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This collection includes records like newsletters, pamphlet, and prayer cards from Saint Helen Parish. Saint Helen Parish is a Roman Catholic Church in Dayton, Ohio. Most records are from the first decade of 21st century.
Collection of brochures, prayer cards, promotional materials, pamphlets, and other papers created by St. Meinrad Archabbey, including its child companies Abbey Press and Abbey Caskets.
This collection contains materials from the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Dayton, Ohio, and the Archdiocese of Chicago. The documents include internal documentation and classes from the St. Vincent de Paul Society and catechesis materials and ephemera from the Archdiocese of Chicago.
This collection contains Stations of the Cross (also referred to as the Way of the Cross) pamphlets in English and European languages. The collection represents methods and traditions of praying the Stations of the Cross including Redemptorist and Franciscan methods, as well as pamphlets written for a particular audience or group. Many pamphlets also include artistic representations or illustrations of each station.
This collection contains materials from the University of Dayton Studio Theatre organization from 1989-2020. The collection includes governing documents, house managers, organizational papers, periodicals, programs, photographs, and audiovisual records. Most of the records were produced by or about Studio Theatre and range from 1995-2020. A few magazines relate to members of the organization and date back to 1989-1990.
This collection contains a complete set of the Marian Philatelist, a publication devoted to depictions of the Blessed Virgin Mary on stamps and a Catalogue of Marian Stamps by W. J. Hoffman of the Marian Philatelic Study Group. The Marian Philatelist issued 53 bulletins, starting in 1962 and ceasing publication in 1971 before directing members to the COROS Chronicle.
The Thomas C. Hunt Collection includes correspondence relating to his work at the University of Dayton, as well as some material about his books. The collection also contains class materials, awards and certificates, book reviews, and other professional materials.
1 rosary and 15 keychains
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This collection includes individual keychain charms of various Marian titles or devotions, and those of affiliated saints. The materials were purchased in 2018 and additional ones may be available through the Tiny Saints company.
The Pflaum Publishing Company began the publication of the Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, a Catholic comic book, in 1946. Most of the stories promoted themes of faith, family, and patriotism and related to sports, school, and Saints. Contributors included Frank Borth, Bob Powell, and Reed Crandall.
Travel journal from Mrs. E. A. Bean throughout Italy, including Florence, Pisa, Rome, Bologna, and Lucca, among other locations. Describes Mrs. Bean's observations of religious devotion, such as woman attending Mass with rosaries, and remarks on various cultural heritage sites with Marian artwork and statues.
The records of the University Honors Program document the program from its inception in 1983 through 2012. The largest portion of this collection is student theses, including engineering seminar theses and honors theses.
The collection also includes a newsletter, Honors News, correspondence, brochures and pamphlets, and event programs.
This collection contains administrative records, institutional and media publications, annual reports, and program histories for the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI), the sponsored research arm of the University of Dayton that was founded in 1956.
This collection includes 45 pieces of organ sheet music from the early 20th century.
Posters, playbills, photographs, scrapbooks, programs, and other memorabilia of the theater and performing arts collected by Urban Schnurr (1906-1972). The collection is international in scope and covers the early to mid-20th century. Includes Schnurr's personal papers.
Collected papers by and about the Ursuline Sisters of Maine, the history of the Ursuline order, and local parishes in the Waterville, Maine area.
This collection includes index cards for Catholic Church parishes within the United States with a Marian name or strong Marian devotion. Each index card lists the parish name, address, and phone number, as well as the diocese. It is believed that this index was created in the 1990s by Marian Library personnel.
The Victory Theatre records consist of Victory Theatre Association governing documents, as well as rental agreements, posters, photographs, sheet music, and other organizational records. The Victory Theatre (now known as the Victoria Theatre) is located on the corners of First and Main streets in downtown Dayton, Ohio, and has been a center for performing arts since 1866.