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Office of the President, University of Maryland records

Abstract

Title:
Office of the President, University of Maryland records
Author/Creator:
President's Office, University of Maryland
Collection number:
72-116 and multiple accessions
Size:
67.5 linear feet (processed); approx. 900 linear feet (unprocessed)
Bulk dates:
1910-1988
Inclusive dates:
1868-1988
Collection Area:
University of Maryland
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:

The Office of the President was established in 1859 with the appointment, by the Board of Trustees, of Benjamin Hallowell as the first president of the Maryland Agricultural College. The records document the tenure of eleven presidents of the Maryland Agricultural College, Maryland State College of Agriculture, and the University of Maryland system. They are comprised of correspondence; publications; reports; minutes; invitations; legislation; legal and financial records; photographs; newspaper clippings; conference materials; class schedules; and committee files. The University of Maryland also holds a major unprocessed addendum to the records of the Office of the President, consisting of two series documenting the administrations of Harry Clifton Byrd and Wilson H. Elkins. These files primarily include correspondence, reports, budgetary materials, minutes, committee files, photographs, maps, and blueprints. Among the topics covered are student life; facilities construction; relations with local, state, and national government; employment; academic departments and programs; and alumni. A preliminary inventory of these unprocessed materials has been prepared; requests to examine these records will be considered on a case by case basis.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

Yes, some files in this collection are restricted. Please contact the Archives and Manuscripts Department for more information.

Preferred citation:

Office of the President, University of Maryland records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/1634
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.

Historical Note

From its founding in 1856 as the Maryland Agricultural College to the creation of the current system of thirteen campuses in 1988, numerous presidents oversaw the operation of the College Park campus. These men made policy and personnel decisions; directed building campaigns and the creation of new academic programs; raised funds; monitored student, faculty, and staff conduct and performance; lobbied the legislature; touted the university's academic and athletic accomplishments; and guided the campus to its place among major American research universities.

On March 6 1856, the Maryland General Assembly chartered the Maryland Agricultural College (MAC). The MAC Board of Trustees announced the appointment of the first President, Benjamin Hallowell, on October 5, 1859, the day of the college's formal dedication and opening. Hallowell served for only one month, resigning for reasons or ill health. In the early years, the President set the admission policies and curriculum, established moral guidelines, hired the faculty, administered the budget, lobbied for funds, and frequently taught classes.

In 1916, the state took full control of the college and changed its name to the Maryland State College of Agriculture. After the college merged with the Baltimore professional schools in 1920, the name of the institution changed again to the University of Maryland. The president of the College Park campus simultaneously held the position of president of all of the University of Maryland campuses. The university grew rapidly and many activities that had been carried out by the President's Office were delegated to the expanding administrative staff. Increasingly, the President's Office came to focus on establishing the mission and long-range goals of the university and raising the funds needed to accomplish those goals. In addition to negotiating with individual and corporate donors, the president also lobbied at both the state and federal level for appropriations for higher education.

Beginning in 1970, two administrative positions were created to perform the duties of what had been previously been handled by one administrative officer. The administrator of the College Park campus became known as the chancellor and the administrator of what had become known as the University of Maryland System, now the University System of Maryland (USM), became known as the president.

As part of the reorganization of Maryland's higher education system, the President's Office was retitled the Chancellor's Office in July 1988, while the individual campus chancellors again became presidents.

Adminstrators, College Park Campus

Presidents of the Maryland Agricultural College

  • Benjamin Hallowell, 1859 (1 month)
  • Charles Benedict Calvert, Acting, 1859-1860
  • John Work Scott, Elected but never served, 1860
  • John M. Colby, 1860-1861
  • Henry Onderdonk, 1861-1864
  • Nicholas B. Worthington, Acting, 1864-1867
  • George Washington Custis Lee, Elected but never served, 1867
  • Charles L. C. Minor, 1867-1868
  • Franklin Buchanan, 1868-1869
  • Samuel Regester, 1869-1873
  • Samuel Jones, 1873-1875
  • William H. Parker, 1875-1882
  • Augustine J. Smith, 1882-1887
  • Allen Dodge, Acting, 1887-1888
  • Henry E. Alvord, 1888-1892
  • Richard W. Silvester, 1892-1912
  • Thomas H. Spence, Acting, 1912-1913
  • Harry J. Patterson, 1913-1916

