The Rev. George Fenwick, SJ Papers contain some of Fr. Fenwick's poetry, sermons, correspondence, and educational reports.
Majority of material found within 1815-1855
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George Fenwick, SJ was born in Georgetown in 1801. He received his education at Georgetown College, and subsequently joined the Society of Jesus. Fr. Fenwick was one of the young American Jesuits selected to go to Rome in 1820; he spent much of that decade in Europe. Following his return to the United States, Fr. Fenwick took a position at Georgetown College, where he was to pass most of his career. The students at Georgetown College greatly admired Fr. Fenwick.
George Fenwick, SJ, papers, GTMGamms45, Georgetown University Library Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington D.C. https://findingaids.library.georgetown.edu/repositories/15/resources/10313 Accessed July 02, 2022.