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Richard J. Donohue Book Endowment Fund

Image of a bookplate with the Georgetown University seal, with the text Gift of the Richard J. Donohue Book Endowment Fund established November 1984, with the Georgetown University Library logo

See a list of items purchased with this fund.

The Richard J. Donohue Book Endowment Fund was established in 1984 by Richard J. Donohue, College Class of 1923. Mr. Donohue was a long-time supporter of the Library Associates before establishing this endowment. He died on October 14, 1987, leaving a further bequest to the fund.

The fund is used for general acquisitions.

Related Link:

August 1985 Newsletter: Richard J. Donohue Endowment