Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection documents the history and work of the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland between 1919 and 2019 and includes case files, correspondence, reports, publications, clippings, and programs. Notably the collection contains materials related to the nonprofit’s work regarding discrimination, housing, education, employment, gender, and other issues in Maryland.
Overview The American Society of Pension Actuaries was founded in 1966 as a non-profit professional organization acting on behalf of actuaries policy. This collection includes subject files related to pension benefits from the non-profit.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of draft legislation, correspondence, and supporting documents dealing with design protection law. Giles Rich headed the Coordinating Committee on Revision and Amendment of Patent Laws of the National Council of Patent Law Associations throughout this period when the bulk of the papers were created, having come to prominence in the field through his work drafting a federal patent statute which took effect in 1953.
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Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of political campaign materials from local, state, and national elections, with an emphasis on Maryland Democratic Party candidates. Campaign materials include bumper stickers, political brochures, flyers, cards, and circulars. The collection also contains governmental reports and publications on a variety of issues, including civil rights, urban planning, highways and roads, juvenile courts and criminal justice, and state economic data from the 1960s through...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of reports, correspondence, clippings, interview tapes, transcripts, and photographs documenting Gertrude Williams' career in the Baltimore City Public School System, with particular focus on Barclay Middle School (P.S. 054). Topics covered include desegregation, efforts to institute school based management and school center budgeting, and the perennial struggle over city and state funding for education.
Scope and Content Note This collection documents the activities of John A. Donaho & Associates between 1950 and 1969. John A. Donaho & Associates was a consulting firm based in Baltimore County, Maryland, owned and operated by John A. Donaho, that worked with local, state, and international governments and clients. Materials are mainly textual and include preliminary and finished company reports.
Scope and Contents Minutes, speeches, obituaries, membership applications, colonial court records, and publications.