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Black Nurses Association of Greater Washington, DC Area, Inc.

 Collection
Identifier: 122
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of awards, correspondence, membership data, miscellaneous items, organization finances, organization memorabilia, photographs, plaques, and printed materials.

Dates: 1971 - 2007

Frank E. Braxton Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 146
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of materials collected by Frank E. Braxton, Sr. Materials include clippings, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, and 3D materials including license plates and campaign buttons.

Dates: 1900-1918; 1944-2012; undated

Burrows Family Papers

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Identifier: PBY032
Scope and Contents This collection consists of bills and receipts paid by various members of the Burrows family. The majority were paid by Alexander Burrows (ca. 1785-1862) between 1820 and 1857, while the rest were paid by Mary V. Burrows (ca. 1827-1901) and Jane Burrows between 1866 and 1901. Mary V. Burrows may be the daughter-in-law of Alexander Burrows. Various spellings of the Burrows surname include Burris and Burroughs. Correspondence includes an 1853 document outlining the preamble and...
Dates: 1820 - 1907

Josephine Butler Papers

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Identifier: 134
Abstract Josephine Butler co-founded the D.C. Statehood Movement with Julius Hobson. She was a staunch proponent of city parks and recreation places for families, children and communities throughout the city. Butler’s work led to the desegregation of city schools, establishment of safe spaces for children, and the development health care reform. The Josephine Butler Papers document Butler's career as a community activist and contain subject files on organizations she was involved with and causes she...
Dates: 1965-2006

Beatrice Murphy Campbell Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 123
Scope and Contents This collection consists of Beatrice Murphy Campbell’s biographical information; correspondence; photographs; documents related to her community involvement and service with organizations and government agencies; and speeches and testimonies. The collection is divided into eight series: 1. Biographical, 2. Correspondence, 3. Organizations, 4. Speeches and testimony, 5. Clippings and newsletters, 6. Awards, 7. Miscellaneous, and 8. Photographs. Series 3 is divided into four sub-series: 1....
Dates: 1979-1989, undated

Capital Bicycle Club Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 057
Scope and Contents The collection contains items of the Capital Bicycle Club dating from 1880 to 1929, and includes 126 photographs, two scrapbooks, and five record books. The photographs are of the Club’s events including the 5th Annual League of American Wheelman Races on May 20, 1884 and Herbert S. “Bert” Owen’s Birthday Run on May 7, 1888. Also included are member portraits from the 1880’s by professional photography studios and founding member Max Hansmann cyanotype images. The two scrapbooks span the...
Dates: 1880-1929

Capital Children's Museum - "Changing Communication in the Family" Oral History Project

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: OHP007
Scope and Contents

in 1983, the Capital Children's Museum in Washington, D.C., conducted approximately 39 oral history interviews with adults over 60 years of age. The project focused om the childhood experiences of the interviewees. Topics also includes general life experiences and historical milestones. The project's director was Tom Lane and adolescents conducted the interviews.

Dates: 1983

Capitol Hill History Club Programs Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 094
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of 28 Capitol Hill History Club annual programs.

Dates: 1920-1954

Capitol Hill Symphony Society Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 080
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of correspondence, memos, by-laws, photographs, programs, meeting minutes, and press releases related to the Capitol Hill Symphony Society. The majority of the materials were created in 1964, although the dates range from 1962 to 1965.

Dates: 1962-1965

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Atwood, Albert W. (Albert William), 1879-1975 1
BYT Media Inc. 1
Bachrach Studios 1
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Bateman, Grace 1
Beacon College (Leesburg, Fla.) 1
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Berryman, Clifford Kennedy, 1869-1949 1
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Black in Space 1
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Connolly, Cynthia 1
Cook, Verla R. 1
Cooke, Paul P. 1
Cooper, Margaret 1
Council of Jewish Women (U.S.) 1
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Eistophos Science Club 1
Ellis, Sarah E. 1
Emergency Committee on the Transportation Crisis 1
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Evening Star Newspaper Co.. Washington Star, The 1
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Faul, Jan W., 1945- 1
Federation of Citizens Associations of the District of Columbia 1
Fenning, Karl, 1881-1963 1
Figall, Frederick 1
First Capital Realty (Firm) 1
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Foxall family 1
Foy, MacKenzie River, 1997- 1
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Frank, Madeline Harriet 1
Friday Morning Music Club (Washington, D.C.) 1
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George Washington University. Center for Washington Area Studies 1
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