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The Howard W. Gunlocke (C '34) Rare Book and Special Collections Room is on the fifth floor of Georgetown University's Lauinger Library, at 3700 O Street NW (click here for campus map).
The Gunlocke Room is open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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The Howard W. Gunlocke (C '34) Rare Book and Special Collections Room is named after its benefactor, of Jamestown, New York, who generously established the room at the founding of Lauinger Library in 1970, to provide a reading area for those using the holdings in Special Collections, and a permanent exhibition venue for changing selections from Special Collections and other sources.

Georgetown University Special Collections - Exhibitions

David Jones: A Painter of Words and His Circle

Howard W. Gunlocke (C '34) Rare Book and Special Collections Room

February 23 - May 22, 2009

 

 

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