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View of Georgetown campus from the Virginia side of the Potomac

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Spanish and Portuguese Studies

Digitized Primary Sources


Digital Libraries:


Digital Libraries:


Digital Libraries:


Digital Libraries:


Digital Libraries:


Digitized archives:


Digital Libraries:


Digital libraries:

Interested in finding more primary sources that have been digitized?  These are some resources that can help:

Primary Sources at Georgetown

The Booth Family Center for Special Collections holds the library’s rare books, manuscripts, the University Archives, and the University Art Collection. Below are a few of their collections of interest.  You can identify additional collections and finding aids by searching Digital Georgetown and consulting the Special Collections Descriptive Catalog

Published Primary Sources

Use these search terms- in addition to your keywords- in order to identify published primary sources at the library:

  • Archives
  • Interviews
  • Correspondence
  • Description and travel
  • Diaries
  • Manuscripts
  • Oral Histories
  • Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc.
  • Personal narratives
  • Pictorial Works
  • Speeches
  • Sources
These search terms are especially powerful if you place them in the "subject" field in the HoyaSearch advanced search option.

Digitization projects

Web Archiving Projects

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