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This collection contains the oral history cassette tapes from Anne T. Lawrence's Mine Workers Oral History Project.
This collections consists of one scrapbook created by Annie Whelen Jensen who owned a truck stop cafe in Chicago the 1930s and 1940s.
This is a collection of reports, "Anthro notes" newsletters, deparment files, student manuals, and websites. They range in date from 1979 to 2011. Archived versions of the Deparment of Anthropology were added in 2023.
Armand Weiss Washington Academy of Sciences and George Washington University related materials collection
Materials in this collection include publicity materials about the Art Therapy program, formerly an archives vertical file. The materials date from 1972-1982.
Collection consists of teletype printouts, correspondence, note pads, interview transcripts, rough notes, and more. They range in date from 1950 to 1968. They cover US politics, presidential campaign of 1968, the 1964 GOP convention and biographical information and interviews from delegates, candidates, and participants.
The Assistant Dean for Judicial Affairs and Educational Services used to be part of the Dean of Student’s Office of The George Washington University. Materials in this collection include student life committee minutes and constitution, joint committee of faculty and students records, and student court records.
Collection includes class schedules, report for the Commission on the Year 2000, posters, correspondence, meeting minutes, five-year plans, committee files, and audio tapes.
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.
The Baltimore and Ohio Employees Relief Association was inaugurated on May 1, 1880 and incorporated on May 3, 1882. The organization was established to extend relief to B. & O. Railroad Company Employees and their families in case of sickness, injury, old age and death. Collection contains annual reports from May 1, 1880 until December 31, 1918.
Collection contains account books and notes that belonged to the Barnard-Talcott family in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in England the the United States. Materials date from 1790 to 1858. The collection also includes tapes and transcripts of oral histories conducted with Virginia and Nan Hollerith in 1981.
This collection contains logbooks, notes, proposals, publications/article reprints, memos, and correspondence. Materials date from 1963 to 2010, with the bulk of the material dating between 1966 and 1991. The collection is unprocessed. A preliminary inventory is available. Please see Special Collections staff for assistance.
This collection contains material amassed by a member of the Bay Area Research Collective (BARC), a radical left-wing publishing collective and distributor active during the 1970s. Included are newspapers and subject files dating from 1969-1986.
This collection contains course catalogs, yearbooks, student grades, course books, photographs, brochures, handbooks, and commencement programs. They range in date from 1925 to 1994.
This collection consists of records relating to the Washington, D.C. restaurant Ben's Chili Bowl dating from 1943-2023.
Collection consists of blankets, a football helmet, an athletic letter, a football, football programs, a pennant from 1957 Sun Bowl game, scrapbooks, photos, cups, and a trophy donated by Bill Ryan. Bill Ryan earned an A.A. degree from George Washington University in 1934 and also served as President of Colonials, Inc. athletic booster club in 1956-1957.
Materials in this collection include records of the various departments, including meeting minutes from the Department of Biology. They range in date from 1937-1979. The Biological Sciences Department website was added to the collection in 2023 as part of GWU's Web Archiving program.
Collection include meeting minutes (original and microfilm), correspondence, charters and by-laws, committee files, websites, and congressional documents relating to the University.
Collection contains photographs of campus while donor was a student at GW.
This collection contains photographs, silhouettes, drawings, paintings, diplomas, and programs associated with people and places relevant to the University. The collection also holds exhibit publications, CDs, and ephemera related to the work of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery. The materials date from approximately 1800 to approximately 2015.
Alice Heyl Kiessling and daughter Brenda Kiessling both received medical degrees from George Washington University. Alice graduated in 1929 and worked as a psychiatrist in Arlington, Virginia. Brenda is a 1972 graduate who practices Family Medicine in Falls Church, Virginia. The collection documents their experience as medical school students. The materials include course notes and a published work, and date from 1924-1970.
Collection contains correspondence, minutes, reports, legal documents, financial documents, newsletters, clippings, promotional materials, photographs, and other materials. The material dates from 1966-2005, and was created and collected by Brian Furness in connection with his work as a community leader in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The papers reflect Furness' involvement with a number of civic organizations, most notably the Capitol Hill Restoration Society.