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This collection contains materials pertaining to Jerry Clapsaddle's career as a professor of art at George Mason University. Materials include annual reports, correspondence, slides, and videotapes.
This collection contains dozens of video and reel tapes produced by former George Mason University English Professor Joel Foreman. Videotapes include Clapsaddle's own oral history; documentaries on the novelists William Styron, Rita Mae Brown, and Carlos Fuentes; the documentary series "The Southern Eastern Shore of Maryland" and "Thinking in the 20th Century"; and edited masters of the documentary "Women's Work."
This collection contains research materials for Garreau's books, "Edge City" (1992) and "The Nine Nations of North America" (1981). Materials include newspapers, magazine clippings, contact information, government publications, book excerpts, tapes, annual reports, advertisements, newsletters, essays, interview transcripts, notes, project proposals, pamphlets, fliers, brochures, and other documents.
This collection contains documents pertaining to Joel Broyhill's career as a U.S. Congressman representing Virginia's 10th district. Materials in the collection deriving from his career as a legislator include bills, House resolutions, official records, press releases, Congressional (83rd-93rd) newsletters, papers, personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, schedules, and budgets.
The John C. Becher Soldier Show collection contains entertainment materials written by and for the United States military during and immediately following World War II. The collection is arranged by material type and entertainment themes.
This collection contains documents pertaining to Wood's career as mayor, including correspondence on the acquisition of land for George Mason College in the 1960s.
The collection includes periodicals, pamphlets, reports, conference proceedings, photographs, maps, printed ephemera, and manuscripts related to Sub-Saharan Africa, with particular emphasis on Nigeria, but embracing political and social history, biography, economics, sociology, languages, culture, and religions of the entire region. The role of Islam in the region is an important component. Documents are primarily in English but occasionally in German, French, Arabic, or Hausa.
The John N. Warfield papers consist of materials from Warfield's academic career, including papers authored and co-authored by Warfield, presentations, videotapes, audiotapes, and correspondence.
Materials include daily logs, correspondence, photographs, campaign materials, and reports from Shacochis' career with the Navy, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, and various boards and committees he served on.
Substantial document archive of significant intelligence content, written and compiled by John Patrick Hawker, British SOE (Special Operations Executive), pertaining to British intelligence, cryptography and clandestine radio in the Second World War.
This collection contains papers from John Hamburg's career as a transportation planner. Hamburg specialized in urban transportation and worked on projects in Detroit, Chicago, Mexico City, Shanghai, and at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
This collection contains nearly 200 negatives of family photographs in unknown locations. Some of the photographs are indoors and some are outdoors, some of individual girls, boys, men, and women and some of groups. The negatives are large, approximately 4.25 x 2.5," and - based on clothing styles - appear to date from the 1920s.
Letter from John Thomson Mason, Jr. to an unknown recipient, July 7, 1841. The letter was written during Mason’s tenure as U.S. Representative for the sixth district of Maryland.
The John W. Burton papers contain materials from Burton's work in international relations and conflict resolution from the 1940s through the 1990s. It includes correspondence, working papers, notes, news clippings, scholarly publications, workshop and conference material, images, and memorabilia. It also contains materials pertaining to the creation of the George Mason University School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR).
This collection documents George Mason student John Whalan's involvement in the Whig Society and the Herschel Observatory.
This collection contains tapes, documents, and books on transportation planning. Included is a VHS videotape of footage from 1919 on a US Army convoy traveling across the country on Lincoln Highway, the first transcontinental highway in America.
10 photographs with images of objects related to Juan Montalvo. Some of the photographs also include Frank Spindler, the Chairman of the Montalvo Sesquicentennial Committee.
Twelve slides of the 1985 Pride parade in Los Angeles, California by Julian Wasser.
Handwritten three part setting of "Justus ut Palma," a liturgical text, by Francesco Basili.
The Kate Lawson papers include newspaper clippings and press releases on Federal Theatre Project productions, FTP administrative correspondence including job descriptions, memorandums on employee reclassification, complaints from employees and audience survey questionnaires, research lists, production records, and personal correspondence.
Collection includes correspondence, memos, reports and other papers generated by Ken Kitch.
This collection contains thousands of natural history slides taken by nature photographer Kjell Sandved. Included are slides of flowers, fish, sea anemone, and hundreds of butterfly slides with identification information--family, genus, species, vernacular name, and locality--individually listed on most.
Six boxes containing items from the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study.
12 posters showing examples of the work of Kukryniksy.
Four lithographs featuring one scene and three plates of costume designs for the opera “La Navarraise” by Heugel & Cie, Editeurs (Huegel music publishing company) printed circa 1894.
Land indenture from Denny Fairfax nee Martin to Alexander White, written and signed December 4, 1790.
This collection contains dozens of family photographs from the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century, exhibiting a range of early photographic technology including albumen prints, tintypes and cyanotypes, as well as gelatin silver prints.
Playbills and brochures, mainly for Washington, DC area institutions, collected by Larry Schecker.
Playbills and brochures, mainly for Washington, DC Area institutions, collected by Larry Schecker.
- Reston (Va.) 32
- Theater -- United States 31
- Photographic prints 30
- Housing 29
- Music 26
- Planned communities -- Virginia -- Reston 23
- Photography 22
- Performing arts 21
- Slides (Photography) 21
- Sound recordings 21
- Photographs 20
- Photography -- Negatives 18
- Transportation -- United States -- Planning 18
- Fairfax County (Va.) 17
- New Deal, 1933-1939 17
- Ballet 16
- Theater 16
- Virginia, Northern 16
- Video recordings 15
- Correspondence 14 + ∧ less
- English 495
- Undetermined 19
- French 16
- German 12
- Latin 8
- Italian 2
- Japanese 2
- Multiple languages 2
- Russian 2
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 2
- Afrikaans 1
- Chinese 1
- Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 1
- Hungarian 1
- Central Khmer 1
- Korean 1
- Lao 1
- Polish 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Thai 1 + ∧ less
- George Mason University 34
- Federal Theatre Project (U.S.) 19
- George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center 17
- Reston Association 7
- Simon, Robert E., Jr. (Robert Edward), 1914-2015 7
- Arena Stage (Organization : Washington, D.C.) 6
- Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969 6
- Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973 6
- Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 6
- Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 6
- United States. Congress. House 6
- American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials 5
- George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives 5
- Johnson, George W., 1928-2017 5
- United States. Federal Highway Administration 5
- Catholic Church 4
- Hill, Thomas 4
- Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968 4
- Krug, Robert C. 4
- Reston Land Corporation 4 + ∧ less