Presidents of the Maryland State College of Agriculture

  • Harry J. Patterson, 1916-1917
  • Albert F. Woods, 1917-1920

Presidents of the University of Maryland

  • Albert F. Woods, 1920-1926
  • Raymond A. Pearson, 1926-1935
  • Harry Clifton Byrd, 1935-1954
  • Thomas B. Symons, Acting, 1954
  • Wilson H. Elkins, 1954-1970

Chancellors of the University of Maryland, College Park

  • Charles E. Bishop, 1970-1974
  • John W. Dorsey, Acting, 1974-1975
  • Robert L. Gluckstern, 1975-1982
  • William E. Kirwan, Acting, 1982
  • John B. Slaughter, 1982-1988

Presidents of the University of Maryland, College Park

  • William E. Kirwan, 1988-1998
  • Gregory L. Geoffrey, Acting, 1998
  • Clayton Daniel Mote, Jr., 1998-2010
  • Nariman Favardin, Acting, 2010
  • Wallace D. Loh, 2010-

Administrators, multi-campus

Presidents of the University of Maryland

  • Albert F. Woods, 1920-1926
  • Raymond A. Pearson, 1926-1935
  • Harry Clifton Byrd, 1935-1954
  • Thomas B. Symons, Acting, 1954
  • Wilson H. Elkins, 1954-1970

Presidents of the University of Maryland System

  • Wilson H. Elkins, 1970-1978
  • John S. Toll, 1978-1988

Chancellors of the University System of Maryland

  • John S. Toll, 1988-1989
  • James A. Norton, Acting, 1989-1990
  • Donald N. Langenberg, 1990-2002
  • William E. Kirwan, 2002-Present

Biographies of Presidents and Chancellors (1859-1988)

Benjamin Hallowell (1799-1877), 1859. Hallowell, a Quaker schoolmaster, noted scientist, and practical farmer, was appointed president in October 1859, assuming his duties in November. He had been in close consultation with the trustees since the college was chartered in 1856, but the board did not notify him of his appointment until after they had announced it. Hallowell accepted on condition that the college farm not use slave labor and that he serve without salary. He helped develop the curriculum--ancient and modern languages, natural sciences, English, and mathematics--as well as strict standards for discipline, religion, and physical training. Hallowell resigned due to illness after one month of service.

Charles Benedict Calvert (1808-1864), Acting, 1860. Calvert, founder of the Maryland Agricultural College, president of the Board of Trustees, and well-known philanthropist, planter, and congressman, served as acting president following Hallowell's resignation. Enrollment increased under his brief administration, from thirty-five to sixty-eight students. He established a non-credit preparatory program for applicants who could not meet the college's academic requirements. He also hired a prominent Washington scientist, Townend Glover, as professor of botany and entomology.

John Work Scott (1807-1879), 1860. Scott was a former president of Washington College, PA. Although officially elected, he never came to campus.

John M. Colby, 1860-1861. Colby had been principal of a local academy. The college's enrollment peaked at seventy-eight during his tenure, but dropped off sharply with the approach of war. Only seventeen students and three professors stayed through the July commencement. Colby resigned during the academic year to become an officer in the Union army

Henry Onderdonk (d. 1895), 1861-1864. Onderdonk was a Quaker schoolmaster from Washington County. During his three-year tenure, eight students received degrees. Onderdonk resigned under accusations, never substantiated, that he willingly harbored and entertained Confederate troops under the command of General Bradley T. Johnson who had encamped on the college grounds. He opened a private academy in Baltimore after resigning..

Nicholas B. Worthington, Acting, 1864-1867. Worthington, a magazine editor and professor, opened the college as a preparatory school for literate boys over twelve. The college continued as a prep school until June 1866 and did not open at all in 1867. Worthington also sold 205 acres of the original 428-acre campus to meet outstanding bills.

