The Ralph Straus papers consist of 19 folders of individual correspondence received from numerous well-known British writers and artists. Arrangement is alphabetical by surname. Content is social as well as literary with references to Straus' books.
Abrreviations used include RS (Ralph Strauss); ALS (autograph letter signed); AMsS (autograph manuscript signed); TLS (typed letter signed); TMs (typed manuscript).
Day Scholars 1884-1885 to 1887-1888, handwritten, in alphabetical order, includes parent's name.
1888-1889, handwritten, in alphabetical order, with full name, home town and state, parent's name, and full address.
1890-1891 and 1891-1892, handwritten in alphabetical order.
Contains posters of various student events.
Printed material. Includes issues of "View from the Outside" newsletter, Not With My Life You Don't: A Georgetown Student Handbook, and Abolish ROTC pamphlet.
Gift of Leonor K. Sullivan, 1976/1977.
Collection consists of photocopies; originals located at St. Louis University Library, St. Louis, Missouri.
Material pertains primarily to U.S.-Panama treaty negotiations relating to the Panama Canal and a proposed interoceanic Atantic-Pacific sea-level canal.
Mainly brochures. Also includes newsletters and other printed material.