Found in 67 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.
This collection contains five volumes of newspaper clippings on the Baltimore Fire Department and accounts of fires from 1887-1908. The scrapbooks include clippings about electric subways and movement to abandon overhead wires in Baltimore, 1894-1896, preserved by A. Rozel Cathcart, President of Board of Fire Commissioners.
Charles Carroll scrapbook
Scrapbook of events of the bicentenary celebration of the birth of Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832).
Civil War scrapbook
Collection of newspaper clippings relating to the Civil War, collected by George William Brown, Mayor of Baltimore 1860-1861.
The collection contains scrapbooks, album books, commonplace books, and cookbooks belonging to members of the Edward Johnson and Mary Ann Buchanan Coale family as well as to their extended family.
Dickinson family papers
This collection consists of the Dickinson family history dating back to 1334 in Cheshire, England. It includes a handwritten transcript of the history, copies of land records from the Talbot County Courthouse 1684-1709, 2 scrapbooks with death notices of the family and other miscellaneous clippings 1893-1918.
This collection contains the business papers of George W. Dobbin, including case files, legal papers, and correspondence. Also included are various scrapbooks of theatre programs, as well as Robert Davidson Brown's journal describing his trip abroad.
Duke and Duchess of Windsor scrapbooks
This collection consists of 23 scrapbooks containing newspaper and magazine clippings regarding the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, 1936-1938. Topics include the abdication crisis, the personal lives of the Duke and Duchess, their marriage and exile in France, and political and diplomatic events leading up to World War II.
Edwin Warfield manuscript collection
This collection contains scrapbooks and correspondence related to Governor Edwin Warfield’s career. The scrapbooks hold newspaper clippings, correspondence, and more about major issues Warfield faced as governor, especially on environmental issues such as oyster preservation and game and hunting laws. A large portion of correspondence is related to the proposed Poe Amendment.
Edwin Warfield papers
Consists of 15 volumes of scrapbooks concerning the career of Edwin Warfield.