Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Emma Collenberg Hale collection
This collection contains manuscripts, ephemera, and photographs related to the family of Emma Collenberg Hale (1913-2012), Le Roy Mitchell Hale (1913-1990), and Augusta Dorothy Collenberg Wise, all Baltimore City and Baltimore County residents. Included are mostly identified photographs of family members, as well as correspondence and miscellaneous ephemera saved by Emma Hale beginning in World War II. Also included are indentures, deeds, and surveys for Baltimore County, dated 1787-1862.
The ephemera collection consists of over one million items containing obsolete money and lottery tickets, playbills, invitations, billheads, menus, tobacco labels, match books, bottle caps, trade cards, flyers, pamphlets, catalogs, labels, and countless other items bearing advertisements dating from the 18th century to the present.
This collection contains correspondence, scrapbooks, photo albums, and printed ephemera of the Fairbank, Platt, and Rennie families, 1800s-1900s.
Finlay and Willis family manuscript collection
This collection consists of approximately 50 letters of correspondence between the Finlay and Willis families
Ford's Theatre collection
This is an artificial collection that contains financial records and theater programs from Ford's Theatre in Baltimore, dated 1880-1917.
Frank H. Robinson collection
This collection contains various items collected by the donor, Frank H. Robinson.
George Heller photograph and ephemera collection
This collection contains photographs and ephemera related to George Heller, a physician and an elected member of the Baltimore City Council.
H. Graham Wood manuscript collection
This collection contains research materials compiled by H. Graham Wood for his studies on steamboats and his book, “Steamboats out of Baltimore.”
Hambleton Theatrical collection
This collection documents theater across the ages with a focus on Baltimore-area productions and playhouses. Primarily holds ephemera, such as playbills, tickets, and advertisements, from many important Baltimore theaters, as well as notes from an exhibit on theater history created from collection materials at the Peale Museum in Baltimore