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This collection contains documents pertaining to the work of South Asia development expert Arthur F. Raper, including speeches, research and development project reports published by the Pakistan and Bangladesh Academies for Rural Development, Comilla and Peshawar, Asian Studies Center, Michigan State University and East-West Center Hawaii.
Collection contains research and manuscript materials used by Dr. Herman to produce Joseph McCarthy: Reexamining the Life and Legacy of America's Most Hated Senator (2000) and The Idea of Decline in Western History (1997). Types of materials in the collection include newspaper clippings, research notes, subject files, correspondence, and manuscript copies of chapters and end notes.
Collection contains materials relating to Peterson's long acting career. Types of materials include scripts to his television, film, and stage roles, correspondence, and props used by Peterson.
This collection consists of five photographs by an unknown photographer depicting damage caused by a locomotive boiler explosion at a railroad station in Atchison, Kansas, in January 1888.
This collection documents Baba Freeman's involvement in planning and transportation issues in the Reston, Virginia community.
Three black and white photographs taken by Sasha to promote a London tour performance of “Les Sylphides” by Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, circa 1934.
Content warning: Racist language.
Seven photograph albums created by Olive Whipple Peabody Beardwood and her mother, Grace M. Whipple from 1929 - 1931, documenting their travels with family across the Eastern, Southeastern, and Southern United States, as well as Europe. The majority of the albums seems to have been compiled by Olive for herself and her mother, with one album likely compiled by Grace. There is one outlier album from the 1890s.
Eight brass rubbings made in England.
The Ben Russak papers is a collection of Federal Theatre Project and Federal Writers' Project material collected by Ben Russak from 1935 to 1942. The papers include playscripts and publications created by the Federal Theatre Project, as well as pamphlets and collections of folklore material created by the Federal Writers' Project.
This collection consists of 166 rubbings of monumental brasses made by Bernie Brenner from 1974 through the 1980s in England. The collection also contains pamphlets and booklets from the parish churches that Brenner visited - and that the brasses originate from - as well as bulletins from the Monumental Brass Society.
This collection consists of ethnohistory manuscripts, including publications and research materials for the book "Cabot to Cartier: Ethnohistory of Northeastern North America, 1497-1555."
This collection documents Bernard Rosenblatt's involvement in the Regional Theater Council for Northern California and Nevada, as well as related organizations. It also includes a collection of playbills from around the United States dating from 1938 - 1979.
This collection contains research materials for Blois' 1987 dissertation on education, including audio cassettes of interviews with GMU faculty members and a first draft copy of his dissertation "The PAGE Program from Concept to Curriculum: George Mason University's Plan for Alternative General Education, 1981-1983."
Black and white matted photograph of George Balanchine rehearsing two ballet dancers, taken by the dance photographer Costas, circa late 1970s or early 1980s.
Black and white photograph of Jerome Robbins in rehearsal with young ballet dancers for “Circus Polka” by Martha Swope
Original black and white photograph of Jerome Robbins in rehearsal with young ballet dancers for “Circus Polka” taken by Martha Swope in June 1972.
Black and white photograph of prominent members of the original “West Side Story” production team by Friedman-Abeles photography firm
Black and white photograph of prominent members of the original “West Side Story” production team by Friedman-Abeles photography firm, printed September 29, 1959.
Black and white photographs of Jerome Robbins rehearsing with ballet dancers for “Antique Epigraphs” by Martha Swope
Two black and white photographs of Jerome Robbins rehearsing with ballet dancers for “Antique Epigraphs” at the New York City Ballet, taken by Martha Swope in early 1984.
Collection of news articles, court records, and other writings collected by Bonnie Atwood. The bulk of the collection covers Atwood's involvement with activism and protests against the Vietnam War during and after her time as a student at George Mason College, later known as George Mason University.
This collection consists of printed editions of the various iterations of the George Mason College/University student newspaper "Broadside," 1963 - 2020.
Print engravings of the French Revolution by Pierre-Gabriel Berthault (1737-1831). Berthault created the engravings from drawings by Jean-Louis Prieur (1759-1795). These images begin with the Estates General meeting before the Revolution officially begins and continues through until just after King Louis XVI is executed. The images measure approximately 18x24cm to 18x26cm.
This collection contains theatre souvenir programs from Broadway productions between the years 1942 and 1997. The programs include descriptions of the production, along with information on the respective creators, performers, directors, choreographers, and producers. It contains many programs from original Broadway show runs, and features many famous actors, singers, and dancers who performed in Broadway shows.
The Burke Centre Conservator newsletter collection documents the monthly activities of Burke Centre, such as elections, programs and festivals.
This collection comprises ninety-six maps and eighteen atlases ranging from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries. Though the majority of the maps Mann collected are of Virginia, there are many pertaining to other parts of the United States and other areas of the world.
Comprises C. Harrison Mann, Jr.'s personal papers and handwritten draft of his history of George Mason University. Papers pertain to his political career and include subject files, memoranda, campaign materials, speeches, newsclippings and other related materials.
The C-SPAN records consist of materials created and collected by the C-SPAN Corporation and its founder Brian Lamb from the years 1809, 1978-2012. The materials created by C-SPAN originate from 1978-2012, with one antique newspaper from 1809 gifted to Lamb. The records document C-SPAN's functions as a broadcasting network, as well as its continuing engagement in the political and public affairs sphere of the United States.
Content Warning: One of the photograph descriptions in this album contains a racial slur.
Black scrapbook album created circa August 1956 to document a trip from New York to California and other Midwest, West, and Southwest states taken by a group of five women friends. The trip lasted from August 4, 1956 - August 27, 1956. The scrapbook contains black and white photographs pasted onto the pages with commentary and information written in white ink.
A caricature of three men in military uniforms, presumably members of the Nazi Party, and two women making music around a piano with small dogs. The drawing was created by a person named Zora Simeunović.
This collection largely consists of playbills from Chicago's Lyric Opera House, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and regional theatres collected by Carol Berger. There are also ticket stubs from the performances, as well as materials from the Art Institute of Chicago.
The Carol D. Litchfield microbiology collection contains published reports and government studies as well as a few personal documents and papers encompassing topics such as microbiology of organisms and water quality.
The Carol R. Lubin Papers is a collection of papers pertaining to Dr. Lubin's work as a consultant for social planning in Reston, Virginia. The collection contains, correspondence, reports, plans and papers from international communities in Israel, Poland and Great Britain. The papers are divided into six series in eight boxes and date from 1960 to 1981.