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NEA Reporter Photographs, 1950-1989, bulk: 1961 - 1982

 Series
Identifier: Series 6

Scope and Contents

Series contains photos used for the NEA Reporter, a publication that provided news of professional and NEA developments in a newspaper format. Some of the pictures were also used in other publications, including some non-NEA publications.

The photos cover a diverse range of topics, reflecting the needs of the publication. Select topics include award winners, awards and ceremonial events, conventions and summits, NEA executives and staff, notable individuals including celebrities and politicians, schools, both interior and exterior, schoolchildren and teachers.

In order to make ease searching, Library of Congress subject headings are attached to files containing photos of significant individuals or events. Users are can find photos by using these subject headings. When representatives of state and local affiliates are in a picture, a subject heading for the affiliate rather than the individual is added.

Formats included are photographs, negatives, slides and contact prints, as well as paper records, mostly contextual information for the photographs.

Dates

  • 1950-1989
  • Majority of material found within 1961 - 1982

Collections Governing Access note

This collection is open for research. The collection contains some restricted material. The archivist will review the boxes and remove any restricted material before giving a researcher access.

Historical note

The NEA Reporter was first published in 1963 by the staff of the NEA Journal to provide a rapid service for getting needed information about official NEA and affiliated association plans and activities to every NEA member. In 1982, the publication's name was changed to NEA Today.

Source: NEA Handbook.

Extent

9 Linear Feet

Language

From the Fonds: English

Arrangement note

Series is organized alphabetically first, then chronologically.

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Research Center, The George Washington University Repository

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