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Exhibit and Collection Catalogs

Special Collections has available for purchase several of its printed guides and exhibit catalogs. These professionally printed guides contain both the collections' aesthetics and a bibliography of items, and function as both souvenir and research guide.

To purchase any item, send a check made out to "George Washington University" for the total amount to:

Special Collections Research Center
The Gelman Library
2130 H Street, NW
Suite 704
Washington, DC 20052
Attn: Jenny Kinniff, Public Services Librarian

Available Publications

Africana Research Center Bibliography

The SCRC collects and preserves materials about the African Diaspora, the movement of Africans and their descendants to places throughout the world. The ARC is gradually developing a collection to support research on this experience through the 20th century. These collections are intended to document the African, African American and Caribbean experiences in Washington, DC through cultural, spiritual, and artistic expressions; social organizations; and political representation. Cost: $5.00


Queerly Visible: the Work of Joan E. Biren, 1971-1991

A booklet to accompany the physical exhibit at Gelman Libary, Fall 1997. The retrospective chronicles Ms. Biren's career path from political activist to photographer, and her transition from photography to video documentarian of gay and lesbian experiences and culture. Cost: $5.00


The Foggy Bottom Collection

Focusing on the SCRC's Foggy Bottom Collection, the neighborhood surrounding the George Washington University. Cost: $1.00


Shall We Dance? Selections from the Dance Archives of the Greater Washington Region

A pamphlet to accompany the exhibit displayed April 26 - December 21, 2001 at the Gelman Library.  The exhibit focuses on the history and growth of GWU Dance Program, displaying video performances and other collection materials. Further information is available in the collection's finding aid. Cost: $1.00

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