UASC. Special Collections in University Archives
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of Bette Rogge Morse, a University of Dayton alumna and active television personality in Dayton, Ohio. Bette Rogge Morse has hosted several talk shows on local television, including The Bette Rogge Show (WHIO-TV, 1967-1972); Getting Together with Bette Rogge (GTV-19); Culture Scene (DGTV/DATV); and Senior Chronicle (Fox45, 1996). This collection is an accumulation of audiovisual recordings, documents, photographs, and other materials following her long career.
Materials owned by University of Dayton English professor, Bro. William O. Wehrle (1896-1959), including two of his publications and 32 magnetic audio tape reels of recorded lectures and dramatic readings.
This collection contains a variety of materials regarding 20th century philosopher Michael Polanyi, including articles, lectures, correspondence, and audio recordings. The items were accumulated by Bruno V. Manno, S.M., member of the UD Religious Studies Department.
Administrative records, publications, photographs, and correspondence of the Catholic Council on Civil Liberties--formerly the American Freedoms Council--a national group of Catholics involved in the civil liberties front.
This collection contains the congressional and personal papers of former Congressman Charles W. Whalen Jr. (1920-2011) of Ohio's 3rd District, which he served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1966-1979. A former economics professor at the University of Dayton, Whalen was interested in political and economic diplomacy and international economic issues. His papers also reference major political issues of the period, including civil rights and the Vietnam War.
The collection mainly consists of publications and papers authored and collected by former University of Dayton psychology professor, Julien M. Christensen. It documents Christensen's research and career in human factors engineering in both public and academic spheres. Included are journals; newsletters and magazines; design guides, standards, and regulations; and Christensen's personal publications, classroom materials, and correspondence.
This collection contains administrative, publicity, and performance materials of the Dayton Bach Society, a highly regarded semi-professional chorus in Dayton, Ohio, founded by UD music professor Dr. Richard P. Benedum in 1974. The Dayton Bach Society dissolved in 2002.
The collection contains 65 facsimile reprints of original dime novels, published by the Dime Novel Club of Brooklyn, New York. The original publication dates span 1877-1915. The reprints were published in the late 1940s.
Materials collected by UD alumnus, Edward C. Dill. The majority of the collection is made up of Franklin D. Roosevelt memorabilia, such as medals, stamps, buttons and pins, photographs, scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, and other promotional and campaign materials.
Papers of music and physical education instructor, Eileen L. Sears, who also served as director of the student union in the 1950s. This small collection includes photographs, correspondence, performance programs, clippings, and research and draft manuscripts of Sears' published Civil War novel, Born a Rebel (1990).
Faculty papers of George C. Biersack (1923-1980), professor of communication arts at the University of Dayton from 1952-1980. His papers include subject files, correspondence, memorabilia, and records of the Miami Valley Educational Television Foundation and the Ohio Council on Educational Television.
Personal and professional documents pertaining to dancer and choreographer Josephine Schwarz and to the Schwarz School of Dance and Dayton Ballet, both of which she founded in Dayton, Ohio, in 1927 and 1937, respectively.
Programs and sheet music collected by Kenneth and Micheline Kuntz. The collection is primarily local in scope, although it also covers performing arts events around the United States and abroad. The collection spans the late 19th to early 21st centuries.
This Collection consists of 13 boxes of records aboout the Marian Library and Father Koehler. These boxes contain differnet types of documents; they enclose floppy disks, cassettes, photographs, unpublished and published books, programs, inviations, certificates, employment records, newspaper clippings (articles), correspondence, financial records, bibliographies, inventories, meeting minutes, magazines, architecture plans, personal notes and notebooks.
Faculty papers of University of Dayton music professor Dr. Richard P. Benedum, including teaching materials, grant project files, correspondence, news clippings, and writings, most notably his program notes for the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra programs (1976-2006).
This collection contains circus-related books, magazines, programs, posters, and other materials collected by University of Dayton alumnus Robert Vandevander '53, also a former instructor in the School of Education at UD. Materials were collected from 1952 to 2009.