MAN. Manuscript Collections
Found in 600 Collections and/or Records:
This collection of Shriver family papers focuses mainly on the correspondence of David Shriver Sr., David Shriver Jr., Abraham Shriver, and James Shriver of Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Topics generally focus on Maryland politics, business, and engineering projects on roads and canals.
This collection contains photocopies of the diaries written by Sidney George Fisher (1809-1871) of his life at Mount Harmon, a plantation located in Cecil County, Maryland. Some of the topics Fisher wrote about in his diaries include agriculture, slavery, the South, and his social life.
This large collection deals almost exclusively with Sidney Hollander's long career as a social activist and reformer, a career which spanned 1938-1971 and which led Hollander to grapple with a wide variety of American social problems. The dates of the collection span 1926-1972.
This collection contains records of the Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of Maryland from 1892-2007 and includes membership applications, annual reports, minutes, programs, correspondence, Secretary’s papers, publications, and miscellaneous items such insurance data and roster cards.