Personal papers of Rose Marie Audette, a graduate of Georgetown University, College of Arts and Sciences, Class of 1981..
Folder 1. Senior thesis, Georgetown University, 1981. Title: "Everything in Moderation: Social Activism and University Reform, Georgetown University, 1960-1970."
Folders 2-11. Files pertaining to Community Action Coalition, a Georgetown University student organization.
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Autograph letter signed to Stephen Van Rensselaer. Georgetown [District of Columbia]: 21 February 1828, small 4to, 2 pp.
Typed transcription of 26 letters, entitled: "Letters from the Foreign Service / Memories of Work, Travel and Lots of Fun in the Foreign Service 1959-1985". 100pp + cover and dedication pages. Dated April 15, 2015. Written by Eisenman to family during her tours of duty as a diplomat in the U.S. Foreign Service. Letters are written from India, Greece, Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, and Vienna. Includes one account of a road trip in Norway and Sweden, 1983.
Original and photocopied correspondence between Sister Miriam Gallagher, R.S.M.; H.L. Mencken; Odell Shepherd; and others.
A collection of 26 letters (1971-1990) from British novelist Graham Greene to Swedish actress Anita Bjork (1923-2012). Includes two letters from Vivien Greene to Bjork.
The Vivien Greene papers consist of six letters written to Vivien Greene, the wife of noted English Catholic author Graham Greene. A letter from Graham to Vivien sent from Berlin, Germany, refers to the Berlin Wall restrictions. Other correspondents include Tom Cordishley, Marie Belloc Lowndes, and Columba Ryan. The letters date mostly from the 1940s.
Resource material relating to Gurvin's work as assistant cultural affairs officer at the U.S. Information Agency. Includes Federal reports and publications by private organizations regarding cultural and educational funding and support abroad.
Various 19th century British letters, scrapbooks and photograph albums, collected by Prof. John Hirsh.
Elizabeth Jennings papers 2, consists of manuscripts and notebooks of autograph first drafts of poems, dating from 1972 to 1983,by English poet Elizabeth Jennings (1926-2001).
Addenda to the Elizabeth Jennings papers 1 and 2, consisting of additional letters and poetry manuscripts purchased directly from Jennings in 1992 and 1993; and various manuscripts purchased from Thornton's Bookshop, Oxford, England.