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C. F. Chase Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS280
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The C.F. Chase Papers document the activities of C.F. Chase, an American mining engineer in Suan, Korea in the early 1900s. The papers consist of a ledger, unbound letters, and a few photographs. Over 130 pages in length, the ledger covers the financial side of Chase's life in Korea, and it shows the firms with which he transacted business. The ledger contains carbon copies of some of Chase's letters, which discuss the progress at the ore mine. Each page in the ledger is cataloged separately....

John Cheever - George McLoone collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS259
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection comprises correspondence between George McLoone, university professor and alumnus of Georgetown University, and John Cheever, the American writer. All of the correspondence takes place between the years of 1966-1974. Although most of the letters are brief in length, the correspondence between Cheever and McLoone are significant because of the insight they provide into the personal life of John Cheever. Many of the letters contain comments about Cheever's acquaintences and on...

Wilfrid Hugh Chesson Diaries

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS335
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Eleven composition-style notebooks constitute the W. H. Chesson Diaries, ten of which offer a record of the life of a man of letters living in a suburb of Edwardian London. Over the many entries dated between 1904 and 1934 a unique picture of this London emerges, as witnessed from the vantage of the familial, professional and mental life of Wilfrid Hugh Chesson. In these diaries Chesson kept record of his family life, correspondence, dreams, books and manuscripts he had read, and other...

Michel Chevalier papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS108
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The material in this collection reflects the consultation Michel Chevalier was requesting from a Minister, probably in Paris or a nearby capital, as to how he should approach Chamorro. This Minister was probably a Central American diplomat in Europe, possibly Peralta. The letter which Chevalier eventually sent to Chamorro is also in the collection. It seems clear that Chevalier's claims were so weak by the time of this correspondence that he would not receive his concession, which was rejected...

Robert S. Chilton, Jr. Papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS120
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Robert S. Chilton, Jr. Papers are a collection of 300 letters, dated mostly between 1897 and 1901, written by Robert S. Chilton, Jr., chief of the U.S. Consular Bureau of the State Department from 1895 until 1905. Chilton wrote eight of the letters, and 292 letters were written to him. Amounting to one box of material (0.5 linear feet), the letters shed light on the issues facing the U.S. consular service at the turn of the twentieth century, when America was in the midst of acquiring an...

Bartolomeo Chioccarelli Collection

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Identifier: GTM-180309
Scope and Contents A series of 17 manuscript volumes under the general title "Magni archivii scriptuarum pro regali jurisdictione regni Neap[olitani]", a general history of the Spanish administration of the Kingdom of Naples undertaken for Philip IV of Spain by Bartolomeo Chioccarelli, completed in 1631. Never published in complete form, this scribal copy was written by several different hands in the eighteenth century.

Chronological Summary of the Universal History of the Chinese Empire

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Identifier: GTM-150611
Content Description Bound autograph manuscript written by Joseph-Marie Amiot. Undated. French title: "Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire universelle de l"Empire Chinois."

Walter J. Ciszek, SJ interviews

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS191
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Consisting of audio taped interviews with Walter J. Ciszek, SJ, this collection documents the American-born Jesuit's life, ca. 1938-1963. Discussed are: his mission work in Poland and Russia, 1938-1941; arrest by Soviet secret police in 1941; imprisonment in Moscow and Siberia; and eventual release and return to the United States in 1963. The interviews are contained on 9 tapes (duplicates of tapes 1-8 included). The tapes give no indication, either on their face or by their content, of their...

William F. Claire papers 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS409
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The William F. Claire Papers [1 box, .25 linear ft.] consist of 12 autograph signed letters and 3 typed signed letters to and from William Claire. Of them, a majority discuss his writing on and analysis of the work of poet and writer Katherine Garrison Chapin Biddle, entitled "The Unpredictable Bloom." The collection contains correspondence from the Academy of American Poets, as well as the "Southern Review", the quarterly literary magazine fo the Louisiana State University, in reference to...

William F. Claire papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-110502
Scope and Contents The collection is comprised of correspondence received by William Claire from Robert Lax, Thomas Merton, and Mark Van Doren. Other materials relate to the special double issue of "Voyages" magazine (Volume 2, Numbers 1 and 2, September 1968) focussing on Robert Lax, with an introduction by Claire, a brief biography on and writings by Lax. The collection also includes, typescripts and correspondence pertaining to "The Essays of Mark Van Doren (1942-1972)" edited by Claire (Conn.: Greenwood...

