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This collection contains English and French manuscripts regarding the Marian apparitions at Beauraing, Belgium. Some, possibly all, of the original manuscripts are written by Aurelien Pierroux, first secretary of the Pro Maria Committee.
Faculty papers of University of Dayton philosophy professor Dr. Raymond M. Herbenick (1942-1999), including unpublished papers, published articles and books, and research notes.
Devotional materials printed by Reproducta Company in Italy and the United States.
Faculty papers of University of Dayton music professor Dr. Richard P. Benedum, including teaching materials, grant project files, correspondence, news clippings, and writings, most notably his program notes for the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra programs (1976-2006).
10 boxes fliptop document cases containing research, correspondence, notes, and personal papers of Robert Larson. The records include research on the book "Life of Jesus Christ" by Clemens Bretano, which documents the visions and writing of Anne Catherine Emmerich. Over half of the collection contains synopses of Bretano's documentation of Emmerich's visions. The collection contains additional mixed materials regarding Emmerich, as well as personal correspondence and unrelated writings.
This collection contains circus-related books, magazines, programs, posters, and other materials collected by University of Dayton alumnus Robert Vandevander '53, also a former instructor in the School of Education at UD. Materials were collected from 1952 to 2009.
This collections contains the records of the Roman Catholic Modernism Group of the American Academy of Religion. It includes conference papers, applications, and correspondence.
The rosary collection contains over 400 five-decade rosaries.
This collection contains devotional materials on the Sacred Heart of Jesus including holy cards, prayer leaflets and novenas, foreign language prayers, badges, handmade devotional objects, pamphlets, membership cards, and printed ephemera.
This collection includes administrative records, publications, research material, and individual department and program materials created by the School of Engineering.
The records of the University of Dayton School of Law, including publications, histories of the School, records of the Dean and the Zimmerman Law Library, and other administrative records. Materials pertain to UD's first law school, the College of Law (1922-1935) and the present School of Law (est. 1974).
This collection contains ephemera from Marian Shrines around the globe. It is organized by country of origin in alphabetical order. Ephemera are usually things that given out at shrines and can be like souvenirs. Some examples of material in this collection include brochures, prayer sheets, and calendars.
Papers of Simon "Si" Burick (1909-1986), a sports writer and later sports editor (1928) at the Dayton Daily News for sixty-one years (1925-1986). The collection contains sports memorabilia, files, and manuscripts pertaining to Burick's sports writing career. The collection includes some books, but many additional books from Si Burick's library are housed with special book collections.
Sigma Delta Pi News, 1937-62
The single-decade rosary collection contains nearly 100 single-decade rosaries. Materials in the collection date from circa 1960 to the present day.
This collection contains correspondence and articles relating to Sr. Ann Marie Harrison's efforts to have the title "Mary Beloved of the Trinity" formally recognized. Materials include correspondence, poetry, hymns, articles and related research. Copies of several of the articles and manuscripts are included on CD's.
This collections contains one file folder of loose material on sodalities and nine bound volumes of meeting notes taken by various sodalities between 1875-1924.
The Song of Solomon (also known as Song of Songs) booklets were commissioned by Louis-Lucien Bonaparte and translated into provincial English dialects by various authors. This collection contains a set of 25 4" x 6" booklets.