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Presidents’ Correspondence and Other Materials (Richards, Whitney, Daugherty), 1888-1904

 Collection
Identifier: GTA-000010
Scope and Contents Included are copies of outgoing letters from the tenures of three Georgetown University Presidents - J. Havens Richards (1888-1898), John D. Whitney (1898-1901) and Jerome Daugherty (1901-1905), as well as incoming correspondence received by Father Richards between 1888 and 1898. A volume listing major donations to Georgetown University, 1891-1898, is also present. The correspondence documents the work of Presidents Richards, Whitney and Daugherty during a period of major reform...
Dates: 1872 - 1904; Majority of material found within 1888 - 1898

J. Havens Richards, S.J., Papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTA-20211201
Scope and Contents The J. Havens Richards, S.J. papers consist of 1 linear foot of materials for sermons and addresses, correspondence, and other documents, dating from 1872, whilst Richards was a student at Boston College, to several decades after his death in 1923. The majority of the papers consist of outlines and notes for sermons, addresses, and lectures. Most of these date from 1899-1923, the period after Richards’ presidency, during which he served as spiritual father and minister at several...
Dates: 1872 - 1957

Catholic Historical Manuscripts Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GTM-820831
Scope and Contents The Catholic Historical Manuscripts Collection is an artificial collection containing documents generated by significant Jesuits associated with Georgetown University in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. It includes correspondence, handwritten documents, financial account information, and bound manuscripts. Noteworthy individuals include Simon Brute, Joseph-Pierre de Cloriviere, Pierre Jean DeSmet, Alphonsus Donlon, Louis William DuBourg, Francis Dzierozynski,...
Dates: 1738 - 1927; Majority of material found within 1800 - 1900

Hildred Roach Collection on Pan African Composers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-20230714
Scope and Contents This collection is currently unprocessed and access to it may therefore be limited. Researchers are advised to contact the Booth Family Center for Special Collections for more information on access to this collection.The collection contains materials related to Pan African composers and musicians that was collected by Hildred Roach. It includes music scores from a variety of Black composers, Hildred Roach concert programs, and music recordings...
Dates: 1950 - 2014

Hollingsworth & Whitney., 10/29/1903-11/27/1907

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 184
Identifier: 69739
Collection-level Scope and Content Note From the Collection: The E. E. Libbey Papers are comprised of 3.0 linear feet of materials, including correspondence, receipts, and order forms documenting business conducted by E. E. Libbey, a dealer in pulpwood, cedar posts, white birch, and hemlock bark in Pittsfield, Maine. These records, spanning the years 1900 to 1912, provide a glimpse into Maine's bustling turn-of-the century timber and pulpwood industries. Libbey bought and sold various types of wood. His correspondents included individuals from all...
Dates: 10/29/1903-11/27/1907

The Misses Whitney., 12/28/1850-12/28/1856

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 73
Identifier: 68108
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Please note that correspondents often mention acquaintances or other individuals but will not provide their complete names. When known, the full name is given in parentheses. Also, in the case of the Clarke family, one A.K. Clark signs her name without the 'e' although it is likely that she is a member of the Clarke family. She also cites (her husband?) inconsistently as 'Mr. Clark' or 'Mr. Clarke.' Descriptions for each letter will use the spelling that the correspondent has used.

Dates: 12/28/1850-12/28/1856

Whitney, Thomas H., 04/28/1896 - 07/25/1897

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents note From the Collection:

The Rogers Family Papers consist of fifteen series, the first being on the Rogers & Clarke families in general, and the remainder focusing on the papers of individuals such as James Webb Rogers I, J. Harris Rogers, James Charles Rogers, Cora Rogers Clarke, Phillips H. Clarke Jr., Mae Harris Clarke and George E. Sullivan. The final series contains objects and oversize materials of varying types.

Extent: 30 linear feet Number of Boxes: 19, with 11 oversize containers

Dates: 04/28/1896 - 07/25/1897

Letterpress Book (Whitney/Daugherty) , 1900 November 8 - 1904 May 25

 File — Box: 7, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Among those listed in the alphabetical name index at the front of the volume are Berlin Photographic Company, C. J. Bonaparte, Don M.A. Calderon, Jerome Daugherty, J.S. Easby-Smith, H.F. Gloetzner, George M. Kober, Miss Eloise Lusk, George Magruder, J. Fairfax McLaughlin, S.R. Mallory, Mother Superior Mount St. Agnes, Chief of Ordnance, Seth Shepard, U.S. Electric Light Company, Father Ramon Vinuesa, and Claude R. Zappone. Letters of July 11, 1901 announce the retirement of John D. Whitney...
Dates: 1900 November 8 - 1904 May 25

