This collection is currently unprocessed and access to it may therefore be limited. Researchers are advised to contact the Booth Family Center for Special Collections for more information on access to this collection.
Correspondence, photographs, ledgers, genealogy, and other material (1850s-1910s) related to the family of Daniel Boone Clarke, a Washington, D.C. physician and graduate of Georgetown University.
The James T. Clements' Sons Funeral Home Records consist of ledgers documenting the costs for funeral expenses and certificates of death for individuals whose families used the company's services. The funeral expenses were maintained in ledgers while the death certificates are in partly printed formant. The funeral home was located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The records date from 1875 to 1945.
Correspondence, notes, and newspaper clippings by and about the Smith, Mills, and Dimitry families. The bulk of the collection consists of correspodence.
Book: History of Holy Trinity Parish, Washington, D.C., 1795-1945 by Rev. Laurence J. Kelly, S.J., on the Occasion of the Sesquicentennial Celebration, November 4 to 11, 1945. John D. Lucas Printing Company, Baltimore, Md. With inscription: "Presented to the Archives by Rev. Laurence J. Kelly, S.J.
Video tape [VHS]: Holy Trinity Catholic Church: A Visual History. TRT: 48:38. Copyright 1999 Frank Productions, Inc.
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.
Contains publications, clippings and correspondence re Georgetown, Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland history. Much relates to buildings or places and to Jesuit or Catholic history. Material about Maryland's celebration of its Tercentenary in 1934 is found in the Maryland section.
This collection is of interest to local family and Catholic historians, including research into devout Catholic women.
Contains estate file, including will and probate court documents, relating to Mary M. Mattingly. Also: baptismal record (photocopy) and obituary.
Mainly relating to sports. Opening pages contain signatures and comments by students and comments on performances at local theaters (Poli's, New National, Belasco's, Hippodrone New York City). Includes tickets to dances, photographs of Collier Hall, the main gates, Washington, D.C., and Mount Vernon, and 1914-1915 Georgetown University Athletic Association football and baseball ticket. Also game statistics from the Sun Bowl 1950.
Includes: programs and tickets from University events; programs from Washington theaters; menus; clipping on Robert Legendre; dance cards for Trinity College Alumnae Association dances, 1919-1921; issues of "The Hilltopper"; Georgetown College registration card, September 1918; and flyer: “Vote Jiggs McManus for Postmaster.”
Scrapbook containing theater programs, playbills, handbills, and clippings from Washington, D.C. theaters.
Includes photographs of U.S. President William Howard Taft speaking and “reviewing the Third Sunday Brigade” at St. Aloysius Church in Washington, D.C. Also includes photographs of the Church's interior.
Premier Cab Association Sightseeing Guide Book [includes Washington, D.C., Georgetown, Arlington, Alexandria, Mount Vernon, and Annapolis], 1940.
Historic Washington, D.C., 1948. Published by the Columbia Historical Society.
Mount Vernon handbook, 1948. Published by Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union.
Georgetown: 1751 to the present by Donald Stetson Davis in collaboration with Scott Hart, 1965.
Includes flyers, pamphlets, and newspaper cartoons on political themes, most not specific to Georgetown, collected by a Georgetown graduate student, 1967-1972. Much concerns the Vietnam War. Also included: Inaugural Souvenir for President Richard M. Nixon, January 20, 1969, compliments of the Washington Bible College.