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# Title Date(s) Date(s) Creator Contributor(s) Description Description Collection ID Hagley ID Collection
1 1976-1977 directory of visiting lecturers and research scholars in the United States under the Mutual Educational Exchange Program (Fulbright-Hays Act), Directory of visiting lecturers and research scholars 1976 Council for International Exchange of Scholars 08029736_visiting_1976 Hagley Library Published Collections
2 1980-81 directory of visiting Fulbright scholars : university lecturing and advanced research in the United States, Directory of visiting Fulbright scholars 1980 Council for International Exchange of Scholars 08029734_visiting_1980 Hagley Library Published Collections
3 68th Congress of American Industry (December 1963) 1963-12-04, 1963-12-04~ National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) (originator), Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (New York, N.Y.) (event place) National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) 1973418_019_18_001 National Association of Manufacturers
4 68th Congress of American Industry (December 1963) 1963-12-04, 1963-12-04~ National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) (originator), Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (New York, N.Y.) (event place) National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) 1973418_019_18_002 National Association of Manufacturers
5 Advance (Spring, 1960) 1960 Ken White Associates, Inc. (originator), White, Kenneth M., 1923- (former owner) Ken White Associates, Inc. records (Accession 2377) LMSS_2377_01A_002_01 Ken White Associates, Inc. records
6 Agnes Scott College 1939-05-05 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_11181 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
7 Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia 1939-05-05 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) View is southeast to northwest.
J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_11099 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
8 Alcoa Engineering Jobs 1968 Aluminum Company of America (originator) Speech to college seniors about careers in engineering.
Marshall B. Johnson research collection of industrial design and housewares (Accession 2268) AUD_2268_B01_ID01 Marshall B. Johnson research collection of industrial design and housewares
9 Alice Belin's room at Bryn Mawr College 1890-05 Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 (former owner) P.S. du Pont Longwood photograph collection (Accession 1969.002) 1969_2_0633 P.S. du Pont Longwood photographs
10 Alice in Wonderland, freshman play, Bryn Mawr College 1888-10-25 Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 (former owner) Handwritten on verso: 'Court scene. Alice: Ethel Parrish, Lobster: Alice Belin.'
P.S. du Pont Longwood photograph collection (Accession 1969.002) 1969_2_0627 P.S. du Pont Longwood photographs
11 Alice in Wonderland, freshman play, Bryn Mawr College 1888-10-25 Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 (former owner) Mad tea party
P.S. du Pont Longwood photograph collection (Accession 1969.002) 1969_2_0628 P.S. du Pont Longwood photographs
12 Americade Exposition (October 1956) 1956-10-24 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) (originator), (event place), Koch, Raymond (depicted), Munce, Marshall G. (depicted) National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) 1973418_015_08_007 National Association of Manufacturers
13 The American adventure: A look at Capitalism 1955 National Education Program (Sponsor), Benson, George S. (George Stuart), 1898-1991 (Director), Ganus, Dr. Clifton L., Jr., 1922- (Teacher), Fotovox, Inc. (Producer) A group of college students is instructed by Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr. about the three pillars of Capitalism (private property, profit, open market), and why the capitalist system is superior to Communism and Socialism. Presented by the National Education Program Workshop at Harding College.
National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) FILM_1973418_FC115 National Association of Manufacturers
14 The American adventure: A look at Communism 1955 National Education Program (Sponsor), Benson, George S. (George Stuart), 1898-1991 (Director), Ganus, Clifton L., Jr., 1922-2019 (Teacher), Fotovox, Inc. (Producer) A group of college students is instructed by Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr. about Communism. Three fundamental communist ideas are presented (dialectical materialism, economic determinism, atheism), and there is discussion of an international communist conspiracy. Calls upon students to combat Communism. Presented by the National Education Program Workshop at Harding College. 
National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) FILM_1973418_FC116 National Association of Manufacturers
15 The American adventure: America's distribution of wealth 1955 A group of college students is instructed by Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr. on Capitalism and the American economic system. Dr. Ganus argues that Capitalism is morally right because its fundamental principles follow God's laws and the teachings of the Bible, allowing for a wide distribution of wealth in the United States. Presented by the National Education Program Workshop at Harding College.
National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) FILM_1973418_FC14 National Association of Manufacturers
16 The American adventure: Secret of American production 1955 National Education Program (Sponsor), Benson, George S. (George Stuart), 1898-1991 (Director), Ganus, Clifton L., Jr., 1922-2019 (Teacher), Fotovox, Inc. (Producer) A group of college students is instructed by Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr. on the American way of life (belief in God, constitutional government, private ownership economic system), and how postwar prosperity lies in each person's ability to work, dream, compete, advance, and invest freely. Examines capital investment, explaining its significance to the American economy, and uses a short animation to compare the value of labor in Asia versus the United States. Presented by the National Education...
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A group of college students is instructed by Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr. on the American way of life (belief in God, constitutional government, private ownership economic system), and how postwar prosperity lies in each person's ability to work, dream, compete, advance, and invest freely. Examines capital investment, explaining its significance to the American economy, and uses a short animation to compare the value of labor in Asia versus the United States. Presented by the National Education Program Workshop at Harding College.
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National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) FILM_1973418_FC15 National Association of Manufacturers
17 The American adventure: Why kill the goose? 1955 A group of college students is instructed by Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr. on the importance of corporate profits to the American economy. Dr. Ganus compares the profit system in America to a goose that lays golden eggs, arguing that it must be protected and nurtured, not undermined by socialists and communists. Presented by the National Education Program Workshop at Harding College.
National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) FILM_1973418_FC16 National Association of Manufacturers
18 Annie Keister to Nora Edwards, 1917-01-14 1917-01-14 Keister, Annie Edwards, 1867-1945 (correspondent), Edwards, Nora C. (correspondent), Edwards Skirt Supporter Company (associated name) In a letter to her sister, Keister writes that she is glad Edwards has sold out part of her business. Along with other family updates, she mentions that her sons are running a horse radish business and that her son, Arthur, wants to go to college but will stay home for a year after graduation. Keister writes that she would like to visit Edwards but cannot anticipate an opportunity in the near future.
Nora C. Edwards papers (Accession 2036) 2036_01_13_09 Nora C. Edwards papers
19 Athletic field at Villanova University 1932-12-01 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_07564 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
20 Beacom Business Colleges at East 10th Street and King Street in Wilmington, Delaware 1915 E. S. R. Butler & Son (Wilmington, Del.) (publisher), Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 (former owner) P.S. du Pont Longwood photograph collection (Accession 1969.002) 1969_2_D8B1_020 P.S. du Pont Longwood photographs
21 Beaver College after snowfall 1934-03-13 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_07867 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
22 Beaver College, May Day Exercise 1940-05-11 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_12971 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
23 Blacksmith Shop at Delaware State College in Dover, Del. 1920 Schwarz, Leonard (photographer), Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 (former owner) P.S. du Pont Longwood photograph collection (Accession 1969.002) 1969_2_D6B2_16 P.S. du Pont Longwood photographs
24 'Blue Chip Interiors' article 1956-01 Ken White Associates, Inc. (associated name), White, Kenneth M., 1923- (former owner), Domestic Engineering Company (publisher) Ken White Associates, Inc. records (Accession 2377) LMSS_2377_01A_OS01_01 Ken White Associates, Inc. records
25 Boston University bookstore 1983 Ken White Associates, Inc.et al White, Kenneth M., 1923- (former owner) Ken White Associates, Inc. records (Accession 2377) LMSS_2377_02_OS47_01 Ken White Associates, Inc. records

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