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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection is arranged into 8 series. The series are: Awards; Constituent Relations/Communications; Governance/Planning; Historic; Library/A-V; Membership; Operations; and Public Policy.
Scope and Contents This collection contains records and publications created or held by Americans for UNESCO. Researchers interested in the history of the organization or in international relations, especially as it pertains to culture and education, will find these records useful.
Dates: 1929-2014; Majority of material found within 2003-2014
Abstract Materials in this collection include academic guides for entering freshmen/students, original charter of Phi Beta Kappa at GW, photographs, committee on publications minutes, correspondence, Hatchet constitution, materials from the curriculum committee relating to the reform of the general education requirements for Columbian College, flags, committee on sponsored research, theses from Columbian College (including 1917 notebook on airplanes and military airplanes). The collections covers the...
Abstract 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.
Abstract The Duke Ellington School of the Arts was established in 1974 and remains the only D.C. public high school to offer a dual curriculum encompassing professional arts training and academic enrichment, in preparation for college and careers in the arts. This collection consists of material related to the Duke Ellington School of the Arts including scripts, syllabi, administrative files, correspondence, photographs, slides, audio, and video cassettes. It also includes material related to black...
Abstract Elmer Louis Kayser (1896-1985) came to The George Washington University as a student in 1914 and stayed until his death 1985. He was an institution unto himself, and author of two books chronicling the history of GW: Bricks Without Straw: The Evolution of George Washington University (1970) and A Medical Center The Institutional Development of Medical Education in George Washington University (1973). He also wrote The Grand Social Enterprise; A Study of Jeremy Bentham in his Relation to Liberal...
Abstract 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.
Dates: 1917-1972; Majority of material found within 1954 - 1969
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract Ernest Sewall Shephard was a member of the George Washington University faculty from 1926 to 1966. Dr. Shephard was Professor of English holding the Master of Arts degree. He chaired the English Department for many years. Collection includes correspondence, articles papers, English class notes, lectures, and other items from Ernest Shephard. The materials range from 1939-50.
Abstract This collection includes notebooks, diaries, lectures, medical research papers, correspondence, photographs, plays, booklets, awards, and and memorabilia.
Four 1901 manuscript letters of qualification from African American women seeking teaching positions for cooking in the Washington, DC school, 1901
File — Box 33: Series MS2135 Series 1; Series MS2135 Series 5; Series MS2135 Series 6 [Barcode: GW: 32882019216780], Folder: 12
Identifier: Series 1
Scope and Contents note From the Series: This series contains manuscripts, correspondence, a bond, reports, papers. Most of these items relate to some aspect of the history of Washington, D.C.