Martha Tabor was an educator, laborer, and photographer who documented people on the job from the 1970s to the 1990s. Tabor’s photographs of women workers are particularly well-known. The collection contains forty-one photographs taken by Martha Tabor, particularly photographs of women workers, blue collar workers, and District of Columbia municipal workers.
The University of Maryland chapter of Tau Beta Pi, a national honorary engineering society, was established in 1929. The Tau Beta Pi records span from its founding to 2002 and include minutes of meetings, both local and national; pledge papers; information on chapter activities; membership records; financial records; and information on chapter history. The collection also includes a series of photographs documenting Tau Beta Pi activities.
Virginia Tehas was George Meany's secretary from 1940-1979. This collection consists of a series of eight interviews with Virginia Tehas in 1996.
This collection consists of various materials from radio and television stations throughout the United States, including clippings, promotional brochures, pamphlets, and market data. The collection was created to facilitate research on specific TV and radio stations.
This collection contains photographs and negatives used in the University of Maryland Terrapin yearbook. One folder of black and white photographs depicts buildings on campus and student life in the 1930s and 1940s. Several of these images appeared in the 1948 yearbook. In addition, three boxes of negatives span from 1935 through 1976 and include both photographs and artwork that appeared in the yearbooks. The collection is arranged chronologically.
François Loup (b. 1940) is a Swiss-born bass, actor, director, and was an associate professor at the University of Maryland's School of Music from 1996 to 2011. During a career in opera that has lasted more than half a century, Loup has given more than one hundred performances in major roles at the Metropolitan Opera of New York. The materials in this collection date from 1936 to 1990 and consist of scores Loup used and annotated extensively for his directorial work.