Includes flyers, emailed University notices, print-outs from preparedness.georgetown.edu, Interim H1N1 Workplace Guidelines, and Lauinger Library's Business Continuity Plan.
Apparently made by Hamilton Manufacturing Company to publicize their work in equipping dental schools across the country. Pictured are clinics/equipment at the University of Washington, University of Michigan, University of Tennessee, and Ohio State University.
For male students.
For women students. The ca. 1951-52 and 1959 editions were published by the Nursing School.
Brass plaques from the cannons in front of Healy Hall. Inscription reads: "Brought to Maryland by Lord Baltimore's colony, ca. 1634. Raised from St. Mary's River, 1824. Removed from St. Inigoes to Georgetown College, 1885. Mounted by Col. Georgeown C. Reid, U.S.M.C., 1900."
The postal card was issued for Georgetown's Bicentennial, January 23, 1989. This collection includes multiple postcards (including two examples in presentation cover given to President Timothy S. Healy, S.J.), material re the work of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Stamp; and material re arrangements for the First Day of Issue ceremonies.
Contains album with views of buildings, grounds, and students at Heythrop College, London. Included, programs from two student plays.
Contains printed material relating to the Hmong Youth Conference held at Georgetown, April 4-6, 1996. Includes workshop descriptions. Also includes cassette tape of speech given by fomer CIA Director William E. Colby at the Hmong Youth Conference held at Georgetown, April 5, 1996.
Book: History of Holy Trinity Parish, Washington, D.C., 1795-1945 by Rev. Laurence J. Kelly, S.J., on the Occasion of the Sesquicentennial Celebration, November 4 to 11, 1945. John D. Lucas Printing Company, Baltimore, Md. With inscription: "Presented to the Archives by Rev. Laurence J. Kelly, S.J.
Video tape [VHS]: Holy Trinity Catholic Church: A Visual History. TRT: 48:38. Copyright 1999 Frank Productions, Inc.
Contains memos and photocopies of clippings sent to Georgetown University Hospital Administrators H. Joseph Curl and John F, Imirie, Jr. Includes clippings re labor movement in hospitals.
Material re relief for Hungarian refugees in the Washington, D.C. area, particularly those who enrolled at Georgetown University. Includes material re language training and scholarships. Present is: Hungarian Refugee Students and United States Colleges and Universities - A Progress Report on the Emergency Program to Aid Hungarian University Students in the United States, October 1956-February 1957 by Committee on Educational Interchange Policy, March 1957.
Contains undated, handwritten infirmary poem: "To number eighteen the poor student repairs, And anon Brother Richard comes stalking up the stairs . . . " and infirmary charts from the influenza epidemic of 1918.
Contains material re Institute which was established to "study the history, culture, the political, social, and economic development, the racial and linguistic characteristics of all the nations and peoples which were forcibly incorporated into the Soviet Communist orbit" (from letter from Director Tibor Kerekes to Congressman Michael A. Feighan, December 11, 1956). Includes papers and publications.
Collection of unpublished philosophy lectures given at Georgetown College during the academic year 1834-1835 by John Stephen Gabaria. Lectures were transcribed by one of his students, Richard D. Cutts and appear to cover topics of logic and metaphysics. Handwritten text is in Latin.