Oral History Collection Inventory

OH 8441, Potential Interviewees meeting for the Generation to Generation Project

The oral history collection inventory is in order by call number and provides name of interviewee and interviewer, biographical information, date of inteview, project (if applicable), restrictions, and materials available for each interview (i.e. transcript, time index, newspaper clippings, etc). All of the interviews include audio recordings except where indicated.

Some of the oral histories can also be located through the main library catalog.

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Call Number

Interviewee

Biography

Summary

Interviewer

Date of Interview or Recording

Extent (Folders A-Y)

Extent (Transcript)

Extent (recording)

Restrictions on Use?

OH 8001

F. MILLARD FOARD (1898-)

Instructor in languages at City College, 1920-59;

City College alumni relations correspondent; collector of Oriental art; director, Asian Cultural Exchange Foundation; instructor in commercial law, City College night school, 1920-34. Childhood in Baltimore and his work in each of the above areas.

Interviewer: Susan Schlenger

1971

n/a

37 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: retirement news story, Baltimore Sun, January 22, 1959; Netsuke collection story, Baltimore Sun, June 6, 1954; publicity material on the Asian Cultural Foundation. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8002

WILLIAM B. FOULKE (1888-1972) and other residents of the area of The Battle of North Point September 12, 1814

Lifelong resident of Patapsco Neck area, the site of the Battle of North  Point, September 12, 1814.

Residents of Patapsco Neck; the monuments; the Shaw House, where  General Ross was supposed to have spent his last night before the Battle  of North Point; Patapsco Neck as a former truck farm area; Foulke, Shaw,  Fitzgerald, Stansbury, and Todd families.

Interviewer: Lois McCauley

1970

n/a

60 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clipping - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30'

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8003

MRS. ALBERT D. HUTZLER SR. (Gretchen Hochschild (1898-1977)

 Member of Hochschild, Hamburger, and Hutzler department store families.

 Baltimore charities and cultural life; relationship with Sidney Hollander and his wife;

Interviewer: Betty Speas

1971

n/a

23 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview progress record - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8004

LESTER S. LEVY (1896 -)

 Baltimore businessman; collector of American music related to American history; author; owner of "Star-Spangled Banner" first edition; president and board member of various Baltimore cultural and philanthropic  organizations.

 Early life and family ownership of M. S. Levy and Sons, straw hat  manufacturers; anecdotes relating to his sheet music collection; Baltimore  friends who are song writers.

 Interviewer.-   Francis Colletta

1972

n/a

41 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8005

DR. REGINALD V. TRUITT (1890- )

Professor of zoology and agriculture at the University of Maryland   beginning in 1918; originator of Chesapeake Bay Research Laboratory at Solomons Island, 1931-54; director of the State Commission of Education and Research, 1932-54; member of the Maryland Board of Natural   Resources, 1942-54.

Beginning of conservation efforts in Maryland and resistance from   politicians and watermen.

  Interviewer: Georgia Earle

1971

n/a

16 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8006

DR. MILDRED OTENASEK (1914-)

Member of the National Democratic Committee, 1956-73; president,   United Democratic Women's Clubs of Maryland, 1955-57; instructor at  Trinity College, Washington, D.C., 1940-54 and Notre Dame College in   Baltimore, 1956 to the present.

Eleanor Roosevelt; President John F. Kennedy and his family; women  in politics; the vote for eighteen year olds

Interviewer: Betty Speas

1972

n/a

38  pp, transcript: Supplementary material: interview progress record, 2 pages on the 1972 Democratic Convention. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8007

HOWARD R. THATCHER (1878-1973)

Professor, Peabody Institute of Music; organist, Mt. Vernon Place   Methodist Church and Temple Oheb Shalom; composer.

Peabody faculty members; Henry L. Mencken.

Interviewer.- Virginia S. Pitcher

1971

na

25 pp, transcript - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8008

JOSEPHINE (MRS. ERIC) JACOBSEN (1908- )

Maryland poet and consultant in poetry for the Library of Congress,   1971-73; author of six books of poetry including The Shade Seller (New York: Doubleday and Co., 1974).

Duties as poetry consultant; why people write poetry; women as poets. Includes reading of her poems, "The Artist in Space," "The Old Man and the Sea," and "The Planet."

Interviewer: Virginia S. Pitcher

1972

3 pp, summary - Folder F, 47 pp.

47 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, correspondence. - (3 copies; 1 master; 2 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8009

DR. PHOEBE STANTON (1914-)

Professor of art, Johns Hopkins University; member of Advisory Design Panel for Housing and Community Development of Baltimore City and Governor's Consulting Committee for Historic Preservation for the State of Maryland.

Past, present and future of Baltimore and comparisons with other cities; the Charles Center; rationale for city planning; public art in the twentieth century.

Interviewer.- Paula Rome

1971

n/a

45 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: correspondence, magazine article, annual report from the Department of Housing and Community Development, newspaper clippings. - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8010

WILLIAM SCHNEIDEREITH, SR. (1886-1976)

President, Schneidereith and Sons, a quality Baltimore printing firm founded in 1849.

Troops in Baltimore during the Civil War; the Baltimore Fire of 1904; Ottmar Mergenthaler and Linotype press; United Typothetae of America; offset printing; government work during World War 11.

Interviewer: P. W. Filby

1970

 n/a

33 pp transcript; Supplementary material: 11 pp of transcript from additional interview, newspaper clippings - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

3 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8011

DR. RICHARD D. MUDD (1901- )

Grandson of Dr. Samuel Mudd who was implicated in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln

The Mudd family; his own motivation for working to clear his grandfather's name; attempts for Congressional pardon for Dr. Samuel Mudd; expanded material on a hearing in Key West, Florida for Doctor Mudd's release from prison there.

Interviewer: Betty McK. Key

1972

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, correspondence, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8012

DR. MILTON S. EISENHOWER (1899- )

 President of the Johns Hopkins University, October 1956 to June 1967 and April 1971 to February 1972

His years at Johns Hopkins University; financial problems and fund- raising; growth of various schools, particularly the Applied Physics Labo- ratory, Advanced International Studies, and Hygiene and Public Health; Vietnam War; student unrest; educational institutions and defense re- search; his philosophy of education

Interviewer: Virginia Pitcher

1972

n/a

45 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clipping, 1967 issue of Johns Hopkins magazine - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8013

CHARLES E. SCARLETT (1908-79)

 Grandson of George Francis Patterson who founded Patterson, Ramsay and Company in 1880,

Forerunner of the present Rainsay-Scarlett and   Company; president of the Steamship Trade Association, 1951-52; and   the National Association of Stevedores.  Family and business history; restoration of Whitehall Mansion in Annapolis; the book he was writing on Edgar Allan Poe.

Interviewer: Ann Perkins

1971

n/a

44 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8014

GEN. JAMES P. S. DEVEREUX (1903- )

Career United States Marine; Congressman from Maryland, Second District, 1951-58.

His early life, family, education and first days in the Marine Corps;   capture of Wake Island by the Japanese at outset of World War 11 and   experience as a Japanese prisoner-of-war; pre-war Marine duty in Legation   Guard, Peking, China; resumption of his Marine duties from September   1945 to August 1948; his campaigns and service as a four-term Congressman; particular details about his official travel; unsuccessful run for governor in 1958; duties as Baltimore County Director of Public Safety  under County Executive Spiro Agnew and characterization of Vice President Agnew; activities since retirement, particularly horse-breeding.

Interviewer: George Shriver

1971-1972

n/a

17 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview progress report - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

5 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8015

HERBERT FRISBY (1888 -1983)

Educator, Baltimore City public school system and Coppin State College; Second African American to go to the North Pole, in 1956

Second African American to go to the North Pole, in 1956; chairman of the  Matthew A. Henson memorial projects; retired teacher of high school  biology.  Childhood and education; Arctic trips; development of Matthew A. Henson memorial projects.

Interviewer: Dorothy Brown

 1971

n/a

123 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, publications about Frisby's life as an explorer - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

5 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8016

HANS FROELICHER,JR. (1891-1976)

Headmaster at the Park School, 1932-56; president of the Citizens  Planning and Housing Association, 1944-56.

Campaign in Maryland for President Woodrow Wilson; the Woodrow   Wilson League; the beginnings of the Park School; his tenure there,   including the desegregation period; the Progressive Education Association;   work with the Citizens Planning and Housing Association; controversy   over the location of the state office complex in Mount Royal Plaza.   Includes many names associated with Park School and the Citizens   Planning and Housing Association.

Interviewer: Robert D. Jones

1971

n/a

100 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, correspondence, essay on the Park school - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

5 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8017

 HELENE HEDIAN (fl. 1919-71)

 Instructor, Maryland Art Institute's design department, 1919-56.

 Outstanding teachers at the Maryland Institute; little theatre groups in Baltimore; Hans Schuler; Henry Dreyfuss; Adele Nathan; Alice Dennis; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad "Fair of the Iron Horse" in 1927; stage lighting; fashion design; her philosophy of art education

Interviewer: Virginia Pitcher

1971

5 pp, summary name index  - Folder E

no transcript

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8018

AUGUSTA HENNIGHAUSEN (Mrs. Frederick H.) (1896- )

Native Baltimorean.

Baltimore and Prince George's Counties, 1900-14; Baltimore fire of 1904; food delivery systems; street vendors; Glendale, Maryland; the Howard Sills family; summers visiting in the country; travel on the Chesapeake Bay.

Interviewer-Donor: T. M. Coakley

1972

2 pp, summary - Folder E

no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8019

DR. LEO KANNER (1900- )

Professor of child psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University, 1939-58

Author of several books of child psychiatry and In Defense of Mothers (New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1941). Early infantile autism and former and present treatments.

 Interviewer: Ruth Hoffman

1971

3 pp, summary newspaper clippings - Folder E

no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8020

CAROLINE RAMSAY (MRS.JOHN B .RAMSAY) (1904- )                            McKeldin-Jackson Project

Civic leader and member of the Human Relations Commission, 1951- 73; president of the Baltimore League of Women Voters, 1947-51; and candidate for Congress, 1962

Transcription of nineteen pages of interview passages on civil rights activity in Baltimore, 1935-70. Also information on Ford and Lyric theatres; desegregation; restaurant discrimination; the Urban League; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's appointments.

 Interviewer.- Mrs. William Cunningham

1971

26 pp, biography, curriculum vitae, tape index, transcript - Folder C

no transcript

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8021

GRACE TURNBULL (1880-1976)

Sculptor, artist, and writer.

Her early life and schooling; the Turnbull family; Sidney Lanier; Lizette Woodworth Reese; alcohol as a dangerous drug; her Red Cross   work in World War 1; writings; early career as a painter and her change   to sculpture; Teilhard de Chardin; Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald

Interviewer: Virginia

1971

n/a

63 pp, transcript;  Supplementary material: newspaper articles concerning exhibits at Ca-   tonsville Community College, 1972; brochures of exhibit at Baltimore   junior College, 1966; Turnbull letter to the Baltimore Sun editor, 1971;   obituary article and editorial - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8022

DR. WALTER BAETJER (1883-1972)

Leading Maryland general internist; chief physician at the Union   Memorial Hospital for many years.

Family, early life, and education; origin of the Greater Baltimore   Medical Center; service with Hopkins Base Hospital Unit Eighteen in   World War 1; foreign study; medicine before the use of antibiotics; use of modern diagnostic aids; personal philosophy.

 Interviewer.- Mary Bristow

1971

 n/a

65 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: correspondence, newspaper clippings - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

4 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8023

DOUGLAS HUNTLY GORDON (1902- )

Lawyer, civic leader, and president of the Mount Vernon Improvement   Association

His theories on historic preservation: "The Gordon Curve" and "Scientific Obstructionism"; the Mount Vernon Improvement Association; the Gordon family; historic preservation in Baltimore.

Interviewer: Virginia Pitcher

1971

n/a

38 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8024

CLARENCE V.JOERNDT (1898-1976)

Historian of St. Ignatius Church, in Hickory, Maryland.  

His life and research in Maryland church history.

Interviewer: Mary Bristow

1972 

n/a

21 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: photograph. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8025

JUDGE SIMON SOBELOFF (1894-1973)

First Jew on the Maryland Court of Appeals; chief 'udge of the United   States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit, 1958-64; solicitor general of the   United States, 1954; leader in Jewish organizations on the local and   national level, and also in many legal associations; chairman of Commission of State Administrative Re-organization, 1953.

Changes in criminal justice; desegregation; school busing; housing   discrimination.

Interviewer: D. Cunningham

1971

n/a

30 pp, transcript: Supplementary material: periodical clippings, student research paper about Judge Sobeloff. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 1 hour, 40"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8026

DR. THOMAS G. PULLEN (1898-1979)

State superintendent of schools, 1942-64; president of the University of Baltimore, 1964-69.

Family, ancestors, friends and teachers at William and Mary College; World War I Marine Corps experiences; lists changes in Maryland school system during his tenure and explains several at length

Interviewer: Dr. Nelson Blake

1971

n/a

121 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: expanded personal data; Thomas G. Pullen, "Why the Proposed Maryland Constitution was not Approved," William and Mary Law Review 10 (Winter 1968): 378-392, newspaper clippings. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

6 hours, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8027

EDWIN CASTAGNA (1909- )

Director of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1960-74

Personal background; war experiences; purpose of a library; media hardware and the book; Pratt Library programs and position as a state library source center; the Henry L. Mencken Collection; pornography; the future of the book.

 Interviewer: Diana Digges

 1973

n/a

42 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, "The Library Reaches Out" 22 pp paper, Long, Warm Friendship- brochure of speech. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8028

LOUIS CHESLOCK (1899- )

Composer and music instructor at the Peabody Institute, 1917-73.

Henry L. Mencken; personal stamp and medallion collections; music in Baltimore; jazz and entertainment music; electronic music.

 Interviewer.- Diana Digges

1973

n/a

50 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: photograph, newspaper clippings. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8029

JAMES CALLANAN (1922- ) Small Ethnic Credit Institutions in Baltimore, 1972

An officer in the Garibaldi Federal Savings and Loan Company

Ethnic businesses in Baltimore.

 Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1972

  4 pp, transcript -Folder G

n/a

15 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8029

CHARLES DEMARCO (1895-1972)  Small Ethnic Credit Institutions in Baltimore, 1972

Officer of and one of the founders of the Garibaldi Federal Savings and Loan Company

.History of this credit organization founded to help the Italian community.

 Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1972

 11 pp, transcript - Folder G

n/a

20 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8029

JOHN A. SERIO (1921- )  Small Ethnic Credit Institutions in Baltimore, 1972

Executive vice-president of the Garibaldi Federal Savings and Loan Company.

 Origin and current operation of this credit organization founded to assist the Italian community.

 Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1972

 11 pp, transcript - Folder G

n/a

25 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8030

PAUL FENCHAK (fl. 1960-73)

Teacher and secondary school coordinator for the Association for the Study of the Nationalities (Russia and Eastern Europe), Inc.

Recommends resource material for research in Russian and Eastern   European groups and discusses efforts to improve level of education   concerning same.

 Interviewer: Betty McKey

1973

n/a

No transcript: supplementary material; Biographical material, newspaper clippings, articles. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8031

RICHARD OKTAVEC (1927-79)

Painter of Baltimore window screens.

His father, William A. Oktavec, Sr., Baltimore's best-known windowscreen painter; store location; other goods sold; prices, styles and subjects of screens; renewal of demand for them in 1960s; the destruction of the shop during the Baltimore riots of 1968.

 Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1972

n/a

25 pp, transcript: Supplementary material: newspaper clippings. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8032

ANNE PERKINS (fl. 1972)

Interviewer for the Maryland Historical Society and alternate delegate  to the Democratic National Convention, 1972

Baltimore politics

Interviewer: Betty McKey

1973

n/a

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8033

 THEODORE R. MCKELDIN (1900-74)

Governor of Maryland, 1951-59; mayor of Baltimore, 1943-47, 1963-67.

Family and early life, education, and first jobs; compares Republican   and Democratic parties in Maryland, governorship and mayoralty, and   his early and later campaigns; characterizes Mayor William Broening,   President Dwight Eisenhower, President Lyndon Johnson, and Judge   Simon Sobeloff; emphasizes his respect for all people and religions.

 Interviewer: Charles Wagandt

 1971-73

n/a

157 pp, transcript (two Sections; Section I contains pp 1-90; Section II contains pp 91-157; Supplementary material: biography, newspaper clippings, poem (4 copies - 2 Master; 2 Public use)

4 hours, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8034

DR. HARRY MURDOCK (fl. 1945-73)

Psychiatrist. Auburn House on the grounds of the Sheppard Pratt Hospital  

His almost twenty years of residency there;the Symington and Turnbull families as previous owners.

 Interviewer-Donor: Barry Lanman

1973

2 pp, summary - Folder F

no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8035

GEORGE RAPP (1906- )

Head silversmith for the Stieff Company and native Baltimorean.

Childhood in St. Denis, now Arbutus; first employment at Schultz   Silver Company and Scofield Company for eighteen years; radar equip-   ment work for Stieff during World War 11; mechanization of silversmith   processes; manufacture of Williamsburg reproduction silver; working at the Smithsonian Institution Craft Fair in Washington, D.C.

 Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1972

2 pp, summary - Folder E

no transcript

50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8036

 THEROCIOUS GRAY (1928- )

Baltimore "street arab" or huckster.

 Street vending in the 1930s; watermelon cries; the Harlem Square neighborhood; decorating horses on vending wagons. Tape includes prayer by Albert L. Paige and short statements by hucksters Willie Jones and Eddie Toatley.

 Interviewer: John McGrain

Octobr 4, 1972

n/a

10 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: correspondence. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

22 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8037

ALICE BOWERMAN (fl. 1920-70)

Interview for a project on American regional English

Maryland accents and agricultural vocabulary in the early twentieth century.

Donated by Mrs. Bowerman.

1968

n/a

no transcript

20 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8038

ROY BLALOCK (ca. 1910- )

Resident of Dundalk, Maryland.

Mrs. Blalock also speaks. Logan Air Field, Turner Station, Avondale in the Dundalk area; work as a crane operator in an aluminum plant in North Carolina, 1916-17; explosion of the ship Alum Chine; women's suffrage.

Interviewer-donor: Ben Worrier

1971

n/a

no transcript

 1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8039

JOSEPH HEIM (1903- )

Farmer in the North Point Road area.

Early nineteenth century Methodist meeting house at North Point which was torn down in 1920; the graveyard there; Mergler mine laying; Fort Howard in 1910.

 Interviewer-donor: Ben Worrier

1971

n/a

no transcript

  30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8040

MARGARET E. LINDEMAN (fl. 1920-50)

Office worker for forty-nine years for Bethlehem Steel Company.

 Her two sisters also speak. History of Sparrows Point and the steel company.

Interviewer-donor: Ben Worrier

1972

n/a

no transcript

 1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8041

GEN. CHARLES E. MASSON (1898- )

 The early history of the Maryland National Guard Air Wing formed at Logan Field, Dundalk, Maryland in the 1920s; the Ninth Tactical Command during World War 11;

First parachute jumps at Logan Air Field; first air-to-ground messages; explosion of the Graf Zeppelin. Mentions Eddie Rickenbacker, Billy Mitchell, Gen. James Doolittle, and Temple Joyce.

 Interviewer-donor: Ben Worrier

1972

n/a

no transcript

1 hour, 25"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8042

WILLIAM WARD (fl. 1940-72)

Retired steelworker.

 Early days at Sparrows Point, Maryland; the Bethlehem Steel Company and Company store; first radios; washing machines; movies

. Interviewer-donor: Ben Worrier

1972

n/a

no transcript

  1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8043

GEORGE S. WHITE (1891- )

Retired steelworker.

 Crew that set the world riveting record in 1918 at the Bethlehem   Shipbuilding Corporation; early days at Turners Station, Maryland.

 Interviewer-donor: Ben Womer

1972

n/a

Notes on interview and recording, 1 pp; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 25 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8044

WALTER SONDHEIM, JR. (1908- )

 Vice-chairman, Charles Center-Inner Harbor Management, Inc., 1970;   senior vice-president and treasurer of the Hochschild, Kohn and Company.

 His family and early life; the Park School; the period of desegregation during his tenure as president of the school board; general comments on education.

Interviewer: Francis Colletta

1971

n/a

16 pp transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material; tape index. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8045

HENRY L. MENCKEN (1880-1956)

Journalist and author

Childhood in Baltimore; association with the Baltimore Herald Sunpapers, Smart Set, American Mercury, and his column in the Baltimore Sun; compares   the newspaper business in the 1920s and 1940s; religion; free speech; the Dempsey-Carter fight;  his years as drama critic; writing The American  Language; pleasure in music; his opinions of television and politics.

 Interviewer: D. H. Kirkley, Sr.

 1948

n/a

5 pp, summary; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 Two long-playing records made by the Library of Congress in 1948 (33 1/3 rpm, Number PL 18-PL 19).

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8046

LUBOV BREIT KEEFER (1896- )

Music and Russian language instructor at the Johns Hopkins University. Author of Baltimore's Music (Baltimore, 1962) and Music Angels (Baltimore, 1976).

 Early life in Russia; teaching at Catonsville High School and the   Peabody Institute; her philosophy of teaching; Baltimore as a music center; the Baltimore Chamber Music Society; the Baltimore Symphony; Asgar Hamerick; Reginald Stewart; local chamber music groups; women  as art patrons.

 Interviewer: Diana Digges

1973

n/a

47 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, biographical material, photograph. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 15"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8047

MILDRED KEMP MOMBERGER (1912- )  McKeldin-Jackson Project

Personal secretary and administrative assistant to Gov. Theodore R.   McKeldin, 1937-74.

 Character and personality assessment of McKeldin; Mayor William   Broening's influences; McKeldin's political campaigns; religious phase of   his life; personal traits; Eisenhower nomination; her meetings with Presi-   dents Richard Nixon and Lyndon Johnson; gubernatorial appointments  by McKeldin; his close associates; his two books.

 Interviewer: Charles L. Wagandt

1974

n/a

37 pp, transcript; Supplentary material: biographical material - (4 copies: 2 master; 2 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8048

ALFRED ANDERSON (1899- )

Merchant sailor and ship's cook.  

 Experiences on trips to Galveston, Texas; Wales; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; the Bahamas; S.S. John Madison.

 Interviewer-donor: W. Woods

1973

 2pp, summary - Folder E

n/a; no transcript

30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8049

GEORGE BEALL (1937- )

United States Attorney for Maryland, 1970-75.

Growing up in Frostburg, Maryland and his early school years; clerking for Judge Simon Sobeloff; controversy between former United States Attorney Steven Sachs and Attorney General John Mitchell; interesting cases; Arthur Bremer's attack on Gov. George Wallace; plea bargaining; narcotics networks; securities frauds; political kickbacks.

 Interviewer. Randy Beehler

1974

8 pp, notes, biography, summary - Folder F

n/a; no transcript

2 hours, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8050

THOMAS B. D'ALESANDRO, JR. (1903- )

Mayor of Baltimore, 1947-59; Democratic member of Congress for the Third District of Maryland, 1938-47.

 Childhood and education in Baltimore; service in the Maryland House of Delegates, 1926-33, and as congressman and mayor; political figures on the local and national levels; Democratic party in Baltimore; his accomplishments while mayor.

 Interviewer: Francis Colletta

1973

n/a

73 pp, transcript;  Supplementary material: newspaper clippings; city brochure on "Progress in Baltimore, 1947-57." - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8051

FATHER THOMAS F. WHELAN (1906- )

Last of eleven generations of Marylanders.

People he knew growing up in Baltimore and at Princeton University; training for the priesthood in Europe before World War 11; World War II experiences; position as first rector of Cathedral of Mary Our Queen and later Catholic Charity head. Mentions Lawrence Cardinal Shehan, Archbishop Francis Keough, Episcopal Bishop Noble Powell, and James Cardinal Spellman.

Interviewer.- Randy Beehler

1974

 n/a

81 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, newspaper clippings, summary of interview. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8052

JOHN T. KING, JR. (1887- )

Prominent Baltimore physician; consultant in internal medicine and cardiology beginning in 1919; chief physician at the Baltimore City Hospitals, 1939-46; chief of medical service, Walter Reed Hospital, 1942- 45; author of medical books and articles on cardiology and metabolism.

 Family background; Baltimore medical schools; comparison between father's practice and his own; service during World War II; origin of the stethoscope; Bromo-Seltzer; Bufferin; electrocardiography; metabolism studies; gerontological research; Maryland drug-user treatment law. Mentions H. L. Mencken, Gen. John Pershing, Field Marshall Sir John Dill,   and United States presidents and Maryland governors.

Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1973-74

n/a

343 pp, transcript; Supplentary material: newspaper clipping, biographical material, summary of interview. - (3 copies: 2 master; 1 public use)

16 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8053 -  8061

EAST-WEST EXPRESSWAY COLLECTION

Project done in Spring 1974 by Millie Rahn, student at University of  Maryland, Baltimore County, on the highway plans developed for Baltimore and citizen response. Interviews with people speaking for and against  the 3-A system, popularly known as the East-West Expressway.

 See individual entries for persons interviewed: Richard Birkmeyer, Lindley Butler, William Boucher, John Gleason, Barbara Mikulski, Carolyn Tyson, David Wagner, and Robert Zazzek.

Millie Rahn

1974

n/a

see individual entries

See individual entries

See individual interview entries

OH 8053

EAST-WEST EXPRESSWAY COLLECTION, Background material

Project done in Spring 1974 by Millie Rahn, student at University of  Maryland, Baltimore County, on the highway plans developed for Baltimore and citizen response. Interviews with people speaking for and against  the 3-A system, popularly known as the East-West Expressway.

Background material and supplementary material for project (See Extent(Transcript) column)

n/a

n/a

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Supplementary material: background information on project; chronology; illustrative material; newspaper  clippings; correspondence; brochures; statements before Baltimore City Council on June 21, 1973 by Albert D. Hutzler, Jr.; and Owen Daly report to the governor from Baltimore Chamber of Commerce, 1970. (also see individual entries). - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

n/a

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8054

WILLIAM BOUCHER (fl. 1958-74)                         East-West Expressway Collection

Executive director of the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC). 

Greater Baltimore Committee; importance of transportation in Baltimore's history; argues in favor of the 3-A system; history of growth and development in City. Economic value to Baltimore of planned road systems and the opposition of M(ovement) A(gainst) D(estruction); GBC's relationship with MAD

Millie Rahn

1974

n/a

31 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, summary of interview. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

Partly restricted, see transcript; 

OH 8055

DAVID WAGNER (fl. 1974) East-West Expressway Collection

Transportation planner for the Maryland Department of Transportation.  Former position as liaison between state highway people and Urban Design Concept Team

Attendance at local hearings; the 3-A system (East- West Expressway); social and economic impact of roads; his philosophy of  road planning.

 Millie Rahn

1974

n/a

tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 20

Yes; see letter contained with tape index 

OH 8056

CAROLYN TYSON (fl. 1974)                                      East-West Expressway Collection

President of M(ovement) A(gainst) D(estruction).

MAD opposition to Leakin Park Expressway; the suit filed in 1972;   political aspects of road contracts; the Franklin-Mulberry corridor; Rosemont community; interstate division for Baltimore City of the State Highway Department

Millie Rahn

1974

 n/a

tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 40"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8057

BARBARA MIKULSKI (1937- )                              East-West Expressway Collection

Baltimore City Councilwoman

Community opposition to highway plans; Rosemont community; Fells Point; the principle established of talking to those to be affected by the highway.

Millie Rahn

1974

 n/a

tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

20 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8058

DR. ROBERT ZAZZEK (fl. 1974)                                East-West Expressway Collection

Chairman of the chemistry department at Loyola College.

Canton Improvement Association; his own study of noise and air pollution; lawsuits against road plans; citizen organization to fight City Hall.

