Adele H. Stamp papers
Adele H. Stamp (1890-1974) was Dean of Women at the University of Maryland from 1922 to 1960. She organized the Women's Student Government Association and the Women's Senior Honor Society and served as national treasurer of Alpha Lambda Delta. Her papers include correspondence, reports, photographs and scrapbooks, which document her involvement in student and academic affairs on the university campus especially before 1950, as well as her outside organizational interests. In addition, a portion of the collection covers her early life, prior to arriving at the University of Maryland in 1922. Among the topics addressed are May Day, Mortar Board, the Federation of Women's Clubs, the League of Women Voters, and the League of Nations Association of Maryland.
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Adele H. Stamp papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.
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