George Washington Custis Lee (1832-1913), 1867. The son of Robert E. Lee and a former major general on Jefferson Davis's personal staff, Lee was appointed president in 1867. Following criticism of the appointment in the Unionist newspapers, however, Lee reconsidered and declined the position.

Charles L. C. Minor (1835-1903), 1867-1868. A graduate of the University of Virginia, Minor had been a successful planter and a captain in the Confederate army. He abolished the preparatory school and instituted a classical and scientific curriculum, intending that the emphasis would gradually shift to the sciences. Due to small enrollment, however, he had to dismiss both scientific professors at mid-year. Upon resigning, he returned to Virginia and assumed the presidency of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

Franklin Buchanan (1800-1874), 1868-1869. Buchanan, a native of Baltimore, had been the first superintendent of the United States Naval Academy and the highest-ranking admiral in the Confederate navy. He reinstituted the preparatory school, reduced tuition, and rehired a science professor. Enrollment rose to almost one hundred students. Buchanan, however, neglected to file the annual report required by law. Subsequent inquiries by the trustees revealed that Buchanan had committed the institution to approximately $6,000 in debts. Shortly thereafter, he resigned and moved to Alabama to serve as head of an insurance company.

Samuel Regester, 1869-1873. Regester, a Methodist minister and graduate of St. John's College, eliminated the Bachelor of Science degree and exercised rigid religious discipline. He maintained enrollment at approximately 100 students and paid off Buchanan's debt. A high rate of expulsions and drop-outs, however, characterized his tenure. His religiosity and elimination of much of the technical farm training led the trustees to request his resignation.

Samuel Jones (1820-1887), 1873-1875. Jones, a graduate of West Point and former Confederate major general, restructured the curriculum and the overall focus of the college. He established seven departments--languages, mathematics, English, physics, chemistry, civil engineering, and agriculture--with emphasis on the sciences rather than the classics. He also added military training and continued the preparatory school, advertising it as a preparatory course for West Point and the Naval Academy. The Board requested his resignation because of controversy over his change in emphasis from agriculture to militarism.

William H. Parker (1826-1896), 1875-1882. Parker was a New Yorker who had been first in his class at the Naval Academy, served as a captain in the Confederate navy, and founded the Confederate Naval Academy in Richmond. He came to the college as professor of engineering at the same time that Jones came as president, and the two worked closely together until Jones's departure. Parker then continued a program virtually identical to that of Jones which was equally unpopular. The state legislature pressured him by denying state aid in 1882. Parker responded by resigning and subsequently went to Korea as the United States consul.

Augustine J. Smith, 1882-1887. A former sugar factor from Virginia, Smith focused on public relations activities, trying to build support and loyalty among farmers, students, and the members of the state legislature. Enrollment continually declined due to a lack of financial support. Smith accumulated a debt of over $15,000. Pleading ill-health, he resigned.

Allen Dodge, Acting, 1887-1888. Dodge, a local planter, served briefly as president following Smith's resignation.

Henry E. Alvord (1844-1904), 1888-1892. The Trustees hired Alvord as both director of the new, federally funded Agricultural Experiment Station and as the college president. A native of Massachusetts, he had served as a major in the Confederate army. He did not attend college but was a widely-respected dairy scientist. He was a professor at the Massachusetts Agricultural College and chief founder of the American Association of Land Grant Colleges. In his new role at Maryland, he emphasized serving the farm population by restructuring the curriculum around agriculture. He eliminated the prep school and the engineering course and greatly reduced entrance requirements. He had the support of farmers as well as federal funding. The college experienced little growth, however, due to its narrow agricultural focus. The trustees pressured him to resign, and he subsequently served as president of the Oklahoma Agriculture and Mechanical College and as head of the dairy division of the United States Department of Agriculture.

