The Philip E. Hartman papers include correspondence, reports, publications and minutes, which document environmental activities relating to Assateague Island. The collection is unprocessed but a preliminary inventory is available.
This collection is unprocessed. This means that materials are in the same state we received them and have not been reviewed for content or condition. The collection may need to be screened prior to use. Please contact us before visiting the Special Collections reading room to view this collection. A preliminary inventory is available under the Inventories/Additional Information section.
Photocopies of original materials may be provided for a fee and at the discretion of the curator. Please see our Duplication of Materials policy for more information. Queries regarding publication rights and copyright status of materials within this collection should be directed to the appropriate curator.
Photocopies or digital surrogates may be provided in accordance with Special Collections and University Archives duplication policy.
Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs unless otherwise specified. It is the researcher's responsibility to secure permission to publish materials from the appropriate copyright holder.
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13.50 Linear Feet
The Philip E. Hartman papers cover the period from 1969-1996; the bulk of the materials date from 1983-1995. The Philip E. Hartman papers include correspondence, reports, publications, and minutes which document environmental activities relating to Assateague Island.
This collection was donated to the University of Maryland Libraries by Philip E. Hartman in 1996.