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Glass plate negatives photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0011

This collection contains glass plate negatives that depict various aspects of Maryland social, political, and economic history, including. These aspects include buildings, monuments, cemeteries, schools, businesses, industry, recreation, scenes, streets, transportation, residences, and parks. Maryland locations documented include Baltimore City, Annapolis, Ellicott City, Baltimore County, Harford County, Prince Anne's County, and Somerset County.

Dates: 1890-1930

Leisenring photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0029

This collection of photographs contains images from various events in Baltimore, circa 1900.

Dates: circa 1900

Maryland World War II photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0245

This collection contains photographs collected by the World War II Records Division of the Maryland Historical Society. Topics include images of awards, civilian companies and organizations, military (training centers, camps, etc.), resources useable, and volunteer organizations.

Dates: 1945-1965

Mrs. W. Wallace Symington ephemera collection

Identifier: MS 3096
Abstract The collection consists of eight boxes of miscellaneous print ephemera relating to various Baltimore cultural institutions and organizations. The material is organized alphabetically by organization. The majority of the items are publications from Baltimore organizations, institutions, colleges, and invitations personally sent to Mrs. Symington. Organizations represented include the Baltimore Opera Company, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Center Stage, GBMC, John Hopkins University and...
Dates: 1961 - 1992

Trustees of the Maryland Historical Society oral history collection

Identifier: OH TMHS

The Trustees of the Maryland Historical Society oral history collection includes three interviews with members of the Maryland Historical Society Board of Trustees. The interviews document the narrators' family histories and how each became involved with the Maryland Historical Society.

Dates: 2003 August 5- November 4