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.
Orin M. Bullock, Jr. was a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects who had a long career in historic preservation. His papers deal with his education at Harvard University, his work at Colonial Williamsburg and on restoration projects all over the east coast, as well as his retirement career teaching at the University of Maryland. The collection includes drawings, photographs, negatives, journals, and files. The collection is unprocessed but a preliminary inventory is available.
Mary Lee Bundy (1927-1987) was a professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, College of Library and Information Services. She was also one of the officers of Urban Information Interpreters, Inc., a non-profit organzation that sought to make information services accessible to the urban poor. Her papers consist of a manuscript of the book Activism in American Librarianship, 1962-1973, which Bundy co-edited with Frederick J. Stielow.
This collection consists primarily of correspondence of Herman Burhaus, who was a volunteer in the 4th New York Union Regiment during the Civil War stationed in various cities in the Washington, DC, area. It also contains photographs of various members of the Burhaus family.