The Rev. Stephen X. Winters, S.J. Papers comprises a miscellany of items contained in the Rev. Stephen X. Winters Estate. The manuscripts are for the most part juvenilia and student notes in Rhetoric and Greek, while the majority of the collection is made up of various family photographs, and varia found in the Estate. Also included are a number of clippings of Fr. Winters' articles from his tenure as associate editor of the Messenger of the Sacred Heart.
The collection documents the career of author Jack Womack and contains correspondence, manuscripts, articles, and ephemera. It also includes correspondence and manuscripts by science fiction author William Gibson.
Scrapbook belonging to a British woman, containing cut silhouettes, paste-in watercolors and pencil sketches re European tour and trip to South America.
Woman's scrapbook containing autograph transcriptions of poetry; sketches, printed engravings.
Of Healy Hall, Healy Hall and the main gates, Dalhgren Chapel, Copley Hall, Old South, Observatory, White-Gravenor, and Old South.
This is a small collection of correspondence by numerous eminent English Anglican clergymen to Robert Woodward and his wife, concerning primarily the acknowledgement of invitations to visit the Woodwards at their home, Arley Castle in Bewdley, Worcestershire.
Includes the final report of the Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation to the President of Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University, 2016), as well as print-outs of press coverage of issues surrounding Georgetown University and slavery, Jesuits and slavery, and the release of the report. Also includes programs from the Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition, and Hope and the dedication of Isaac Hawkins Hall and Anne Marie Becraft Hall on April 18, 2017.