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Collection consists of correspondence, one notebook, and one plaque of Lucy Spedden, 1916 graduate of St. Mary's Female Seminary and active member of the Alumnae Association.
Lura Frances Johnson taught at St. Mary's Female Seminary from about 1928 until 1943. Papers include correspondence written by Lura Frances Johnson to her mother, as well as photographs and other ephemeral items.
An assortment of papers, objects and records associated with Lillian Wray, a member of the 1958 high school class at St. Mary’s Seminary. Document types include a high school diploma, newspaper columns, jewelry, article clippings, programs from various events, letters, and other miscellaneous papers.
Collection consists of one letter, photograph, and scrapbook related to Margaret Messick, who attended St. Mary's Female Seminary in the 1920s.
Collection consists primarily of student essays by Martha Meridith, 1942 graduate of St. Mary's Female Seminary-Junior College.
Collection contains one scrapbook, related loose content, and ephemera created and collected by Maryellen "Scottie" (Howard) Doldouras (1958 JC).
Collection consists of two maps of the "Old Line State of Maryland" created as part of the Maryland Tercentenary celebration. The original was published in 1931 and a second copy of this map was reprinted in 1956.
The Michael Glaser papers include papers, speeches, flyers, news articles, programs, poetry, correspondence, photos, and other items including his Maryland Poet Laureate nomination packet.
Materials in this collection include class schedules, correspondence, diary entries, newspaper clippings, and one report card of Mignonette (Rittenhouse) Stuber, 1933 graduate of St. Mary’s Female Seminary-Junior College.
Collection contains a photo album of a WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) veteran who served on Patuxent River Naval Air Station (Pax-NAS), as well as digital copies of the Pax-NAS newspaper, The Tester (digital), and Pax-NAS Command Histories (digital).
Materials in this collection include one notebook of Mina (Bell) Tingle, 1913 graduate of St. Mary's Female Seminary. Notebook contains notes regarding school plays.
Materials in this collection include one autograph book, financial records, grade reports, photographs, and programs (such as commencement and production programs) collected by Nadine (Kettell) Osborn, 1955 and 1957 graduate of St. Mary’s Seminary Junior College.
Collection consists of newspaper clippings, programs, and a "Wills and Prophecies of the Sophomore and Senior classes" collected by Nancy Russell (Harkness) Klapper, 1964 graduate of St. Mary’s Seminary Junior College.
Materials in this collection include correspondence, property documents, and newspaper articles on various topics, including Rosecroft Manor of St. Mary's County.
Papers of Maryland Senator Paul Bailey, related to his second tenure as State Senator, 1968-1974. Most of the material is related to the successful fight to stop the Steuart Petroleum Company from building an oil refinery in St. Mary's County, Maryland, and pollution in general.
Materials in this collection include correspondence, grade reports, photographic materials, and scrapbook-related material of Peggy (Briscoe) Rochelle, 1946 graduate of St. Mary’s Female Seminary-Junior College.
Collection of papers of the Potomac River Association of St. Mary's County, a Southern Maryland environmental group dedicated to preserving conserving and protecting the Potomac River, Patuxent River, and Chesapeake Bay.
Detailed herbarium created by Rachel duBois Early when she was a student at St. Mary's Female Seminary (1921 HS) with well-preserved plant specimens. Contains ephemera from her time at the school, including report cards, notebooks, and papers. Also has materials related to alumnae activities.
Papers of M. Regina Combs Hammett, author of "History of St. Mary’s County, Maryland, 1634-1990" including her research notes for the book, materials related to an unfinished manuscript about St. Mary's County schools, hundreds of identified photographs, maps, genealogical files, and topical files.
An assortment of papers and records associated with J. Renwick Jackson, who served as the president of St. Mary's College of Maryland from 1969 to 1982. Document types include personal and professional correspondences, memoranda, reports, faculty-related records, newspaper clippings, and protest materials.
Materials in this collection include correspondence and Frisbee Golf materials of Robert Loeffelbein, former St. Mary's College of Maryland professor and Public Information Officer.
Materials in this collection include correspondence, financial records, one photograph, commencement programs, and student essays of Sarah Elizabeth (Brown) Hunter, 1934 graduate of St. Mary’s Female Seminary-Junior College.
Records related to awards, proclamations, citations, etc. presented by St. Mary's College of Maryland, organized under the Board of Trustees (RG 1).
The records of St. Mary’s College of Maryland are sorted into various record groups (Board of Trustees, Academic Affairs, etc.). Record Group (RG) 01.03 is dedicated to those files which relate broadly to the college and do not fit into one specific record group.
Records related to the Hilda C. Landers Library at St. Mary's College of Maryland and the college’s archives. Organized under the college's Dean of Faculty (RG 3).
Records and general files related to athletics at St. Mary's College of Maryland's Alumni Office, organized under the college's Dean of Students (RG 6).
This series contains serials and monographs produced by SMCM students. Some are academic in intent, some are not. Includes underground newspapers. Collection organized under the college's Dean of Students (RG 6).
Records and general files of the St. Mary's College of Maryland's Alumni Office, organized under the college's Office of Development (RG 5).
Collection of materials related to public events held at St. Mary's College of Maryland. Organized under the college's Office of Development (RG 5).
Records and general files of the St. Mary's College of Maryland's Office of Facilities (RG 14), including a collection of files related to places on campus.
This record group contains official publications of the College, including the Mulberry Tree Papers and Bulletin. It also contains publications produced about the College by external entities as well as subject files created by staff members of offices like the Public Information Office and the Office of Public and Media Relations.
Materials in this collection include articles; books, such as duty books, prayer books, and guest books; church records, such as burial registers; and minutes related to St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (Leonardtown). Several registers are available only as electronic records.
Papers related to the Task Force to Study Commercial Gaming Activities in Maryland in the mid-1990s, including reports, testimony, and correspondence.
The Arts Alliance was created to promote and support cultural and arts-related activities and programs at St. Mary's College of Maryland for the enrichment and enjoyment of the Southern Maryland Community. Records in this series date back to 1985.
The SMCM Archives Vertical Files contain sorted loose items and newspaper clippings.
Papers of Virginia Cox, St. Mary's Junior College Alumni, relating to her time at St. Mary's and her work with the college and Historic St. Mary's City. The collection also contains materials related to the restoration of Woodlawn Farm in Wynne, MD which she and her husband purchased in 1972 and began restoring in 1980.