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Books on Georgetown University History
This guide presents an overview of books on Georgetown University history which are often useful starting points for research projects
The following books present historic and more contemporary photographs of Georgetown University 's campus, buildings, and academic and student life. Where they are available in the general collection of Lauinger Library, links to their call numbers are included. They are all available in the University Archives. The Archives' copies do not circulate; request them via the Aeon request system.
This is a book of mainly images. Some of these were commissioned for the publication, others were sourced from the University Archives. The book is housed in the Rare Books collection and is available for use in the Booth Family Center for Special Collections; request it via the Aeon request system
O'Neill, Paul R. Georgetown University. Charleston, S.C. : Arcadia Publishing, 2003. Second edition published in 2020 is available in the University Archives
Black and white photographs arranged chronologically, accompanied by with explanatory captions