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Martha J. Ross papers

 Collection 0198-UA
Abstract This collection contains materials relating to the personal and professional life of Martha J. Ross. Martha J. Ross was a leading oral historian as well as a professor of oral history. Born in Selma, Alabama she received her B.A. from the Alabama College for Women and went on to receive her M.A. in 20th Century American History from the University of Maryland. She taught at George Washington University from 1971-1972, and at the University of Maryland, College Park from 1972-1987. As a...

CIO International Affairs Department, Michael H. S. Ross files

 Collection 0072-LBR-RG18-002
Abstract

Michael Ross was the Director of the CIO International Affairs Department during World War II, and later served as Director of the AFL-CIO International Affairs Department from 1958 to 1963. This collection of primarly covers relations between officers at the CIO and the AFL and the effects of the Cold War on CIO policy toward Europe and the Soviet Union. Types of material include correspondence, clippings, minutes, reports, and subject files.

Inga Rundvold papers

 Collection 0011-MMC-LAB
Abstract Inga Rundvold (1920-2004) was one of Washington's early television personalities with a series of daytime programs in the 1950s and 1960s. She was a columnist for the Washington Times-Herald from 1945 to 1950 before moving to television with a 30-minute daily program called Inga's Angle on WNBW-TV, which later became WRC-TV. As the show's producer and writer, she gradually changed its format, mixing beauty and exercise segments with appearances by political leaders...

Russell S. Howland papers

 Collection 0316-SCPA
Content Description

The bulk of the Russell S. Howland papers consists of original holograph scores and arrangements by Russell Howland; in some cases related descriptions by the composer have been retained as well. Most of the compositions are intended for concert band or small woodwind ensembles and date from 1944 to 1971.

Russell V. Morgan papers

 Collection 0132-SCPA
Abstract Russell V. Morgan (1893-1952) was an American music educator, former President of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), now known as the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), (1930-32) and MENC Hall of Fame inductee (1996). Morgan studied music education at Northwestern University where he received a BM (1915), MM (1921), and was awarded an honorary doctorate (1936). During his career, Morgan served as an army bandmaster during World War I, a church organist, a...

Ruth Kafka collection on Theodore M. Tobani

 Collection 0212-SCPA
Abstract

Theodore Moses Tobani was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1855 and died in New York City in 1933. He was a prolific composer and arranger active in the late 19th and early 20th century. This collection was donated by his granddaughter, Ruth Kafka, and contains scores, magazine articles, membership certificates, and miscellaneous items related to Tobani.

Ruth Overholser papers

 Collection 0422-SCPA-OVERHOLSER
Abstract

Ruth Schell Overholser (1918-2020) earned a degree in Music Education from the University of Maryland in 1961. Overholser was a vocalist, elementary school teacher, an active member of the Washington Alumnae chapter of the Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI) International Music Fraternity, and a donor to the University of Maryland School of Music. Overholser's personal papers and memorabilia.

CIO and AFL-CIO Research Department, Stanley H. Ruttenberg papers

 Collection 0070-LBR-RG13-005
Abstract Stanley H. Ruttenberg was an organizer for the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) becoming the Associate Director of Research in 1939 until 1948 when he became director of the CIO Department of Education and Research. After the merger of the CIO and the American Federation of Labor (AFL) Ruttenberg was named director of the AFL-CIO Department of Research until he move to the U.S. Department of Labor. The collection consists of subject files, speeches, and correspondence during his...

Katherine Salant papers

 Collection 0529-MDHC
Abstract This collection documents the professional activities and records of nationally syndicated real estate newspaper columnist and blogger Katherine Salant. Originally from Northern Virginia, Salant studied architecture at Harvard University and was a Fullbright scholar. Her column "Housewatch" was first published in the Washington Post in 1994 and has appeared in multiple newspapers across the United States. Topics in this collection include real estate developments in the Washington, D.C....

Salvatore Minichini music collection

 Collection 0182-SCPA
Abstract Salvatore Minichini (b. 1884; Salerno, Italy - d. 1977; New York, New York) was an American bandmaster and composer. As conductor of the Italian Royal Marine Band, he made several recordings of Italian marches and operatic transcriptions between 1923 and 1929. He also composed twenty two marches for band, including I Zingari ("The Gypsies"), Chimes of America, and New Frontier. The Salvatore Minichini music collection consists of Minichini’s extensive collection of manuscript scores and...

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Special Collections and University Archives 1072
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Agnew, Spiro T. 5
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Brown, Irving, 1911- 3
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald 3
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Abel, Iorwith Wilber 1
Adolph Coors Company 1
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Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Association 1
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Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund) 1
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Food Lion 1
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Glazer, Joe 1
Gold, Robin 1
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Graeve, Cheryl 1
Greater Washington Central Labor Council. AFL-CIO (1896-) 1
Green, Archie 1
Green, Karin 1
Greiff, Helen 1
Greyhound Lines, Inc. 1
Hardesty, Doris Gibson 1
Harriman, W. Averell 1
Harrington, Richard 1
Hays, Claudia C. 1
Henle, Peter 1
Hillquit, Nina 1
Hodell, Chuck 1
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Local 49 (Boston, Mass.) 1
Italian Communist Party 1
Italian Confederation of Labor 1
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Italian Federation of Labor 1
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Italian-American Labor Council 1
J.P. Stevens & Co. 1
Justice for Janitors 1
Kahn, Si 1
Kahn, Thomas 1
Kassalow, Everett M. (Everett Malcolm) 1
Kefauver, Estes 1
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