Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains greeting cards, postcards, commemorative cards, clippings, pamphlets, and other printed ephemera depicting the Blessed Virgin Mary, Maddonna and Child, the life of Jesus and Mary, and other religious themes in the style of Byzantine and Eastern Orthodox art.
The Henri Koehler correspondence contains letters, photographs, articles, and brochures that Mr. Koehler received in response to his written requests to churches in France with Marian titles. The correspondence was initiated through the suggestion of Fr. Theodore Koehler, Henri's brother, and director of the Marian Library at the University of Dayton.
This collection contains Christmas cards that were drawn, painted, or otherwise created by children as part of the 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 Holy Childhood Association annual Christmas artwork contest. The cards primarily depict nativity scenes, Madonna and Child, and other Christmas themes. Original artwork was displayed in the Marian Library gallery in 2007.
This collection contains Christmas cards created by international artists and/or representing cultural and ethnic groups. The cards primarily depict the nativity, Madonna and Child, and other Catholic themes.
This collection contains bulletins and newsletters published by Catholic organizations with a Marian dimension. The collection also contains some information about organizations including promotional, historical, or ephemeral material. This collection is international in scope with a focus on Marian organizations and movements in the United States. Documents date from circa 1950 through the present day.
The Marian devotional scapular collection contains scapulars representing the Blessed Virgin Mary including the Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, the Green Scapular, the Red Scapular of the Passion, and the Blue Scapular of the Immaculate Conception. The collection also includes various scapulars with a Marian dimension, handmade or otherwise unique scapulars, and brochures or printed ephemera relating to the scapulars.
This collection contains approximately 10,000 holy cards and printed ephemera related to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Madonna and Child, events in the life of Jesus and Mary, Marian titles, and Marian shrines.
This collection contains photographs documenting Marian artwork, awards, books, churches and shrines, educational programs, events, groups, individuals, libraries and museums, organizations, and religious objects. The collection is international in scope and materials date from circa 1920 through circa 1990.
This collection contains Marian prayers in the form of cards and small leaflets and includes prayers in both English and foreign languages. The materials in the collection were most likely used in private devotion and represent a variety of popular and unique American and European Marian prayers since the 19th century.
This collection contains materials related to Marian shrines located in the United States. The collection was acquired in response to a form letter sent by the Marian Library in 1995. Materials in this collection include information about the shrine and postcards, brochures, pamphlets, articles, and other ephemera documenting the history and activities of each shrine.
This collection includes articles, newsletters, promotional materials, and other ephemera documenting Catholic programs and activities that celebrated the 1987-1988 Marian Year.
This collection contains Marian Christmas cards that have been painted or drawn by artists who utilize brushes or drawing tools held in their mouths or feet as a result of a disability.
This collection contains devotional materials on the Sacred Heart of Jesus including holy cards, prayer leaflets and novenas, foreign language prayers, badges, handmade devotional objects, pamphlets, membership cards, and printed ephemera.
This collection contains Stations of the Cross (also referred to as the Way of the Cross) pamphlets in English and European languages. The collection represents methods and traditions of praying the Stations of the Cross including Redemptorist and Franciscan methods, as well as pamphlets written for a particular audience or group. Many pamphlets also include artistic representations or illustrations of each station.
- Collection 21
- Unprocessed Material 1
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Pictorial works 5
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Art 4
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Shrines 4
- Christmas cards 3
- Jesus Christ -- Art 3
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Miscellanea 3
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Prayers and devotions 3
- Printed ephemera 3
- Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions 2
- Devotional objects -- Catholic Church 2
- Jesus Christ -- Nativity 2
- Jesus Christ -- Pictorial works 2
- Marianists -- United States -- History 2
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Apparitions and miracles 2
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Devotion to 2
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Devotion to -- United States 2
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Shrines -- United States 2
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Societies, etc. 2
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Titles 2
- Scourging of Christ, Devotion to 2 + ∧ less