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In 1896 he readily accepted an invitation to join the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, a prominent veterans' organization for Union officers. ), the largest veterans' organization in the country. He also began to acquire Irish Brigade artifacts, including one of the 63rd New York's green battle flags, for display at Notre Dame. 32 31John Finn to Corby, March 6, 1896; James D. Brady to Corby, January 16, 1896; Charles Grainger to Corby, February 17, 1895; P. J. Boland to Corby, June 26, 1893, Corby Papers, PAC.
Some wrote to praise the memoirs, so different from the everyday war literature, blood and thunder. Others wanted to let Corby know how fondly he was remembered by the men of the brigade. James Brady, former adjutant of 30Ave Maria 36 (June 3, 1893): 6078; publication notice with testimonials on Memoirs of Chaplain Life by Very Rev. W. C. in Corby Collection, UNDA; Notre Dame Scholastic 26 (June 24, 1893): 661. Page xxiv the 63rd New York, confided that he often heard so many of our boys speak of you with tears in their eyes.
With only a few brief absences for illness, he accompanied them through all their major campaigns, from the Peninsula to the Siege of Petersburg. Finally, in September of 1864, Father Sorin called him home. C. priests, so Corby resigned his commission and made his way back to Indiana. Yet he could not stay away. 18 Back to Notre Dame After the war, William Corby once again turned his attention to the University of Notre Dame. Father Sorin, whose energies were increasingly devoted to higher levels of religious administration, began to turn the reins of the University over to younger men.