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Broadcast Education Association (BEA) records

 Collection 0181-MMC
Abstract The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) is an academic organization that brings together educators, students, and industry professionals. It was founded as the Association for Professional Broadcasting Education in 1955. Major activities of the BEA include an annual convention and the publication of two journals. The BEA Records span the years 1956 to 2011 with the bulk of materials dating from 1969 to 2000. The chief archival components of the Records are the BEA History Files, the Louisa...

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) collection

 Collection 0483-MMC
Scope and Contents Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) is primarily a performing rights management organization, collecting license fees for recorded music and distributing royalty payments to the artists. It was founded in 1939 by the National Association of Broadcasters and, for many years, provided additional customer services such as market research, promotional ideas, script services, orchestrations, and complete programs.During the 1950s, BMI organized clinics at multiple locations throughout the...

Brooke Family papers

 Collection 0006-MDHC
Abstract The Brooke Family was a large family of landowners in Maryland whose records relate to farm activities and family life on the plantation "Falling Green." The Brooke and Farquhar families were active members of the Quaker community in Sandy Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland. The collection contains the diaries of several women in the family, addressing topics such as housework, motherhood, education, women's farm work, local and social gatherings, and Quaker religious meetings. The papers...

Martha Brooks papers

 Collection 0012-MMC-LAB
Abstract "Martha Brooks" was the primary stage name of broadcaster Irma Lemke (1908-1999) during her career at WGY in Schenectady, NY. She began working at the station in 1931, and her "Martha Brooks Show" aired from 1937 to 1971. In the late 1930's she became a television pioneer as well, as she wrote, produced, and often starred in live, on-air productions over WGY's television station, WRGB-TV. The Martha Brooks papers span 1924 to 1991 and contain correspondence, speeches, scripts and short...

Levin Broughton photographs

 Collection 0109-UA
Abstract

Broughton, who attended the University of Maryland from 1940 until 1942, donated two circa 1940 black and white group photographs. One, of the College of Arts and Sciences faculty, includes his father, Dean Levin Broughton, and the other is of the Athletic Board. The collection also includes a circa 1912 photograph of the campus and cadets at drill. A preliminary inventory is available.

David Edward Brown papers

 Collection 0249-UA
Abstract David Edward Brown (1879-1970) attended the Maryland Agricultural College from 1899 to 1904 and was a United States Department of Agriculture field agent at the experiment farm in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, for forty-three years, specializing in tobacco improvement, breeding, and culture. The collection contains Brown's correspondence, field staff diaries, experimental crop notebooks, and printed matter, such as publications, programs, certificates, and news clippings, relating to Brown's...

Paul Dennis Brown Family papers

 Collection 0019-MDHC
Abstract

Paul Dennis Brown was a tobacco specialist in the University of Maryland Extension Service and was active in the civic affairs of Charles County. Important subjects documented in the Brown family papers and photographs include the history of Charles County, the county's public library, county fairs, Physicians Memorial Hospital, the Committee for the Study of Slot Machines, and Smallwood's Retreat.

AFL and AFL-CIO International Affairs Department, Irving Brown papers

 Collection 0074-LBR-RG18-004
Abstract Irving Brown began his labor career as an organizer for the Automobile Workers Union in the 1930s and over his life played a major role in the formulation of the AFL-CIO's international labor policy. This collection contains those records Irving Brown created and collected while occupying several positions within the AFL and AFL-CIO, primarily his time as the AFL and AFL-CIO European representative, 1946-1961 and 1973-1978. The collections covers the topics of foreign policy of American...

Robert Carlton Brown papers

 Collection 0075-LIT
Abstract American author, journalist, publisher, and collector Robert Carlton Brown (1886-1959) was born in Chicago. Brown wrote pulp fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, avant-garde publications, and experimented with a book of visual poetry; he also contributed pieces to various magazines and newspapers in New York City and established journals in Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City, and London. Popular works of Brown's include the novel What Happened to Mary? (1913), an...

Elizabeth Smith Brownstein papers

 Collection 0108-MMC
Abstract Elizabeth Smith Brownstein (1930- ) began her career in television in the 1950s, serving for four years as chief television researcher for CBS, where she worked on such programs as See it Now and Person to Person. The collection documents her work for CBS, Meet the Press, WETA's Evening Edition with Martin Agronsky, and the Smithsonian video and television division, including the...

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