Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Material things that can be perceived by the senses. In the context of art history or art information, the term may be restricted to works of art or cultural heritage, including architecture, art works such as paintings, drawings, graphic arts, sculpture, decorative arts, photographs, and other cultural artifacts. An object may be a single item or it may be made up of many physical parts.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Records of the Association of Contemplative Sisters: consisting of early national records (late 1960s); correspondence of national officers (1972-1979); national assembly material; subject files containing regional reports, bishops' files, LCWR files; international files; correspondence and circulars from the files of ACS leaders Betty Enoch, (1978-1979), Lilla Marie Hull (1976-1978), and Anna Mae Dannes, OCD (1986-1989); Sisters Uniting files (1970s) including files concerning interaction of...
Scope and Content Manuscripts of books, plays, and articles; correspondence, notes, reprints, clippings, news releases, syndicated columns, artifacts, photographs, tape recordings, and subject files; and Catholic pamphlets and books by O'Brien and others; concerning priestly celibacy, birth control, the Masons, converts, anti- Catholicism, evolution, education, and the Crusade for Souls. Most of Father O'Brien's papers and printed material (over 60 linear feet) came to the archives as part of the...
Scope and Contents Material on Notre Dame Athletics assembled by the University Archives, including substantial collections of photographs, audio-visual material, printed material, scrapbooks, and objects.