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REV. RICHARD C. LAW, SJ PAPERS

Approximately 500 transcribed letters received by Rev. Richard C. Law,S.J. and other faculty at Georgetown University during World War II from alumni and other former students on active duty with the armed services. In general, the letters largely gossip about other alums (from letters and meetings), some providing glimpses of training, combat, or cultural experiences in North Africa, Europe, or China. Most of the information in these letters is found in digest form in the Discipline Office Newsletter,included in the collection.

BULK DATES: 1942 - 1945
SPAN DATES: 1941 - 1945

EXTENT: 2 boxes

SERIES


SERIES: 1. Georgetown Alumni Armed Services Series


SERIES DESCRIPTION: Transcriptions of correspondence received by Rev. Richard C. Law, S.J. fromalumni and other former students on active duty with the armed servicesduring World War II.

SERIES: 2. Georgetown Coll. Discipline Office Newsletter


SERIES DESCRIPTION: Mimeographed newsletters of 1-3 leaves, distributed to alumni or formerstudents in service, presenting news of campus, deaths, misc. doings, andaddresses of servicemen. 1943-1946

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