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Robert F. Wagner papers: Washington-New York Mail

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Identifier: GTM-491023-WNY
Scope and contents note Correspondence between Wagner's Washington and New York offices, mostly about contituent requests. Arranged roughly by year.

Robert F. Wagner papers: Yellows File

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Identifier: GTM-491023-YS
Scope and contents note Second copies of outgoing correspondence.

Robert M. Wagner Papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-040901
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Robert Wagner Papers consist of eight documents, mostly correspondence between Wagner and U.S. presidents. In the collection, there is a photo of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter and a letter from Wagner to Carter, a letter from Sarah Churchill, a signature and speech by William J. Clinton, a telegram from Richard M. Nixon, and an invitation and inaugural ticket both signed by Harry S Truman. The Robert Wagner Papers provide source material relating to the career of Robert Wagner. The collection...

Bernard and Barbara Wall papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-840101
Scope and Contents note The Bernard and Barbara Wall Papers consists of correspondence, clippings and some ephemera. The material is mainly from three specific periods, and material from each period tends to focus on a specific subject. Material from 1933 to 1935 concerns the publication of Colosseum, that from 1946 to 1948 regards the publication of Changing World, and material from 1967 to 1973 generally regards the Latin Mass and various campaigns to change the Vatican's stance on it.The great majority...

Bernard and Barbara Wall Papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS332
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Bernard and Barbara Wall Papers: Part 2 contain correspondence and manuscripts of Bernard and Barbara Wall, two English Catholic intellectuals who had contact with the Pigotts Circle. Correspondents of the Walls include Tom Burns, Graham Greene, Vivien Greene, Harman Grisewood, Rene Hague, and Michael Richey. A manuscript by Bernard Wall entitled, "Aspects of Italian Civilisation" and manuscripts by Barbara Wall, such as her wartime diary dated 1940, her memoir of Rene Hague, and a draft...

Bernard Wall Papers

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Identifier: GTM-101201
Scope and contents note The Bernard Wall Papers highlight the life and career of Bernard Wall (1908-1974), a noted English Catholic intellectual. The collection contains a small run of photocopied letters from David Jones to Bernard Wall. Also, there is a large amount of correspondence from Bernard Wall to his parents dated 1916 to 1932 and to his wife Barbara Wall dated 1935 to 1973. Many autograph manuscripts and typed manuscripts by Bernard Wall are present in this archive. Parts of his diary are...

Waller Family papers

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Identifier: GTM-821117
Content Description Correspondence, notes, documents, photographs and news clippings concering the family of Sarah Louise Jones Waller, Washington, D.C. area socialite and wife of Absalom Waller, an attorney. The collection reflects Mrs. Waller's involvement in local clubs and social organizations, as well as her interest in Waller family genealogy.

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Edmund A. Walsh, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS239
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The papers of Fr. Walsh throw considerable light on most aspects of his exceptional career: as founder and guiding spirit of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service; as head of the Papal Relief Mission to Russia in the early 1920s; as president of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association; as a representative of the Catholic Church in Mexico; and as an extremely involved consultant at the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials. Significant correspondents include Herbert Hoover, J. Edgar...

Edmund A. Walsh, SJ Papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-090723
Scope and contents note The Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. Papers: Part 2 comprise the personal papers of the extraordinary Jesuit educator, author, and geopolitician Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. The collection includes a fine run of letters to his brother Fred V. Walsh regarding Fr. Walsh's travels in Europe and his experiences connected to his service as a special adviser at the Nuremberg war crimes trials after World War II. Also of interest is a group of postcards sent by Fr. Walsh from various locations in Europe. In...

John Briley Walsh papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS454
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The John Briley Walsh Papers date almost entirely from his student days at Georgetown and Woodstock College. They primarily consist of class material in the form of loose notes and notebooks, very few of which are dated (folders 3-44). In addition to documenting his academic training, the papers also contain items relating to his spiritual formation at Woodstock (folders 45-52). Also present, a fragment of correspondence from Bernard M. Lochboehler, a Jesuit writing from the Philippines...

