The Peter Epinette, SJ Papers consist of his manuscrpit exhortation on the common rules and his bound volume containing some of his writings.
Bound autograph manuscript poems with additional loose leaves, by Arthur Benoni Evans (b.1781-1854), British poet and writer during the Romantic period. Includes a watercolor by Benoni. Total: approximately 140 pages.
Evans' notes and transcriptions of letters and diaries of Mary Virginia Merrick (1886-1955), founder of the Christ Child Society (1887). Includes incomplete typed manuscript of biography on Merrick by Evans (unpublished).
Correspondence, notes, and newspaper clippings by and about the Smith, Mills, and Dimitry families. The bulk of the collection is correspodence.
See finding aid to Richard X. Evans 1 (GTM-710101).
Contains printed event programs and invitations.
The Samuel W. Everett Papers consist largely of architectural and technical drawings, genre drawings, and other art-related items created by Samuel W. Everett, one of the founding faculty and professor of anatomy of Georgetown University's School of Medcine. The collection also includes printed ephemera from the early days of the "Medical Department of Georgetown College."
The John F. Farley Papers are a prime source for the study of the American West. The letters, telegrams, and clippings contained in it provide insight into Farley's career as chief of police in Denver, Colorado, from 1889 to 1915, as well as glimpses of his earlier work for the Thiel detective agency and as a cavalryman. Correspondents include G.H Thiel, mining king H.A.W. Tabor, Major Gerald Russell, and many others.