Search the Georgetown University Special Collections using the Harvest search engine. Essential instructions for effective searches:
Search for phrases by putting search terms in quotes. For example, searching on: "Jesuit history" finds all web pages containing the phrase: Jesuit history. However, searching on just the words: Jesuit history (without quotes) finds all web pages that contain both the word: Jesuitand the word: history.
Search for web page titles only. If you are trying to find a particular homepage, limit your search to just words/phrases that appear in the titles of web pages. In the box below, type: title: followed by your search word (or phrase in quotes, as noted above), and press the ENTER key or the SUBMIT button.
Use Boolean operators (AND/OR) between two or more search terms to expand or limit searches. Use of OR finds all web pages that contain either search term. Use of AND finds all web pages that contain both search terms. Note: if no Boolean operators are used in your search, the search will automatically default to AND, i.e. a search on: Georgetown University will actually be a search on: Georgetown AND University.
Complex queries (searches) like the following are possible: "manuscript poems" and (title: Evelyn Waugh)