Richard W. Silvester (b. 1857), 1892-1912. Silvester studied agriculture at the Virginia Military Institute and served as principal of the Charlotte Hall Academy in St. Mary's County, Maryland, transforming it into a practical farmers' school. He followed a program similar to Alvord's, emphasizing vocational education. He lowered costs and reinstituted pre-collegiate courses. He also established two short certificate courses, one ten weeks and the other two years. The curriculum contained two tracks, agriculture and engineering, eliminating liberal arts almost entirely. His tenure saw the addition of seven new buildings. In 1912, a fire destroyed the original college building, known as the barracks, and the new administration building. Silvester, discouraged by this loss, resigned.

Thomas H. Spence (1867-1937), Acting, 1912-1913. A professor of languages, Spence served briefly following Silvester's resignation.

Harry J. Patterson (1866-1948), 1913-1917.Patterson, a graduate of Pennsylvania State College, was director of the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station before being appointed president. During his administration, he responded to faculty demands by establishing three years of high school as a pre-requisite for admission. Two buildings were completed, the military system gave way to a modern collegiate atmosphere, and the first women were admitted. Patterson resigned to return to the Agricultural Experiment Station.

Albert F. Woods (1866-1948), 1917-1926. A noted scholar, Woods served in the United States Department of Agriculture and advised international agricultural conferences. He was dean and acting president of the University of Minnesota when the trustees offered him the position as president of the Maryland State College of Agriculture. He came just as the United States entered World War I and, as a result, became the commandant of a military camp. The U. S. government established the Reserve Officer Training Corps and the Student Army Training Corps in the land grant colleges with the faculty and administration temporarily under Army command. Entrance requirements were raised, and both the liberal arts and engineering curricula were greatly improved. A new building, several temporary structures, and various improvements were also completed. Both enrollment and the budget increased following the war. Woods created seven schools, each with its own dean: agriculture, engineering and mechanic arts, liberal arts, chemistry, education, home economics, and the graduate school. The college merged with the University of Maryland professional schools in Baltimore in 1920. Woods oversaw the accreditation of the new university by the American Association of Universities in 1926. He resigned that same year, but remained with the school's agriculture department until 1948.

Raymond A. Pearson (1873-1939), 1926-1935. A native of Indiana, Pearson received the M.S. from Cornell and later became a professor of dairy science. He then served as New York Commissioner of Agriculture before going to Iowa State College as president. His main contribution to Maryland was a greatly expanded physical plant, both in Baltimore and College Park, with thirteen buildings constructed, as well as additional acreage. The Board of Regents (formerly the Board of Trustees) requested Pearson's resignation because of personality conflicts, his apparent over-emphasis on construction projects, accusations of neglect of the faculty, and two widely-publicized court cases.

Harry Clifton Byrd (1889-1970), 1935-1954. A 1908 graduate of Maryland Agricultural College, Byrd began his career as the university's football coach and later served as an assistant to Pearson. Under his leadership, the University of Maryland became one of the largest universities in the country as a result of New Deal construction projects, war-time training programs, and the post-war enrollment boom. Byrd's major accomplishments included the development of an educational extension program that became University College and included a full academic curriculum, partially funded by the Army and Air Force, for overseas military personnel. Byrd also took a personal interest in developing an American Studies program. In 1935, Maryland became the first southern state university in the twentieth century to accept African-Americans and, in 1951, the first to accept African-American undergraduates. Finally, the athletic program grew significantly under Byrd's guidance, and the physical plant was greatly expanded. Byrd retired to run, unsuccessfully, for governor.

Thomas B. Symons (1881-1970), Acting, 1954. Having retired as Dean of Agriculture and Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station in 1950, Symons agreed to serve as acting president in 1954. During his brief tenure, his major accomplishment was to remodel the Rossborough Inn into a faculty club.

