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Collection contains meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, committee records, newspapers, and other materials associated with the work of Friendship House. The records are administrative and financial and describe many of the activities and interests of the organization.
Collection contains photographs, newspaper clippings, newsletters, correspondence, and other materials related to the C&O Canal, the hike of 1954, and subsequent reunion hikes. The materials date from 1850-1993.
Collection documents on the establishment and the work of the Gay and Lesbian Education Fund located in Washington, D.C. (GALEF). Originally established in 1980 as the Gay Activist Alliance Education Fund (GAAEF), the goals set forth by the organization was to help educate the general public, specifically the straight community, about gays and lesbians by sponsoring and supporting events and programs.
This collection contains financial records, marketing material, recordings, photographs, meeting minutes, fundraising records, and production records that document the work of the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington DC. These records date from 1980-2018.
This series contains memorandums, correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, annual report, bibliographies, dedication program, conference agendas, and newspaper clippings. They range in date from 1905 to 1992.
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.
Materials in this collection include promotional guides, brochures, correspondence, memos, forms, and files of the system implementation group (SIG). They range in date from 1983-1990.
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.
Materials in this collection include correspondence, memos, articles, and handbooks. These materials cover the dates 1968 to 1987.
Materials in this collection include wage-hour expenditures, allocations, employee lists, policies, brochures, reports, and correspondence. They range in date from 1964 to 1989.
This collection contains the records of the University Librarian for George Washington University. Materials in this collection include budgets, reports, and working files. They range in date from 1991 to 2008, with the bulk of the material dating between 1994 and 1995.
Collection includes original political cartoons from Washington newspapers; lithographic reproductions of other political cartoons; original pen and ink illustrations of civil war stories; scrapbooks containing original political cartoons, lithographic reproductions of cartoons, original sketches, and newspaper clippings; diaries; and loose sketches and photographs. These materials date from 1858-1896.
George Gamow (1904-1968) was a professor of physics at The George Washington University from 1934 until 1956. Materials in this collection include correspondence, manuscripts, articles by George Gamow, and printed materials about George Gamow.
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.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the classes at George Washington University transferred to all virtual in the spring 2020 semester. The Commencement held in May 2020 was also fully virtual. The materials in this collection all relate to the spring ceremonies and include social media.
Collection contains audio cassettes, CD-ROMs, literary journals, anthologies, plays, video cassettes, and magnetic audiotape reels. These electronic audio and video recordings produced between 1976 and 2000s. The audio recordings are of famous primarily local poets that Grace Cavalieri interviewed on her radio program The Poet and the Poem and an earlier radio show titled Poetry from the City. These shows date from the middle 1970s through the present.
The Graduate Council was created by University President Cloyd Heck Marvin. This collection contains minutes and summaries of the council.
Collection includes Reading Center client files, student papers, reports, newsletters, pamphlets, a time capsule, and a video tape, and range in date from 1930 to 1992. Materials were put on exhibit in the Fall of 2004 in the Gelman Library to celebrate the Centenary of the School.
This collection contains papers documenting the civic and professional activities of the late Grosvenor Chapman including those as a member of the Committee of 100 on the Federal City and as a local architect. The records date from 1931-1994 with the bulk falling between 1957-1984.
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.
GW Pride was a group formed in 1971 to break "the stereotypical image of gaylife." The collection includes several banners and posters, meeting minutes and notes, flyers and advertisements for GW Pride events, a number of newspaper articles about events and gay-related issues, revisions of the constitution, documents and memoranda pertaining to the change in the University’s non-discrimination policy, and an assortment of photos, brochures, and other ephemera.
Dr. Harold Hirsh holds both the M.D. and J.D. degrees, and was formerly a member of the GW faculty. Materials in this collection include Dr. Harold Hirsh's law and medical publications, papers, awards, certificates, plaques, books, videos and audio tapes. The collection covers the years 1939 to 1994.
Harriet Bissell Hubbard (1914-2005) was a Washington civic activist who worked more than six decades on preservation concerns. Collection documents her work in Education; Children's rights, and Environment, ranging in date from 1958-78, with the bulk of material from the 1970s.
Collection consists of the D.C. Comprehensive Plan including documents relating to the comprehensive plan for the National Capital; manuscript and committee records; printed ephemera; newspaper articles; newsletters; magazine articles; brochures and guidebooks; awards and certificates. The material dates from 1928-92.
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.
- Subject: Washington (D.C.) X
- Washington (D.C.) 305
- Photographs 114
- Foggy Bottom (Washington, D.C.) 61
- Scrapbooks 38
- Color slides 23
- Students 23
- Audiotapes 20
- Washington (D.C.) -- History 18
- Publications 16
- Biography 15
- Events 15
- Transportation 15
- Art 14
- Audiocassettes 14
- Videotapes 14
- Artists 13
- By-laws 13
- Gay men -- Washington (D.C.) 13
- Housing 13
- Maps 13 + ∧ less
- English 362
- French 1
- Russian 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Thai 1
- George Washington University 150
- George Washington University--Alumni and alumnae 40
- George Washington University--History 17
- Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 11
- Corcoran Gallery of Art 10
- Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Association 8
- Elliott, Lloyd H. 8
- George Washington University. Library 8
- Corcoran, W. W. (William Wilson) 7
- Columbian College in the District of Columbia 6
- Columbian University 6
- District of Columbia. City Council 6
- Mount Vernon Seminary 6
- George Washington University. School of Engineering and Applied Science 5
- Marvin, Cloyd Heck 5
- Mount Vernon College 5
- Trachtenberg, Stephen Joel 5
- Committee of 100 on the Federal City (Washington, D.C.) 4
- District of Columbia. City Council. 4
- George Washington University. Mount Vernon Campus 4 + ∧ less