The Rudolf Allers papers consist of 51 copies of 25 pamphlets by Allers on psychiatry and philosophy arranged in 25 folders in two boxes.
The Allied Commission for Austria collection consists of typed reports: proceedings of the Allied Council, proceedings of the Executive Committee, and materials from the Intergovernmental Committee on European Migration. The archive is preserved in 22 boxes (32 l.f.).
Typed lists of alumni broken down by state and by country. The lists are further broken down by town. Addresses, occupations, and dates of graduation are given for each alum listed. Alums from the 1880s to the 1920s are included.
This processed segment of the America Magazine Archives currently consists of 68 boxes and is comprised of 39 series, the contents of the latter being found in the series description. It should be pointed out, however, that there is also America Magazine related material to be found among the following separate collections: Wilfrid Parsons Papers and Francis X. Talbot Papers. Additional accessions are expected.
The collection consists of materials for the Ancillary-Care Obligations of Medical Researchers Working in Developing Countries Workshop (October 2006). The workshop was sponsored by Georgetown University's Reflective Engagement Initiative with additional support from the University's Department of Philosophy, the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, and from the PhRMA Foundation. Materials include schedules, biographies, and handouts.
The Samuel W. Anderson papers contain correspondence collected during Anderson's public life (1948-1958), a number of official documents covering his tenure in public office, and some early articles written by Anderon. The greater part of the collection, however, consists of reports on various topics in international economic affairs, which Anderson compiled in consultation with various clients.
Containing the Description of the Observatory and the Description and Use of the Transit Instrument, and Meridian Circle. New York, Edward Dunigan & Brother. 151 Fulton Street [two copies].
Includes drawings of south elevation, plan of ground floor, section from west to east, and transit instrument.
The collection consists of 3 letters by or about Thomas Antisell all addressed to Presidents of Georgetown University. The collection also includes some notes, manuscripts and tracings by Antisell mainly concerning geology in California and copies of addresses given by Antisell at the graduation of the Medical Department of Georgetown University.