Millie Rahn

1974

n/a

tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 10"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8059

RICHARD BIRKMEYER (fl. 1958-74)                                East-West Expressway Collection

Department head at the Western Electric Company.

Road planning in Fort Holabird and Broening Highway areas.

Millie Rahn

1974

n/a

tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8060

JOHN C. GLEASON (fl. 1974)                                  East-West Expressway Collection

President of the Society for the Preservation of Fells Point, Montgomery Street and Federal Hill.

Fells Point history and preservation; Urban Design Concept Team; Southeast Council Against the Road; M(ovement) A(gainst) D(estruction); the 3-A system (East-West Expressway); the South East Community Organization; transportation priorities.

Millie Rahn

1974

 n/a

tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 15"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8061

LINDLEY BUTLER (fl. 1958-74)                          East-West Expressway Collection

First secretary of M(ovement) A(gainst) D(estruction).

 Early days of MAD; Esther Red; Relocation Action Movement; the Urban Design Concept Team.

Millie Rahn

1974

n/a

tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 20 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8062

LAWRENCE W. SAGLE (1892-1975)

First curator of the Baltimore and Ohio Transportation Museum, after a career as draftsman at the Baltimore and Ohio's Mount Clare shops; public relations representative, 1936-61; author of books and articles on railroading and model railroads

Detailed account of the origin of the collection in the Baltimore and  Ohio museum; the arrangement and renovation of the museum in 1953; film-making of restored locomotives.

 Interviewer: Roger B. White

1974

n/a

49 pp, transcript (2 copies); Supplementary material: biographical material, tape index, list of books by Sagle, program for B&O Railroad Transportation Museum. - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

1 hour, 55"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8063

KALEVI OLKIO (fl. 1974)

Coordinator and historian, All Nations Foundation, Inc.; emigrated  from Finland in 1946.

Foreign trade business; need for better personal services and contact  with foreign ships using the harbor; Norwegian institutions in Baltimore;  promotion of ethnic aspects of Baltimore-cultural, social, sightseeing,  and museums. Donated by the Johns Hopkins University.

 Interviewer: Marvin Trott

1974

n/a

31 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, copies of All Nations Foundation, Inc. (1974)  and Nordkap News (1972-73) newsletters. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8064

ALICE WALDHAUSER (fl. 1940-76)

Came to Baltimore in 1946 from England as bride of American soldier.

Her experiences as an English war-bride; comparisons between life in  England and the United States.

  Interviewer: John Simon

1974

n/a

46 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8065

HILDEGARDE (MRS. JOHN) CLANCY (1921- )

Came to Baltimore as wife of American soldier from Germany in 1946.

Her life in Germany; opinion of Hitler; comparisons between Germany  and the United States.

Interviewer.- Wendy Brick

1974

n/a

33 pp transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material, summary of interview - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8066

CLEMENT J.FRUCHA (1920- )

Member of the Baltimore Czech community.

  Window screen paintings; Kennedy election of 1960; Bohemian Dem-  ocratic Club; Sokol; Augustine Herrman Society of Saint Wenceslas  Church; lists of many Czech professional and business men.

  Interviewer.- Nancy J. Frame

1974

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, summary of interview. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8067

HOWARD E. SIMPSON (1896- )

Last president of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; employee of Central  of New Jersey Railroad; member of the United States Navy, Great Lakes area during World War 1.

 Daniel Willard; President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Baltimore and Ohio  luxury trains during the Depression; the merger with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, reasons, and the fight of fifty-one percent stock ownership; Walter J. Tuohy; problems of the railroads since 1953; decline in passenger service; hearings before the Interstate Commerce Commission; special equipment for presidential cars; railroad business cars; the philosophy of good passenger service.

 Interviewers: Roger White, David Hankey, John Hankey

1975

n/a

61 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material, newspaper clippings, business documents. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 3 hours, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8068

JOHN MATRICIANNI (1885- )

Immigrant from Sicily to Baltimore in 1907

.First experiences in Baltimore street and construction work.

Interviewer: Deborah Batchelor

1973

n/a

12 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Summary of interview. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8069

GEN. JAMES P. S. DEVEREUX (1903- )

General in the United States Marine Corps; commander on Wake Island, World War 11; member of Congress for Baltimore County, 1951- 58; candidate for Maryland governor.

His career as a Marine, particularly World War 11 and Japanese prisoner-of-war experiences. Transcript of interview conducted for the Marine Corps' Oral History Program, Washington, D.C.

Interviewers: Benis M. Frank

1970

n/a

212 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, photograph. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

Yes; see restrictions note in transcript

OH 8070

WILLIAM BOSE MARYE (1886-1979)

Genealogist for the Colonial Dames of America, Chapter One; corre- sponding secretary of the Maryland Historical Society, 1939-69; and writer on Maryland Indian history.

 Family background and boyhood in the joppatown area and at 714 St. Paul Street in Baltimore; Jessie Lee Bennett's salon; Maryland families; many of his contemporaries. OH. 8077 revises, corrects and expands upon this.

 Interviewer: Virginia Pitcher

1971

n/a

13 pp transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, newspaper clippings, family tree. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

4 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8071

LENORA NAST (1923-)

 

 Discussion of her doctoral dissertation, "The Role of the Clergy in Jewish-Christian Relations in Baltimore from 1945 to 1975" (Ph.D., St. Mary's Seminary and University of Theology, Baltimore) and the interview tapes she made while writing it, which she has given to the Maryland Historical Society.

Interviewer: Betty Key

1975

3 pp, summary - Folder F

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8072

JOHN D. BARNES (fl. 1918-75)

Comptroller, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1946-61.

 Railroad finances; the Chandler Act; the McLaughlin Act; 1955 refi- nancing; equipment trusts; Daniel Willard; early days in Lonaconing and Cumberland (Maryland); John J. Ekin; Walter Price; the Queen City   Hotel, Cumberland.

Interviewer: Roger White

1975

n/a

27 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, correspondence. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

  1 hour, 20"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8073

 WARFIELD FIROR (1896- )

 Johns Hopkins Hospital physician; University Hospital physician; sec-   retary of the American Surgical Society, 1943-49.

 Johns Hopkins Medical School during World War 11; implications of atomic bomb; the Flexner report; Red Cross Blood Donor program; new   drugs; comparisons of Baltimore before and after the fire of 1904 and earlier and present medical education.

 Interviewer.- Randy Beehler

1974

6 pp, biography, summary - Folder F

n/a; no transcript

 2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8074

 J. MILLARD TAWES (1894-1979)

 Governor of Maryland, 1958-66.

 Maryland Constitutional Convention; desegregation on Route 40; racial strife in Cambridge (Maryland); Dr. Harry Byrd; many state and national political contemporaries; environmental legislation.

 Interviewer: Walter Finch

1974

n/a

66 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8075

GEORGE L. RADCLIFFE (1877-1974)

 United States Senator from Maryland, 1935-47; president of the Maryland Historical Society, 1939-65.

 Political figures he knew well, particularly Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Roosevelt's definition of a "good politician"; desegregation period in Maryland; Cambridge, Maryland.

 Interviewer: Walter Finch and Donna Shanklin

1974

n/a

54 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, correspondence - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8076

ARTHUR J. PAYNE (1893- )                                      McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Minister, Enon Baptist Church 1924-74. Served as chaplain at the 1952   Republican Presidential Convention and seconded Gov. Thomas E. Dewey's nomination.

 Jackson family film shows; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and church relationships; Lillie May Jackson's character; Carl Murphy's role in civil rights activities; Juanita Jackson's role; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

 Interviewer: Reginald Hildebrand

1976

15 pp. partial transcript, tape index, newspaper clippings - Folder A

23 pp, full transcript, evaluation, time index (2 copies: 1 public use; 1 digital)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8077

WILLIAM BOSE MARYE (1886-1979)

 

Revisions, corrections and additions for the first series of interviews, OH. 8070.

Interviewer: Betty McK.Key

1975

n/a

n/a

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8078

WILLIAM C. BAKER (1891- )

Vice-president in charge of operations of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad of Baltimore, 1949-61.

 Railroad career (beginning in 1906) in Baltimore, Western Maryland, Ohio, and Chicago; diesel engines replacing steam; servicing steam engines; trainmaster duties; "Fair of the Iron Horse," the 1927 celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

 Interviewer.- Roger White

1975

n/a

16 pp, transcript; Supplentary material: newspaper clippings, correspondence, biographical and business material. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8079

JAMES B. MARTIN (1901-81)

Retired Baltimore and Ohio Railroad manager of the dining car and commissary department, 1957-66.

 E. V. Baugh; Marshall Field; the company publicity train in 19351- traveling with President Franklin D. Roosevelt during World War 11; Winston Churchill as a passenger; the Roosevelt family; Charles Schwab; J. Pierpont Morgan; serving Naval Academy students on football trips; five prominent people who first worked as dining car waiters and stewards; discrimination; the policy of superior meals for low prices; changes during the Depression; causes for decline of railroad passenger service; the "sev- enteen-mile grade"; serving West Point Cadets on Presidential Inauguration Day.

 Interviewer: Carroll R. Bennett

 1975

n/a

57 pp, transcript - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8080

GRACE HARTIGAN (1928- )                                       Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Painter and artist-in-residence at the Maryland Institute Graduate School of Painting.

 Living in New York in the 1940s and 1950s; abstract expressionism; painting styles; Jackson Pollock; Wilhelm De Kooning; Baltimore as a home for the professional artist.

 Interviewer: Paula Rome

1975

n/a

53 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: photograph, biographical material, newspaper and magazine articles; catalogue of Hartigan New York exhibition, March 1975. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8081

ADELYN DOHME BREESKIN (1896 - ) Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

 Director, Baltimore Museum of Art, 1947-62.

 Print collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art; Vienna Biennale, 1960; Mary Cassatt; museum development; the National Gallery of Fine Arts; the Gallery of Modern Art in Washington.

 Interviewer: Paula Rome

1975

n/a

44 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, photograph, biographical material, biographical essay - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 50"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8082

 WILLIAM BOSE MARYE (1886-1979)

 Genealogist, writer on Maryland archaeology and Indian artifacts.

The Bryn Mawr dig; findings on the Gunpowder River; origin of pieces   in the collection of the Maryland Historical Society.

 Interviewer: Carroll R. Bennett

1975

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: correspondence - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8083

 JOHN BUTLER (1897-1978)

 United States Senator from Maryland, 1951-63.

Early life and education; his proposed Constitutional amendments; his   1950 senatorial campaign.

 Interviewer: Randy Beehler

1975

8pp, summary , biography, newspaper clippings - Folder F

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 45"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8084

 SIRKKA TUOMI (1920- )

Daughter of immigrant Finns.

 Active in politics with the Socialist Party,   Progressive Finns, and cooperatives.   The ethnic theatre; McCarran immigration Act; Sen. Joseph McCarthy   era; House Un-American Activities Committee; the New Era Bookstore; the Finnish community in Baltimore, pre-World War I and post-World   War 11.

Interviewer: Matti M. Paavola

1975

n/a

56 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clipping - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 45"

 

OH 8085

 ANDREW RICHARD SZULINSKI (1953- ) "Stasiu Dombrowski"

Son of Polish immigrants. Radio personality under stage name "Stasiu   Dombrowski. "

Consistent use of Polish in his family; reaction to "Polish jokes," both personally and professionally; experiences on his all-night program for   radio station WFBR; ethnic variety of his listeners; Catholic parents' experience in World War 2 concentration camps in Poland and as immigrants to the United States; current political conditions in Poland

 Interviewer: Robert 0. Grover

1975

n/a

14 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clipping; biographical form; biographical sketch - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

30 minutes

 

OH 8086

ANNA CATHERINE DROZD YARMALOW (1900- )

Member of the Fells Point Polish community.

Cannery work; the Depression and Prohibition periods.

 Interviewer: George A. Frank

1973

n/a

29 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical form; interview summary (master copy contains 3 slides) - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

 

OH 8087

 PAULINE PREVAS (1929- )

Daughter of Greek immigrants.

Educational experience (through college); ethnic communal living;   formation of the third Greek community in Baltimore; Greek customs,   music, and resistance to assimilation.

Interviewer: Steven Angelos

1975

n/a

35 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical form; tape index - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

 

OH 8088

GARY ELLSWORTH (1946- ) CHERYL PEARCE, DAVE SHURTZ

Mormon missionarys.

 Mormonism in the Baltimore-Washington area.  Group interview: also includes Dave Shurtz and Cheryl Pearce.

Interviewer: Glenn Heckathon

1973

n/a

26 transcript; Supplementary material: biographical forms; interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

 

OH 8089

THERESA RYNCEWICZ (fl. 1974)

Daughter of Polish immigrants to Baltimore.  

Family experiences and lifestyle of a Polish immigrant family in Baltimore.

 Interviewer.- Alexandra Peeler

1974

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biogrpahical form; interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 1 hour

 

OH 8090

DAN PETERS (fl.1937-73)

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad dining car employee, 1937-73.

Working on special trains for President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, Walter P. Marshall, president of Western Union, and Col. R. B. White; travels since retirement; obtaining supplies during World War I for soldiers and prisoners-of-war; reunions of Baltimore and Ohio cooks and waiters.

Interviewer: David and John Hankey

1975

n/a

30 pp, transcript - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

 

OH 8091

POLISH RADIO PROGRAMS IN BALTIMORE

Four hosts of Polish music programs in Baltimore discuss the goals of the programs and play samples of the music: Milton Brozoski (Station WBJC-FM), Bill Hnat (WKTK-FM), Barb Miejon (WBMD-AM), Mike Lozosky (WISZ-AM and -FM)

 

 Interviewer. Bob Luh

1973

 1 pp, notes - Folder F

n/a

30 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8092

SCHOOL DESEGREGATION IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND

Summary of documentary material on school controversies in Montgomery County, 1970-72

Identification of thirty-five interviewees; chronology of the dispute, 1971-72; bibliography of thirty-one newspaper articles; school board and community documents.

 

1973-74

n/a

no transcripts; Supplementary material: guide to collection; chronology; list of interviews; source list - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use) Tapes, transcripts, and bibliographical material available only at the George Washington University Library, Washington, D.C. and the Montgomery County Library in Rockville, Maryland.

n/a

n/a

OH 8093

JAMES VINCENT KOZLIK (1883- )

President of the Slovan Building and Loan Association.

 The Slovan Building and Loan Association; the Czech community in Baltimore; working for an Eastern Shore cannery before World War 1.             

 Interviewer: Phyllis Neuman

1977

n/a

25 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index; biographical form - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 40

 

OH 8094

VIRGINIA JACKSON KIAH (1911-2001 ) and JUANITA  JACKSON MITCHELL (1913-1992) Mckeldin-Jackson Project

Daughters of Lillie May Jackson.

Lillie May Jackson's early years; history of family and parent's marriage;   father's life; recollections from childhood; Lillie May Jackson's mas-   toidectomy and growth of religious beliefs; educational backgrounds of   the two sisters; Buy-where-you-can-work campaign; Franklin D. Roosevelt   and the civil rights efforts in the 1930's; membership drives; museum   segregation; the Kiah Museum in Savannah, Georgia; the Lillie Carroll   Jackson Museum, Baltimore.

 Interviewer: Charles Wagandt

1975

n/a

60 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clipping, biographical material - (4 copies: 2 master; 2 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8095

JUANITA JACKSON MITCHELL (1913-1992) Mckeldin-Jackson Project

Daughter of Lillie May Jackson.

 Background of the Jackson family; Dr. Lillie May Jackson and her   activities with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored   People in Baltimore; desegregation and civil rights battles; work with the   National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; voter registration; the Supreme Court decision of 1954.

Interviewer: Charles Wagandt

1974

  59 pp.

59 pp, transcript (2 copies): Supplementary material: biogrpahical material, newspaper clippings - (4 copies: 2 master; 2 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8096

WILLIAM B. REELY (1896-

General manager of the Savage Cotton Duck Mill.

Work in a Laurel textile mill when eleven years old; wages, hours, and   cotton products made by the mill; World War I supplies for the govern-   ment; change from water to electric power; replacement of cotton by   synthetics for industrial uses.

   Interviewer: John Brennan

1975

2 pp, partial transcript - Folder E

n/a; see Folder E

30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8097

JUANITA JACKSON MITCHELL (1913-1992) and   VIRGINIA JACKSON KIAH (1911-2001)           McKeldin-Jackson Project 

Daughters of Lillie May Jackson.

 Lillie May Jackson's life; various civil rights campaigns; "Uncle Tom-   ism"; other black organizations; non-violent stance; opposition to Black   Panthers; Scottsboro case; relationships with their mother; Theodore R.   McKeldin as mayor and governor; Freedom Rides; Baltimore as a "target   city" for the Congress of Racial Equality; the role of Carl Murphy; the   Baltimore riots of 1968.

Interviewer: Charles Wagandt

1976

n/a

27 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8098

 JAMES MALLAHAN CAIN (1892-1977)

Journalist and author of crime novels, plays, and short stories.

 His experiences as a Hollywood screenwriter, 1931-48, and as managing editor of the New Yorker magazine in 1931; his later life (1950 on) in Hyattsville, Maryland. Recollections of H. L. Mencken, Harold Ross, Walter Lippman, George Anthell, and many other screenwriters, actors, and journalists

Interviewer: Margo Backas

1975

n/a

60 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Correspondence, newpaper and magazine clippings, photograph, preface to "Three of a Kind" - a book by James Cain - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

  2 hours, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8099

PEGGY EWING WAXTER (1904- )                          McKeldin-Jackson Project

Community worker and wife of Judge Thomas J. Waxter.

 Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and trip with Governor and Mrs. McKeldin to Liberia; his concern for civil rights; Lillie May Jackson and her relationship with Judge Waxter; the integration of neighborhoods.

 Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

n/a

15 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, Interview evaluation, memorandum of speech by Judge Thomas Waxter - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 10"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8100

LOUIS SHUB (1912- ) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Pianist, active in the Baltimore civil rights movement.

Ober Law fight; Ford's Theatre strike; segregation of park facilities; personalities and influences of Lillie May Jackson and Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

 7 pp, partial transcript, biography - Folder A

n/a; see Folder A

45 minutes; Interviewed for training class - Mckeldin-Jackson Project

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8101

PETER MARUDAS (1937- ) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Chief administrative assistant to Mayor Theodore R. McKeldin and Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro

Influences of Theodore McKeldin; his religion; Republican party as theparty of Lincoln; Judge Simon Sobeloff as one of McKeldin's chiefadvisors.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

n/a

25 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8102

JUDGE ROBERT B. WATTS (1922-)             McKeldin-Jackson Project

Judge of the Supreme Bench of Maryland; worked under Lillie MayJackson as a law student at the University of Maryland.Voter registration campaign;

Charles Houston's influence; the 1954 Supreme Court civil rights decision; other legislative battles; personal reflections on Lillie May Jackson's personality and character; the signifcance of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

n/a

39 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

  1 hour, 10"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8103

JUDGE HARRY COLE (1922- )                    McKeldin-Jackson Project

Municipal Court Judge

The 1942 march on Annapolis and his speech before the House of  Delegates; Lillie May Jackson's support of his campaign for the State  Senate; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin as a political opportunist; and a comparison with Gov. Sprio Agnew.

Interviewer.- Richard Richardson

1976

9 pp,  evaluation, tape index, biography, newspaper clippings, Folder A

n/a; no transcript

35 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8104

 DAVID GLENN (1925- )  McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Assistant Secretary of the State Department of Human Resources beginning in 1973 and assistant to Mayor Theodore R. McKeldin, 1963-67.

Details of relationship with McKeldin; McKeldin's motives, methods,  results, and character

 Interviewer.- Nancy Krieger

1975

n/a

21 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

40 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8105

THELMA TURNER (fl. 1930-50)                      McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Supervisor of snack bar at Goucher College.

The lives of working blacks in the 1930s to the 1950s in Baltimore: living conditions, the effect of World War II, awareness of Gov. Theodore R.  McKeldin and Dr. Lillie May Jackson, desegregation of park facilities, the  National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and views  of the civil rights movement as a whole; her "dawning self-awareness."

 Interviewer.- Joy Olgyay

1971

14 pp, evaluation, tape index, transcript - Folder A

n/a; no transcript

45 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8106

MARSHALL S. JONES, JR. (1932- )                      McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Holder of numerous posts in Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's administra-  tion.

 First meeting with McKeldin in the late 1950s; 1963 gubernatorial  campaign; the Community Relations Commission of 1963; the Board of  Elections in 1965; City Hall and its role in the civil rights movement; the  problems of the Republicans- crime statistics. Interviewed for the training  class of the McKeldin-Jackson Project.

Interviewer: Brenda McCauley

1976

n/a

15 pp, transcript; Supplementary material:Biographical material, interview evaluation, time index - (4 copies: 1 master; 2 public use; 1 digital)

45 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8107

WALTER LORD (1917-)           Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Author of Dawn's Early Light (New York: Norton, 1972) and numerous other books.

Growing up in Roland Park in Baltimore; the Gilman School; his first  literary venture-editing The Freemantle Diary (Boston: Little, Brown,1954); favorite themes; past and present quality of historical research; therelevance and readability of history.

Interviewer: Randy Beehler

1976

n/a

30 pp, transcript: Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, correspondence, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8108

ALBERT DESALVO (fl. 1976)

Director of the Citizens Planning and Housing

Association.Membership of the association; goals and accomplishments of thetransportation committee; preparation of the Bawlamer guide book; de-scription of a "Plastic Liberal"; Baltimore neighborhoods; a recent spin-off organization of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association.

Interviewer: Alice Jewell

1976

 1 pp, summary -Folder E

n/a; no transcript

30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8109

 FRANCES MORTON FROELICHER (MRS. HANS,JR.), (1912- )

Founder and executive director, 1945-69, of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association.Baltimore

Housing Authority; the "Baltimore Plan"; the Departmentof Housing and Community Development; the Mount Royal Improve-ment Association; her philosophy of housing, planning, and the use ofvolunteers; Hans Froelicher; Pleasanton Conquest; Mayor William Donald Schaefer.

Interviewer: Alice Jewell

1976

n/a

67 pp, transcript; Supplementary material; newspaper clippings, correspondence, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours, 20"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8110

 MRS. ENOLIA MCMILLAN (1904- )                McKeldin-Jackson Project

President of the Baltimore chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, beginning in 1970.

Early years; educational background; reorganization of the NationalAssociation for the Advancement of Colored People in 1954; McKeldinand civil rights role of black women; Twenty-Fifth Street School; realestate held by Lillie May Jackson; cooperation between the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Urban League.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

n/a

36 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Newspaper clippings, biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 40"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8111

EARLE POORBAUGH (1900- )                       McKeldin-Jackson Project

Special assistant to Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin

McKeldin's campaigns, personality, attitudes on civil rights and deathpenalty.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

4 pp, biography, evaluation, tape index - Folder A

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 15 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8112

 DAVID GLENN (1925- ) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Assistant secretary of the State Department of Human Resources beginning in 1973; assistant to Theodore R. McKeldin as Mayor, 1965-67.

Lengthy, basic background material for civil rights history in Maryland. Jail Board; Community Relations Commission; Gov. Theodore R. Mc- Keldin and Lillie May Jackson; work in civil rights with employment drives in the 1950s; Jackson-Mitchell alliance; public accommodations drive; Omnibus Civil Rights Bill; Lillie May Jackson; general commentary on leadership.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

n/a

122 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

  3 hours, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8113

MARSHALL BRIGHT, SR. (1903-)                      McKeldin-Jackson Project

Community Relations Director, Baltimore chapter, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Civil rights issues within the United States Postal Service (National  Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees); family friendship with Lillie  May Jackson; church roles; National Association for the Advancement of  Colored People and Urban League relations; Congress of Racial Equality; Freedom House; the future of civil rights.

 Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

 6 pp, evaluation, tape index, biography - Folder A

20 pp, transcript, evaluation, time index, subject index (2 copies: 1 public use; 1 digital)

  50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8114

CLIFTON JONES (1910- ) McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Sociologist at Howard University

The nature of discrimination in Baltimore; housing problems; his  appointment by Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin to the Advisory Committee  for State Employment Commission, 1954; the Housing Act of 1949;  nursing home desegregation.

 Interviewer: Nancy Krieger

1975

 9 pp, curriculum vitae, evaluation, tape index - Folder A

n/a: no transcript

 40 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8115

 GLENN GROSSMAN (1950- )                       McKeldin-Jackson Project

Civil rights activist in 1968, while student at Johns Hopkins University.

 

 

1976

 6 pp, biography, notes, partial transcript - Folder A

n/a: no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8116

 H. WARREN BUCKLER (1906- )                       McKeldin-Jackson Project

Baltimore City Councilman for the Fifth District and a practicing  lawyer.

Personal involvement with picketing at Ford's and Lyric Theatres;  unsuccessful lawsuits in Prince George's County against neighborhood  schools; Citizens Planning and Housing Association; Gov. Theodore R.  McKeldin and Lillie May Jackson relationship; perspective on McKeldin  and the future of civil rights without McKeldin.

 Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

5 pp, evaluation, tape index, biography - Folder A

n/a: no transcript

55 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8117

 LOUISE KERR HINES (1916- )                         McKeldin-Jackson Project

Plaintiff in the Enoch Pratt Free Library suit to integrate trainingclasses in 1943.

Charles Houston as her lawyer; participation in the National Associationfor the Advancement of Colored People activities; work with the BaltimoreAfro-American and its editor, Carl Murphy; the tenacity of Lillie MayJackson in the civil rights cause; the working relationship between LillieMay Jackson and Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

 3 pp, biography, tape index - Folder B

n/a: no transcript

45 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8118

CHESTER L. WICKWIRE (1913- )                        McKeldin-Jackson Project

Chaplain at the Johns Hopkins University.

His involvement in the desegregation at Northwood Theatre withMorgan State students and at other places of public accommodations; the Congress of Racial Equality; Walter Carter; the Black Panthers; Gov.Theodore R. McKeldin.

Interviewer.- Michael Louis

1976

7 pp, biography, tape index - Folder A

n/a: no transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8119

THOMAS J. D'ALESANDRO, III (1929-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Attorney and mayor of Baltimore, 1967-71.

Characteristics of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and Baltimore politics,especially in the 1960s; his father's political influence and appointmentsin City Hall; reactions to Omnibus Civil Rights Bill, 1964; civil rights asTheodore R. McKeldin's primary concern; important civil rights leaders;riots in the 1960s; Lillie May Jackson; the Inner Harbor plan.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

n/a

27 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, newspaper clippings, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8120

 DR. CHARLES E. WATTS (1899-)                        McKeldin-Jackson Project

Dentist, appointed treasurer of the National Association for the Ad-vancement of Colored People, Baltimore Chapter, in 1950, by Lillie May Jackson.

Lillie May Jackson's role in determining the activities of the NationalAssociation for the Advancement of Colored People; Lillie May Jackson's and Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's relationship; the non-partisanship ofthe National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and of Lillie May Jackson.

Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

2 pp, evaluation, biography, tape index - Folder B

n/a; no transcript

27 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8121

SAMUEL HOPKINS (1917-  )                                     McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Investment banker with strong family background in the abolition movement in Baltimore and Maryland.

Knowledgeable regarding Mary-land history and civil rights. Mentions many supporters of civil rights and discusses characters andpersonalities of Lillie May Jackson and Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin as personal friend of each.

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

n/a

28 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, interview evaluation, tape index, newspaper clippings - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8122

FRIEDA COLEMAN (1923-)                                   McKeldin-Jackson Project

Employee of Family and Children's Society.

 Early days of the Congress of Racial Equality in Baltimore; picketingand police response; Col. William A. ("Box") Harris; Omnibus CivilRights Bill of 1964; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and Lillie May Jackson;the riots of 1968.

