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Monuments

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

The Mentor and The Burr McIntosh Monthly periodicals collection

 Collection
Identifier: L257
Scope and Contents This collection includes publications ranging from 1908 to 1932, including The Mentor magazine from The Mentor Association in New York City, New York (1907, 1918); The Burr McIntosh Monthly from New York City (1908), and the printed guide to the George Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia (1932), regarding photography, popular culture, theatre, films, and numerous educational disciplines, such as science, the arts, history, travel, nature, and literature.

The Vietnam Women's Memorial Project, Inc. collection

 Collection — Box 3
Identifier: L548
Scope and Contents The collection contains materials pertaining to the mission of the The Vietnam Women's Memorial Project, Inc., ranging from 1981 to 1990. Included are financial records, public relation and fundraising activities, and volunteering information. The collection also contains materials relating to Theodora Brown, the former executive director. There is also information from her daily journals, personal correspondence, and employment, as well as newspaper clippings, brochures, photographs, and four...

Theodore Stempfel collection

 Collection — Folder S1246
Identifier: S1246
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a 42-page manuscript written by Theodore Stempfel circa 1935 regarding the two German sculptors, Karl Bitter and Rudolf Schwarz, the creators of the Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Indianapolis, Indiana, whom he knew personally. Eberhard Reichmann edited this manuscript for publication in 2002 for publication on the 100th anniversary of the monument's dedication.

Washington National Monument Society certificate

 Collection — Folder S1289
Identifier: S1289
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a certificate from the Washington National Monument Society circa 1848, indicating that George Teal contributed one dollar to help erect the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. and his membership to the society. The certificate was signed by Zachary Taylor, president of the society.