium, Hesburgh Library (2 sets), Lemonnier Library (now School of Architecture), Chemistry Building (now Riley Hall), and the Computing Center. The set that includes the music hall and boiler house includes handwritten notes by Brother Charles (Harding?) with his signature.
5 personal letters written between August 1861 and February 1862 by Confederate army lieutenant Christopher C. McKinney, as regimental adjutant, 8th Tennessee infantry.
Chiefly letters to John J. Mulloy with a few typewritten or photocopied manuscripts of essays and lectures by Dawson and a summary of Mulloy's conversations with Dawson in August and September of 1953.
A manuscript personal letter written from the defenses of Richmond on 1 December 1864 by Confederate soldier Cicero R. Barker, 8th North Carolina Infantry.