Contains files from Bicentennial Director Charles Currie, S.J. and cover aspects of planning for the year-long celebration and include material on the planning and development of events, day to day administration of staff and projects, and fundraising, among other topics. Currie was appointed Bicentennial Director in 1986. The role ended in the fall of 1989 following the Bicentennial closing activities.
Slideshow on Georgetown history prepared by University Archivist Jon K. Reynolds.
Five designs: Bicentennial Seal; University Seal; Bicentennial vertical stage units; Bicentennial paint elevation; Bicentennial lectern/floor.
Contains issues of The Washington Post, The Washington Times, and USA Today from election day 1992 and issues of The Washington Post with inauguration coverage, 01/20-21/1993.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, statements, interviews, news releases, photographs, and newspaper clippings concerning the Garrison investigation of the Kennedy assassination as covered by Richard Billings, reporter for Life Magazine, 1967-1968.
Note: Click on "External Documents" below for a link to the finding aid for the collection.
The collection consists of audiovisual recordings related to bioethics, the bulk of which are recordings of lectures delievered at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics (KIE). This includes the KIE's Intensive Bioethics Courses and Advanced Bioethics Courses. The recordings are in a variety of formats, including audio cassettes, compact discs, DVDs, micro cassettes, VHS cassette tapes, 1/4" open reel audio, and other formats.
The collection consists of records related to the Biomedical Ethics Advisory Committee (BEAC). BEAC was formed in 1987 to counsel the congressional members of the national Biomedical Ethics Board on ethical issues that arise in the delivery of healthcare and biomedical research.