The Special Collections Research Center at GW Libraries will partner with the CCAS Africana Studies Department and archives throughout the city to document the African American experience in Washington DC thanks to a $496,000 grant. Learn more about the D.C Africana Archives Project (DCAAP), a collaborative initiative to document African American and African diaspora culture, history and politics in D.C.and the Council on Libraries and Information grant funding it in the GW Today article.
All Mason Libraries are open at 10:00am today, January 3, 2014.
Marymount-Ft. Belvoir Elementary School Partnership: Sixth Graders to Have Radio Contact with International Space Station
Esther Bubley was an American photographer known for capturing images of everyday life and ordinary people. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Frick Art & Historical Center and the Library of Congress. You can find more information about her life and work
Special Collections is pleased to announce the opening of the D.C.
Rescued from the digital depths of the Gelman website, the Special Collections Research Center has reformatted and spruced up our 2003 online exhibit, "The President's Physician: The Life and Legacy of Dr.
In today's hyper-partisan political environment, it can be difficult to remember a time when Democrats and Republicans worked togethe