Dramatic Association of Georgetown College in front of Old North building
Drama was an important element in Jesuit pedagogy, providing a means of reaching beyond the classroom to the larger community. Mention of dramatic performances at Georgetown can be found as early as the 1790s but it was not until the formation of a Shakespearean Club in 1850 that the first organized drama group appeared on campus. The Club was reconstituted in 1853 as the Dramatic Association of Georgetown College.Repository: Booth Family Center for Special Collections. For more information about this collection please email: email@example.com
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Vice President Hubert Humphrey speaks from the porch of the Old North Building at Georgetown University on Founders' Day Georgetown University News Service (1966-03-25)
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Sodality of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary on the porch of the Old North Building at Georgetown University Anonymous (Georgetown University, 1864)