Father John Cavanaugh Address
Manuscripts & Rare Books Division
Indiana State Library
Processed by: Jamie Dunn, June 2013
Father John W. Cavanaugh, C.S.C., was born May 21, 1870, in Leetonia, Ohio, to Patrick and Elizabeth Cavanaugh. He attended Holy Cross Seminary at the University of Notre Dame, becoming a member of the Congregation of the Holy Cross. Cavanaugh taught at St. Joseph’s College in Cincinnati until 1892, at which time he returned to Notre Dame as an English professor. He was ordained a priest in 1894, but continued to work at Notre Dame. In 1905, Cavanaugh became president of Notre Dame, a position which he held until 1919. After he stepped down as president, he continued to work as an English professor and to have speaking engagements throughout the United States. Cavanaugh died March 22, 1935, in Notre Dame, Indiana.
Information found within collection
Finding aid. John W. Cavanaugh Papers. University of Notre Dame Archives.
This collection contains a transcript of a speech given by Cavanaugh to the Northern Indiana Teachers’ Association about 1914. Cavanaugh speaks primarily about the importance of religion in education and civic life.
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Folder and Item Listing:
ca. 1914 Transcript of Cavanaugh address
Size of Collection: 1 folder
Collection Dates: ca. 1914
Provenance: Purchased 1970
Access: The Collection is Open for Research Use
Reproduction Rights: Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscripts and Rare Books Division, Indiana State Library.
Language: Materials are entirely in: English
MA BA 7-12-2013