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Other Special Collections at Georgetown

The Special Collections and Archives Department at the Georgetown Law Library Located in the Edward Bennett Williams Law Library, the Special Collections and Archives Department maintains the Georgetown Law Library's rare, historical and archival materials. The staff and collections at the Georgetown Law Library are separate from those in the Georgetown University Library and the Dahlgren Memorial Library.

The Woodstock Theological Library Housed in the lower level of Lauinger Library, the Woodstock Theological Library has impressive special collections of 16th–19th-century Roman Catholic, Jesuit and American theological resources.

Angelica: Art and Culture An image and textual database providing the Georgetown University community with textual descriptions and digital surrogates of thousands of art history slides in the art history collection of the department of Art & Art History. Angelica contains more than 155,000 text records and 50,000 digital imagesThe database is for the exclusive educational use only of faculty and students at Georgetown University. A NetID is required for access. Materials, text and image are copyrighted.