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Powell, Donald T., Papers

Identifier: GTM-090109

Scope and Contents Note

Carbon copies of letters from Powell to Cleve McElroy, Bill Ryan, and Carl Schmidt. Included is typed manuscript for an unpublished novel by Powell, entitled, "The Dennings."


  • 1971 - 1985

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Biographical / Historical

Donald Thomas Powell was an American Catholic intellectual. He corresponded with prominent Catholics including Dorothy Day and Harry Sylvester; as well politicians such as Carl Schmitt. Donald Powell graduated from the Georgetown University Law School in 1920. He died in 1985


0.62 Linear Feet (1 Hollinger Document Case + 1 Slim Hollinger Document Case)

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Kathleen Powell Chiaruzzi, 2009.

Related Materials

Donald T. Powell received a Bachelor of Laws degree from Georgetown University in 1920. See also University Archives for possible related material.

See also related manuscripts collections: - Donald T. Powell papers 1, GTM - Donald T. Powell papers 2, GTM

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Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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