Scrapbook consisting of newspaper clippings documenting the 1858 trial of Rev. Patrick Cheyne for allegedly preaching in favor of transubstantiation in Aberdeen, Scotland. The clippings date from 1858 to 1860.
A series of 17 manuscript volumes under the general title "Magni archivii scriptuarum pro regali jurisdictione regni Neap[olitani]", a general history of the Spanish administration of the Kingdom of Naples undertaken for Philip IV of Spain by Bartolomeo Chioccarelli, completed in 1631. Never published in complete form, this scribal copy was written by several different hands in the eighteenth century.
The collection consists of papers presented at the Choices on our Conscience International Symposium on Human Rights, Retardation and Research, as well as the symposium's program.. The symposium was sponsored by the Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation and held in October 1971.
Two boxes. 33 1/3 RPM. With President Edward B. Bunn, S.J., and The Chimes. Paper sleeve has drawing of Dahlgren Chapel in the snow on the front.
Bound autograph manuscript written by Joseph-Marie Amiot. Undated. French title: "Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire universelle de l"Empire Chinois."
Personal papers comprised of letters, articles and printed items relating to John Hardy, Sen. Jacob Javits, John F. Kennedy, Robert Lax and Thomas Merton, John S. Monagan, Raymond Roseliep, and Mark Van Doren.
This collection contains materials on James Clark's years at West Point and in the Army, several folders of familial and Jesuit correspondence, but mathematical MSS and sermons comprise more than half the collection.
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.
Inserted material transferred from purchased books --
1. Voyages avec ma tante by Graham Greene (translated by Georges Belmont) (Paris: Laffont: 1970). Call # Greene 0635.
2. Le capitaine et l'ennemi by Graham Greene (translated by Robert Louit (Paris: Editions Robert Laffont, 1989). Call # Greene 1225