|There are two digital repositories currently in use by SCRC. LUNA features easy access to dozens of digitized collections with multi-faceted metadata searching capabilities. MARS exists to be a stable, well-managed, permanent archive for digital scholarly and research materials of enduring value produced by Mason faculty, staff, and students. MARS also contains preservation copies of select digital textual and visual collections.
|Browse all SCRC digitized collections in the University Libraries' digital repository (LUNA)
Browse all SCRC digitized collections in the Mason Archival Repository Service (MARS), George Mason University's institutional digital repository.
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Southwestern United States Photograph Collection
1972 Richard Nixon Campaign Photographs
Atchison Union Depot & Railroad Company Photographs
|The Oliver F. Atkins Photograph Collection
The collection documents American political and cultural history from the 1940s through the 1970s. Most of the images date from the early 1960s through the mid-1970s when Atkins worked as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post and then later as the personal photographer to President Richard M. Nixon.
Broadus Bailey French Revolution Print Collection
|Charles Baptie Photograph Collection
Charles Baptie (1914-2000) was a photographer, printer, and publisher. As photographer and public relations agent for Capital Airlines he recorded the life of the airline for many years. While operating his own studio, Baptie provided photographs for more than fifty books and other publications
Federal Theatre Project collection
|The Federal Theatre Project Materials Collection
Contains 35mm slides taken from original posters. These images are of the original designs used on posters to advertise FTP plays in many different American cities from 1935 to 1939. Contains electronic versions of each of these images indexed by title, author, subject, theater, place, date, and related names.
Mary Elsie Fox Photograph Collection
|George Mason University 40th Anniversary Exhibition
Archival materials from: Simplicity, Permanence, and Economy: The Origins of George Mason University's Fairfax Campus, an exhibition by George Mason University Libraries done in Fall 2004. Materials document the planning, construction, and dedication of the Fairfax Campus during the years 1957-1964.
|GMU Archives' Photostream on Flickr
A selection of images from the George Mason University Photograph Collection, which contains color and black and white photographs, including prints, contact sheets, and negatives, taken between the 1950s and the early 2000s. The collection includes images of student life, campus architecture and construction, campus events, faculty and staff, performances, and art.
|George Mason University Facilities Planning Documents (1960-2007)
George Mason University has been expanding for over fifty Years. The documents in this collection come from both physical and born-digital collections of the George Mason University Facilities Planning Department, many of which are held in the Special Collections Research Center, University Libraries.
George Mason University Yearbook Collection
GMView: George Mason University Video Yearbooks
Food For the Whole
|Japanese Invasion of Manchuria Collection
The Japanese invasion of Manchuria photograph collection consists of 99 lantern slides and 4 glass negatives. The majority of the slides show images of the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1932, but many also show images of conflict from earlier periods possibly including the Chinese revolution of 1911 and the reign of the Manchurian warlord Zhang Zuolin. Several of the slides are maps dated to 1933.
Madness @ Mason: Documenting a Dream Season
|C. Harrison Mann, Jr. Digitized Map Collection
The C. Harrison Mann Jr, Map Collection comprises ninety-six maps and eighteen rare atlases ranging from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries and is housed in the Special Collections Research Center. Though the majority of the maps Mann collected are of Virginia, there are many pertaining to other parts of the United States and the world in the collection
This collection contains digitized manuscripts from various collections of the Special Collections Research Center. One such item is "Solos Violoncello", another is the "Mason Family Account Book".
|Manuscript Book of Culinary and Medicinal Receipts, in Several Hands, Inscribed at Front "Elizabeth Fairfax Hir Book 1694"
A cookbook belonging to Elizabeth Fairfax and date 1694. Features forty-nine manuscript pages of recipes for Seventeenth Century dishes.
|Midwest Commercial architecture Photograph Collection
Thirty-two photographs depicting commercial buildings in rural northwestern Ohio and Pennsylvania with recently installed Central Union Telephone Company phones. The Central Union Telephone Company brought local and long distance calling to commercial buildings and advertised the new service with signage. Signs for Central Union can be seen in twenty-seven of the photographs.
|The William Nicoson Newspaper Columns
Part of a larger collection of materials donated by William Nicoson to the University Libraries. His collection, in turn, is part of the Planned Community Archives, which includes voluminous materials on Reston, Virginia. Access to information about these collections is available from Planned Community Archives and William Nicoson Papers.
|The Planned Community Archives: Catherine A. Baum Digital Collection
A core collection of materials drawn from the George Mason University Libraries’ Planned Community Archives (PCA) Collection, which features manuscripts, photographs, posters, blueprints, artifacts, and other items of interest relating to the planned community or new town movement in general and Reston, Virginia in particular.
|Planned Community Archives Collection
The collection consists of a variety of materials relating to planned communities across the United States with a particular emphasis on the planned community of Reston, Virginia and international communities as well. The collection includes correspondence, reports, promotional material, community brochures, newspapers, videos, slides, photographs and architectural drawings and blueprints.
|Reston: Planned Community Archives
Documents the development of Reston through images, textual materials, maps, sketches, and other archival materials. Focuses on people, themes, and organizations key to Reston's history as a planned community. Areas covered in this collection are housing, health care, education, public services, parks, recreation, population, and Lake Anne (the first housing group).
|Arthur E. Scott Photograph Collection
Collection contains photographs taken by Arthur E. Scott, a photojournalist and photo-historian for the U.S. Senate. Arthur E. Scott, widely known as "Scotty" on Capitol Hill, first covered the United States Congress in 1935 as a photographer for the Washington Times. Later, he worked for International News Service and United Press International. This collection reflects the entire forty-years of Scott's association with Congress.
|Sesquicentennial Civil War Documents Project
Conceived to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the American Civil War, this project features select documents from three of the Special Collections Research Center collections: The Milton Barnes Papers, 1853-1891, The Alexander Haight Family Collection, 1764-1967, and The Northern Virginia Civil War Images Collection, 1853-1914.
|President Lorin A. Thompson Scrapbooks
Dr. Thompson served first as Chancellor (1966-1972) of George Mason College of the University of Virginia and then President of George Mason University (1972-1973). Two scrapbooks compiled by Thompson contain newspaper clippings, notes, photographs, invitations and other documents, and ephemora.
|The Virginia Civil War Archive
Includes illustrations produced for the Harper's Weekly during 1861-1865 and which relate specifically to the Commonwealth of Virginia's involvment in the Civil War. 100 images have been scanned for research and study by students and scholars. The images reflect the unfolding events and drama of the war as well as the superb artistry of the Weekly's many artists.
|The John N. Warfield Digital Collection
A collection of selected materials from the John N. Warfield Collection. Warfield began his intellectual career studying electrical engineering and mathematics. This led him to work with early computer prototypes. Warfield later became interested in studying group pathologies. Materials in this collection date from 1951 to 2007 and include manuscripts, photographs, video, and audio segments.