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GWU Publications (Internet Archive)

Official publications of George Washington University, Columbia College, Mount Vernon, and the other schools and programs that today constitute the University. 

GWU Student Publications (Internet Archive)

Publications of the students of George Washington University, along with the historical schools and colleges that have merged with it. 

Corcoran Images (Flickr)

Sample of images from the vast photographic materials in the archives of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and Corcoran College of Art + Design. For more information, please consult the preliminary guide to the Corcoran photographic archives

Corcoran Documents (Internet Archive)

Selected documents from the archives of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and Corcoran College of Art + Design. For more information, please consult the collection inventories for the Corcoran.

Winston Churchill Engagement Diaries (Internet Archive)

Daily activities and appointments of Winston Churchill during World War II, as recorded in his monthly engagement diaries (calendars), September 1939 through June 1945.

International Brotherhood of Teamsters records, 1905-1952 (DSpace @ GW)

International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen, and Helpers of America records, including correspondence files of the executive office from 1904-1952, with the majority the material originating in the 1940s. Included with the correspondence are reports, minutes, clippings, transcripts of government hearings and decisions, legal briefs, and copies of local union by-laws. The material details the union's initial struggles for existence and unity, its jurisdictional disputes, growth in membership and influence, changes in organizing and bargaining techniques and in the trucking and transportation industries, and the increasing strength and political involvement of the labor movement nationally.

Washington, DC Statehood Constitutional Convention records (Internet Archive)

Transcript of the District of Columbia Statehood Constitution Convention, February 9, 1982 to May 29, 1982

Marion Barry 1978 Campaign Oral History Project (Internet Archive)

Oral histories (audio, transcripts, video) of people involved in the Marion Barry campaign for mayor in 1978, conducted between 2015 and 2018

Washington Metro Oral History Project (Internet Archive)

Oral histories (audio, transcripts) conducted by Dr. Zachary Schrag, a professor at George Mason University, as research for his dissertation on the history of WMATA

National Education Association Oral Histories (Internet Archive)

Oral histories conducted by Vakil Smallen, between January 19th and May 5th, 2017

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Oral Histories (Internet Archive)

Oral histories (audio, transcripts) conducted by Jerome Barrett beginning in 1983. Among those interviewed are numerous former FMCS directors. Interview topics include biographical information, the organization and operation of the FMCS, and personal accounts of important labor disputes, including the U.S. Postal Strike of 1970.

Politico-George Washington University Battleground Poll (DSpace @ GW)

The George Washington University Battleground Poll is a collaborative bi-partisan survey produced by Republican strategist Ed Goeas of The Tarrance Group and Democrat Celinda Lake of Lake Snell Perry and Associates. This national polling program is unique to the industry, in that it offers the distinct perspectives of two top pollsters from different sides of the aisle. Battleground Polls are conducted, not for the benefit of any paying client, but to give the public a look at Americans' opinions and an inside peek at strategic recommendations for both political parties.

Timothy Vedder Letters (Internet Archive)

Timothy Vedder was a Union soldier from New York, stationed at Camp Douglas in Washington, D.C. and at Arlington Heights, Va. The collection contains holograph letters signed to family members in New York and Connecticut. Describes Washington, including brief mention of Columbian College (now George Washington University); drills and training; frequent illness of soldiers; retreat of Union soldiers from 1st Battle of Bull Run; and guarding house of brother of James T. Jackson, killer of E.E. Ellsworth, first Union casuality of war.

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