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Forman H. Craton - 1938 - 1939 - Diary

This memoir is the autobiography of a man whose entire career from college graduation to retirement was spent working in one of the giants of American industry, the General Electric Company. His life spanned more than three quarters of the twentieth century and the detail in which it has been recorded provides much scattered historical, cultural, social and economic information about the period.

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Forman H. Craton - 1939 - Diary

This memoir is the autobiography of a man whose entire career from college graduation to retirement was spent working in one of the giants of American industry, the General Electric Company. His life spanned more than three quarters of the twentieth century and the detail in which it has been recorded provides much scattered historical, cultural, social and economic information about the period.

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Forman H. Craton - 1940 - Diary

This memoir is the autobiography of a man whose entire career from college graduation to retirement was spent working in one of the giants of American industry, the General Electric Company. His life spanned more than three quarters of the twentieth century and the detail in which it has been recorded provides much scattered historical, cultural, social and economic information about the period.

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Frank Kameny Note 2, Georgia to Missouri

In the 1950s Franklin Kameny, early gay civil rights activist and the co-founder of the Washington, D.C. chapter of the Mattachine Society, began keeping a series of notebooks detailing gay-friendly establishments throughout the United States.

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Frank Kameny Note 4, Ohio to Tennessee

In the 1950s Franklin Kameny, early gay civil rights activist and the co-founder of the Washington, D.C. chapter of the Mattachine Society, began keeping a series of notebooks detailing gay-friendly establishments throughout the United States.

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Scurlock Studio Session Register 1928-1935

Addison Scurlock and his sons spent much of the twentieth century photographing leaders, luminaries, and local Washingtonians. From the original Scurlock Studio on U Street to the Custom Craft Studio and the Capitol School of Photography, the Scurlocks' imagery was viewed and shared by thousands of people. Help the Archives Center at the National Museum of Natural History create more understanding of their practice by transcribing these ledgers which include client numbers and names arranged in broadly alphabetic order.

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