MAN. Manuscript Collections
Found in 601 Collections and/or Records:
This collection primarily consists of genealogical records pertaining to the families of Ashcom and Reeder, but the families of Muir, Dawson, Thompson, Hooper, Gourley, Gould, Godwin, and Briscoe are also mentioned.
This collection contains the records for the Asssociate Reformed Congregation of Baltimore, including registers of adult members, occasional communicants, baptisms, marriages, deaths, and removals.
This collection is composed of copies of newspaper, newsletter and theatre program clippings arguing against the Prohibition Amendement in 1916.
This collection consists of personal papers belonging to the Atkinson and Smith families as well as business papers related to the Baltimore Chemical Works, a firm operated from 1833-1851 by James E. Atkinson (d. 1851) and his brother-in-law, Robert Marsh Smith (1813-1893).
This is an artificial collection of famous autographs and engravings of notable individuals within the MdHS collections. The dates of the material range from the 17th century to the 20th century. Famous names include Queen Victoria of Great Britain, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Washington Irving, Alexander Hamilton, and Napoleon Bonaparte, among many others.
The Bahr Family Collection spans over 70 years from 1928 to 2001. Leonard Bahr, an artist himself, was enthusiastically interested in the Baltimore art scene. Materials included in this collection are correspondence, publications, newspaper clippings, a phonograph, a broadside, and a topographical map of Baltimore. Generally, these items relate to the artistic community and Baltimore as a whole.