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Illustrated scroll of samples of Noh masks and a record of props, in Japanese “Noh-men hinagata emono hikae" のうめん ひながた えもの ひかえ
An illustrated scroll - or emakimono - of samples of masks and a record of props used in Noh theater, created circa late 19th century or early 20th century. The scroll measures nearly 30 feet in length when unrolled and is constructed of individual illustrated leaves that have been adhered together to create the scroll. When rolled, the scroll is housed in a wooden box.
Indenture for a miller apprenticeship for Hugh Ogden in Loudoun County, Virginia, created on March 17, 1815.
1 box that contains materials from the Indochina Institute records.
This collection includes documents and promotional materials from Initiatives in Educational Transformation.
This collection contain 3 boxes of content from the Institute for Advanced Public Policy Studies records.
1 box that contains brochures and pamphlets that promote the Institute for Computational Sciences and Informatics.
One box that contains two pamphlets from the Institue for History, Resources, and Policy
Interviews conducted by Zachary Schrag for his book Ethical Imperialism: Institutional Review Boards and the Social Sciences, 1965 to the Present. Schrag interviewed key shapers of the institutional review board regime to raise important points about the effect of the IRB process on scholarship.
One box containing promotional materials from the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science.
One box that contains materials from the International Center for Applied Studies in Information Technology
One box of items donated from the International Institute.
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials organized a project beginning in the late 1980s to interview individuals that played an important role in the planning and implementation of the construction of the interstate highway system in the United States. The collection consists of both bound and loose copies of interview transcripts, audiotape cassettes of the interviews, and chronological files on the interstate research project itself.
A collection of 7" reel-to-reel audiotapes from the 1960s and 1970s, including an audio episode of Star Trek, various Republican party speeches, and stage performances by the Beatles, Johnny Cash and Elvis.
Engraving by Israel Silvestre of Moliere and Jean-Baptiste Lully's "La Princesse d'Elide" performed at Verseilles for the court of King Louis XIV.
Collection contains materials relating to various financial matters of the Arena Stage during the 1960s.
The J. Howard Miller papers consist of scrapbooks and folders containing newspaper clippings, programs, photographs, telegrams, and other pieces of ephemera, most of which are related to Federal Theatre Project productions in Los Angeles, San Diego, Padua Hills, and Denver. Also included is correspondence to and from Miller and employee identification cards.
This collection documents Censer’s work as a historian and as a professor, History and Art History Department Chair, and Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at George Mason University. The research files include his work on French history as well as his research on the D.C. Sniper and the media in 2002.
16 silver gelatin prints of a brick building and several houses in Newburgh, New York by Jacob Ruben.
This collection contains the working papers of James H. Laue, former professor of conflict resolution at George Mason University. Materials include manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, legal documents, and memorabilia.
The McDonnell collection contains materials related to McDonnell's work on the Shirley Highway project and other materials from his work at the United States Bureau of Public Roads (BPR) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Types of materials include correspondence, reports, government publications, black-and-white photographs, and 35mm black-and-white negatives.
1 box that contains newsletters, website printouts, and letters from the James M. Buchanan Center for Political Economy.
The James M. Buchanan papers consist of materials created primarily by economist James M. Buchanan (1919-2013) from the years 1936-2014. There are also materials created by the Center for Study of Public Choice, an academic unit associated with Virginia Tech (1969-1983) and George Mason University (1983-). The papers document Buchanan’s career and academic output, primarily in the field of public choice economics and political economy.
Collection contains materials pertaining to the research and career of Dr. Trefil. Types of materials include correspondence, research notes, notes from courses both taken and taught, book manuscripts, and information pertaining to conferences he attended.
Two Jamestown, Virginia postcards from 1907.
Scrapbook that documents the Jamestown, Westfield, and Northwestern Railroad in New York state, created circa 1950s.
The Japanese Phonograph Record collection contains 15, 78 rpm phonograph records mostly in sleeves with Japanese wirting. The records were either printed in the United States or Japan for the Japanese music market, and released by Columbia, Ploydor, Victor, Orient Records and Regal.
Travel brochures, pamphlets, maps, and postcards by Japanese travel agencies, hotels, and goods manufacturers, created between 1929 through the 1930s. The majority of the materials are in English, with some Japanese, Korean, and Chinese used throughout.