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This collection includes 67 albums assembled by the nuns at... Seventeen albums contain materials documenting Marian shrines in France. One album documents Marian shrines in other European countries.
Formats included in the scrapbooks are holy cards, postcards, clippings, photographs, maps, pamphlets, and other visual ephemera.
This collection consists of photographs and documents that record the history of Alpha Nu Omega Fraternity since in formation in 1969. The initial donation of 30 binders and 3 expandable folders was organized Donald G. Puglio, Historian for Alpha Nu Omega’s Alumni Association.
Collection of personal material donated by Amanda Stadtmiller, a Dayton-area organist. The collection contains ephemera from her time teaching as well as books and coursework from her organist training and education, especially at the Gregorian Institute of America.
Advertisement materials for the American Catholic Quarterly Review.
Collection of Christian songbooks from the United States, as well as a songbook of Mexican songs featuring Christian songs.
Ephemera printed and distributed by the Apostleship of Prayer, a Catholic organization, including prayer cards and newsletters, and a list of published materials in the library's bibliographic holdings.
Mailings, brochures, and other ephemera printed and distributed by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
Administrative materials, publications, and photographs pertaining to the Association for Creative Change, a national group of behavioral scientists employed in religious systems.
This collection contains the original black and white, large scale (14.5" x 22.5") illustrations for the comic book, Behold the Handmaid: The Story of Our Blessed Mother, published by Pflaum Publishing in 1954.
Collection of prayer cards printed and distributed by the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in Clyde, Missouri during the twentieth century.
Personal papers, photographs and books of early aviator Bernard L. Whelan. Also inlcudes a typed manuscript of Whelan's diary titled "My Life is in Your Hands".
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.
This collection looks at the student organization Black Action Through Unity (BATU) from the perspective of the organization. Though the date range of BATU is from 1967 to present, the materials in the collection begin in 1977. The collection includes scrapbooks, student publications, correspondence, conference journal, promotional materials, photographs and audiovisual materials.
Pamphlets and prayer cards distributed by the Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima.
Collection of papers relating to Father John T. Boland, C.S.C., a Holy Cross priest who served in the administrations of the University of Notre Dame, University of Portland, and St. Edward's University, and Mary Blanche Boland, his niece and biographer. The collection includes original correspondence of Father Boland's, reproductions of his correspondence held in other archives, and Mary Blanche's research notes and biographical sketch.
A collection of holy cards printed by Boumard Fils, a French publisher of religious images.
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 manuscripts and a draft of a proposed publication containing essays from multiple authors.
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.
The Catholic Press Association records contain a variety of records, mostly related to their annual conventions, and various marketing and publicity initiatives. The records cover the decade from about 1956 to 1966, thus covering the beginning of the Second Vatican Council.
The Catholic ephemera collection is an artificial collection of ephemeral items on American Catholicism. Items in the collection have been created or published by various Catholic organizations in the United States. The collection includes a variety of material types, such as brochures, pamphlets, prayer cards, publicity materials, and newsletters. The materials were published throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Accruals are frequent.