Consists almost entirely of correspondence; reports and nominal lists comprise the balance of the materials. Divided into series that reflect all of the Vice-President's main areas of responsibility and that include records documenting Mulcaire's work as an arbitrator of coal company-union disputes in Indiana as well as some strictly personal correspondence. Most of the materials in the Employment and Accounts series are letters from or about individual students. Under Athletics there are quite a number of pre Mulcaire files (variously dating between 1922 and 1928) whose original relation to Mulcaire's files cannot now bepositively determined.
Originally arranged alphabetically by folder title within three multi-year runs; now organized into series and then classified into correspondence, document, and subject files. General correspondence files are arranged by initial letter of the correspondent's surname and then in reverse chronological order. Annotated box/folder inventory and index available.
Financial correspondence and reports reporting credit extensions to students, defaults in payments, student employment, and changes in the employment status of individual students.
Simply one letter seemingly irrelevant to Council activities.
Correspondence with parents of students, friends of the university, and the general public. There is also a small amount of correspondence with persons directly associated with the university. The majority of the letters concern admissions, student accounts and other student affairs, and football tickets: the rest concern topics as diverse as the selection of a thesis topic, Rockne's death, the cost of road pavement, and strategies for coping with the depression.
A blueprint of the University's "chain of command".
Correspondence and lists concerning the assignments of priests at Notre Dame to serve mass at various parishes in the region during Christmas, Easter, the summer, or regularly every sunday.
Concerned entirely with graduation caps & gowns.
Concerns jewelry and christmas card sales on campus.
Correspondence, primarily with the athletics officials of other schools, friends of the University, and others interested in Notre Dame football, concerning all aspects of the Notre Dame football program. Arranged roughly in alphabetical order. Additional letters concerning athletics -- mainly the distribution of football tickets -- are filed in the General Office series under General Correspondence.