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World War, 1939-1945
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Collection includes scrapbooks, papers, diplomas, newspapers, textiles, and memorabilia from various sources associated with alumni of the University.
Abstract The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace was founded in 1910 by Andrew Carnegie. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, which since 1983 has again been headquartered in Washington, D.C., continues the work begun by its founders. Elihu Root and Nicholas Murray Butler were activists in a segment of a larger peace movement both in the U.S. and abroad that had its roots in the later years of the nineteenth century. This collection consists of over 7,200 items of bound pamphlets,...
Overview Constance Stuart Larrabee (August 7 1914-July 27 2000) was a photographer and South Africa’s first woman war correspondent in World War II. Throughout the 1950s-1990s, Larrabee’s photographs were displayed and travelled in various individual and group exhibitions, including several exhibitions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. The Constance Stuart Larrabee collection includes artifacts, correspondence, exhibition files, photographs, negatives, and publication files of Constance Stuart Larrabee,...
File — Box 209: Series Series 6 [Barcode: 32882022385671], Folder: 4
Identifier: Series 6
Scope and Contents Titles include: The War and the Negro People, The Third Party and the 1948 Elections
Dates: 1939 - 1959
Abstract 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
Overview Eleanor Lansing Dulles (1895-1996) was an economist, teacher, author, and employee of the United States Government. She was a member of a prominent diplomatic family in the United States, and spent the majority of her career in government service. She worked for the United States Social Security Board during the Great Depression and the United States Department of State during World War II and the Cold War. Often referred to as the “Mother of Berlin,” Dulles worked tirelessly for the...
Dates: 1867-1993; Majority of material found within 1935 - 1990
Abstract This collection includes notebooks, diaries, lectures, medical research papers, correspondence, photographs, plays, booklets, awards, and and memorabilia.
Abstract Collection contains correspondence, articles, scrapbooks of Kuh articles, speeches, diaries, writings both published and unpublished, and address and telephone books. This material dates from 1924-67. These papers are from Kuh's time as a journalist especially during World War II. Kuh was often the recipient of confidential information from numerous government officials in London and Washington, D.C.
Overview This collections contains material produced by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 82 dating from 1937-2003. The bulk of the material dates from 1940-1960. Included are a variety of materials related to the day-to-day operation of the Local, such as correspondence, meeting minutes, meeting notices and attendance lists, dues ledgers, contract agreements, seniority lists, membership applications,contract negotiation and agreements dating.
Overview Laurence Edward "Larry" LeSueur was a Peabody-award winning radio correspondent best known as one of "Murrow's Boys," a band of international correspondents assembled in Europe before and during World War II by Edward R. Murrow for CBS. On D-Day, June 6, 1944, LeSueur was one of the first journalists to land at Normandy and report back news of the battle to Americans at home. This collection contains typewritten scripts, correspondence, articles, journals, audiocassettes and audio reels, and...
Dates: 1935-2003; Majority of material found within 1940 - 1984