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New France 1745 (reproduction)

 Collection — Object: 1
Identifier: Map-0013

Map shows North America from the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean, and north of the Tropic of Cancer. Contains a detail inset of the Mississippi River delta, immediately along the Gulf of Mexico. Additionally, contains a detail map and cityscape of Quebec City. Date for reproduction is not printed on the map.

Dates: 1745

Partie de l'Amerique Septentrionale, qui comprend le Cours De l'Ohio, la Nouvelle Angleterre, la Nouvelle York, le New Jersey, la Pensylvanie, le Maryland, la Virginie, la Caroline

 Collection — Object: 1
Identifier: Map-0017

Map contains an inset that continues the mapping of South Carolina. map evidently removed from a bound volume. Paper contains a watermark of what appears to be a birdhouse.

Dates: c. 1750

Silvia Paun Architectural Collection

Identifier: Ms-1991-057

The Silvia Paun Architectural Collection includes photographs of structures Paun designed, letters and biographical information as well as writings by her and about her work, including her books.

Dates: 1966 - 2003

Judith (Dita) Roque-Gourary Architectural Collection

Identifier: Ms-2011-074

Born in 1915 in St. Petersburg, Russia; Architect and founder of the Union of Women Architects in Belgium. Studied in Germany and Austria before emigrating to Belgium at the onset of World War II. She specialized in remodels of 19th century residences. Outspoken advocate for women in the profession. Collection consist of drawings, personal journals, business records, as well as published articles about the Union of Women Architects of Belgium and Roque-Gourary.

Dates: 1926 - 1981

Slaveship "Elizabeth" Records

Identifier: Ms-1974-001

The Slaveship "Elizabeth" Records contain six manuscript pages concerning the trafficking of 324 guinea enslaved persons to M. de Fleurian by Captain Audebert of the Navire l'Elizabet de la Rochelle in St. Dominique in 1750. The pages also concern the sale of indigo and unrefined sugar. They are written in French and cover the period 7 April to 5 June 1750.

Dates: 1750

Elise Sundt Architectural Collection

Identifier: Ms-1984-183

Elise Sundt (1928- ) was an architect in Vienna, Austria. She studied at the Technical University of Vienna, graduating with a diploma in Architecture in 1952. Sundt’s collection includes professional papers, publications, and documentation of exhibits from her professional career. Materials range in date from 1972-1988.

Dates: 1972 - 1988

Marjorie Rhodes Townsend Papers

Identifier: Ms-1986-003
Abstract Marjorie Rhodes Townsend (1930-2015) was the first women to earn an engineering degree at George Washington University, receiving her Bachelor of Electrical Engineering in 1951. After eight years at the Naval Research Laboratory, she moved to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s Goddard Space Flight Center in 1959, where she worked until 1980. Townsend was project manager for three Small Astronomy Satellites (SAS, 1966-1975) and for Applications Explorer Missions...
Dates: 1960-1994, n.d.

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