Contracts, business correspondence and other materials relating to KJA's business career with L/A House and 'Shades of Love.'
Contains subject files regarding various aspects of the Lincoln assassination. Mostly correspondence, published articles, and newspaper clippings. Consists of materials generated by, received by, and collected by Richard D. Mudd. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Contains correspondence, manuscripts, transcripts, and other documents pertaining to U.S. Catholic Church History. Boxes 12 and 13, which deal with notable individuals in U.S. Catholic History, are arranged alphabetically by last name of individual. Boxes 14 through 20 contain documents which focus on the history of Catholicism in particular geographic places in America, and they are arranged alphabetically by geographic area.
Predominantly photographic negatives of University events (including John Carroll Awards Weekend, reunion, and presidential inauguration of John J. DeGioia). Also includes various images of campus and headshots of faculty and staff.
The Spanish Jesuits Series contains items by and about Spanish Jesuits, acquired by Georgetown University from Sotheby's (28 June 1976, lot 3947).
Government of the Dominican Republic. Order Duarte, Sanchez Y Mella, imposed by the Dominican Republic Foreign Minister, Hon. Porfirio Herrera, during the XII Assembly of the Inter American Commission of Women, as its Executive Secretary, Ciudad Trujillo, D.R., 1956.
Boxes 1-9 are arranged alphabetically and contain correspondence to and from Scott. Boxes 10-12 are arranged chronologically and contain primarily outgoing correspondence from Scott. Much of the correspondence deals with topics treated as separate units in the papers. Any study of these topics should include a perusal of the correspondence files.
This series contains the material that was added to the collection in 2004 including items related to Bolivia, the report of the inspection of the embassy, invitations, and photographs.