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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.
This collection contains the personal files of Jean Nordhaus and the organizational files for the Capitol Hill Poetry Group. The Capitol Hill Poetry Group is a critique group that was co-founded by Nordhaus along with Shirley Cochrane in Washington, DC in 1975. The collection covers the period of 1975-2013, and includes personal, administrative, event-related, and creative documents.
Collection consists of 328 Confederate imprints, most are pamphlet size or smaller. They cover a wide range of topics, but focus mostly on government and public records and laws. All are listed in "Confederate imprints", by M.L. Crandall (E483.C72). This collection is not a complete set.
This collection contains material amassed by Jerome T. Barrett pertaining to his career as a labor mediator and commissioner and director of the Office of Technical Services of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. There are also materials related to the United States Consilitation Service (USCS) founded in the Department of Labor in 1913.
The material dates between 1913-2013.
This collection contains materials collected by Jerome Ziefman (1925-2010) in the course of his work as counsel and later chief counsel to the Committee on the Judiciary of the United States House of Representatives. The material dates from 1960-1977 and contains reports, memoranda, correspondence, notes, legal documents, government documents, publications, clippings, and audio recordings.
Jesse DuBois Fant Evans was the first woman to serve on George Washington University's Board of Trustees (1924-66). Evans received her A.B. in 1913 (with distinction) and an honorary Doctor of Education in 1932, both from GW. Collection include her personal papers, speeches, family memorabilia and GW memorabilia. The collection ranges from 1912 to 1962.
Collection consists primarily of papers and printed matter generated by the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington, including meeting minutes, memoranda, correspondence, reports, and press releases. It also contains a number of photographs, a single audio cassette, and the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington website. The material ranges in date from 1937 to 2023, but the bulk of the material ranges from 1965 to 1979.
Collection consist primarily of correspondence amongst members of the Jewish Funeral Practices Committee of Greater Washington and organizations involved with the Committee between 1976 until 1982. The collection includes letters, notes, legal documents, photographs, by-laws, publications, reports, newspaper clippings, publications, memos, minutes, and the Jewish Funeral Practices Committee of Greater Washington website.
Collection consists of photographs both black and white and color used in the exhibit Queerly Visible, 1971-1991: The Work of JEB (Joan E. Biren), A Washington Photographer, which appeared at The Gelman Library's Special Collections Department from September 4, 1997-February 28, 1998. The captions that were used in the exhibit have been included with each photo. These images relate to the gay and lesbian community in Washington, D.C. and throughout the United States.
Collection contains periodicals related to the Chesapeake and Ohio (C & O) Canal and the National Historical Parks. The material dates from 1972-92 with the bulk of the records covering the years 1983 to 1986.
Johannes Adam Simon Oertel (1823-1909) an artist and Episcopal clergyman spend the last eighteen years of his life near Washington, D.C. painting and serving as assistant rector of the Church of the Incarnation, Washington, D.C. He had a studio in the Corcoran Building in Washington. He usually painted religious subjects. Collection contains a diary, newspaper articles, poems, letters, and images. The material dates from 1867-1909.
This collection consists of the office files of Council of the District of Columbia Member John A. Wilson.
This collection contains literary publications. Each folder has a list of publication titles included. These materials date from 1966-2007.
John Francis Latimer (1903-1991) was a Professor of Classics and University Marshal at The George Washington University. Collection include books, correspondence, articles, notes, photographs, syllabi, audio tapes, reports, newsletters, speeches, and lantern slides. They range in date from 1890-1990.
John Palmer Reesing, Jr. (1920-91) was a Professor of English at The George Washington University. Materials in this collection include memos, course outlines, course descriptions, syllabi and articles. They range in date from 1964-82, and the provenance of this collection is not known, the old accession log listed it as being received in 1987.
Collection consists of records, correspondence, photographs, and ephemeral materials ranging in date from 1931 to 1981. The records document John Russell Mason's librarianship education at Columbia University, individual exhibits held at the University Library, and his career at The George Washington University.
collection include original plates and explanations by Dr. Newberry, and notes and memoranda by Dr. Arthur Hollick made while editing Newberry's work for publication. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey as v. 35 of Monographs in 1898, under the title: Later Extinct Floras of North America. They date from 1898.
The Joint Western Area Committee (JWAC) was one of four area conferences of the Teamsters, and served as a semi-autonomous intermediary organization between the local units of the IBT, and the national organization. The collection contains agendas, minutes, and proceedings from the Joint Western Area Committee (JWAC) of the Western Conference of Teamsters Freight Division for the period from 1965 until 2004.
This collection contains records related to the work of the Jordan Is Palestine, Inc. The materials include correspondence, articles, articles of incorporation, bylaws, minutes, and financial records covering the dates 1983-95.
Collection includes speeches, photographs, biographical sketches, videotapes, fundraising documents, membership lists, symposium materials, correspondence, publications, resolutions, a survey, and reports. The material dates from 1968-89. The collection documents the professional life of Joseph Danzansky, particularly during his time as president of Giant Food Inc., his involvement in D.C. development, both economically and socially
Collection consists of: five ledgers, a number of individual documents, and one medal from Georgetown's oldest undertakers, Joseph F. Birch sons, of 3034 M Street. The collection is housed in the Special Collections vault. Each of the ledger books is individually phase-boxed and the medal and other documents are housed in one clamshell box. Collection materials bulk date from 1824 to 1889.
Dr. Joseph Kreiselman was a medical doctor and inventor who specialized in anesthesiology. Kreiselman graduated from the George Washington University School of Medicine in 1919, and later worked for the George Washington University Hospital and served in a medical capacity during World War II. This collection contains photographs, correspondence, and writings. The materials date from the 1916-1970.
Collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, speeches and addresses, calendars, legal documents, personnel files, exhibits, financial records, programs, brochures, photographs, and reports dating from 1957-1989 generated by Joseph Vincent Charyk during his time working for Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT).
This collection contains manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, newspaper clippings, periodicals, pamphlets, maps, photographs, slides, negatives, microcassette tapes, floppy discs, and various digital records related to the life and work of Josephine "Jo" Campbell (1927-2006), journalist, civil rights worker, and environmentalist.
- Language: English X
- Special Collections Research Center, The George Washington University 721
- Global Resources Center, The George Washington University 1
- Washington (D.C.) 303
- Photographs 129
- Labor unions 74
- Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century 69
- Foggy Bottom (Washington, D.C.) 62
- Labor 49
- Scrapbooks 42
- Poetry 30
- Color slides 29
- Students 29
- Women -- Education 28
- Women's colleges 27
- Audiotapes 26
- Education 25
- Publications 23
- Audiocassettes 20
- Transportation 19
- World War, 1939-1945 19
- Conferences 18
- Diaries 18 + ∧ less
- French 2
- Arabic 1
- German 1
- Hebrew 1
- Japanese 1
- George Washington University 164
- International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America 43
- George Washington University--Alumni and alumnae 41
- Mount Vernon Seminary 38
- Mount Vernon College 35
- International Brotherhood of Teamsters 24
- George Washington University--History 18
- Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 13
- National Education Association of the United States 12
- Corcoran Gallery of Art 11
- District of Columbia. City Council 10
- Elliott, Lloyd H. 9
- Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Association 8
- George Washington University. Library 8
- Columbian University 7
- Corcoran, W. W. (William Wilson) 7
- Marvin, Cloyd Heck 7
- Cavalieri, Grace 6
- Columbian College in the District of Columbia 6
- George Washington University. Mount Vernon Campus 6 + ∧ less