Marye, William Bose, 1886-1979
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
A Map of Part of (Old) Baltimore County , Showing Original Place Names, Mostly of the Seventeenth Century., undated
This collection contains correspondence related to the acquisition by the Baltimore Museum of Art of the wood paneling from two Maryland houses--Eltonhead Manor in Calvert County and Habre de Venture in Charles County.
This collection contains photographs made or collected by William B. Marye, including formal studio portraits of Gittings family members and other individuals, and a photo of Roslin (also spelled Roslyn), and the Gittings family home near Upper Falls in Baltimore County, Maryland. Other subjects are outdoor views at sites in Maryland counties, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, some made by William B. Marye and including informal portraits of Edward G. Warns.
William Bose Marye was a genealogist for the Colonial Dames of America, a writer on Native American history in Maryland, as well as the corresponding secretary for the Maryland Historical Society, 1939-1969. In this oral history interview, he discusses his family background and boyhood in the Joppatowne area and at 714 St. Paul Street in Baltimore. He also speaks about Jessie Lee Bennett's salon, Maryland families, and many of his contemporaries.
William Bose Marye was a genealogist for the Colonial Dames of America and a corresponding secretary for the Maryland Historical Society, 1939-1969, as well as a writer on Native American history in Maryland. In this interview, he expands upon his previous interview, offering additions and revisions.
William Bose Marye was a genealogist and writer on Maryland archaeology and Native American artifacts. In this interview, he discusses the Bryn Mawr dig; findings on the Gunpowder River; and the origin of pieces in the collection of the Maryland Historical Society.
This collection contains correspondence, genealogical, topographical and historical research material, and items of a more personal nature such as financial data, travel journals, and wills of William Bose Marye (1886-1979). Marye was a prominent authority on Maryland history, genealogy, topography, and Indian archaeology.