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.
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
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.
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.
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.