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WRKL Station records

 Collection 0018-MMC-LAB
Overview Rockland County's first radio station, WRKL began broadcasting on July 4, 1964. WRKL featured local and world news, call-in shows and some music. Known for featuring controversial guests and topics, WRKL was firebombed in 1967 after an appearance by a representative from the Congress for Racial Equality on the popular call-in show "Hotline." The station resumed broadcasting shortly after the bombing and went on to earn several prestigious awards for journalism including the DuPont-Columbia...

Albert R. Wynn papers

 Collection 0336-MDHC
Overview Albert R. Wynn represented Maryland's Fourth Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives from 1993 to 2008. Prior to that service Wynn served as director of the Prince George's County Consumer Protection Commission and in the Maryland General Assembly. After his defeat in the 2008 Democratic primary by Donna Edwards, Wynn resigned in order to take a position with the lobbying firm Dickstein Shapiro. Edwards won a special election to serve the remainder of his term....

Yarbrough and Cowan Collection

 Collection 0010-IPAM
Overview Joan Yarbrough (--) and Robert Cowan (--) were a husband-and-wife piano duo involved in numerous performances throughout their career. They were duo-pianists in residence at the University of Montevallo in Alabama and artist-faculty members at the Brevard Music Center in North Carolina. They also gave performances throughout the world, including in the Far East, Russia, and Austria. The collection consists of correspondence, programs, articles, recordings, flyers, photographs, music journals,...

Arnold Yates Paper collection

 Collection 0097-LIT
Overview Arnold Yates, 1900-1971, born in Cheshire, UK, was apprenticed as a tool-maker at age 14. Through his membership in the Liverpool Branch of the Independent Labour Party and his own interest and study, he became an expert on William Morris and began collecting Morris materials. In 1919, he opened a bookshop in Liverpool, but, in 1921, joined Messers A. E. Parry and Co., Booksellers, eventually selling the business in 1949 and retiring to the Cotswolds. A bibliophile and collector from...

Ben Yomen Labor cartoons

 Collection 0496-LBR
Overview Ben Yomen was a cartoonist from the 1930s to the 1990s. This collection consists of 40 original labor cartoons created by Ben Yomen, which were published in Federated Press publications and CIO News in the 1940s. It also includes printed cartoons, an exhibit folder, and an United Automobile Workers Solidarity article.

E. P. Young papers

 Collection 0288-UA
Overview Edgar Paul Young (1928-2008) joined the faculty of the Animal Science Department of the University of Maryland in 1958. He served as chair of the department from 1968 to 1982, and he retired from the university in 1989. The papers document Young's research, writing, advising, and outreach activities during his early career as a professor. Materials consist of lab notes, data charts, research proposals, manuscripts, correspondence, association files, photographs, field day handouts, and judging...

Elizabeth L. Young papers

 Collection 0186-MMC
Overview Dr. Elizabeth L. Young's career in broadcasting spans from the 1960s to the present and includes work in public radio, public television and satellite telecommunications. Starting at American University's WAMU-FM, Young worked at organizations including National Public Radio (NPR), the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), Kansas Public Telecommunications Commission and the Public Service Satellite Consortium. This collection documents her work at CPB and NPR including her work for a CPB...

Young Socialist Alliance records

 Collection 0187-UA
Overview The Young Socialist Alliance (YSA), a youth organization connected to the Socialist Workers Party, was established at the University of Maryland in the 1970s. This collection contains material from the 1976-1977 school year, including meeting minutes and agendas, press releases and newspaper clippings about domestic and international affairs, event brochures, YSA handbooks, and a program from the 1976 Socialist Party convention.

Jack Zane collection

 Collection 0217-UA
Overview John W. "Jack" Zane served as the sports information director at the University of Maryland from 1970 until 1988. Zane received his bachelor's degree in Journalism from Maryland in 1960 and worked as the sports information director at George Washington University before returning to UMD. After Herb Harnett took over as sports information director, Zane took on other responsibilities in the athletic department, including ticket manager and director of the Walk of Fame at the Comcast Center....

Zoel J. Parenteau papers

 Collection 0051-MMC-NPBA
Overview Zoel J. Parenteau Jr. (1933-2008) was a key figure in two midwestern public television stations, first at Kansas City, Missouri's public television station (KCPT) from 1960 to 1966 and subsequently at the Wichita, Kansas public television station (KPTS) from 1972 to 1997. In 1978, he was elected to a three-year term as a professional director at the Public Broadcasting Service. He also served on the board of trustees of the Association of America's Public Television Stations (APTS) from 1990 to...

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