Wicomico County Board of Education records

16 boxes (12.5 linear feet)

(1886 – 2009)

bulk 1960-1979

Edward H. Nabb Center for Delmarva History and Culture, Salisbury, University, Salisbury, Maryland

Identifier 2010.003
Creator(s) Wicomico County Board of Education

The Wicomico County Board of Education records were donated to the Nabb Research Center by Wicomico County Board of Education, November 2009, with additional materials deposited by William Middleton, February 2014, with a subsequent deposit by the Board of Education, January 2017.

Language(s) English
Use Records are open for research. Copyright, including literary rights, belongs to the author(s) or their legal heirs. Permission to publish or reproduce must be obtained from the Nabb Research Center which extends beyond "fair use."
Preferred Citation "Item, collection title and identifier, box # and folder # (if applicable), Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland."
Attribution Finding aid written by Julie Messick, June 2014; with additions by Leslie M. McRoberts, January 2017.
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Separated Materials

Oversized items have been placed in Box 11 or housed in the Center’s flat file system.

Library materials have been cataloged and available in Nabb Research Center’s rare book collection.

Artifacts have been transferred to object storage.