Items collected by Gerard O'Brien relating to American Catholic and Jesuit notables of the 17th and 19th century.
Collection assembled by Jeremiah J. O'Connor consisting of a wide assortment of materials pertaining to railroads, principally in the United States. Included are train schedules and time tables, printed promotional material, published manufacturer's brochures and catalogues, stock certificates, maps, photographs, and a variety of printed and other types of ephemera.
Gift of Margaret M. O'Connor (sister of J.J. O'Connor).
Collection primarily consists of manuscripts and notes pertaining to O'Connor's work on the faculty of the Georgetown University History Department. Includes printed source material relating to interracial justice and European history.
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The Rogers Family Papers consist of fifteen series, the first being on the Rogers & Clarke families in general, and the remainder focusing on the papers of individuals such as James Webb Rogers I, J. Harris Rogers, James Charles Rogers, Cora Rogers Clarke, Phillips H. Clarke Jr., Mae Harris Clarke and George E. Sullivan. The final series contains objects and oversize materials of varying types.
Extent: 30 linear feet Number of Boxes: 19, with 11 oversize containers
The James E. Scanlon papers are comprised primarily of notebooks, exams, manuscripts of term papers, and syllabi from undergraduate courses taken at Georgetown University between 1958 and 1962, Also included is correspondence from the Dean of Admissions, material on the student Library Committee, and various Georgetown University publicaitons. Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.
This is a collection of late seventeenth-century Latin letters relating to the Church and especially to the Society of Jesus, all bound into one volume. Among other places, they emanate from or discuss Genoa, the South Pacific, the Philippines, Lisbon, Austria, the Balkans, Japan,China, Indochina, Paraguay, Brazil, and Mexico.
Typescripts of WQXR New York, radio broadcasts by Lisa Sergio.
School log book of student attendance for St. Mary's Mixed (Catholic) School, Cresswell, Staffordshire, England, beginning June 29, 1863 and ending June 19, 1902. Printed title with autograph entries in various hands. Maintained by the principal teacher. Dealer's note: This log book is particularly interesting as it is for a Catholic school in a community where the local lords of the manor, the Draycotts, refused to accept the Anglican religion at the Reformation.