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Archive for September, 2016

#AskAnArchivist Day is October 5th!

October is American Archives Month! The Maryland Historical Society Library staff will be celebrating our amazing collections all month long and connecting with members and researchers.  On Wednesday, October 5, we’ll be hosting #AskAnArchivist Day on Society’s Facebook and Twitter pages! Special Projects Archivist Lara Westwood will be answering all your burning questions about the Maryland Historical Society’s Special Collections [...]

The Blair Witch is Back!

Maryland’s most famous witch, Elly Kedward, also known as the Blair Witch, returns to the big screen this Friday, September 16, in “Blair Witch,” the direct sequel to 1999′s “The Blair Witch Project.” “The Blair Witch Project” supposedly featured the footage left behind by three student filmmakers who disappeared after venturing into the Black Hills, [...]

The Prints of Joseph St. Lawerence

The Maryland Historical Society’s print collection numbers more than 5,000 lithographs, etchings and engravings spanning over 250 years of Maryland history. These include a large number of prints by major nineteenth century lithographers, including E. Sachse & Company and A. Hoen and Company, engravings from newspapers such as Harper’s Weekly, advertisements, and frakturs. The collection [...]

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