Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
This is an interview with Aliza Leventhal, a private citizen who documented the Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence in 2020 and later became professionally involved as a librarian and archivist in preserving the artifacts of the Fence in 2021.
This collection includes annual reports, correspondence, by-laws, D.C. Special Library Association constitutions (1940-1966), maps, biographical information, a procedures manual, photographs, and planning reports. It also contains records of committee work, member groups, and editions of the chapter newsletter Notes.
The papers of the District of Columbia Library Association consist of approximately 16 linear feet of material documenting the activities of this organization from its inception in 1894 to the present day. Material includes minutes, financial records, correspondence, handbooks, publicity materials, organization publications and photographs.
This collection includes publications, photos, and letters that pertain to Alice Hagermeyer’s advocacy for deaf people and libraries.