What issues were on the minds of Northern Virginians during the beginning of the 1980s? A collection of public service broadcasts recorded by George Mason University’s GMU Radio offers some clues. “Frankly Speaking” was a series of weekly radio shows which featured discussions about current topics of interest. A recently-processed Continue Reading
Some of photojournalist/photohistorian Arthur E. Scott’s most fascinating subjects are United States Senators and Presidents, including Barry Goldwater, Gerald Ford, and Richard Nixon. Scott also documented the Washington, D.C. area’s most important landmarks, like the U.S. Capitol Building and Arlington National Cemetery. Check out the complete finding aid for the Continue Reading
Graduate student assistant Stacey Kniatt recently processed the French Communist Party poster collection. A finding aid is available here.
The finding aid for the Clive L. DuVal papers has been updated to include the full inventory. In addition to DuVal papers, graduate student assistant Eron Ackerman also completed the full inventory for the Virginians for Dulles records, an organization that DuVal participated in as a board member. Click here Continue Reading
One of our graduate student workers found this interesting document while processing the Francis J. McNamara papers. McNamara collected a large number of documents on Communism and Anti-Communism while working for the United States government in the 1950s, including this pamphlet from 1958. This pamphlet reveals the extent to which Continue Reading