The recordings were "discovered" by Nicholas Scheetz, Manuscripts Librarian (2007) and duplicated for use by Georgetown University Office of the President for a project regarding Father Arrupe. See curatorial file.
One volume with the history and proceedings of the Society which, according to Francis Barnum's Stray Notes, was "merely a burlesque affair gotten up by the Scholastics in 1863. As the name implies it encouraged Bores and Boring. Its Patrons were St. Borgia and Brian Boru . . . discussions were held over the most nonsensical subjects, such as a research on what really constituted the difference between Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee . . ."
Monthly arts newsletter.
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.
Printed reports, photographs, slides and audio recordings from Abe S. Ashcanase, USAID (Agency for International Development).
A collection of 10 autograph letters, dating between 1822 and 1848, addressed to the longtime American consul in London, Col. Thomas Aspinwall. They are from several prominent Americans and Englishmen seeking Aspinwall's assistance in a variety of matters.
The Kenneth Atchity - Denise Levertov Collection primarily consists of correspondence and manuscripts. There is a series of letters from Levertov to Atchity dated 1979-1980 and a few letters from Atchity to Levertov. The manuscripts comprise poems, journals, and notes.
Ledger 1: Letter press copy book, 1902-1905 (with carbons of outgoing correspondence). Alphabetical index by correspondent is included at front.
Ledger 2: Minute Book,1905-1909. Handwritten.
Box 2 Prep Athletic Association accounts, 1907-1908 and 1915.
Includes: football, November 29th 1906 [Thanksgiving football game] - Georgetown 16, George Washington 6; Orange Bowl Silver Anniversary football, Miami 1959; Lacrosse 40th Anniversary baseball caps; Crew 50th Anniversary glasses and pin, 2008; basketball memorabilia; 2 baseball gloves [one marked: Georgetown Athletic Association - Bill Johnson]; two mounted fencing foils and face masks; golf team polo shirt.