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Glass Plates: Campus and Surroundings

Identifier: GTA-000703
Scope and Contents Georgetown in 1830 [painting]Football team [1890s?]Potomac at Great Falls? [damaged]Laboratory [2 images]1789 deed [3 images - one damaged]St. Cecelia's Day Program, November 22, 1866Round seal (on door of Healy Hall)Tree with carvings on The Walks [2 images]Old South and the Pump ShedOld NorthBrentano's [bookstore] advertisement in Georgetown College Journal...
Dates: ca. 1900

Lantern Slides

Identifier: GTA-000708
Dates: ca. 1910-1930

Lantern Slides: Gothic Tracery

Identifier: GTA-000828
Dates: Undated

Lantern Slides: Law School Faculty

Identifier: GTA-000827
Scope and Contents

Eighteen color lantern slides of faculty (uncaptioned). Accompanying note reads: Made by Fr. [John] Brosnan to be shown at the 50th anniversary banquet of the Law School at New Willard.

Dates: 1920

Latern Slides: Medical Illustrations

Identifier: GTA-000773
Scope and Contents

Mainly of the brain.

Dates: Undated

Observatory - Solar Eclipse Expedition to Canton Island, 1937: Glass Plate Slides

Identifier: GTA-000606
Scope and Contents Box 1: 50 slides labeled "National Geographic Society" which show American and New Zealand scientists, members of an expedition organized by the National Geographic Society and led by astronomer Samuel Alfred Mitchell, who traveled to Canton Island (also known as Kanton Island or Abariringa Island) in the South Pacific to study a total solar eclipse in June 1937. Included are images of Paul A. McNally, S.J., who was a member of the expedition. Slide 8, for example, shows Fr. McNally saying...
Dates: 1937

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