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Found in 143 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Correspondence with the Catholic Poetry Society of America, 1935-1939, College English Association, 1939- 1971, Indiana College English Association, John T. Frederick, Richard Sullivan, Harry Sylvester, Murray Hickey Ley, and others; class records and exams; department of English notices, 1967-1972; manuscript copies of his work; photographs; and letters signed by prominent authors collected by Hasley, including T.S. Eliot, Vachel Lindsay, Frank Sheed, Maisie Ward, Robert Penn Warren, and E.B....
Scope and Content Minutes, reports, and correspondence for the Notre Dame history department, 1958-1966, and the Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs, 1962-1966; correspondence of the Committee to Recommend a Dean for the College of Letters and Arts, University of Notre Dame, 1968; and a report by Fitzsimons, "The Future of Notre Dame," 1970s.
Scope and Content Correspondence with James A. Burns, CSC, Knute Rockne, and others, 1919-1938; minutes of the board of directors, financial reports and audits of the College of St. Thomas (St. Paul, Minnesota), 1929-1935; circular letters of the superior general, Congregation of Holy Cross, 1918-1937; decrees of general chapters of the Congregation of Holy Cross, 1855-1912; manuscripts of Schumacher's dissertation, "The Knowableness of God: Its Relation to the Theory of Knowledge in St. Thomas," (1904); and...
Scope and Content Correspondence, expense reports, project schedules, and advertising samples from work done for The National Catholic Reporter (1967-1978), Link (1972-1974), Successful Marriage (1973-1975), Celebration (1972-1978), Passionist Missions (1973-1982), Holy Cross Association (1964-1966), Divine Word Seminary (1970-1972), Ave Maria Press (ca.1957-1970), Catholic Church Extension Society (1965-1966), the Claretian publications (1962-1983) U.S. Catholic, Today, and Claretian vocation ads. ...
Scope and Content Correspondence of Brother Joseph M. Davis, S.M. (1927- ) executive director of the NOBC, founded in 1970. Correspondence regards, for the most part, donations and retreat projects.
Scope and Content Early files of the National Federation of Priests' Councils, 1969-1972; general correspondence with members and non-members, 1975-1979; regional correspondence, 1973-1982; official by-laws, 1973-1982; board meeting correspondence, notes, and minutes, 1974-1988; needs assessment evaluations of NOCERCC, 1982-1984; speeches given and collected by NOCERCC presidents and board members, 1974-1976; membership records, 1973-1983; NOCERCC publications, including newsletters, presbyteral renewal...
Scope and Content Polcyn's diary, 1941-1943, relating experiences with Bishop Bernard Sheil; correspondence, including letters from Frank Sheed, Maisie Ward, Catherine de Hueck Doherty, Eddie Doherty, Hans Ansgar Reinhold, Donald Attwater, Renard Koehnemann, Ann Harrigan Makletzoff and a letter from Dorothy Day; clippings concerning Bishop Bernard Sheil, John Cogley, and Pat and Patty Crowley, 1941-1979. One folder concerning the unionization of the CYO, consisting of correspondence, memoranda, and...
Scope and Content Correspondence, notes, and copies of official documents concerning the genealogy of Orville T. Chamberlain, including a Chamberlain letter to James Edwards (25 October 1898) discussing Notre Dame's participation in the Civil War and a copy of the guide to the Chamberlain Family Papers in the Indiana Historical Society Library.
Scope and Content Miscellaneous original and transcribed records of various Catholic parishes, orphanages, schools, and cemeteries in Illinois (4 churches and institutions), Indiana (7), Kentucky (more than 50), Michigan (5), Missouri (2), Pennsylvania (1), and Wisconsin (1). There are also records of one Jewish Synagogue (Temple Beth-El, South Bend, Indiana). Baptismal, confirmation, marriage, and death registers; gravestone inscriptions; membership lists; pew rent account books; censuses;...
Scope and Content Chiefly mimeographed copies of letters, 1923-1939, involving Monsignor John A. Ryan, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Joseph Kennedy, Josephus Daniels, H.L. Mencken, and others; concerning such topics as Hitler, Father Coughlin, pacifism, anti-semitism, profit sharing, and religious tolerance; with a few autograph letters from Callahan to Frederick Kenkel of the Catholic Central Verein; and a paper by William E. Ellis, "Patrick Henry Callahan: A Kentucky Democrat in National Politics," 1976.
Scope and Content Correspondence with Lewis Cass, Secretary of War, Alexis Coquillard, trader in South Bend, Edward Sorin, CSC, president of the University of Notre Dame, and others, pertaining mostly to business affairs, the second Indian removal from the area in 1840, and Marantette's claims arising from it; and Marentette's account book, 1838-1840.
