The collection consists of 3 letters by or about Thomas Antisell all addressed to Presidents of Georgetwon University. The collection also includes some notes, manuscripts and tracings by Antisell mainly concerning geology in California and copies of addresses given by Antisell at the graduation of the Medical Department of Georgetown University.
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A collection of 10 autograph letters, dating between 1822 and 1848, addressed to the longtime American consul in London, Col. Thomas Aspinwall. They are from several prominent Americans and Englishmen seeking Aspinwall's assistance in a variety of matters.
The Kenneth Atchity - Denise Levertov Collection primarily consists of correspondence and manuscripts. There is a series of letters from Levertov to Atchity dated 1979-1980 and a few letters from Atchity to Levertov. The manuscripts comprise poems, journals, and notes.
Personal papers of Rose Marie Audette, a graduate of Georgetown University, College of Arts and Sciences, Class of 1981..
Folder 1. Senior thesis, Georgetown University, 1981. Title: "Everything in Moderation: Social Activism and University Reform, Georgetown University, 1960-1970."
Folders 2-11. Files pertaining to Community Action Coalition, a Georgetown University student organization.
Letters, notebooks, and clippings relating to Barber's work in missions in New England and to his conversion and that of his wife, Jerusha, to Catholicism.
The Barnes Collection is the photographic morgue file of the Barnes Company, which specialized in the production of albums reproducing the faces and giving capsule biographies of members of Congress during the latter part of the nineteenth century. The collection includes 501 imperial carte de visite photographs, principally of members of Congress from 1872 to 1876, many of the photographs being embellished by added signatures trimmed from letters or other documents.