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Lester Bernstein papers

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Identifier: GTM-860501
Scope and Contents note The Lester Bernstein Papers consist of a diary written by Bernstein from July 21 to December 31 1899, part of the period in which he worked for the Isthmian Canal Commission (ICC). The remaining materials are lists pertaining to the hiring and placement of local men to work for the ICC. Lester Bernstein was one of the men sent to Nicaragua to survey for canals. From his diary it can be discerned that he hired, supervised, and distributed the native workmen, helped build and/or...

Paul F. Betz Wordsworth and English Literature collection

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Identifier: GTM-141121
Scope and Contents Paul F. Betz, Professor of English, received his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1965, taught at Georgetown University until 2007, and remains active as a Wordsworth scholar and in University affairs. His extensive collection of English literature is centered on the Wordsworth circle, but extends to English Romantic poetry in general, to the literature of the English Lake District, and to other late eighteenth century and nineteenth century poetry. Less central elements reflect Betz's interest...

Biddle Family letters

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS252
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Biddle Family Letters comprises the third part of the Biddle Family Papers and is organised into three series: 1. Francis Biddle and Katherine Biddle correspondence exchanged between 1912 and 1968. Of particular interest are the very early "courtship" letters from Katherine Biddle before her marriage to Francis Biddle; and the correspondence (primarily from her) sent in late 1945 to 1946 when Francis Biddle served on the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. 2. George Biddle...

Francis B. Biddle papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS251
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection consists of the personal papers of former U.S. attorney general Francis Biddle. It is one of three portions comprising the larger collection of the Biddle Family Papers that include the papers of his wife, Katherine Biddle* and a series of family correspondence. (* See separate finding aids.) Of interest are lengthy correspondence files relating to Biddle's appointments as judge of the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (1939); U.S. attorney general (1941); and...

Katherine Biddle papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS250
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The papers of Katherine Biddle are organized into nine series: 1. Individuals - Correspondence with notable individuals, including composers, musicians, poets and writers (see biographical note below for a list of names). 2. Alphabetical correspondence - Frequent correspondents, arranged by name. 3. Chronological correspondence - Arranged alphabetically by year. 4. Literary associations, publications and publishers - Related correspondence files. Of particular note are files relating to the...

Richard Billings papers

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Identifier: GTM-710103
Scope and Contents Correspondence, reports, memoranda, statements, interviews, news releases, photographs, and newspaper clippings concerning the Garrison investigation of the Kennedy assassination as covered by Richard Billings, reporter for Life Magazine, 1967-1968.

Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.

Davidson Black - William Diller Matthew collection

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Identifier: GTM-931227
Scope and Contents note The Black-Matthew Collection consists of 19 transcribed letters between Davidson Black and William Diller Matthew, with 1 letter from Black to Herbert M. Evans regarding the above letters, from 1929 to 1932. The letters are arranged in 20 folders and contained in one box.Much of the correspondence between Black and Matthew regards contemporary theories surround Java Man, Sinanthropus, and Piltdown man, including Matthew's theores of how climate may have affected early man's...

William P. Blatty papers

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Identifier: GTM-730327
Content Description Typed manuscripts, galley proofs for novels and screenplays.

Robert Woods Bliss collection

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Identifier: GTM-761028
Scope and Contents note Pamphlets, printed documents, transcripts, maps, and newspaper clippings assembled by Robert Woods Bliss. The material pertains chiefly to the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, with a number of the documents dealing specifically with Russia. Bliss (1875-1962), career diplomat, was stationed at the American embassy in Paris as secretary and counselor from 1912-1920.

Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.

Edward W. Bodnar, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-120731
Scope and content note Series I includes only works by Edward Bodnar, whether originally authored by Bodnar or translated by him. The series contains multiple drafts of many of these works, from first draft tentative "sense-translations" to final drafts. The card catalogs included in the series also contain photographs of manuscripts found in many of the archives listed. Series II includes not only copies of Ciriaco manuscripts, but also Bodnar's notes on them, meticulously organized by archive, then by...

Boggs Family papers

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Identifier: GTM-861226
Scope and Contents The Boggs Family Papers comprise twenty-one letters, two photographs and four pieces of related materials. Eleven of the letters were written by William R. Boggs, and ten of these were to his brother and sister, Maggie and Adam Boggs, while he was in the Union Army from 1863 - 1865. (Note: The William R. Boggs whose letters are in this Collection should not be confused with the Confederate Brigadier General of the same name.) There are two photographs of William Boggs and they appear to date...

