DCCA. DC Community Archives
Found in 145 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of correspondence, programs, newsletters, meeting minutes, resolutions, and other materials related to the Friendship Citizens Association of Washington, D.C. The construction of a new D.C. Public Library branch in the Tenley-Friendship neighborhood was of particular interest to the Association.
This collection contains undated photographs of floods in the D.C. area; photographs of the King of England’s visit to D.C. in 1939; inauguration parade, ball, and ceremony materials from 1953 and 1957; White House News Photographers Association programs from 1947-1957; and a handful of historic editions of the Washington Star.
The collection contains performance programs, playbills, flyers, press releases, newspaper clippings, musical scores, correspondence, and administrative records primarily of the Greg Reynolds Quintet. Also included are correspondence, memorabilia, and other personal items of Gregory Reynolds.
This collection includes publications, photos, and letters that pertain to Alice Hagermeyer’s advocacy for deaf people and libraries.
This collection contains Washington Post reporter Martha McNeil Hamilton’s research notes and articles pertaining to the fight for D.C. home rule, as well as related items such as reports, clippings, government documents, hearing transcripts, correspondence and election results.
This collection consists of correspondence, notes, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, legal records, and legislative materials related to Loretta Carter Hanes’ work with Reading Is Fundamental and the problem with sewage and water pipe breaks in Washington, D.C.