This collection contains the photographic work of Stanford Barouh, a graduate of the University of Maryland and a photographer/photojournalist active in the Washington, D.C. area. Barouh’s photography spans many genres, including the performing arts, portraits, and art photography. This collection contains his promotional photography for performing arts productions in the Washington, D.C. area, predominantly in theatre.
The Star Music Company was founded in 1904 by Benjamin George McFall, owner of The Eagle, a newspaper in Eldred, Pennsylvania. The Star Music Company served as a publisher for McFall's personal works as well as those of Russell Alexander, Frank Losey, Charles J. Rockwell, George Mann, and many others. The Star Music Company Collection contains 94 folio size pieces, with parts.
The State Board of Agriculture, whose members included the Regents of the University of Maryland, was founded in 1916 as an authority to enforce the laws of the state of Maryland relating to agriculture. The board was abolished in 1972 with the creation of the Maryland Department of Agriculture. The collection consists of the administrative records of the board and includes annual reports, forms, pamphlets, and charts documenting animal disease control and the administration of the board.