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Georgetown University between 1955 and 1975

This guide highlights online sources useful for research on Georgetown University between 1955 and 1975

Introduction and Overview


This guide identifies online sources useful for research into the events, people, issues and trends which impacted and shaped Georgetown University between 1955 and 1975. Use the links to the left to navigate through its contents. Note that a timeline of significant events at Georgetown between 1955 and 1975 and a list of helpful publications are also included.

The University Archivist is available to discuss research projects relating to any aspect of University history and to direct researchers to resources both within and outside the University Archives. And while in-person research visits are limited due to the University’s move to online classes for the fall 2020 semester, she is happy to explore whether records can be digitized to support research projects undertaken by Georgetown students. Research inquiries may be made by via this email form.


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