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Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

Contains material reflective of student life at Georgetown from 1969-1973. Includes Georgetown publications and flyers and other ephemera. Much relates to student activism, particularly protests against the Vietnam War. One folder relates to Professor Carroll Quigley and contains examinations, lecture outlines, and a cassette tape of lecture by Quigley in Gaston Hall.


  • From the Collection: 1969-1973


ID cards/Selected Service cards include PII. Redacted surrogates of these items will be provided.


From the Collection: 1.75 Linear Feet

Language of Materials


Container Summary

Includes: flyers re Three Sisters Bridge protests, anti-war protests, Student Strike 1970 (with letter from President Robert J. Henle,. S.J., to Georgetown Parents, May 26, 1970, explaining reasons for suspension of classes), Kent State shootings, and Georgetown Environmental Teach-In for first Earth Day celebration (with contact sheet of images of Birch Bayh and President Henle); black felt armband, "Bring All the GIs Home Now! smc"; "Not With My Life You Don't: A Georgetown Student handbook" by Georgetown Students for a Democratic Society (SDS); joint issue of The Hatchet, The Hoya, and The Eagle, November 17, 1969, re March Against Death; contact sheet showing Allard K. Lowenstein speaking on the porch of Old North and RNC Chair Rogers Morton speaking in Gaston Hall. Also Mr. Carmody's Selective Service cards and material re Students for John V. Lindsay campaign.

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Archives Repository

Lauinger Library, 5th Floor
37th and O Streets, N.W.
Washington DC 20057