Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains brochures and videotapes.
Files rehoused from a binder titled "Funded." Files in this folder all came under a tab titled "administration" and refer to funded accounts with account numbers starting with "540 703-." Accounts refer to a variety of different scholarships, program funds, internship programs, and research funds regarding engineering from across The George Washington University.
This collection contains documents, records, photographs and other materials related to Mario Cardullo. The material dates from 1955 to 2013. Dr. Cardullo was a writer and inventor, most known for creating modern radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. In addition, he held numerous other patents.
Collection includes financial reports, correspondence, meeting minutes, by-laws, memos, publications, brochures, photos and slides.
This collection contains more than 300 letters sent between William Halsey and Mary Price from 1916-1918. Halsey was an engineering professor at GW and Price was a personal secretary in Swarthmore, PA. Throughout the time the letters were written, Halsey and Price dated, got engaged, and married. The letters provide insight into love and courtship in the early 20th century and discuss events like the 1916 presidential election and World War I.