Contains photographs of the launch of the SS Georgetown Victory at the Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard, Baltimore, Maryland, and of her traveling under the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia. Also included, clipping re the ship’s running aground off Killard Point, County Down, Northern Ireland, in 1946.
This collection contains materials on James Clark's years at West Point and in the Army, several folders of familial and Jesuit correspondence, but mathematical MSS and sermons comprise more than half the collection.
The Edward Rice Collection includes correspondence regarding Jubilee Magazine, issues of Jubilee Magazine, information of Rice's friend, Thomas Merton, photographs, and artwork.
The collection contains briefing materials for the third meeting of the KIE's International Advisory Board. The binder belonged to Paul B. Cornely.
The Jesuit Guild of Washington Records contain ephemera (e.g., flyers, invitations, correspondence, and newspaper clippings) and photographs surrounding the social and fundriaising events hosted by the Guild. There are also several items related to the governance of the organization.
The Charles Pergler Papers comprise 1.5 linear feet of material consisting of correspondence, legal documents, clippings, ephemera, diaries and other materials arranged in 39 folders in 1 box.
The collection consists of photographs related to the Kennedy Institute of Ethics (KIE), primarily dating from the 1970s. It includes images of KIE and bioethics library staff, lectures (inclding the Intensive Bioethics Course), and buildings/spaces used by the KIE. The collection primarily contains photographic prints, although it also includes contact sheets, negatives, slides, and digital images.
The collection contains meeting briefing materials for Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation Trustee's meetings held between 1976 and 1983. The materials all relate to the funding of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics (KIE) and the relations between Georgetown University and the Foundation. It includes project proposals, reports from the KIE to the Foundation, and internal KIE communications.
The collection contains the final report for Project No. 30131-G-74-02, a study on pregnancy conducted by the Kennedy Institute of Ethics (KIE) in 1974. KIE Director André Hellegers was the Principle Investigator. Other collaborators include Ray Branson, Leon Kass, Ann Neale, Roy Capone, and Jeanne Clare Ridley.