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This artificial collection was created to manage documents that are too small to be separate collections of their own. Includes individual manuscripts, undated; Elbridge Colby's "The National Guard of the United States"; Book Arts Specimens; Performing Arts Material; Gay and lesbian publications; Washingtoniana publications; Washington associations, clubs, lodges, and societies, political documents as well as AIDS related content.
This collection contains memorandums, newsletters, publications, brochures, correspondence, announcements, surveys, programs, and posters. They range in date from 1972 to 1984. The materials concern the Institute's seminars, fellowships, and other programs while located at The George Washington University.
Collection includes correspondence, "Current News" newsletter, Li Li-San papers, seminars, and photos.
Materials in this collection include logistics research, technical papers, conference publications and books. The collection covers the years 1948 to 1987.
This collection contains handwritten and typed drafts, revised drafts, correspondence, syllabi, government papers, and personal papers. These materials represent the personal papers of Marcus Raskin, the materials he created and collected with the Institute for Policy Studies, as a professor at The George Washington University and his time working for the National Security Council. The materials date from 1959-2009.
The Office of Institutional Research (OIR) of The George Washington University supports University decision-makers in developing plans to achieve University goals and objectives. Materials in this collection include 1990 report files, PPSBM, Ernst and Whinney, Equal Opportunity Program. The material is dated from 1971-90.
These records contain the history of The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Local #160, North America's oldest rail labor union, before they merged with the Teamsters in 2004. Founded in 1863 and initially named the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. It is the oldest transportation labor organization in North America having celebrated its 150th anniversary in May 2013. The records include financial documents, meeting minutes, and memorabilia dating from 1873 to 1989.
This collection consists of Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs) which are printed booklets distributed to local or group members to explain the benefits covered under local or multi-employer contracts.
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America records: digital edition produced from microfilm
The digital edition of the records of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America consist of the correspondence files of the I.B.T. executive office covering the years 1904-1952, with the major portion of the material originating in the 1940's.
This collection is comprised of materials produced by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters' International Conventions dating from 1906-2011. The materials include organizational logistics, convention programs, delegate lists, material produced by Convention committees, transcripts of speeches, proceedings for each convention, proposed and adopted Constitutions, and reports.
This collection consists of materials relating to the ILRF's work in monitoring the labor components of American trade agreements with other countries. Materials include reports, legislation, correspondence and publications pertaining to labor relations and workers' rights in the countries of trading partners.
Collection contains correspondence, videocassette, slides, articles from various publications, and several artifacts, related to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The material covers the years 1950-75. This correspondence is between Mr. Durham had his friends and associates as they worked to protect and preserve the C & O Canal.
Jack Morton Papers consists of four series of materials. The materials cover the period from the circa sometime in 1800s - 2005, with the bulk of these raniging in date from 1983-1990. The collection relates to the history of Jack Morton Productions, a business entertainment and meeting production company, and to the life of its founder, Jack Morton.
Jack Rottier (1910-1988) was a photographer for the National Capital Region of the National Park Service from the early 1960s until he retired in 1975. Collection contains photographs and tranparencies. The material dates from 1952-74.
This collection contains bibliographies, floor plans, organization charts, brochures, reports, correspondence, newsletters, guides, and statistics. They range in date from 1904 to 1999. The materials concern the building fund, donations, annual reports, topical research guides, Maury Memorial Law Library, and the National Law Center.
Collection includes books, videotapes, research notes, and correspondence of Dr. James King, professor of German. They range in date from 1837-1961.
Collection contains reports, articles, and correspondence dating from 1981-1994. The files were created by Nathanson and his staff during his two consecutive terms as a member of the Council of the District of Columbia.
The collection consists of three scrapbooks. Each scrapbook has material glued in including newspaper clippings, programs, event tickets, handwritten notes and correspondence. The third scrapbook has three images as well on the last page.
James McManaway correspondence, research materials, and collected and authored publications collection
This collection contains the research files and scholarship of James McManaway as well as several original manuscript leaves and illustrations on wood blocks. The files contain articles, handwritten notes, lectures, bibliographies, copies of shakespeare publications and book plates.
Materials in this collection include Dr. James Robb's papers, correspondence, articles, framed photographs, LP Albums and books he had written on Alfonso Reyes. The material dates from 1938-2000.
Collection documents the professional dance career of Jan Van Dyke, including performance files, correspondence, photographs, articles, audio-visual material, and publicity materials from the late 1960s to the 2000s.
Jane Coutant Evans was the sevent president of Mount Vernon College located in Washington, D.C. The school was originally founded as Mount Vernon Seminary by Elizabeth J. Somers in 1875. The school eventually merged with The George Washington University in 1999. This collection contains articles, certificates, correspondence, programs, photographs, and audio recordings related to President Evans from the years 1980 to 1990.
Collection includes correspondence, press releases, papers, case reports, data from experiments, lecture notes, booklets, articles, conference programs, anatomical drawings, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs, and artifacts.
Jean Dean Cole was the third president of Mount Vernon Seminary, founded in Washington, D.C. in 1875. Mount Vernon Seminary and College merged with The George Washington University in 1999. This collection contains correspondence, writings, photographs, and a diploma, of and belonging to Jean Dean Cole, president of Mount Vernon Seminary from 1923 to 1936.