Maryland -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The papers in this collection are divided into three groups, the Anna Ella Carroll papers, the Cradock family papers, and the Jensen family papers, dating 1738-1968. This container list provides the portion of the collection that has been microfilmed. Each item has a subsequent microfilm identifier that has been included in a "General" note.
E. Ridgely Simpson manuscript collection
This collection contains correspondence, ephemera, newspaper clippings and other items related to E. Ridgely Simpson’s 1924 Congressional campaign.
Oliver Carr manuscript collection
This collection contains one box of manuscript material related to Oliver Carr, former Secretary of Labor from Maryland.
Philip B. Perlman photograph collection
This collection consists of individual and group portraits of Philip B. Perlman with noted Maryland legislators and political thinkers. Individuals include H. L. Mencken, Governor Albert C. Ritchie, Senator George L. Radcliffe, and Adjutant General Henry M. Warfield. The dates of the collection span 1917-1952.
Philip H. Goodman photograph collection
This collection includes photographs collected by Philip H. Goodman, documenting his political career as a Baltimore, Maryland Mayor and City Council member and United States Senator.
This collection contains seventy-six scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings and magazine articles collected by Maryland governor Albert C. Ritchie pertaining mainly to his public life from 1915-1936. This includes pocket notebooks, diaries, notes for speeches, and printed reports.
Robert Fowler correspondence
This collection contains the business and financial papers of Robert W. Fowler, a delegate to the Maryland General Assembly a-nd Maryland's State Treasurer, 1862-1870.
The Sentinels of the Republic collection
Thomas H. Robinson papers
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.