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Three manuscript journals and albums kept by female members of the Corkins family of Vermont and Massachusetts. Included is a personal journal of Sarah Corkins Towslee (1833-1898), describing her years as an operative in the mills of the Connecticut River Valley.
Two notebooks containing essays, instructions, and other writings on religion and theology that Delahunty evidently wrote after arriving at Notre Dame; and a legal statement by James A. Burns, CSC, concerning Delahunty's character and his benefaction to Holy Cross College, Washington, D.C.
Several of his religious publications; a copy of "The Hagerty Family History," 1972; and manuscripts of two essays by Hagerty, "The Problem of Evil" and "A Course of Apologetics".
Correspondence, Board meeting files, research files, conference files, subject files, Vatican II Council Daybooks, surveys, reports, press releases, Corpus directories, circulars, bulletins, newsletters, Priestly Ministry USA, and other printed material.
A manuscript logbook documenting voyages of the American whalers Corvo and Enterprise, from 6 October 1840 to 17 May 1841.
This collection consists of college football Cotton Bowl programs. The programs typically contain pictures, articles, and statistics about the players on the teams playing in the Cotton Bowl. Most programs also include pictures and information about coaches, other team personnel, and Cotton Bowl administrators, data and statistics about the participating schools, and advertisements. The programs tend to become longer and more substantial through the years. Formats include programs.
A collection of photographs of Cristero Rebellion (1926-1929) activists and martyrs with accompanying semi-hagiographic text describing the lives, devotion, and deaths of each individual
A collection of postcards and photographs of Cristero Rebellion (1926-1929) martyrs. Portrait-style images of high-profile martyrs, many of whom have been canonized or beatified by the Catholic Church, predominate, though the collection also includes images of executions and funeral processions.
Working files from Sally Cunneen's 1965 survey of readers of Cross Currents magazine; consisting of the coding book, notebooks, completed survey questionnaires, and computer printouts.
A collection of cards and prints published by Cuala Press along with catalogs and related ephemera.
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.
Sixteen daguerreotypes and ambrotypes (early photographs), most of them portraits.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
Personal files of Daniel H. Winicur, regarding teaching, research, recommendations, curricula vitae, Klezmorim, etc., 1960s-1980s.
Letters written by Daniel O’Connell to various recipients during the 1830s-1840s, a brief newspaper article, and one black-and-white portrait. Two letters date from 1843, O’Connell’s hoped-for “year of repeal,” and relay information about that movement.
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.
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.