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Abstract Chester L. Wickwire (b. 1913 – d. 2008) was a social and political activist who advocated for civil rights and social welfare and fought against segregation in twentieth-century Baltimore, Maryland, and who was a Chaplain emeritus of Johns Hopkins University. This collection documents his work with Levering Hall YMCA at Johns Hopkins University, his position as Chaplain, and his social advocacy work.
Abstract The Emmart Memorial Award was established in 1974 by the A.D. Emmart Memorial Fund, Inc. to honor Baltimore journalist A.D. Emmart and to recognize published journalism and writing related to the humanities. This collection contains materials related to the history of the A.D. Emmart Award and the administration of the Award contest between 1974 and 1993.
Scope and Contents Correspondence, magazine and newspaper clippings, travel souvenirs, articles by Risteau, poster, yearbook, and books.
Scope and Contents Correspondence, speeches, articles, newspaper clippings, and legislation related to the issue of urban renewal at the municipal, state, and national levels.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Personal papers relating to William Hughes’ work as a newspaper contributor, radio commentator, and Irish-American activist; includes 19 audio and 6 video tapes.
- Subject: articles X
- Baltimore Committee for Political Freedom 1
- Baltimore YMCA 1
- Emmart, A. D. (Aldolphus Dunan), 1902-1973 1
- Holroyd, Fred, 1942- 1
- Hughes, William C., 1937- 1
- Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Baltimore 1
- Irish National Caucus 1
- Irish People 1
- Johns Hopkins University. Levering Hall YMCA 1
- Maryland Committee to Uphold the Public Accommodations Law 1
- Maryland Historical Society 1
- McCloskey, Ann 1
- Risteau, Mary Eliza Watters, 1890-1978 1
- Shivers, Frank R., 1924- 1
- Sinn Fein 1
- United Church of Christ 1
- United States Commission on Civil Rights. Maryland Advisory Committee 1
- WBAI Radio (New York, N.Y.) 1
- Wickwire, Chester 1
- YMCA of Greater Baltimore 1 ∧ less