The report is a 454 page bound manuscript written in Spanish in scribal hand, dated to approximately 1760.
This series consists of America Magazine General Correspondence. Within this series will be found folders filed by topic and/or names of specific individuals to and from whom correspondence was either addressed or received. In addition, one will occasionally find correspondence which predates the founding of America Magazine. This particular type of correspondence, normally addressed to Father Wynne, the founding editor, was incorporated into the America Magazine general file.
Consists of correspondence falling mostly between the years 1972 and 1985 from various individuals to William H. Natcher. The individuals include government agency administrators, members of Congress, Democratic Party officials, leaders of interest groups and unions, Kentucky state leaders, and celebrities. Much of the correspondence pertains to matters of Congressional appropriations and legislation. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
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.