Georgetown Chimes Endowment Funds

Chimes Endowment Funds Digital Bookplate

See a list of items purchased with this fund.

The Georgetown Chimes Endowment Fund was established in 1990 by David J. Walsh, C'58. The Gerard F. Yates Chimes Endowment Fund was established in 2000 in honor of Rev. Gerard F. Yates, S.J. by the Georgetown Chimes. These funds are used for the Library's general needs.


The Georgetown Chimes perform at the 1970 dedication of Lauinger Library.

The Georgetown Chimes performing at the dedication of Lauinger Library, April 25, 1970.

A student using the Library's book scanner

A public overhead scanner purchased with funds from the Chimes endowment in 2013.

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"Chiming In," Library Associates Newsletter, Fall 2015
"Congratulations," Library Associates Newsletter, Winter 2014–15
"Chimes Endowment," Library Associates Newsletter, Winter 2013–14
"Holiday Card," Library Associates Newsletter, Winter 2011–12
Vienna: City of Music (2009 exhibition)
"Beyond Excellent," Library Associates Newsletter, Winter 2007–08
"Thanks to Our Friends," Library Associates Newsletter, Fall 2001
"Chimes Gifts Approach $2 Million," Library Associates Newsletter, Spring 2001
"Gifts to Library Campaign Top $13 Million," Library Associates Newsletter, Spring/Summer 1999
"Flanagan Gift: A Family Affair," Library Associates Newsletter, Spring/Summer 1999
"Chimes Ring for Lauinger,Library Associates Newsletter, Spring 1997
"Two New Capital Gifts," Library Associates Newsletter, Spring 1996
"New Funds," Library Associates Newsletter, August 1990