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Photos of the earliest days of George Mason University, previously known as George Mason College, taken by yearbook photographer Doug Nelms.
This collection consists of an account book listing the finances of the Dr. Lizzie May Ulmer Dramatic Company as it traveled around the United States in fall 1885.
Contains newsclippings and photographs pertaining to the development of George Mason College, now known as George Mason University.
Duck and Cover reel film and original box, created by Castle Films for the Federal Civil Defense Administration in 1951.
The collection consists of correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, and audiovisual materials that document the effort to secure funding and support for an addition to the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority (WMATA) rail system to service Tyson's Corner, Dulles International Airport and Loudon County in Virginia.
Included in the E. P. Conkle papers are plays, poetry, short stories, and book manuscripts written by E. P. Conkle, mostly during Conkle's professorship at the University of Texas at Austin (1939-1973).
This series contains posters relating to art exhibits, individual artists, art galleries, and museums from the Deutsche Demokratische Republik. The series contains 1820 posters of various sizes. The posters range in size from 68 x 97 cm to 29 x 40 cm. The average poster size is 57 x 81 cm.
The culture and science series consists 181 posters that were used to advertise for a variety of events. There are also posters that advertise for attractions, such as zoos, that do not mention specific activities. The event posters usually list dates, times, and other information for potential attendees. The posters range in size from 20x57cm to 56x80cm with most measuring 56x80cm. Most of the posters date from the 1980s.
These posters document the cinematic heritage of the DDR and represent the films through both abstract works and interpretations of scenes from the films. The posters range in size from 21 x 57.5 cm to 84 x 59.5 cm. Although the posters date from 1947-1995, the majority fall between 1950 and 1990.
This series contains posters advertising theater, opera, concert and dance performances in Berlin and other East German cities. This collection consists of 941 posters of various sizes. They range in size from 28 x 58 cm to 86 x 60 cm. The majority of posters measure 57 x 81 cm.
This series contains posters relating to political persons, events, and organizations from the Deutsche Demokratische Republik. The series contains 652 posters of various sizes. The posters range in size from 99.5 x 69.5 cm to 40 x 29.25 cm. The average poster size is 57 x 81 cm.
The Eda Edson papers contain personal papers collected by Edson from the 1930s to 1976. These papers include newspaper clippings highlighting her work in vaudeville in the early 1930s, correspondence regarding connections to the Federal Theatre Project, photographs of Edson and her orchestra, as well as scripts, production notes, and programs from the production Follow the Parade.
The Edgar A. Prichard papers include correspondence, legal, finance and other papers relating to Reston. The majority of the collection deals with property, dedications, deeds, sales and leases in Reston. The documents are primarily from Prichard's dealing with the Palindrome Corporation and Gulf Reston Incorporated.
This collection contains approximately 10,000 slides, scrapbooks, publications, and archival materials relating to Edith Ker's nature expeditions and travels around the world.
This collection contains selected newspapers, including the Evening Star, the New York Herald Tribune, the New York Times, the Egyptian Mail, and the French newspaper, Le Journal du Dimanche. Topics covered include the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy and the resignation of Richard Nixon.
This collection contains manuscripts and published arrangements of 19th and 20th century violin music.
The collection provides information on the discontent and disillusionment which came to exist among some segments of the American people as a result of American military intervention in Southeast Asia. The collection covers the period of time ranging from 1965 to 1975, with the bulk of the material from the years 1967 to 1971.
This collection largely documents Egon Verheyen's research and manuscripts through articles, notes and correspondence. It also contains information about his time as a Robinson Professor at George Mason University.
This collection contains materials used by northern Virginia historian Eleanor Lee Templeman to produce the books Northern Virginia Heritage and Arlington Heritage. Materials include maps, drawings, negatives, pamphlets, and printing plates.
The Elizabeth Campbell papers collection includes correspondence between Elizabeth Campbell and George Mason University Advisory Board officials, regarding the opening of a satellite campus in Arlington.
This cookbook, owned by Elizabeth Fairfax, contains numerous cooking and medicinal recipes popular in 17th and 18th century England.
The Emile F. Miller papers contain materials pertaining to her service in the Virginia State Legislature. Included in the collection are campaign material, subject files, bills and resolutions, correspondence, committee information, constituent files, and information on the Virginia Military Institute controversy.
1 box that contains pamphlets from the English Language Institute
Engraving of a scene from Act III of "The Beggar's Opera" by William Blake after a painting by William Hogarth, created in 1790.
1 box that contains content from the Entrepreneurship Center.
Envelope with commemorative 200th anniversary of Gunston Hall stamp, dated June 12, 1958.
1 box that contains items from the Environmental Health and Safety Office
Four drypoint etchings of Anna Pavlova performing the ballet solo "The Dying Swan," drawn by Ernst Oppler.
This collection contains 12 documents on revolutionary Cuba from the library of Danish Communist Party activist Esther Brinch. Materials include pamphlets, manuscripts, telegrams, and photographs.
The Eugene McCarthy presidential campaign papers contain documents from six speech file "books" used by the campaign staff. The speeches span from October 1967 to July 1968 and include remarks he gave prior to his entry into the race for the Democratic nomination. Some of the speeches are from campaign stops in particular primary states, such as Nebraska, and the speeches generally document McCarthy's positions on the VIetnam War, the economy, and race relations.
- Reston (Va.) 32
- Photographic prints. 30
- Theater -- United States 30
- Housing 29
- Music 24
- Planned communities -- Virginia -- Reston. 23
- Sound recordings. 21
- Slides. 20
- Performing arts 18
- Photography 18
- Photography -- Negatives 18
- Transportation -- United States -- Planning 18
- Fairfax County (Va.) 17
- New Deal, 1933-1939 17
- Photographs. 17
- Ballet 15
- Video recordings. 15
- Dance 13
- Virginia, Northern -- History. 13
- Washington (D.C.) 13 + ∧ less
- English 478
- Undetermined 22
- French 16
- German 10
- Latin 8
- Italian 2
- Japanese 2
- Multiple languages 2
- Russian 2
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 2
- Chinese 1
- Greek, Ancient (to 1453) 1
- Hungarian 1
- Korean 1
- Polish 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1 + ∧ less
- George Mason University 31
- Federal Theatre Project (U.S.) 19
- George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center 16
- 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
- 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
- Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 5
- United States. Federal Highway Administration 5
- Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968 4
- Reston Land Corporation 4
- Robbins, Jerome 4
- Dulles International Airport 3
- George Mason University. Libraries 3
- Holton, A. Linwood (Abner Linwood), 1923- 3
- Swope, Martha 3 + ∧ less