Wilson Homer Elkins (1909-1994), 1954-1978. Elkins earned both an A.B. and an M.A. at the University of Texas in 1933. He was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, where he completed a doctorate. From 1938 to 1948, he served as president of San Angelo Junior College. He left San Angelo to become president of Texas Western College in El Paso, where he remained until 1954. At the University of Maryland, Elkins emphasized basic subjects and strict academic standards. He oversaw the establishment of a faculty government and administered a major expansion and improvement of the physical plant, including the construction of the McKeldin Library and the Computer Science Center. It was under Elkins's leadership that Phi Beta Kappa first established a chapter at the University in 1964.

Charles E. Bishop (b. 1921), 1970-1974. Bishop was chancellor of the university from July 1970 to July 1974. He received a B.S. in agricultural education at Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, in 1946; an M.S. in agricultural economics from the University of Kentucky in 1948; and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago in 1952. Regarded as one of the leading educational authorities in the field of agricultural economics, Bishop spent 20 years as a faculty member at North Carolina State University. Before coming to campus, he was the vice president of the University of North Carolina for four years. He also participated in numerous assignments for the federal government and nationally based agricultural and educational organizations. During his tenure on campus, he oversaw a major academic reorganization. He left in 1974 to become the president of the University of Arkansas.

John W. Dorsey (b. 1936), Acting, 1974-1975.Dorsey was acting chancellor of the university from August 1974 to June 1975. A native Marylander, he attended the University of Maryland, graduating with a B.S. in economics in 1958. He continued his graduate education at the London School of Economics and Harvard University, where he received a Ph.D. in economics in 1964. He began teaching at College Park in 1963 and in 1966 became the director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research. From 1970 to 1977, Dorsey was the vice chancellor for administrative affairs, after which he became the chancellor of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Robert L. Gluckstern (b. 1924), 1975-1982. Gluckstern was chancellor of the university from June 1975 to June 1982. He received a B.S. in electrical engineering at the City College of New York in 1944 and in 1948, he received a Ph.D. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to being named chancellor in 1975, Gluckstern was the vice chancellor for academic affairs and provost at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where he had been a professor since 1964. In his seven-year tenure as chancellor at the University of Maryland, Gluckstern worked to upgrade the academic quality of the campus by raising entrance standards. He also established scholarship programs that served as models elsewhere in the state, including the Banneker minority scholarship. He strong desire to return to full-time teaching and research as a physicist led to his resignation in 1982.

John B. Slaughter (b. 1934), 1982-1988. Slaughter was chancellor of the university from November 1982 to July 1988. He was also the first African-American chancellor. He received a B.S. in electrical engineering from Kansas State University in 1956, an M.S. in engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1961, and a Ph.D. in engineering sciences from the University of California, San Diego in 1971. Slaughter, a native of Kansas, was the director of the National Science Foundation prior to becoming chancellor. During his tenure on campus, Slaughter made major advances in recruitment and retention of African-American students and faculty. He also acted to stabilize the university during the upheaval generated by the sudden death of Terrapin basketball star Len Bias in 1986. Slaughter resigned in 1988 to become president of Occidental College in Los Angeles.

John S. Toll (b. 1924), 1978-1989 (President of USM only). Upon Elkins's retirement, the Board of Regents named Toll as president. Toll earned a B.A. at Yale in 1944 and had completed an M.A. and Ph.D. in physics at Princeton by 1952. During his graduate studies, he worked as a theoretical physicist at the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory in New Mexico. From 1953 to 1965, Toll headed the University of Maryland Physics Department. He then moved to the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where he served as president until returning to the University of Maryland in 1978. Toll resigned in 1989 and later served as president of Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, from 1995 to 2004.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Records of the President's Office include documents from the tenures of Samuel Regester, Samuel Jones, Henry E. Alvord, Richard W. Silvester, Harry J. Patterson, Albert F. Woods, Raymond A. Pearson, Harry C. Byrd, Thomas B. Symons, Wilson H. Elkins, and John S. Toll. Dating from 1869 to 1988, materials from the President's Office include correspondence, minutes, reports, publications, legal documents, maps, notes, clippings, drawings, class schedules, photographs, and a scrapbook. The subject matter is extensive and wide-ranging; however, each president consistently dealt with administrative matters such as finances, personnel, capital improvements, curricula, and the university's various missions of education, agricultural improvements, and military training. Student issues such as admissions, student life, academic and behavioral discipline, job placement, sports, and commencement are well-documented. Also covered is the university's role in the community, including participation in legislation, local and national organizations, and national issues of the day.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