 Interviewer: Susan Conwell

1976

7 pp, evaluation, biography, tape index - Folder B

n/a; no transcript

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8123

ESTHER LAZARUS (Mrs. Albert Goldman) (1900-80) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Department of Public Welfare, 1938-69. Appointed director of thatdepartment by Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

Places black civil rights effort within larger movement of "doing for"others; compares Governor McKeldin and Lillie May Jackson support forand work with the welfare department of the Waxter Center.

Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

5 pp, evaluation, tape index, biography - Folder B

n/a; no transcript

45 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8124

JOHN L. BERRY (1900- ) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Appointed as first black police magistrate by Gov. Theodore R. Mc-Keldin. 

Personal involvement in civil rights movement;the roles of McKeldinand Lillie May Jackson; where credit is due in civil rights struggle. Finalfive minutes sealed until 1981.

 Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

14 pp, evaluation, biography, tape index, correspondence - Folder B

n/a; no transcript

50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8125

COL. WILLIAM A. ("BOX") HARRIS (1918-)           McKeldin-Jackson Project

Assistant to Gov. Marvin Mandel for community services, beginning in1973.

"Firsts" in national guard and police force appointments of blacks; riots in Baltimore, 1968; appointment as parole officer and later as United States marshal under Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin; American Civil Workers' Union; how blacks utilized the various government channels underMcKeldin and Mayor Thomas J. D'Alesandro, Jr.; working with LillieMay Jackson.

 Interviewer: Susan Conwell

1976

n/a

53 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material,interview evalauation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 50"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8126

VIRGINIA JACKSON KIAH(1911-)               McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Daughter of Lillie May Jackson. An artist as well as membershipsecretary in the 1930s of the National Association for the Advancement ofColored People, Baltimore Chapter.

Memories of her mother; Lillie May Jackson's qualifications to be aminister; her disapproval of Virginia's marriage to Calvin Kiah; role of the "upper crust" in the civil rights movement; Mary McLeod Bethuneand Eleanor Roosevelt.

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

2 pp, evaluation, tape index - Folder B

17 pp, transcript, evaluation, time index (2 copies: 1 public use; 1 digital)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8127

EDWARD N.WILSON (1896- )                           McKeldln-Jackson Project

 Educator. Served with Lillie May Jackson as trustee of the Sharp Street Church and at the National Association for the Advancement of ColoredPeople. Conducted police and citizenship "schools."

Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and his religious background; relationship between Lillie May Jackson and McKeldin.

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

n/a

27 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Tape index, biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8128

MARION BASCOM (1922-2012)                                   McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Minister of the Douglas Memorial Community Church.

Forceful argument for black self-improvement; failings of white Amer-ica; descriptions of Lillie May Jackson, Theodore R. McKeldin, and the role of black churches in the civil rights movement from the early 1960s.

 Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

n/a

30 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index - (4 copies: 2 master; 2 public use)

1 hour, 40"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8129

REV. FRANK L. WILLIAMS (1916- ) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Minister, Asbury United Methodist Church.

Influence of Lillie May Jackson; her character and activities in theNational Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin; Cambridge riots; Urban League; Ministerial Alliance;  the labor movement; the march on Washington, D.C.; the Black United Front.

 Interviewer: Michael Louis

1976

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, interviwer notes, tape index - (3 copies; 1 master; 2 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8130

THOMAS M. HUGH (fl. 1950-76)                       McKeldin-Jackson Project

Author of a book on the Cambridge (Maryland) riots and active in theMaryland civil rights movement in the 1950s.

Assessments of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and Lillie May Jackson;boycotts; influence of Walter Carter; the effectiveness of the National  Association for the Advancement of Colored People under Lillie May  Jackson's long tenure.

 Interviewer: Michael Louis

1976

8 pp, evaluation, biography, tape index - Folder B

n/a; no transcript

50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8131

VERNON DOBSON (1923-)
McKeldin-Jackson Project

Minister, Union Baptist Church.

 Early years of the civil rights movement in Baltimore; Dr. Harvey  Johnson-Lillie May Jackson work and leadership roles; the Ministerial  Alliance; the Black United Front and the 1960s; Theodore R. McKeldin's  place among Maryland politicians; Parren Mitchell; the role of the Union  Baptist Church in the civil rights movement.

Interviewer - Michael Louis

1976

25 pp.

25 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8132

 JUDGE JOHN R. HARGROVE (1923-)  McKeldin-Jackson Project

Judge, Supreme Bench of Baltimore City. Team of Lillie May Jackson and Carl Murphy in the civil rights  movement;

his role in the civil rights cases with Judge Robert Watts,  Juanita Mitchell, and Thurgood Marshall; insights into the nature of  Lillie May Jackson's leadership and the attention it drew from whites; criticism of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

 Interviewer: Michael Louis

1976

11 pp, evaluation, biography, tape index, - Folder B

n/a; no transcript

50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8133

 W. GEORGE COLLINS (fl. 1950-78)                          McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Former journalist for the Baltimore Afro-American newspaper

Assessments of Lillie May Jackson's, Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's, and  Carl Murphy's roles in the civil rights movement; the Urban League; the  National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; personal  relationship with Lillie May Jackson.

 Interviewer.- Michael Louis

1976

n/a

n/a

1 hour;  Not released.

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8134

 DR. J. E. T. CAMPER (1894-1977)                                         McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Physician.

 Early involvement with picketing on Pennsylvania Avenue and at  telephone company; voter registration with Lillie May Jackson; 1942  march on Annapolis; roles of Carl Murphy and Lillie May Jackson;  opinions of Lillie May Jackson; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin; National  Associaton for the Advancement of Colored People; the Urban League;  the Governor's Commission on Problems Affecting Negroes.

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

n/a

52 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, tape index, newspaper clippings, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8135

 JUANITA JACKSON MITCHELL (1913- )  McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Daughter of Lillie May Jackson

Personal account of her feelings about her mother and her mother's religion in answer to the John F. Kennedy Library personality questions. Describes mother as an old-fashioned Methodist, strict in pursuit of excellence, a business woman with a small circle of social contacts, and living for her church and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

 3pp, tape index, biography, evaluation - Folder C

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8136

 LEON SACHS (1907-) McKeldin-Jackson Project 

 Director' Baltimore Jewish Council, 1941-75, and instructor at the Johns Hopkins University, 1929-41. Active in community and civil rights activities.

  Fair Employment Practices Law and legislative fights of the 1950s; Community Relations Commission under Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin with David Glenn; contacts with Lillie May Jackson and Juanita Jackson Mitchell; relationship between Jewish and black communities; character and mayoral terms of Theodore R. McKeldin, and his relationship with Republican party; Lillie May Jackson's political involvement.

 Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

n/a

85 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, tape index, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

3 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8137

 SILAS CRAFT (1918-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Educator and school administrator involved with the civil rights movement in Howard and Montgomery Counties through the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Influence of Lillie May Jackson and Governor McKeldin as "trail blazers"; school desegregation; blacks in the military; relationship between the Congress of Racial Equality and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Interviewer.- Richard Richardson

1976

n/a

49 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, tape index, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8138

EVELYN BURRELL (1919-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Baltimore Community Relations Commission, 1967 to date of interview.

Her work with the Black Panthers, the Black United Front, Freedom House, and the Baltimore Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; personal observations of 1936 boycotts; character of Lillie May Jackson.

Interviewer.- Susan Conwell

1976

n/a

33 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

1 hour, 40 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8139

G. DONALD MURRAY (1913-)                         McKeldin-Jackson Project

 First black admitted to the University of Maryland Law School. Represented in court by Charles H. Houston, William Gosnell, and Thurgood  Marshall.

Recalls fight to enter other graduate schools; Lillie May Jackson's  leadership and work with churches; National Association for the Advance-  ment of Colored People; legal civil rights cases; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's appointments.

 Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

 5 pp, evaluation, tape index, biography - Folder C

no transcript

 45 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8140

 ELIZABETH MURPHY MOSS (fl. 1938-76)  McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Publisher-vice president of the Baltimore Afro-American and writer for  that newspaper since 1938. Daughter of Carl Murphy.

 Relationship between Carl Murphy and Lillie May Jackson; the Jackson  family; desegregation in Baltimore City schools; Afro-American support forcivil rights activities; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's appointments.

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

 1976

n/a

50 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical materail, tape index, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8141

 MARGARET L. DYER (1914-)                       McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored  People, Baltimore Chapter, 1968.

 Voter registration drive of 1957-58; personal evaluation of Lillie May  Jackson; election of Enolia McMillan to succeed Lillie May Jackson in  NAACP; Carl Murphy as a leader in the civil rights movement; relationship between Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and Lillie May Jackson.

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

 3 pp, Tape index, biography, evaluation, Folder C

no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8142

 ELIZABETH D. RANDALL (1918-)                         McKeldin-Jackson Project

Secretary for Lillie May Jackson and the National Association for the  Advancement of Colored People, 1962-68.

 Lillie May Jackson and the National Association for the Advancement  of Colored People activities and relationships; the church's role; statement  of Lillie May Jackson's contribution to civil rights for blacks.

 Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

3 pp, Tape index, biography, letter - Folder C

no transcript

30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8143

WINIFRED O.BRYSON(1915-)                                McKeldin-Jackson Project

Professor of economics and business at Morgan State College. Expert on black businesses.

 Lillie May Jackson; his own early work with the National Association  for the Advancement of Colored People as auditor and board member;advances in federal savings and loan associations; landlord exploitation;Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

5 pp, Tape index and resume, Folder C

no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8144

 SOLOMON LISS (1915-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

On Supreme Bench of Baltimore City beginning in 1968 and advisor onmetropolitan affairs to Mayor Theodore R. McKeldin in 1963.

Public Accommodations Bill and Equal Employment Act; McKeldinas sincere and intellectual; the influence of Judge Simon Sobeloff, LillieMay Jackson's leadership and courage; McKeldin and Lillie May Jacksons compatriots.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

10 pp, tape index, biography, evaluation - Folder C

no transcipt

75 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8145

 VERDA D. WELCOME (1912-)                          McKeldin-Jackson Project

Maryland state senator.

General direction of civil rights in Maryland under Lillie May Jackson;picketing at the Gwynn Oak Amusement Park; connections inherent inthe black community; various black factions; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldinin contrast to Gov. Spiro Agnew; relationship between blacks and Jews in Baltimore.

Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

n/a

34 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, tape index, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 15"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8146

 LANE BERK (1922-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Member of the State Human Relations Commission, the Congress of Racial Equality, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and the Urban League. Consultant for the United States Civil Rights Commission.

Personal involvement in all aspects of the civil rights movement in Maryland in the 1960s from sit-ins to Cambridge incidents; the relation-ships between the women's movement and the civil rights movement and,between various factions within the civil rights movement.

Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

n/a

60 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 50"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8147

 TROY BRAILEY (1916-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Labor leader and state senator.

Labor aspects of civil rights movement; labor and the industrial com-munity of Baltimore; the National Association for the Advancement ofColored People; personal association with Lillie May Jackson and Gov.Theodore R. McKeldin; the Urban League; the march on Washington in1942.

Interviewer: Michael Louis

1976

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, interview evaluation, notes, tape index, newspaper clippings - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8148

 J. MARSHALL STEWART (1899-1977)                   McKeldin-Jackson Project

Businessman, executive with Interstate Motor Carrier, and a close personal friend of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

 Personal recollections; the influence of Mayor William Broening;  McKeldin and the Baltimore Institute of Musical Arts; McKeldin's attitude, basic philosophy, ambitions, and concern with civil rights.

 Interviewer: Richard Richardson

 1976 

n/a

53 pp, transcript; Supplemntary material: Biographical material, interview evaluation, tape index, newspaper clippings - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8149

 SUSIE MURPHY (1903-)  McKeldin-Jackson Project

Civil rights worker for the National Association for the Advancement of  Colored People.

Anecdotes and recollections of Lillie May Jackson; vital office workings of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; the church's involvement; Lillie May Jackson and Carl Murphy; the character of Lillie May Jackson.

 Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

7 pp, summary, tape index, biography, newspaper clippings - Folder C

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8150

 D. ELDRED RINEHART (1903- )                         McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Campaign director for Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin in 1950 and 1954 and an active Republican.

 McKeldin's role in the Republican Party; his style with people; his civil  rights activities and appointments.

Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

 4 pp, evaluation, tape idex, biography - Folder C

n/a; no transcript

40 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8151

 KATHERINE RINEHART (1921- )                            McKeldin-Jackson Project

Former Republican National Committeewoman from Maryland.

Worked for Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin during his second mayoral term.  Political aspects of McKeldin as well as his beliefs and political ideas;  details regarding the mayor's office and civil rights; the Congress of Racial  Equality; black leaders; the militant years.

Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

n/a

36 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

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OH 8152

 JAMES HEPBRON (1891-1979)                             McKeldin-Jackson Project

Police Commissioner of Baltimore in the 1950s.

Blacks on the police force in that period; Theodore R. McKeldin and  the civil rights movement; "Jim Crow" laws; Lillie May Jackson; the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; the character of Lillie May Jackson and her leadership.

Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1976

n/a

24 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Tape index - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

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OH 8153

 RAYMOND A. C. YOUNG (1906-)                          McKeldin-Jackson Project

United States Post Office carrier and supervisor.

 Discrimination in post office and unions; success of Lillie May Jacksonand the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People asdue to "church people"; Lillie May Jackson's opinion of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin; a department store discrimination fight.

Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

3 pp, evaluation, tape index, name index, biography - Folder D

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8154

 CLARENCE M. MITCHELL, JR. (1911-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Director of Washington bureau of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People beginning in 1950.

 His childhood; the Mitchell family; the Young People's Forum; CarlMurphy; leaders before Lillie May Jackson; marriage to Juanita Jackson;Lillie May Jacksons work in the National Association for the Advance-ment of Colored People; Walter White; inter-racial marriages; the DonaldMurray case; failure of media to report civil rights struggles; relations of blacks and Jews; the Scottsboro trial.

Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

n/a

85 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, newspaper clippings, tape index, interview evaluation - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

3 hours

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OH 8155

 MILDRED KEMP MOMBERGER (1912-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Personal secretary and administrative assistant to Gov. Theodore R.McKeldin, 1937-74.

 McKeldin's life and career, especially his early years and involvement with civil rights as the mayor of Baltimore; the Herring Run Housing Project; campaigns for mayor and governor; the 1952 Republican Convention.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

n/a

53 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material,interview evalauation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 53 pp.

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OH 8156

 JOSEPH CARTER (1904-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Member, Supreme Bench of Baltimore.

 Early life of Gov. Theodore R.McKeldin, until 1952, when he appointed Carter to the bench; McKeldin's campaigns; Carter's own unsuccessful mayoral campaign against ThomasD'Alesandro, Jr.; Lillie May Jackson's role.

Interviewer: Susan Conwell

1976

9 pp, Interview evaluation, notes, biography, Folder C

n/a; no transcript

No tape, notes only; from an untaped interview

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OH 8157

PAUL BAILEY (1905-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Rural Southern Maryland lawyer and former state senator.

Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin; McKeldin speaking in Saint Mary's County in the late 1920s; the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Southern Maryland.

 Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

 7 pp, Summary and Tape Index, Folder C

no transcript

2 hours

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OH 8158

WBAL RADIO PROGRAM  - McKeldin-Jackson Project

David Glenn and Judge Robert Watts appear on Alan Christian phone-in program on Radio WBAL to discuss Lillie May Jackson and Gov.  Theodore R. McKeldin,

answer questions, and receive anecdotes relating  to civil rights activities of these two people. Nine callers.

Interviewer: Alan Christian

1976

n/a

55 pp, transcript - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 45"

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OH 8159

 TUCKER D. DEARING (1916-)                            McKeldin-Jackson Project

Baltimore lawyer and longtime legal counsel for the Maryland branch, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

 Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin; Lillie May Jackson; legislative accomplishments at the NAACP; the Veney Brothers case; the Sandy Point Park  case; Lunsford vs. Beverly; public accommodations; Carl Murphy; Juanita  Mitchell.

 Interviewer: Susan Conwell

1976

n/a

43 pp, transcript; Biographical material, interview evaluation, tape index - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

1 hour, 45"

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OH 8160

 LUTHER H. STUCKEY (1894-)                          McKeldin-Jackson Project

President of the Charles County branch of the National Association for  Advancement of Colored People, teacher and federal government employee 

 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and civil  rights activities in Charles County and Southern Maryland in the 1940s  through the 1960s; improvements brought about by Lillie May Jackson  and the NAACP; his own life and effects of discrimination; the strong  stand on civil rights of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

n/a

55 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material; tape index, newspaper clippings, interview evaluation, four-page history of NAACP in Charles  County by Luther Stuckey - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

2 hours

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OH 8161

LOUIS GOLDSTEIN(1913-)                                     McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Comptroller for the State of Maryland from 1958.

 Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's achievements and his fight for civil rights  in the state senate; his own involvement with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

 Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

15  pp, evaluation, tape index, name index, biography, articles (see notes column) - Folder D -  illustrated article on Goldstein from the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company newsletter, November 197 1; interview
  article with Goldstein from Maryland Banking Quarterly (Spring, 1973), 6 pp.

n/a; no transcript

50 minutes

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OH 8162

 HOMER FAVOR (1924-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Dean, Morgan State College

.Contributions of Gov. Theodore J. McKeldin, Lillie May Jackson, Harry Cole, and others; Cambridge (Maryland) riots; role of militants and moderates; important black families in Baltimore.

Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

5 pp, evaluation, tape index, curriculum vitae, Folder D

n/a; no transcript

45 minutes

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OH 8163

 MARTIN D. JENKINS (1905-)                           McKeldin-Jackson Project

Director, Office of Urban Affairs of the American Council on Education since 1970 and president of Morgan State College, 1948-70.

Carl Murphy's role in the civil rights movement; Morgan State's role in the community; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and his support for civil rights; Lillie May Jackson and her honorary degree from Morgan State College.

Interviewer: Leroy Graham

1976

3 pp, evaluation, tape index, name index, biography - Folder D

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 20"

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OH 8164

VERNON NAIMASTER (1929-)                           McKeldin-Jackson Project

Grand Titan of the Maryland Ku Klux Klan during the mid-1960s.

Lawsuit brought against Lillie May Jackson, Juanita Jackson Mitchell and Baltimore branch of the NAACP over loss of his job; the general effects of integration and desegregation on white America.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

6 pp, evaluation, tape index, name index, biography - Folder D

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8165

CLARENCE W. MILES (1897-1977)

Baltimore corporation lawyer and active civic leader.

Public utilities legal work; requirements for success in a legal career; personal political activities; purchase of Saint Louis baseball team for Baltimore; origin and development of the Greater Baltimore Committee; the Wye Institute; close personal association with the Duke and Duchess of Windsor; efforts to reform Maryland laws concerning horse-racing; the Orphan's Court.

Interviewer: Randy Beehler

1976

8 pp, tape index, newspaper clippings - Folder E

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 45"

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OH 8166

CHARLES WHITEFORD (1914-)                            McKeldin-Jackson Project

journalist, covered Maryland state legislature, 1947-70.

Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's civil rights position and general concern for human rights; the 1952 Republic convention and McKeldin's speech nominating Dwight D. Eisenhower for president; McKeldin's relationship with the press and the public; the new impetus for "human rights."

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

6 pp, evaluation, tape index, name index - Folder D

n/a; no transcript

4 pp. 1 hour

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OH 8167

 EUGENE FEINBLATT (1919- )                               McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Practicing attorney and teacher, former chairman of the Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency.

 Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's concern for and motives in the civil  rights movement; importance of his advisor, Simon Sobeloff; his own work  with housing and urban development; good will between black community  and the white power structure.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

8 pp, evaluation, tape index, name index, biography - Folder D

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8168

VICTOR FRENKEL (1908-)  McKeldin-Jackson Project

Prominent builder, closely connected with Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's political career.

Governor McKeldin's character, work habits, influences, public works  activities, concern for civil rights, low key approach in dealing with black  militants in the 1960s, and role in the Republican Party.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

6 pp, career summary, evaluation, tape index, name index - Folder D

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8169

 J. MILLARD TAWES (1894 1979)                                           Mckeldin-Jackson Project

 Governor of Maryland, 1958-66.

Relationship with Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, who preceded him;  Lillie May Jackson and the fight over liquor permits near schools; characters of McKeldin and Jackson- Route 40 desegregation; Eastern Shore  desegregation; the Cambridge (Maryland) riots; his own role in civil rights.

  Interviewer: Barry Lanman

 1976

n/a

27 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, tape index, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

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OH 8170

PARREN MITCHELl(1922-)                                  McKeldin-Jackson Project

 United States Congressman from 1970.

 City-wide Young People's Forum; the picketing of Ford's Theatre; the  Donald Murray case; Carl Murphy; Lillie May Jackson; appointment by  Mayor Theodore R. McKeldin as director of the Anti-Poverty Program;  director of the Human Relations Commission; the Public Accommoda-  tions Law; Joseph Carter; the Omnibus Civil Rights Act; capital punish-  ment.

 Interviewer: Susan Conwell

 1976

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, tape index, newspaper clippings - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

 1 hour

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OH 8171

 MILTON ALLEN (1917-)  McKeldin-Jackson Project

Associate Judge, Supreme Bench of Baltimore City.

 Legal aspects of the history of the civil rights movement; selection of  test cases; legal challenges sponsored by the National Assocation for the  Advancement of Colored People; Charles Houston; Lillie May Jackson;  his own legal fights.

 Interviewer: Susan Conwell

1976

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, tape index, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 15"

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OH 8172

 WALTER SONDHEIM, JR. (1908-)                           McKeldin-Jackson Project

Chairman, Charles Center-Inner Habor

Management and former pres-ident of the Baltimore City School Board and Urban League.  His and Lillie May Jackson's involvement in eliminating discriminatory practices in department stores; Jewish-black relations; Gov. Theodore R.McKeldin and urban renewal; the National Association for the Advance-ment of Colored People, the Congress of Racial Equality, and UrbanLeague interactions.

Interviewer: Ellen Paul

1976

n/a

25 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

50 minutes

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OH 8173

 DAVID W. ZIMMERMAN (1901- )                                 McKeldin-Jackson Project

Formerly deputy superintendent of the State Department of Education.

Role of civil rights movement in public education; desegregation;pressure from Lillie May Jackson and the National Association for  the Advancement of Colored People; unequal salaries for blacks and whites;the 1954 Supreme Court decision; Baltimore City-County relations; busing for integration.

Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1976

n/a

36 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30 minutes,

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OH 8174

 CLARENCE BLOUNT (1921-)                              McKeldin-Jackson Project

Maryland state senator beginning in 1970.

Personal interest in civil rights movement; Lillie May Jackson's person-ality; financial structure of the National Association for the Advancementof Colored People; education and 'obs for blacks; leadership of CarlMurphy and Lillie May Jackson; the march to Annapolis in 1942.

 Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1976

11 pp, evaluation, biography, tape index, name index- Folder D

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8175

 JAMES W. ROUSE (1914-McKeldin-Jackson Project

  Chairman, the Rouse Committee, banking and real estate firm.

  Public housing and slum re-development; Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin'scharacter; accomplishment for blacks; political success; his own work withJuanita Jackson Mitchell and Lillie May Jackson.

  Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1976

 7 pp, evaluation, tape index, name index, biography - Folder D

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8176

 LAWRENCE CARDINAL SHEHAN (1898-)                    McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Archbishop of Baltimore, 1962-74.

Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin's religious convictions; the Catholic churchand civil rights; attitudes of "ethnic" Catholics; McKeldin's sincerity and character.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1976

9 pp, Curriculum vitae, and bio. Info, evaluation, tape index, name index - Folder D

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8177

 GOV. THEODORE R. MCKELDIN (1900- 74)  McKeldin-Jackson Project

 

 Speech given for the Maryland Day Pageant meeting of the Honor  Society in History of the University of Baltimore.  Why he became a politician; the need for better men to hold elective  and appointed posts; describes a strong mayoral form of government in  Baltimore; story regarding George Washington's commission in Annapolis;  recitation of the poem, "That Guy in the Glass." Includes invocation by  the Rev. W. T. Durr and welcome by H. Mebane Turner.

 Donor: James F. Schneider

1969

  2 pp, summary - Folder B

n/a; no transcript

25 minutes

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OH 8178

 ROBERT JOY COLLINGE (1928-)                     Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

General Manager of the Baltimore Opera Company beginning in 1965.

 His early life; Baltimore as an art center; financial support; audiences;  media support-, the function and management of the Opera Society.

 Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

13 pp, biography, tape index, photograph, newspaper clippings, flyer - Folder J, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8179

 PHILIP ARNOULT (A. 1960-78)                          Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Director of the Baltimore Theatre Project.

 Personal background; Baltimore audiences; support for theatre; new  trends in theatre; plans for the future.

 Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

8 pp, biography, tape index, photograph - Folder J, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8180

P. WILLIAM FILBY (1911-)                                          Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Director, Maryland Historical Society, 1972-78.

Education and previous career in British Army Intelligence during  World War 11; past employment at the Peabody Institute library; description of Maryland Historical Society membership; financial support by city and state; Society's library and basic function in the community; council and trustee membership; plans for the future.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

14 pp, tape index, biography, MDHS News & Note, newspaper clippings - Folder J, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8181

 THEODORE R. MCKELDIN, JR. (1937-)  McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Son of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin; private laywer.

His father's life, both public and private; the man, his family relationships, and lack of a personal life; a view of his last years.

Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1976

n/a

31 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Biographical material, interview evaluation - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

1 hour

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OH 8182

 MCKELDIN-JACKSON PROJECT COLLOQUIUM      Mckeldin-Jackson Project

Proceedings and speeches of a public meeting November 16, 1976

Presented to mark the conclusion of the Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin-Lillie May Jackson Proj'ect on Civil Rights in Maryland, 1935-1970.  Includes speeches by Clarence Mitchell, Jr., Pearl Brackett, and LeonSachs with Charles Wagandt, moderator, questions and remarks by mem-bers of the audience, and prepared texts of Mitchell and Brackett speeches.

 

1976-1977

n/a

49 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: Materials realting to Colloquium; announcements, newspaper clippings, transcript of  speech by Pearl Brackett, article by Clarence Mitchell, Jr.  - (3 copies; 1 master; 2 public use)

1 hour, 30"

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OH 8183

JUANITA JACKSON MITCHELL (1913-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Daughter of Lillie May Jackson.

 Student sit-ins of the early 1960s; the Students Non-Violent Coordinat-ing Committee; black leaders; meeting with Gov. Spiro Agnew after theBaltimore riots of 1968; Freedom House; police cooperation; a talk by Eleanor Roosevelt to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in 1944; the march on Annapolis in 1942.

Interviewer: Charles Wagandt

1976

n/a

59 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biogrpahical material, interview evaluation, newspaper clippings - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

2 hours, 10"

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OH 8184

 ELEANORA BOWLING KANE (1907- )

Supervisor of radio-television education for Baltimore schools, 1935-48.

Beginning of radio programming for schools; use of radio-televisioninstruction during 'anitors' strike which closed the schools in 1953; tran-sition to television; Radio Children's Theatre; rationale for program preparation; teacher guides.

Interviewer: Anna E. Fehl

1976

4 pp, summary, biography, correspondence - Folder E

n/a; no transcript

25 minutes

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OH 8185

 ENRICO LIBERTI (1894-1979)

Baltimore cabinetmaker, 1920-77, and proprietor of the Chimney Corner Antique Shop.

His early life; work during World War 1; important pieces of his cabinetwork.

Interviewer: Francis Colletta

 1973

5 pp, summary, correspondence, newspaper clippings - Folder E

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8186

 GEORGE CHANDLER (1914-)                         Maryland Sports Collection, 1977

Executive director of the Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

Origin of the Hall of Fame and comparison with those of other sports;current activities and future plans; players inducted in 1976; index of lacrosse players in the United States; assistance offered to community lacrosse teams.

