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Donald Ray received his Master of Arts degree in 1947 from The George Washington University, and served as Director of the National Institute of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Collection includes correspondence, reports, articles, pamphlets and books.
Dorn Charles McGrath was the chair and Emeritus Professor of Geography and Urban and Regional Planning. He is also the Director of the Institute for Urban Development Research at The George Washington University (GW). Collection consists of the Machu Picchu project files, correspondence, articles, and personal chronicles. The materials range between 1973 and 1987. The subjects represented are about Machu Picchu and the surrounding areas.
This collection contains three ledgers. These ledgers record the daily work of Dr. Edwin Beck Allen. Dr. Edwin Beck Allen was a physician in Washington DC and these ledgers are a combination of patient data and business records for his practice. The ledgers date from 1875-1891.
Materials in this collection include Milton Kramer's diplomas from high school and The George Washington University, certificates, books, and his medical bag (without instruments). They range in date from 1916-46.
This collection contains stereoscopic images of locations and scenes of the Holy Land and Palestine. The stereoscope cards date from 1896-1904. Several of the sets of stereoscopic images have descriptions of their subject printed on the back of the card, though some simply have a location or no additional information. A few of the stereoscope cards are numbered, corresponding to the book, Palestine through the Stereoscope, which provides a description and additional information.
William B. Griffith joined the George Washington University faculty in July 1964 and was Elton Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy. The collection contains his work in the department, as well as other professional activities such as the faculty senate and papers given at conferences.
This collection contains letters, diplomas and other documents about Dr. William Johnston Mallory, GWU faculty in the medical school.
DRIVE is the IBT's voter education arm. Launched in 1960 its purpose is to help elect candidates friendly to labor to public office. This collection consists of copies of the DRIVE Reporter, brochures, mailing materials, posters and other DRIVE promotional materials.
The Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) was established at The George Washington University in 1969 to increase the opportunity for District of Columbia residents to attend GW and, once there, to help facilitate EOP participants’ academic success. Materials in this collection include office files of the program.
This collection is minimally processed and may not be available for research. Please contact Special Collections for more information.
Collection includes photocopies of two scrapbooks containing clippings, letters, photos, etc., of Edward W. Gnehm, Jr., GW student body president. They range in date from 1965-66.
Elisavietta (Lisa) Ritchie's fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, photographs, and translations from Russian and French have appeared in numerous publications. This collection includes various drafts and publications of poems and stories written by Ritchie. It also contains correspondence to and from Ritchie, including letters from her parents and correspondence written in Russian. The collection dates from 1964-2014.
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 publications, videocassettes, annual reports, by-laws, reports, meeting minutes, appointment books, and websites. The material covers the dates 1907-2005. Subjects coverd in the collection include Egyptian project, inauguration activities, Soviet File Festival, publications, three La Rochell video cassettes, administrative files, conferences, faculty reports and meetings, graduate assistants, committee records, work study
Collection include materials related to Emilie Margaret White's work as a foreign language educator and administrator and to her involvement with the GW community as an alumna. It includes correspondence, awards, transcripts, publications, curricula vitae, lesson plans and outlines, and materials relating to a recommendation for Margaret Davis. The materials range in date from 1917-1972.
This collection was donated by the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives located in Butte, Montana. It includes the scrapbook and loose photographs of GW student Emmett Edward Doherty. It also contains one copy of "The University Hatchet." One of the loose photographs is of Warren G. Harding's Presidential Inauguration.
This series contains faculty minutes and chronological files. These records cover the years 1965-89. The chronological files are from department Chairman Waters' and Dr. Rothman. Some of the faculty minutes are from EAD and SEAS.
This collection consists of memos, reports, brochures, by-laws an enrollment profiles. The material ranges in date from 1975-90.
This is an artificial collection composed of printed materials acquired by Special Collections Research Center at various times. The collection was created in 2018 from original MARC records. The collection contains magazines, printed materials, and paper documents related primarily to the history of Washington DC and the Metropolitan area. More broadly the subject is American History. The images date from approximately 1835-2002.
Materials in this collection include, affirmative action info and records, affirmative action plans, promotion recommendations, recruitment plans and summaries, personnel files (complaints), civil actions, litigation files, personnel program slides, academic dishonesty, litigation files, IGH (Informal Grievance Hearing) files, restricted grievance files, charges of discrimination, budget, correspondence, family and medical leave act. These files range in date from 1974-2006.