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Dr. Cecilia Moore is an Associate Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Dayton. Her speciality is in U.S. Catholicism, particuarly in its intersection with African American culture and identity. This collection documents her extensive history with communities of African American Catholics.
The chaplet collection contains nearly 100 chaplets and instructions on how to pray the particular chaplet. Materials in the collection date from circa 1800 through the present day, with the bulk from circa 1960 to the present day.
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.
The Christine Mathieu Marian holy card collection contains approximately 1,700 Catholic holy cards, primarily depicting the Blessed Virgin Mary. The collection includes French Marian holy cards from circa 1853 through 2001. Holy cards in the collection document Marian devotional themes, iconography, titles, pilgrimage sites, and prayers.
Pamphlets and prayer cards published by the Christophers, including issues from the Christopher News Notes series.
Collection of papers, ephemera, and audio tapes relating to the African American Catholic population in the 1960s and 1970s, including items from the National Black Catholic Clergy Conference, National Black Sisters Conference, National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice, and the National Office for Black Catholics.
A collection of holy cards and other devotional materials printed by Bouasse-Lebel and Bouasse-Jeune, French publishers of religious images.
Collection of holy cards created to commemorate ordinations, vow professions, jubilees, memorials, and other events.
Contents include photostatic copies of the Lordes Medical Bureau case files for John Traynor and Francis Pascal (contents mostly in French), including full medical dossiers, pamphlets and photos; and a typed report by Prof. Michel-Marie Salmon summarizing the Case Files of Vittorio Micheli (written in English).
Collection of medals, necklaces, and Holy Cards of various Catholic saints. Collection is arranged by saint name.
Two photographs and two halftone reproductions of masses at the Twenty-Eighth International Eucharistic Congress, held at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois in June, 1926.
This collections contains syllabi created by the professors of the Department of Philosophy.
A collection of printed ephemera, including prayer cards, pamphlets, and a postcard, from the Conception Abbey Press.
Collection of documents relating to the Conference of Major Superiors of Men (CMSM) from 1967-1975. The collection includes biographies of priests and brothers in attendance at the Conference of Major Superiors of Men during this time period, annual reports from the conferences, the annual assemblies, and newsletters from the conferences.