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Glenway Wescott collection

 Collection 0050-LIT
Overview Glenway Wescott (1901-1987) was the author of novels, poetry, short stories, and essays. He met Katherine Anne Porter in Paris in the 1930s, and they remained friends for many years. Wescott's papers include several versions of the manuscript for a never-completed edition of some of Porter's letters. The book was titled Letters to a Circle of Friends 1933-1962: Thirty Years of Friendship and was to include correspondence from Porter, Wescott, Monroe Wheeler,...

WGAZ/WSBT Station records

 Collection 0169-MMC
Overview The WGAZ/WSBT Station Records contain information pertaining to the origins and early operations of radio station WGAZ/WSBT in South Bend, Indiana. WGAZ was Indiana's first commercial radio station, owned by the South Bend Tribune newspaper. WGAZ broadcast its first commercial radio program on July 3, 1922. The station was started and managed by Tribune staff member, Eugene Leuchtman. In 1925, the station's call letters were...

John T. Whalen papers

 Collection 0188-MDHC
Overview The papers of John T. Whalen (1898-1980) consist of fifty-five letters written by Whalen to his mother in Mt. Hebron, Maryland, between 1917 and 1918, when Whalen was in the U. S. Army during World War I. Whalen wrote from Fort Howard, Maryland; Locust Point, Maryland; Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D. C.; Sparrows Point, Maryland; and Fort Monroe, Virginia. The letters inquire about family matters and describe his life as a member of the Coast Artillery Corps and as a patient in the...

Carol Wharton papers

 Collection 0157-MDHC
Overview Carol Wharton (1907-1958) was a staff correspondent for the Baltimore Evening Sun and wrote articles on art and politics. The collection consists of her scrapbooks containing copies of her articles.

WHB Radio scrapbooks

 Collection 0168-MMC
Overview John T. Schilling and Sam Adair founded radio station WHB in Kansas City in 1922. WHB became affiliated with the Mutual Radio Network in 1936. The WHB Radio Scrapbooks span the years 1922-1953 with the bulk of the material dating from the 1930s and 1940s. The collection is comprised of scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, correspondence, advertisements and photographs relating to publicity for radio station WHB. One poster, "America's Newest Major Network Comes to Kansas City Over WHB",...

Charles E. White papers

 Collection 0283-UA
Overview Charles Edward White (1901-1973) was a professor of chemistry at the University of Maryland from 1926 to 1969 and author of numerous articles and textbooks. The White papers cover the years 1925 to 1973 and consist primarily of personal, research, and teaching files including graduate and research notes, course materials, publications, equipment and supply catalogs, memorabilia, photographs, and lantern slides.

Richard White collection

 Collection 0001-MDHC
Overview The Richard White Collection, which covers the period 1905 to 1920, includes correspondence between the Director of the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, H. J. Patterson, and the Superintendent of the Ridgely Sub-station, Charles Opperman. The two men discuss administrative details concerning the setup of the farm as an experiment sub-station, including questions about how expenses will be handled and what repairs should be made to the existing structures. The correspondence also...

Reed Whittemore papers

 Collection 0074-UA
Overview Edward Reed Whittemore, Jr. (1919-2012) was a poet and emeritus professor of English at the University of Maryland, where he taught from 1967 to 1984. He served twice as the Poetry Consultant for the Library of Congress. The author of a major biography of William Carlos Williams, he also wrote numerous volumes of poems and essays. Whittemore's papers include correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, notes, galleys, proofs, scrapbooks, diaries, published materials, newspaper and magazine clippings,...

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wilkins papers

 Collection 0094-LIT
Overview William R. (Bill) Wilkins (1928- ) was born in Loveland, Colorado. His family moved to northern California during Wilkins's childhood, and Wilkins later attended Humboldt State College, graduating in 1951. Wilkins and his college sweetheart, Fern Stahl (born 1927), married in 1952. After graduation, Wilkins joined the Navy, for which he served until his retirement in 1974 at the rank of Lieutenant Commander. Wilkins's military career resulted in many moves for him, Fern, and their two children,...

Joseph Wilkinson photographs

 Collection 0215-UA
Overview Joseph Wilkinson graduated with a B.S. from the College of Business and Public Administration at the University of Maryland in 1950. This collection consists of six images (photographs and accompanying negatives) donated by Wilkinson portraying life for veterans on campus that appeared in a 50th anniversary exhibit for the Class of 1950.

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