Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Bill Marker Papers
Scope and Contents Note This collection documents local Baltimore City elections, Maryland state elections, and national elections through Democratic party candidates' political campaign materials between 1976-2022. Personal and political papers were added after the original donation. The collection includes 118 campaign posters, campaign signs, and voting signs; 21 political t-shirts; and campaign ephemera such as proposals and collected campaign pens. The bulk of the collection consists of campaign signs which...
Found in: Baltimore Studies Archives / Bill Marker Papers
David H. Hugel Papers
Abstract David H. Hugel earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1973 and Master of Science in Criminal Justice in 1977 from the University of Baltimore. He worked as a reporter in Baltimore and in public relations on several political campaigns. His legal career included positions with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration among others. A Vietnam veteran, Hugel has written extensively about...
Found in: Baltimore Studies Archives / David H. Hugel Papers
Frank Lidinsky Political Campaign Collection
Collection — Box 4
Scope and Contents This collection contains local Baltimore, Maryland political campaign ephemera from the second half of the 20th century spanning 1940-2000. While most material relates to Baltimore elections, some state and a few national political candidates are also represented. The collection includes flyers and other textual ephemera, organized alphabetically by candidate; political campaign stickers, buttons, and campaign signs; and records of Baltimore Democratic clubs, including the Mount Royal...
Post Card Project at the University of Baltimore Collection
Scope and Contents The Post Card Project at the University of Baltimore Collection contains over 700 postcards depicting the people and places of Baltimore from the colonial era through the twentieth century. Each series is organized according to the collections of Bert Smith, Greg Otto, and the Great Blacks in Wax Museum. The postcards in these series show miniature versions of original artwork depicting Baltimore's landscapes in addition to postcards showing African American life. A fourth series contains...