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Spring 1982., 1982

 File
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Saxifrage is a journal of poetry by the students of Georgetown University.

Dates: 1982

Typed Notes: "K-P"., 01/01/1933-12/31/1975

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 118
Identifier: GAMMS1.5.118
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Typed and autograph notes by William K. Wimsatt, Jr. and others, arranged alphabetically by subject.

Dates: 01/01/1933-12/31/1975

Charles Neale, S.J. (3 of 7), 1822-03-29-1822-04-28

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 14
Identifier: 119_60_17
Scope and Contents Contains ALS: from F. Neale to DeBarth on former's property bequests 3/29/1822; from Kenney to McElroy on Marechal's arrival at Rome, successful conclusion to Philadelphia schism, troubles in Ireland 3/30/1822, on same, imprisonment of Hogan, Kohlmann's work against Unitarians 4/28/1822; from Dzierozynski to Fr. General 4/6/1822; from Rantzau to Cary on misc. 4/14/1822; from C. Neale to Dzierozynski on need to reduce Georgetown's expenses 4/22/1822; from Dzierozynski to Cary on Marechal's...
Dates: 1822-03-29-1822-04-28

Correspondence 1977 - C., 01/01/1977-12/31/1977

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 155
Identifier: 66174
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Contains correspondence (1954-1993) sent from various individuals to William H. Natcher. Much of the correspondence in 1973-1974 documents some of the public's reaction to the Watergate scandal. Included is correspondence from some of Natcher's Kentucky constituents, various companies, many interest groups, and officials at Western Kentucky University. The correspondence is arranged chronologically by year.

Dates: 01/01/1977-12/31/1977

BBC - Correspondence re Retirement., 01/01/1964-12/31/1964

 File — Box: 13, Folder: 2
Identifier: 76117
Collection-level Scope and Content Note From the Collection: This collection comprises the second acquisition of the papers of Harman Grisewood (1906-1997). Included is a long run (Boxes 1 through 5) of correspondence from notable individuals such as W.H. Auden, Max Beerbohm, Violet Bonham-Carter, Tom Burns (editor of "The Tablet”), Winston S. Churchill, historian Christopher Dawson, B.B.C. director general Hugh Greene, Vivien Greene (wife of writer Graham Greene), Deirdre and Rupert Hart-Davis, Sibyl Hathaway (Dame of Sark), Saunders Lewis, members...
Dates: 01/01/1964-12/31/1964

Doctor, Charles., 1950 - 1959., bulk: 1950 - 1959

 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: 1950 - 1959.; Majority of material found within 1950 - 1959

Gentel, M. , 5/4/1946., bulk: 1946 - 1946

 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: 5/4/1946.; Majority of material found in 1946 - 1946

Annabella., September 25, 1937; January 1939 and undated.

 File
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Box 3. Alphabetical photographic files Allinsmith — Archer, 110 folders.

Dates: September 25, 1937; January 1939 and undated.

Correspondence, Carbons, A - M., 11/16/1922-08/24/1923

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 7
Identifier: 53579
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Correspondence, reports and other despatches accumulated by CVHE during his service in Washington, D.C. from 1922 to 1923.

Dates: 11/16/1922-08/24/1923

IID-8.1: Mrs. E. W. Long, of Wash. D.C. (widow of R. Cary Long) - "Religion," a poem by L. Racine, translated from the French, with a preface, critical & biographical; Letter to Rev. Charles King, S.J., Loyola College, and to the Committee of Publication, March 4, 1859., 1859

 File — Box: 94
Scope and Contents From the Series:

This series consists of the personal and professional papers of Jesuits associated with Woodstock, former Woodstock Jesuits, ex Jesuits, and Jesuits within and outside the province. The collection is made up of spiritual notes, sermons, class materials, materials for publication, correspondence between Jesuits and family, photos, scrapbooks, diaries, newspaper clippings, and menologies.

