Kathryn Schneider Smith papers, 1836-2008 (bulk 1970-2005).
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Community-based public historian, active in Washington, D.C., as a researcher, writer, editor, lecturer, cultural tourism professional, and public administrator, from 1965 to 2009. Originally from Milwaukee, Kathryn Schneider Smith moved to Washington, D.C., in 1965 to work as assistant press secretary to Sen. Gaylord Nelson. Highlights of her career as a Washington, D.C., public historian include creating the D.C. History Curriculum for D.C. Public Schools (1977-1981); ...