Margaret Bonds papers

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Identifier: GTM-130530
Scope and Contents note Music manuscripts, correspondence and ephemera including correspondence from Langston Hughes.

Eugene G. Boss collection of Lincolniana

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Identifier: GTM-560901
Scope and Contents The Eugene G. Boss collection of Lincolniana contains ephemera about Abraham Lincoln. The collection includes engravings, prints, letters, photographs, objects, newspaper clippings, and books. The documents focus on Lincoln's political career. Some original letters signed by Lincoln were transferred to the Presidential Autographs collection, a separate manuscripts collection.

Lloyd Wheaton Bowers papers

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Identifier: GTM-741001
Scope and content note The bulk of Bowers' correspondence deals with inquiries pertaining to government positions and appointments, especially relating to the federal judgeship for the Chicago district. Some of the cases discussed in the correspondence are: Barber & Moon Lumber Company Case; New York Harbor Pollution Case; and the Montana lands, Bureau of Insular Affairs, War Department. Bowers' correspondence, of a semi-official nature, encompasses the year 1909-1910. The bulk of the correspondence deals with...

Helen King Boyer collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS257
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Helen King Boyer Collection includes the personal papers of Zachariah T. Miller (1847-1913), who was attached to the 61st Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment under General Carl Schurz during the American Civil War and later practiced homeopathic medicine in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; his daughter Louise Miller Boyer (1890-1976), a noted artist and pioneer screenwriter at Metro Pictures Corporation in the New York City film industry in 1918; his granddaughter Helen King Boyer (b. 1919), another...

Anna M. Brady papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS330
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Anna M. Brady Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, and photographs that document the career of Anna M. Brady, a Catholic journalist who for many years was the dean of the Vatican press corps, covering synods, papal conclaves, and the Second Vatican Council. There is much about those events and about the Catholic Intercontinental Press. Of note is an extensive run of correspondence of Felix Morlion, O.P. There are also some fine original photographs of Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul...

Peter R. Brady papers

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Identifier: GTM-880801
Scope and contents note Peter R. Brady [1825 - 1902], one of Arizona's leading pioneers, served his country on exploring expeditions as well as in local and state offices. His papers consist of correspondence, documents, photographs and clippings. Most of the correspondence in this collection is from Brady's sisters, Margaret and Mary Ellen, and their respective husbands, Edmund and Major B. B. French. Letters from these individuals provide a fascinating view of the country, and especially Washington, D.C., before,...

Breedin Family papers

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Identifier: GTM-800422
Scope and contents note The Breedin Family Papers, which include letters, manuscripts, and photographs, are comprised mainly of correspondence between various members of the Breedin and Singleton families from the 1850s to the 1870s. The bulk of the correspondence is addressed to members of the family of Enoch C. Breedin and Lucy Payne Singleton of Winchester, Virginia. Lucy Singleton Breedin was the daughter of General James Singleton and Judith Throckmorton Ball and the sister of James Washington Singletone. Much of...

John Hall Brett papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS216
Scope and Contents Note The John Hall Brett Papers comprise one (1) box containing letters regarding Brett's appointment to the position of manager of the Bank of Siam; miscellaneous financial materials relative to the Bank's affairs; and various photographs (including Dr. Sun Yat Sen; and two opium smokers) dating from the early 20th century depicting Far Eastern life. The photographs in this collection provide interested Asian scholars with a vivid representation of the life activities of various Far Eastern...

Goetz A. Briefs papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-820610
Scope and Contents The Goetz A. Briefs Papers comprise four (4) boxes. Box 1, Folders 1 to 7, comprises Briefs' correspondence from 1930 to 1974 and arranged chronologically. Magazine and newsclippings with Briefs' holograph notations and additions make up folders 8, 9, and 10 in Box 1. Georgetown University related materials are found in Box 1, Folder 11. Loose manuscript materials with holograph additions, corrections, and notations, some dated, are to be found in Folders 12 to 16, Box 1. Typewritten, usually...

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Committee To Investigate Assassinations. National Committee To Investigate Assassinations. CTIA (1968-1975) 4
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 1
Bensky, Roger-Daniel 1
Bent, George, 1843-1918 1
Bumbry, Grace, 1937- 1