The Rogers Family Papers consist of fifteen series, the first being on the Rogers & Clarke families in general, and the remainder focusing on the papers of individuals such as James Webb Rogers I, J. Harris Rogers, James Charles Rogers, Cora Rogers Clarke, Phillips H. Clarke Jr., Mae Harris Clarke and George E. Sullivan. The final series contains objects and oversize materials of varying types.
Extent: 30 linear feet Number of Boxes: 19, with 11 oversize containers
Secondary works relating to Baron Corvo, including correspondence from collectors such as Donald Weeks, manuscripts of papers about Corvo by various authors (some photocopied), printed ephemera, and photographs.
The Heinrich A. Rommen Papers is made up of correspondence, manuscripts, printed materials, photographs, and clippings pertaining to Rommen's career both in Germany and in the United States.
Contains the Law School diploma of Ronald Louis O'Donnell Maher from 1952 and a certificate from the White Law Club of Georgetown University from 1950 also with Maher's name. The Law School diploma is in Latin.
Collection primarily of photographs of state occasions and visits organized by Selwa Roosevelt as U.S. Chief of Protocol. A generous accumulation of formal invitation cards is included, as well as souvenir programs for events.
Four scrapbooks of clippings, photographs, and letters relating to ROTC activities and personnel.
The John J. Ryan Papers include correspondence received by Ryan, some poems and short pieces, and the MSS of two novellas.
The Christopher Sandford letters to John O'Connor comprise a collection of 43 letters and postcards from Sandford (as publisher of the Golden Cockerel Press) to John O'Connor and his wife Jeannie regarding Sandford's efforts to find commissions for O'Connor's work. The collection provides insight into the difficulties of fine-press book publishing and illustrating during the 1930's and 1940's in Britain, as well as the relationship between a fine-press publisher and a favored illustrator.
Events calendar published by the Student Activities Office.
The James E. Scanlon papers are comprised primarily of notebooks, exams, manuscripts of term papers, and syllabi from undergraduate courses taken at Georgetown University between 1958 and 1962, Also included is correspondence from the Dean of Admissions, material on the student Library Committee, and various Georgetown University publicaitons. Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.