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This collection contains the professional and personal papers of the librettist and poet, Karl West Flaster (1905-1965).
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.
Faculty papers of Dr. Kenneth C. Schraut, professor of mathematics at the University of Dayton from 1940-1993. The materials include subject files, correspondence, memorabilia, scrapbooks, and books.
The Knights of Columbus Council 500 is the Dayton Chapter of the Knights of Columbus Catholic fraternal service order. Their archives contain pictures of celebrations and events, newsletters, official publications, correspondences, Council Records, and a collection of photos and ephemera from the Aces Social Club, which many members were also a part of.
The collection contains material related to Lynn Hutner Colwell’s book, Erma Bombeck: Writer and Humorist. It includes research material, notes, correspondence, and audio cassettes of an interview with Bombeck.
This collection contains course materials for Madonna: Mary in the Catholic Tradition, a course taught by Fr. Frederick M. Jelly, O.P., through the Catholic Distance University.
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.
This collection contains three bound journals which document personal piety and devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. They contain transcribed typewritten excerpts of writings on the Blessed Virgin including prayers, poetry, the Litany of Loreto, and daily consecrations to Mary. All journals contain printed images such as holy cards and clippings that accompany many of the entries.
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 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.
This collection contains interviews and transcripts of oral history interviews of Marian Library volunteers and personnel.
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 of Marian pastoral letters is arranged alphabetically by diocese, and address the definition of the fourth Marian dogma, the Assumption, and the Marian Year from 1953-1954.
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 sheet music with a Marian dimension. This collection is international in scope, and a bulk of the music dates from the 1860s through the present day.
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 index cards with bibliographic citations for a variety of Marian topics. Citations are generally from the 1900's - 1960's.