Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the personal correspondence and diaries of Charles Sidney Winder, a captain in the United States army and later a Confederate general who was killed in 1862. Also included is a letter from McHenry Howard to Winder's widow describing her husband's death, as well as newspaper clippings detailing the Battle of Cedar Mountain, the conflict in which Winder was killed. The collection spans 1852-1862.
Scrapbook of newspaper articles pertaining chiefly to the secession movement, Civil War politics and battles, and other news events of the period. Also contains essays, speeches, poetry and songs, many on Civil War themes.
The materials in the Claire McCardell collection span the years from 1923 –1995. The materials consist of letters; newspaper and magazine articles, advertisements, and pictures of clothing; date books; passports; business correspondence; notes and manuscript drafts; and books published by and about Claire.
The Cohen family collection contains correspondence between several family members regarding several topics including civil rights, genealogy, and Fort McHenry. The materials in the collection are dated from 1818 to 1945.
Contains newspaper clippings related to the life and career of Douglas H. Thomas, Sr. (1847-1919). The clippings document Thomas’ involvement in Baltimore politics, his banking career, and his interest in American history and genealogy, as well as obituaries for his family, friends, and colleagues. Documents related to the sale of enslaved woman Martha Ann “Patty” Atavis and the Whitridge family, such as copies of John Whitridge’s will, are also included in the collection.
This collection contains materials related to Baltimore City College history and reunions collected by Francis Millard Foard (1898-1986), an alumni relations correspondent and instructor in languages at the school.