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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 of Music Theory (SMT) was created in 1977. SMT branched off from the American Musicological Society to fulfill a need for a national Music Theory Society. SMT holds annual meetings at different universities and publishes SMT Newsletter and Music Theory Spectrum. This collection contains records from past Presidents, Secretaries, and Treasurers, records from the Executive Board meetings, By-laws and business office records,...

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...

Solveig Lunde Madsen Collection

 Collection 0006-IPAM
Abstract A performer and music educator, Solveig Lunde Madsen (1920-2011; originally known as Dorothy Lunde) performed in many recitals and orchestra concerts, including a concert tour of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden with the Scandinavian Symphony Orchestra of Detroit. Madsen also taught music at Brigham Young University and the University of Utah and was an active member of the American Liszt Society. This collection includes press books, publicity files, articles, clippings, concert programs and...

Sound and Color of Poetry (SCOP) Publications, Inc. records

 Collection 0085-LIT
Abstract Sound and Color of Poetry (SCOP) Publications (1976-2002) was a non-profit, literary press based in College Park, Maryland. SCOP Publications subsisted mostly on grants and contributions. Its better known publications include American Classic: Car Poems for Collectors (1985) and Laurels: Eight Women Poets (1998), a publication documenting the biographies and including poems of eight female Poets Laureate. This collection...

Space Shuttle audio recordings

 Collection 0582-MMC
Abstract The Space Shuttle was a spacecraft system operated by the United States' National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) from 1981 to 2011. The Space Shuttle program carried out routine transportation of both people and cargo, from Earth into orbit. During the thirty years of its operation, the Space Shuttle flew 135 missions, two of which were failures. The Challenger disaster in 1986 (flight STS-51-L) resulted in the grounding of the Space Shuttle program for two years, and the...

Special Collections in Mass Media and Culture Serials collection

 Collection 0185-MMC
Abstract

The Special Collections in Mass Media and Culture Serials collection contains fan magazines, academic journals, industry trade magazines, yearbooks, and bound press releases documenting radio, television, advertising, journalism, film, and humor from the early 1900's to the present.

Joseph Spence papers

 Collection 0514-MDHC
Scope and Contents

The Joseph Spence papers span the years 1862 to 1864. The collection consists of correspondence sent from Civil War battlefields in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Topics covered include living conditions, finances, health and fitness, descriptions of encounters with rebels, and thoughts on the war, its officers, and rebels.

Jean Spencer papers

 Collection 0178-MDHC
Abstract Jean Spencer (1933-1992), a University of Maryland graduate, was an expert in the area of state and local government. In 1966, Governor Tawes selected Spencer to work as staff director of the Commission for the Modernization of the Maryland Government. In 1967, she became the assistant director of the Governor's Task Force on Modern Management under Governor Spiro T. Agnew. Spencer was also the research staff director for the Maryland Consitutional Convention of 1967-1968. While working for...

Grace Delafield Day Spier papers

 Collection 0033-LIT
Abstract

Grace Delafield Day Spier (1901-1980) was a social activist, a friend of Katherine Anne Porter, and the sister of Dorothy Day, editor of the Catholic Worker. She became active in the literary and intellectual circles of Greenwich Village in the second decade of the twentieth century. The collection consists of correspondence from Katherine Anne Porter about mutual acquaintances and personal life.

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Special Collections and University Archives 1072
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Agnew, Spiro T. 5
Humphrey, Hubert H. 4
Brown, Irving, 1911- 3
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald 3
McKeldin, Theodore R. (Theodore Roosevelt) 3
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Dubinsky, David 2
Eisenhower, Dwight David 2
Goldberg, Arthur J. (Goldberg, Arthur Joseph) 2
Goldfinger, Nathaniel 2
Hill, Norman, 1933- 2
Hoover, Herbert 2
Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972 2
Johnson, Lyndon Baines 2
Lovestone, Jay 2
Meany, George 2
Morrison, Frank 2
Nixon, Richard Milhous 2
Ruttenberg, Stanley H., 1917- 2
Schnitzler, William F. 2
Stevenson, Adlai E., II 2
Uehlein, Joe 2
Woll, Matthew 2
Abel, Iorwith Wilber 1
Adolph Coors Company 1
Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America 1
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Local 63 (New York, N.Y.) 1
American Federation of Hosiery Workers 1
Anderson, Mary 1
Ayers, Jake 1
Bacon, Denise 1
Baldinger, Wilbur H. 1
Barkin, Solomon, 1907-2000 1
Basharah, Michael 1
Blaydes, Laurel 1
Boggs, Michael D., 1948- 1
Braunthal, Alfred 1
Brookwood Labor College 1
Brown, George T. 1
Brown, Theodore E. 1
Bryant, Elise 1
Carranza, Venustiano 1
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Association 1
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park (Agency : U.S.) 1
Cohen, Larry 1
Cornfield, Gilbert 1
Curran, Joseph Edwin 1
Davis, Jerame 1
Delaplaine, Rocky 1
Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund) 1
Dubrow, Evelyn 1
Dulles, John Foster 1
El-Shazil, Heba 1
Ellenberger, James N. 1
Epstein, Dena J. Polacheck, 1916–2013 1
Feldman, Gilbert 1
Fernbach, Frank, 1911-1984 1
Food Lion 1
Friedman, Martin L., 1923- 1
Gavran, Peter 1
Glazer, Joe 1
Gold, Robin 1
Goldberg, Harry, 1901- 1
Gomez, Susan 1
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
Italian Confederation of Workers' Trade Unions 1
Italian Dressmakers' Union 1
Italian Federation of Labor 1
Italian Labour Union 1
Italian Socialist Federation (U.S.) 1
Italian Socialist Party 1
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
Kehrer, E. T., 1921- 1
Kemble, Penn (Kemble, Richard Penn) 1
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Kennedy, Robert F. 1
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French 8
German 4
Latin 4
Czech 3