Dates: 1859

Hitchcock, Alfred. , 1941 - 1952., bulk: 1941 - 1952

 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: 1941 - 1952.; Majority of material found within 1941 - 1952

John Anthony Grassi, S.J. (32 of 39), 1815-10-03-1815-12-28

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 21
Identifier: 119_58_1
Scope and Contents Contains ALS: from E. Fenwick to Grassi recommending James Dickson 10/3/1815; from E. Fenwick on two students for Georgetown 10/9/1815; from John McElroy, SJ to J.B. Cary, SJ on shipwrecked loss of goods for Georgetown 10/13/1815; from Rev. Charles Nerinckx to Grassi on former's trip to Baltimore 10/15/1815; from Bp L. Neale to Cary on former's activities in St. Mary's Co. 10/20/1815; from Kenney to Grassi recommending bearer 11/6/1815; circular of Bp L. Neale on death of Abp Carroll...
Dates: 1815-10-03-1815-12-28

Correspondence 1981 - C., 01/01/1981-12/31/1981

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 11
Identifier: 66252
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Contains correspondence (1954-1993) sent from various individuals to William H. Natcher. Much of the correspondence in 1973-1974 documents some of the public's reaction to the Watergate scandal. Included is correspondence from some of Natcher's Kentucky constituents, various companies, many interest groups, and officials at Western Kentucky University. The correspondence is arranged chronologically by year.

Dates: 01/01/1981-12/31/1981

Correspondence 1951 A-J., 01/01/1951-12/31/1951

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 7
Identifier: 46150
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series: [Folders 1:1 - 6:13] Correspondence received by CBL from 1933 through 1971. Includes carbon replies from CBL. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent for each year. To maintain the integrity of a series of correspondence by certain individuals, a given year may include letters from preceding years. In such cases, correspondence is filed by the most recent date in the series. Content is primarily social and personal. Some unclassified official correspondence is included. (Further official...
Dates: 01/01/1951-12/31/1951

Corresp. - 5/1971., 05/01/1971-05/31/1971

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 15
Identifier: GAMMS422.2.423
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Chronological Correspondence.

Dates: 05/01/1971-05/31/1971

Genealogy., 01/01/1900-12/31/1900

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 15
Identifier: 81361
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Other historical correspondence found among the Loughborough Family Papers: Part 2. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Dates: 01/01/1900-12/31/1900

1986 (October).

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Published by "The Hoya".

Dates: 1985-1987

Folder 13-1903 (1)

 Item
Scope and Contents Adams, R. J. and James O'Dea. "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie." New York: Shapiro, Remick and Company, 1903. Bock. Wm. E. and Ed F. Cogley. "Glory, A Military Ballad." New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1903. Cohan, George M. "Hey There! May There!" New York: F. A. Mills, 1903. Crawford, Stanley and Andrew B. Sterling. "In the Village by the Sea." New York: Shapiro, Remick and Company, 1903. Gill, Cary. "Rock Me in the Cradle of the Golden Long Ago." New York: Delbert Music Publishing Co.,...
Dates: 1900-1905

Corresp. - 5/1972., 05/01/1972-05/31/1972

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 27
Identifier: GAMMS422.2.435
Series-level Scope and Content Note From the Series:

Chronological Correspondence.

Dates: 05/01/1972-05/31/1972

John Anthony Grassi, S.J. (6 of 39), 1812-09-08-1812-10-30

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 14
Identifier: 119_57.1_3
Scope and Contents Contains ALS from Egan to Grassi on declining health of Beschter 9/8/1812; from Kohlmann to Grassi on unfitness of Malou, use of Conewago house as Novitiate, unfitness of Beschter as Master of Novices 9/11/1812; from Leonard Neale to Grassi on former's resentment of latter's rebuke re management of Georgetown 9/12/1812; from Bro. Joseph Mobberly to Grassi recommending St. Inigoes for Novitiate undated (pres. Summer 1812); from Grassi to Beschter on latter's relocation to White Marsh,...
Dates: 1812-09-08-1812-10-30