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Leonard Smallwood papers

 Collection 0399-MDHC

Joseph Leonard Smallwood was born in 1811 in Charles County, Maryland. He lived and worked on the family farm until the age of 24 when he moved to Alabama. Smallwood married Rebecca Gibson in 1836 and relocated to St. Joseph, Florida. Joseph and Rebecca continued to move for the majority of their lives.

Anthony Wayne Smith papers

 Collection 0049-LBR-RG95-012

Anthony Wayne Smith (1906-1992) was an attorney for the CIO and AFL-CIO from the 1940s into the mid-1950s when he became passionate about environmental issues and took up conservation causes at several National Parks. His papers consist of correspondence, legal materials, and ephemera from Smith's personal life, his time at the National Parks and Conservation Association (NPCA), CIO, and AFL-CIO.

Howard K. Smith papers

 Collection 0568-MMC
Abstract Howard Kingsbury Smith (1914-2002) was an American broadcast journalist and commentator, first for the Columbia Broadcasting System (1940-1961) and, later, the American Broadcasting Company (1962-1979). For 40 years, he was one of the preeminent names in broadcast news. His numerous awards included the Peabody and an Emmy. Smith was also the author of several books, including Last Train from Berlin: An Eye-Witness Account of Germany at War (1942) and an...

Lathrop Smith papers

 Collection 0138-MDHC
Abstract A member of the Montgomery County Council, Lathrop E. Smith was also a member of the Upper County Planning Commission and of the Board of Education. His papers, consisting of corres- pondence, conservation reports, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings, relate to his membership in these and other civic organizations, and also address the issues of parks, soil conservation, and racial discrimination.A preliminary inventory is available for this collection in the "External Documents"...

Leora Smith photographs

 Collection 0014-GWP
Abstract Leora Smith joined her husband in Japan in 1947, where he was on leave from the Air Force to the Counter Intelligence Corps. He arrived in Japan in 1946 and was stationed in Yokohama. Dependent housing was just being built in Yokohama at that time, so Smith and her husband were temporarily housed in the Fujiya Hotel. In the interview, she describes the hotel and the dependent housing in which they later lived. Smith returned to the United States, but soon came back to Japan — this time she...

Mildred P. Smith collection

 Collection 0185-UA
Abstract Mildred Pauline Smith graduated from the University of Maryland in 1922 with a degree in Home Economics Education. As an undergraduate, Smith was responsible for organizing the first women's basketball team and was a member of Lambda Tau sorority. She later served on the University of Maryland Alumni Council in the 1940s (as Mrs. Mildred Smith Jones). This collection consists of a scrapbook compiled by Smith that documents her undergraduate years at Maryland and includes newspaper clippings,...

Naomi Duff Smith papers

 Collection 0047-LIT
Abstract Naomi Duff Smith (1902-1973) was a poet, author of short stories and radio scripts, and owner of a Baltimore, Maryland, public relations firm. Her collection consists of poems, short stories, correspondence, and awards documenting her literary output and business and civic achievements. Significant correspondents represented in the collection include Lizette Woodworth Reese, R. P. Harriss, Millard E. Tydings, Amy Winslow, Alan P. Hoblitzell, E. Paul Mason, Joseph R. Byrnes, Emory J. Niles,...

Society for Ethnomusicology records

 Collection 0054-SCPA
Abstract The Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) was founded in 1955 by David McAllester, Alan Merriam, Willard Rhodes, and Charles Seeger to promote the research, study, and performance of music in all historical periods and cultural contexts. Through its publications and its national and regional meetings, the Society provides a forum for discussion of current scholarly research and fosters the promotion and development of a variety of traditional art forms. The SEM records consist of administrative...

Society for Music Theory records

 Collection 0118-SCPA
Abstract The Society for Music Theory (SMT) promotes music theory as both a scholarly and a pedagogical discipline. SMT has a membership of over 1200 music theorists worldwide. SMT was founded in 1977 out of the American Musicological Society by Richmond Browne, Allen Forte, and others who believed that Music Theory was not adequately respected as a subject and should be taught by theorists instead of musicologists, performers, or composers. The first SMT meeting was held in Evanston in 1977. The...

Sol Taishoff papers

 Collection 0041-MMC-LAB
Abstract Sol Taishoff was founder, editor-in-chief, and later sole owner of Broadcasting magazine for 51 years. The magazine found its greatest niche in providing station executives insight into the inner workings of the federal government vis-à-vis the broadcasting industry. Taishoff's close friendships with many Washington insiders of both political parties scored the magazine's most notable scoops. The collection contains mostly business correspondence and...

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