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Harry L. Hopkins papers 3

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS73
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection constitutes the third accession of the papers of Harry Hopkins. Material is grouped into eight series (see Synopsis). Arrangement of the correspondence reflects the successive stages of Hopkins' career. An important aspect of the family correspondence is the letters between Hopkins and his son Robert, which cover the war years (1940 to 1945) during which the latter served in the Army Signal Corps. Letters (of condolence) received by Hopkins regarding the death of his youngest...

Joseph G. E. Hopkins papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS171
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Joseph G. E. Hopkins Papers consist primarily of correspondence, manuscripts, and pamphlets. The papers comprise 3.25 linear feet of material arranged in 154 folders in 3 boxes (two 1.5 foot boxes and one .25 foot box). The correspondence in the collection is between Hopkins and various colleagues in the fields of publishing and American history and includes signed pamphlets by colleagues and manuscripts by Hopkins. Among the correspondents and pamphlet authors are Wayne Andrews, Cynthia...

Huck Family papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS110
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Huck family papers consist of business correspondence and related items between Laurie M. Huck and his sister-in-law, Anna Clarke Rogers, and her husband, James Webb Rogers, II. Laurie M. Huck was married to Cornelia Clarke Rogers, the sister of Anna Clarke Rogers and Mae Harris Clarke, both of whose papers can be found in the Rogers family papers.

William J. Hughes, Jr. papers

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Identifier: GTM-741031a
Scope and Contents The collection is divided into three series:

1. Correspondence from 1920-1967.

2. Hughes' tenure as a law professor at Georgetown University.

3. Hughes' law practice and cases from 1919-1970.

William J. Hughes, Sr. papers

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Identifier: GTM-741031b

Henry Hunt - William B. Chilton collection

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Identifier: GTM-791207
Content Description Collection consists of materials relating to the Brent, Carroll and Chilton families of Maryland and the District of Columbia, dating from late 17th to early 20th centuries, but primarily from the 19th century.

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Agustín de Iturbide collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS157
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Agustin de Iturbide Collection consists of financial and military documents, printed ephemera, correspondence and an oil portrait. The materials are arranged in 23 folders held in one box, except for the oil portrait, which is hanging on the walls of a Special Collections office. The first seven items of the collection describe the military career, acsension to the throne, and some official proclamations of Agustin de Iturbide. Many of the remaining items deal with the grandson of Iturbide,...

Ives Family papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS72
Collection-level scope and contents note The Ives family papers comprise correspondence by relatives of Rev. Levi Silliman Ives. In addition, the collection includes correspondence by Joseph Moss Ives, the brother of the renowned composer, Charles Edward Ives, and by the former's son, Walter Bigelow Ives. Levi Silliman Ives and Joseph Moss Ives were both descendants of William Ives who arrived in Boston, Massachusetts, from London in 1635, and was one of the original settlers of Quinnipiac (New Haven), Connecticut, in...

John F. Long, S.J. Archive

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Identifier: WTL-0002
Scope and Contents The John F. Long, S.J. Archive contains the papers of this leading Catholic expert on the Russian Orthodox Church, long-time staff member of the Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity (since 1988, the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity), and participant in the Second Vatican Council. Long took part in numerous meetings with representatives of the Orthodox churches as well as the Ancient Oriental churches such as the Coptic, Ethiopian, and Syrian, but with a specific mastery of...

Ernest A. Keller Papers

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Identifier: GTM-860903

Life of Blessed Colette, Reformer of the Sisters of Saint Clare, bound manuscript

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: GTM-150528
Scope and Contents Manuscript account of the life of Saint Colette (b.1381-1447), as related by the Abbot of Saint-Laurent (c.1750-1770). Full title in French: "La Vie de la bienheureuse Collette Reformatrice des Religieuses de Sainte Claire." Bound volume, 285 pages.

Clare Boothe Luce Photographic Collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS265
Collection-level Scope and Content Note A testament to the eventful and extraordinary life of one of the most accomplished career women of the 20th century, the Clare Boothe Luce Photographic Collection is comprised of personal and professional photographs taken throughout the life of Clare Boothe Luce. Always in the public eye and internationally known, Luce was constantly photographed and featured in magazines, especially those of her husband, Henry Robinson Luce, co-founder of Time Inc. Quite aware of her own good looks, Luce...

William A. Maxwell Holy Trinity Church Oral History Project records

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Identifier: GTM-170203
Content Description Notes and research material relating to an oral history project on Holy Trinity Church, Washington, D.C., undertaken by William A. Maxwell.

Alexander McWilliams Papers

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Identifier: GTM-830808
Content Description Materials relating to the Broad Neck tract located at St . Clement's Manor, St. Mary's County. Includes boundary disputes, indentures, depositions. The property was originally granted to Thomas Gerard, whose daughter married the noted rebel leader of 1689, Kenelm Cheseldyne or Cheseldine [sp. var.]. The collection also includes a list of deaths in St . Mary's County from 1806-1844 as well as miscellaneous material. Copies of this collection are available at the Manuscripts Division of the...

Joseph P. Mobberly, SJ Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS24
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Joseph P. Mobberly, SJ Papers (1815-1827) consist of the remembrances, observations, and expositions of a Jesuit who worked principally as manager of St. Inigoes, a house and plantation in St. Mary’s County, and taught at Georgetown College. Brother Mobberly wrote passionately on a wide variety of topics: agricultural management, focusing particularly on the economic viability of enslaved labor and strategies for maximizing the production of wheat, corn, and other alternatives to tobacco...

John Monagan - Dan Breen Collection

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Identifier: GTM-850601
Scope and Contents An extensive correspondence between the well-known Irish freedom fighter Dan Breen and John S.Monagan, Congressman from Connecticut, offering considerable insight into Breen’s later political and social thinking as well as recollections of the struggle for Irish independence from Great Britain.

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Monagan, John S., Papers

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Identifier: GTM-970507
Content Description Correspondence and research materials relating to publication of Monagan's book on Horace McKenna, S.J.: "Horace, Priest of the Poor" (Washington, D.C: Georgetown University Press, 1985).

Joseph Mosley, SJ Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS25
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The sixteen letters which comprise this collection--fifteen of which Fr. Mosley sent to his sister, and the remaining one of which he sent to his brother, Michael Mosley , SJ -- are full of details not only on the state of local society, but on the flora and fauna of the area. A selection from among them was published in the Woodstock Letters, Vol.35, a hardbound offprint of which is included in this collection. (Note: Researchers are requested to use the photocopies of these letters, found in...

National Council of Catholic Women records

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Identifier: GTM-840321
Content Description Transcripts and published material such as conference proceedings, newsletters, and broadcast (radio and television) programs sponsored by the NCCW, including “Catholic Hour”. Box 1. Catholic Hour transcripts 1965-1968 (radio) 4 ring binders.Box 2. 4 ring binders “Catholic Hour” transcripts 1965-1966 (television) “Catholic Hour” newsletter 1960-1961 “Directions ‘64” (ABC TV) transcripts 1964-1964; including “Catholic Hour” 1966Box 3 10 open reel audio tapes...

Princess Niloufer Collection

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Identifier: GTM-961216
Scope and Contents note Collection pertains to Princess Niloufer Farhat Begum Sahiba (January 4, 1916 – June 12, 1989).