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The Giovanni and Amne Costigan papers span most of Giovanni Costigan's professional life and include clippings, correspondence, diaries, notes, pamphlets, photographs, publications, subject files, writings, and audio and video recordings of lectures -- The collection also contains papers of his wife, Amne, who survived him, and some papers relating to both Giovanni and Amne's ancestors. Among these items are letters to Charles and Mary Anne Garraway, great grandparents of Giovanni Costigan, dating from 1818-1881 (which are housed in a wooden box inscribed with the date, 1810). The content of these letters is possibly of significant interest concerning Anglo-Irish family life in early to middle 19th century Ireland. Also included among the family papers are several early to mid-19th century travel diaries of unidentified authorship, some with illustrations. Among Amne Johnson Costigan's family papers is a memory book belonging to the Church family of Idaho (apparently relatives of Mrs. ... Read More
University of Washington
Photographs of Professor Giovanni Costigan
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The William Stull Holt papers cover the life and career of the American history professor through correspondence, diaries, photographs, reports, speeches, writings and other materials. The bulk of the collection relates to Holt's academic posts and several of the major correspondents are comprised of fellow University of Washington faculty members, as well as colleagues from other institutions, including Douglass Adair, Arthur Bestor, Robert E. Burke, Warren Cohen, Giovanni Costigan, Donald Emerson, Lawrence Gelfand, Kent Greenfield, Solomon Katz, Thomas Pressly, Max Savelle, Robert Skotheim and Dennis Strong. Other correspondents reflect Holt's political activities and include such notable figures as Brock Adams; his affiliation with the Democratic Party at the local and national level is further represented through conference and convention files. Also of note among Holt's professional papers is a 1953 reel to reel audiotape recording of lectures given by Holt and Savelle. His ... Read More
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, reports, speeches, writings, press releases, legislation, court records, subject files, clippings, and photos, relating to Smith's activities as Democratic Party leader (1944-1969); King County commissioner; warden, Washington State Penitentiary (1938-1949); and administrator, Washington Dept. of Public Assistance (1937-1968). Includes material relating to International Woodworkers of America and Washington Public Institutions Dept. Persons represented include James M. Ballard, Eugene Belmont, Homer Truett Bone, Paul W. Bucholz, Joseph F. Clemente, Arthur S. Cory, Giovanni Costigan, Martin J. Durkan, F. Stuart Foster, Erle Stanley Gardner, Luke Graham, Kenneth Griffin, Knute Hill, Matthew W. Hill, Henry M. Jackson, Arthur B. Langlie, Warren G. Magnuson, Hugh Burnton Mitchell, Fred N. Nelson, Thomas Oakshott, Arvid O╠łhrnell, John J. Reddin, James B. Reston, Albert D. Rosellini, Lewis Baxter Schwellenbach, Fred W. Shorter, Henry Steiger, Jean Travillian, Kenneth Turay, ... Read More
Yale University
The collection documents Gregory's literary friendships and personal relationships, particularly with Llewelyn Powys, his siblings and the Powys circle, colleagues associated with The Dial, and the Gregory family; her writing and intellectual interests; and her efforts to edit her diaries and correspondence and those of Llewelyn Powys
Western Washington University
Dr. Giovanni Costigan speaks about war for ideological reasons. The "holy war" is fought by people who believe they are absolutely good and the enemy is absolutely evil and must be exterminated. He discusses five instances of "holy wars", including the Crusades, the wars of the Reformation, the French revolutionary wars, World War I, and the clash of ideologies caused by the Russian Revolution of 1917, which continue unabated at this point in time, and he mentions the political wars which have superseded them
Western Washington University - Heritage Resources
The first work (If the bomb survives, can we?; ca. 8 min.) shows a student anti-nuclear rally in spring 1962 on the campus of Western Washington State College (subsequently Western Washington University). English professor Arthur Hicks delivers a speech in front of the student union building; a march to downtown Bellingham follows. Some onlookers are interviewed by Al Swift. The second work (Road to redress; ca. 19 min.) shows a Vietnam war protest march by students and others on April 17, 1965, from the WWSC campus to downtown Bellingham, culminating in a silent vigil in front of the Federal Building. A leader of a simultaneous counter-protest is interviewed at length. Scenes of a demonstration in front of the Leopold Hotel follow, then an extended excerpt of a speech given to an audience within the hotel by University of Washington professor Giovanni Costigan. His speech is titled Vietnam and world peace


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