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Louise Malloy papers

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Abstract

Title:
Louise Malloy papers
Author/Creator:
Malloy, Louise
Collection number:
75-25
Size:
2.00 linear feet
Inclusive dates:
1894-1944
Collection Area:
Literature and Rare Books
Repository:
Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, Hornbake Library, College Park, MD 20742. Tel: 301-405-9212, Fax: 301-314-2709, Email: askhornbake@umd.edu
Abstract:

Louise Malloy (1858-1947) was the first newspaperwoman in Baltimore, Maryland, and a social and civic crusader. Her efforts led to the establishment of Juvenile Court in Baltimore and also resulted in improvements in the Fire Department. At the Baltimore American, she specialized in women's interests, did editorial and feature work, was dramatic editor for many years, and wrote a daily humor column entitled "Josh Wink." Her literary work included short stories, poems, articles, essays, and several plays, including "A Woman of War," written with General Felix Agnus, and "The Free Willer," for which she received a prize from the Eastern Shore Society of Maryland. Her papers consist of manuscripts of plays, poems, short stories, articles, and miscellaneous personal records documenting her life and literary career.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

This collection is open for research.

Preferred citation:

Louise Malloy papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Publication rights:

Photocopies of original materials may be provided for a fee and at the discretion of the curator. Please see our Duplication of Materials policy for more information. Queries regarding publication rights and copyright status of materials within this collection should be directed to the appropriate curator.

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED. The finding aid is currently unavailable online. Please contact the Curator of Literature and Rare Books for more information.