Box 11. Alphabetical photographic files Ben-Ami — Beresin, Jack, 66 folders.
This box contains the following: copies of papers given by friends and associates (Folders 1 to 22) and arranged alphabetically by last name - these are not associated with Georgetown University. Georgetown University-related student papers make up Fodlers 23 to 29 and are arranged alphabetically while Gerogetown University Faculty papers and projects comprise Folders 30 to 35 and also arranged alphabetically.
The Subject Files series contains correspondence, notes, articles, printouts, clippings, and other ephemera of Stephen Graubard, primarily relating to his work as Editor of Daedalus and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, but including material regarding his work for the Carnegie Scholars program, as professor at Brown University, etc. The series is further divided into two sub-series comprising alphabetical and chronologically arranged files.
Monthly publication produced by the Office of University Development and Public Relations from March 1952-July 1968. Succeeded by "Georgetown Today".
Audio recordings of events or programs at or associated with Georgetown University including conferences and visits by politicians, diplomats, and clergy. Speakers include Konrad Adenauer, Eugene McCarthy, and Henry Kissinger, as well as University administrators and faculty such as Edward B. Bunn, S.J., Edmund A. Walsh, S.J., Carroll Quigley, Jan Karski, and Joseph T. Durkin, S.J.