Mainly relating to sports. Opening pages contain signatures and comments by students and comments on performances at local theaters (Poli's, New National, Belasco's, Hippodrone New York City). Includes tickets to dances, photographs of Collier Hall, the main gates, Washington, D.C., and Mount Vernon, and 1914-1915 Georgetown University Athletic Association football and baseball ticket. Also game statistics from the Sun Bowl 1950.
Contains photographs and clippings. Among those featured: Marilyn Brickley; the Arnold Air Society; the Rifle Team; Cadet Colonel John E. Quinn; Colonel Ansel J. Wheeler; Master Sergeant Leo Kolarsky; and General Earle E. Patridge. Also included is material relating to Georgetown's observance of the 50th anniversary of powered flight.
Contains clippings re John J. Collins, S.J., Bishop of Antiphellos and Vicar Apostolic of Jamaica. Among topics covered: World War I and the Bishop's Silver Jubilee.
Contains pPhotographs and clippings.
Contains printed and handwritten letters of congratulation on Georgetown's Centennial. The letters, addressed to the University President and faculty, are from presidents of colleges and universities, both in the U.S. and in Europe, and from members of the Church Hierarchy.
Contains clippings about Georgetown Prep athletics (specifically its football, basketball, crew, and baseball teams.) References to Maurice Joyce, Patrick Dempsey, and the University boathouse are included.
Two scrapbook leaves containing captioned snapshots. Among those photographed: Chat Lancaster; Thomas Gasson, S.J.; Bill Curtin; John Morris; Jack McNulty; Tom Burke; Joe Dilkes; Ted Delaney; Warrick Montgomery; Bob Zuger; Gaius Gannon; Charlie Cox; Bob Gorman; David I. Walsh; President John B. Creeden, S.J., at 1918 commencement; and Helen Kemp.
Contains clippings and programs from the 1927 football season. Included at the back are snapshots of campus and Washington, D.C.
Contains clippings relating mainly to the Graduate School. Among topics covered: appointment of Robert I. Gannon, S.J., as President of Fordham, 1936; reorganization of graduate study and opening of the Graduate School at Georgetown, 1936; admission of women into the Graduate School, 1943; death of Aloysius J. Hogan, S.J., in 1944; and launching of the U.S.S. Ingraham by Tibor Kerekes in 1944.
Contains newspapers clippings. Topics covered include: interreligious Civil Rights Rally in McDonough Gymnasium and award of honorary degree to U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson at convocation to mark the closing of the University's 175th Anniversary celebrations.
Contains clippings re Georgetown University/Washington, D.C., 1960. Among topics covered: residents’ protests against the conversion of three buildings on 36th and Prospect Streets for use as the 1789 restaurant; Archivist William C. Repetti, S.J., showing the Library's Tom Sawyer manuscript to local children; Rhodes Scholarship winner George P. Giard, Jr.; and blind Russian students learning foreign languages without visual aids. Also present, profile of Edward Bennett Williams.