Premier Cab Association Sightseeing Guide Book [includes Washington, D.C., Georgetown, Arlington, Alexandria, Mount Vernon, and Annapolis], 1940.
Historic Washington, D.C., 1948. Published by the Columbia Historical Society.
Mount Vernon handbook, 1948. Published by Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union.
Georgetown: 1751 to the present by Donald Stetson Davis in collaboration with Scott Hart, 1965.
Includes flyers, pamphlets, and newspaper cartoons on political themes, most not specific to Georgetown, collected by a Georgetown graduate student, 1967-1972. Much concerns the Vietnam War. Also included: Inaugural Souvenir for President Richard M. Nixon, January 20, 1969, compliments of the Washington Bible College.
One ledger with material re exhibitions, 1850 and 1851. Programs, a prospectus, and regulations are glued to first pages. A note at the beginning reads: "The contents of this Book have been collected for the use of those who may hereafter be charged with the laborious task of superintending the exhibitions of this institution . . . Some of the speeches have been written by the teacher, some by the students, and some selected from books . . ."
Contains three notebooks: "Notes on Epistemology by Rev. John Toohey, S.J." (copyright date 1917, 1915, and 1925, with handwritten date of January 1930); "Notes on Psychology and Natural Philosophy, Senior Class", 1930; and "Outline of the Philosophy of Education: Pedagogy as a Science", no date. All three books have the name "William G. McEvitt" written on their covers.
Of Healy Hall, Healy Hall and the main gates, Dalhgren Chapel, Copley Hall, Old South, Observatory, White-Gravenor, and Old South.
Includes the final report of the Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation to the President of Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University, 2016), as well as print-outs of press coverage of issues surrounding Georgetown University and slavery, Jesuits and slavery, and the release of the report.
Metal plaque with flip-up "pages". With lists of: Charter Members - organized 1934- William N. Cogan, Daniel L. Flynn, Howard J. Newton, Sterling V. Mead, Anthony G. Miller, Roy Glezen, Doran S. Thorn, George M. Budlong, Stephen C. Hopkins; Faculty Members 1934-1976; Alumni Members; and Officers.