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.
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.
Hannah "Cary" Purcell Bruton was a young woman living in Baltimore in the 1910s and 1920s. Her scrapbook dates from 1914-1927 and chronicles her life in Baltimore including family and friends, education at Western High School, her involvement in the Girl Scouts, outings at Gwynns Falls and Druid Hill Park, vacations, participation in sporting events, her marriage, and role in the Maryland Feature Film Corporation.