Interviewer: Alfred Kolinsky

1977

3 pp, summary, tape index, biography -Folder G

n/a; no transcript

40 minutes

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OH 8187

 HENRY C. B. CLAGETT (1916-)                      Maryland Sports Collection,  1977

Former President of the Maryland Bar Association

Childhood and games at "Weston," sixth-generation family home inPrince George's County and the site of early jousting games; social relation-ships and political connotations of jousting; breeding of jousting horses;background of Jousting as the Maryland state sport; attire of contestants; individual rather than team approach; the future of jousting as a corn-mercially successful sport.

Interviewer: Alfred Kolinskv

1977

3 pp, summary, tape index, biography -Folder G

n/a; no transcript

40 minutes

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OH 8188

CRAIG TAYLOR (1904-) Maryland Sports Collection, 1977

Lacrosse editor, Baltimore Evening Sun.

Various aspects of lacrosse, basic concepts, early origins, rules, physicalrequirements for players and playing sites; future of the game-, well-knownnames in Maryland lacrosse and anecdotes on players and coaches.

Interviewer: Alfred Kolinskv

1976

3 pp, summary, tape index, biography -Folder G

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8189

 SNOWDEN CARTER (fl. 1960 78)                         Maryland Sports Collection, 1977

Editor of Maryland Horse Magazine and executive director of the Maryland HorseBreeders' Association.

Horse owners and breeders in Maryland, with comparison to otherstates and countries, the Belair Estate-, the National Museum of Racing;aspects of various forms of betting; state lottery; commercial aspects of horse breeding today and in the future.

Interviewer: Alfred Kolinsky

1976

3 pp, summary, tape index, biography -Folder G

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 20"

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OH 8190

 TOM FREUDENHEIM (1937- )                           Marvland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art, 1971-79.

Personal background- problems of financial support for the arts; role ofthe museum in the community-to collect, preserve, and teach; museumusers; media influences; the friendly cooperation among art institutions ofBaltimore.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

10 pp, biography, tape index, photograph, newspaper clippings - Folder J, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8191

 WILLIAM FINN (1929-) Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Director of the Maryland Institute beginning in 1974.

Personal background; function of an art school; relationship to thecommunity, support and staff; national reputation of the Maryland Institute; Baltimore audiences.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

7 pp, biography, tape index, photograph - Folder J, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8192

 RICHARD FRANKO GOLDMAN (1910-80) Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

President of the Peabody Institute and director of Conservatory of Music, 1968-71- composer, conductor, and writer.

Personal background; definition of "the arts"; problems of financing ateaching institution; policy-making decisions at the Peabody Institute.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

33 pp, biography, photographs, tape index, transcripts of speeches ,pamphlets of speeches, newspaper clippings - Folder J, Part 2

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8193

WILBUR HUNTER (1915-81)                                       Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Director of the Peale Museum, 1946-79.

Personal background; Baltimore City government ownership of themuseum; the Carroll mansion; the Old Friends Meeting House; theWashington Monument; Peale family paintings; his philosophy that "theMuseum is the Message", financial support by Baltimore City; membership, ownership of the collection.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

5 pp, photograph, tape index, Brochure for Peale Museum - Folder J, Part 2

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8194

 RICHARD H. RANDALL, JR. (1926-)                       Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Director, the Walters Art Gallery, 1965-80.

Personal background; the Walters Art Gallery-the new wing, finances,visitors, changes since he became director, function of a museum, strengthsand weaknesses of the collection, and the relationship of the gallery,trustees, and municipal government.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

17 pp, biography, photograph, tape index, newspaper clippings - Folder J, Part 2

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8195

 JOSEPH LEAVITT (1916-Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

General manager of the Baltimore Symphony beginning in 1973.

Personal background; Baltimore as an art community-, comparison withWashington, D.C.; local financial support for the symphony- audiencesand programming; recent growth in subscriptions; chief function of asymphony; the symphony's future in Baltimore.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

8 pp, newspaper clippings, biography, tape index - Folder J, Part 2

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8196

PETER W. CULMAN (1938-)                                                  Maryland Artists Series, 1975-1976

Managing director of Center Stage beginning in 1973.

Personal background; Center Stage staff-, audiences; new buildings; finances; choice of plays; Baltimore's support of the arts.

Interviewer: Paula Rome

1976

8 pp, biography, tape index, photograph - Folder J, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8197

MUNRO LEAF (1905-76)

Author of Children's books including Ferdinand the Bull and Manners Can Be Fun.Childhood in Maryland and Washington, D.C.;

his writing career inNew York; his military service; his books; retirement in Garrett Park,Maryland.

Interviewer: Marguerite Murray

1975

n/a

21 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newpaper clipping, sketch, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

n/a; Received from Montgomery County Historical Society OralHistory Collection - No tape donated

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OH 8198

 CLARENCE M. MITCHELL, JR. (1911-) McKeldin-Jackson Project

Director of the Washington, D.C. bureau of the National Associationfor the Advancement of Colored People beginning in 1950 and son-in-lawof Dr. Lillie May Jackson.

His impressions of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin in areas of humanrights, civil rights, and relationship with the black community. Bulk ofinterview is in response to questions concerning Dr. Lillie May Jackson'spersonal life, motivations, family, strengths, and weaknesses.

Interviewer: Charles Wagandt

1976

n/a

62 pp, transcript; Supplementary material, summary, biographicla material - (3 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

2 hours

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OH 8199

GWILYM ELVET EVANS (1907-)

Welsh immigrant to Baltimore in 1926.

His work as a boy in a Welsh tin mill; the Bethlehem rolling mills; theEastern Rolling Mill (now Eastern Stainless Steel); Welsh migration to United States; the Welsh community of Baltimore.

Interviewer: Robert H. Casey

1976

n/a

77 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, appendices to interview with diagrams of hot rolling andacetylene burning. - (3 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

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OH 8200

REBA SILVER (MRS. LEE) (1900- )

Came to Baltimore with her family in 1905.

Childhood in a Jewish neighborhood; work as a secretary for theBaltimore City Water Department, 1940-65; World War 11 in Baltimore;the Jewish Community Center; Hadassah.

Interviewer: Rodney Stem

1976

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, photographs - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

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OH 8201

 WILLIE JUANITA LEIGH (fl. 1968-77)

Beauty shop proprietor

Life in the South on a farm and the move to Baltimore; church life in the South and in Baltimore; incidents during the 1968 riots.

Interviewer: Virginia Hudnall

1977

n/a

18 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

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OH 8202

 ANTHONY RAPTIS (1895

Immigrant from Greece in 191 1

.His arrival and work in New York-, restaurants in Chester, Pennsylvaniaand Wilmington, Delaware; florist shop in Baltimore; the AnnunciationCathedral; aid given to his family-, being a Greek immigrant.

 Interviewer: Georgette Diacumakos

1977

n/a

18 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material, testimonial letters, copies of certificates - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 15"

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OH 8203

WILMER ARTHUR DEHUFF (1888-1976)

Principal of the Baltimore Polytechnic, 1921-58.

Family; early life and education; origin of student government at theinstitute; original and later buildings; integration in 1953, student BillyKing and Poly desegregation; position as provost and acting president ofthe University of Baltimore, 1958- 71.

Interviewer: Francis Colletta

1972

14 pp, correspondence, biography, tape index, clippings from the Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Public Schools staff newsletter - Folder E

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8204

 AMELIA ANNA SCHMIDT KERN (fl. 1920-72)

Daughter of a Baltimore seafood dealer.

Picking crab meat; customers; transport; delivery; credit systems; Germans in Baltimore; recreation in the 1920s and 1930s.

Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1972

  7 pp, genealogy, transcript - Folder E

n/a; no transcript

 30 minutes

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OH 8205

 CARL MORGENSTERN (A. 1974)

Resident of Woodlawn, Maryland from 1914.

Life in Woodlawn; schools; street cars; the drugstore; amusements; fireand traffic control; the Social Security building.

Interviewer.- Timothy M. Gary

1974

n/a

16 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

45 minutes

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OH 8206

 CHARLES WILHELM (1898- )

Farmer for forty-eight years near Parkston, Baltimore County

Boyhood in Freeland, Maryland; lumber tallier in Kermarock, Virginiain 1921; depression living; his first car in 1931; present-day farmingcompared to his earlier experiences; the unsuccessful efforts of the KuKlux Klan about 1930.

Interviewer.-Joseph Zbozien

1974

n/a

29 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

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OH 8207

 REV. FREDERICK HANNA (1924- )

Episcopal minister and active social reformer in Baltimore; director ofthe Church Crisis Center; chairman of the Baltimore Commission on DrugAbuse; assistant rector of the Emmanuel Church.

Work in the inner city with drug abuse and social problems during the1960s.

Interviewer: Kim Worthley

1974

n/a

21 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, newspaper clippings, photographs, tape index, interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

4 hours

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OH 8208

 GEORGE MCLEAN SHRIVER,JR.(1901- )

A member of the Shriver family involved with the Shriver Homestead in Union Mills, Maryland.

Process of turning the Shriver home into an historical site; some of the history of the house; his own personal experiences.

Interviewer.- Janice Hawkins

1974

n/a

25 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material, interview summary, article on the Shriver Homestead from American History Illustrated (July 1968) by Robert H. Fowler, 8 pp.; Union Mills  sightseeing brochures; descriptions of the furnishings in five rooms of the Homestead - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use).

2 hours

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OH 8209

CLARENCE M.MITCHELL ,JR.(1911-)
McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Director of the Washington bureau of the National Association for the  Advancement of Colored People beginning in 1950 and the son-in-law of  Dr. Lillie May Jackson.

 His childhood; a lynching in Princess Anne, Maryland in 1933; the  Scottsboro trial; segregation practices during his stay in Minnesota as  executive secretary of the Urban League during the Depression years; the  principle of separate but equal; Dr. Jackson's strengths and weaknesses;  the role of Jews, white Christian liberals and the churches in the civil  rights movement; blacks in unions; black professional leaders in Baltimore.

 Interviewer- Charles Wagandt

1977

n/a

48 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, nespaper clippings - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 1 hour, 30"

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OH 8210

William L.("Willie") Adams (fl.1950-77)                               Mckeldin-Jackson Project

 Black business and community leader.

 Desegregation of golf courses; strength of the Urban League; his early  business career; segregated taverns; Baltimore elections from the 1950s to  the 1970s; black political candidates; loans for black businesses; riots of 1966 and 1968.

 Interviewer: Charles Wagandt

1977

n/a

69 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newpaper clippings, interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 2 public use)

2 hours

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OH 8211

BOWEN KIEFFER JACKSON(1923- ) McKeldin-Jackson Project

 Only son of Lillie May Jackson.

 Jackson family life; his father; relationship between Lillie May Jackson  and Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin; attitude of Lillie May Jackson to black  militants and violence; Lillie May Jackson's religious convictions.

Interviewer: Richard Richardson

1977

5 pp, evaluation, tape index, biography - Folder B

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8212

NANCY ANN KRIEGER (fl. 1976)                           McKeldin-Jackson Project

 

 Research paper (36 pages) on Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and civil  rights in Maryland. Utilizes seven oral history interviews, newspaper  articles, and other sources.

 

 

n/a

36 pp, research paper - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8213

 GOV. THEODORE R. MCKELDIN-DR. LILLIE MAY  JACKSON PROJECT Mckeldin-Jackson Project

 

Description and suggestions for use of a collection of interviews gathered  in 1976-77 on the subject of the civil rights activities of Gov. Theodore R.  McKeldin and Dr. Lillie May Jackson in the period of 1935-1970.  Contains background of project, lists interviewees, chronology, aids to use,final grant report, biographies of interviewers.

 

 

n/a

Background information on project; Interviewee list and documents, subject index for intervews; Inteviewer background forms and biographical material; Project minutes and correspondence; Documents relating to Project Colloquium; Project evaluations, Project proposals - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

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OH 8214

STANLEY R.NIELD (1928-)

 Hunter when visiting the Green Ridge area of Maryland.

Galliher property on both sides of the Potomac River; the Kasecamp, Higgins, Van, and Sypold families; anecdote about the last workers on theChesapeake and Ohio Canal.

 Interviewer: Joseph Scholz

1974

n/a

6 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: photograph, introduction, poetry - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

15 minutes

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OH 8215

THEODORE R. MCKELDIN (1900-74)

Governor of Maryland, 1951-59; mayor of Baltimore, 1943-47 and 1963-67.

His early life; primary election votes; airplanes and aircraft plants in Dundalk, Maryland.

Interviewer: Ben Womer

1973

n/a

n/a; no transcript

45 minutes

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OH 8216

 BEN WOMER(1910-)

Retired steel-worker and community historian.

Company store at Sparrows Point; early Sparrows Point disasters; Fourth of July celebrations in the early 1920s.

Interviewer: Ben Womer

1973

n/a

n/a; no transcript

 25 minutes

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OH 8217

 RUTH VAN HULSTEYN (1905-)                          Baltimore Symphony Series, 1977

One of the first women members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

History and development of the orchestra; position of a woman musician; conductors Reginald Stewart, Herman Peter Adler, Serglu Commission; orchestra trips.

 Interviewer: Alfred Kolinsky

1977

3 pp, biography, tape index - Folder I

n/a; no transcript

40 minutes

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OH 8218

 WILLIAM L. MARBURY (1901-)                          Baltimore Symphony Series, 1977

Supporter and committee member of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

History, development, and finances of the orchestra.

Interviewer: Alfred Kolinsky

1977

8 pp, summary, biographys - Folder I

n/a; no transcript

45 minutes

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OH 8219

SARAH FELDMAN(1907-) Baltimore Symphony Series, 1977

 First woman member of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

History and development of the orchestra and the position of a woman musician.

Interviewer: Alfred Kolinsky

1977

6 pp, tape index, biography, newspaper clippings - Folder I

n/a; no transcript

45 minutes

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OH 8220

 DR. LUBOV BREIT KEEFER (1896- )                             Baltimore Symphony Series, 1977

Founding member of the Women's Committee of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and longtime board member and supporter of the orchestra.

Early days of the orchestra; various conductors; position of women as orchestra players; relationship of the Baltimore Symphony to symphonies  in Philadelphia and Washington, D. C.

Interviewer: Alfred Kolinsky

1977

4  pp, tape index, biography - Folder I

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 5"

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OH 8221

 ROBERT PRESTON ("ROBIN")HARRISS(fl.1926-78)                                  Baltimore Symphony Series, 1977

Music critic of the Baltimore Sun and News American.  Symphony leadership from about 1926;

 Frederick Huber; Gustav  Strube; Reginald Stewart; Herman Peter Adler; Massimo Freccia; a  bomb threat during an Adler concert; Judge Charles Harris as a music  critic during the Depression; his own feelings about the future of the Baltimore Symphony; outdoor concerts; plans for the new Symphony  Hall.

Interviewer: Alfred Kohnsky

1977

 2 pp, tape index, biography - Folder I

n/a; no transcript

50 minutes

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OH 8222

FRANCISM.CICALA(1919-)

Son-in-law of Isodoro Finocchiaro, a Sicilian immigrant who became the caretaker of a large estate near Wilmington, Delaware.

 The estate gardens; the greenhouses; family history; other immigrants;  social contact in Wilmington and Philadelphia.

Interviewer: Vera Finocchiara Cavey

1977

n/a

13 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, biographical material, interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8223

 LESLIE CHIN (1923- )

 Immigrant from China to Baltimore at about the age of ten.

His youth in China; difficulties of entering the United States; "paper sons"; growing up and education in Baltimore; comparison between life  in China and the United States.

Interviewer: Stephen S. Knipp

1977

n/a

16 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, tape index, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8224

MARION LEACH (MRS.BENJAMIN CRIPPS) (1906- )

Baltimore native who lived in the General German Orphan Home, 1909-25.

Circumstances of her childhood in the home, clothes, food, discipline, schooling, work.

 Interviewer: Alma T. Cripps

1977

n/a

41 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary, tape index, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 10"

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OH 8225

JOHANN ELTERMANN (1892- )

 Organist, choirmaster, voice teacher, conductor.

German choral societies in Baltimore, past and present; the ArionMaennerchor; the Deutscher Damenchor; the Kinderchor; German festi-vals; National Sangerfest of 1903 at the Fifth Regiment Armory; Germantheater; operettas and oratorio concerts; concert of the National Association of Glee Clubs at the New York's World Fair in 1964; reasons for thedecline in the number of choral groups.

Interviewer: M. Catherine Coble

1977

n/a

23 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, tape index, newspaper clippings, Program for "Great Concert and Dance" - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 5"

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OH 8226

 DR. IAIN WILSON (1912-)

Minister of the Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church and the Franklin Street Presbyterian Church, 1954-63, and a Scottish immigrant.

Childhood in Manchester, England; first congregations in Ireland and Scotland; experience with the World Council of Churches until 1948;  reaction to living in a small North Carolina college town; comparison of the role of the church in Scotland and in the United States. (Supplementary Materials: 

 Interviewer: Gail Haldeman

1977

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material, interview notes, newspaper clipings, "In That Day-Sermon Text and Exegetical Notes on Isaiah 19:23-25," Interpretation 21 (January 1967): 67-86; Notes on the Supreme Court and the Establishment of Religion (Baltimore: Franklin Street
 Presbyterian Church [July 1, 1962]), 16 pp.Includes observations on Supreme Court's decision on prayer in New York public schools;  (continued in notes column)

 

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OH 8227

 RABBI JACOB B. AGUS  (1911 -)                               Baltimore Interfaith Series

Beth El Congregation. Leader in interfaith activities as a writer, teacher,and lecturer.

Methods to achieve interfaith understanding and probable end results; significant Jewish and Christian theologians.

Interviewer-donor.- Lenora Nast

1974

  2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

30 minutes

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OH 8228

 MARION C. BASCOM (1922-2012)                          Baltimore Interfaith Series

Pastor of the Douglas Memorial Community Church.

Priests, rabbis, and ministers who worked with him on civil rights andthe Gwynn Oak demonstrations in 1963; pessimism on black unemploy-ment in Baltimore and the influence of the media; the importance of strong leadership.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

3 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

 45 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8229

 OSCAR BONNEY (fl. 1974)                              Baltimore Interfaith Series

Executive secretary of the Religious Society of Friends and chairman of  the Ecumenical Committee for Maryland Churches United.

The Quakers' impartiality in worldwide social services to all people; the 1970s as a period of withdrawal from intense interfaith activity; the  comparative importance of laity and clergy.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

 3 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

1 hour 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8230

 JAMES H. CAIN (A. 1974)  Baltimore Interfaith Series

  President of the Baltimore Clergy Brotherhood.

  Current efforts to set up a tele-ministry; causes for modern move to  ecumenism; potential for Jewish-Christian dialogue; positive and also  dangerous results to be expected from interfaith activities; influence of  Oriental religions; effect of the media on interfaith understanding.

  Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

4 pp, tape index Biography - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

45 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8231

 FATHER JOSEPH CONNOLLY (fl. 1974)  Baltimore Interfaith Series

Catholic co-chairman of the Clergymen's Interfaith Committee on Human Rights.

Morgan Christian Council; Brotherhood Week; interfaith cooperation  in meeting the social problems of the Depression; the first dialogue groups;  television shows-"Pastor's Study" and "To Promote Good Will"; Com-  mission for Christian Unity established in 1962; Commission on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs (Unity Commission); problems of joint worship; future of ecumenism, search for leadership; uses of the media in  the future.

 Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

10 pp, partial transcript, tape index - Folder M

n/a; see Folder M

 1 hour, 40"

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OH 8232

 REV. ELLSWORTH BUNCE (fl. 1974)                 Baltimore Interfaith Series 

 Executive director of the Maryland Churches United.

Ways in which the clergy joined forces informally to respond to social  needs; the Gwynn Oak Park demonstration; his experiences at Baltimore  City College; Viet Nam protests; value of the dialogue groups of the 1960s.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

  2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

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OH 8233

 FATHER JOHN CRONIN (fl.1974)  Baltimore Interfaith Series

  Employed at the United States Catholic Conference in Washington,D.C. for twenty-nine years and worked for the passage of the Civil RightsAct of 1964 in cooperation with Jewish and Protestant groups; becamechairman of Baltimore's Project Equality, an organization which workedtowards openingjobs to blacks.

  National church efforts toward civil rights; Vatican 11 and interfaithactivities; successful methods for promoting interfaith dialogue.

  Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

  1974

  2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

25 minutes

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OH 8234

 HUGH DICKINSON (fl. 1974)                            Baltimore Interfaith Series

Executive coordinator of the Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Baltimore.

Origins, current composition and activities of ICMB; the Open HousingBill; Project Equality (unemployment); the Madison Square HousingPr 'ect; Ecumedia; City-Suburban Tensions Forum; Community Correc-tions Houses; comparison of support received from blacks and Jews; differing functions and capabilities of the Council of Churches.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

n/a

n/a; no transcript

 40 minutes

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OH 8235

 FATHER JOSEPH GALLAGHER (1929-) Baltimore Interfaith Series

Editor of The Catholic Review, 1959-66.

The establishment of the Commission for Christian Unity in 1962 and the people involved; Lawrence Cardinal Shehan at Vatican Council 11;  comparative moves toward Christian unity in Germany, Austria, and Italy; reasons for move toward ecumenism in the 1960s.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

n/a

n/a; no transcript

 1 hour 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8236

 MS G R. MARTIN GAMBER                        Baltimore Interfaith Series

Office of the Clergy Brotherhood of Baltimore.

Purpose, membership and activities of the brotherhood; potential lead-ership; effect of economic conditions; latent period of the 1970s for inter faith activities.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

 2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

40 minutes

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OH 8237

 CLINTON C. GLENN Baltimore Interfaith Series

Minister of the Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church.

Differences between the ecumenical activism of the 1960s and thechange after 1970; previous ministers-Dr. Guthrie Speers, the Rev. John  Middaugh, and Dr. lain Wilson; methods and results of interfaith activities; the role of the media and the laity.

 Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

 2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

55 minutes

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OH 8238

 DAVID GLENN(1925-)  Baltimore Interfaith Series

Social worker, state government administrator, and assistant secretary  of the State Department of Human Resources beginning in 1973.

Civil rights activities in which the clergy participated on an interfaith  basis; ten-year fight for passage of the Baltimore Civil Rights Bill of 1964;  the steering committee of the Baltimore Community Relations Commission; presence of the clergy during the riots of 1968 and at demonstrations.

 Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1975

 3 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

40 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8239

 ROBERT HILLER (fl. 1974)  Baltimore Interfaith Series

Director of Associated Jewish Charities.

Description of the organization as pragmatic, with every decision governed by "meeting human needs"; the development of cooperation among social service agencies in Baltimore since the Depression; the Northwest  Baltimore Corporation.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1975

1 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

 35 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8240

 DR. LOUIS KAPLAN (fl. 1940-74)                          Baltimore Interfaith Series

President of the Baltimore Hebrew College.

Personal philosophy of man's origin and spiritual growth; dialogue among the three major faiths; most effective methods of interfaith action; uses of the media.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

1 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

40 minutes

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OH 8241

 FATHER CASIMIR PUGEVICIUS(1928-)  Baltimore Interfaith Series

Director of the Office of Radio and Television for the Archdiocese of  Baltimore.

Origin of the Office of Radio and Television; early part-time directors; John Paul Davidson; "To Promote Good Will" and other programs; advantages of religious programming for radio and television.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

  2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

50 minutes

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OH 8242

 FATHER BRIAN RAFFERTY(1937-)                 Baltimore Interfaith Series

Director of the Commission for Ecumenical and Inter-religious Affairs.

The origin of the commission in 1962; definition of ecumenism; currentactivities; the Towson State University School of Theology; the value ofpersonal friendship among clergymen of different faiths; the possibility ofusing television and radio to promote interfaith understanding.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

 1976

  2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

50 minutes

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OH 8243

 LAWRENCE CARDINAL SHEHAN (1898-)                 Baltimore Interfaith Series

Archbishop of Baltimore, 1962-74.

Interfaith activities in the Baltimore Archdiocese area; relations betweenCatholics and Jews; James Cardinal Gibbons; the Secretariat for Christian Unity.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

 1974

  2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

20 minutes

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OH 8244

 RABBI ABRAHAM SHUSTERMAN (1906-)      Baltimore Interfaith Series

Rabbi of the Har Sinai Congregation.

His participation in the Clergy Brotherhood of Baltimore; the BaltimoreCounty Commission on Human Relations after the Gwynn Park demonstrations; "To Promote Good Will" television program; open housingdemonstration at the War Memorial; memorial programs at LoyolaCollege and Hopkins Place after the assassinations of Jewish athletes atMunich in 1972; the Interfaith baseball game; the Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Baltimore; personal background; support of interfaith activ-ities by the wealthy; methods and potential end results; prospects forleadership; causes for the slow period of the 1970s; role of the media ininterfaith activities.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

 6 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8245

 REV.ASBURY SMITH (1902-)                 Baltimore'Interfaith Series

Worker in interracial and pro-peace activities, 1930-55.

Significant Jewish co-workers in the 1930s; Young Ministers' Associa-tion; Maryland State Commission on Inter-racial Affairs; the fight against Maryland's "Jim Crow" laws; the influence of the clergy as a molder of public opinion; possibilities for interfaith dialogue; the role of the massmedia; fundamentalism; orthodoxy; politics.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1975

3 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

3 pp.1 hour

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OH 8246

 DR.T.GUTHRIES PEERS (1890-)                         Baltimore Interfaith Series

Pastor of the Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church.

Rabbi Morris Lazeron; Rabbi Edward Israel; Rabbi Abraham Shusterman; the means to promote interfaith understanding.

 Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

2 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

20 minutes

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OH 8247

 MS G R. FRANCIS STAFFORD(1932-)  Baltimore Interfaith Series

Director of the Associated Catholic Charities.

The work of the Associated Catholic Charities; the successful coopera-  tion in 1969 with the United Fund of Central Maryland and further  activities by the Catholics; the Associated Jewish Charities; the Commu-  nity Chest and Red Cross; the work of the Interfaith Committee on Social  Welfare; the Maryland Food Committee; "Kids in Need"; the Center for  Metropolitan Research and Planning at the Johns Hopkins University;  the St. Ambrose Housing Association community; interfaith meetings on  criminal justice; possibilities of dialogue; fundamentalism; orthodoxy; the  influence of politics as they relate to interfaith activities.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

3 pp, tepe index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 10"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8248

 ALFRED B. STARRETT (1914- )                            Baltimore Interfaith Series

Pastor of the Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Active in social work and civil rights activities.

Interfaith dialogue groups; theology as a deterrent to interfaith understanding; the differences between Christianity and some Oriental religions.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

1 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

1 p. 35 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8249

 F. NORMAN VAN BRUNT (1916- )                              Baltimore Interfaith Series 

Pastor of the Grace Methodist Church.Active in ecumenical and interfaith activities in Hagerstown and Baltimore.

 Techniques and potential value of dialogue; leadership by the clergy;  use of the media; grass roots leadership; effect of fundamentalism and  orthodoxy; politics and the lessening of interfaith activities in the 1970s.

Interviewer-donor: Lenora Nast

1974

 4 pp, tape index - Folder M

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 10"

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OH 8250

 WILLIAM MEDDARS (1873-1959)

Storekeeper at Still Pond, Maryland.

His first employment at the Harper's Store at Still Pond in 1888 at fifty dollars a year; employment in 1889 at Daniel Holliday's wholesale dry  goods business in Baltimore; his return to Still Pond in 1894 and subsequent ownership of a store there; fluctuations of cotton and linen prices during World War I and the Depression.

Interviewer: Jan Krebs

1956

3 pp, biography, correspondence - Folder K

n/a; no transcript

45 minutes

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OH 8251

 CLINTONP.PITTS (1914-) Maryland Sports Collection, 1977

Former "Master of the Fox Hound"

Background of foxhunting in America; Maryland hunts; the interrelationships of the fox, hound, horse, and hunter and the necessary functions  of each; night hunting; the Hunt Ball and other social aspects.

