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Items with subject 'Publications'

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20th Century Cookbook Collection

by Bratten, Lynn (1940 – 2013)

3 cartons (3.5 linear feet)

These cook books, most of which were created in the 20th century and some in the early 2000s, were collected by Lynne Bratten of Salisbury, Maryland. While some are pamphlets from food corporations like Betty Crocker, Campbell's, or Pillsbury, others are from smaller church groups in places like Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Several cook books are widely distributed and include books about 15th century cooking, colonial recipes, and American home cooking in general. However, most of the cookbooks are either produced by a food corporation or a small collective of people.

Associated Subjects: Publications • Medical History
Identifier: SC2018.029
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

Academic Calendars

by Salisbury University (1942 – 2009)

2 cartons (2 linear feet)

These academic calendars list the courses taught, instructors, and sometimes even the time and day of the course for each semester and department at Salisbury University from 1942 to 2009. In addition to the traditional academic calendars, there are summer session, even program, and continuing education calendars.

Associated Subjects: College Records • Publications • Universities and Colleges
Identifier: SUA-056
Repository: University Archives
Attachment: No attachment

America and Japan's Manifest Destiny

by Businessmen of Kyoto (1938)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

America and Japan's Manifest Destiny was an English language publication produced by the Businessmen of Kyoto in 1938. It laid out Japan's justification for expansion in China and other Asian countries before the Second World War and was seeking approval from Americans.

Associated Subjects: Publications • International Relations
Identifier: SC2016.029
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

American Homefront Magazines

by American Home Magazine CorporationHanke, O.A. (editor)Jenkins, Arthur H. (editor)Mayes, Herbert R. (editor)McDonough, Frank W. (editor)Methodist Publishing House (1941 – 1944)

6 folders (0.25 linear feet)

These magazines were produced during the Second World War on the American homefront. Together, they capture the agriculture and domestic values and advancements during the 1940s. Included are Farm Journal and Farmer's Wife (1943-1944), Poultry Tribune (1943), The Christian Advocate (1941-1942), Good Housekeeping (1943), Better Homes and Gardens (1942-1943), and The American Home (1943).

Associated Subjects: Publications • Spirituality • World War, 1939-1945 • Farm Life • Military History
Identifier: SC2018.001
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

American Protective Association Manual

by American Protective Association (1894)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

This manual contains the "principles and objects" of the American Protective Association and was published in Toledo, Ohio in 1894. The association was an anti-Catholic secret society established in 1887 and pushed for the perpetual separation of church and state.

Associated Subjects: Clubs • Politics • Publications • Religious History
Identifier: SC2017.003a
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

Campus Publications

by Salisbury UniversitySalisbury University Office of Publications (1925 – 2021)

9 cartons (15 linear feet)

This collection consists of a variety of publications—newspapers, newsletters, and magazines—created by students, faculty, departments, and schools within Salisbury University from 1925 to the present. Included are student newspapers (Holly Leaf, 1925-1970; Informer, 1971-1973; Flyer, 1973-present), literary magazines (SCARAB, 1969-present; Mid-Atlantic Review, 2001-2005), university newsletters (SU News, 1969-present; Academically Speaking, 1987-1995; Saunterer, 1998-present; Sea Gull Sports, 1974-1982), university magazines (Panorama, 2003-present; Re:Search, 2011-present; SU Magazine, 1999-present; Wildfowl Art, 2003-2015), an undergraduate research journal (Laridae, 2019-present), and many other newsletters and short-lived publications.

Associated Subjects: College Records • Publications
Identifier: SUA-033
Repository: University Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Children's Educational and Activity Booklets

by Emery, CharlesEmery, Paul (1930 – 1951)

1 box (0.25 linear feet)

This collection contains children's educational and activity booklets that date between 1930 and 1951. Included are two linen books from 1930 (Mother Goose Rhymes and Baby's First Book), three 1951 "New Basic Readers," a 1930 "Work-Play Book," the 1949 Philadelphia Inquirer Our Country pictorial history of the United States for 1919-1949, and Cuddle Bunnies coloring book from 1941.

Associated Subjects: Education • Publications • Youth • Graphic Arts
Identifier: SC2019.008
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

Chinese Comic Booklets

by People's Republic of China (1962 – 2013)

1 box (0.5 linear feet)

These 46 comic booklets tell stories from 20th century Chinese histories and many are illustrated in addition to the Chinese descriptions. The sets include a 30 volume history of the Korean War (2013), 10 volume history of railway guerrillas (1978), one volume on Chiang Kai-shek as an enemy of the people (1962), one volume on Lenin (1970), one volume on the Chinese civil war (1971), one volume on Chinese mine warfare (1972), one volume on the Xi'an Incident (1980), and one undated volume on the tunnel war.

Associated Subjects: Publications • Graphic Arts • Military History
Identifier: SC2017.036
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

Chinese Posters and Publications

by People's Republic of China (1930 – 1978s)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

This collection includes Chinese posters, comic book adaptations, and children's books printed between the 1930s and 1970s, though primarily in the 1960s and 1970s after the establishment of the People's Republic of China. Included are: five small Chinese Civil War propaganda posters from Jiangxi in the 1930s; a 1962 comic book adaptation of the movie about "The Five Heroes On Langya Mountain;" a 1969 university student's English notebook that contains dictation of stories about Mao Zedong and the Communists; a 1970 comic book adaptation of the movie "Tunnel Battle;" a 1970 children's book entitled "The Little Red Guard;" a 1972 children's book entitled "Two Grenades" about the Vietnam War; and a 1978 comic book adaptation of a movie about Dr. Norman Bethune.

Associated Subjects: Posters • Publications • Graphic Arts • Military History
Identifier: SC2017.035
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

Davina Grace Hill Collection

by Davina Grace Hill (1975 – 2010)

1 folder,  1 folder (1.5 linear feet)

The Davina Grace Hill collection ranges from 1975 to 2010 with the primary bulk of the content focused on 1980-2006. the collection contains the personal and professional documents of Davina Grace Hill as well as organizational records from the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council

Identifier: 2022.062
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Dr. Alice Bahr Publications Collection

by Bahr, Alice Harrison (1983 – 2013)

2 boxes (1 linear feet)

The Alice Bahr Publications Collection documents the articles written by Dr. Alice Bahr and her involvement with Salisbury State University, now Salisbury University, and the University System of Maryland from 1983 to 2013. Materials in the collection include articles written by Dr. Bahr, academic journals, a faculty handbook, a campus directory, invitations to the Holiday Open House for State Employees, and correspondence, articles, and memos from and about the University System of Maryland.

Associated Subjects: Publications • Libraries
Identifier: SUA-088
Repository: University Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Dutch 'Keep Your Pity for the Weak' Propaganda

by Netherlands Information Bureau (1942)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

This publication, entitled "Keep Your Pity for the Weak," was published by the Netherlands Information Bureau for the Queen Wilhemina Fund. It describes in English, accompanied by photographs, the various efforts of the Dutch people and military to combat the German and Japanese during the Second World War.

Associated Subjects: Publications • World War, 1939-1945 • Military History
Identifier: SC2016.053
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment