Found in 176 Collections and/or Records:
This subseries contains correspondence, scheduling materials and meeting notes for Mikulski and her staff, travel records, political planning materials, and administrative files associated with Mikulski's office operations in Washington, DC and state offices. Examples of material that may be found in this subseries include staff manuals, "NAV" folders prepared to brief Mikulski for events and meetings, staff memos, form letters, and constituent correspondence.
Carl F. (Finley) Christ (1923-2017) was an American economist and a Professor Emeritus of Economics at Johns Hopkins University. This collection contains his administrative files, teaching materials, writings, correspondence, and research subject files. The papers span from 1931 to 2006.
A collection of material produced by the Chile solidarity movement in the U.S. following the 1973 CIA-backed military coup that replaced Salvador Allende’s Unidad Popular government with a military dictatorship led by General Augusto Pinochet. The majority of items come from the Washington, DC chapter of Non-Intervention in Chile (NICH) and the National Coordinating Center in Solidarity with Chile. Materials contain flyers, newsletters, pamphlets, and press clippings.
"Congressional Committee Report on What Happened When Schools Were Integrated in Washington, D. C." pamphlet, circa 1957
An anti-integration pamphlet produced by the Educational Fund of the Citizens' Councils. It claims that white flight is the outcome of school integration and that integration required schools to lower educational standards and introduced problems with crime, delinquency, sexual activity, and "the curtailment of normal social activities." The authors include racist stereotypes that claim Black students are hypersexual and have lower intelligence than white students.
This collection consists of menstrual information booklets produced by sanitary product and cosmetic/pharmaceutical companies between 1933 and 1969. The majority of the booklets were produced by the Kimberly-Clark Corporation and Johnson & Johnson to advertise menstrual products and provide information about menstruation, reproductive health, and feminine hygiene.
This collection contains booklets, pamphlets, die-cuts, paper dolls, transformation cards, and other ephemeral materials advertising corset and bustle fashions in the 1880s. There is no specific creator information because this holding includes an assortment of creators: manufacturers, printers, and clothing companies.