Contains printed material and photographs (some color) relating to inaugural events. Included are: programs; invitations; the text of the Presidential Oath of Office; the text of Fr. Guthrie's inauguration speech; and clippings. Among those photographed: Gerard F. Yates, S.J.; Edmund A. Walsh, S.J.; and speakers William A. Orton, W. Edmund Fitzgerald, S.J., Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Cecil H. Driver, Ben W. Palmer, Hufgh S. Taylor, and James H. Doolittle.
Includes: programs and tickets from University events; programs from Washington theaters; menus; clipping on Robert Legendre; dance cards for Trinity College Alumnae Association dances, 1919-1921; issues of "The Hilltopper"; Georgetown College registration card, September 1918; and flyer: “Vote Jiggs McManus for Postmaster.”
Includes photograph of graduating class with W. Coleman Nevils, S.J. on the steps of Healy Hall, undated. Also clippings and invitations.
Report of Publicity Committee, accompanied by photographs and clippings. Includes articles about alumni killed in World War I and the planting of memorial trees in their honor.
Kept by Ralph Duplin who was a member of Georgetown University's baseball and football teams. Contains clippings and a few photographs of baseball and football, 1925-1929. Includes photographs of: Mr. Duplin, “Ed” O’Shea, “Phil” McNamara, and “Hen” Langsen...[Henry J. Lansenkamp?] in sa tudent room; John S. Edmonston; freshman football team, 1925; and Jack Hagerty at 40th reunion of the 1928 football team.
Contains scrapbook of material relating to Rome Schwagel. Among topics covered, his appointment as Graduate Manager of Athletics at Georgetown and his induction into the Navy, 1942. Included is a letter from Schwagel to his mother, dated November 13, 1942, written on Navy Dept., Bureau of Aeronautics, letterhead. Many of the articles relate to Georgetown sports and a photograph of the 1941 Orange Bowl football team is present.
Contains clippings on Georgetown football and track, many relating to Dick Bradley. Included are two snapshots of Bradley in military uniform.
Contains clippings relating to Woodstock College, Maryland. Included are articles on faculty, students, and events. Mention is made of: the Golden Jubilees of John P. Himmelreicher, S.J., and Daniel J. M. Callahan, S.J.; the deaths of Charles J. Denecke, S.J., Thomas A. Becker, S.J. and Francis X. Daly, S.J.; and the ordination of Avery R. Dulles, S.J.