Scope and Content Correspondence, including letters from George Shuster and Kerndt Healy, CSC; a diary (1916); teaching material, including gradebooks, student papers, handouts and lecture notes; printed matter, including books, pamphlets, sheet music, and magazines; and photographs.
Scope and Content Correspondence, legal documents, manuscripts of articles, and two scrapbooks, one with clippings of editorials he wrote and the other detailing the 1930 concert season at the Ravinia, Illinois.
Scope and Content Notes taken by Father Peter E. Hogan, SSJ, on Martin John Spalding, Archbishop of Baltimore, the books he wrote, and the history of his family; consisting chiefly of typewritten information taken from books, clippings, and manuscripts; including a transcription edited and indexed by Hogan of parts of Spalding's journal, 1860-1864, with such headings as Short Accounts of Louisville Institutions, Register of Correspondence with Propagation of Faith, and Diocesan Correspondence.
Scope and Content Letters from John W. Cavanaugh, CSC, Nicholas Dietz, James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop John Glennon, and Frederick P. Kenkel to Peter E. Dietz; concerning Dietz's work in support of organized labor and his interest in social service and social reform; with material on the Militia of Christ and the American Federation of Labor. Also correspondence between Dietz and officers of the Catholic Central Verein concerning cooperation between the Verein and the American Federation of...
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1855-1904; Cooney's sermons and speeches; his Civil War diary, 1864-1865; manuscripts of his works, 1861-1890; a notebook describing his tour of the United States to collect material on the role of Catholic chaplains and nuns in the Civil War, 1890; clippings he collected on the Civil War, Ireland, and temperance; and printed matter including Child's Recollection of General Grant (1885) and a map of the Chickamauga battle field, 1886. Records of the American...
Scope and Content Correspondence (1882-1887) involving Bishop Martin Marty, OSB, Edward Sorin, CSC, William Corby, CSC, Alexis Granger, CSC, and Alexander Kirsch, CSC, concerning financial problems of the mission at Deadwood, South Dakota, and other problems of clergy in the Dakotas; pamphlets, clippings, and a photograph of Rosen (1894); a tour book he wrote, Hundert Tage In Europa (St. Louis: Druck der Amerika, 1895); and a broadside describing a religious conversion in South Dakota; with information on the...
Scope and Content Personal letters from Waldeck Rousseau, one-time vice- president of the French National Assembly, to Henry A. Riviere.
Scope and Content The Notre Dame Archives is the repository for the Archives of the American Province of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. The records of the collection consist first of those records generated or collected and kept by the administrative structures of the Province, including the Ancilla Domini Sisters, Inc., corporate board, the Provincial Chapters and Assemblies and the committess associated with them, the Provincial Leadership and its committees, and the departments and offices of the...
Scope and Contents The first part of the collection (boxes 134-215) consists of three series: Student Employment, 1906-07 & 1909-11 (boxes 152,153,209,212) Concerts, Lectures, Films, & Movies, ca.1911-20 (boxes 213-215) General Correspondence, ca.1905-1911 (boxes 134-211) Scattered Cavanaugh correspondence for 1905-06 may be found in in UPEL 115-133/. The bulk of the correspondence in this part of the collection dates 1906-11, though there are some runs as early as 1904 and as late as 1912,...
Scope and Content Letters and other material relating to the Eucharistic Convention held at the University of Notre Dame, August 7th and 8th, 1894. Correspondents include Rev. William Corby, C.S.C. (1833-1897), President of the University of Notre Dame. Also other letters from bishops and priests in reply to invitations to the Eucharistic Conventions at the University of Notre Dame (1894, 1897) and the first National Eucharistic Congress in Washington, DC (1895); addressed to Bishop Camillus Maes, president of...
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1864-1910, including letters from many bishops and correspondence with Eliza Allen Starr, John Gilmary Shea, Charles O'Conor, and James F. Edwards; clippings, 1880s-1910; research notes; manuscripts of his History of the Catholic Church in the United States; and biographical information on bishops.
Scope and Content Four letters written by Augustin Schoeffler to another priest, Louis Hoffer: an undated autograph letter; an autograph letter written in Paris, 12 November 1846; an autograph letter written in Paris, 8 September 1847, and a manuscript copy of a letter written in Hong Kong, 24 May 1848. One letter written by Abbé Nicolas Krick to an unidentified woman, 26 January 1849. One purple pouch embroidered with the monogram "VAS" (Venerable Augustin Schoeffler) in which all five letters had...
Scope and Content Civil War Records recounting the war and post-war activities of Saint Joseph County residents; with correspondence of soldiers, including Lt. Col. Alfred B. Wade and Schuyler Colfax; the records of various Saint Joseph county war offices, including registers of the sick, wounded and dead; and records of activities of several Indiana infantry regiments, among them the 73rd Indiana Infantry (1862-1924).