Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence (1842-1885), poetry, sermons, and printed material including a copy of his book La Thebaïde en Amérique: ou Apologie de la vie Solitaire et Contemplative (1852).
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dissertation, The Prose of Francis Thompson; student Mass books, 1909-1916; class record books; class lecture notes; unpublished poems and a notebook of poetry; lectures and sermons; clippings on the death of Joyce Kilmer; and pamphlets.
Sermons and speeches by Cavanaugh and a draft of a letter by Cavanaugh to Estes Kefauver on juvenile delinquency.
Notebooks; scrapbook and clippings about Wenninger; pamphlets, articles, lectures, and sermons (many by Wenninger); a copy of his M.A. thesis "A Biological Study of Miranda Aurantia," 1917; grade books, 1916-1940; a card catalog, prepared by Wenninger, of books on biology and evolution; articles on science in the Notre Dame Scholastic, 1875-1887; maps of South Bend and Mishawaka, Indiana; and photographs.
Sermons, lectures, poetry, printed material, and manuscripts of articles by Gallagher and others; concerning scripture, sacraments, meditation, Catholic Action, and other religious topics, and Celtic languages, especially Gaelic (Irish). Also the manuscript of a short novel, James Gallagher.
Manuscript book containing Carroll's sermons, 1884-1888, a list of Christmas offerings for St. Thomas Church, and the church financial statement, 1887.
Letters from William Butler Yeats, A.E. Housman, Hilaire Belloc, Louise Imogen Guiney, Henry Austin Dobson, Maurice Francis Egan, Joyce Kilmer, Alice Meynell and others, many of them giving or refusing permission to use copyrighted material in A Book of Lines, an anthology of lyric poetry edited by Carrico (1913); manuscripts of essays and sermons; and information on a curriculum proposal in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Journals, ledgers, sermon and lecture notes, 1904, 1916- 1917; and the "Official List of the Officers who were in the Campaign of Mexico in 1847."
Correspondence (1904-1935); newspaper clippings; manuscripts of sermons; and three scrapbooks.
Correspondence, 1862-1897; sermons, 1887-1897; clippings on the Corby family; records of financial services rendered Civil War soldiers, 1862-1865; a manuscript in which an unnamed regular army officer writes about chaplains he knew in the Army of the Potomac, 1864; and printed material concerning Corby, his death, and the monuments erected in his honor at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and at the University of Notre Dame.