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Scope and Contents Records of Notre Dame's Charles and Margaret Hall Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism, including audio-visual material, photographs and digital data.
Scope and Content Sixteen daguerreotypes and ambrotypes (early photographs), most of them portraits.
Scope and Content Research notes generated by work on her master's thesis, "James F. Edwards Pioneer Archivist of Catholic Church History of America" (1958); with correspondence between Sister Tambola and the Notre Dame Archives.
Scope and Content Research files in support of Dana Greene's book The Living of Maisie Ward (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1997); consisting of interviews, correspondence, notes, and photocopies of manuscript documents and published articles.
Scope and Content Letter book with entries dating from 10 August 1833 to 1 April 1836, including letters to John Quincy Adams, President Andrew Jackson, Secretary of State Louis McLane, Secretary of State John Forsyth, Edward Stubbs of the State Department, William Brent, Robert Walsh, Philip Kearny, Senator Peleg Sprague, George Law, William B. Taylor, Felix Cicognani (U.S. Consul at Rome), and John W. Parker (U.S. Consul at Amsterdam).
Scope and Content Catholic books, pamphlets, periodicals, parish histories, post cards, holy cards, and printed ephemera, with a small quantity of manuscript material, artifacts, photographs, audio recordings, videos, and digital data.
Scope and Content Correspondence (1873-1933) with contributors of articles or poetry including Eliza Allen Starr, Charles Warren Stoddard, Maurice Francis Egan, Christian Reid (Frances Tiernan), and many others both in this country and in England; letters from Archbishop Patrick William Riordan, and Bishops Bernard McQuaid, John Lancaster Spalding, and Camillus Paul Maes; a manuscript by Eliza Allen Starr, Woman in Art; part of Bishop Sylvester Rosecrans' autobiographical account of his conversion; photographs,...
Scope and Content Papers from his education at St. Gregory Seminary (1948-1961), the Collegio Propaganda Fide (1953-1961), Xavier University in Cincinnati, and the University of Cincinnati; notebooks, scrapbooks, memorabilia, essays, dissertations, mimeographed circulars and booklets, printed material, correspondence, and diaries (1961, 1966, 1986-2005: closed until 50 years after his death). Also Tax returns (1961-1996), checkbook registers, financial notebooks, and mass intention books.
Scope and Content Personal files of Daniel H. Winicur, regarding teaching, research, recommendations, curricula vitae, Klezmorim, etc., 1960s-1980s.
Scope and Content Originals and photocopies of letters, documents, clippings, writings, and printed material generated by, concerning, or of interest to Dan Gentile. Topics include the Notre Dame Band, Catholic Comics, Notre Dame Class of 1948, Notre Dame Connecticut Club, Notre Dame football games, the last appearance of the Four Horsemen in 1963, the Notre Dame Religious Bulletins published during World War II, radio at ND, the Notre Dame Rugby Club, and World War II. Also included is biographical material...
Scope and Content Class notebooks and other notes and notebooks; material regarding sports lighting; Illuminating Engineering Society files, mainly 1960s, and especially Industrial Lighting Committee; photos of O'Neill's classmates, engineering class of 1926; glass slides from O'Neill's interior lighting business (interiors of sporting arenas); awards; mechanical drawing set and drafting tool from the 1920s.
Identifier: MSN/CW 2002
Scope and Contents This report of the Confederate Brigadier General Daniel Ruggles, dated 22 October 1862, was written one day after the latter had assumed command of District One of the army's Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. Roughly speaking, the district encompassed the eastern half of Mississippi, minus the counties on the Gulf Coast. Before the reorganization of 21 October, Ruggles had been in temporary command of the district encompassing western Mississippi, called the District of the...
Identifier: MSN/CW 8001
Abstract A Civil War manuscript diary kept by David B. Arthur of Grant County, Wisconsin, as 1st sergeant and 2nd lieutenant in Co. I, 20th Wisconsin Infantry. Entries range from October 1862 to June 1863, when the regiment was serving in Missouri and Arkansas.
Scope and Content Files representing David B. Cortright's writings (1988-2010), activities (1992-2017), and teaching career at Goshen College and the University of Notre Dame (1993-2008); concerning peacebuilding, sanctions, nuclear disarmament, war issues, the Fourth Freedom Forum, Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, and related topics.
Scope and Content Negatives and prints of photographs, including aerial photographs, of the 1995-1996 expansion of the stadium, and negatives and prints of aerial photographs of the games in the stadium during the 1996 football season. The donor asks that any publication of these photographs include credit to him as the photographer.
Scope and Content Correspondence, memoranda, newsletters, notes, and material distributed at meetings; with files on Northern Ireland, Ecumenism, Jesuits, Pax Christi, Justice and Peace, Common Liturgical Texts for Christians, and interaction with bishops and other priests; manuscripts and research files for Bowman's book More Than the Troubles: A Common Sense View of the Northern Ireland Conflict (1984); Irish, Irish-American, and other newspapers, magazines, catalogs, brochures,...
Scope and Content Files representing his career as a teacher and his research interests, including philosophy, theology, and Islam. Papers include reports of the University of Notre Dame Task Forces on academic discipline, enrollment, physical facilities, and research and instruction; correspondence, reports, and minutes, University of Notre Dame Committee on University Priorities, 1972-1974; an evaluation of the University of Notre Dame Philosophy department; and photographs.
