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Materials in this collection include diaries, articles (in English and Hebrew), books, posters, photographs, newspapers, correspondence, and manuscripts. They range in date from 1941-1965.
Materials in this collection include media guides, films, brochures, videotapes, uniforms, artifacts, football programs, statistics, magazines, photographs, trophies, newsletters, news releases, and websites. They range in date from 1907-2015, and were transferred to the University Archives by the Director of the Department of Athletics.
This collection contains course catalogs, yearbooks, student grades, course books, photographs, brochures, handbooks, and commencement programs. They range in date from 1925 to 1994.
Collection includes Cherry Tree yearbooks, photographs from the Cherry Tree of buildings, students groups, events, clubs, departments, presidents, etc.
Collection includes "Arts and Sciences" newsletter, photographs, exhibits, alumni reunion weekends and homecoming materials.
Collection includes scrapbooks, reports, correspondence, member lists, constitution and by-laws, photographs, and meeting minutes.
Collection includes video tapes of First Ladies Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton for "President's spouse," seminars and program guides, continuing education for women, pamphlets, syllabi, reports, manuals, biographical files, photographs and continuing education for telecommunications.
Collection contains programs, brochures, clippings, scripts, sketches, notes, correspondence, press releases, scores, research materials, biographies, and photographs dating from 1903-2003 and was collected by Elizabeth Burtner in the course of her career as professor of dance at The George Washington University.
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, expansion programs, and the facilities website. There are also images of projects from the Mount Vernon Campus.
This collection includes notebooks, diaries, lectures, medical research papers, correspondence, photographs, plays, booklets, awards, and and memorabilia.
The Faculty Senate of The George Washington University was formed in 1961. Materials in this collection include meeting minutes, agendas, photographs, memos, reports, and activites files.
Materials in this collection include membership directories, program booklets, meeting minutes, constitution and by-laws, annual reports, scrapbooks (with clippings, invitations, programs, photographs) . They range in date from 1930-1992.
Materials in this collection include publications, photographs, correspondence, meeting minutes, certificates, and brochures. They range in date from 1970 to 2002.
This collection contains the administrative records of Gelman Library. The materials include photographs, negatives, office records, building plans, posters, correspondence, and publications. They range in date from ca 1825-2005.
Material in this collection dates between 1951 and 2010, and includes correspondence, budgets, reports, photographs, publications, office files, blueprints of Gelman Library, strategic planning notes, and a video cassette.
Collection includes Sigma XI membership nominations, meeting minutes, constitution and by-laws, annual reports, and history of Sigma Xi; student activities rosters and regulations, guides to student organizations, student telephone directory, publications, photocopies of news clippings of GW Band, button, posters, academic evaluations.
The GW Hatchet began in 1904, before that it was called the Weekly Columbian, before that the Columbian Call. The newspaper celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2004. Materials in this collection include a master set of microfilm of the student newspaper "Hatchet" from 1904 to 1989, photographs of Burton Sapin, Quigley's Pharmacy, Lloyd Elliott, Dr. Dennis O'leary, President and Nancy Reagan and other photos from the 1970 to 1980s.
Hazel Smallwood Hanback (1918- ) is a life-long Foggy Bottom neighborhood resident, graduate of The George Washington University and served as a member of the Board of Trustees from 1979-1996. Collection includes two scrapbooks from the Grant School (in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood), including the PTA of the school, and includes photographs, programs, reports, correspondence and by-laws. Also present are three Kodak cameras, a bow used in archery class and a beanie from Grant School.
Collection consists of a significant number of photographs collected from the exhibit "Washington's Italian Community 1890-Present" developed and sponsored by the Washington Area Studies Department that was held in November 1984; negatives of all materials collected; obituaries; news articles; research notes; correspondence; clippings; and copies of the exhibit flyer and the article Alan Kraut and Howard Gillette did for the "Journal of American Ethnic History."
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.
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.
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.
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.
Lester Frank Ward (1841-1913) has been described by some as the father of American sociology. His contributions to sociology are almost forgotten today, but at one time he was considered to be one of America's leading intellectuals. Collection includes diaries, correspondence, photographs, a scrapbook. and sixty-nine articles written by Lester Frank Ward. The materials range in date from between 1883 and 1919.
Collection includes correspondence, programs, agendas, publications, newsletters, biographies, newspaper clippings, alumni directory, and correspondence,