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Collection contains minutes, reports, and financial statements of the Washington Society for the Blind dating from 1938-1980. The minutes are from the general, Board of Directors, and Executive Committee meetings.
This collection containes Washington Theater Club playbills dating from 1965-1971.
Collection contains correspondence, scripts, resumes, programs, administrative records, financial documents, photographs, art work, and audio cassettes from the Washington Theater Club, which was formed in 1957 to fill a perceived cultural void; to present good drama, away from Broadway; to speak out in plays of consequence; to present new ideas, new forms, and quality theater, which could be enjoyed and performed without racial barriers.. The materials date from 1952-83.
This collection contains programs, lists, a cd, meeting minutes, posters,and broadsides. These materials came to Special Collections from members of the dc poetry community. Not one donation were enough for a stand-alone collection. This collection was created by Special Collections staff as one location to store these materials with like content. This artificial collection was formed in 2013, but the material dates from 1968-2019.
Collection contains biographical information on Hazel and John Wentworth, as well as personal papers, correspondence, publications and programs.
The collection consists of files assembled by William Moore during the course of his long association with Teamsters Local 696, Topeka, Kansas. They pertain largely to Teamsters national and international elections, Teamsters conventions, labor law, and legal matters.
This collection includes photocopies of correspondence and newspaper clippings bound in book form, related to the career of William Paisley, GW Law School (LL.B 1924) and Department of Justice attorney. They range in date from 1919-1976.
William H.Tanaka graduated from The George Washington Univeristy Law School (J.D., 1953) and his papers relate to U.S.-Japan trade relations. This collection is not processed to any level and may not be available for research. Please contact University Archives for more information.
This collection contains material related to the career of GWU Prof. William Halal. The files contain materials concerning the courses he taught at GWU, as well as the books that he wrote and research that he performed. Also of interest are his files that document his participation in the World Future Society. The material dates from circa 1980 through circa 2014.
This collection contains more than 300 letters sent between William Halsey and Mary Price from 1916-1918. Halsey was an engineering professor at GW and Price was a personal secretary in Swarthmore, PA. Throughout the time the letters were written, Halsey and Price dated, got engaged, and married. The letters provide insight into love and courtship in the early 20th century and discuss events like the 1916 presidential election and World War I.
This collection contains written speeches and testimony, correspondence, subject files, legal documents, and publications that William L. Taylor gathered and created during his career as a civil rights attorney between 1954 and 2009.
The William R. Perl Papers document the education, professional career and social activism of William R. Perl (1906-1998).
Collection consists of photographs of and news clippings about George Washington coach William Reinhart ranging in date from 1920-1993. In addition, contains certificates, correspondence, and a scrapbook of testimonial banquet on March 29, 1955.
Willis "Tiny" Brown was a Teamster truck driver from Peoria, Illinois. He was a regular participant in A,mmerican Trucking Association "roadeos" which were competitions that tested driving skills. The collection consists mainly of programs for the compeitions and the banquets that were the culmination of the competitions.
Collection contains reports, photographs, slides, correspondence, and clippings related to the restoration of the West Front of the United States Capitol. The material dates from 1962 to 1985. The reports, images, and correspondence deal with the technical issues involved in the restoration, whereas the clippings are mainly concerned with the political debates surrounding the proposed expansion and restoration of the building.
Collection include two prayer books of the "Women's Progress Club of Washington, D.C." The club was founded in 1937 and Sylvia Fisher (1910-1981), was president from 1956-57. The club was dedicated to raising funds for cancer research.
The Women's Studies Department at The George Washington University (GW) is responsible for several degrees for undergraduates, masters, and dual degrees. This collection includes committee meetings minutes, newsletters, proposals, comprehensive exams, and alumnae surveys. The materials range in date from 1965 to 1998.
Collection include materials related Wood Gray's time at GW as professor of History, and includes annual reports, correspondence, committee reports, reading lists, syllabi, grades, exams. They range in date from 1934-72.
Wooden Teeth is GW’s premier visual arts and literary student publication, soliciting contributions from GW students, faculty, and staff of both written and visual works. Beginning life in the 1970’s as the Rock Creek Review, Wooden Teeth is now published bi-annually at the end of each spring and fall semester. Material in this collection range in date from 1978-2015.
This collection consists of nine issues of the Woodwind publication. The later issues are dated in the early 1970s. The earlier issues do not have dates. The issues have poetry, essays photography, advertisements and reviews of music and films. The artists featured were often local to Washington, DC
Collection contains by-laws, articles of incorporation, correspondence, personnel records, financial records, programs, the Word Works Washington Prize, publications, photographs, and audiocassettes. The material dates from 1971-2013. Copies of manuscripts submitted by the young, aspiring poets who contributed to The Word Works are included in this collection.
This collection contains posters and newsmaps related to World War II.
This collection contains ten tickets from the World's Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893. There are also two pieces of United States fractional currency and an envelope from the Caxton Co. that may have held the tickets. The fractional currency is dated circa 1864-circa 1875 while all the tickets are for the year 1893.
WRGW is the student-run radio station of George Washington University. This collection is a single box of material from the WRGW radio station at GWU. It includes 75th Anniversary material, newspaper clippings, WRGW operating procedures, evaluations of student audtions for DJ, and four reel to reel audio tapes. The materials range in date from 1965-2005.
- Language: English X
- Washington (D.C.) 306
- Photographs 129
- Labor unions 74
- Labor unions -- United States -- History -- 20th century 69
- Foggy Bottom (Washington, D.C.) 61
- Labor 49
- Scrapbooks 43
- Color slides 29
- Poetry 29
- Students 28
- Women -- Education 28
- Women's colleges 27
- Audiotapes 26
- Education 25
- Publications 23
- Transportation 20
- Audiocassettes 19
- World War, 1939-1945 19
- Conferences 18
- Diaries 18 ∧ less
- French 2
- German 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Thai 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
- National Education Association of the United States 13
- Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 12
- Corcoran Gallery of Art 11
- 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
- District of Columbia. City Council 6
- George Washington University. Mount Vernon Campus 6 ∧ less