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Charles S. Burns papers

 Collection 0320-MDHC
Abstract Charles S. Burns (1846-1937) was a teacher in Maryland during the late nineteenth century; he also worked for the Customs House in Baltimore, Maryland. The Charles S. Burns papers consist of correspondence, both letters and postcards, from family members, friends, and organizations to which Burns belonged. The subject matter includes notices for membership dues owed the Order of the Golden Chain, news of family events, crop output, and solicitations from former students seeking Burns's help...

Vincent Godfrey Burns papers

 Collection 0017-LIT
Abstract Vincent Godfrey Burns, born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1893, was Poet Laureate of Maryland from 1962 until his death in 1979. He was ordained as a minister and later published poems, television scripts, plays, and a novel, often expressing his conservative political and religious convictions. He and his brother Robert collaborated on I Am a Fugitive from a Georgia Chain Gang, which was made into a movie in 1932. Burns's papers include correspondence, poems,...

Beth E. Burrows papers

 Collection 0109-MMC
Abstract Beth Elpern Burrows is an experienced radio writer and producer, who worked in public broadcasting from 1966 to 1977 at WHA-AM in Madison, Wisconsin. The collection contains recordings of programs written and/or produced by Beth Burrows during this period including Fitzgerald's Prophecy (an oral history of Grand Rapids, Michigan); Tools (four series of programs about drug education); Reckoning with Boris (a...

Burt Harrison collection of public radio oral histories

 Collection 0129-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Burt Harrison (1917-2004) spent most of his broadcasting career in the state of Washington. He was station manager of KWSU, Washington State University at Pullman's radio station from 1959 to 1976. During this time, he served on the boards of National Association Educational Broadcasters (NAEB), National Educational Radio (NER), and the Association of Public Radio Stations. In addition, Harrison lobbied for the inclusion of radio in the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967. In 1977, he received...

Ruth Lawless Busbey papers

 Collection 0327-MDHC
Abstract This collection documents the career of Ruth Lawless Busbey, who received her B.S. (1930) and M.S. (1931) in chemistry from the University of Maryland and a second M.S. in languages (Russian) from Georgetown University in 1964. Ruth Busbey was a chemist for the United States Department of Agriculture throughout her career. Her papers consist of academic records, personnel files, correspondence, biographical information, and publications. Files documenting Busbey's 1966 information exchange...

Bureau of Business and Economic Research records

 Collection 0017-UA

The Bureau of Business and Economic Research was founded in 1946 to conduct academic research into regional economic concerns. The administrative records of the Bureau include reports, computer printouts, book manuscripts, and publications, concerning such subjects as a Maryland tax study, state and local government, conservation, industrial planning and development, and demographic processes.

College of Business and Public Administration records

 Collection 0026-UA
Abstract These records consists of the administrative files of the College of Business and Public Administration. Important subjects addressed are the projection of class enrollment; graduate statistics; the history of the College; dedication of new buildings; faculty organizations; ten-year projections for the college; and departmental projections. In addition, activities of the Committee on Style of the Maryland Constitutional Convention Commission (1965-1968), marketing research criteria, and...

Elbert Byrd papers

 Collection 0259-UA
Abstract Elbert M. Byrd served as a professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University and at the University of Maryland, during which time he authored several publications on constitutional theory and the judicial process. Byrd also served as delegate and platform committee chairman at state conventions of the Young Democratic Club and as treasurer of that organization. His papers address such subjects as home rule, the expansion of the Prince George's County's Board of Commissioners, and...

Harry Clifton Byrd papers

 Collection 0260-UA
Abstract Harry Clifton Byrd (1889-1970) was president of the University of Maryland from 1935 to 1954. After his retirement he became chairman of the Tidewater Fisheries Commission and was involved with the revitalization of the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. His papers relate mainly to the University of Maryland, its buildings, lands, governing bodies, and programs. Other subjects documented include the Defense Orientation Conference Association, Far East Command, and state elections. Byrd's...

Sterling Byrd collection

 Collection 0289-UA
Abstract Sterling Byrd was the youngest of the four children of Harry Clifton "Curley" Byrd, a 1908 graduate of the University of Maryland who served as its president from 1935 to 1954. The bulk of his collection documents his father's remarkable life and career and includes an extensive number of photographs, memorabilia items, newspaper clippings, and publications chronicling the elder Byrd's personal life and professional achievements. The Sterling Byrd estate also donated a substantial number of...

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