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Items with subject 'Journalism'

Disharoon Family papers

by Disharoon Family (1915 – 1940)

2 folders (0.01 linear feet)

The Disharoon Family papers document the family history written by Edith Louise Disharoon in 1940 through a series of journals as well as a diary written by Walter R. Disharoon documenting his walks with a with his wife Lydia in Virginia in 1915.

Associated Subjects: Diaries • Diaries (Men) • Disharoon Family • Journalism
Identifier: 2014.998
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Isabelle K. Leach Collection

by Leach, Isabelle K. (1979 – 1996)

3 boxes (3 linear feet)

The materials that are in the Isabelle K. Leach Collection are all newspaper clippings, and photos from the Salisbury Daily and Sunday Times. This collection includes Isabelle K. Leach's own articles and photos, mainly dealing with events going on in and around Pocomoke City Maryland, encompassing thirty years of events 1979-1996. Also included are various reporters articles and photos as well as many clippings dealing with the current events from 1979-1984, and clippings of Weddings and Deaths in and around the Pocomoke area.

Associated Subjects: Journalism • Politics • Civil Rights Movement
Identifier: 2007.023
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Joseph A. Graham papers

by Graham, Joseph A. (1860 – 1942)

1 box,  1 oversize folder (3.5 linear feet)

The Joseph A. Graham papers document Joseph A. Graham’s career, life, and family through letters, postcards, telegrams, photographs and ephemera. Topics include journalism, newspapers, and theater, offering insight into life in the United States during the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era.

Associated Subjects: Collier Family • Graham Family • Gunby Family • Journalism • Newspapers • Theater
Identifier: 2016.032
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Richard Culver Papers

by Unknown (1952 – 1976)

1 box (1 linear feet)

The Richard Culver Papers is a collection of newspapers and research from Richard Culver’s time as an editor for the Daily Times in Somerset County. While editor, Culver wrote about numerous things happening in Somerset County at the time, from crime and government controversies to celebrations and other recreational events. There is research for the tercentennial of Somerset County that happened in 1966, as well as for the Somerset County Jail.

Associated Subjects: Journalism • Newspapers
Identifier: 1999.030
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment