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Wilson Dizard, Jr. Papers

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Identifier: GTM-030101
Collection Level Scope and Contents note The bulk of this collection deals with the U.S. Information Agency (USIA) and communications.

Lev E. Dobriansky papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS447
Scope and Contents The Lev Dobriansky Papers comprise the personal papers of economist, educator, and diplomat Lev E. Dobriansky, who taught at Georgetown University from 1948 to 1986 and served as director of the Institute on Political and Economic Systems at Georgetown University from 1970 to 1986. The papers include personal correspondence; printed materials; and documents about the Fund for American Studies, the University Club, the Victims of Communism Memorial, and the National Captive Nations Committee.

Thomas Dodd, Jr. Papers

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Identifier: GTM-140516
Scope and Contents The Thomas Dodd, Jr. Papers contain biographical materials, speeches, chronological files, photographs, and newspaper clippings that detail the life of Thomas Dodd Jr. (b. 1935), U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay from 1993 to 1997 and U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica from 1997 to 2001. Of great importance are the chronological files which essentially serve as personal diaries maintained by Dodd Jr. to record his daily diplomatic experiences. The speeches cover mostly his time in Uruguay and Costa Rica....

Otto Donner Papers

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Identifier: GTM-001003
Scope and Contents Note The Otto Donner Papers contain materials by and about Otto Donner (1902-1981), a noted economist who served as an economics professor at Georgetown University and a public official at the International Bank of Reconstruction and Development and the International Monetary Fund. Correspondence, manuscripts by Donner, subject files, publications by Donner, and publications by others are present in the Donner Papers. Correspondents include Otmar Emminger, Wilfried Guth, and Heinrich Kronstein. ...

John E. Dooley, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS49
Collection-level Scope and Content Note John Dooley, SJ was born July 12, 1842 in Richmond, VA. He began studies at Georgetown College in 1856. During the time Dooley was at Georgetown, sectional feeling was on the rise; by 1858, in fact, he belonged to a Cadet company formed on campus by Southern students. He attained the rank of Second Lieutenant. Though still at Georgetown when war broke out, by early 1862 he left the College in order to fight for the Confederacy. In August of 1862, Dooley enlisted as a private in D Company, First...

William R. Downs papers

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Identifier: GTM-780127
Scope and Contents The William Downs papers. Provenance: Gift of Mrs. Downs, November 1978. Extent: 12 linear feet Dates Covered: 1929-1977The papers of William R. Downs consist of correspondence, broadcast scripts, clippings, memorabilia, a scrapbook, films, records, photographs, and network election handbooks, pertaining to his career in journalism and broadcast journalism, and to his school years. They are arranged chronologically.Of special interest to the researcher are the...

Charles Daniel Drake Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS279
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Charles Daniel Drake Papers consist of scrapbooks containing articles about the early portion of Drake's political career and some of his literary writings. The collection is contained in 2 boxes (2.25 linear feet). The first scrapbook focuses on the political climate of the day during the early part of Drake's political career. Much coverage is given to the activities of the Whig party in and around St. Louis, Missouri. Of note are articles about the elections of 1840 and 1848 and...

Edward A. Drake papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS85
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Edward A. Drake Papers are primarily comprised of correspondence by officials of the Panama Railroad Company (mostly dating from 1905 through 1927), and by notable Panamanian politicians and government ministers (total of 62 folders). Content is personal with some references to Panamanian political events of the time, as well as to the railroad business. An additional eight folders include a few personal letters by Edward Drake; condolence letters written to Drake's wife, Jeanette Louise,...

Cuthbert Druitt papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS272
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The collection contains 13 letters written by Midshipman Cuthbert Druitt while he was stationed with the Royal Navy at Plymouth, England and Montreal, Canada. Also included is one letter written by Captain Cochran along with Druitt's Certificate of Health.

ABBREVIATIONS: ALS - Autograph Letter Signed

Roscoe Drummond papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS208
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and other materials comprise the papers of this famous syndicated Washington columnist for (at various times) Christian Science Monitor, New York Herald Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times. The collection includes, in the form of clippings, a substantial number of Drummond's columns, together with correspondence from W. Averell Harriman, J. Edgar Hoover, Lyndon Johnson, Alf Landon, Dean Rusk, and Wendell Willkie, among others.

