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The Wouter Keesing collection on Fats Domino and New Orleans R&B

 Collection 0070-SCPA
Abstract Antoine "Fats" Domino, Jr., (b. New Orleans, LA, February 26, 1928; d. Harvey, LA, October 24, 2017) was an iconic figure in the history of rock 'n' roll in the United States. The peak of his career took place in the 1950s, but he was actively involved in the music industry for most of his life. Renowned as a pianist and singer-songwriter, some of Fats Domino's greatest hits include "Blueberry Hills" (1956) and "Ain't That A Shame" (1955). This collection has been separated into six series...

Theodore Lettvin Collection

 Collection 0007-IPAM
Abstract A performer and music teacher, Theodore Lettvin (1926-2003) performed in many concerts as a soloist with orchestra, in recitals, and as accompanist at the National Gallery of Art, the New York Town Hall, the Phillips Gallery, and various concerts in Germany. Lettvin also was the head of the music department at Cleveland School of Music Settlement, as well as a professor of piano at University of Michigan, New England Conservatory of Music, and Rutgers University. In addition, Lettvin wrote...

Thomas DeLio papers

 Collection 0138-SCPA
Abstract Thomas DeLio, born Jan 7, 1951, is an American experimental music composer, author, and educator. His research includes analyses and discourse on the likes of John Cage, Morton Feldman, and Iannis Xenakis. He is currently a professor in music theory and composition at the University of Maryland. This collection contains correspondence, compositions and sketches by DeLio and his students, presentation papers from conferences and classes, DeLio's dissertation, theses and dissertations from...

Thomas E. Caneva papers

 Collection 0328-SCPA
Abstract Dr. Thomas E. Caneva (b.1957) is Director of Bands, Coordinator of Music, and Coordinator of Ensembles and Conducting at Ball State University. He has also served on the music faculties of the University of Illinois, University of Colorado, Auburn University, and the University of Texas. Under his direction, the bands at these schools have performed at festivals, conventions, and NCAA football bowl games. Dr. Caneva is an active member of the College Band Directors National Association...

Thomas Family papers

 Collection 0145-MDHC
Abstract The Thomas Family papers include eleven letters and six documents from three generations of the Philip Thomas family of Cecil County, Maryland. All but one of the letters were received by Philip Thomas, Jr.; the additional documents consist of a bond, a bill of sale, a land indenture, two wills, and a military certificate. There are records that indicate the Thomas family enslaved up to 45 people. Major topics include family concerns, the Napoleonic wars, social life in the early nineteenth...

Harold O. Thomen collection

 Collection 0175-UA
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Harold O. Thomen was a member of the University of Maryland Class of 1928. This collection includes six photographs depicting electrical engineering students in class and driving a car to a football game. Several items, including commencement programs, were transferred to the University Publications collection.

James Thompson papers

 Collection 0251-MDHC
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Group of six handwritten business letters to and from James Thompson of Pennsylvania from correspondents in Baltimore and Havre de Grace. One of the letters, written to James Thompson by Magrew and Virdin, gives details of the damage to the Tide Water Canal and of the accidental drowning of its superintendent William Boyd.

Oswald Tilghman papers

 Collection 0518-MDHC
Abstract The Oswald Tilghman papers consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and working papers related to historian and politician Oswald Tilghman of Easton in Talbot County, Maryland on the Eastern Shore. Documents date from the late 19th to the early 20th century. Correspondence includes letters and an invitation. Tthe newspaper clippings relate to a published excerpt of Tilghman’s History of Talbot County, Maryland, 1661-1861 devoted to John Dickinson. The working papers include...

Toaping Castle Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution records

 Collection 0545-MDHC
Abstract The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women's service organization and genealogical society for women who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution. The NSDAR was founded on October 11, 1890, and currently has 3,000 chapters across the United States and internationally and 185,000 members. Members participate in historic preservation projects, educational programs, and acts of patriotism in their...

Tobacco Workers International Union (TWIU) records

 Collection 0105-LBR
Abstract Founded in 1895 as the National Tobacco Workers Union of America, the Tobacco Workers International Union merged in 1978 with the Bakery and Confectionery Workers International Union to form the Bakery, Confectionery, and Tobacco Workers International Union. The Tobacco Workers International Union (TWIU) records date from 1896-1979 and include administrative files, organizers' correspondence and reports, documentation of locals' activities, financial records, memorabilia, publications, and...

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Special Collections and University Archives 1049
Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library 343
 
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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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Green, Archie 1
Green, Karin 1
Greiff, Helen 1
Greyhound Lines, Inc. 1
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Hays, Claudia C. 1
Henle, Peter 1
Hillquit, Nina 1
Hodell, Chuck 1
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Local 49 (Boston, Mass.) 1
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Justice for Janitors 1
Kahn, Si 1
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