Interviewer: Alfred Kalinsky

1977

3 pp, summary, tape index, biography -Folder G

n/a; no transcript

40 minutes

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OH 8252

 JAMES P. WALSH (1890- )

Son of John Walsh, business manager for Henry Walters.

Details of the Baltimore fire of 1904; the W. T. Walters firm; living at  the Walters' estate, "Saint Mary's"; opening the house to the Poor Association.

Interviewer: William Johnston

1975

3 pp, transcript - Folder K

n/a, see Folder K

No tape made, interview was written

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8253

THOMAS J. D'ALESANDRO,JR. (1903-)

Mayor of Baltimore, 1947-59.

Ten-minute remarks regarding the inauguration of taping program by  Maryland Committee on Tape-Recording under the direction of Gerson  Eisenberg.

Interviewer: Gerson Eisenberg

1956

n/a

n/a; no transcript

10 minutes

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OH 8254

 J. ROBERT SHERWOOD (1904- )

President, Suburban Trust Company, Hyattsville, Maryland, 1957-74.

Family background and first employment at the bank before 1926;  growth of the bank; low interest rates of the 1920s; depression period of  the 1930s; change to trust company; choosing community leaders for  trustees; services to the community during World War 11; 1951 merger  with Prince George's County Bank and Trust Company and Montgomery  Suburban National into Suburban Trust Company; T. Howard Duckett;  James Ray; Perry Boswell; Thaddeus Jones; William Bowie; Arthur  Kieffer; Fred Lutes; Benjamin C. Shaw; innovations during this period;  bank insurance; use of computers; variety of accounts; bank credit cards;  setting up Suburban Bancorporation; a holding company; many mergers.

  Interviewer: Randy Beehler

1978

22 pp, biography, tape index, newspaper clippings, ephemera - Folder K

n/a; no transcript

 2 hours, 25"

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OH 8255

 EDITH CLAUDE JARVIS (1902- )

Great-great granddaughter of Francis Scott Key; family was first permanent resident of Chevy Chase Village, Maryland.

Formation of the Society of the Descendants of Francis Scott Key byArthur Brice in 1963 and its present inactive state; the file of descendantsstarted in 1966 when nuclear submarine Francis Scott Key was christened;  the christening ceremony; some early history of Chevy Chase Village andof her father, Herbert Claude; her own career as owner of the JarvisSchool and as founder of the Francis Scott Key Bookshop in Georgetown,D.C.

Interviewer: Betty McK. Key

1978

14 pp, biography, tape index, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings (more info. Three photographs taken at time submarine was christened, 1966; copy of the letter to Mrs. Jarvis from Admiral Hyman G. Rickover on the writing of the "Star-Spangled Banner";newspaper clippings on Francis Scott Key's 200th birthday. - Folder K

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 20"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8256

ROBERT T. ROBINSON,SR. (1901- )

 Thirty-year resident and maintenance man of Oella, Maryland.

Water supply; lack of sewer facilities; rental problems; tenant problems, his own house in Oella, a former milltown located across the Patapsco River from Ellicott City.

Interviewer: Nell Phelps

1978

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, tape index, published list of points of interest in Oella - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use).

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8257

 CHARLES C. STIEFF II (1922- ) 

Grandson of Charles C. Stieff I and current executive vice-president of the Stieff Silver Company.

 Family background; the Stieff Piano Company and origin of the silver company in 1892; present family members and people associated with the company: Claire Von Marees Stieff; Jose Barata-Ferrara; Ronald Pierson; company practices; listing of silver and pewter reproductions made for Colonial Williamsburg, Sturbridge Village, Smithsonian Institution, Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

 Interviewer: Jean Porter

1978

 9 pp, biography, magazine and newspaper articles, Stieff silver marks, 1892-1974; one-page his-tory of Stieff Silver Company from company brochure.

n/a; no transcript

1 hour, 20"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8258

 JANET MANN (1886- )

 Lifelong resident of Baltimore; father was owner of Hamilton, Peat and Mann marble company and Beaver Dam quarry, and head of St. Andrew's Society.

Working with Greeks and immigrant children at Port Mission in the1920s and 1930s; William Crouk and Stinchcombe families; Rezin Hammond; Dr. John Goucher; Edna Mann Marine Torch Company; Eugene Levering,- Gustavus Ober; Lizette Woodworth Reese; growing up in the"Gay Nineties."

Interviewer: Anne Gartland

 1978

n/a

58 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material, photograph - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8259

 FRANCES MORTON FROELICHER (MRS.HANS,JR.,  1912- )  McKeldin-Jackson Project

Executive director of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association,  1945-69.

Relationship between Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin and his closest  advisors-Judge Thomas Waxter, Judge Simon Sobeloff and Hans Froe-  licher, Jr.; fight for improvement in the Housing Authority and influences  of these three men on Governor McKeldin; Ewell Dillehunt; Mrs. Henry  E. Corner; Willie Curran; Jack Pollack; Dr. Don Frank Fenn; Furman  Templeton; Pleasanton Conquest; James Rouse; Charles Atwater; pressures on McKeldin by the real estate group, the business community and  the Democratic party; Samuel Hopkins and Effective Citizens Committee; origin of the Baltimore Housing Court; choice of location for the State  Office Building in Mt. Royal area; formation of the Mt. Royal-Fremont  Renewal area.

 Interviewer: Barry Lanman

1977

n/a

29 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper and magazine clippings, publications, transcript of speech "Where are our lawyers?" - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8260

 FRANCES MORTON FROELICHER(MRS.HANS,JR.,  (1912- )

Executive director of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association,  1945-69.

 People and events in Baltimore civil rights history; development of  Citizens Planning and Housing Association and its emphasis from the first  on biracial activity and how this was done; importance of CPHA as a  training phase for future activists in civic affairs; the Urban League as  another effective biracial organization; CPHA's biracial school program;  Furman Templeton; Ross Sanderson; Edward S. Lewis; Judge Thomas Waxter; John Scharf; Warren Buckler; Kitty Barnett (Mrs. C. W. Bar-  nett); Viola Jackson (Mrs. Kelly Jackson); Hans Froelicher; Mayor William Donald Schaefer; concern about current lack of easy contact between blacks and whites.

 Interviewer.- Betty McKey

1978

n/a

8 pp, transcript; Transcript housed with transcript for OH 8259; same interviewee Supplementary material: newspaper and magazine clippings, publications, transcript of speech "Where are our lawyers?" - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8261

CAPTAIN JOHN JAMES ANDERSON (1902- )

Ship's officer in Atlantic coastwise shipping, 1918-40;

 Lend Lease ship  delivery during World War 2; Maryland Bay pilot, 1948-72. Coast-wise shipping; port, navigation problems, shipping lines, ships'  officers; Merchants and Miners Transportation Company; Eastern Steamship Company; Taylor and Anderson Tugboat Company; voyages to  England during World War 11 delivering Lend-Lease ships built in  Baltimore; Baltimore as immigration port; cooperation between German  steamship lines and Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; illegal immigration  from Puerto Rico; comparison of various types of cargo-cement, chrome,  manganese, lumber on deck, oil, containers; comparison of reciprocating  and turbine engines, Diesel and steam engines; details of the history, training, fees and a typical assignment in the Maryland Bay Pilots'  Association.

  Interviewer: W. M. Peel

 1978-79

n/a

49 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material, newspaper clippings, copies of pictures of officers of six Merchants and Miners Transportation Company ships, with identifications (1921-  22); lists of apprentice pilots (1867-1957) from annals of the Maryland  Association of Pilots, and members who have died (1886-1960); five copies of Captain Anderson's maritime license, 1921-30. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

8 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8262

 SAMMAH MONDEH (fl. 1977)

Graduate student at Morgan State University, 1977; native of Sierra  Leone, West Africa.

African and American school experience; family disinterest in educa-  tion; polygamy; caste system in Africa; Peace Corps volunteers; reasons  for choosing Morgan State University and Baltimore when awarded a  scholarship and satisfaction with that choice; experiences since arrival  here. Donated by Towson State University.

Interviewer.- Nadja N. Beverly

1977

 25 pp.

25 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8263

 ROBERT J. BEACHAM(1904-)"Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978                         

 

  Boyhood during World War 1; living near Fort Holabird; Alum Chine explosion; pre-German sentiment at beginning of the war; war bond sales  by Merchants' and Manufacturer's Association; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor.- Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

10 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material  - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

15 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8264

 ISABELLE BEACHAM (1909- )                           "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

 

Her life as a child in Lisbon, Maryland, during World War I; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

11 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material; Program for "Last Day of the Old World", newspaper clipping - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

15 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8265

 MARGARET CROMWELL (1897-) "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978                            

 Chief clerk at  Baltimore Draft Board Number Twelve during World War I.

War bond rallies at Lyric Theatre; American opinion about entering World War 1; Alice Fowler and her work as a medical artist at FortMcKenry Hospital; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

20 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material; Program for "Last Day of the Old World", newspaper clipping  - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

55 minutes 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8266

ELEANOR EVANS (1897-) "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

 

 Work at the Draft Board Office and U. S. Bond Office during World War 1; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

 Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

8 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material; Program for "Last Day of the Old World", newspaper clippinps- (2 copies)

15 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8267

 JANIE JACKSON (1899-) "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

 Retired house-hold worker.

Her childhood during World War I on a farm in North Carolina;religious and social life; importance of education; severity of flu epidemicof 1918; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

17 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material  - (3 copies: 1 master, 2 public use)

25 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8268

NOLL JOHNSTONE(1905-)                                                "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

 

Childhood memories of living near Camp Meade during World War 1;games; toys; short movie reels in ice cream parlors; first automobiles; hismusic collection of 1914-20 period; post card collection; food prices andshortages during World War 1; War Savings Thrift Stamps; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

 Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

20 pp, transcript; Supplementary material:  biographical material  - (3 copies: 1 master, 2 public use)

 45 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8269

JOSEPH KANTER (1895- ) "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

 

Experiences as a soldier in 313th Infantry in World War 1; service at Fort Meade, Maryland; the flu epidemic of 1918; James Cardinal Gibbons;  President Theodore Roosevelt; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

15 pp, transcript; Supplementary material:  biographical material  - (3 copies: 1 master, 2 public use)

30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8270

 PHILIP MEYERS (1894-) "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

Officer in 319th Infantry of 80th Division, World War 1.

German prisoners-of-war in France; flu epidemic of 1918; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

12 pp, transcript; Supplementary material:  biographical material  - (3 copies: 1 master, 2 public use)

20 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8271

 MABEL K. O'DONNELL (1894- )                                   "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

Navy Yeomanette in World War 1.

Service in Washington, D.C., 1917; President Woodrow Wilson; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

10 pp, transcript; Supplementary material:  biographical material  - (3 copies: 1 master, 2 public use)

30 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8272

FLORENCE GREEN(1911-)                                         "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

Retired officer and factory worker.

Childhood memories of life in St. Helena community in Dundalk,  Maryland, immediately after World War 1; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

 Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

8 pp, transcript; Supplementary material:  biographical material  - (3 copies: 1 master, 2 public use)

15 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8273

 LEROY DUNCAN(1900-)  "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

 Black soldier in World War 1.

Enlistment; experiences in France; return to South Carolina; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material:  biographical material  - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

55 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8274

 CAMILLE WHEELER (1899- )                                  "Last Day of the Old World" Project, 1978

French native who became an American war bride, World War 1.

 Life as a child in Rheims, France, during World War 1; German  occupation; flight to Paris as a refugee; move to the United States after marriage; One of a series of interviews for "Last Day of the Old World", a video play written by Marie Lehnert based on interviews with patrons of the Waxter Center for Senior Citizens dealing with their memories of World War I

Interviewer-donor: Marie Lehnert

1978

n/a

19 pp, transcript; Supplementary material:  biographical material  - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

No tape for this interview

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8275

 CLARE M. STIEFF (MRS.GIDEON) (1900- )

Former vice-president of Stieff Silver Company; wife of president of Stieff Silver Company; member of Baltimore civic, charity and garden groups; parliamentarian.

German ancestry; Dohme, Marees, and Stieff families; origin of Stieff  Silver Company and move to Wyman Park; factory work during World  War I and World War 11; role of women today; interesting Stieff assignments and contracts; her work as a Goucher College trustee, in the CivicLeague, Red Cross, Women's Board of Johns Hopkins Hospital, ChildStudy Center, and Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland.

Interviewer: Jean Porter

1979

10 pp, biography, tape index, newspaper clippings - Folder K

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8276

LUCILLE CLIFTON (1936-)

Baltimore poet and author; college teacher; Maryland Poet Laureate.

Early life in Buffalo, New York; experiences at Howard University; poems and publishers; her parents' effect on her personality; reasons fordeciding to write children's books; reaction to living in Maryland; racial discrimination; women as writers.

Interviewer: Mary Kleinhans

1976

n/a

66 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8277

 PHILANDER BRISCOE (1891- ) and LUISA D. L. -M.BRISCOE (MRS. PHILANDER)

Residents of Mr. Briscoe's family home at 209 West Lanvale Street, Bolton Hill.

 Neighborhood people and commercial establishments; changes during past fifty years; Mount Royal Improvement Association; Fifth Regiment Armory Plaza; State office complex; biographical material on Mr. Briscoe (Calvert County, Annapolis) and Mrs. Briscoe; current problems of Bolton Hill community.

Interviewer: Elizabeth Lyon

1978

4 pp, tape index, biography - Folder H

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8278

 FRANCES MORTON FROELICHER (MRS.HANS,JR.) (1912- )

Executive director, Citizens Planning and Housing Association, 1947-69; resident of Bolton Hill.

Origins of efforts to improve the Mount Royal neighborhood by zoning, improved housing, parks, slum clearance, and new buildings; MountRoyal Protection Association succeeded by Mount Royal Improvement Association as goals and opinions changed; Hans Froelicher's leadership; current problems.

Interviewer.- Elizabeth Lyon

1977

7 pp, Tape index, biography - Folder H

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8279

 FRANK LANCELOTTA (1912-)

Native of Natick, Rhode Island, whose family moved to Baltimore about 1926.

Childhood in Natick; family store, "Rhode Island Corner," in LittleItaly, Baltimore; comparisons of Italian marriage customs, cooking tradi-tions, family courtesies; career as an insurance salesman and broker.

Interviewer: Josephine D. Stefano

1976

n/a

35 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, correspondence - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 50"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8280

 ZENITH BROWN (MRS. FORD K. BROWN (1898- ) Pseudonyms:LESLIE FORD, DAVID FROME

Author, wife of instructor at St. John's College, Annapolis.

Family background, Chestertown, Maryland; experiences as a writer of  mystery novels; choice of her pseudonyms; origins of her plots; locales;  chief character, Mr. Pinkerton; personal knowledge of Scotland Yard and  Baltimore Police Department; other writers of mystery novels; her fictional  characters as contrasted with those of current writers.

Interviewer: Mary Kleinhans

 1976

n/a

66 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: newspaper clippings, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8281

 L. OLIVIA BATES

Baltimore school teacher and counselor; past Grand Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star.

Benefits of membership in Order of the Eastern Star and its social service; projects; experiences as a teacher of history, special education,  hygiene and business education at Booker T. Washington junior High School and counselor at Charles Houston junior High School; travels  abroad.

Interviewer: Louise K. Hines

1979

2 pp, tape index - Folder L, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8282

THEODORER.MCKELDIN,JR.(1937-)                      McKeldin-Jackson Project

Lawyer, son of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin.

The private personality of Governor McKeldin as contrasted to his public life and appearance; his response to criticism and personal threats,  his relationships with Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and  Lyndon Johnson and Vice-President Spiro Agnew.

Interviewer: Charles Wagandt

1977

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8283

ALFRED BUNTING(1898- )

Captain for Merchant and Miners Transportation Company during  World War 2..

 Coastwise United States shipping during World War 2; his assignment  to Army Transport Service and United States War Shipping Administration; voyage of the Merrimac, New Orleans to Trinidad in 1942; damage  done along East Coast by German submarines until enough escort destroyers were ready; comparison of private merchant shipping during  World War I and World War 11.

Interviewer-Donor: Norma Sue Morgan

1980

10 pp, summary, biography, correspondence - Folder H

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8284

 HENRY F. RINN (1897-)

Son of Henry Rinn, Jr., retail and wholesale publisher of postcards in  Baltimore, 1901-23.

His father's business (discussed while looking at cards given to the  Maryland Historical Society by Henry Rinn, Jr.); popular postcard scenes;  printers used; photographing the Baltimore fire of 1904; effect of World War I on postcard business.

Interviewer: Helena Zinkham

1980

5 pp, tape index, biography - Folder H.

n/a; no transcript

40 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8285

 D.FRED HOFFMANN (1913- )

Immigrant from Hungary about 1935; Baltimore City employee.

The lack of active Hungarian organizations in Baltimore, as contrasted with other cities and probable reasons.

Interviewer: C. Thomas Lusco

1973

n/a

18 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8286

MARY HRADASKY(1908-)

Daughter of immigrant Czechs. Secretary to Doctor Ruzicka in Czech community.

Childhood; working with her mother in cannery factory; schooling at St. Wenceslas Church; membership in Czech drama club and insurance lodge.

Interviewer-donor.-Jean Scarpaci

1975

n/a

38 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8287

 DORIS FEATHER HORTOP (1893- )

Immigrant from England at age 20; employee of Baltimore City Recreation Department.

First experiences as visitor and then bride in Baltimore; Children's Playground Association; organization of social clubs for women, particu- larly 38-year-old Amity Club; differences between life in Yorkshire, England and Baltimore; Fourth of July pageant in Patterson Park and folk dancing classes; years as a story teller in recreation centers, schools, libraries, clubs, city jail.

Interviewer: Laurie Bready

1977

n/a

36 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30"

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8288

 NORMA SVEJDA (1924-)

Daughter of Czech immigrants; artist; teacher.

Reason why Czechs of her parents' generation chose to emigrate; why they chose to come to Baltimore; Bohemian savings and loan companies; Czechs' ability as skilled tailors; pride in craftsmanship; comparison of Catholic and Protestant Czechs in Baltimore.

Interviewer-donor: Jean Scarpaci

1972

n/a

21 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8289

 FRANK CHYBA (1889-)

Immigrant along with Czech parents in 1907; tailor.

Life in home village; apprenticeship as tailor; work as tailor in Baltimore; activities of the Sokol from St. Wenceslas Church exercises, amateur shows, dinners, marching groups; welcome home parade when James Gibbons was made youngest Cardinal; keeping Czech language and customs for second generation.

Interviewer-donor: Jean Scarpaci

1975

n/a

37 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

2 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8290

 ANNA E. GRANOFSKY (1913-)

Daughter of Hungarian immigrants; Baltimore City school teacher; life-long resident of Locust Point; secretary of Locust Point Civic Association.

Family's European background; childhood in Locust Point; School 76 and teacher Persis K. Miller; fight to prevent bridge over Fort McHenry.

Interviewer: David Libershal

1973

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, tape index - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

1 hour, 30

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8291

JOSEPH SIMMETH (1923-)

Immigrant from Germany, about 1955; proprietor of Peppi's Meat Shop in Bel Air, Maryland since1960.

Life in Germany as a young man; Bavarian sausage recipes from his  family's 200-year-old meat business in Germany-, continued use of German  customs in his family and store.

 Interviewer: Jean Van Horn

1973

n/a

no transcript; Supplementary material; Biographical material, interview analysis - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

50 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8292

MAUREEN PEFFER(1948-)

Immigrant from Ireland, 1966.

Comparison between life in Ireland and United States.

 Interviewer: Walter Cerkan

1973

n/a

20 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, tape index, interview evaluation - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

  1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8293

CALVIN EDOUARD WARD (1930-) 

Professor, Coppin State College, Music and Arts Department. Fulbright scholar in Vienna

Phelps Stokes Fund grant in Kenya;  biography he expects to write of Will Marion Cook; experiences playing  famous organs in Europe, United States, and Africa; his collection of  12,000 colored slides.

Interviewer: Louise Kerr Hines

1980

14 pp, curriculum vitae, tape index, photograph, program, newspaper clippings - Folder L, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8294

ALPHONSO K. BUTLER (1902-)

Blind rush chair specialist; owner of huckstering trucks; violinist.

Education at Maryland School for the Blind; various occupations followed; close affiliation with the Music Guild of Baltimore and various public performances.

Interviewer: Louise Kerr Hines

1980

12 pp, biography, summary, tape index, 8 pp autobiography - Folder L, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8295

MARY WEST MILLER (1910- )

Teacher of English and drama at Colored High School (Douglass High  School) actress and director for Arena Players.

School experiences; professional theatre people she knew as fellow  classmates or students; Mask and Wig productions at Douglass High  School; appearances with Arena Players; numerous club memberships, particularly Eastern Star; activities since retirement.

Interviewer: Louise Kerr Hines

1980

 6 pp, photograph, biography, interview remarks, tape index, newspaper clipping - Folder L, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8296

MAE WRIGHT PECK(1906-)

Daughter of William Houston Wright; language and English teacher at  Douglass High School and Booker T. Washington junior High.

Family background and education; the Philomathians, a women's club; family's summer home at Bay Breeze, near Shady Side, Maryland-part  of which formed a Y.W.C.A. camp for black girls; work since retirement  on QUEST program-Quarters for the Utilization of Education Services  to Teachers.

Interviewer: Louise Kerr Hines

1980

 6 pp, biography, interview remarks, tape index - Folder L, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

 1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8297

 BALTIMORE NEIGHBORHOOD HERITAGE PROJECT  (HAVE TO ENTER THESE IN CATALOG)

***See BHNP Inventory and Finding Aid for more information and details on each interview within the Project***

Project of the University of Baltimore and BRISC (Baltimore Region  Institutional Studies Center), 1979-1980. 203 interviews, of which 83 are transcribed, with older residents of six  Baltimore neighborhoods on the topics of migration and immigration,  racial and ethnic identity, national and local events, neighborhood and  family life, work and religion. 

Various, see individual entries on OH 8297 project inventory and finding aid

1979-80

n/a

see individual entries on OH 8297 project inventory and finding aid

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8298

LOUISE KERR HINES (1916-)

Maryland State Unemployment Insurance claims examiner; reporter  for Baltimore American; volunteer tour guide and oral history interviewer for the Maryland Historical Society.

Family and educational background; students' social activities; successful 1944 suit in which she was plaintiff, to open training classes at the  Enoch Pratt Free Library to blacks; career as claims examiner; life in black middle income Baltimore. 

 Self-interview:

1980

10 pp, photograph, biography, tape index, newspaper clippings - Folder L, Part 1

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8299

EDNADE COURSEY JOHNSON (1922-)

 Consumer education specialist.

Elementary school teaching for nineteen years; move to Baltimore Urban League in 1963 as community organizer/secretary; development of Urban League's consumer education program; presentation of consumer education workshops financed by Citibank of New York; work as camp counselor for United Christian Youth Movement.

Interviewer: Louise Kerr Hines

1980

15 pp, photograph, interview remarks, tape index, biography, newspaper clipping, programs - Folder L, Part 2

n/a; no transcript

1 hour

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8300

 LAWRENCE STEWART (ca. 1900-)

Longtime black resident of Towson, Maryland.

The life of his father, Aaron Stewart, born in 1875, now one-hundred  one years old: his work as chauffeur and as janitor at Black and Decker Tool Company for twenty-seven years. His own experiences as Pullman porter; desegregation.

Interviewer.-Maryjane Heim

1977

n/a

11 pp, transcript - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 40 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 8301

JEAN HOFFMEISTER, SR. (1903-) U.S. Frigate Constellation Series, 1975-1980

President of the Star Spangled Banner Flag House, 1971-1976; Treasurer of Constellation Restoration Committee

One of a series or interviews on the acquisition and restoration of the U.S. Frigate Constellation; how he became involved in project; process of acquisition of Constellation; Role of City and State Governments; fund raising; history of Constellation; restoration process

John A. Pentz

1976

n/a

30 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical form, biographical sketch - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8302

ROBERT E. MICHEL (1911-) U.S. Frigate Constellation Series, 1975-1980

Chairman of the Constellation Restoration Committee, Past President of the Star Spangled Banner Flag house

One of a series of interviews on the acquisition and restoration of the U.S. Frigate Constellation; how he became involved in project; Constellation Commission and Flag House role in acquisition and restoration; problems with financing; restoration process; importance of Constellation to Baltimore

John A. Pentz

1976

n/a

18 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical form - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8303

JOHN A. PENTZ (1903-) U.S. Frigate Constellation Series, 1975-1980

Involved in retrieving the U.S. Constellation for Baltimore and raising money for locating it on the waterfront; Past President of the Star Spangled Banner Flag House

One of a series of interviews on the acquisition and restoration of the U.S. Frigate Constellation; how he became involved in project; process of acquisition and restoration; difficulties in fund raising; role of city; history of Flag House; discussion of members of Committee and their contributions to project.

Betty Key

1980

n/a

40 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical form - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8304

HERBERT E. WITZ, U.S. Frigate Constellation Series, 1975-1980

Attorney for and member of the Constellation Foundation, formerly the Constellation Restoration Committee

One of a series of interviews on the acquisition and restoration of the U.S. Frigate Constellation; how he became involved in project; legal background on history of Constellation and its acquisition; process of acquisition; fund raising; history of restoration committee; restoration and upkeep of Constellation

John A. Pentz

1976

n/a

11 pp, transcript - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8305

ALBERT M. COPP (1934-) U.S. Frigate Constellation Series, 1975-1980

Vice President for Operations for the Inner Harbor Group and member of the Constellation Foundation, formerly the Constellation Restoration Committee

One of a series of interviews on the acquisition and restoration of the U.S. Frigate Constellation; how he became involved in project; relationship between Inner Harbor Group and Restoration Committee; 50 year lease with City of Baltimore for free berth of Constellation in harbor; construction of Constellation dock; logistics and difficulties in berthing Constellation; role of city; funding; staff and facilities on Constellation

John A. Pentz

1976

n/a

13 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical form, introductory data form - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8306

GORDON MALVERN FAIR STICK (1903-) U.S. Frigate Constellation Series, 1975-1980

Member and Past President of the Star Spangled Banner Flag House; Chairman of the Constellation Restoration Committee

One of a series of interviews on the acquisition and restoration of the U.S. Frigate Constellation; how he became involved in project; organization of Constellation Committee; discussion of members of Committee and their contributions to project; acquisition process; other inner harbor projects; fund raising; role of armed forces

John A. Pentz

1975

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical form, biographical sketch - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8307

DOROTHY COLEMAN LYMAS (1905-)

Daughter of Robert W. Coleman, Founder of the Association for the Handicapped, Inc. in Baltimore

Biographical information on Interview about the life of Robert Coleman; early life; employment as a piano tuner; experiences with discrimination against African-Americans; experiences at Maryland School for the Blind; founding of Maryland Association for the Colored Blind in 1913; efforts to publicize discriminatory practices against the handicapped; establishment of 1st class for crippled children; efforts to have African Americans appointed to various school positions; membership in civic organization, Masons; Organization of Association for the Handicapped after Coleman's death

Louise Kerr Hines

1980

Interview evaluation, tape index, newspaper clippings, biographical form, photograph - Folder L Part II

n/a; no transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8308

ANITA ROSE WILLIAMS (1891-)

First African American Catholic Social Worker in the U.S.; First African American supervisor employed by a social agency in Baltimore

Early life; work as housekeeper for Mrs. Francis King Carey; voted to Board of Directors of the Colored YWCA; work on Provident Hospital Board and Women's Cooperative Civic League; attending lectures at Johns Hopkins university; Career and assignments with Associated Catholic Charities; relationship with Judge Waxter; Baltimore Urban League founded in her home; Membership in NAACP; work in Civil Rights movement; experiences with Hutzler Brothers Department Store

Louise Kerr Hines

1980

Interview evaluation, tape index, newspaper clippings, correspondence, biographical form, Loyola College Commencement program, 1977 - Folder L Part II

n/a; no transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8309

GEORGE ASENDORF (1915-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Accountant, Hecht Co, 1935-1976.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; early experiences in Druid Park and Eastern Shore

Ann Michelson

1979

6 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8310

HERMAN C. BAINDER (1916-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Retired Baltimore City School Supervisor

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Katya Bennett

1979

n/a

30 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary tape index, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

80 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8311

EMILY ROBERTA BECK (1909-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Widow; resident of 3939 Roland Ave., apartments for seniors

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Susan Goodman

1979

n/a

60 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary, tape index, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8312

ALBERT BLUM (1900-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Retired Judge of the Municipal Court of Baltimore City; Former Assistant State's Attorney of Baltimore City; Lt. Commander in Navy, WW II

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; Education at Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland Law School; career as Baltimore City Judge; travel experiences

Anne-Marie Dallenbach

1979

9 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, newspaper clipping - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8313

OSCAR BONNY (1910-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Retired Congregational Minister, native of Poland, engineer and carpenter.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; early life: family exiled to Siberia; escape into Germany, then to England and United States; experiences with helping Johns Hopkins Students deal with choice of being Conscientious objectors during Vietnam War.

