The collection centers around Dominican Brother Edward Paul Doyle’s military service as a World War II U.S. Army Chaplain, participation in the 104th Infantry Division liberation of the Nazi concentration camp at Nordhausen, Germany, and attendance at Holocaust remembrance events during the 1980s and 1990s.
The collection contains materials relating to national and state campaign elections and conventions, including a wide assortment of memorabilia and private correspondence between party officials and approximately 200 prominent Democrats from the 1930's-1970's.
The collection of Anastase Andreivich Vonsiatsky, self-appointed leader of a Russian fascist group which operated in America, and his wife Marion Buckingham Ream, heiress to the Norman Bruce Ream fortune, consists of their personal correspondence, books, newspapers, legal documents, pamphlets, photographs, phonograph records, and printing blocks.
This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, illustrations, and newsclippings accquired by Charles Welsh while he was the managing editor of the ten volume anthology Irish Literature (1904). Welsh saved these materials by loosely inserting them into his personal copy of the anthology.