Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The papers of Albert J. Headley consist of 5.75 linear feet of materials dealing almost exclusively with the issue of urban development. The materials span the years 1945 to 1976, with the bulk of the items dating from 1955 to 1968. There are a few documents related to Headley’s activities in the local Catholic Church and several hand-drawn family trees. Headley collected the majority of materials. Community groups such as the National Conference of Catholic Charities, Downtown Progress,...
Scope and Contents The collection contains clippings and alphabetically arranged office files maintained by the League 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.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 86 packages of strip negatives. Some packages contained multiple negatives bringing the total number of strip negatives to 97. The strip negatives contain between one and seven images, which brings the total number of images in the collection to 372. According to the hand written note, the donation of the negatives occurred shortly after the publication of her third book, Washington: Portrait of the Capital (1972, Barre Publishers). After processing the collection it...
Scope and Contents This collection consists mainly of clippings and programs relating to Howard University in the 1920s and 1930s. Also included are postcards of the Biltmore Hotel and a black establishment in Durham, North Carolina. Other materials of Ms. Price are at Howard University.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of clippings, pamphlets, promotional materials, and organizational information. The materials are divided into two series: Clippings and Pamphlets & Publications.
Scope and Contents The papers which cover Mrs. Ziegler’s career as an educator of the mentally retarded at the District Training School in Laurel, Maryland which later became Forest Haven School. Papers covering Mrs. Zeigler include photographs of activities and events at the school, publications regarding the training of the mentally retarded, press releases, programs, a newsletter, correspondence, awards, published books, and certificates. Also of particular importance are seven scrapbooks of clippings,...