Case 9: From Eisenhower to Viet-Nam
- 112. Proposed Foreign Service School. Silver gelatin print 
- Thankfully, this proposed School of Foreign Service building remained a
gleam in the eye of the architect 
- 113. Ground breaking ceremonies for McDonough Memorial Gymnasium. Silver
- print. 1950
- 114. Georgetown University Foreign Service Annex. Silver gelatin print, 1949
- Rev. Edmund Walsh, S.J., inspecting war-surplus buildings erected on 37th
Street to hold the burgeoning post-war enrollments. This building first
served as naval barracks at Solomon's Island, Maryland.
- 115. Frs. Walsh and McGrath with Professor Leon Dostert and technician,
- Institute of Languages and Linguistics. Silver gelatin print
- 116. Georgetown University School of Foreign Service announces the
- Languages and Linguistics 
- 117. Jean Canu. Towards a comparative study of world civilization.
Institute of Languages
- and Linguistics monograph series on area studies. No.
1. April, 1952
- 118. Henry M. Cunningham. Memorandum to the committee meeting on proposed
curriculum for business administration programs 
The Institute of Languages and Linguistics and the Business School were
natural outgrowths of the Foreign Service School. The School of Languages
Linguistics began separate operations in 1949; the Business School in 1955.
- 119. [Aerial photograph, Georgetown University medical campus] Silver
- print [1960?]
- 120. [Aerial photograph, Georgetown University campus] Ektachrome print,
- The university as left by Rev. Edward Bunn, S.J.
- 121. Peter Carter [Rev. Edward B. Bunn, S.J. President of Georgetown
- Silver gelatin print [1964?]
The 175th Anniversary Celebrations: A Dress Rehearsal for the Bicentennial
- 122. 175th Anniversary commemorative key chain
- 123. A selection of books published during the 175th anniversary celebration
- 124. [Poster] Hans J. Morgenthau. The Dilemmas of American Foreign Policy.
- Walsh lecture series. February 10, 1964
- 125. "Tradition Crumbles: College Adds Girls." The Hoya,
Vol. 50 No. 1,
- September 14, 1968.
- 126. Georgetown Students for a Democratic Society. Not with My Life You
- A Georgetown Student Handbook 
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