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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.
Papers created by and relating to the Dayton Christian Jewish Dialogue, a group dedicated to discussion and improvement of interreligious relations. This collection includes copies of the DCJD's minutes, meeting materials, promotional materials, and materials created by related organizations.
Collection of articles, meeting materials, event planning materials, and promotional material of religious organizations relating to the Dayton Christian Jewish Dialogue.
A collection of newsletters and informational materials published by the Dayton Right to Life organization.
History and Bylaws; Membership; Pledging; Minutes 1961-1973 Newsletters; Correspondence; Misc 1965-1998 Remarks to Student Organizations-Officers Sept. 23, 1981
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.
This collection contains correspondence, course materials, manuscripts, and articles by Eamon R. Carroll, O.Carm. Topics include Mariology, Marian devotion, and ecumenism.
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 Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary records contain meeting minutes, newsletters, papers, pamphlets, and a variety of documents and multimedia materials documenting the history and activities of the ESBVM/USA, a group that exists to promote ecumenical devotion and advance the study of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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).
Collection of academic planners, VHS tapes, and letters of Dr. Eugene R. August, as well as documents relating to his time as a professor and his term as Alumi Chair.
The Father Alfred Boeddeker collection contains stories on Marian apparitions and devotions, brochures, prayers, sheet music, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and materials for a course in Mariology. Father Boeddeker was a Franciscan priest based in California. He was the founder of the St. Anthony Dining Room in San Francisco, and is known for his humanitarian work as well as his participation in a number of Marian organizations.
This collection contains correspondence, publications, reports, and ephemera related to Fr. Bert Buby's study of Ephesus. A large portion of the collection includes letters and email exchanges with Joseph Quatman of The American Society of Ephesus, Inc. regarding Ephesus.
This collection contains a series of lectures on Mariology given by Fr. Bertrand E. Clemens, S.M., in 1982. The lectures, on 13 audio cassettes, cover topics including Mary's Virginity, Cana, Calvary, Discipleship, Mary's Humanness, and the Magnificat, among others.
Collection of research material and correspondence of Father Edward O’Connor of the University of Notre Dame.
Personal clipping collection of Father Jerome Mersberger, the priest who served as pastor of the Shrine of Our Lady of the Green Scapular in Palmyra, Wisconsin, as well as a small collection of personal papers, including homilies, notes, and correspondence.
This collection is of rosaries that were donated to Father John T. Arsenault, priest for the Diocese of Portland, Maine.
This collection contains original and reproduced correspondence, drafts, minutes, and other papers related to the composition of the 1973 pastoral letter Behold Your Mother: Woman of Faith published by the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. These papers were collected by Father John T. Myler during his dissertation research. The collection also includes an oral history with Father Eamon Carroll, O.Carm., conducted by Father Myler.
This collection documents the history and activities of the Shrine of Our Lady of the Green Scapular and the Green Scapular travel club based in Palmyra, Wisconsin. The collection also contains the early personal papers of Father Jerome Mersberger, pastor at the shrine and organizer of the travel club.