Includes roster of History faculty and description of objectives and functions of the College and School of Foreign Service History Departments. Two copies.
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.
The collection contains materials related to the artist John DePol. It includes correspondence with George Barringer, Don Wesely, and others. It also contains photographs and printed materials.
The John Digges, Jr., SJ Papers consist of sevral manuscripts. None of these manuscripts bear Digges's name, and have been identified by handwriting comparisons with documents in Maryland Province Archives. They probably came into the hands of Baltimore Archbishop Leonard Neale (d. Georgetown, 18 June 1817), and thence to Georgetown. One is bound in an 1815 Baltimore newspaper.
Produced monthly by Richard Law, S.J. Written for Georgetown students serving in the armed forces. Contains news of campus events, faculty, and alumni deaths.
One print copy of the above named dissertation written by William A. Cessato.
The bulk of this collection deals with the U.S. Information Agency (USIA) and communications.
Edited by the Class of 1936 of the National University Law School, Washington, D.C.
Contains script from DBM @80, program from celebration of mass in Murphy's honor at Holy Trinity Church, and other printed material.