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Collection consists of one scrapbook created by an unknown St. Mary’s Seminary Junior College student. The scrapbook is dated to approximately 1962-1963.
Photograph album containing pictures of students at St. Mary's Female Seminary during the 1910s. The photos have been reused by the college in a variety of contexts due to the inherent aesthetic beauty of the photographs and the skill of the photographer. Both the high quality of the photographs and the lack of textual information give the scrapbook an air of mystery.
Materials in this collection include correspondence, notes, and report cards relating to Lillie Bounds (HS 1905), Delsie Bounds (HS 1912), Florence Bounds (HS 1901), and (Mary) Alberta (Bailey) Tompkins (JC 1940). Collection also includes a description of Alberta Tompkins' time at St. Mary's.
A small collection of items from Ann (Brittingham) Suthowski '57 JC from her time at St. Mary's Female Seminary-Junior College, including photographs as well as items from her involvement in drama activities at the school.
Scrapbook of Ann (Tilghman) Button, who graduated from St. Mary’s Female Seminary High School in 1946. Includes photographs of Charlotte Hall Military Academy cadets while dating. Also has two alumni reunion photographs and a collection of small, felt pennant stickers.
The Anne D. Grulich research papers contain the research notes of Anne D. Grulich, whose interests included the history of enslaved persons in Maryland (particularly their relationship to St. Mary's Female Seminary) as well as St. George Island.
Map of the Chesapeake Bay commissioned by Antoine de Sartine, French Navy Secretary of State, 1778. Based on Anthony Smith's 1776 map entitled: A New and Accurate Chart of the Bay of Chesapeake.
In 2014, the Calvert Marine Museum partnered with the Maryland Sea Grant College and Watershed Productions to conduct a series of five video recorded oral history interviews with Senator Fowler. Five interviewers posed questions that resulted in over seven hours of oral histories that cover a range of topics.
Materials in this collection include newspaper clippings, one photograph album, photographs, scrapbooks, and writings of Betty Jane (BJ) Howard Jasper, 1947 graduate of St. Mary's Seminary Junior College.
Eight original poems by Carl E. Walker, sent to donor Margaret Erickson in 1985. Both Carl E. Walker and Margaret Erickson are former professors at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
This collection contains one brief biographical sketch of Cecilia C. (Coad) Roberts, alumna of St. Mary's Female Seminary and member of the original 1846 class, then aged eight years old. She was the daughter of Colonel William Coad, who played an important role in the establishment of St. Mary's Female Seminary.
A collection of documents, educational materials, correspondences, memoranda and other papers relating to the planned Chancellor’s Point Natural History Center (the property is still in the possession of Historic St. Mary’s City but it was never converted into a nature center). Collection includes a letter from folk singer and activist Pete Seeger which discusses composting toilets, complete with illustration.
First edition copy of the autobiography of Charles Ball titled, “Slavery in the United States; a narrative of the life and adventures of Charles Ball, a black man, who lived forty years in Maryland, South Carolina and Georgia, as a slave...” Published in 1836.
Four yearbooks, titled The Sentinel, from Charlotte Hall Military Academy in Charlotte Hall, Maryland, dating from 1949 through 1952. Yearbooks contain signatures and notes to their original owner, Jay Guy.
Materials in this collection include a brochure, newspaper clippings, notes, and excerpts on topics like early Maryland history; Charles Calvert; and the experiences and lives of enslaved persons and Black Americans in the United States.
Artificial file of documents, reports, and correspondence related to the Historic St. Mary's City park and living history museum.
Artificial collection created by College Archivist that consists of unique Maryland cookbooks from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Artificial collection created by the St. Mary's College of Maryland Archive, capturing loose ephemeral materials and small print-run publications related to St. Mary's County, Maryland as well as Maryland history.
This collection consists of materials related to the J.M. Brome Plantation and the Brome Family of St. Mary's County, and includes a photo album, graduation certificate, mortar and pestle, portrait, and illustrations.
Artificial collection containing physical and electronic records relating to slavery and enslaved persons of St. Mary's County in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Collection of materials related to the Susquehanna Estate of Cedar Point, St. Mary's County, Maryland, which was moved to Greenfield Village in Dearborn Michigan following the December 1942 eviction of all Cedar Point residents for the construction of Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Also includes material related to the Rousby and Carroll families, both of whom occupied Susquehanna.
Collection consists of eight speech transcripts. The speeches were delivered in the early 1970s and were centered on the theme of "St. Mary's County in the Year 2000." Speakers include John H. Mills, J. Frank Raley, Jr., Warren E. Barley, Robert E. King, Jr., Robert E. Hogaboom, William A. Welch, and J. Patrick Jarboe.
