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Gene A. Chesley papers

 Collection 0168-MDHC
Abstract Gene A. Chesley (1935-1981) was a highly regarded scenic designer, theatre historian, and teacher. Chesley taught in the Dramatic Art Deparment at the University of California Davis from 1963 until his death at age 46 in 1981. As a UCD faculty member, Chesley began an eleven-year project to identify and document extant historic theatres, opera houses, and performance halls in all fifty states. He became a renowned authority on American theatres built between 1800 and 1914, and a strong...

Children's Television Workshop records

 Collection 0073-MMC-NPBA
Abstract The Children's Television Workshop (now known as the Sesame Workshop) is an American nonprofit organization producing educational children's programs, founded in 1966 by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett. With funding from the United States Office of Education, the Carnegie Corporation Foundation, and the Ford Foundation to support an experimental television program's research and production, Sesame Street premiered in November 1969. It became the first of...

Julian Chisholm II photographs and negatives

 Collection 0253-UA
Abstract Julian J. Chisolm II was an instructor in entomology at the University of Maryland from 1943 until 1949. Chisolm also acted as the unofficial campus photographer during his tenure at the University. The collection contains images and negatives depicting crabbing and the stages in the shedding of a hard crab's shell; sporting and social events at Chevy Chase Junior College; a Maryland Fox Hunter's Association meet; a Baltimore and Ohio Railroad train wreck; buildings and iron work at the...

Marilyn Church Collection

 Collection 0074-MDHC

Marilyn Church was a professor in the Department of Early Childhood-Elementary Education and served as director of the Center for Young Children at the University of Maryland at College Park. Her papers relate to various aspects of early childhood education and concern primarily the teaching career of Esther G. Cristy and the film collaboration projects of James L. Hymes.

Cigar Makers' International Union of America records

 Collection 0097-LBR
Abstract The Cigar Makers International Union of America (CMIUA) was formed in 1864 as the Cigar Makers National Union of the United States and became international in 1867 with the affiliation of Canadian locals. Samuel Gompers was instrumental in the growth of the union. The union merged with the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Workers Union in 1974. Union documentation includes administrative files, records of locals, financial records, convention proceedings, and publications. Important...

CIO and AFL-CIO Information Department, Press Releases

 Collection 0048-LBR-RG20-003

This collection consists of press releases from the CIO and then from the AFL-CIO after the merger. The press releases were collected by the Information Department of the AFL-CIO.

CIO Research Department, Everett Kassalow papers

 Collection 0007-LBR-RG13-004
Abstract Everett Kassalow worked for the CIO from 1945 to 1950 in a variety of roles including Associate Director of research for the CIO Department of Research and Education. This collection contains his files from the time when he worked for the CIO, primarily in 1949 and 1950 as Associate Director of Research and Executive Secretary of the Full Employment Committee. Materials included are: drafts of a CIO manual, committee and training programs, corporation financial reports, information on the...

Civil War-Era Pictorial envelopes and song sheets

 Collection 0370-MDHC
Abstract This collection consists of twenty-four Civil War-Era envelopes and four song sheets, depicting nine different locations in Baltimore, Maryland. The views consist of: the Washington Monument, Fort McHenry, Belger Barracks, Camp Chesebrough, Fort Federal Hill, Lafayette Barracks, Fort Marshall, the Battery at Stewart's Place, and U.S.A. General Hospital at McKim's Mansion. They are decorated with full lithographic and stencil color or metallic inks. They are both colored and monochrome. Three...

Deena Clark papers

 Collection 0019-MMC-LAB
Abstract Deena Clark (1913-2003) was a writer and broadcast journalist who worked primarily in Washington, D.C., television. Before going into television, Clark freelanced as a writer and was heard on local radio station WRC with a program called Capital Bylines. She made her television debut as a guest moderator on Meet the Press in 1954. On WRC-TV, Clark began doing five-minute interviews as fillers between daytime programs. Eventually, ...

Betty Quirk Clarke memorabilia and photographs

 Collection 0121-UA

This collection donated by Betty Quirk Clarke, a member of the Class of 1936, includes memorabilia and photographs from the 1930s and photographs of the 30th Reunion of the Class of 1936, held in 1966. Among the 1930s items are dance programs, athletic tickets and photographs of R.O.T.C. training drills. A preliminary inventory is available and can be found in the "Additional Description" section of this finding aid.

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