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Frederick Martin Bohen (1938-2015) was the Director of News and Public Affairs at WNET television in New York and Executive Editor of the Public Broadcast Library (PBL). He also served as editor of the experimental public affairs series, Public Broadcast Laboratory (1968-1969). The collection consists of Bohen's correspondence, speeches, memoranda relating to the programming and administration of WNET and PBL.
Sophia Bolgiano lived in Baltimore and died sometime after 1925. The Sophia Bolgiano papers span the years 1921 to 1925 with the bulk of the material dated 1925. The collection contains tax levy receipts and correspondence from Louis P. Bolgiano concerning his mother Sophia's real estate investments.
The Department of Botany was established in 1859 as one of the original units of the Maryland Agricultural College. The records of the department consist of correspondence, research notebooks, publications, administrative subject files, and photographs.