Established in 1948, WMUC is the student-run radio station at the University of Maryland and has offered generations of students the opportunity to gain experience in music, news, sports and cultural programming. The WMUC records primarily includes correspondence, memoranda, flyers, publications, audio reels, and photographic materials and documents the history, organization, programming, advertising, and promotion of the station.
Irvin Otto Wolf graduated from the University of Maryland in 1932. Wolf served as the editor-in-chief of the 1931 yearbook and participated in the Maryland Student Press Association, the New Mercer Literary Society, YMCA, and Latch Key Society, in addition to several academic fraternities. This collection contains five photographs of campus buildings from the 1930s.
Ruth S. Wolf was a member of the Prince George's County Board of Education from 1968 to 1973, serving as board president during the 1970-1971 school year. The papers document the activities of the Prince George's County Board of Education and the desegregation of the county public schools. The collection consists of clippings, correspondence, court documents, maps, memoranda, minutes, press releases, publications, reports, statements, statistical information, and working papers.
The Women's Action Coalition of Prince George's County is an organization that works to prevent discrimination against women. Subjects documented in the files include the International Women's Year, equality, Title IX, multicultural issues, education, and domestic violence. The Coalition's records contain minutes, bylaws, newsletters, and the history of the organization.