Scope and Content Class notes, papers and clippings from grade school, Notre Dame High School (Niles, Illinois) 1958-1962, University of Notre Dame, 1962-1968, Moreau Seminary, 1965-1969, Katholicke Theologische Hogeschool, Utrecht, 1969-1971, and the University of Michigan, 1977-1978; drafts of Schlaver's doctoral dissertation (University of Michigan), The Notre Dame Ethos; manuscripts of works of Henry Nouwen; publications of Pax Christi International; clippings of statements by Father Hesburgh; memoranda,...
Scope and Content Note Correspondence with colleagues, students, college administrators, and publishers; grade lists, syllabi, student evaluations, and records from college committees and departmental activities; class notebooks from his Notre Dame courses (he received a B.A. from Notre Dame in 1960); manuscripts of books, articles, papers, and book reviews by O'Brien; and correspondence, minutes, reports, and other meeting material from his tenure on the board of The National Catholic Reporter. Files...
Scope and Content Manuscripts, articles, and letters by and about David Power Conyngham; including a 1914 biographical sketch and a 1988 article about Conyngham; 1932 correspondence between University Archivist Thomas McAvoy, CSC, and various librarians regarding Conyngham and his papers; and a handwritten manuscript and bound transcription of Soldiers of the Cross, Conyngham's history of Union and Confederate Catholic chaplains and sister nurses during the Civil War. All the documents except the...
Identifier: MSN/MN 3013
Scope and Contents Collection consists of a typescript memoir written by folk singer Debbie Green (1940-2017) about a 1965 trip from New York City to Amite County, Mississippi to assist with Civil Rights voter registration efforts. Green describes her travel to Amite with then boyfriend Eric Andersen (1943-), also a folk singer, and Village Voice columnist Jack Newfield (1938-2004). Once they arrive, Green details work with Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) representative...
Dates: 1965 - 1971
Scope and Content Office files representing his teaching, his interest in developing countries in Latin America, and his publications, including offprints or copies of his articles; conference files A-Z; subjects A-Z; book reviews; teaching files; country files (Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America); research files A-Z; and a Goulet biogaphical file.
Scope and Content Photocopy of Clark's diaries, 1948-1989; manuscripts of essays, bibliographies, articles, book reviews, proposals, clippings, and offprints; concerning Irish studies, urban history, labor, public housing, desegregation, and Catholic Action; with a few letters and memoranda, a register of the Clark Papers in the Balch Institute of Ethnic Studies, a television script, and an interview with Clark (1976).
Scope and Contents Records of Notre Dame's Department of Anthropology, including three photographs.
Dates: circa 1980s-2000s
Scope and Content Anniversary booklets, yearbooks, necrologies, directories, ordos, statutes, books, pamphlets, clippings, and other printed material pertaining to dioceses and archdioceses in the United States; providing information on ecclesiastical sees, Catholic institutions, religious education, episcopal appointments, and ordinations; with biographies of priests diocesan histories, parish histories, and diocesan school board reports.
Scope and Content Miscellaneous papers having to do with the Diocese of Albany or with activities within it; with material relating to bishops John McCloskey and John J. Conroy.
Scope and Content A few letters dating 1877-1881 with typewritten abstracts, legal documents, and clippings, having to do with the diocese and Bishop Peter Joseph Baltes; also a twentieth-century handwritten biographical sketch of Bishop Baltes.
Scope and Content Photostats of letters received by Mother M. de Chantal Keating from H. Braun, Bishop Peter J. Hurth, CSC, and Archbishop George Mundelein.
Scope and Content Two letters received by Bishop John Timon, one letter sent by Bishop Stephen Ryan, and photostats of a life of John B. Merz and a sacramental record book.
Scope and Content Letters (originals and photostats) from Simon Gabriel Bruté, later Bishop of Vincennes, to William Gaston, North Carolina jurist, 1814-1839; other letters, including one (photostat) from John England (1834); one (photostat) from William Gaston (1811); and one (original) from Patrick N. Lynch, third bishop of Charleston (1882); and a photostat of a journal, 1820-1823, written by Bishop John England.
- University of Notre Dame Archives 1244
- University of Notre Dame Rare Books & Special Collections 296
- University records 273
- Letters. 143
- Letters (correspondence) 116
- Clippings (information artifacts) 112
- Manuscripts (documents) 67
- Diaries 51
- Correspondence 43
- Photographs 41
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Correspondence 36
- Scrapbooks 30
- Catholic Action 28
- Pamphlets 28
- Ephemera 26
- Postcards 25
- Black-and-white photographs 23
- Letters 21
- Catholic Church -- Bishops -- Correspondence 19
- Sermons. 19
- Electronic records (digital records) 18
- Broadsides (notices) 17 ∧ less
- English 1478
- French 81
- Latin 44
- Spanish; Castilian 38
- German 34
- Italian 26
- Russian 11
- Polish 5
- Portuguese 4
- Undetermined 4
- Irish 3
- 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
- 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
- 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
- Baraga, Frederic, 1797-1868. 6
- Berrigan, Daniel. 6 ∧ less