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Dana Tai Soon Burgess & Co., formerly the Moving Forward Contemporary Asian American Dance Company records consists of material dating from 1988 to 2023, which covers the emergence and rise of Dana Tai Soon Burgess and the Moving Forward Contemporary Asian American Dance Company in the Washington, DC performing arts community.
Collection contains programs, flyers, clippings, audiocassettes, reel-to-reel audiotapes, film, and published materials. The material dates from 1973 to 1992. This is an artificial collection on the subject of dance.
This collection contains oral histories (recordings and transcripts) with local poets E. Ethelbert Miller, Kim Roberts, and Sarah Browning. Daniel Schwarz conducted these interviews as part of a course assignment while he was a student at American University.
The Darrell C. Crain, Jr. Presidential Inaugural Collection consist of newspaper articles, invitations, tickets programs, memorabilia, newspapers, invitations and souvenir booklets, pins and mini flags. The material dated from approximately 1957-1989 came from events such as inaugural ceremonies and balls that Dr. Crain attended while earlier memorabilia from 1817-1929 was material he purchased to complement the collection.
David M. Bates (1925- ) was born in Arlington, Virginia. He graduated from The George Washington University in 1946, and while a student was very active in the Glee Club, directed by Dr. Robert Harmon. Collection includes essays, and photographs ranging in date from 1940-1998
This collection consists of materials collected by David Brombart. The collection includes both his personal files and research he collected throughout his life.
Collection include books, correspondence, articles, scrapbooks, notes, travelogues and a cap and gown of David S. Brown, who was Professor Emeritus of Management in the School of Government and business administration and program director for 31 years. The materials range in date from 1915-89.
Collection consists of administrative files, correspondence, newsletters, manuscripts, videotape cassettes and audiotape cassettes dating from 1976-93 focusing primarily on writers who lived in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area during this period. The "Carousel" publications trace the development of the Writer's Center community for almost 18 years.
This collection contains correspondence, flyers,publications and other material relating the Poets against the War organization.
Collection includes student surveys, annual reports, correspondence, memos, manuals, and committee files.
This collection includes research notes, clippings, reports, notes from interviews, dissertation drafts, correspondence, dissertations, and photographs. Most of the material dates from 1966-1983. These are the papers of Dennis Gale from his time teaching and working on his dissertation at George Washington University. This collection consists of materials on the history of Georgetown and on urban planning and development.
This collection curently contains electronic file copies of the papers given at this symposium hosted by the department of economics in 1999, as well as an introduction and summary by Dr. Petersik.
This collection contains poetry, correspondence, art work, and publications related to the life and work of Devy Bendit a local poet and lawyer. The material is dated from 1970-85.
The Dexter Lewis Papers consists of two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings documenting Lewis's career with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, five photoportraits of IBT officers (three inscribed) and a typescript memoir of his work with the Teamsters in the 1930s into the 1950s.
Collection includes flyers, posters, postcards, press releases, programs, two photographs, and a bit of correspondence. The material relates to the productions undertaken by members of the dance community in Washington D.C. from 1976-1990.
Collection includes M.F.A. thesis photos, exhibition schedules and programs, and brochures.
Collection consists of the records from the D.C. Cable TV Design Commission. In 1982 a commission was formally created by the Council of the District of Columbia to create a proposal for bringing cable television to the District of Columbia. This collection consists of documents from the D.C. Cable TV Design Commission including two of the bids for the project. The material dates from 1972-1984.
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.