Statehood (American politics)
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
A team created by the Washington Times (reporters Rupert Welch and Isaiah J. Poole) conducted a total of 18 oral history interviews as part of a five-part series dealing with home rule. There are no transcripts for this project.
The collection contains clippings and alphabetically arranged office files maintained by the League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia to document its activities. Topics in the records cover primarily local D.C. political issues, but also national and international concerns of the National League of Women Voters. The records are divided into two series: topical files and clippings.
This is the fourth session of a life history interview with Cosby Hunt, a career educator, native Washingtonian, and creator of Real World History. In this interview Cosby Hunt discusses returning to Washington, D.C., after finishing graduate school at the University of Georgia, his teaching career at Bell Multicultural High School (1997-2010), and his family life, including how he met his wife and how they named their two sons.
Collection consists of materials related to the personal, professional, and political life of Samuel H. “Sam” Smith. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence, both personal and professional, and copies of his numerous writings, excluding his four published books. Additional materials include military and educational records, photographs, ephemera, subject files, materials related to various organizations, and audio visual items.