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This collection includes articles, newsletters, promotional materials, and other ephemera documenting Catholic programs and activities that celebrated the 1987-1988 Marian Year.
The Mariology article file contains both published and unpublished material on a variety of Marian topics. Items are arranged alphabetically by author's last name when known.
A travel diary from 22 year old Mary Elizabeth Williams as she traveled throughout Europe, spending considering time in Germany. Ms. Williams writes about her experiences visiting historic architecture, museums, churches, and operas. There is also Ms. William's commentary on Mass and specific Marian artwork, some of which was later destroyed during World War II.
1 cubic foot box of the papers of Mary Harden Looram.
This collection contains the research materials and manuscripts of French author and art historian, Maurice Vloberg (1885-1967). The materials primarily document Vloberg's research and writing on the topic of Marian iconography throughout history.
This collection contains emails circulated by Michael J. Coppi regarding visionary messages and prophecies, as well as some correspondence directly with the International Marian Research Institute. Coppi mentions Conyers, Georgia, Garabandal, and Medjugorje among other alleged apparitions.
Two volumes of letters and manuscripts written by "Michael", who never uses a last name: "Letters of Michael", a bound series of correspondence written by Michael dated 1943-1945, and "Love Letters for Mary", a manuscript written and printed by Michael in May 1944 for limited private distribution to his friends.
The Miraculous Medal collection contains nearly 400 devotional items related to the Miraculous Medal. Some are the medals with inscriptions in different languages, while others are objects with the Miraculous Medal affixed to them. Materials in the collection date from circa 1900 through the present day.
This collection contains Marian Christmas cards that have been painted or drawn by artists who utilize brushes or drawing tools held in their mouths or feet as a result of a disability.
This collection contains planning documents and audio cassette recordings of sessions presented at the National Marian Charismatic Conference at the University of Dayton in 1979 and 1980.
Collection of postcards depicting New Subiaco Abbey and one prayer card published by the Abbey.
A collection of holy cards and other devotional materials printed by N.G. Basevi, an Italian publisher of religious images, primarily dating from the 1930s.
An original eighteenth century woodblock that was used to create devotional prints of Notre Dame de Bon Encontre. The woodblock is accompanied by a modern print created using the original block.
A partial set of 40 black and white cards with photographs of the Oberammergau Passion Play, published by F. Bruckman in 1922. Two of the cards are signed by actor Anton Lang, who played Jesus.
This collection contains 32 scrapbooks from the Omega Sorority. The scrapbooks include photographs and information about pledge classes, sorority activities, and the 40th Anniversary in 1978.
The Pflaum publications were produced by the Pflaum Publishing Company of Dayton, Ohio. The collection is mainly bound volumes of original weekly newspapers and comic books for Catholic youth.
The materials in this collection document the activities that the students in Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia partake in. The items show the students' willingness to show the world what music can offer. This collection includes scrapbooks, a plague and a notebook containing the organizations itinerary.
This collection contains 3 binders of photographs and images relating to the Marian apparitions in Beauraing, Belgium that occurred in 1932 and 1933. The collection provides extensive photographic documentation of the history and activities relating to the apparitions at Beauraing.
The collection was assembled by the Pro Maria Committee of Lowell, Massachusetts circa 1965.