Case 8: Into the Twentieth Century
Front View of the Georgetown University Hospital
First building of the university hospital, N Street between 35th and 36th streets, N.W. 1898
92. [Prospectus, Georgetown University Hospital] February 25, 1897
A Menace to Georgetown: An Account of the Recent Attempt to Cut Streets through
the College Grounds. A Blue and Gray Book by the President of the University.
Town vs. Gown 1908.
94. First graduating class, School of Nursing. Silver gelatin print, 1906
95. M. J. Colbert to Rev. Jerome Daugherty, S.J. July 24, 1901
96. Scholarship notice. Georgetown University Alumni Club of Philadelphia. ca. 1902
Financial Account 1908-09
98. The Student Army Training Corps. Silver gelatin print [1917?]
Origins of the School of Foreign Service
99. [Constantine McGuire]
Memorandum on a school for the diplomatic and consular
This document provided the inspiration for the School of Foreign Service
100. Edmonston. Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. Silver gelatin print, 1933
Georgetown University academic exercises commemorating the founding of the
School of Foreign Service. November 25, 1919
102. [Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J.]
Draft of a circular communication relating to the
establishment of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service
103. Tenschert and Flack. School of Foreign Service Georgetown University. 1924.
Silver gelatin print
New World Diplomacy: a series of radio broadcasts tracing the development of
international relations among the states of the western hemisphere. School of Foreign Service
105. Professor Boyd-Carpenter with two of the first women admitted to the Graduate
School. Silver gelatin print, 1944
106. U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps.
Enlist in a proud profession!
107. Dwight D. Eisenhower to Rev. Edward Bunn, S.J. November 1, 1956
108. Aerial view of the Georgetown University campus. Silver gelatin print, 1927
109. [Rev. W. C. Nevils, S.J.]
Georgetown Endowment Association
110. [Rev. W. C. Nevils, S.J.]
Greater Georgetown: The College
Georgetown began systematic fund raising in the late twenties, just in time for the depression.
111. Rev. William Coleman Nevils, S.J. President of Georgetown, 1928-1935. Silver
gelatin print [1928?]
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