The Samuel W. Everett Papers consist largely of architectural and technical drawings, genre drawings, and other art-related items created by Samuel W. Everett, one of the founding faculty and professor of anatomy of Georgetown University's School of Medcine. The collection also includes printed ephemera from the early days of the "Medical Department of Georgetown College."
Secondary works relating to Baron Corvo, including correspondence from collectors such as Donald Weeks, manuscripts of papers about Corvo by various authors (some photocopied), printed ephemera, and photographs.
Manuscript notes and articles by Marion Stancioff on Catholicism and a range of humanitarian interests such as art, education, literature, philosophy, as well as economics and politics. Includes correspondence with friends in both English and French on many of the foregoing topics. Notable letters are from Dorothy Day, Anne Fremantle, and Ezra Pound. Family letters are also included.