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Published by [s.n. in Notre Dame, Ind .
Written in English


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Includes index.

Statementcomp. by Gregory Gerrer
ContributionsGerrer, Gregory, 1867-
The Physical Object
Pagination181 p. :
Number of Pages181
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24652920M
OCLC/WorldCa9020958

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This catalogue describes the manuscripts newly acquired and discovered, updates bibliographical information, and corrects the errors in previous descriptions. The previous catalogue was James Corbett, Catalogue of the Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts of the University of Notre Dame (University of Notre Dame Press, ). Gerrer, Gregory. Catalogue of the Whitman Memorial Art Gallery. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame. pp. 19, As early as , the Wightman Memorial Art Gallery at University Library was used for art exhibitions. In , O'Shaughnessy the catalogue number CG and the upper half in the Rochester Memorial Art Gallery. NOTRE DAME'S MEMENTOS OF AMERICA'S FIGHTING IRISH in Wightman Memorial Art Gallery at Notre Dame. (Story on page 16) begin looking over a catalogue now. There are many interesting things in the catalogue besides a list of classes. The University offers many. The Snite Museum of Art provides opportunities to enjoy, respond to, learn from, and be inspired by original works of art. As a department of the University of Notre Dame, the Museum supports teaching and research, creates and shares knowledge, celebrates diversity through the visual arts, serves the local community, and explores spiritual dimensions of art.

Catalogue of the Wightman Memorial Art Gallery in the library of the University of Notre Dame. by Wightman Memorial Art Gallery (Notre Dame, Ind.); Gerrer, Gregory, texts. eye favorite 0 comment 0. Natasha Lyandres supervises the Rare Books and Special Collections Department and the Architecture Library. She is also curator of Russian and East European Studies collections at Notre Dame. Before joining the Hesburgh Libraries, Natasha was a special projects librarian at the Hoover Institution Library and Archives, Stanford University, and a. As early as , the Wightman Memorial Art Gallery at University Library was used for art exhibitions. In , O'Shaughnessy Hall, home of the Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters, was equipped with galleries. During the s, Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović was in residence at the University, working in the eponymous Meštrović nates: 41°41′58″N 86°14′06″W / °N . On November 9, , Notre Dame’s third professional museum director, Chuck Loving, and his staff, celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Snite Museum of Art. During to , The Snite Museum of Art emerged from an all-too-often-expressed “the best kept secret” reputation, earning its place among the elite of university art museums.