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Douglas F. Bodwell papers

 Collection 0126-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Douglas F. Bodwell (1943-1998) worked for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) as director of the Office of Education, an office he created, from 1974 to 1998. He helped acquire funding for 22 television series, including the Emmy Award winners Reading Rainbow, 3-2-1 Contact, and Square One TV. He also advised on Kids America, a 90-minute public radio show for young children that aired from 1984 through...

Mary Boergers papers

 Collection 0198-MDHC
Abstract Mary Boergers was a delegate and senator to the Maryland General Assembly representing the 17th and 18th Districts of Montgomery County. During her legislative career, Mary Boergers focused on the issues of education, drugs and crime, environment, labor, and women's concerns. She was president of the Women Legislators of Maryland from 1990-1991. In 1994, Boergers ran for Governor of Maryland. The files consist of correspondence, agenda, newspaper clippings, press releases, and subject...

Fred Bohen papers

 Collection 0113-MMC
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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 papers

 Collection 0507-MDHC
Content Description

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.

A. Lynn Bolles papers

 Collection 0503-MDHC
Abstract Dr. A. Lynn Bolles was a professor of Women's Studies at the University of Maryland from 1989 to 2015. Her scholarship centers around black feminist anthropology and black feminism in the United States and English-speaking Caribbean. She played a leading role in emphasizing the importance of intersectionality in academic feminism as early as the 1990s. This collection contains materials documenting Bolles' work as a scholar and includes academic papers, books, newsletters, correspondence,...

Department of Botany records

 Collection 0024-UA
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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.

Scott Howe Bowen papers

 Collection 0510-MMC
Abstract Scott Howe Bowen (1888-1941) became active in radio advertising in 1927 and purchased WIBX in Utica, New York in 1931. He was a pioneer in advertising spot sales, persuading nationally known companies to buy commercials in non-network radio programs. Bowen was also a pioneer in the development of the National Association of Broadcasters. This collection documents the early career of Bowen and the early history of WIBX, one of the oldest radio stations in Central New York. The collection...

Charles E. Bowers Family collection

 Collection 0277-MDHC
Abstract The Charles E. Bowers Company, formerly known as the Bowers Moving Company, was founded in the late 1840s in Baltimore, Maryland. The company remained in the Bowers family through successive generations until the most recent owner, Charles E. Bowers, Jr., ("Ed") was murdered in 1973. Edward Friedland purchased the business in 1974. The bulk of documents in the collection relate to the sale of the Charles E. Bowers Company and consist of letters, licensing documents, pamphlets, meeting...

Roger Bower papers

 Collection 0021-MMC-LAB
Abstract Roger Bower (1903-1979) was active in broadcasting from 1925 to 1974. He joined radio station WOR in New York in 1928 and became a combination producer, director, actor, announcer, and sound effects engineer. During that time, WOR became the flagship station of the Mutual radio network, and Bower directed many prominent programs, including It Pays to be Ignorant, and Can You Top This? In the early 1930s, Bower announced the first Macy's...

Bowie Family papers

 Collection 0167-MDHC
Abstract The Bowie Family papers contain genealogical information, correspondence and legal documents documenting the Bowie, Davis, Hall, and Pottinger families as well as important information about plantation life and the family’s history of enslavement before the American Civil War. The Bowie family had a large plantation, Fairview Plantation, starting around 1810, and during this time there are records of the family enslaving many individuals. The 1860 “U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules”...

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