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George Washington University "Evolution of Washington's Italian Community, 1890-1980" Oral History Project
These files cover all subjects related to Georgetown--social, economic, cultural, recreational, political, and historical.
The Go-Go Museum & Café and partners collected 11 oral histories, produced two go-go concerts, and organized a major conference on go-go: “Go-Go Preservation Week 2021” in collaboration with the Traditional Arts DC project at Howard University. The Go-Go-Preservation Week panel discussions, concerts, and oral history collections.
This is an artificially created collection of materials related to Go-Go music and the Go-Go music community. Materials include live and studio recordings of Go-Go performances; periodicals and article clippings about Go-Go performers, music, and culture; academic works regarding Go-Go; and ephemera related to Go-Go music and performances.
This collection includes websites covering the history and current events of the Go-Go scene in Washington, D.C.
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.
Collection of files assembled by donor while serving as an Georgetown activist in between the years 1989 and 2001. Box list categories devised by donor.
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.