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Alumni Class materials
Collection includes scrapbooks, papers, diplomas, newspapers, textiles, and memorabilia from various sources associated with alumni of the University.
Assistant Dean for Judicial Affairs and Educational Services records
The Assistant Dean for Judicial Affairs and Educational Services used to be part of the Dean of Student’s Office of The George Washington University. Materials in this collection include student life committee minutes and constitution, joint committee of faculty and students records, and student court records.
Board of Trustees records
Collection include meeting minutes (original and microfilm), correspondence, charters and by-laws, committee files, and congressional documents relating to the University.
Career and Cooperative Education Center records
Materials in this collection include annual reports, publications, publications scrapbooks, and microfilm. They range in date from 1951-2002.
Cherry Tree Yearbook records
Collection includes Cherry Tree yearbooks, photographs from the Cherry Tree of buildings, students groups, events, clubs, departments, presidents, etc.
Clifford Stearns Congressional papers
Columbian College Office of the Dean records
Dean of Students records
Collection includes student surveys, annual reports, correspondence, memos, manuals, and committee files.
Educational Opportunity Program records
The Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) was established at The George Washington University in 1969 to increase the opportunity for District of Columbia residents to attend GW and, once there, to help facilitate EOP participants’ academic success. Materials in this collection include office files of the program.
Edward W. "Skip" Gnehm, Jr. papers
Collection includes photocopies of two scrapbooks containing clippings, letters, photos, etc., of Edward W. Gnehm, Jr., GW student body president. They range in date from 1965-66.
Emmett Edward Doherty scrapbook and loose photograph collection
This collection was donated by the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives located in Butte, Montana. It includes the scrapbook and loose photographs of GW student Emmett Edward Doherty. It also contains one copy of "The University Hatchet." One of the loose photographs is of Warren G. Harding's Presidential Inauguration.
Faculty Women's Club records
Materials in this collection include membership directories, program booklets, meeting minutes, constitution and by-laws, annual reports, scrapbooks (with clippings, invitations, programs, photographs) . They range in date from 1930-1992.
Gelman Library Office of Student Employment records
Materials in this collection include wage-hour expenditures, allocations, employee lists, policies, brochures, reports, and correspondence. They range in date from 1964 to 1989.
Gelman Library, Slavic, East European, and Asian Reading Room records
This collection contains correspondence, foundation proposals, grants, conference reports, articles and papers, research fellows, exchange participants, research assistants. The material relates to the workings of the Reading Room. This material dates from 1962-95.
George Washington University COVID-19 collection
This collection documents the experiences of the students, staff, faculty and community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
GW Pride records
GW Pride was a group formed in 1971 to break "the stereotypical image of gaylife." The collection includes several banners and posters, meeting minutes and notes, flyers and advertisements for GW Pride events, a number of newspaper articles about events and gay-related issues, revisions of the constitution, documents and memoranda pertaining to the change in the University’s non-discrimination policy, and an assortment of photos, brochures, and other ephemera.
History Department records
Liberal/Left archival studies papers
Collection contains articles, flyers, ephemera, and correspondence related to radical student organizations, socialism, and communism. The material dates from 1965-88 with the bulk of the material falling between 1968-71.
Medical Center records
Collection includes personnel files, minutes, correspondence, yearbooks, newsletters, publications, photographs, scrapbooks, telephone directories, films, and videotapes.
Mount Vernon Seminary and College Dean of Students records
This collection contains student handbooks from Mount Vernon Seminary, Mount Vernon Junior College, and Mount Vernon College. They range in date from 1923 to 1998.
Mount Vernon Seminary and College graphics, publications, and administrative material collection
Mount Vernon Seminary and College M Street Campus Collection
M Street was the second location of Mount Vernon Seminary, founded in Washington, D.C. in 1875. The school officially began operating from its M Street location in 1880. Mount Vernon Seminary and College merged with The George Washington University in 1999. This collection contains photographs, artifacts, school event and club records, student scrapbooks and other student materials created during the school's time on M Street. The materials range in date from circa 1877-1939.
Mount Vernon Seminary and College Student Publications Collection
Multicultural Student Services Center records
National Law Center records
Collection includes the law alumni photographic collection, founder's day celebrations, biographical sketches, articles reports, GW law school yearbooks, 1895 to 1915, bulletins and journals of the Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Research Institute of GW, (1950-1972), copies of the "Advocate," Banners scrapbooks correspondence Alumni reunions, minutes from the Board of Trustees, Research notes, banners, caps and gowns, reports to the Dean Exam questions, and information on Stockton Hall.
National University records
Collection of programs, yearbooks, correspondence, student records and grades, agreements, minutes, Senate and House bills, Congressional Records, and published works. The materials cover the dates 1872-1988.
Norris Ingersoll Crandall papers
This collection contains material relating to the works and academic career of Norris I Crandall. Included are manuscript drafts, lecture notes, research notes and students papers dating from 1935-1954.
Office of Communications and Marketing
Materials in this collection include websites as well as giveaways from special events. This collection has been artificially created by the University Archivist to incorporate materials received or collected from this Office.
Office of Fellowships and Scholarships, School of Business and Public Management records
Materials in this collection include the Wolcott Foundation brochures and annual reports, student files, Scottish Rite brochures (1962-1985) reports and statistics for the Scottish Rite Fellowships, (1951-1987). The collection ranges in date from 1951 to 1989.
Office of Telecommunications records
Collection contains campus directories (including telephone) of students and faculty, system design reports, needs assessments, contracts, correspondence.
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- Marvin, Cloyd Heck 4
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- Columbian College in the District of Columbia 3
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- Elliott, Lloyd H. 3
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- Luther Rice 2
- Needham, Charles Willis 2
- Samson, G. W. (George Whitefield) 2
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