Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
Two scrapbook leaves containing captioned snapshots. Among those photographed: Chat Lancaster; Thomas Gasson, S.J.; Bill Curtin; John Morris; Jack McNulty; Tom Burke; Joe Dilkes; Ted Delaney; Warrick Montgomery; Bob Zuger; Gaius Gannon; Charlie Cox; Bob Gorman; David I. Walsh; President John B. Creeden, S.J., at 1918 commencement; and Helen Kemp.
Contains clippings relating mainly to the Graduate School. Among topics covered: appointment of Robert I. Gannon, S.J., as President of Fordham, 1936; reorganization of graduate study and opening of the Graduate School at Georgetown, 1936; admission of women into the Graduate School, 1943; death of Aloysius J. Hogan, S.J., in 1944; and launching of the U.S.S. Ingraham by Tibor Kerekes in 1944.
Contains newspapers clippings. Topics covered include: interreligious Civil Rights Rally in McDonough Gymnasium and award of honorary degree to U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson at convocation to mark the closing of the University's 175th Anniversary celebrations.
Contains clippings re Georgetown University/Washington, D.C., 1960. Among topics covered: residents’ protests against the conversion of three buildings on 36th and Prospect Streets for use as the 1789 restaurant; Archivist William C. Repetti, S.J., showing the Library's Tom Sawyer manuscript to local children; Rhodes Scholarship winner George P. Giard, Jr.; and blind Russian students learning foreign languages without visual aids. Also present, profile of Edward Bennett Williams.
Contains clippings re Georgetown football, basketball, and baseball. Includes line drawing of Jim Mooney and copy of the freshmen rules.
Contains clippings about Coach John R. Thompson, II, and the Georgetown basketball team. Includes articles on trip to Taiwan, 1976, and on players Mike Riley, Derrick Jackson, Craig Esherick, Craig Shelton, and Al Dutch.
Contains articles relating to training and competitions. Also included are the team budget for 1961 and the program from the 1962 Athletic Award Banquet, signed by Coach Don Cadle and all the crew team members who received "G" certificates (David Casey, Patrick D. Doyle, Carl Haeger, John G. Hoeschler, James Mietus, Michael J. Mullin, Martin J. O'Brien, Paul T. Ritter, Peter W. Reyburn, and Frederic Volbrecht.)
Contains clippings about Georgetown University. Among topics covered: women students in the Nursing School taking courses in the College of Arts and Sciences; resumption of crew as a varsity sport; and deaths of Vladimir V. Gsovski, Paul R. Sullivan and Kelvin T. MacKavanagh, S.J. Also present, pictorial spread on the baptism of John F. Kennedy, Jr., by Martin J. Casey, S.J., in the Georgetown University Hospital chapel.
Contains clippings relating to the birth of John F. Kennedy, Jr., at Georgetown University Hospital. Also clippings on President-Elect John F. Kennedy's Cabinet picks.
Contains clippings and correspondence. Also, annual report, May 1942.
Contains clippings about the purchase of Halcyon House on Prospect Street, construction of the new [Reiss] Science Center, South Korean actress and student Gihee Chio, and installation of new seismographs. Also present, a copy of letter from Jacqueline Kennedy to Donn Murphy, head of the Mask and Bauble Society, dated October 13, 1961, thanking Mask and Bauble for a Shakespeare performance at the White House.
Contains articles on 150th Anniversary planning and events. Included is a clipping on alumnus John Barrymore.
Contains clippings on Georgetown University sports, primarily football. Includes articles on players Joe Alenty, Charley Parcells and Frank Williamson and on Coaches Jack Hagerty and Tommy Mills. Also highlighted are basketball players Dick King, Tommy Carolan and Joe O'Neil, baseball coach Clayton Sheedy, and shot-putter Leo Sexton.
Contains clippings on Georgetown University Sports, including football, basketball, track, hockey, and golf. Among those highlighted: golfers Billy Shea and Bill Dettweiler; pitcher Henry Bertrand; football coach Jack Hagerty and players Joe Mellendeck, Jules Koshlap, Joe McFadden and Myron Darmohray; basketball coach Elmer Ripley and basketball captain Joe Murphy; shot putter Al Blozis; and boxer Jim Brady. Includes photograph of football game against Fordham.