Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 81 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches, programs, official reports, pamphlets, brochures, bound volumes of membership applications, constitution and by-laws, membership records, minutes, journals, ledgers.
Scope and Contents Minutes, correspondence, by-laws, membership applications, quarterly and annual reports,photographs, newspaper clippings, and publications.
Scope and Contents Minutes, correspondence, flyers, by-laws, membership applications, quarterly and annual reports. The bulk of this collection is comprised of the James A. Garfield Camp, No. 1 records. This camp was organized in 1883 and met at the Grand Army Hall, 416 East Baltimore Street.
Scope and Contents The SLA MD collection contains the records of the Maryland Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). The chapter’s members work in academia, corporations, legal institutions, government agencies, museums, public libraries, medical institutions, and non-profit organizations. Materials include officer’s files; governing documents; annual reports; awards; committee files; correspondence, including email; membership files; meetings and programs files; chapter...
Content Description The Ten Hills Collection contains the records of the Ten Hills Community Association (THCA), records and research materials of Stephen Israel’s that relate to the development of Ten Hills, and clay model buildings that represent the neighborhood of Ten Hills in Baltimore, Maryland. This collection ranges from approximately 1800 – 2013, and contains information not only about the Ten Hills neighborhood, but about Baltimore City, Hunting Ridge, Edmondson Village, and immediately surrounding parts...
Scope and Contents This collection consists primarily of papers concerning Judge Black’s involvement as an officer of the Baltimore City Republican Party, including: correspondence; campaign brochures, buttons, bumper stickers, broadsides and literature; publications; financial records; minutes; speeches and talks.
Abstract The Waterfront Coalition was a citizens community group that formed in 1987 and monitored waterfront development in Baltimore City and its effect on Baltimore neighborhoods, communities, and businesses. It represented the interests of homeowners and businesses in Fells Point, Canton, Butchers Hill, and other neighborhoods. This collection contains materials documenting the activities and interests of the Coalition throughout the late 1980s until it dissolved in approximately 2015.