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Mary W. Stewart papers

 Collection 0289-MDHC
Abstract

Mary W. Stewart was the postmistress of Oxford, Maryland, from 1877 to 1940. The collection consists of correspondence to and from Mary Stewart and her family, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia relating to her tenure as postmistress. It also includes a blueprint of Mary Stewart's home and post office in Oxford, Maryland.

Gladys Stigler scrapbook

 Collection 0527-MDHC
Abstract

Gladys Marie Stigler was a student at Western High School in Baltimore, Maryland. Her scrapbook dates from 1917-1926 and chronicles her experiences as a student at Western as well as fellow students, faculty, theater programs and cast members, publications from Baltimore City College, and other topics.

Stoddert Family papers

 Collection 0333-MDHC
Abstract The Stoddert family of Virginia and Maryland traces its history to Richard Parker, the Virginia judge at the trial of abolitionist John Brown, and General William Smallwood, a Revolutionary War soldier from Charles County, Maryland. The collection contains family correspondence, legal documents, and genealogies of various families connected to the Stodderts. It also includes material related to West Hatton, the Stoddert family home in Charles County, and the trial of abolitionist John...

Frederick Stone papers

 Collection 0326-MDHC
Abstract

Frederick Stone (1820-1899) was a lawyer, U. S. Congressman, Maryland Delegate, and judge of the Court of Appeals of Charles County, Maryland. This collection consists of correspondence to Frederick Stone from his wife, Jennie, and his daughters, especially his daughter Bessie Brown, who wrote to him from New Orleans and died after a long illness in 1889.

William Stone papers

 Collection 0142-MDHC
Abstract William B. Stone, a lawyer and landowner from Charles County, Maryland, counted among his ancestors a number of influential Maryland politicians, including a proprietary governor from the early seventeenth century. Stone himself was at one time considered by the U.S. Senate for a federal judge's seat. Records show that Stone enslaved people on his property. Census records enslaved 10 people in 1830, 17 people in 1840, 31 people in 1850, and 32 people in 1860. National politics, slavery,...

Janis P. Stout papers

 Collection 0058-LIT
Abstract Janis Pitts Stout (1939-) was an English professor and administrator at a number of research universities, most notably Rice University, Texas A & M, and Auburn University, from 1973 until her retirement in 2002. She produced three novels, compiled and edited a calendar based on the works of Willa Cather, and published six scholarly works, including Katherine Anne Porter: A Sense of the Times (1995). Dr. Stout's papers consist almost exclusively of...

Orman E. Street papers

 Collection 0292-UA
Abstract Orman Street was a professor of agronomy at the University of Maryland from 1949 to 1969. Professor Street taught courses in tobacco production, tobacco anatomy, and tobacco chemistry and received numerous awards and honors for his work in this field. His papers include publications, biographical material, photographs, and reports and administrative records of the Agronomy Department. Subjects include the history of the Agronomy Department, tobacco, tobacco curing, and information on the...

Student Activities collection

 Collection 0232-UA
Abstract This collection consists of photographs chronicling student activities, groups, and campus events at the University of Maryland, spanning from 1910 to 2002. Several photographs depict Maryland Agricultural College students in their rooms and participating in military drills, circa 1910-1920, as well as formal portraits of students and military companies. Images from the 1930s through 1960s feature events such as Freshman Reception Day, Military Day, May Day, the freshman-sophomore tug of...

Division of Student Affairs records

 Collection 0035-UA
Abstract The Division of Student Affairs is responsible for oversight of university functions affecting student life and for setting and enforcing related policies. The division's records consist of administrative materials, committee and commission files, and budgetary records as well as files pertaining to student organizations, housing, the Counseling Center, health services, and the dining hall. In 1970, the department name was changed to the "Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student...

Student Archivists at Maryland (SAM) records

 Collection 0228-UA
Abstract Student Archivists at Maryland (SAM) is the university's chapter of the Society of American Archivists, one of the major professional organizations for the information studies field. Formed in 1995, SAM's primary functions include hosting lectures and forums, organizing tours of local archival repositories, and planning an annual Americana conference. The organization's records span from its start in 1995 through 2011 and include the constitution, bylaws, and annual reports, as well as...

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