Anne-Marie Dallenbach

1979

5 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

100 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8314

GRACE BURMEISTER Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Widow; resident of 3939 Roland Ave., apartments for seniors

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; growing up in Pennsylvania; experiences with AIM

Cheryl Lawson

1979

8 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, photographs  - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

100 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8315

ESTHER BONNET (1913-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Social Worker, long time volunteer and board member in Boston hospitals, etc; chairman of Greater Homwood Comm. Corp.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Katya Bennett

1979

 

40 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary, tape index, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8316

ROSE ELLEN CLARKE (1908-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Cannon Shoe, Co., Mt. Royal Ave., 1965-1972; Lever Bro's, St. Paul & Lexington, 1956-1958; Third Service Command, army intelligence, temporary appointment, Court Square Building, 1942-1946

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Leila Mahlin

1980

 

25 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8317

RUTH COFFIN (1906-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Retired business woman

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Ann Michelson

1979

6 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index  - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8318

DAVID PATTERSON CONNER (1907-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Electrician & Lineman: Baltimore & Ohio R.R., 1927-1943; Bethlehem Steel, 1943-1970

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; work at Bethlehem Steel

Joan Flanagan

1979

7 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index  - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8319

ELEANOR CORNER (1891-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Former President Goucher College Alumni Association; Teacher, Arondale School, 1916-1917; Research in Economics, War Department, 1918-1921; Public Affairs Teacher, Women's Civic League, 1921-1922

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Ellen Steinenger

1979

8 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, photographs  - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

95 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8320

REV. CHARLES DANNER JR., (1920-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

 

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Diane Teubner

1979

n/a

20 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary, photograph, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

50 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8321

WILLIAM DEWOLFF (1913-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Teacher, Forest Park High School, 1944-1957; Counselor, Edmondson High School; Vice Principal, Western High School, 1957-

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences during Depression

Cynthia Davidson

1979

5 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index  - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8322

DOROTHY DUNNELLS (1907-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Nurse, Baltimore, Pennsylvania, 1932-1975

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Ann Michelson

1979

8 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, photographs - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

140 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8323

MARY DAVIDSON, (1915-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Senior Specialist, Western Electric, 1942-1972

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences with AIM

Ann Michelson

1979

10 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, personal note - Folder N

n/a; no transcript

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8324

GEORGIA EARLE (1897-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Conservation Comm., Md, 1916-1930; Baltimore Museum of Art, 1943-1945; National Gallery of Art, 1945; UN delegation in San Francisco for State Department, 1945;Pasadena Museum of Art; Armed Services Committee of Congress, 1947

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences with Baltimore Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art, UN delegation in San Francisco for State Department, Armed Services Committee of Congress, MacArthur hearing.

Anne-Marie Dallenbach

1979

6 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, photographs - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

100 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8325

ANTOINE FIEDLER (1902-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

 

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Melanie A. Butler

1979

 

33 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary, newspaper clipping, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8326

MARY FREDERICK (1912-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Textile Operator: William E. Hooper & Sons, 1928-1961; Mt. Vernon Mills, 1961-1972; Filter Right, Timonium, 1972-1974.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Katya Bennett

1979

7 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index,  - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8327

MARGARET FRENKILL (1909-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Secretary: Baltimore Plumbing Supply Co., 1923-1927; John C. Knipp & Sons, 1927-1932; Baltimore Contracting, 1932-1943; Housewife.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Janice E. Ruth

1979

7 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index,  - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8328

GEORGE FROCK (1904-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Electron, Armco Steel, 1937-1969

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences with AIM.

Susan Goodman

1979

7 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index,  - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8329

HELEN O'BOYLE GAINS (1903-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Principal, Elementary School, Prince George's County, Md, 1934-1965.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Cynthia Davidson

1979

6 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index,  - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8330

NAOMI E. GLADDEN (1909-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

 

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Debra R. Crowell

1979

n/a

32 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary, photographs, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8331

THERESE GONZALES (1905-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Teacher (pilot program), 1958-1963; housewife

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; importance of religion

Maria Helena Diaz

1979

8 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index,  - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8332

ELIZABETH GRAY KITTERIDGE (1912-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

 

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Susan Goodman

1979

 

39 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary, photographs, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8333

ROBERT SAMUEL JETT, (1901-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Real Estate, Baltimore, 1920-1923; Lawyer, Baltimore, 1923-

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people;

Gail D. Solomon

1979

5 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, photographs - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8334

LUBOV BREIT KEEFER, (1896-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Teacher: Music, Peabody Conservatory, 1917-1967; Languages, Johns Hopkins University, 1942-1974; Welder, Westinghouse, WW II

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; Early life in Russia prior to the Revolution of 1917; Russian attitudes towards older people

Harriet L. Haile

1979

12 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, photocopies of photographs - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

89 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8335

ELSIE KRUG (1888-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Missionary, China, 1912-1918; Gift Shop, Chinese Art, St. Paul St., until 1953

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; relationship with Dr. Goucher

Anne-Marie Dallenbach

1979

7 pp, interview summary, biographical form, tape index, photocopies of photographs - Folder O

n/a; no transcript

110 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8336

VIRGINIA LEIMBACH (1911-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Secretary, 1932-1935; Real estate agent, Maturity Tour Guide, and Volunteer Tour guide

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Diane Teubner

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8337

FLORENCE LEWIS (1911-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Teacher, New Jersey, 1926-1935

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences growing up in a wealthy family; experiences in AIM

Harriet L. Haile

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

84 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8338

MILDRED LOGAN (1893-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Assistant Underwriter, Maryland Casualty Company, 1942-1959

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences with AIM

Melanie Butler

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8339

CAROLINE LYCETT (1905-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Roslyn Garden Club; Shut-In Society; St. Mark's Episcopal Church and Diocese of Maryland.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences working with Episcopal Church.

James W. Turner

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8340

BETA MANAKEE (1901-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Librarian, Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1926-1948.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences with African Americans.

Katya Bennett

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

115 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8341

EMMA MARSHAL (1888-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Caterer; Housewife

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; experiences as an African American woman with discrimination; the Wexler Center.

Melanie Butler

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

85 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8342

JOHN P. GRAY (1886-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

 

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Janice E. Ruth

1979

n/a

30 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary, photographs, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8343

BETTY GREGOR (1908-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Housewife

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; early life in Austria after WW I; Escape from East Germany to West Germany in early 1950's.

Cynthia Davidson

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

45 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8344

GLADYS J. GUNTHER (1913-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Church Secretary, Payne Memorial Church, 1949-1975.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Leila E. Mahlin

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

45 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8345

JAMES GUNTHER (1909-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Baltimore Post Office, 1940-1970.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Debra R. Crowell

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8346

RUTH GUSTAFSON,  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

 

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Maria Helena Diaz

1979

Interviewer summary, 1 photograph, tape index - Folder P

n/a; no transcript

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8347

ISABEL HENDRICKSON (1890- )  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Teacher, Department of Education, Baltimore 1949-1960.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Joan Flanagan

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8348

BEULAH HENDRIX,  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

worked in accounting, real estate

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; AIM; living in New York City during the Depression.

Anne-Marie Dallenbach

1979

Biographical Form, tape index - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

145 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8349

RUTH HIRSCHMANN (1905-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Volunteer - League of Women Voters, Citizens' Planning and Housing Commission

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; Waxter Center; AIM; work with League of Women Voters, Citizens' Planning and Housing Commission.

Jane S. Turner

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8350

JANETTA HOFFMAN (1893)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Housewife

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; AIM.

Cheryl Lawson

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 5 photographs, tape index - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

71 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8351

HELEN HOFFMASTER (1904-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Secretary, Lutheran Board of Foreign Mission, 1925.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Cynthia Davidson

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

72 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8352

RUTH CALVERT (1901-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Clerical, City Hall, Baltimore, 1942-1963;

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Joan Flanagan

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

130 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8353

LULA CAVACOS (1901-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Native of Greece, widow of owner of Cavacos Drug Store at 36th Street and Roland Ave, 1924-1934.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; Emigration from Greece; trips to Greece.

Maria Helena Diaz

1979

Biographical Form, 1 photograph, "Woman of the Week" Ballot, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

100 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8354

MARIE LOMBARDI (1909-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Teacher, SS. Philip & James School, 1956-1963; Homemaker.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Debra R. Crowell

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary  - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

no tape

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8355

FAY MELHORN (1908-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Seamstress, Hutzlers Department Store, Baltimore, 1948-1954.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; work as a seamstress.

Gail D. Solomon

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, photocopies of photographs, tape index - Folder Q

n/a; no transcript

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8356

EDITH MENKEL (1897-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Teacher, Baltimore City, 1918-1963.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; St. Marks Lutheran Church; Grace Lutheran Church; work as a teacher.

Janice E. Ruth

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, note, 2 photographs,  tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

110 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8357

MARGARET MACLELLAN (1909-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Volunteer, (1961-) Fund Raiser, Baltimore, 1940-1950.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Maria Helena Diaz

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, newspaper clipping, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

100 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8358

BEATRICE MCPHERSON (1907-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Domestic work; AIM, council board.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; AIM.

Susan Goodman

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8359

LEO H. MCCORMICK (1908-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Insurance Broker, Baltimore, U.S. Government.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Leila E. Mahlin

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8360

VIRGINIA MCCORMICK (1909-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Medical Secretary

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Gail D. Solomon

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

80 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8361

ADA MCKEEHAN (1887-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Dispensing Medicine, 1920-1922.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Joan Flanagan

1979

n/a

33 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8362

ANDREW NIKKINEN (1911-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Supervisor, Bethlehem Steel, 44 years.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; AIM.

Ellen Steinenger

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 1photograph, note, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

72 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8363

OLIVIA GATES (1896-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Balancing Order Clerk, Dept. of Commerce, Washington DC, 22 years.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Cynthia Davidson

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 1photograph, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

95 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8364

LULA MAE OREM (1909-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Secretary, Hedwin Corporation, 1951-1978; L.P.N, 1930-1934; Housewife.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Jane S. Turner

1979

n/a

45 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8365

ELIZABETH PALMER, (1907-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Receptionist

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Joan Flanagan

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

95 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8366

IDA PASSANO,  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

 

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Debra R. Crowell

1979

Interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

68 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8367

JAMES W. PEARSON (1895-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Building Superintendent, 1919-1961, Army Electrician, 1917-1919

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people

Cheryl Lawson

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 3 photographs, tape index - Folder R

n/a; no transcript

110 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8368

MARTHA MOHN MEDCALF PRATT (1907-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Social Work, Hospital Administrator

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; Experiences in Red Cross overseas; AIM.

Harriet L. Haile

1979

n/a

42 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: tape index, interview summary, biographical material, photographs - (3 copies: 1 master, 2 public use)

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8369

EVELYN REDMOND (1918-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Housewife

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Janice E. Ruth

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

120 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8370

CHARLOTTE REED  (1912-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Bookkeeper, 1949-1975

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Gail D. Solomon

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

80 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8371

MARY B. ROWE (1895-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Secretary, Johns Hopkins University, 1935-1960; Hochschild Kohn & Co. 1933-1935; French Teacher, Randolph Macon, 1919-1921.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Leila E. Mahlin

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 1 photograph, tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8372

MAY SENNER, Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

M.S. Levy & Sons, 1916; BGE, 1918-1920; U.S. Gov., Census Bureau, 1925-1931.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; AIM.

Leila E. Mahlin

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, photocopies of photograph, Naval retirement document, photocopy of newspaper clipping tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

120 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8373

ELSIE SCOTT (1902-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Accountant, Noxell Corp., 1924-1966.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Ellen Steinenger

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8374

B.J. SMALL  (1909-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Purchasing Agent, Blue Ridge Mfrs, Inc; Office Manager, Marlboro Shirt Co.; Ticket Manager, Baltimore Colts; Volunteer for "Friends of Animals"

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; treatment of animals.

Jane S. Turner

1979

Biographical Form, newspaper clippings, correspondence, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8375

PHYLLIS STERLING (1891-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Secretary

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Janice E. Ruth

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

55 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8376

ELIZABETH D. STEUART  (1902-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Teacher: Roland Park School, 1925-1936; Friends School, 1936-1941, Roland Park School, 1941-1959; Tour Guide (part-time), Hampton Mansion.

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Cheryl Lawson

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

85 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8377

VIRGINIA SUDSBERG, (1894-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Estimator, Tin Decorating Company, 1917-1924; Book keeper, Hochschild Kohn, 1910-1917

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Debra R. Crowell

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder S

n/a; no transcript

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8378

MILDRED TAYLOR, (1905-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Nurse, Johns Hopkins, 1924-1967

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Maria Helena Diaz

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder T

n/a; no transcript

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8379

EUNICE PETERSON THOMPSON, (1904-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Housewife

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Gail D. Solomon

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 3 photographs, tape index - Folder T

n/a; no transcript

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8380

ELIZABETH VOGT (1898-) Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Seamstress, Sunnyfield, Bensons

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Jane S. Turner

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder T

n/a; no transcript

80 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8381

LOUISE WATTS (1914-) Generation to Generation: The Living Legacy of Older Persons Project

Edgewood Arsenal, 1940s

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; Waxter Center.

Anne-Marie Dallenbach

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder T

n/a; no transcript

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8382

SHEILA WATERS (1908-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Social Work

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people; Founder of Society of Humanity and Social Reform International and POW International.

Susan Goodman

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder T

n/a; no transcript

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8383

ANNA WATSON,  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Clerical

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Diane Teubner

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder T

n/a; no transcript

45 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8384

CLARA WHEELER (1897-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Clerical, Hochschild's, Glenn L. Martin, Telephone Company

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Leila Mahlin

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, tape index - Folder T

n/a; no transcript

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8385

IANTHA WILLIAMS (1912-)  Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

Domestic work, Maid

Role of Older people in interviewees life during childhood, middle age, and as a senior citizen; recollections of life of senior citizens in the past; present relationships with others: young, old, family members; general conditions of life for older people presently; Society's view of older people.

Katya Bennett

1979

Biographical Form, interviewer summary, 2 photographs, tape index - Folder T

n/a; no transcript

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8386

DENNIS ABE (1921-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Sept. 1938-Aug. 1940; Camp location: Boonsboro-Soil Conservation & Garrett Park, Montgomery Co.

Life during the Depression; Experiences in CCC camps -Boonesboro camp; Garrett Park, Montgomery County camp; Camp life: religion, sports in camps.

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, biographical information, interviewer summary, 1 photograph, tape index - Folder U

47 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8387

JAMES BIRELEY (1920-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, June 1937-Summer 1948; Camp location: Tydings-Patapsco-Elk Ridge

Life during the Depression; Experiences in CCC camp -Patapsco Camp; camp life: education, work, relations with staff, sports, religion.

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, 1 photograph, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index - Folder U

19 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

55 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8388

WILLIAM BRENNER, (1903-) WILLIAM LEROY GROVE, (1911-) JOSEPH ROSS, (1917-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

William Brenner: Enrolled in CCC, June 1933-July1934; Camp location: Little Orleans-Oakland                             William Leroy Grove: Enrolled in CCC, Jan. 1934-Sep.1936; Camp location: Little Orleans-Oakland        Joseph Ross: Enrolled in CCC, June 1934-Sept. 1934;  Camp location: Little Orleans-Oakland.

Work experiences after CCC; Experiences in CCC Camps, S 61, S 51; Little Orleans Camp; Fighting forest fires;  Camp life: work assignments; discipline.

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Forms, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph  - Folder U

35 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

55 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8389

WILLIAM BROWN, (1918-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, 1935-1937; Camp location: Snowhill-Forest

Early life; Training in Fort Mead; Camp life: work, average day, discipline; Forest fire fighting, sports, recreation; acceptance of CCC boys by local communities; relations with staff.

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph - Folder U

36 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

80 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8390

DORSEY BRYAN, (1980-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project

Worked for B & O Railroad; Enrolled in CCC, July 1934-Sept.1936;  Camp location: 10 miles above Petersburg, W.VA

Early life; Experiences during Depression; Camp life; staff, recreation , food, work assignments; Post CCC work experiences

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph - Folder U

42 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8391

HAROLD BYRD (1919-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Oct. 1938-Oct. 1940; Camp Location: Braddock Heights

Early life; Experiences during Depression; Boonesboro Camp; Camp life: sports, discipline

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph - Folder U

23 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8392

WILLIAM CARE (1917-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

B & O Railroad - Freight Conductor; Enrolled in CCC, June 1934-Sept. 1936; Camp location: New Germany

Experiences during Depression; Camp life; building log bridges, educational course, recreation, religion, dances

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph - Folder U

27 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

50 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8393

ROBERT COULTER (1918-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Oct.1934-Oct.1936; Camp location: Grayling, Michigan

Experiences during Depression; Camp newsletter; race riot at camp; Camp life; work duties, educational course, relations with local communities, police, army

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph - Folder U

 37 pp, transcript, (Note: digital copy of transcript is mistakenly labeled "William Cotler") - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8394

JOSEPH DAVIS (1912-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Maryland Forester, 1935-42, CCC; Boy Scouts of America, 1942-1975; Camp location: Frederick, MD; Oakland, MD

Overview of CCC program 1933-41; Organization of camp staff; Camp life: work assignments, training, Garrett Co. ski trails built by CCC; relations with local community; value of CCC and Boy Scouts

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index - Folder U

13 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

40 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8395

VERLON DUKES (1919-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Aug. 1934 - Spring 1939; Camp location: Deer Park-Potomac State Forest; Snow Hill-Shad Landing; Elk Neck-Forest; Virginia

Experiences during Depression; induction an training at Ft. Holabird; Various CCC work experiences: On Appalachian trail in Virginia; Deer Park Camp, Oakland, MD; Swallow Fall Camp working on the Harrington Manor Dam; Snow Hill, Shad Landing; Elk Neck State Forrest; Camp life: recreation, education

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 5 photographs, poem - Folder U

30 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8396

JOHN ENGLISH (1917-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, April 1934-April 1940; Co.; Camp location: Bellows Falls, Vermont

Experiences during Depression; working on WPA; Experiences at CCC camp, Vermont, Bellow Falls; Camp life: camp competitions, relations with local community, religion, disputes between CCC and Nation Guardsmen, camp discipline, sports

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph, newspaper clippings - Folder V

34 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

50 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8397

NICHOLAS FORTE (1912-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, May 1933-?; Camp location: Frederick Watershed

Company Clark camp in Frederick, MD; Camp life: recreation, relations with staff, relations with local community

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index - Folder V

26 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8398

JOSEPH FRIEND, (1928-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

U.S. Naval Officer, 1951-1971; Program Coordinator, Youth Conservation Corps (YCC)

Background on Youth Conservation Corps program and Young Adult Conservation Corp, 1980; Work at Greenridge Park, Baltimore, Eastern Shore, St. Mary's; YCC education, salaries and work.

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, newspaper clipping, tape index - Folder V

17 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

55 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8399

VERNON HAMMOND, (1913-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Jan. 1934-June. 1937;  Camp location: Beltsville-Department of Agriculture

Experiences during Depression; Work life in Beltsville Camp; Camp life: recreation, relations with local community, camp discipline, mass strike by camp members over food situation

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index - Folder V

14 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

31min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8400

WILLIAM E. HARRIS Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, 1935-1937; Camp location: Savage River, Grantsville

Experiences during Depression and effect on Chesapeake Watermen; training at Ft. Mead; Grantsville or New Germany Camp, Swallows Falls; Camp life: funding, work assignments, sports, recreation, relations with local community, religion

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index - Folder V

39 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

50 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8401

JAMES HEETER, STEVE LAWRENCE (1915-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Steve Lawrence: Enrolled in CCC, Oct. 1934-Mar. 1942; Camp location: Syline Drive Camp, Shenandoah National Forest, Va, Unicoy, Tenn                  James Heeter: Enrolled in CCC, June 1933-Mar. 1934; Camp location: Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Early life; Experiences during Depression; training at Ft. Mead; Syline Drive Camp, Shenandoah National Forest, Va, Unicoy, Tenn; work assignments, firefighting; Camp life: organization, camp jobs, firetower projects, visit by President Roosevelt, recreation; CCC memorabilia

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Forms, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 2 photographs - Folder V

32 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8402

STEVE HERBENAR (1914-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Jan 1934-April 1935; Camp location: Camp Watersmeet, Camp Duck Lake, Michigan

Experience during Depression; Experiences at camp; Experiences as crew leader; Camp life: education, recreation; relations with local community.

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph - Folder V

28 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8403

JOHN HOLLAND, (1914-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, 1934-late 1935; Camp location:  Savage River-Camp Bond-Westernport

Early life; training at Ft. Mead; Work in camp mess hall; Camp life: discipline, recreation, firefighting, religion; CCC memorabilia, sports

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation,  interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph - Folder V

31 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8404

RALPH HOLLOWAY, (1916-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Jan. 1935-Nov. 1937;  location: Tydings-Patapsco-Elk Ridge

Work assignments; Camp life: education, Civil Servant Test; Assignment at Department of Interior -work at Forestry Offices in Baltimore

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, 1 photograph - Folder V

13 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

35 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8405

HENRY HORNER (1915-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

 Enrolled in CCC, 1933-1936; Camp location: Deer Park-Potomac State Forest & Pocomoke

Experiences during the Depression; training at Ft. Mead; Camp life: camp procedures and organization, education, recreation, camp newspaper, sports, relations with local community, religion

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical Form, tape evaluation,  interview summary/tape index, newspaper clipping - Folder V

12 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

50 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8406

EARL HUSE, (1912-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, April 1936-Sept. 1937; Camp location: Frederick Watershed

Experiences during the Depression; Camp life: experience as camp bugler, discipline, Experiences as a LEM (Local Experienced Men) during second enrollment, camp procedures and organization, education, recreation, camp newspaper, sports, relations with local community, religion

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

25 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

45 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8407

WALTER JOHNS (1916-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Jan. 1935-May 1938 (3 stints);  Camp location: Smokey Mountains, Tenn; Roundup, Montana;  Florence Camp, Oregon

Experiences during the Depression; Camp life: making fire trails, stone masonry, camp procedures and organization, education, visit by General George C. Marshall, role of Senior Leader, experiences forest fire fighting, recreation, camp newspaper, sports, relations with local community, religion

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

26 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8408

WILLIAM JOHNSON (1910-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Forestry & Outdoor Recreation, CCC

Procedure for choosing CCC camp sites; role of District Forester, National Forest Service and Army; Soil Conservation Camps and Federal Camps; Discusses various camps: Fredrick Watershed camp, Camp Tydings, Elk Neck, Swallow Falls, Eastern Shore Camps: Snow hill Forestry Camp;  challenges in running camps; Army's role; salaries; education philosophy; Local Experienced Men (LEM); camp life; relations between staff and enrollees; fire season

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

20 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8409

JESSE WILLARD KIRK (1915-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC; May 1933-Sept. 1934; Camp location: Clarksville, Tenn.

