Archives of the government of Hawaii (1790 to present), including documents on schools. http://hawaii.gov/dags/archives/about-usRead More
The HES Archives Committee has created these lists of archival resources from suggestions made by the HES membership. The Committee encourages members to continue to build on these resources by suggesting additional collections or archive sites. Please contact Mary Ann Dzuback, Archives Committee chair, at: firstname.lastname@example.org with your additions or suggestions.
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The Special Collections and Archives Department holds various collections.
The Social Change Collections began in 2009 and document select social movements, primarily in Georgia. Included are topics and activities such as community building, education policy, political campaigning, lobbying, strike action, student activism, civil and gender rights, anti-death penalty, homelessness, civil disobedience, social activism, and environmentalism.
The Georgia State University Archives hold collections related to university history. See for finding aids:
In addition, the Georgia State University Archives holds the Atlanta Education Association (AEA) records, 1905-1971, which consist of records of the Atlanta Education Association (AEA) and its predecessor organization, the Atlanta Public School Teachers Association (APSTA). The bulk of the records (1905-1967) relate to the APSTA while materials after 1967 pertain to the AEA. Includes correspondence, minutes, financial documents, committee files and printed materials. The records document the APSTA's and AEA's relationship with the Georgia Education Association, the American Federation of Teachers, the National Education Association, and the Atlanta Board of Education while illustrating the development and progress of labor and education in Atlanta.Read More
The Stonewall Archives contains information on the 1977 "Save Our Children" crusade that overturned a non-discrimination ordinance in Miami-Dade County. Anita Bryant, the most prominent SOC leader, targeted teachers in the campaign to repeal employment, housing, and public accommodations protections.
1300 East Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304Read More
Manuscript and Archival Collection
Special Collections, Morris Library
The Robert L. Hampel University of Delaware College of Education oral history collection holds transcripts of eighteen interviews with fourteen faculty, staff, and administrators in the University of Delaware’s College of Education in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Five of the interviews offer the recollections of Frank B. Murray, who joined the College in 1969 and served as Dean from 1979 to 1995. Several transcripts include attachments written by the respondents.Read More
Archives and Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center holds the American Montessori Society Records, the largest Montessori organization in the U.S. and one of the largest in the world.Read More
Early history of the city , especially the papers of Amos Throop;
Records of one of the largest eugenic efforts in the nation, see the extensive records of the Pasadena Betterment Foundation, in the E.S. Gosney Papers.
California Institute of Technology Archival Collection
1200 E California Blvd
Pasadena, California 91106
Phone: (626) 395-6811