Whitney, D. B., 09/01/1907-12/31/1907

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 206
Identifier: 69980
Collection-level Scope and Content Note From the Collection: The E. E. Libbey Papers are comprised of 3.0 linear feet of materials, including correspondence, receipts, and order forms documenting business conducted by E. E. Libbey, a dealer in pulpwood, cedar posts, white birch, and hemlock bark in Pittsfield, Maine. These records, spanning the years 1900 to 1912, provide a glimpse into Maine's bustling turn-of-the century timber and pulpwood industries. Libbey bought and sold various types of wood. His correspondents included individuals from all...
Dates: 09/01/1907-12/31/1907

2:16. Whitney, J.H., 06/29/1948., bulk: 1948 - 1948

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

The collection consists of the personal papers of William Harding Jackson. Correspondents include President Eisenhower, Constantine FitzGibbon, Arthur Gardner, Gordon Gray, and Richard M. Nixon, among others. A run of letters regarding Wendell Willkie's 1940 presidential campaign is also included among the documents. Some typed manuscripts by Jackson, a few photographs of him, and a series of printed materials round out the collection.

Dates: 06/29/1948.; Majority of material found in 1948 - 1948

Whitney, Phyllis A., 10/26/1985-01/21/1986

 File — Box: 12, Folder: 25
Identifier: 37010
Collection-level Scope and Content Note From the Collection: The Kenneth Atchity Collection is a set of personal papers of Kenneth J. Atchity comprised of correspondence, manuscripts, lecture notes, scrapbooks, video tapes, printed ephemera and related material, comprising 42 linear feet of material arranged in 29 boxes. The collection is arranged in eight series: the Individuals Correspondence Series, the Scripts and Manuscripts Series, the Academic Series, the Business Files Series, the Printed Materials Series, the Video Series, the Scrapbook...
Dates: 10/26/1985-01/21/1986

Whitney, Phyllis A., 01/02/1983-02/25/1987

 File — Box: 21, Folder: 16
Identifier: 37525
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Contracts, business correspondence and other materials relating to KJA's business career with L/A House and 'Shades of Love.'

Dates: 01/02/1983-02/25/1987

Whitney, Gordon D., 01/01/1965-12/31/1967

 File — Box: 29, Folder: 71
Identifier: 84928
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

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.

Dates: 01/01/1965-12/31/1967

Haley, Whitney W. , 1923., bulk: 1923 - 1923

 File
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Quigley archive is, properly speaking, the photo “morgue” of Quigley Publications, active under various titles since 1915 in motion picture industry trade publishing (Motion Picture Herald, Motion Picture Daily, and others). Primarily an assemblage of publicity photos, the archive is a unique national resource for photographs of motion picture industry people: producers, directors, animators, and their colleagues. Actors and actresses figure less prominently, but are well represented...
Dates: 1923.; Majority of material found in 1923 - 1923

Whitney, John D., 1901.

 File
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Correspondence to Georgetown University presidents. Mainly from other colleges and universities concerning event invitations or educational matters. Arranged by name of president to which they were sent. Folders from President O'Leary onward include some copies of responses.

Dates: 1901.

Stoddard, Whitney., 10/04/1976-10/04/1976

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 51
Identifier: GAMMS424.1.51
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Correspondence from Richard M. Helms. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Dates: 10/04/1976-10/04/1976

Letterpress Book (Richards/Whitney) , 1897 August 6 - 1899 September

 Item — Box: 6, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Among those listed in the alphabetical name index at the front of the volume are Father Francis Barnum, Benziger Brothers, Barber and Rose, Sister Borromeo, Barrington Brothers, Samuel L. Busey, Father William Cowardin, Don Joaquim Barnado Cabo, John Vinton Dahlgren, Elizabeth Dahlgren, James Duffy and Company, James Cardinal Gibbons, Mrs. L. Beauchamp Hughes, George Kober, Mullin and Sons, G.L. Magruder, Sidney E. Mudd, Judge Pacificus Ord, Paul Pelz, School and Home Decor Company, and...
Dates: 1897 August 6 - 1899 September

Letterpress Book (Whitney), 1899 September 23 - 1900 November 7

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Among those listed in the alphabetical name index at the front of the volume are Commissioners of the District of Columbia, Father William Cowardin, Commissioner of Education San Juan, Sister M. Euphrasia of the Convent of Notre Dame, George E. Hamilton, G.L. Magruder, Martin F. Morris, J. Fairfax McLaughlin, E. Francis Riggs, Sister Superior of St. Agnes Hospital, Sisters at Georgetown Convent, Wagner Electric Manufacturing Company, and Claude R. Zappone.Included are letters to:...
Dates: 1899 September 23 - 1900 November 7