The Special Collections Research Center at George Washington University’s Gelman Library seeks to “collect, preserve, and make accessible primary resources and rare or unique materials” to researchers around the world, regardless of academic or institutional affiliation. To better understand the Collections, begin with the short video on the homepage, which provides an overview of the center’s mission, philosophy, and current holdings. The American Labor History collection is particularly noteworthy. Not only does the collection include political cartoons and memos from the labor and civil rights movements in its assortment, but a handy Labor History topic page is provided for searching facilitation. Next, take a look at Access and Use for information on how to request materials. The Collections page conveniently lists the scope of the Collections by category, including Washingtoniana, American Labor History, and many others. 


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