Found in 29527 Collections and/or Records:
Includes letters from the Society for the Propagation of the Faith in Paris and the "Articles for the Incorporation of Saint Mary's Academy."
Includes letters and Dr. Lawrence's "Poetical Address" to the Irish Brigade (at 026) and the "Order of Memorial Ceremonies" at Gettysburg held on July 2, 1888 (at 030).
Includes letters from CSC members involved in the war effort and from General W.T. Sherman and his wife Ellen.
Includes letters from Bishop M.J. Spalding of Baltimore, Patrick Dillon CSC, and Ellen Sherman. Also includes the 1865 Notre Dame budget.
Includes letters from Bishop Henni II of Milwaukee and Bishop Purcell of of Cincinnati and a letter from Charleston Bishop Lynch offering Sorin and the CSC order control of an island off of South Carolina on which former Slaves could live as Catholics.
Includes a letter from T.E. Howard on the educational quality of Notre Dame, letters relating to the Ava Maria Press, and several letters from the New York city Custom House concerning the importation of bells.
Includes letters concerning cooperative efforts between CSC male and female orders and the St. Mary's Orphan Boy Asylum in New Orleans.
Includes letters from Sorin in France concerning developments at Notre Dame and his purchases for the college; an offer of a building in Galvaston TX for the founding of a college; and a note from Bishop Hughes of New York warning of a certain clergyman of questionable reputation.
Includes a letter to Sorin about a plague of illness at Notre Dame caused by poor drainage (at 043); correspondence with a John Cahalan concerning the importation of 35 gallons of alcohol; and a contract with a railroad for a land purchase.
Includes letters to Sorin while he visited Europe in the early part of the year and toured Texas and Louisiana later. Topics include a bond for land in Chicago and requests for financial support from St. Boniface of Galveston and a Fort Wayne Orphanage.
Includes letters relating to the operation of St. Joseph's farm, CSC confessors, 160 acres of land donated by Mrs. Amanda Corby to the Church, Brother Adolphus' establishing a Holy Cross House and School in St. Joseph, Missouri, and a the potato famine in Ireland.
Includes letters regarding travel plans to Rome; financial and health problems at St. Mary's of Galvaston; and Notre Dame's financial dealing with the Jay Cooke and company Bankers.
Includes reports on CSC work in Fort Wayne and St. Joseph, Missouri, as well as documents from Rome and condolences to Sorin upon the death of his nephew Fr. Auguste Lemonnier, CSC.