Category: News

Notre Dame Archives’ Reprints

We are happy to announce that reprints of select photographs and graphics from the Notre Dame Archives are now available for sale on photos.nd.edu.  Use order code ND#1 to save 20% through the January 7, 2013 National Championship game. While we will gradually add more images to this site, this...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Students have not always had the luxury to travel home or to other destinations over Christmas break.  Whether due to financial circumstance or University regulations, students and faculty who remained on campus held proper Christmas celebrations — from the traditional midnight mass to ice skating and gift exchanges.  Below is...

Women & Spirit Exhibit

The Women & Spirit:  Catholic Sisters in America traveling exhibit stops in South Bend from September 2 – December 31, 2011, at the Northern Indiana Center for History.  A number of photographs and audio-visual materials from the Notre Dame Archives make an appearance in this exhibit. Early in Notre Dame’s...

Washington Hall

Notre Dame Film, Television, and Theater professor Mark Pilkinton’s much anticipated book on Washington Hall was released earlier this week.  Look for Washington Hall at Notre Dame:  Crossroads of the University, 1864-2004 at your favorite bookstore or library.  A detailed history of performing arts at Notre Dame is long-over due...

Hallelujah! He Is Risen!

CEDW 16/11 (Calendared XI-2-m):  Easter postcard that reads “Holy Easter, time of blessing, May we each rejoice and sing, Giving praises, heartfelt praises, To our risen Easter King.”  This postcard was sent to James (Jimmy) Edwards from Sister M. Cherubim, CSC, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1910/0319.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

The University Archives, along with all other Notre Dame administrative offices, will close for the Christmas Celebration on December 24th and reopen on Monday, January 3rd. CAZA 40/01:  Christmas Card to Dr. Albert Zahm from the Wrights of Dayton, Ohio (a certain Orville and Wilbur), 1909. Dr. Zahm was a...

October is American Archives Month

October is American Archives Month

Explore the University Archives A lot of information about the Notre Dame Archives can be found on our website.  Don’t know where to begin?  About our Collections details the main types of records held at the University Archives:  official University records, manuscript collections, photographs, audio-visual material, and printed material.  Also...

News – Fall 2009

News – Fall 2009

In October, Michael A. Diebold gave us 26 cassette audio tapes containing interviews he conducted with teaching priests of the Archdiocese of Louisville, and transcriptions of the interviews. Sister Rose Marie Mantin, O.P., donated a collection of prayer books, missals, and hymnals used by the Dominican Sisters of Grand Rapids,...

News – Spring and Summer 2009

News – Spring and Summer 2009

Last February Christine Doan, archivist for the Sisters of the Presentation in San Francisco, donated papers documenting the participation of Sister Patricia Marie Mulpeters in the Leadership Conference of Women Religious. Since we serve as the archival repository for LCWR, we were happy to receive these papers. In March Alice...

News – Summer and Fall 2008

News – Summer and Fall 2008

Last July we received the Walter Ufer Papers from Dean Porter, Professor Emeritus of Art, Art History, and Design, and former director of the Snite Museum of Art on the Notre Dame campus. Walter Ufer (1876-1936) was an American artist associated with Taos, New Mexico; he is known for his...