Claire, William F., papers 3

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Identifier: GTM-151210
Content Description Personal papers comprised of letters, articles and printed items relating to John Hardy, Sen. Jacob Javits, John F. Kennedy, Robert Lax and Thomas Merton, John S. Monagan, Raymond Roseliep, and Mark Van Doren.

Edgar E. Clark Collection

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Identifier: GTM-790910
Scope Note The Edgar E. Clark Collection documents the publication of the writings of Milovan Djilas, a noted Yugoslav communist who later became a vocal critic of communism. Most of the collection conecrns Djilas' book "The New Class," published in 1957. The collection includes correspondence dated 1956-1968 about Djilas' writings and the efforts to publish his works. Also present in this archive is an extensive series of reports by Edgar E. Clark and his wife Katharine J. Clark about Djilas and his...

James Clark, SJ, papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS21
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection contains materials on James Clark's years at West Point and in the Army, several folders of familial and Jesuit correspondence, but mathematical MSS and sermons comprise more than half the collection.

Richard H. Clarke papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS92
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Richard H. Clarke Papers consist of letters, essays and printed materials of Richard H. Clarke (1827 - 1911). The papers comprise .20 linear feet of material, arranged in 15 folders in one box. The corresponence and manuscripts of this collection mainly involve Clarke's interest in Catholic history in America. He founded the United States Catholic Historical Society in the mid-1880's and conversed with many Catholic historians such as Martin I. J. Griffin, George Pax, Colonel Lamson,...

Yvonne Cloetta Papers

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Identifier: GTM-120710
Content Description Inserted material transferred from purchased books -- 1. Voyages avec ma tante by Graham Greene (translated by Georges Belmont) (Paris: Laffont: 1970). Call # Greene 0635.

2. Le capitaine et l'ennemi by Graham Greene (translated by Robert Louit (Paris: Editions Robert Laffont, 1989). Call # Greene 1225

Leo and Jane Codd papers

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Identifier: GTM-830131
Scope and content note The Leo and Jane Codd Papers comprise three boxes (1.5 linear feet) of material which includes correspondence to the Codds, photos, and books. Correspondence, manuscripts, and related material is arranged alphabetically within the collection. The Codds lived in the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C., and enjoyed travelling, especially to Ireland. Much of their correspondence from friends and acquaintances refers to their trips to Ireland or to their hospitality and cordiality when guests...

David Cohen Papers

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Identifier: GTM-171102
Scope and Contents The David Cohen Papers document the career of David Cohen, a noteworthy American public interest advocate. The collection contains information about Cohen's work with the Americans for Democratic Action, Common Cause, the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, the Roosevelt Center for American Policy Studies, the Social Development Corporation, and the Advocacy Institute. The bulk of the material concerns the Advocacy Institute, which Cohen co-founded in 1985. Of importance, many speeches and...

Larry Collins papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS315
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection contains the research and subject files, interview tapes, including transcripts, and related material of the noted writer and journalist Larry Collins. Included in this collection are the materials for Collins' five collaborative works with French journalist and writer Dominique Lapierre, as well as the three novels he authored alone. The collection has been arranged chronologically according to the dates of publication for his works. The collectins holds material related to all...

Papers of the Committee to Investigate Assassinations

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Identifier: GTM-711101
Scope and Contents Records of the Committee to Investigate Assassinations (CTIA), an unofficial, private organization founded in 1968 to investigate facts surrounding American political assassinations, most specifically those of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy. The papers, consisting of clippings, manuscripts, and sundry publications, relate to the Committee’s work in producing "American Political Assassinations: Bibliography of Works Published, 1963-1970".According to Bernard...

Congregatio de Propaganda Fide Collection

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Identifier: GTM-980301
Scope and Contents Records of the Sacra Congregatio de Propaganda Fide comprise this collection of letter copy-books and related manuscripts which shed important light on Catholic missionary activities in China, the Philippines, and South Asia in the first half of the 18th century.The principal Jesuit interest in the collection resides in the record of the ongoing dispute over the Chinese Rites and repeated attempts to obtain unconditional obedience from the Jesuits. Letters to the head of the Society...

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Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training 6
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