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Pathways to the Presidency: Election and Inauguration Items from Special Collections
Charles Marvin Fairchild (SFS '48) Memorial Gallery
November 17, 2008 – March 3, 2009





Essays
Photographs

 

Essays
Special Collections Department Head Marty Barringer and former University Archivist Jon Reynolds contributed essays to various campus publications, such as Georgetown Magazine. Included here are some selections that offer unique glimpses into Georgetown's institutional history.

Historical Sketch of Georgetown University
Georgetown Timeline
History of Georgetown University Library
Georgetown, Atlanta, the Olympics and the Library
SS. Georgetown Victory
Women of Georgetown
Fr. Barnum on Linguistic Research
Fr. Barnum's Practical Jokes
Provenance Lost
Tuition
The Dogs of Georgetown
They Came to Georgetown: The Italians
They Came to Georgetown: Immigrant Musicians
They Came to Georgetown: The Irish (I)
They Came to Georgetown: The Irish (II)
They Came to Georgetown: The French Sulpicians
What it Was Was Football!

 

Photographs
In recent years, we have scanned many photographs for many purposes, at many sizes and varying resolutions. The only order is the groupings presented below. We plan to rationalize the collection as time permits. In the meantime, please note that all rights are reserved. Many of these images are in the public domain, but many are not. For further information, please contact University Archivist Lynn Conway via email or at 202-687-7631.

General Views Groups
Buildings Documents
Interiors Statues and Things
Events The 60s
Sports Related Places
People Recent Scans
The Neighborhood  

 

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