Early life and family; Experiences in Soil Conservation Camp; Camp life: average day in a CCC camp, social life, recreation, church activities, moral in camp; finding work after CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

34 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

55 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8410

WILLIAM LOTTES, (1914-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project

Enrolled in CCC, April 1933-Sept. 1933; Camp location: Swallow Falls-Harrington Manor

Early life in Baltimore; Experiences during Depression; enrollment in CCC; Fort Holabird; Camp life: some enrollees go AWOL; experiences in Medical section and Cooking Crew, relations with local community, sports, illiteracy in camp; experiences as "Pioneer", finding work after CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

41 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8411

JOHN MAUGANS (1918-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, July 1934-Oct. 1936; Camp location: Frederick Watershed

Enrollment in CCC; training at Camp Holabird; Camp life: work assignments, average day in camp, health lectures, sports program; camp newspaper; allowance for enrollees, weekend activities, relations with staff, Local Experienced Men (LEM)

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

18 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

40 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8412

DAVID MAY (1919-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, 1937-Sept. 1939; Camp location: Swallow Falls-Harrington Manor

Experiences during Depression in Westminster, MD; Enrollment in CCC; training at Fort Mead; description of Camp Swallow Falls; Camp life: construction work, relations with staff, camp schedule, listening to "War of the Worlds" radio program; role of military in camp; role of CCC in World War 2; work experiences after CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

35 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8413

C.R. MERRICK, (1911-) CLAYTON MONTGOMERY (1914-) A. RUSSUM ORME, (1911-) JOSEPH SCURTO (1918-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

C.R. Merrick: Soil Conservation Engineer, CCC, 1935-1940 (Engineer for Agriculture Engineering Department); Camp location: Goldsboro-Soil Conservation MD Clayton Montgomery - Enrolled in CCC, June 1933-Sept. 1941; Camp location: Goldsboro-Soil Conservation   A. Russum Orme: Enrolled in CCC, Oct. 1935-1940; Camp location: Goldsboro-Soil Conservation                               Joseph Scurto: Enrolled in CCC, Oct. 1937-June 1939; Camp location: Goldsboro-Soil Conservation

Goldsboro Camp; Experiences during Depression; CCC and economy of Eastern Shore; Merrick - experiences as Engineer in Camp; Camp life: work assignments, education, relations with local communities, camp schedule, sports - baseball, boxing, uniforms

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

21 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

55 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8414

JOHN F. MONATH, JR. (1922-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project

Enrolled in CCC, April 1940-July 1940; Camp location: Goldsboro-Soil Conservation

Experiences during Depression; Enrollment in CCC; Description of Goldsboro Camp, a Soil Conservation Camp; Camp life: work assignments, average day at camp, uniforms, recreation, relations with staff, relations with African-Americans in camp

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder W

24 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8415

FRANK PITTINGER (1922-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, May 1937-April 1939; Camp location: Goldsboro-Soil Conservation

Experiences during Depression; family life and work experiences prior to CCC; enrollment in CCC; Camp life: work assignments, recreation, weekends in Denton-Greensboro, relations with local community; work experiences after CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary, photograph - Folder X

25 pp, transcript - 3 copies; 1 public; 2 on cd - on cd with gold cd)

60 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8416

ROBERT L. MITCHELL (1907-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Education Advisor, CCC (1934-early 1940's)

Discusses Handbook of Educational Aims; first involvement with CCC, courses taught at camps; sports; Education program schedule; salaries; discipline in camp; African-American camp at Chestertown

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

10 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

30 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8417

WILLIAM MEYERS (1912- ) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, 1934-1936; Camp location: Tydings-Patapsco-Elk Ridge & Virginia

Early life; Experiences during Depression; enrollment in CCC; training at Ft. Mead; Camp life: work assignments, education courses, relations with local community, discipline in camp, uniforms, experiences as life guard; reenlistment after leaving to look for work

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

39 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

75 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8418

WILLIAM F. NUTTER (1915-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, July 1934-July 1935; Camp location: Little Orleans-Oakland

Employment after CCC; training at Ft. Mead; Camp life: work assignments, camp setting, promotion to Barracks leader, recreation, relations with local community, "Canteen", religion, camp newsletter, work experiences in New Germany, MD

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

20 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

45 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8419

ALBERT OTT (1914-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, May 1933-June 1934; Camp number:  Camp location: Swallow Falls-Harrington Manor & Beltsville-Department of Agriculture

Experiences during Depression; training at Fort Holabird; experiences setting up a new camp, becoming "pioneers"; Camp life: work assignments, sports, relations with local community, working conditions, Eleanor Roosevelt visit to camp,

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

40 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

65 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8420

GEORGE PETTIT (1922-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, April 1939-July 1942; Camp location: Forest City, NC

Experiences during Depression; Enrollment in CCC; Camp life: work assignments, "Canteen", experiences as an African American in camp; racial prejudice in camp and in local community, sports; organization of the Black CCC camps; educational opportunities in camp; post CCC experiences with racial discrimination

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

No transcript

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8421

RUSSELL PRYOR, SR. (1914-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, June 1933-June 1934; Camp location: Tydings-Patapsco-Elk Ridge

Growing up on the Eastern Shore; Experiences during Depression; joining National Guard; enrollment in CCC; training at Fort Holabird; Camp life: work assignments, fire trail work, recreation, relations with local community, religion, fire-fighting, life and work experiences after CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

23 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

90 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8422

GEORGE SCHNURR (1907-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

U.S. Army Officer on Duty with CCC, April 1934-April 1936; Camp locations: Stationed in Fort Frederick and Fort Mead

Early life; experiences during Depression; induction into Administrative section of CCC as a First Lieutenant; role of Army in Camps; discipline, restrictions places on Army; profits from "Canteen"; problems Army faced with CCC enrollees; camp management, religion in camp

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation,  biographical page with work experience,  interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

32 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

55 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8423

EARL SELBY (1911-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, May 1933-March 1934; Camp location: Little Orleans-Oakland & Camp Ft. Richie

Work experiences after CCC; experiences during depression; training at Camp Holabird and Fort Ritche; Camp life; organization at Little Orleans camp, incident of near takeover of camp by enrollees, survey teams, barrack groups, recreation, boxing, recreation, discipline, relations with local community, forest fire fighting

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

33 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

55 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8424

ERNEST SHANK (1917-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC. Dec. 1937- 1938;  Camp location: Frederick Watershed Camp & "Fishin" Creek

Early life in Myerstown, MD; experiences during Depression; Enrollment in CCC; Camp life: educational opportunities, discipline, recreation, organization of the camp, role of earth grader, work assignments, role of Army, uniforms

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder X

24 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

45 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8425

WILLIAM SHULMAN (1915-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, May 1933-Oct. 1933; April 1935-March 1936; Camp location: Camp Nira, Skyline Drive, VA; New Germany, MD

Early life in Baltimore; Experiences during Depression; enrollment in CCC; training at Fort Mead; Camp life: some enrollees go AWOL; typical day in camp, recreation, work assignments; work experiences after CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary, photograph - Folder Y

30 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8426

CARL SIPES (1915-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Oct. 1933-Dec. 1934; Camp location: Camp Baker

Early life; training at Fort Mead; Camp life: work assignments, average day in camp, forest fire-fighting, recreation, educational opportunities, discipline; work experiences after CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

18 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8427

ERNEST SMITH, (1914-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, 1932 or 33-1934 or 35;  Camp location: Savage River-Camp Bond-Westernport & Little Orleans-Oakland

Boxing; Camp life: work assignments, training at Walter Reed, "Canteen", fire fighting; interactions with African-Americans in CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

20 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8428

DAVID SOWERS, JR. Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Maryland Forester, Camp Superintendent, forest work inspector and training officer with CCC, May 1933-July 1941; Camp locations: Fort Ritchie, Little Orleans, White's Knob, Swallow Falls, Green Ridge

Work done in camps; use of Local Experienced Men (LEM); principles of CCC; training; Camp Administration; recreation

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary, list of jobs held, photograph - Folder Y

22 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8429

GILBERT THOMPSON Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Oct. 1936-Sept. 1937; Camp location: Harwood-Soil Conservation

Enrollment in CCC as a Local Experienced Man (LEM); description of Harwood Soil Conservation Camp; Camp life: recreation, relations with local community, camp structures, discipline, sports

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary, photograph - Folder Y

41 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8430

FRANK TROVINGER (1919-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, 1934-1936; Camp location: Deer Park-Potomac State Forest

Experiences during Depression; training at Fort Mead; Camp life: relations with Army personnel, meals, clothing, educational opportunities, camp newspaper, work assignments, fighting fires,

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photocopied page of CCC badges, pendants, etc, photograph - Folder Y

19 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8431

EDWARD TRUMBULE (1913-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, Oct. 1933-March 1934; Camp location: Schley, Minnesota

Experiences during Depression; training at Camp Snelling, St. Paul Minnesota; Camp life: work assignments, camp food, recreation, dances

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

16 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8432

JAMES VENKER, JR. Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, July 1937-March 1941; Camp location: Snow Hill-Forest, & Frederick Watershed

Early life in Baltimore; enrollment in CCC; experiences during Depression; Camp life: work assignments, forest fire fighting, safety, staff, "reveille" and "retreat", experiences as a night guard, educational opportunities; work experiences after CCC

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

28 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8433

EDWARD WEBSTER (1919-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, June 1936-Sepy. 1937; Camp location: Garrett Park, Montgomery Co.

Early life; experiences during Depression; Camp life: description of camp, work assignments, recreation, educational opportunities, Local Experienced Men (LEM), relations with local community, dances, role of Army, racial discrimination in camps

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

17 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8434

JAMES WICKLESS, SR. (1915-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, 1934-March 1935; Camp location: Beltsville-Department of Agriculture

Early life; experiences during Depression; enrollment in CCC; Camp life: typical day, work assignments, Educational program through University of Maryland, recreation, relations with local community, salaries, barracks, camp awards

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

21 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8435

JOSEPH WICKLESS (1913-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, June 1933-Dec. 1934; Camp location: Swallow Falls-Harrington Manor & Beltsville-Department of Agriculture

Experiences during Depression; Camp life: work assignments, recreation, average day, uniforms, life as a "pioneer", recollection of a near "rebellion" at camp, relations with staff, educational opportunities

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

34 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8436

GEORGE YOUNGMAN (1910-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, April 1933-July 1934; Camp location: Greenridge-Forest-Flintstone

Experiences during Depression in South Baltimore; training at Fort Howard; Camp life: Work in Camp Canteen or Post Exchange, formation of the camp, Educational program, relations with local community, role of Army, recreation, work as ambulance driver

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

40 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8437

STEVE ZAMBELLI (1915-) Civilian Conservation Corps Veterans Project, 1980

Enrolled in CCC, May 1934-March 1937; Camp location: Huntersville, W. VA

Early life in West Virginia; training in Fort Knox, Kentucky; Camp life: work assignments, food, barracks, typical day, discipline, recreation, educational program, uniforms, religion, salaries

John Eichaker

1980

Biographical form, tape evaluation, interview summary/tape index, photograph - Folder Y

31 pp, transcript - 2 copies; 1 public; 1 on cd)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8438

PANEL DISCUSSION - 4/21/1980, Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

n/a

Recording of a panel discussion from April 21, 1980 at Goucher College, entitled "Cross Generational Contacts: Mutual Benefits Between Young and Old." Speakers featured: Delegate Anne Perkins from 39th District, Md; Martha Nichols; Gairdner Moment; Janis Forman; Charles Ritter

n/a

1980, April 21

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8439

PANEL DISCUSSION - 4/13/1980, Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

n/a

Recording of a panel discussion from April 13, 1980 at Johns Hopkins University, entitled "Changing Attitudes and Public Policy; Effects on Older Persons and Society as a Whole." Speakers featured: Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke; Abel Wolman; Esther Lazarus; Jean Baker; Michael Burton.

n/a

1980, April 13

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8440

PANEL DISCUSSION - 4/9/1980, Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

n/a

Recording of a panel discussion from April 9, 1980 at the Waxter Center, entitled "Self-Perceptions on Aging; The Importance of Formal and Informal Support." Speakers featured: Councilman Thomas Waeter, Jr.; Vacoontess Payne; William Passano; Barbara Cohn; Linda Shopes

n/a

1980, April 9

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8441

BACKGROUND MATERIALS, Generation to Generation Project: The Living Legacy of Older Persons, 1979-1980

In the fall of 1979, under a grant from the Maryland Committee for the Humanities, Laura Ramsey directed an interview program among senior citizens who were part of the AIM (Action in Maturity), the Senior Citizens Project of the Greater Homewood Community Corporation.

Background documentation and materials on Project

n/a

1979-1980

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Summary of project; Fact sheet; Programs for public events; newspaper and periodical clippings; project schedule; interviewer biographical forms; interview checklists; photographs: interviewer and interviewee, scholars committee meeting, panel (continued in notes column)

n/a

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8442

GEORGE MORTON LOVELL (1891-)

Salesman, welder, evangelist; lifelong resident of Hampden/Woodberry

"My Eighty Plus Years as a Resident of Hampden/Woodberry" - Growing up in Hampden/Woodberry; textile mills of area, Poole engineering, Chenoweth funeral home; Shechinah Temple; neighborhood reaction to WW I; effect of war on mill workers; his ministry; 36th St during WW I; experiences during depression; effects of Depression on residents of Hampden/Woodberry; race relations; the Klu Klux Klan; Neighborhoods characters and anecdotes; churches in Hampden; Mills; women's role in mills

Eva Shillingburg

1981

n/a

17 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary, biographical material, correspondence, photograph - (3 copies - 1 master; 2 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8443

RUTH BEAR LEVY (1898-)

Grew up the mining town of Lonaconing, MD

Baltimore resident who spent childhood in Lonaconing, MD; family life; family owned Eisenberg Brothers store; town centere of Scotch community; mining in Lonaconing: child workers, miners organizations; discrimination as a Jew; local politics

Stuart Stack

1978

Biographical form, interview summary, "A Bit O' Scotland" -essay by Levy - Folder H

n/a; no transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8444

BRYDEN BORDLEY HYDE (1914-)

Baltimore Architect

Interview provides a guided tour of Hyde's home on Gibson Island, Md. The home is made up from structural parts from Evesham, the Hyde family home in Baltimore. Evesham was originally acquired by the Hyde family from Reverdy Johnson, Jr. in 1895. Interview provides history of the house and its architecture; Other topics discussed: History of Evesham; growing up in Evesham; Family life in Evesham; Committee memberships at the Maryland Historical Society and Baltimore Museum of Art; Army service during World War II; (

Lynn Jones-Bateman

1982

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8445

JEAN HOFFMEISTER, SR. (1903-)

 

 

Carol Harris

1981, January 23, February 24, March 4

n/a

transcript; Biography; 27 pp, transcript, time index -January 23rd session;  26 pp, transcript, time index - February 24th session; time index, no transcript - March 4th session. (2 copies: 1 Oral History Office Files, Box ?; 1 public use)

 

 

OH 8446

SIDNEY HOLLANDER, JR.

 

 

Donna Reed

1982

n/a

tape index: (3 copies: 1  public use; 1 electronic 1 (handwritten) Oral History Office Files, box ?)

 

 

OH 8447

DAVID HILTON (1918-)

Baltimore Teacher and Poet

 

Peter Brunett

9/26/1975

n/a

11 pp, transcript (partial - first 30 minutes of interview)

1 hour

 

OH 8448

ESTHER MCCREADY (1931 - )

Nurse, teacher, singer; 1st African-American to be admitted to the University of Maryland School of Nursing in 1950.

 

Damon Talbot

5/14/2012; 5/18/2012

n/a

time index; photocopies of newspaper clippings, articles, photographs and other items; United State Postal Service bookmark honoring McCready (2 copies: 1 admin file; 1 public use)

approx 3 hours

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8449

C. EDWARD UTERMOHLE, JR. Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

CEO, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company

February 9, 1983 Interview: History of BGE; management styles of different periods; role and tasks as CEO; Organization of company; taxes; Types of heating and their uses, strengths & weaknesses; relationship with Federal Government. January 27, 1983 Interview: Early life; schooling; family life: starting at BGE; early positions at BGE: experiences of company during World War II; use of natural gas; conversion to natural gas in 1950; pipeline projects: organization, process, materials; Unions at BGE: UWUA. (Continued in Notes Column)

John T. King III

1982, 1983

n/a

43 pp, transcript of three interviews; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, correspondence - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8450

HAZEL SPEAR (MRS. GEORGE R. SPEAR ) (1915-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Secretary to the Executive Assistant to the Chairman of the Board, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company

Early education; YMCA business college; work experiences and daily life during Depression; Early work for BGE; natural gas changeover in 1950; Characterizations of co-workers and supervisors; job anecdotes; post-BGE activities

John T. King III

1982

n/a

11 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use) 

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8451

CHARLES B. BECHTEL (1921-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Superintendent-Underground of the Central Distribution Department, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company

Early life; family; education; service in U.S. Navy during World War II; history of employment at BGE; patents; productivity of company.

John T. King III

1982

n/a

19 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8452

JEROME H. T. KIDDER (1914-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Supervisor-Employee Policies and Compensation, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company

Early life; family; dducation; employement with U.S. Department of Labor during the Depression, Bendix, Koppers Company, Maryland Fine and Specialty Wire Company; Service in U.S. Navy during World War II; Employment at BGE

John T. King III

1983

n/a

29 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8453

HENRY B. KIMMEY (1910-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Manager-Employee Relations, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company

Early life; family; education; Experiences in World War II, 29th infantry regiment; Employment at BGE; hiring of minorities at BGE;

John T. King III

1983

n/a

34 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8454

WILLIAM J. BARKLEY (1915-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Manager of Construction, Electic Construction Department, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

12 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8455

RAY C. DANNETTEL Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Consulting Engineer in the Electric Engineers Department, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8456

ELIZABETH R. THIBODEAU  (1915-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Secretary to the Chariman of the Board, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

16 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8457

LOUIS E. CARTER (1908-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Administrative Manager of the Keystone-Conemaugh Projects.

Early life; family; education; employement at Keystone-Conemaugh Projects, of which BGE was part owner

John T. King III

1982

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8458

ANTON S. ENDLER  (1928-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Manager - Employee Services, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; service in Maryland National Guard: 1963 riots in Cambridge, MD; 1968 riots in Baltimore; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

24 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8459

ROBERT J. GEORGE (1908-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Director of Development, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8460

WALTER H. VOLKER (1901-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Superintendent-Electric Appliance Service, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

34 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8461

WILLIAM E. RUSSELL (1905-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Vice President Gas Operations, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

16 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8462

AUSTIN E. PENN (1904-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8463

HOWARD D. GERHARDT (1894-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Assistant Sales Supervisor, Appliance Sales Department, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

21 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)  

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8464

ETHEL F. RIGGIN (1921-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Executive Secretary to the President of the Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life, family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

21 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material  - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8465

WILLIAM E. WILKINSON, (1910-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Manager - Central Distribution Department, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employement BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

27 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)  

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8466

NEWTON C. COSTER, JR. (1924-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

General Foreman - Trouble Operators, Electric Systems Operations Department, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1982

n/a

29 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)  

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8467

F. EDWARD RUGEMER (1909-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Vice President, Finance and Accounting, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1983

n/a

36 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project, biographical material - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)   

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8468

PAUL F. HLUBB, (1911-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Manager - Customer's Accounts, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company

Early life; family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King III

1983

n/a

30 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: deed of gift for project, background info. on project - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use) 

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8469

ROBERT S. MEUSHAW (1913-)

Retired Baltimore City Fire Captain

Early life; experience during prohibition and Depression years; The interview is primarily focused on the night life and entertainment in Baltimore during the 1920s through the 1940s. Mr. Meushaw talks about many Baltimore clubs and dance halls including: Carlin's, Dixie Ball Room, Two O'Clock Club, Stanley Theater, Sherry's Night Club, Club Charles, Chanticleer, the Astoria, Mt. Royal Hotel; Pennsylvania Avenue entertainment district; amusement Parks; Bay cruises; Big Bands - Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Glen Gray; Early television shows

Lynne Jones-Bateman

1981

n/a

19 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical material, interview summary - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use) Interviewed as part of school project along with OH 8718, Harry Yankellow

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8470

J. CLARK BARRETT

WW II Veteran, participated in the Battle of Midway as a reserve pilot on a divebomber

Flight training in Florida; Involvement in aborted raid on Japan as part of Colonel Doolittle's squadron; Experiences during the Battle of Midway; return to Pearl Harbor then joined battlegroup at Guadalcanal; Experiences on Espiriti Dos Santos after squadron got lost heading to Guadalcanal.

F. Symington

12/16, 1982

n/a

Tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

70 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8471

BLAIR LEE III (1916-1985) Secretary of State of Maryland from 1969 to 1971. He was Lieutenant Governor of Maryland from 1971 to 1979 and Acting Governor from 1977 to 1979

Secretary of State of Maryland ,1969 to 1971; Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, 1971 to 1979; Acting Governor of Maryland, 1977 to 1979; member of the Lee family, a prominent U.S. political family

Early life; Family life; Introduction to politics; Impact of his father's political career role on his early life; impact of being part of a political family on his career in politics; discussion of his family members;

Susan Roy

9/14, 1982

n/a

Tape index; no transcript. - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use)

68 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8472

JOHN E. CLARK

 

 

Susan Roy

9/1, 1982

n/a

n/a

1 hour, 26 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8473

JAMES HUBERT (EUBIE) BLAKE (1887-1983)

Baltimore born composer, lyricist and pianist of ragtime, jazz and popular music.

Origins of the name "Eubie"; parents; introduction to music; early music experiences; broadway plays; his song "Memories of You"; graduating from New York University at age 66; American Society of Composers. (Interview conducted for the Black Oral History Program at Fiske University

Robert Hebb

1972

n/a

8 pp, transcript - (2 copies: 1 master; 1 public use) 

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8474

ETHEL J. DAY (1892-)

Civic and Church Worker; Administrative Assistant - Coppin State College, 1922-1963

Early life; family; experience assisting in clerical work at Colored Teacher Training School; passing secretary test in 1922; describes growth of Colored Teachers Training School into Coppin Normal School and then into a four year State Liberal Arts College; Experiences at Coppin State - students, faculty, move in 1952 to location on North Avenue; work experiences at Colored YWCA; her awards and honore received from various institutions including Grace Presbyterian Church, YWCA, NAACP, Coppin, Afro-American Clean Block Committee; hobbies; philosophy of life

Louise Kerr Hines

1980

Biographical form, tape index, newspaper clippings, photocopies of graduation certificates, Program for Municipal Employment Association Banquet, 1962 - Folder L Pat II

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8475

ROBERT EMBRY

Unknown

TAPE BLANK - NO RECORDING OF INTERVIEW/NO TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE

Susan Bacon

1982, November 16

n/a

n/a

Tape blank - no interview

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8476

THOMAS D'ALESSANDRO

 

 

Susan Bacon

9/14, 1982

n/a

n/a

31 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8477

JEAN HOFMEISTER

 

 

Susan Bacon

9/15, 1982

n/a

n/a

1 hour, 48 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8478

WILLIAM BOUCHER III

 

 

Susan Bacon

9/23, 1982

n/a

n/a

61 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8479

JOHN F. BACON

 

 

Susan Bacon

8/12 and 8/18, 1982

n/a

n/a

 

 

OH 8480

JOHN PENTZ

 

 

Betty Key

10/16,1980

n/a

n/a

 

 

OH 8481 ADDto online inv.

THOMAS MARBURGER (1901-)  Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

Vice President - Engineering and Construction, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company

Early life, family; education at Baltimore Polytechnical institute and Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore Gas and Electric Company during World War II; employment at BGE

John T. King, III

7/11, 1984

n/a

27 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: BGE adminsistrative chart; copy of page from Who's who in in Engineering -Marburger; biographical timeline; BGE project deed of gift. - (2 copies: master and public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8482 Add to onlin invent

GEORGE MCGOWAN (1928-) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Corporate History Project, 1982-1984

President and Chief Operating Officer, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company

Early life, family; education; employment at BGE

John T. King, III

4/25, 1984

n/a

26 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical sketch; BGE project deed of gift. - (2 copies: master and public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8483

ALBERT FEAR JR. (1949-)

 

 

Donna Reaser

4/28, 1977

n/a

29 pp, transcript;Supplementary material: Interview progress record; interviewer evaluation; time index - (2 copies: master and public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8680BARBARA KATZMaryland Historical Society Board of Trustee, ca 1980s - present(2013); President of the Maryland Historical Society, 2002-2005Ms. Katz discusses her childhood and family. Most of the interview focuses on her involvement with the Maryland Historical Society, first as a volunteer on several committees, including the Antiques committee, then as a member of the Board of Trustees and President.Damon TalbotOctober 22, 2013n/an/a30 minutesNo restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8681

CHARLES MASON

Member of Congress for Racial Equality (CORE) Baltimore Chapter; Participated in Baltimore sit-ins in 1950s, Route 40 protests, and Gwynn Oak Park protests in 1963.

Gwynn Oak Park protests, 1963; Congress of Racial Equality (CORE); experiencs under segregation in Baltimore; Black Panther Party; Souther Poverty Law Center; Route 40 protests. Interview conducted as part of a Staff Development workshop conducted by Amy Nathan for the Baltimore City Public Schools.

Amy Nathan and teachers participting in workshop: Jeff Ellis, Scott Ference, Deneen O. Moore-McDonald, Gwende Mozeik-Walker, Bridget Strana.

January 22, 2013; October 2013 (phone interview)

n/a

14 pp, transcript, book review of "Round and Round Together" (3 copies of transcript: 1 public use; 2 digital (CD and on server)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8682

JOHN ROEMER III (1938-)

Vice Chairman, Baltimore Congress of Racial Equality, 1961-1964; Executive Director of ACLU of Maryland, 1970-1979, 1981-1984.

Gwynn Oak Park protests, 1963; Walter Carter; Congress of Racial Equality (CORE); ACLU and NAACP; civil rights acitivities in Maryland. Interview conducted as part of a Staff Development workshop conducted by Amy Nathan for the Baltimore City Public Schools.

Amy Nathan and teachers participting in workshop (see transcript for complete listing of interviewers)

January 22, 2013

n/a

10 pp, transcript, book review of "Round and Round Together" (3 copies of transcript: 1 public use; 2 digital (CD and on server)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8683

ZELDAR WILSON & MARIE CONIGLAND

Zeldar Wilson - Participated in Baltimore sit-ins in 1950s and Gwynn Oak Park protests in 1963.

Baltimore Sit-ins; experiences with segregation in Baltimore; Gwynn Oak Park protests, 1963; remembrances of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Medgar Evers assassinations. Interview conducted as part of a Staff Development workshop conducted by Amy Nathan for the Baltimore City Public Schools.

Amy Nathan and teachers participting in workshop (see transcript for complete listing of interviewers)

January 22, 2013

n/a

12 pp, transcript, book review of "Round and Round Together" (3 copies of transcript: 1 public use; 2 digital (CD and on server)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8684

ROSS KIMMEL & BURT KUMMEROW

Burt Kummerow: Historian, historical interpreter, President of the Maryland Historical Society (2010-2015). Ross Kimmel: Author, historical interpreter

Discussion of interviewee's involvement in the Bi-centennial celebrations of 1976 and their careers as historical interpreters beginning in the 1960s

Alexandra Deutsch

5/25/2016

n/a

n/a

1 hour, 55 minutes

Permission must be obtained from interviewees prior to use.

OH 8685JOSEPH MAGUIRE, JR.Vietnam War VeteranMr. Maguire talks about his experiences as a solider during the Vietnam War. Interviewed as part of the Witness to War Project (non -MdHS REFERENCE ONLY) June 18, 2016n/an/a1 hourREFERENCE ONLY - Copyright owned by Witness to War Foundation

OH 9905

SAVING A COMMUNITY'S RECOLLECTIONS: TAKOMA PARK ORAL HISTORY PROJECT - PROJECT MATERIALS Saving a Community's Recollections: Takoma Park Oral History Project, 2001

The Takoma Park Oral History Project was a product of Historic Takoma, Inc. a non-profit organization established with the goal of “preserving the heritage of Takoma Park-Md and Takoma-DC. Financed in part by the Montgomery County Historical Society, the oral history project was one of Historic Takoma’s first efforts to “encourage collection and preservation of the community’s oral history before it is too late.”

A series of three interviews with residents of Takoma Park undertaken by Historic Takoma, Inc.

Eileen McGuckian

n/a

n/a

Background information and documents on project, , Map, Takoma Park: Portrait of a Victorian Suburb: transcripts and supplementary material for three interviews (see individual entries)

n/a

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9905.1

DOROTHY BARNES (1922-) Saving a Community's Recollections: Takoma Park Oral History Project, 2001

Lifelong Resident of Takoma Park

Growing up in Takoma Park; attending Montgomery Blair High School; life during the Great Depression; work for John Lewis Smith, a lawyer in the district; changes to Takoma Park during World War II - blackouts, civil defense drills, experiences as volunteer with USO; desegregation; Historic Landmarks; Takoma PArk Historical Society; her efforts to stop the North Central Freeway and Montogomery College's expansion; changes she witnessed in Takmoa Park over the course of her life; the arrival of the Metro in Takoma Park in 1978

Eileen McGuckian

7/25/2001; 9/5/2001

n/a

59 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary, biographical information, 2 photographs

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9905.2

ROLAND DAWES (1931-) Saving a Community's Recollections: Takoma Park Oral History Project, 2001

Resident of Takoma Park since 1931; One of the first African-American Businessmen in Takoma Park

Growing up in Takoma Park as a African-American youth; attending African-American Grade School in Takoma Park; experiences during the Great Depression; experiences with segregation; experiences as an African-American business owner; employment at Walter Reed Medical Center; integration of schools and local services following the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education ruling.

Eileen McGuckian

2001

n/a

61 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: interview summary, biographical information, 2 photographs

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9905.3

ETHEL MEYERS BARILE (1910-) Saving a Community's Recollections: Takoma Park Oral History Project, 2001

Lifelong Resident of Takoma Park

Growing up and living in Takoma Park; Central High School; Family life; Everyday life in Takoma Park - shopping, family life, holidays; witnessing segregation - segregated beaches; experiences working for War Department from 1936-1949; changes she witnessed in Takoma Park over the course of her life

Eileen McGuckian

2001

n/a

63 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: biographical information, 2 photographs

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9906

WILLIAM DOYLE & SAMUEL KRAUSS             Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

WWII veterans of the Army’s 29th Division. Both served in the D-Day invasion.  

One in a series of interviews with Marylanders who served in armed services during WWII or worked in defense production on the home front. The interview principally focuses on their experiences preparing for and participating in the D-Day invasion, their perspectives of military life, and their transition to civilian life after the war.

Shaine Hill, Anshrea Covington

2009

n/a

38 pp, transcript; deed of gift; 1 photograph; interviewers' notes and questions

1 hr 15 min.

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9906.1

WE HAD A JOB TO DO: MARYLANDERS AT HOME AND ABROAD DURING WORLD WAR II - PROJECT BOOKLET Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

n/a

Companion booklet for the project containing 14 student research papers examining Maryland’s role during World War II from various aspects. Topics include: Maryland’s prisoner of war camps, the Glenn L. Martin Company, Aberdeen Proving Ground, civil rights activism in wartime Baltimore, and more. The booklet also contains an introduction to the project, photographs, and short biographies of the student interviewers.

n/a

n/a

n/a

107 booklet

n/a

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9907

DR. CYRIL O. BYRON  Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

Tuskegee Airmen. Dr. Cyril O. Byron is a WWII veteran of the Army Air Corps and a Tuskegee Airman. He lived much of his life in Baltimore and is a graduate of Morgan State University.  He taught for 26 years at Coppin State University.

