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Central Atlantic Environment Center records

 Collection 0071-MDHC
Abstract The Central Atlantic Environment Center was established in 1967 as the Potomac Basin Center. Until it ceased operations in 1974, the Center collected, analyzed, and disseminated information on issues relating to natural resources. Its records include correspondence, newsletters and news releases, annual reports, and court cases concerned primarily with protecting Maryland's resources from developers. Subjects and organizations documented in the collection include Maryland wetlands, the...

Office of the Chancellor records

 Collection 0002-UA
Abstract The Office of the Chancellor was created in 1970 in the course of the reorganization of the University of Maryland system. The Chancellor was the highest-ranking administrator for the College Park campus until the expansion of the University of Maryland in 1988, at which time the office was renamed Office of the President. The records consist of the administrative files of the Chancellor and include reports, financial and budget records, committee and task force files, publications, and...

Chancellor's Commission on Women's Affairs records

 Collection 0030-UA
Abstract The Chancellor's Commission on Women's Affairs was established by University of Maryland Chancellor Charles E. Bishop on December 3, 1973, to address the needs and concerns of women on the University of Maryland campus. Among the commission's goals were to maintain systematic contact with organizations on campus concerned with women's affairs and to identify unique problems faced by women at the university, including safety, implementation of Title IX in women's athletics, and the needs of...

Emerson Chapin photographs and slides

 Collection 0005-GWP
Abstract Emerson Chapin (1920 - 2003) was a longtime New York Times editor and foreign correspondent. He served in Japan during the Occupation in both military and civilian roles. In late September 1945, his division, the 98th Infantry, was sent to Japan as part of the Occupation forces. Chapin was stationed in Osaka and worked on a paper produced for the division. Discharged in 1946, he returned that same year to Japan to work as a civilian in the Civil Information and...

Chapman Family papers

 Collection 0020-MDHC
Abstract John Grant Chapman, an affluent citizen and plantation owner in Charles County, was active in state and national politics for over twenty-five years. A member of the Whig party, he served in the Maryland House of Delegates and then advanced to the Maryland Senate. From 1845 to 1848, Chapman served in the U.S. House of Representatives. Marshall Chapman, the second of John Grant Chapman's sons, inherited the Chapman estate upon his father's death in 1856. Records show that the family enslaved...

Charles Ross collection

 Collection 0144-UA
Abstract

Charles Worthington Ross attended the University of Maryland from 1951 to 1954 and was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. This collection contains 114 black and white negatives documenting campus life; social events of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, including the Winter Formal and the Founders Banquet; and university track and lacrosse events during the 1950s. Many of the athletic photographs are competitions between Maryland and Navy. A preliminary inventory is available.

Verne E. Chatelain papers

 Collection 0278-UA
Abstract Verne E. Chatelain (1895-1991) was a professor of history at the University of Maryland from 1945 until 1964. Before coming to the university, Chatelain served as the first chief historian for the National Park Service between 1931 and 1936. The Chatelain papers primarily consist of student papers for Chatelain's History of Maryland courses, as well as drafts of articles he wrote about the origins of the university, a few historical photographs, and slides. Architectural plans and...

Nazaret Cherkezian papers

 Collection 0100-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Nazaret "Chic" Cherkezian (1925-1996) joined the staff of National Educational Television (NET) in 1959 as director of public information. From 1963 to 1970, he served as executive producer for NET's bi-weekly, one-hour program News in Perspective, a co-production with The New York Times. He was a Ford Foundation fellow, held a fellowship from the National Association of Educational Broadcasting, and received Emmys and Golden...

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company records

 Collection 0072-MDHC
Abstract

This collection consists of legal and financial records, correspondence, and maps documenting the construction and operation of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Many of the materials concern land transactions and there is also a significant amount of documentation of court cases involving the company.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation records

 Collection 0073-MDHC
Abstract This non-profit organization was established in 1967 to promote the preservation of the ecological well-being of the Chesapeake Bay through conserving its natural resources, combatting pollution, and educating the public. Important issues documented in the foundation's records include the environment of the Bay, as well as actions proposed and undertaken to eliminate threats to this environment. Other subjects addressed are the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, Piney Point Oil Refinery,...

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