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Frederick Albert Gutheim (1908-1993) was a city planner, urban historian and architectural critic, and professor at The George Washington University from 1971-79, and director of the University's graduate program in historic preservation from 1976-1979. Collection include correspondence, papers, publications, exams, syllabi, lecture notes, newsletters, and news clippings ranging from 1952-1980.
Mount Vernon Seminary and College was an all-women's high school and junior college founded in 1875 by Elizabeth J. Somers. The George Washington University initially affiliated with Mount Vernon College, and ultimately acquired the college's property and legacy in 1999. This collection contains the records of the Mount Vernon College Chapel. The artifacts and records date from 1931 to 1980, with the bulk of the material dating between 1963 and 1971.
Mount Vernon Seminary and College collection of biographical materials and correspondence with Marjorie Merriweather Post
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.
This collection contains architectural drawings (both oversize and letter file size), photographs, negatives and reports. The firm began in 1984, but the records date from 1981-2007. These records document the work this firm undertook in historic preservation Washington DC Metropolitan area.
This collection contains a small number of articles, maps, newspaper clippings, invitations, receipts and correspondence compiled and used by Dr. Diana Buitron-Oliver and Dr. Andrew Oliver during their careers as scholars of the ancient Greek world. The date range is general range is 1942-2007. These materials can be considered a small sample of the type of records amassed during their academic careers.
This is an artificial collection created by Special Collections and is composed of publications produced by Washington area organizations.