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Items with subject 'Newspapers'

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Records of The Upper Shore Genealogical Society

by Upper Shore Genealogical Society (1976 – 2004)

1 carton (2 linear feet)

The Upper Shore Genealogical Society records contains newspapers, newsletters, and publications from the Upper Shore Genealogical Society as well as organizational documents, such as meeting minutes, secretary reports, membership materials and research documents. In addition, the collection includes publications of the Eastern Shore Episcopalian. The collection ranges from 1982-2004 with secondary content relating to the 18th and 19th centuries.

Identifier: 2021.064
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

A Century of Progress Exposition Scrapbook (Chicago, Illinois)

by Unknown (1933 – 1934)

1 box (0.5 linear feet)

This scrapbook documents the events, exhibitions, and ephemera of the 1933 to 1934 Chicago World's Fair that was called "A Century of Progress." Included with a nine page memoir of experiences are pasted postcards, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other ephemera.

Associated Subjects: City and Town Life • Newspapers • Scrapbooks
Identifier: SC2013.112
Repository: Special Collections
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Alvin and Dorothy Piegols Papers

by Piegols, AlvinPiegols, Dorothy (1939 – 1947)

2 boxes,  2 oversize folders (0.75 linear feet)

The Alvin and Dorothy Piegols papers document the experiences of Alvin Piegols as he served in the Army during World War II and of his fiancée, Dorothy Cannon, who was studying to be a nurse at the University of Michigan School of Nursing. The materials date between 1939 and 1947. Items in the collection include "the Scalpel" yearbook, correspondence between Dorothy and Alvin, newspapers, photographs from Alvin's tour in Europe, postcards of German towns, programs and pamphlets, publications about Alvin's battalion, the Thunderbolts, and artifacts such as Alvin's military patches, German pins, a Nazi flag, and a wooden crucifix.

Identifier: SC2021.005
Repository: Special Collections
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Amcabey (Turkish Cartoon Magazine)

by Güler, Cemal Nadir (1943)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

This collection contains one 1943 issue of Amcabey, a Turkish cartoon magazine. This magazine was published during the Second World War and contains drawings of Allied and Axis figures.

Associated Subjects: Newspapers • World War, 1939-1945 • Graphic Arts • Military History
Identifier: SC2016.025
Repository: Special Collections
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Anna Jones Cooper papers

by Cooper, Anna Jones (1929 – 1948)

2 boxes (0.75 linear feet)

The papers of Anna Jones Cooper document her involvement with Salisbury Teachers College alumni who were enlisted in the different branches of the military during World War II as well as her involvement as head of the STC Alumni Committee. Materials date from 1929-1948 with the bulk of the material dating from 1943-1945, and includes enlisted alumni biographies and addresses, correspondence, and printed materials that feature the enlisted alumni.

Identifier: 1985.022
Repository: Local History Archives
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Bayly Family papers

by Bayly, Alexander HamiltonBayly, J. Washington E.Bayly, JosiahBayly, Julian (1706 – 1934)

37 cartons (47 linear feet)

The papers of the Bayly family extensively document the Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland family from 1706-1934, with the bulk of the material dating from 1820-1865. This comprehensive collection documents the lengthy legal and political career of Maryland Attorney General Josiah Bayly, as well as the prolific medical practices of his son, Dr. Alexander Hamilton Bayly. Simultaneously, the collection documents family education practices, and thoughts on the American Civil War through scrapbooks and correspondence. Leisure activities are observed through a variety of fictional publications from the Library of Select Novels, and the Shakespeare Quarto Illustrated. Additional printed materials include local and national newspapers, almanac’s, weekly satirical magazines, Godey’s Lady’s Book and Blackwood’s Edinburg Magazine.

Identifier: 2009.316
Repository: Local History Archives
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Becky Sturgis collection

by Unknown (1873, 1898)

1 box,  1 oversize box (2 linear feet)

This collection contains a variety of research material relating to Worcester County, Maryland in the form of day and minutes books from the Berlin Academy and a local merchant as well as a copy of the March 1873 Democratic Messenger from Snow Hill.

Associated Subjects: Education • Newspapers
Identifier: 1989.033
Repository: Local History Archives
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Betty Powell papers

by Powell, Betty McBrietyThompson, G. Ray (1991 – 2013)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

The papers of Betty Powell document her rich life as a lifetime resident of Salisbury, Maryland, from 1991-2013, and includes newspaper articles, photographs and memorials from her funeral service given by those to whom she was closest about her life with her husband Bob and her work at Deer's Head Hospital Center and Coastal Hospice.

Associated Subjects: Newspapers • Photography
Identifier: 2015.059
Repository: Local History Archives
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Booklet of the Great March Storm

by Delaware State News (1962)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

Booklet produced by the Delaware State News documenting the Great March Storm of 1962 also known as the Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962. Featured throughout the publication is a series of images with corresponding news reports on the storm's devastation throughout the coastal Delaware region including Lewes, Rehoboth, and Fenwick Island.

Associated Subjects: Newspapers
Identifier: 2012.293
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Bound Newspaper collection

by Unknown (1899 – 2007)

folders (234 linear feet)

The Bound Newspaper collection contains bound copies of Eastern Shore newspapers. Newspapers in this collection come from various locations on the Delmarva Peninsula including the Delaware coastal beaches, Sussex County, Ocean City (Md.), Salisbury, Pocomoke, and Longneck. Major newspapers in the collection are the Marylander and Herald, the Salisbury Daily Times, and the Salisbury Advertiser. Related materials can be found in the Unbound Newspaper collection (2018.044).

Associated Subjects: Newspapers
Identifier: 2018.043
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Branche H. Phillips collection

by Phillips, Branche H. (1931 – 1965)

2 folders (0.01 linear feet)

The Branch H. Phillips collection includes a scrapbook of newspaper clippings from Salisbury, Maryland from 1938 to 1952. The scrapbook was created for John Phillips Strudwick from his grandmother Branche H. Phillips. Additionally, there is a laminated scanned newspaper clipping of the Wicomico High School graduating class of 1931 from Salisbury, Maryland.

Associated Subjects: Newspapers • Phillips Family • Scrapbooks
Identifier: 2011.148
Repository: Local History Archives
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Carel Langeler collection

by Langeler, Carel (1847 – 1968)

3 cartons,  2 oversize boxes (5.25 linear feet)

The Carel Langeler collection includes a considerable number of publications from late-19th to early-20th-century American society. Of particular interest are several popular literary journals, monthly magazines for women and children, and influential national publications such as Harper’s Weekly and Pucks. These publications document contemporary social and political thought in the United States from a variety of perspectives. The majority of the materials were acquired by Carel Langeler from thrift and antique stores throughout the eastern United States during the mid-20th century. The collection also includes personal material relating to Carel Langeler and his immediate family.

Associated Subjects: Newspapers • Literature • Youth
Identifier: 2015.014
Repository: Local History Archives
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