This record group was established in 1975 when materials were transferred from the President's Office. Additional material was received from Leon Stout, archivist for Pennsylvania State University, in 1987 and the Chancellor's Office transferred additional files in 1994. Materials separated from various university archival record groups during processing were incorporated into the collection in January 2000.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed by: Lisa Pruitt, February 1988. Addendum incorporated and guide revised by: Anne L. Foster, August 1996; Timothy J. Mahoney, August 1997; Margaret Alessi, December 1997; Anne Turkos, August 1999; Jennifer Evans, January 2000; Anne Turkos and Jennifer Evans, August 2000; Elizabeth A. McAllister, May 2006.

Processing note:

Originally, the Records of the President's Office consisted of a single box, with folders arranged alphabetically by subject. When new material was acquired, the record group was restructured into eleven chronological series, one for each president represented in the records. A second accession of new material was incorporated into the existing series arrangement. Previous errors in dating and alphabetical order were corrected. Most folders contained distinct topics; loose materials and miscellaneous files were divided into existing files or given specific folder titles. Some folders containing like material were placed together by adding an additional heading.

Within the folders, materials were rearranged chronologically, acid-free photocopies replaced newsprint, and plastic clips were substituted for metal fasteners. Publications not related to the university or the files were discarded. University publications without accompanying material were transferred to the University Publications Collection. Photographs were separated and placed in the Photographic Collection and separation sheets placed in the files to note their removal. Oversize materials were flattened and placed in appropriate containers, with separation sheets inserted in their original place. The collection has been placed in acid-free folders and boxes.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Dan Schwartz and Elizabeth A. McAllister, May 2006.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Samuel Regester, 1869 (1 item)

Consists of a single letter to Robert Moore, Esq., concerning the lease of Regester's farm and house, dated August 20, 1869.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
[Correspondence] To Robert Moore, Esq., August 20, 1869, [1869] series 1box 1folder 1

Series 2: Samuel Jones, 1874 (1 item)

Consists of a single note from Francis A. Soper, Treasurer, to R. R. Moore, Esq., Secretary, requesting a receipt for an enclosed check, dated August 8, 1874.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
[Correspondence] From Francis A. Soper, Treasurer, August 8, 1874, [1874] series 2box 1folder 1

Series 3: Henry E. Alvord, June-August 1892 [1988] (3 items)

Facsimiles of correspondence dating from June and August 1892. Letters are to President George W. Atherton of Pennsylvania State College and William LeRoy Brown, president of the Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations. Arranged chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Correspondence, June-August 1892, [1988] series 3box 1folder 1

Series 4: Richard W. Silvester, 1901-1910 and undated (8 items)

Documents include a carbon copy of the agreement for affiliation of St. John's College with the University of Maryland, dated 1907; Silvester's calling card; correspondence from 1901, 1905, and 1906; and some clippings and statistics related to farm labor. Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Agreement for Affiliation of St. John's College with the University of Maryland, 1907 series 4box 1folder 1
Calling Card, undated series 4box 1folder 2
Correspondence, 1901-1906 series 4box 1folder 3
Farm Labor Material, 1910 series 4box 1folder 4

Series 5: Harry J. Patterson, 1910-1919 (4 linear feet)

Includes reports, correspondence, and publications from several university departments including plant industry, cooperative extension work, the agricultural extension service, and pomology and horticulture. College relations with other government agencies are documented in minutes from the State Board of Agriculture and correspondence and publications related to the Rural Credit Bill. Other materials include an invitation for the college to participate in the Second Pan-American Scientific Congress, correspondence and notes concerning college property in the Lakeland area, and correspondence concerning the Country Life Conference, a private religious activity in which Patterson was involved. Several folders include correspondence with Albert F. Woods, prior to his arrival as president of the college. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Annual Report of the Division of Plant Industry, [19]17, 1916-17, [1917] series 5box 1folder 1
Board Minutes, [1916] series 5box 1folder 2
Carbon Copies (Technical Matter), [1914 and undated] series 5box 1folder 3
[Correspondence] To C. H. Buchwald, August 21, 1914, [1914] series 5box 1folder 4
Cooperative Extension Work, 1916 series 5box 1folder 5
Country Life Conference--Correspondence, 1914-1919 series 5box 1folder 6
Extension Division, [1916] series 5box 1folder 7
Lakeland Property, [1910-1917] series 5box 1folder 8
Reports of Departments of Pomology and Horticulture, [1913-1914] series 5box 1folder 9
Rural Credit Bill--Correspondence [and Related Materials], 1914-1915, [1914-1916] series 5box 1folder 10
Second Pan-American Scientific Congress-Invitation to Participate from Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan, February 12, 1915, [1915] series 5box 1folder 11
Symons Reports, 1916 series 5box 1folder 12

Series 6: Albert F. Woods, 1899 and 1916-1926 and undated (4.5 linear feet)

