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Collection includes scrapbooks, papers, diplomas, newspapers, textiles, and memorabilia from various sources associated with alumni of the University.
Collection includes photographs and negatives, slides, postcards, stereoscopes, and some manuscript material and ranges in date from 1856-1983. The bulk of the material ranges from 1890-1920 (which consists mainly of copy prints of photographs). The images in the collection cover primarily the northwest section of Washington, D.C. including many buildings and street scenes.
Collection documents the Committee's stance on the issues it chose to address within the areas of planning, historic preservation and transportation. Within the subject of transportation there are enough files to detail many of the various highway and rapid transit projects the Committee of 100 dealt with. The collection also has files dealing with zoning regulations, housing, urban design and city water resources.
Collection includes blueprints of buildings (including Lisner Hall, Lisner Auditorium, Stockton Hall, Mitchell Hall, Bradley Hall, Dorothy Betts Theater, Gelman Library), campus plans, parking lots owned, and expansion programs. There are also images of projects from the Mount Vernon Campus.
The Foggy Bottom Collection is an outgrowth of the 1996 exhibit the Foggy Bottom Association and the Gelman Library sponsored called "Fantastic Foggy Bottom: The Growth of a Community." Materials in this collection include articles, building surveys, newspapers, books, photographs, slides, and artifacts. They range in date from 1907-98.
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.
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.
This collection contains newsletters, photographs, correspondence, annual reports, and governing documents created and gathered by Kerry Stowell as a member of the co-op board of Watergate East, Incorporated. The material dates from 1988 to 2011.
Materials in this collection include approximately 60,000 negatives of GWU images taken by Marvin Ickow. The material dates from 1975-88. The images include alumni, sports, reunions, seminars, development office activities, construction projects on campus, and faculty members. Prominent people include Edward Teller, Thelma Hunt, Chief Justice Warren Burger, and GW President Lloyd Elliott.
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.
The Peter Smeallie and Peter Smith Collection consists of 167 photographs and graphics that were reproduced in the book New Construction for Older Buildings: A Design Sourcebook for Archivists and Preservationists (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1990), which they co-authored. The collection also contains .25 linear feet of correspondence and releases.
Collection contains the bulletins of The George Washington University, from all schools and colleges. These bulletins include special addresses, reports, and pictorial bulletins, as well as academic courses, fees, and degree requirements.
This is an artificial collection created by Special Collections and is composed of publications produced by Washington area organizations.
This collection include photos, diplomas, invitations, newspapers, early land holdings, 19th century newspaper accounts of the early college, Civil War records, and memorabilia.
- Washington (D.C.) 14
- Buildings 10
- Photographs 7
- Scrapbooks 4
- Students 4
- Architecture -- Washington (D.C.) 3
- Buildings -- Washington (D.C.) 3
- City planning 3
- Commencement ceremonies -- Washington (D.C.) 3
- Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration 3
- Historic preservation 3
- Preservation and restoration 3
- Sports 3
- Biography 2
- Building construction 2
- Conferences 2
- Events 2
- Faculty 2
- Foggy Bottom (Washington, D.C.) 2
- Greek letter societies 2 ∧ less
- George Washington University 8
- George Washington University--Alumni and alumnae 7
- George Washington University--History 6
- George Washington University. Law School 3
- Columbian College in the District of Columbia 2
- Columbian University 2
- Committee of 100 on the Federal City (Washington, D.C.) 2
- Elliott, Lloyd H. 2
- Levitan, Sar 2
- Marvin, Cloyd Heck 2
- American Planning and Civic Association 1
- Anderson, G. David 1
- Balfour, Donald C. (Donald Church) 1
- Bloedorn, W. A. (Walter Andrew) 1
- Borden, William Cline 1
- Burger, Warren E. 1
- Burns, Jacob 1
- Carr, Oliver T. 1
- Carroll, Thomas Henry 1
- Colclough, Oswald S. 1 ∧ less