Marie Therese Dubalen - Nancy Corson Carter Collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS303
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Marie Therese Dubalen - Nancy Corson Carter Collection documents some of the writings of French Jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin in their original French. The collection contains 14 mimeographs by Teilhard and includes several essay-length versions of his famous "Le Milieu Divin." The Teilhard mimeographs are arranged in alphabetical order. There is also a bit of supplementary material to round out the collection, including obituaries of Teilhard and newspaper clippings about him. The...

Etienne Dubuisson - William Feiner collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS50
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Rev. Stephen Larigaudelle Dubuisson (b. Santo Domingo, 1786, d . France, 1863) and Rev. William Feiner (b. in Poland, date unknown, d. Georgetown,1829) both served as Rectors of Georgetown in the 1820s and made entries in one of the letterbooks in this collection. Because each left little else except the Georgetown administrative material, the collections are grouped. From Dubuisson there are three or four letters or sheets pertaining to students at Georgetown, and there are three bound...

A. Adgate Duer papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS320
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The collection contains 35 letters written by Andrew Adgate "Ad" Duer to his sweetheart, Margaret "Madge" Lewis Marshall, in the years 1871 and 1872. During these two years Duer was traveling and doing business for the Baltimore Hardware Company, John Duer and Sons, est. 1820. Most of the letters were written from Baltimore; other cities include New Orleans, Memphis and Davenport. Madge was living at Spring Dale, the Barton family home near Winchester, Virginia. She would sometimes visit for...

William H. Duncan, SJ, papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS52

William O. Dundas collection

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Identifier: GTM-710820

Bonte and Gustavo Duran Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS291
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Bonte and Gustavo Duran Papers consist of 28 letters, mostly sent from Bonte Duran, sister of Catherine Walston, to her husband Gustavo Duran, with frequent mentions of novelist Graham Greene. Several letters were written by Greene, and a few by Catherine Walston. The letters discuss the affair between Greene and Walston, travel, and various acquaintances. The Bonte and Gustavo Duran Papers are contained in one archival box (0.25 linear feet).

Leopoldo Duran papers

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Identifier: GTM-110727
Collection-level Scope and Contents note Correspondence from Graham Greene to Leopoldo Duran (1964-1990). Includes correspondence from Vivien Greene, Hugh Greene (brother) and Elizabeth Dennys (sister). Of note is a common place book containing autograph entries by Greene. A gift from Duran whose intention was for Greene to jot down notes about his readings and thoughts. Nicknamed "the Picasso" by Duran who conceived the idea after a visit to the Picasso Museum in Antibes. Additionally, the collection includes autograph diaries kept...

Miles P. DuVal, Jr. Papers

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Identifier: GTM-761124
Scope and Contents Note The Miles P. DuVal, Jr. Papers comprise the personal papers of Miles P. DuVal (1896-1989), an American naval officer who was an expert on the Panama Canal. The bulk of the collection consists of files maintained by DuVal about the Panama Canal, including correspondence, subject files, and manuscripts. Many of the manuscripts were written by DuVal while some were written by other individuals. Some attention is given to DuVal's navy career. DuVal's journals are also present. The collection...

Alfred Earle (Bishop of Marlborough) papers

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Identifier: GTM-860131
Collection-level Scope and Contents note The papers of Rt. Rev. Alfred Earle (1827-1918), consist of correspondence, manuscripts, documents, photographs and related printed ephemera, regarding Earle's remarkable career. The papers include material from his early days as a student in Oxford, to his appointments first as Bishop of Marlborough ( 1888-1900) and later as Dean of Exeter (1900-1918). The collection comprises 1.5 linear feet of material, and it is organized chronologically in three boxes with a total of thirty-six folders....

Samuel Ebling papers

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Identifier: GTM-830120
Scope and Contents Certificates of U.S. Department of State consular appointments signed by various U.S. secretaries of state, as well as presidents of U.S. and other countries. Post and date of appointment noted. Arranged by document signatory.

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