Includes minutes (1921-1972), bulletins (1924-1976), agendas, correspondence, financial records, constitution, by-laws, membership applications, attendance records, registers, annual and committee reports, newspaper clippings, club history written and sold by members, register, scrapbook memorabilia, photographs, and unpublished ms. on parliamentary law -- Also includes photocopies of materials relating to the 13 Club of Sioux City, Iowa, collected by the club historian. Persons represented include J.F. Moulton
Chiefly monthly newsletters chronologically interleaved with a small amount of correspondence; fundamental administration records including a group cookbook and brochures; correspondence and press regarding the murder of Nancy Richards-Akers; and samples of paperback publications by members
Ten small diaries in which Roche made entries eyery day for almost ten years, using one diary per year; together with clippings, postcards, photographs, and other items removed for the diaries -- Diaries discuss the social and personal life of a Washington, D.C., girl, without providing much insight into the contemporary events of the larger world around her. However, Roche does provide a glimpse into the social life of a young student and professional woman while discussing the notable entertainment sports of her day
Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Official correspondence from Johnson's career with the Selective Service System, including case files and general subject files; speeches and statements by Johnson on the social and military status of African Americans; autobiography and biographical material; and newspaper clippings (18 boxes); War Dept. press releases (four boxes), and photographs (two boxes), relating chiefly to African Americans in the armed forces -- Includes material relating to Johnson's civic activities in Washington, D.C., particularly in the field of social work. Other institutions represented include the Young Men's Christian Association, Washington, D.C.
Family records, biographical data, educational records, correspondence, photographs, programs and reviews, and publications, documenting Meyer's professional life as a soloist and as harpist with the National Symphony Orchestra and her role in the Washington, D.C., musical scene. Includes information on the history of the National Symphony Orchestra, the National Gallery Orchestra, solo and chamber music programs in Washington (1930s-1970s), and the roles of women as performers, teachers, and patrons
Topics include the founding of the Statehood Party, the D.C. Statehood Initiative, constitutional convention, Julius Hobson, political campaigns, the civil rights movement, and statehood movement leaders
Personal correspondence and accounts of Wilson concerning family members and especially the education of his children, Franklin Pope Wilson (b. 1906) and Theodate Pope Wilson Sowers (b. 1902); visits to Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan; and the diagnosis and treatment of Wilson's diabetes. Also includes business correspondence and accounts concerning Wilson's activities as agent for the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, membership in the Loudoun County Community Association and Maryland and Virginia Milk Producers Association, and dealings with the foreman at Oak Knoll Farm concerning dairy operations and tenant farmers. Also includes correspondence and accounts concerning construction of a stone house at Oak Knoll Farm as the Wilson family's primary residence