Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:
The materials include meeting minutes; correspondence; congressional testimony; by-laws; pamphlets; a history of the Home Rule Committee; political pins and stickers; and clippings. Folders are arranged alphabetically by topic.
This collection consists of notes, clippings, research resources, correspondence, plat maps, and legal documents related to the citizens’ action group Don’t Tear It Down and the Homer Building (601 13th Street NW). Detailed results of research on the Homer Building are located in FF9 and FF10.
The papers include correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, reports, resolutions, and membership lists from the Federation of Citizens Associations, the Michigan Park Citizens Association, the National Gateway Citizens' Association, and the Northeast Council of Citizens’ Association. The papers also contain newspaper clippings and a photograph of Dr. Kane as a young man. The collection is arranged by Association or Organization name.
The items in this collection consist of correspondence, church bulletins and programs, a prayer book, and various early twentieth century ephemera.
The collection consists primarily of correspondence, in the form of emails, faxes, and letters. Additional materials include: reports, testimonies, maps, copies of deeds, and appraisals from both government agencies, and private citizens.
This collection consists of records that document the Ministry and life of Charles L. McCollough, Pastor of the United House of Prayer. Documents include: clippings, correspondence, speeches, sermons, meeting minutes and agendas, youth program information, certificates and awards, and photographs.
The Marya Annete McQuirter papers document McQuirter's research on African American history. Documents include research, subject, and organizational files, as well as correspondence, newspaper clippings,memorabilia, photographs, and research materials pertaining to McQuirter's dissertation.
This collection consists of correspondence, speeches, invitations, parking passes, sheet music, clippings, and photographs related to the history and raising of the National Christmas Tree, as well as items from the Christmas Pageant of Peace, which began in 1954.