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Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:

Schramek genealogy notes

Identifier: MS 2654

This collection contains the research notes and collected resources--such as photocopies of land papers, military records, vital records, photographs, newspaper clippings, genealogical charts, and correspondence--of genealogist Claudia Schramek. The families represented in the collection include the Coursey, DeCoursey, Pearre, Duvall, Hall, Schramek, and Warfield.

Dates: 1654-1979

Shipley family genealogy

Identifier: MS 2514

This collection contains information on the genealogy of the Shipley family as well as related families. Records include handwritten copies of land grants, wills, inventories, birth records, obituaries, wedding announcements, family histories, bible records, and news articles.

Dates: 1695-1979

The Sentinels of the Republic collection

Identifier: MS 2451
Abstract Material includes statements of policy, minutes of meetings, correspondence between officers, letters from officers to various political organizations, copies of bills introduced to Congress, newspaper clippings, lists of members. There are separate files of letters and speeches by Thomas Francis Cadwalader, chairman of the executive committee of the Sentinels, mostly letters to the Editor of "The Sun". The "Sentinels of the Republic" were organized in 1922 to maintain the fundamental...
Dates: 1922 - 1950

Twentieth International Navigation Congress scrapbook

Identifier: MS 2670

This is the scrapbook of Lillian H. Hofmeister, who was the wife of the Baltimore Harbormaster, Jean Hofmeister, during the Twentieth International Navigation Congress held in Baltimore, Maryland from September 11 to 19, 1961. The purpose of the convention was to address topics of international seaport development for the accommodation of nuclear vessels and supertankers.

Dates: 1961

Van Bibber-Goodwin-Hart family papers

Identifier: MS 2778

This collection consists of the family papers of the Van Bibber, Goodwin, and Hart families, 1795-1955.

Dates: 1795 - 1955

William M. Marine collection

Identifier: MS 1016

William Matthew Marine, 1843-1904, was a Baltimore attorney, the collector of the Port of Baltimore during the 1890's, and an amateur writer. This collection contains 32 boxes comprised of his legal and political correspondence, notes, and clippings from 1808-1904.

Dates: 1808-1904