Alexander Ward papers

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Identifier: GTM-850101
Scope and contents note The Alexander Ward Papers comprise fifteen autograph diaries of Alexander Ward from 1870 to 1889. The diaries begin while Ward is eighteen and trace his development from a wealthy youth working part-time in a factory to a wealthy land owner doing local magistracy work. The diaries offer us an interesting perspective on the day to day life of a country squire during his early years before his marriage in 1895. The entries are written in a "matter-of-fact" style, often with little commentary. A...

Barbara Ward (Baroness Jackson) papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS211
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Through her many books and lectures, and as an adviser to statesmen, British economist Barbara Ward (later Baroness Jackson of Lodsworth) influenced the thinking of a generation in such matters as aid to underdeveloped countries, the global environment, and the plight of the world's poor. Her papers deal with these and similar concerns, and consist of correspondence, diaries, and manuscripts, including those of Only One Earth (1972) and Progress for a Small Planet (1979). Besides letters by...

James A. Ward, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS007
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Rev. James A. Ward, S.J. Papers largely consist of devotional material along with diaries, pedagogical materials, and letters concerning administration of Washington Seminary.

Paul C. Warnke papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS440
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Although Ambassador Paul C. Warnke's official papers are at the Johnson Presidential Library, this collection documents the controversy that preceded his confirmation as Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and as a principal U.S. negotiator of the SALT II treaty. Most importantly the collection portrays his continuing role in the non-government arms control movement. There is much on Democratic presidential campaigns, the Vietnam War, and the legal culture of Washington, D.C. It...

Paul C. Warnke papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS337
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Paul C. Warnke Papers: Part 2 consist of material regarding the career of Paul C. Warnke. Included in the collection are document lists, files concerning Warnke's government service, documents related to the organizations to which Warnke belonged, texts of some of Warnke's oral presentations, publications, and a limited amount of correspondence to and from Warnke. The Paul C. Warnke Papers: Part 2 supplement the more extensive Paul C. Warnke Papers [Part 1] also preserved in the Georgetown...

Gary Wasserman Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS441
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Gary Wasserman Papers consist of the research materials amassed by Gary Wasserman for his book entitled, "Politics of Decolonization: Kenya Europeans and the Land Issue, 1960-1965" (London: Cambridge University Press, 1976). This collection contains a small amount of Wasserman's correspondence with individuals, such as John W. Harbeson, Michael Blundell, and N.S. Carey-Jones. Also included is a series of Wasserman's notebooks covering various topics about Kenya. In addition, there are a...

Evelyn Waugh - Handasyde Buchanan collection

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Identifier: GTM-820103
Scope and contents note The collection consists of letters and postcards from Evelyn Waugh to bookseller Handasyde Buchanan, concerning books the former wished to acquire or sell.

Evelyn Waugh - Mary Lygon Collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS294
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Evelyn Waugh - Mary Lygon Letters consist of over eighty letters sent from English Catholic novelist Evelyn Waugh to his close friend Lady Mary Lygon. Providing good documentary material about Waugh's life, the letters discuss mutual friends, travel, and other aspects of Waugh's life. The letters are contained in 83 archival folders in one archival box (0.5 linear feet).

Evelyn Waugh - Leonard Russell collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS144
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Waugh-Russell collection consists of a series of postcards and letters from Waugh to Leonard Russell (1906-1974), assistant director and literary editor of the Sunday Times since 1944. The collection describes their business relationship between 1952 and 1965, when Waugh wrote literary reviews and articles for the paper. In turn, Russell published selections of Waugh's books. As a case in point, the collection includes a typed manuscript (carbon) and the corrected proofs of four...

Gustave A. Weigel, SJ, papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS65
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Gustave A. Weigel, S.J. Papers are part of the Archives of Woodstock College, housed in the Special Collections Division of Georgetown University's Lauinger Library. The papers document Weigel's career from high school through his death in 1964. Of special interest are the many pieces pertaining to the politics and culture of Latin America, and particularly of Chile, where Weigel lived for 10 years. He was also deeply concerned with the issues of ecumenism and intellectual life among...

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Committee To Investigate Assassinations. National Committee To Investigate Assassinations. CTIA (1968-1975) 4
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 1
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Bumbry, Grace, 1937- 1