Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
This collection is composed of copies of newspaper, newsletter and theatre program clippings arguing against the Prohibition Amendement in 1916.
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.
The Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (BAIA) Collection consists of administrative records, organizational documents, by-laws, rosters, directories, financial and legal documents, minutes and agendas, membership records, letters, newsletters and magazines, flyers, brochures, announcements, news clippings, photographs, photographic slides, maps, and architectural drawings.
The Bennard Bloch Perlman Scrapbook Collection consists of 11 scrapbooks which contain letters, newspaper clippings, programs catalogues, ticket stubs, honor certificates and other assorted ephemera related to the career of Baltimore artist Bennard Bloch Perlman.
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.
The papers in the Cary-McHenry Family Collection span approximately 225 years. Materials include correspondence of James McHenry, James Howard McHenry, and other family members; memoirs; genealogical notes; and newspaper clippings.
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