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View of Georgetown campus from the Virginia side of the Potomac

View of Georgetown campus from the Virginia side of the Potomac

Georgetown University Archives

This guide introduce researchers to the Georgetown University Archives: what we do, what materials we have, and how to get started with identifying and using material in the Archives.

Where to start

Not all of the collections in the University Archives are searchable online. For that reason, researchers are strongly encouraged to contact a staff member in the University Archives at the outset of their project to ensure all relevant materials are identified. However, there are several ways in which researchers can find out about the records in the University Archives beyond just speaking with Archives staff. These options are discussed in more detail in separate links in the navigational panel on the left.

 

Image of archival boxes on shelves

Image of archival boxes in the Booth Family Center for Special Collections, 2015

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