MAN. Manuscript Collections
Found in 600 Collections and/or Records:
The Terminal Shipping Company was one of Baltimore's largest steamship agencies and stevedoring firms. The account books show its operation expenses for stevedoring and shipping during the early-to-mid twentieth century and include profits, losses, major accounts, and investments.
"The Salute" is a humorous newsletter for Baltimore friends in the Armed Forces, stationed more than 50 miles from Baltimore, published every two weeks. Each book contains numerous letters to the editor by its readers, during WWII.
The Thomas and Hugg papers consists of about 1,500 items (filling 22 boxes) relating to the families Jacob W. Hugg, Sr., a Baltimore ship master and merchant, and John L. Thomas, Collector of the Port of Baltimore.
This collection contains correspondence, oral history transcripts, typescripts of speeches and books, and subject files. The bulk of the material concerns Dr. Thomas G. Pullen's (1898-1979) contribution to education in Maryland, especially the desegregation of public schools and the accreditation of the University of Baltimore.
This collection primarily contains the correspondence of Thomas H. Robinson, Attorney General for Maryland from 1924 until his death in 1930. Other records describe his law practice, as well as his involvement as a Democratic leader in Harford County.