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Barlow, Ernesta Drinker, papers

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Identifier: GTM -081118
Scope and Contents A collection of the personal papers of Aimee Ernesta Drinker Barlow (1892-1981). Includes autograph memoir, travel diaries (from 1916 and early 1960s), correspondence received from husbands William C. Bullitt (1891-1967), former U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union; and composer Samuel L.M. Barlow (1892-1982); as well as from admirers including the artist Rockwell Kent (1882-1971). Of note is an almost complete run of mimeographed scripts of NBC Radio broadcasts by Barlow as "Commando Mary"...

Beck, Alfred M., collection of Friedrich von Boetticher research materials

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Identifier: GTM-171212
Content Description Research files and notes, transcriptions and translations, government documents, microfilm, photographs, and archival film footage and sound recordings compiled by Beck in the course of conducting research for his dissertation on the life of General der Artillerie [Lt. Gen.] Friedrich von Boetticher and his service as German military attaché in Washington, D.C., 1933-1941. Beck’s original dissertation, "The Ambivalent Attaché (1977, Ph.D. in History, Georgetown University) explored the question...

Biddle, Francis B., Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS251
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection consists of the personal papers of former U.S. attorney general Francis Biddle. It is one of three portions comprising the larger collection of the Biddle Family Papers that include the papers of his wife, Katherine Biddle* and a series of family correspondence. (* See separate finding aids.) Of interest are lengthy correspondence files relating to Biddle's appointments as judge of the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (1939); U.S. attorney general (1941); and...

Brown, Anthony Cave, papers

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Identifier: GTM-930701
Scope and Contents The Anthony Cave Brown papers comprise the extensive research files of historian and author Anthony Cave Brown used for his numerous books about U.S. and British military intelligence. The collection includes correspondence, subject files, Xeroxed documents, Internet printouts, printed matter, manuscripts of some of his books, audio cassettes, and some photographs. Documents pertainig to various figures in the intelligence field; including William Donovan, H. St. John B. Philby, and Kim Philby;...

Codd, Leo and Jane, Papers

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Identifier: GTM-830131
Scope and content note The Leo and Jane Codd Papers comprise three boxes (1.5 linear feet) of material which includes correspondence to the Codds, photos, and books. Correspondence, manuscripts, and related material is arranged alphabetically within the collection. The Codds lived in the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C., and enjoyed travelling, especially to Ireland. Much of their correspondence from friends and acquaintances refers to their trips to Ireland or to their hospitality and cordiality when guests...

Ernest A. Keller papers

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Identifier: GTM-860903

Jackson, William H., papers

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Identifier: GTM-101014
Scope and Contents Note The William H. Jackson Papers comprise the personal papers of William H. Jackson (1901-1971), an early deputy director of the CIA and a special assistant to President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Extensive correspondence files are retained. Correspondents include President Eisenhower, Constantine FitzGibbon, Arthur Gardner, Gordon Gray, and Richard M. Nixon, among others. A run of letters regarding Wendell Willkie's 1940 presidential campaign is also preserved among the documents. Some typed...

Karski, Jan, collection

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Identifier: GTM-000011
Collection-level scope and contents note The Jan Karski Collection comprises three distinct groups of documents: Karski's collection of serials and pamphlets produced by various organizations of the Polish underground during World War II; records and addresses pertaining to Karski's travel and work in 1966-67, including miscellaneous articles translated and transcribed; and two distinct states of Karski's draft for his book "Great Powers and Poland, 1919-1945".

Law, Richard C., SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS 011
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Approximately 500 transcribed letters received by Rev. Richard C. Law,S.J. and other faculty at Georgetown University during World War II from alumni and other former students on active duty with the armed services. In general, the letters largely gossip about other alums (from letters and meetings), some providing glimpses of training, combat, or cultural experiences in North Africa, Europe, or China. Most of the information in these letters is found in digest form in the Discipline Office...

Mott, Rodney Loomer, papers

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Identifier: GTM-830118
Scope and Contents The papers of Rodney Loomer Mott span the years 1942 to 1946 when he served in Berlin as Deputy Chief of the Public Finance Branch of the Office of Military Government for Germany, U.S. Zone (OMGUS). The papers comprise an interesting collection of legal, military, and personal documentation of Germany's financial status and subsequent reorganization by the Allies after the war. Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid to the collection.

Mary Eleanor Price collection

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Identifier: GTM-130731

Lisa Sergio radio broadcast transcripts

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Identifier: GTM-170411
Content Description Typescripts of WQXR New York, radio broadcasts by Lisa Sergio.

Tracey, Norah, Papers

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Identifier: GTM-861201
Scope and Contents note The collection primarily consists of personal correspondence. Letters from male admirers provide some insight into life in the British Armed forces during World War II. Business exchanges relate to the commissioning and sale of women's travel clothing. Included are photographs of Tracey with acquaintances.

Wilson, Leonard S., papers

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Identifier: GTM-800103
Scope and Contents The Leonard S. Wilson papers contain maps and other documents deriving from the work of Leonard S. Wilson, a longtime geology professor who worked in the Map Division of the Research and Analysis Branch of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II. The collection, which includes many maps, concerns geographical intelligence produced by the United States and Germany. There is some coverage of Great Britain, too. A large number of "Joint Army and Navy Intelligence Studies"...

Konrad Wolff - Ilse Bing collection

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Identifier: GTM-160304
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Correspondence, documents, sketches, drafts, photographs and music relating to the pianist and composer Konrad Wolff (1907-1989) and his wife, the distinguished photographer Ilse Bing (1899-1998). Also contains significant additional material relating to Wolff’s family members including his father, the distinguished German lawyer Martin Wolff, and his mother, Marguerite Wolff née Jolowicz, who was personally charged with documenting important aspects of the Nuremberg war crimes...

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