Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes aerial photographs, publications, newspapers, magazines, correspondence, notebooks, color slides, glass slides, and maps.
The Arthur Arundel papers collection includes correspondence, proposals, status reports and other documents documenting Arthur Arundel's service on the George Mason University Advisory Board and the Board of Visitors. Documents in this collection are photocopies of the orginals.
Mid-20th century photographs of Washington, D.C., area landmarks, including Gunston Hall, the White House, and embassies; local businesses, including Texaco stations and Hot Shoppes; and more common subjects, like artwork, animals, nature, or people. These images are in several formats: negatives, slides, prints, and publications.
The collection consists of 525 color slides that contain mostly aerial views of Fairfax County and Loudoun County, Virginia. The aerial views feature housing developments, automobile transportation corridors, Dulles International Airport, and the surrounding countryside.
31 boxes of aerial black and white photographs of areas around the world including: the United States, Canada, Algeria, and Japan. The photographs were taken between the 1930s and 1980s.
The collection contains documents, photographs, and memorabilia related to Major Clark's service in the United States Air Force. Most notably, the collection contains military records, Japanese souvenirs from World War II, and aerial photographs made by Clark of military operations in the Philippines. The collection contains material from 1938-1968 and 2003.
The collection contains 198 black and white photographs measuring 3.75 x 2.5 inches, of MACV Team 58's experience in South Vietnam's Choung Thien province.
The collection consists of hundreds of black and white prints taken by the United States Department of Agriculture's Soil Conservation Service between 1953 to 1981 of Prince William County, Virginia.