The Doris Ann "D.A." (Miller) Hughen papers include an oversized scrapbook filled with a variety of ephemeral items related to her time at St. Mary's Female Seminary-Junior College during World War II, ranging from event programs, photographs, and internal memos from the administration.
Collection consists of one etching of Calvert Hall by E. Donald Stuck and one biographical sketch about the etching's former owner, Naomi C. (Ryon) Emerson. Ms. Emerson was a 1923 graduate of St. Mary's Female Seminary.
Four published volumes of poetry written by Eleanor B. North, who taught at St. Mary's Female Seminary-Junior College from 1941-1949. All books are signed, addressed to "'Fellow Pilgrims' with love."
Collection of papers from Emily Jane "Emma" Griffith, St. Mary's Female Seminary Valedictorian in 1885. Includes a composition book with three drafts of her valedictory address, correspondence, six "cabinet card" photographs, and a lock of hair from a classmate.
Collections consists of one scrapbook of Emily Morgan Manlove, 1949 graduate of St. Mary’s Seminary-Junior College.
Collection contains one scrapbook presented to nurse Ethel Chance in honor of her retirement from St. Mary's in 1980.
Collection consists of one scrapbook of (Ray) Eugenia Walters, 1935 (HS) and 1937 (JC) graduate of St. Mary’s Female Seminary-Junior College.
Collection consists of one scrapbook related to the First Governor's Day, a 1961 event held in honor of Maryland Governor J. Millard Tawes.
Letter written by homesick new student, Grace Gibson, to her parents on September 24, 1898. The letter has frequently been used by college students, faculty, and staff during presentations.
Collection consists of one letter, several articles, and one book concerning Arthur Storer, Isaac Newton, and their lives and friendship. The book also addresses Maryland and English life during the seventeenth century.
Historic Sotterley Plantation is a non-profit entity that preserves the Sotterley Plantation and educates visitors about the estate and its history. The Historic Sotterley papers document the history of Sotterley, as well as the experiences of individuals associated with the plantation, and include correspondence, deeds, land surveys, oral history transcripts, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Papers related to the Historic St. Mary's City Rescue Coalition, a grass roots community organization formed to prevent St. Mary's College of Maryland from building on top of archaeological ruins, prevent the building of structures which block the view of the St. Mary's River, and preserve the historical character of St. Mary's City.
Collection consists of five long-playing (LP) vinyl records of the Hollywood Harmoneers, a Hollywood (Maryland) gospel musical group. The records are dated circa 1960s-1970s. Some records were not issued locally, but by national Christian music companies.
Papers related to the induction of James Wood '61 into the Society of Distinguished Alumni in 2005, as well as a small number of ephemeral items.
Materials in this collection include correspondence, newspaper clippings and a newspaper clipping scrapbook, and family research materials of Jane (Reaney) Linton, 1933 graduate of St. Mary’s Female Seminary-Junior College.
An assortment of papers and records associated with Jane Yowaiski, a prominent and active member of the Democratic Party in St. Mary’s County. Document types include various correspondences, meeting minutes, newsletters, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Papers of John L. Bohanan, who represented St. Mary’s County in the Maryland House of Delegates from 1999 to 2015, including correspondence with constituents, legislative files, and publicity materials.
Collection contains 8 photographs and one architectural drawing of the “Flat Top” neighborhood of Lexington Park, built by the United States Navy in 1943 and designed by the renown architectural firm Kahn and Jacobs.
Judge John Hanson Briscoe was a Maryland politician and lawyer who served in the Maryland House of Delegates (1962-1979) and as the Circuit Court judge of St. Mary's County (1986-2002); his papers include speeches that he gave between circa 1974 and 1983.
Collection consists of four preliminary sketches for a mural created by John Moll that depicts the Ark and Dove, colonists and Native Americans, Calvert Hall, and the Reconstructed State House.
Two scrapbooks documenting life at St. Mary's Female Seminary, collated by Katherine Chipman '28. The books cover wide variety of material culture spanning all four years of Katherine's high school education at the seminary, ranging from dance cards and candy wrappers to notes (some love notes) and basketball score sheets.
Collection contains correspondence, essays, minutes, one newsletter, and newspaper clippings collected by Katherine "Kay" (Davis) Scarborough, 1943 graduate of St. Mary’s Female Seminary-Junior College.
Large collection of letters from Katherine Tenney, a student at St. Mary's Female Seminary-Junior College, to her family, written between 1934 and 1937. She wrote several times a week, sometimes twice a day.
Collection consists of correspondence of Kathleen Hickman Brown, 1925 graduate of St. Mary's Female Seminary.