Contains index cards for delegates to Georgetown's 150th (Sesquicentennial) Anniversary celebrations. There are two runs of cards arranged alphabetically, one by name of institution, the other by name of delegate.
Programs, tickets, flyers, and other material relating to 175th Anniversary celebrations. Includes programs from: honorary degree ceremony for Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie; Founders' Day 1964, with honorary degree citations for Franklin Clark Fry, Francis J. Heyden, S.J., and Robert M. Hutchins, Hugh H. Hussey, Barbara Ward, and Hyman G. Rickover; and presidential inauguration of Gerard Campbell, S.J.
Coverage of both trials and Olympic matches. Includes references to Coach John Thompson, II, Charles Smith, and Alonzo Mourning.
Includes event program, invitation, text of address by President Timothy S. Healy, S.J., commemorative bookplate ("A Gift to the Georgetown University Library on the occasion of the acquisition of its 1,000,000th volume 1983. Presented by"), and material re arrangements.
Contains material re arrangements for Africa symposium held in the Hall of Nations, March 24, 1959. Symposium was sponsored by The International Relations Enquiry of Georgetown University and Editors of Holiday. Much of the correspondence present is with Graduate School Dean John M. Daley, S.J.
Typed lists of alumni broken down by state and by country. The lists are further broken down by town. Addresses, occupations, and dates of graduation are given for each alum listed. Alums from the 1880s to the 1920s are included.
Containing the Description of the Observatory and the Description and Use of the Transit Instrument, and Meridian Circle. New York, Edward Dunigan & Brother. 151 Fulton Street [two copies].
Includes drawings of south elevation, plan of ground floor, section from west to east, and transit instrument.
One volume with the history and proceedings of the Society which, according to Francis Barnum's Stray Notes, was "merely a burlesque affair gotten up by the Scholastics in 1863. As the name implies it encouraged Bores and Boring. Its Patrons were St. Borgia and Brian Boru . . . discussions were held over the most nonsensical subjects, such as a research on what really constituted the difference between Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee . . ."
Monthly arts newsletter.
Ledger 1: Letter press copy book, 1902-1905 (with carbons of outgoing correspondence). Alphabetical index by correspondent is included at front.
Ledger 2: Minute Book,1905-1909. Handwritten.
Box 2 Prep Athletic Association accounts, 1907-1908 and 1915.
Includes: football, November 29th 1906 [Thanksgiving football game] - Georgetown 16, George Washington 6; Orange Bowl Silver Anniversary football, Miami 1959; Lacrosse 40th Anniversary baseball caps; Crew 50th Anniversary glasses and pin, 2008; basketball memorabilia; 2 baseball gloves [one marked: Georgetown Athletic Association - Bill Johnson]; two mounted fencing foils and face masks; golf team polo shirt.