Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, personal as well as that with readers of Kilpatrick's syndicated column and viewers of Agronsky and Company (1977-1984); mss. of columns; and mss., correspondence, and other material, relating to Kilpatrick's books, including The Foxes' Union (1977), A Political Bestiary (1978), The American South: Four Seasons of the Land (1980), and The American South: Towns and Cities (1982); audio tapes of Agronsky and Company (1981-1985); and video cassette (1982) relating to Vietnam War Memorial, Washington, D.C. Topics include federal bureaucracy, big business, conservation, conservatism, constitutional interpretation, crime, the economy, education, presidential elections of 1976, 1980, and 1984, energy, Equal Rights Amendment, health care, labor, laetrile, legal services, nuclear power, politics, postal service, race relations, the Supreme Court, taxation, veterans, and welfare
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, diaries, deeds, estate papers, business records, certificates, burial records, and other papers, relating to Noble, other family members, and Goodrow and Leary relatives. Includes three letters from Samuel Hampton (d. 1864), a Union soldier serving in Maryland and Washington, D.C., detailing Army life and expressing his appreciation for Noble's assistance during the time of the death of Hampton's child; information concerning fruit cookery and plum puddings; and diary (1919) of Noble's son, Frederick A. Noble (1866-1925), describing his father's death
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Primarily incoming and outgoing correspondence (1882-1905) documenting Ward's paleobotanical research and his work as honorary curator of U.S. National Museum Dept. of Fossil Plants and letters concerning his official duties with the U.S. Geological Survey; together with a small amount of correspondence (1903-1926) of Ward's assistant and colleague Frank Hall Knowlton and ephemera. Correspondence concerns the acquisition and identification of specimens, preparation and publication of scientific mss., and field work and expeditions. Correspondents include Arthur Hollick, Leo Lesquereux, and John Strong Newberry
Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Discusses activities of her organization in the fields of discriminatory housing, biased employment, and police-community relations. No tape available. Interviewers: Katherine Shannon and Robert Wright
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
The collection includes material related to the Grant family; Grant's articles, speeches and correspondence; papers connected with organizations in which Grant was active; and topical reference files. The earliest item in the collection dates from the 1860s, but there are scant items from the nineteenth century, and most material dates from the 1920s to the 1960s
George Washington University Library
Correspondence, administrative and committee records, financial records, publications, audiotapes, photos, and other records
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Records for Lot 828 in Square 100 (2016 M St. NW), 2136 K St. NW, and other properties, primarily on K St. NW or Pennsylvania Ave. NW. Includes deed of indenture for 2136 K St. NW and related newspaper clipping, 1897; deeds of trust for Lot 23 in Square 100, 1925 and 1934; handwritten notes on Pennsylvania Ave. NW and K St. NW property sales, 1949-1959; letters from John R. Lynch of Woodward and Norris Realtors and Jon R. Moore, president of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at 2136-2138 K St. NW, regarding repairs and the rental agreement, 1962; Stone's Legal Record, 8 October 1964 issue; photocopies of letters from the George Washington Circle Associates and American Security Corporation regarding sites at Washington Circle (1968); tax notices and receipts pertaining to the above-mentioned properties and to Lots 810, 811, 815, and 816 in Square 74, various dates
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Diaries (1859-1868) written as a student at Columbian College, Washington, D.C.; pen and ink originals and lithographic copies of political cartoons drawn chiefly for the Washington Post; illustrations for Civil War stories; scrapbooks of sketches; clippings of newspaper articles illustrated by Coffin; and articles published about Coffin after his death
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Organizational records (1961-1999) consist of articles of incorporation, advisory board and committee minutes, correspondence, programs, reports, directories, news clippings, financial records, new clippings, press releases, and photographs. The advisory board was a group of volunteers separate from the regular board, which was comprised of professionals. There was no hierarchy to the various committees, and the creation of the separate coordinating, steering, and evaluation committees was made at the suggestion of D.C. public schools officials. The series is arranged by document type and then chronologically
Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington
Includes letter to Hartogensis (16 Nov. 1904) confirming her appointment as a teacher in the D.C. public schools at $500 annual salary; letter to Hartogensis (3 Oct. 1930) at the Emery-Eckington School confirming her transfer from grade 5 to grade 6, effective Sept. 1, 1930; letter dated 30 June 1947 to Hartogensis confirming Board of Education approval for her retirement effective June 30, 1947; statement from the Washington, D.C. Office of the Auditor, showing monthly annuity, total deductions from salary and accrued interest (23 July 1947); and letter dated 25 July 1947 informing her of her monthly annuity


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