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The records consist of financial information, correspondence, meeting minutes, internal memoranda, resolutions, directories, reports, resolutions, and clippings maintained by the Federation of Citizens Association of the District of Columbia. Major topics covered include city planning and zoning, historical preservation, election law, D.C. government budgets, transportation, and crime.
The collection consists of personal and professional correspondence, professional publications, clippings, genealogical and biographical information, memorabilia and family photographs. The materials are divided into four series: Professional Papers, Personal Papers, Photographs, and Ephemera.
Archived websites for Fire and Ink, a GLBTQ advocacy organization for writers of African descent.
Collection consists of one (1) photograph album containing 108 images. Some images have brief inscriptions as to their content, but many of the locations and people in the photos are unidentified. Subjects of the photographs include unidentified family members and friends of the creator, a trip to Colonial Beach, and boating on the Potomac River. There are several images of members of the DC National Guard and several of Cornell University.
This collection consists of photos, clippings, correspondence, and a copy of the Washington College handbook, as well as a diary titled The College Girl’s Record, which includes images, clippings, invitations, and Madeline Frank’s impressions of Washington College and her classmates.
The collection contains administrative records, music scores, performance history, and general memorabilia of the Composers’ Group of the Friday Morning Music Club.
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.