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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Hilltop Remembered by William G. McEvitt, M.D.

Identifier: GTA-000765
Scope and Contents Memoirs published by the Georgetown University Library, 1982 (multiple copies). McEvitt was a College and Medical School student between 1927 and 1936 and this publication provides insight into campus life, social events, and faculty and administrators at this time. Included are references to: hazing (pg 5); Postmaster campaign (pg. 5); the Jug (pg. 7); the Walks (pgs 9-10; Lou Little (pgs 17-18); Nine Fridays (pg. 25); fraternities (pg. 30); College store (pg. 31); Sugar's, Hoya Inn, and...
Dates: 1982

National Youth Administration Records

Identifier: GTA-000059-DS
Scope and Contents

The National Youth Administration was introduced at Georgetown University for the purpose of providing financial assistance to students who would otherwise have been unable to continue their education. These records document the establishment and operation of the program at Georgetown.

Dates: 1935-1943

Riggs Library: Diary of Activities

Identifier: GTA-140311
Scope and Contents

Entries for 1938 reference the beginning of a Works Progress Administration (WPA) inventory of the Library. Other entries detail acquisitions, changes in classifications schemes and arrangements, new staff, etc.

Dates: 1938-1943