This collection contains the correspondence between Hilaire Belloc and the James Murray Allison family for the time period 1918-1941. Much of the correspondence in this collection has to do with the column Belloc contributed to "Land and Water," a periodical founded by James Murray Allison to cover aspects of the war efforts during WWI.
Letters, manuscripts, printed source material and photographs relating to Hilaire Belloc and G.K. Chesterton.
Correspondence between Hilaire Belloc and Emma Pescatore.
The Berkofsky Papers are composed of correspondence and legal documents from Twining Vs. Berkofsky, a legal case spanning from 1975 to 1977 over the copyright of Max Bruch's Duo Piano Concerto in G minor with Orchestra Opus 88a.
Contains files from Bicentennial Director Charles Currie, S.J. and cover aspects of planning for the year-long celebration and include material on the planning and development of events, day to day administration of staff and projects, and fundraising, among other topics. Currie was appointed Bicentennial Director in 1986. The role ended in the fall of 1989 following the Bicentennial closing activities.
Slideshow on Georgetown history prepared by University Archivist Jon K. Reynolds.