One in a series of interviews with Marylanders who served in armed services during WWII or worked in defense production on the home front. Dr. Byron discusses discrimination and segregation in pre and post-war Baltimore; discrimination in the Army; discrimination in wartime Europe; relations with white soldiers and officers; training at Tuskegee Airbase; advocacy of African American newspapers, civil rights activists, and Eleanor Roosevelt for Tuskegee Airmen; successes and accolades of the Tuskegee Airmen; GI Bill; transition to civilian life; receiving the Congressional Medal of Honor; attending the inauguration of President Obama.

Raven Coleman, Antwan Branch

2009

n/a

34 pp, transcript; deed of gift; 1 photograph; interview questions; article on Tuskegee Airmen; Receipt and list for items donated to MdHS by  interviewee for short term loan for February 11, 2009 program

1 hr:34 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9908

RAYMOND V. HAYSBERT (1920-2010) Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

Tuskegee Airman. Mr. Haysbert is a WWII veteran of the Army Air Corps and a Tuskegee Airman. He settled in Baltimore after the war and worked for the Parks Sausage Company, eventually becoming the CEO. Haysbert was active in the African American community, particularly in regard to civil rights and Black businesses.

One in a series of interviews with Marylanders who served in armed services during WWII or worked in defense production on the home front. Haysbert discusses: perspectives on military life; discrimination in the Army; training at Tuskegee Airbase; Colonel Davis; military operations in Europe; performance against German fighter plans; Tuskegee Airmen's exceptional record; leisure time in Italy; GI Bill and postwar education and career; accolades of Tuskegee Airmen; Congressional Medal of Honor; postwar camaraderie of Tuskegee Airmen

Raven Coleman, Antwan Branch

2009

n/a

23 pp, transcript; deed of gift; 3 obituaries; 2 photographs; interview questions

55 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9909

EDMUND NELSON (1920-) Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009  

Mr. Nelson  is a native of Maryland and a WWII veteran.  He first enlisted in the Army Air Corps before transferring to the Navy. He has a long relationship with MdHS, serving as a member of the maritime committee and a volunteer.

Mr. Nelson discusses: bombing of Pearl Harbor; decision to enlist in the Navy; decision to transfer to Marine Corps; challenges of pilot training; women Marines; non-combat flight missions; most memorable flight while in service; VE Day and VJ Day; flying over ruins of Nagasaki and Hiroshima; transition to civilian life

Mariah Williams

2009

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23 pp, transcript; supplementary material: deed of gift; 3 photographs; interviewer questions; biographical form

49 min (part 1); 26 min (part 2)

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9910

STEVEN MELNIKOFF (1919-) Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

WWII veteran of the Army’s 29th Division. Mr. Melnikoff was born in Woonsocket, RI. He was drafted into the Army in July 1943 and was a  member of 29th Division. He is a veteran of D-Day and many of the principal battles of the Allied offensive in Europe. He worked as an engineer for 31 years with Bethlehem Steel.

Mr. Melnikoff discusses: transition to Army life; boot camp; training in England; USO events; crossing the English Channel for D-Day invasion; D-Day landing; American offensive in Europe; casualties; hedgerow fighting; Battle of the Bulge; transition to civilian life; GI Bill

Manuel Barbour, Anshrea Covington

2009

n/a

35 pp, transcript; deed of gift; interview questions; biographical form; photograph

1 hr 5 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9911

DON MCKEE Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

WWII veteran of the Army’s 29th Division. Mr. McKee was an Army medic in the 29th Division during WWII.  He participated in the D-Day invasion and the American offensive in Europe. He is an active member of the 29th Division Association. 

Mr. McKee discusses: decision to give up college draft deferment; basic training;  Queen Mary and the voyage across the Atlantic; training in England; Victory mail (V mail); voyage across the English Channel for Normandy invasion; D-Day landing; serving as a medic during American offensive; St. Lô; injury sustained and rehabilitation; hedgerow fighting in Normandy; redeployment to Manilla; transition to civilian life;  involvement in 29th Division Association

Kiana James

2009

n/a

37 pp, transcript; deed of gift; interview questions; 2 photographs

1 hr 12 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9912

CARLOS RALON (1927-) Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009        

Merchant Mariner, Project Liberty Ship. Mr. Ralon was born on Solomon's Island and is a lifelong Marylander. After WWII began, he enlisted in the Merchant Marine and served onboard liberty ships for several cruises. He is a volunteer with Project Liberty Ship of Baltimore and therefore a crewmember of the SS John W. Brown. He is a graduate of Washington Bible College.

Mr. Ralon discusses: decision to join Merchant Marine; training at Sheepshead Bay; life onboard a Liberty Ship; German attack on his convoy in English Channel; navigating a minefield in the Mediterranean Sea; experiences in Karachi, India; V-J Day celebration in Bombay; experiences in Lorenzo Marques; transporting troops across the Mediterranean Sea; lack of recognition for the contributions of the Merchant Marine; volunteering with Project Liberty Ship

Raven Coleman

2009

n/a

19 pp, transcript; deed of gift; interview questions; 2 photographs; 8 photocopies of personal ephemera

42:381:04:53

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9913

CHARLES BLOCKSTON               Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

Merchant Mariner, Project Liberty Ship. Charles Blockston was a member of the Merchant Marine and served during WWII. In 1942, Germans sunk his ship, the Carlton, while en route for Murmansk.  After 19 days adrift at sea, two Norwegian fishermen rescued the crew and brought them to Tufjord, Norway. Soon after, Germans captured the crew and imprisoned them in a German POW camp, Milag Nord Mirag, near Hamburg. In 1945, after 32 months in captivity, the Germans released Blockston. He continued to serve in the Merchant Marine until 1982. Upon retirement, he joined Project Liberty Ship in the restoration of the SS John W. Brown.

Blockston discusses: prewar years in the Merchant Marine; life at sea onboard a merchant ship; the German attacks on the Carlton; being captured in Norway by German forces; time in a German POW camp; repatriation.

Raven Coleman

2009

n/a

13 pp, transcript

36 min

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9914

AMERICAN ROSIE THE RIVETER ASSOCIATION: ELSIE ARNOLD, SUSAN TAYLOR KING, VALERIE JOHNSON, & ROSE YINGLING                             Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

Elsie Arnold, Susan Taylor King, Valerie Johnson, and Rose Yingling worked in the aircraft industry at Glenn L. Martin and Eastern Aircraft in Baltimore during World War II.  Like many women who worked in the defense industry during WWII, this was their first job working in an industrial capacity. The American Rosie the Riveter Association's mission is "To recognize and preserve the history and legacy of working women, including volunteer women, during World War II; to promote cooperation
and fellowship among such members and their descendants; and to further the advancement of patriotic ideals, excellence in the work place, and loyalty to the United States of America."

The group discusses their individual experiences on the home front during WWII with an emphasis on their employment with Glenn L. Martin Aviation and Eastern Aircraft factories in Baltimore. Topics include: training courses; working conditions; relations with other workers, including men; job responsibilities; race relations; daily life on the home front; rationing; entertainment; V-J Day; being laid off; life after WWII; membership in the ARRA.

Raven Coleman

2009

n/a

12 pp, transcript

1 hr 9 min (interview); 2 min 24 sec (pre-interview discussion)

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9915

VICTOR HARVEY HODGIN SR. Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

Mr. Hodgin began working Glenn L. Martin Aviation shortly before the U.S. entered WWII.  He continued working for the company for many decades and, as of 2009, was still active in supporting the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum.

Mr. Hodgin discusses his life during the Great Depression, before coming to work for Glenn L. Martin in Middle River. He spends considerable time discussing the Glenn L. Martin plant during WWII. Relevant topics include the influx of workers to Baltimore from the South and Appalachia, the company's town, workplace culture, Glenn L. Martin's treatment of the workforce, and President Roosevelt's visit to the plant.

Raven Coleman, Dustin Meeker

2009

n/a

n/a

60 min 21 sec

No signed deed of gift.

OH 9916

HOWARD ZINN (1922-2010)  Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during WWII, 2008-2009

Historian, author, activist, and Army Air Force WWII veteran

Mr. Zinn was interviewed about both his WWII experiences and his anti-war activities during the Vietnam War. The interview is also part of the Doris M. Johnson Project: Vietnam War Series. Mr. Zinn discusses: the Vietnam anti war movement; the impact of Zinn's book, The Logic of Withdrawal, on the anti war movement; involvement in the civil rights movement; the role and impact of the Baltimore Four and Catonsville Nine; experiences speaking at rallies in Baltimore during their trials; Viva House; Norman Morrison, Baltimore Quaker who set himself on fire in front of the Pentagon in protest of the Vietnam war; Daniel and Phillip Berrigan; Trip to Hanoi in 1968 with Daniel Berrigan; Jonah House, Liz McAlister; Joining the Airforce in WWII; traingin; experiences as a bombadier in European Theater; Influence of WWII experiences on his anti war beliefs; Impact of John Hersey's book, Hiroshima, on his anti war beliefs; African Americans experience during the war; Segregtion in army during WWII; post-war activities after returning home.

Raven Coleman, Mike Douglass

2008

n/a

22 pp, transcript; New York Times obituary

Vietnam Segment: 21min; World War II segment: 24 min

See PDF transcript with restrictions - "Reproduction granted for educational purposes only"

OH 9916

HOWARD ZINN (1922-2010)  Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Historian, author, activist, and Army Air Force WWII veteran

Mr. Zinn was interviewed about both his WW2 experiences and his anti-war activities during the Vietnam War. This interview is also include as part of the Doris M. Johnson Project: We Had a Job to Do: Marylanders at Home and Abroad during World War II. Mr. Zinn discusses: the Vietnam anti war movement; the impact of Zinn's book, The Logic of Withdrawal, on the anti war movement; involvement in the civil rights movement; the role and impact of the Baltimore Four and Catonsville Nine; experiences speaking at rallies in Baltimore during their trials; Viva House; Norman Morrison, Baltimore Quaker who set himself on fire in front of the Pentagon in protest of the Vietnam war; Daniel and Phillip Berrigan; Trip to Hanoi in 1968 with Daniel Berrigan; Jonah House, Liz McAlister; Joining the Airforce in WWII; traingin; experiences as a bombadier in European Theater; Influence of WWII experiences on his anti war beliefs; Impact of John Hersey's book, Hiroshima, on his anti war beliefs; African Americans experience during the war; Segregation in army during WWII; post-war activities after returning home.

Raven Coleman, Mike Douglass

2008

n/a

22 pp, transcript; Supplementary material: obituary

Vietnam Segment: 21min; World War II segment: 24 min

See PDF transcript with restrictions - "Reproduction granted for educational purposes only"

OH 9917

JORDAN GOODMAN (1951-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Student at the University of Maryland College Park during the Vietnam War Protests, 1970-1973; Student Strike Leader in 1970

College background; draft; divisions on campus over the Vietnam war between different academic departments; Protests of May 1970: rallies in front of Administration building, occupation of Skinner building, arrest of Professor Ed Beal; Protests of 1971: blockading Route one, National Guard occupation, Genera; Warfield commander of National Guard, Governor Mandel's reaction to demonstrations, effect of protests on campus life;  goals of anti-war movement; personal involvement in demonstrations; shooting of Graduate Assistant Lawrence Babits by National Guardsmen; campus reaction to Kent State; treatment of returning Vietnam War Veterans; media coverage of demonstrations

Antwan Branch

3/27, 2008

n/a

Tape index; no transcript

Part one: 25 min; Part two: 26 min

 

OH 9918

JORDAN GOODMAN (1951-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Student at the University of Maryland College Park during the Vietnam War Protests, 1970-1973; Student Strike Leader in 1970

Mr. Goodman discusses and describes nine photographs he took during the protests.

Antwan Branch

3/27, 2008

n/a

Printouts of nine photographs

4 min, 37 sec

Permission for use of the photographs must be acquired from Jordan Goodman

OH 9919

ELIZABETH MCALISTER (1939-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Involved in resistance to the Vietnam War from 1965-1975; Member of the Harrisburg Seven; One of the founding members of Jonah House in 1973; Married to Phillip Berrigan, priest, activist, member of the Catonsville Nine

Reasons for opposition to the Vietnam War; arrest for destroying draft records, arrests at the White House and Pentagon; family; Vietnam war and U.S. Government policy; Phillip Berrigan's philosophy; years spent in prison; reception and media coverage of Phillip Berrigan's death; Jonah House - founding, change in focus from Vietnam war to weapons of mass destruction,

Kianna Jackson?

4/22, 2008

n/a

Tape index; no transcript

32 min

 

OH 9920

DAVID EBERHARDT (1941-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Involved in the civil rights movement prior to 1967; Anti-war activist; member of the Baltimore Four

Background as an activist; teaching career prior to becoming an activist; involvement in civil rights movement prior to 1967; reasons he left civil rights movement and turned to peace movement; Baltimore Interfaith Peace Mission (BIPM); experiences as a draft counselor; Baltimore Four actions; trial of Baltimore Four; origins of Catonsville Nine; Phillip Berrigan; influence of Norman Morrison; protests at the Pentagon; prison experience; impact of Baltimore Four on national peace movement; Howard Street March during Catonsville Nine trial; influence and inspiration of Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn; effect the of Vietnam War on the present day; comparison of Vietnam war to Iraq war

Raven Coleman

3/11, 2008

n/a

Tape index; no transcript

50 min

 

OH 9921

MICHAEL WARNER-BURKE (1943-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Vietnam War Veteran, U.S. Army, 1969-1970: Commander of the 45th Infantry Platoon, Scout Dog, February 1969-February 1970; Commanding Officer of the 65th Infantry Platoon, Combat Tracker, July 1969-February 1970

Early life; army enlistment, 167; basic training; experiences in Officer Candidate School (OCS); experiences in Vietnam - daily life, troop reaction to war, cultural differences in army, reception from public when returned home from tour of duty, experiences with post traumatic stress syndrome; comparison of Vietnam war to Iraq war

Antwan Branch

6/12, 2008

n/a

Tape index; no transcript; printouts of 5 photographs; 1st chapter of a manuscript by Michael Burke

42 min

 

OH 9922

ALEX FISHER (1947-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Vietnam War Veteran, U.S. Army, 1968-1969: 48th Transportation Group Headquarters, Long Binh, Vietnam; U.S. Army Induction Center, Boston, 1969-1970 - Moral Waivers Specialist

early life; army enlistment, 1967; long military tradition in family; basic training; Fort Lee; experiences as desk clerk in Vietnam; operation department; awarded Bronze Star for merit; life in Vietnam; life after returning home from Vietnam - employment, anti-war opposition he encountered

Raven Coleman

6/11, 2008

n./a

Tape index; no transcript; printouts of 3 photographs

38 min

 

OH 9923

SHELTON SKINNER Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Vietnam War Veteran

Background; enlistment in Air force, 1966; basic training - Amarillo Air Force Base; experiences in war - camp life, drug use among troops, troop reaction to anti-war protests in U.S.; feelings about war after returning to U.S.; family reactions; cultural differences of Vietnamese; relationship with other soldiers; life as a civilian - negative treatment because he was a Vietnam veteran; impact of Vietnam war on the U.S.

Sierra Johnson & ?

4/21, 2008

n/a

Tape index; no transcript

37 min

 

OH 9924

BRENDAN WALSH (1942-) & WILLA BICKHAM (1942-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

Catholic Workers; co-founders of Viva House; participated and organized protests against the Vietnam War; organized defense committee for the Baltimore Four and Catonsville Nine.

Background; reasons for opposition to the Vietnam War; parish work with Philip Berrigan; Catonsville nine - assistance to, planning of the draft board action, media coverage; Tom Lewis, civil rights worker; Cardinal Spellman; Catholic work houses; Viva House - founding, philosophy, evolution, work, relationship with Philip Berrigan; impact of Vietnam war on Society; Howard Zinn

Jacqueline Harris

4/10, 2008

n/a

Tape index; no transcript; 2 photocopies of newspaper articles

40 min

 

OH 9924.1

COLLISION:PEOPLE AND EVENTS THAT SHAPED THE VIETNAM ERA IN MARYLAND, PROJECT BOOKLET -  Doris M. Johnson Project: Collision - People and Events that Shaped the Vietnam Era in Maryland, 2008

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Companion booklet for the project containing 11 student research papers examining some significant events relating to Maryland's role during the period of the Vietnam war. Topics include: The Catonsville Nine, Baltimore Four, Viva House, Daniel Berrgian, Philip Berrigan, Norman Morrison, and anti-war protests at the University of Maryland. The booklet also contains an introduction to the project, photographs, and short biographies of the student interviewers.

n/a

n/a

b/a

88 pp booklet (1 copy: public use)

n/a

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9925

JULIE RANDALL (1942-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Involved in the civil rights movement, 1962-1963; participated in freedom rides on Route 40; participated in Northwood Theater protests, jailed for four days.

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

3/31/2007

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document)

43 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9926

JAMES GRIFFIN (1932-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Chairman of the Baltimore chapter of the Congress for Racial Equality (CORE), 1963-1968

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

3/29/2006

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document)

46 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9927

CHARLES MASON (1939-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Member of Congress for Racial Equality (CORE)

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

3/14/2007; 4/9/ 2007

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document)

3/14, 2007 session: 10 min ; 4/9, 2007 session: 55 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9928

STEVE MCCUTCHEON (1949-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Member of the Black Panther Party: Baltimore Chapter, 1968-1972; Oakland Chapter, 1972-1974

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

4/11/2007

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document)

56 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9929

BEVERLY REID (1938-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Member of Congress for Racial Equality (CORE); participated in the Gwynn Oak Park protests

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

3/30/2007

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document)

1 hour , 6 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9930

MOSES NEWSON  (1927-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Reporter, City Editor, Executive Editor of the Afro-American Newspapers, 1957-1978; covered many civil rights events  including: the Emmett Till trial, 1955; desegregation of Central High in Little Rock, 1957; desegregation of the Univeristy of Mississipi; the Freedom Rides

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

5/4/2007

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document); brief biography

1 hour, 33 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9931

MARION BASCOM (1922-2012) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Minister of the Douglas Memorial Church.

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

4/25/2006

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document);Baltimore Sun obituary

1 hour, 17 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9932

ROBERT BELL (1943-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Chief Judge, Maryland Court of Appeals

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

4/24/2006

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document); biographical essay

1 hour 30 sec

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9933

PATRICIA ROBERTS, Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

4/26/2006

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document)

1 hour, 7 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9934

DOUGLAS SANDS, (1934-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

• Recruited as a freshman in 1952 to participate in the Northwood protests.
• Helped establish CIG when the Political Action Committee was outlawed at Morgan.
• Special Assistant to Governor Tawes from 1959-1963.
• Executive Secretary for Maryland Commission for Interracial Problems and Relations
• Worked on a task force started by President Kennedy to work with the African diplomats who were denied access to restaurants along Route 40. 
• On task force to create Maryland’s Public Accommodations Law.
• Involved in Cambridge protests during the early 1960s.
• First full-time commissioner for the United States Commission on Civil Rights.
• Established bi-racial committees in each Maryland county and established committees in different states.

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

4/27/2006

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9935

SAMUEL BROWN, JR.  (9144-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

Participated in the Northwood protests 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

ca 2006-2007

n/a

No transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9936

Anita Hunter (1943-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

• Involved in Northwood Theatre boycott; was arrested & went to jail while attending Morgan.

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

ca 2006-2007

n/a

No transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9937

LOUISE TURKS (1911) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

see information sheet.

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

ca 2006-2007

n/a

No transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9938

WALTER SONDHEIM, JR.  (1908-) Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

ca 2006-2007

n/a

No transcript

1 hour, 15 min

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9939

GLORIA RICHARDSON AND DONNA ORANGE, Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were students at Doris M. Johnson High School.

Unidentified

5/28 - 2006 or 2007

n/a

No transcript; time index (Word Document);

 

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9940

FRASER SMITH'S ESSAY: DORIS JOHNSON, Doris M. Johnson Project: Civil Rights Movement Series,  2006 - 2007

 

 

 

5/18/2006

n/a

No transcript

3 min, 36 sec

No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy

OH 9955JOSEPH D. TYDINGS (1928 -)Maryland Senator, 1965-1971, lawyerTydings discusses his adopted father (Senator Millard Tydings, 1927-1951), his father's political positions as a Conservative Democrat, President Franklin Roosevelt's "purge" of his father and the 1938 labor day address at Denton, his father's interactions with Joseph McCarthy and McCarthy's successful smear campaign against him (and his father's electoral loss).  He also discussed his own history as a Senator under President Richard Nixon and his electoral loss under pressure from the gun lobbyBenjamin GoldsteinJuly 20, 2017 No transcipt87 minutes (Video and audio files)No restrictions; See MdHS Permision to publish policy; From DOG" "The interviewee may use them in any biography he authors"

OH 876

CLAIRE TURBERVILLE, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Annaeh Akinselure, Maham Sohail, Shalena

April 22, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8765

AMY NATHAN, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Gillian Schloop, Hannah Sierra, Kristen Wright

April 24, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8766

DENNIS BAKER, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Garrison Purnell, Ashley Fornoff, Lusia Cole

April 24, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8767

RON THOMPSON & JAMES BOARDLEY, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Xavier Howard, Maddie Davis, Irelynn Dunn

April 11, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8768

THOMAS CURTIS, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Trinity Cook, Amy Ozaki, Kristen Wright

April 21, 2014

n/a

No transcript; Two Biographical sketches (1 copy: public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8769

ALVIN C. HATHAWAY, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Gehrig Knaus, Ronald Bailey, Sodapop Nelka

April 11, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8770

PENNINGTON HEBRON, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Brennan Brillon, Jordan Kane, Stella Calhoun

April 22, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8771

WILLIAM FAUNTROY, Jr., Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Michael Aboah, Hunter Hamilton, Alex Garcia

April 23, 2014

n/a

No transcript; Biographical sketch and photocopies of items related to Fauntroy and the Tuskegee Airmen. (1 copy: public use)

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8772

STU WESCHLER, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Christian Burgos, Kassidee Wright, Khadijah Olatunji

April 24, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8773

BISHOP DOUGLAS I. MILES, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Dale Sellner, Ephraim Moore, Morgan Ward, Cameron Jacobs

April 24, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8774

GREG HUBERT, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Cole Etgen, Ethan Rober, Sarah Noble

April 24, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8775

JOHN ROEMER, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Dane Milleker, Nathan Whaling

April 24, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8776

KARL ALEXANDER, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

 David Naimark, Stephen Prinston, Dejia Drummon

April 25, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8777

MADELINE WILSON, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Timia Coates, Marcus Williams, Ydalis Francis

April 25, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8778

BRIAN RAFFERTY, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Gabriel Purnell, Erica Boozer, Preston Koplos, Kyleigh McQuade

April 25, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8779

LOIS FEINBLATT, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Cameo Beavers, Ruth Stinley, Daisy Death

April 24, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8780

CHARLES CULVER, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Xavier Howard, Eleana Zill, Maddie Davis, Irelynn Dunn

April 25, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8781

DELORES HAWKINS, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Amaya Adams, Jordan Walker, Shaun Samuels

April 25, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8782

MARTINI BEANN, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Britt Byrum, Tony Santos, Zay Moss, Piper Robinson

April 25, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8783

JAMES CROCKET, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Zoe Mansfield, Brandon Venedam, Kalil Biggs, Azka Cheema

April 28, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 8784

CARLA WILKINS & LYDIA WILKINS, Monarch Academy Civil Rights Series, 2014

 

Interview done as part of series of interviews related to the civil rights movement in Maryland. Interviewees were 8th grade students at Monarch Academy in Glen Burnie in 2014.

Julia Hamilton, Jamare White, Jake Russell

April 25, 2014

n/a

n/a

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9313

DEBORAH KOHL

Sister of photographer Joseph Kohl

Interview conducted for the 2017 MdHS film/exhibit "Unscripted Moments: The Life and Photography of Joseph Kohl"

Joe Tropea

March 16, 2017

n/a

Transcript available

33 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9314

DONNA SHERMAN

Owner of Action Theater in the 1990s, model

Interview conducted for the 2017 MdHS film/exhibit "Unscripted Moments: The Life and Photography of Joseph Kohl"

Joe Tropea

March 20, 2017

n/a

Transcript available

27 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9315

MICHAEL YOCKEL

Editor, Baltimore City Paper, 1988-1993

Interview conducted for the 2017 MdHS film/exhibit "Unscripted Moments: The Life and Photography of Joseph Kohl"

Joe Tropea

April 10, 2017

n/a

Transcript available

31 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9316

CINDY FRANCE

Friend of Joseph Kohl

Interview conducted for the 2017 MdHS film/exhibit "Unscripted Moments: The Life and Photography of Joseph Kohl"

Joe Tropea

April 27, 2017

n/a

Transcript available

7 minutes, 30 seconds

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9317

LINDA DAY CLARK

Photographer and friend of Joseph Kohl

Interview conducted for the 2017 MdHS film/exhibit "Unscripted Moments: The Life and Photography of Joseph Kohl"

Joe Tropea

April 27, 2017

n/a

Transcript available

37 minutes

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

         

OH 9214

CHARLES ABELSON, MD, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

6/25/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9217

JEFF ANTHONY, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

8/18/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9218

FATHER JOHN BAUER, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

1/15/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9219

PAUL BERRY, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

10/28/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9222

JOHN BOLTE, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

7/9/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9223

CHARLIE BOWLAND, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

10/7/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9231

MIKE CRONIN, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

3/4/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9233

MICHAEL DATCH, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

7/23/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9234

LOU DAVIS, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

5/28/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9235

HARRY DELAWDER, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

5/28/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9238

DAN ERDELL, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

9/28/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9239

DANIEL FLANAGAN, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

4/8/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9241

WAYNE GILCHREST, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

6/22/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9244

MICHAEL HERNDON, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

3/25/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9247

WILLIAM  HOLMES, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

4/8/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9250

DAVID HUGEL, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

ca 2013-2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9251

DAVID HYSON, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

4/28/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9252

JOHN IWANSKI, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

12/3/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9253

LEHR JACKSON, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

ca 2013-2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9255

PAUL JACOBS, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

4/28/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9256

CYPRIAN "BUTCH" JENIFER, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

6/17/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9257

MICHAEL JOHNSON, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

8/29/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9259

JAMES JONES, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

11/15/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9263

GLEN LEWIS, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

9/9/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9264

HOWARD LINABURG, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

7/9/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9267

WAYNE MCNEIR, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

3/4/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9269

CLARK MAYER, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

1/29/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9273

MIKE MORIN, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

11/12/2014

n/a

No Transcript

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9278

XUAN PHAM, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

9/10/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9279

ALAN PHILLIPS, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

1/29/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9280

JOHN PIGHINI, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

8/15/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9281

MIKE POWERS, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

12/3/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9282

NICK PREVAS, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

12/10/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9287

ERIC RICHSTEIN, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

11/20/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9288

PAT SAJAK, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

9/30/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9290

JAN SCRUGGS, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

10/7/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9292

CHIP SEYMOUR JR., Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

3/12/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9294

FRED SHINBUR, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

2/11/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9297

WARNER SUMPTER, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

10/28/2014

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9301

BAO TRAN, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

9/10/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9303

JIM WARNER, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

3/12/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9305

MICHAEL WELCH, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

3/25/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9306

DARREL WHITCOMB, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

7/23/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.

OH 9307

GEORGE WHITEHOUSE, Maryland Vietnam War Stories, 2013-2015

Vietnam veteran

Interview conducted for Maryland Public Television's (MPT) documentary "Maryland Vietnam War Stories" that aired in June of 2016.

MPT Producer

2/11/2015

n/a

Public copies available: paper copy and on website; Digital copy in Q: Drive: Special Collections

 

No restrictions; See MdHS permission to publish policy.