DCCA. DC Community Archives
Found in 145 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of records that document the Ministry and life of Charles L. McCollough, Pastor of the United House of Prayer. Documents include: clippings, correspondence, speeches, sermons, meeting minutes and agendas, youth program information, certificates and awards, and photographs.
Consists of meeting minutes (1949-1965) and correspondence of the Michigan Park Citizens Association. It also contains a scrapbook of photographs, letters, and other memorabilia about the Michigan Park Garden Club (1951-1973).
The collection includes yearbooks, club bulletins, invitations to club events, notices of club meetings, clippings, and a scrapbook containing correspondence, clippings, invitations, and event programs.
Records from the Mount Pleasant Neighbors Association extend from August 5, 1959 to August 24, 1964. The collection contains, primarily, correspondence, testimonials, membership guidelines, and information about club activities and campaigns. Records for the non-profit, Historic Mount Pleasant, cover the years 1985 through 1996. Items in the collection include membership guidelines and information on the Mount Pleasant Revolving Loan Funds.
The records consist of trustee minutes, programs, advertisements, press releases, clippings, biographical files, promotional materials, and scrapbooks regarding the promotion and administration of the National Ballet. The collection also contains musical scores, hanging plots, stage directions, board studies, set designs, videotapes, audiotapes, microforms, and photographs which document its artistic work. The records are arranged into 12 series.
The collection includes budgets, financial statements, membership information, newsletters, handbooks, conference materials, annual reports, and meeting minutes from the National Capital Area Chapter American Society for Public Administration’s office files and past officers of the Society.
This collection consists of correspondence, speeches, invitations, parking passes, sheet music, clippings, and photographs related to the history and raising of the National Christmas Tree, as well as items from the Christmas Pageant of Peace, which began in 1954.
The collection consists of yearbooks and programs.