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Baltimore Environmental Center records

 Collection 0196-MDHC
Abstract The Baltimore Environmental Center records document the organization's work on environmental issues in the Baltimore metropolitan area, including air and water quality, solid and hazardous waste, transportation, wildlife, recycling, and the Chesapeake Bay. Materials in the archives consist of reports, publications, correspondence, newspaper clippings, drawings, maps, directories, and financial records documenting environmental activities, organizations, and issues in the Baltimore...

Baltimore Federation of Labor records

 Collection 0108-LBR
Abstract The Baltimore Federation of Labor (BFL), an affiliate of the American Federation of Labor, was formed in 1883 by delegates from industry-specific unions such as the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and the Bakery and Confectionery Workers' Union. The BFL's purpose was to improve the lives and working conditions of all laborers through unionization and legislative action. In the early twentieth century the BFL agitated for issues such as the eight-hour work day, legalizing unions,...

Baltimore News American collection

 Collection 0378-MDHC
Abstract The "Baltimore News American" was a major daily newspaper printed under various titles and multiple forms for over 200 years. The highlights of the collection are the over one million photographic print and negative images, dating roughly from 1904 to 1986, along with the 1900 microfilm reels of newspaper content, covering a view of Baltimore and Maryland from 1799 to 1920 and 1946 to 1986. The collection encompasses images of many aspects of the human experience--people, places, and events...

Baltimore Smallpox Epidemic collection

 Collection 0321-MDHC

The Baltimore Smallpox Epidemic collection comprises correspondence and financial records relating to an epidemic between 1871 and 1882. Topics of interest include smallpox vaccinations, measures taken to prevent the spread of the epidemic, including destruction of clothing and the quarantine of afflicted patients. There is also personal correspondence on the epidemic.

Ronald Bamford papers

 Collection 0248-UA

Ronald Bamford was on the faculty of the Department of Botany at the University of Maryland from 1931 until the late 1960s. Bamford served as Associate Dean of the College of Agriculture for the 1949-1950 academic year, and served as Dean of the Graduate School from 1950 until 1966. His papers consist of correspondence, writings, awards and photographs. Subjects include Dr. Bamford's academic and professional careers, violet hybrids, and root tips of wheat and corn.

Barbara Cole Papers

 Collection 0091-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Barbara Cole served as a television teacher and research writer for the American Samoan Educational Television Program from 1966 to 1968. Early in 1961, the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB), with money from Congress, began studying methods for improving literacy in American Samoa. It was decided to use television to improve educational practices. Cole’s work for the project included curriculum development, writing lesson plans, writing scripts for televised...

Samuel Moore Barclay papers

 Collection 0197-MDHC

Samuel Moore Barclay was a Bedford, Pennsylvania, attorney who corresponded with a number of prominent Maryland individuals and business firms on legal, political, and business matters. Among Barclay's correspondents were William Tiffany and Co., H. P. Hepburn, Jonathan M. Edgar, and C. D. Slingluff. Topics discussed include legal cases, monetary claims, and business arrangements.

George Barker papers

 Collection 0018-LIT
Abstract British poet George Barker (1913-1991) was born in Loughton, Essex. Barker left school at fourteen, having acquired a love of verse but little else. Barker was a prolific writer, having published over 30 volumes of poetry and earning the respect of fellow poets such as T. S. Eliot and W. B. Yeats. Barker also published short stories, critical essays, and two novels, Alanna Autumnal (1933) and The Dead Seagull (1951). He held...

Djuna Barnes papers

 Collection 0021-LIT
Abstract The University of Maryland Libraries are the primary repository for the archive of Djuna Barnes (1892-1982), who was an avant-garde American writer and artist. Her papers consist of family and personal papers, correspondence, publications, manuscript drafts, newspaper clippings, serials, photographs, and original art work documenting Barnes's career. Significant correspondents in the collection include T. S. Eliot, Emily Coleman, Marianne Moore, Peggy Guggenheim, Dag Hammarskjöld, Kay Boyle,...

Barnes Family papers

 Collection 0022-LIT
Abstract The Barnes family papers consist of the papers of Djuna Barnes's grandmother, Zadel Barnes Gustafson (1841-1917), her father, Brian Barnes (1865-1934) (born Henry Budington, but also known as Wald Barnes, Wald Gustafson, Brian Eglinton Barnes, and Harold Barnes), and her half-sister Muriel (b. 1899) and half-brother Duane (b. 1902). Zadel Barnes was a journalist, poet, and women's rights activist, and her papers consist of poems, a short story, two scrapbooks, correspondence which includes a...

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