This series contains correspondence, legislative bills, government guidelines, reports, publications, clippings, and legal records related to the growth of the Maryland Agricultural College and the formation and administration of the University of Maryland. In addition to material related to the university and departmental budgets, there are many reports and letters dealing with the administration of campus departments, in particular, the agricultural, architectural, and military components. Woods corresponded regularly with government officials, college deans, campus administrators, and his peers including Governors E. C. Harrington and Albert C. Ritchie, Dean Heatwole, members of the Board of Regents, Harry C. Byrd, Maude F. McKenney, and future Maryland president Raymond A. Pearson of Iowa State College. Also included in this series are descriptions of student activities, particularly disciplinary matters. A well-publicized controversy between President Woods and two coeds refused registration is detailed in folders entitled Chi Omega Lawsuit, Publicity, and Simpson, [Vivian and Virginia Flanagan]. Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Agricultural Conference Held in Washington, 1922, Called by President Harding, [1921-1922] series 6box 1folder 1
Annual Report of the Department of Agricultural Education, 1916-17, [1917] series 6box 1folder 2
Armstrong, Atty.-Gen'l Alex, [1920] series 6box 1folder 3
Attorney General, [Woods vs. Simpson], [1924] series 6box 1folder 4
Attorney General's Office, [1926] series 6box 1folder 5
[Besley, F. W., State Forester], [1921] series 6box 1folder 6
Biennial Report and Reports in 1923, [1923] series 6box 1folder 7
[Biennial Reports], [1919] series 6box 1folder 8
Biography, [c. 1925] series 6box 1folder 9
Board of Regents, [1916-1926] series 6box 1folder 10
Board of Regents, [1916-1926] series 6box 1folder 11
Board of Regents Meeting, [1924] series 6box 1folder 12
[Bonfire Incident], [1925-1926] series 6box 1folder 13
Boy's Clubs, etc., 1917-1918 series 6box 1folder 14
Budget, [1917]-1924 series 6box 2folder 1
Budget, [1917]-1924 series 6box 2folder 2
Budget, [1917]-1924 series 6box 2folder 3
Budget, [1917]-1924 series 6box 2folder 4
Budget and Biennial Report, [1920-1924] series 6box 2folder 5
[Budget Correspondence and Military Correspondence], [1919] series 6box 2folder 6
[Budget, Experiment Station and Extension Service], [1919-1920] series 6box 2folder 7
[Budget], Itemized Budget, Maryland State College, 1920-1921, [1919-1921] series 6box 2folder 8
Budget (Legislative), [1925] series 6box 2folder 9
Byrd, H. C., [1920] series 6box 3folder 1
Byrd, Mr. H. C., [1922 and undated] series 6box 3folder 2
Chi Omega Lawsuit, [1923-1924] series 6box 3folder 3
Circular Letters to Deans, [1918-1924] series 6box 3folder 4
[College Buildings], [1920] series 6box 3folder 5
[Commencement], [1918] series 6box 3folder 6
Commencement (Md. State 1920), [1920] series 6box 3folder 7
Commencement (Univ. of Maryland), [1924] series 6box 3folder 8
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, [1917-1918] series 6box 3folder 9
Commissioners of Agriculture, Assn., [1923-1924] series 6box 3folder 10
[Cooperative Agricultural Extension Funds], [1917] series 6box 3folder 11
Correspondence, 1915-1926 and undated series 6box 3folder 12
Correspondence, 1915-1926 and undated series 6box 3folder 13
Correspondence, 1915-1926 and undated series 6box 3folder 14
Correspondence, 1915-1926 and undated series 6box 3folder 15
Correspondence, 1915-1926 and undated series 6box 3folder 16
[Correspondence] -- A, [1916-1925] series 6box 4folder 1
[Correspondence] -- B, [1924] series 6box 4folder 2
[Correspondence] -- Bi-Bri, [1923] series 6box 4folder 3
[Correspondence] -- Bi-Brn, [1925] series 6box 4folder 4
[Correspondence] -- C, [1918-1926 and undated] series 6box 4folder 5
[Correspondence] -- Co-Cy, [1923-1924] series 6box 4folder 6
[Correspondence] -- F, [1922-1923] series 6box 4folder 7
[Correspondence] -- G, [1918] series 6box 4folder 8
[Correspondence] -- Ga-Gi, [1922] series 6box 4folder 9
[Correspondence] -- Go-Gy, [1923] series 6box 4folder 10
[Correspondence] -- H, [1923-1924] series 6box 4folder 11
[Correspondence] -- Ho-Hy, [1922] series 6box 4folder 12
[Correspondence] -- I, [1915-1926] series 6box 4folder 13
[Correspondence] -- J, [1923] series 6box 4folder 14
[Correspondence] -- K, [1923] series 6box 4folder 15
[Correspondence] -- La-Le, [1921-1923] series 6box 4folder 16
[Correspondence] -- M, [1918] series 6box 4folder 17
[Correspondence] -- Ma-Mc, [1920-1924] series 6box 4folder 18
[Correspondence] -- P, [1923]-1925 series 6box 4folder 19
[Correspondence] -- Pa-Pe, [1921-1923 and undated] series 6box 4folder 20
[Correspondence] -- R, [1923-1925] series 6box 4folder 21
[Correspondence] -- S, [1920-1925] series 6box 5folder 1
[Correspondence] -- Sa-Sc, [and Budget Materials], [1921] series 6box 5folder 2
[Correspondence] -- V, [1919-1923] series 6box 5folder 3
[Correspondence] -- W, [1923] series 6box 5folder 4
[Correspondence] -- Wh-Wy, [1922] series 6box 5folder 5
Council of Administration, [1923] series 6box 5folder 6
Council of Administration Meetings, [1921 and undated] series 6box 5folder 7
Daybook (Appointments), 1925 series 6box 5folder 8
Dennis, Hon. John M., [1920-1923] series 6box 5folder 9
[Dennis, James E.], [1924] series 6box 5folder 10
Director and Dean's Meetings, [1919] series 6box 5folder 11
Dr. J. O. Spencer, Morgan College, [1919] series 6box 5folder 12
[Emergency Appropriation Act], [1917] series 6box 5folder 13
Experiment Station Reports (Dr. Patterson), [1917] series 6box 5folder 14
Flournoy, Parke P., [1922-1924] series 6box 5folder 15
[Geist, G. H., President, General Student's Assembly], [1924] series 6box 5folder 16
Gov. E. C. Harrington, Annapolis, Md., [1918] series 6box 5folder 17
Heatwole, Dean T. O., [1921] series 6box 5folder 18
Hillegeist, W. M., [1920] series 6box 5folder 19
[Hospital Council], [1924] series 6box 5folder 20
Hospital Drive (University), [1920] series 6box 5folder 21
Immigration Commission, [1922] series 6box 5folder 22
Immigration Commission, Southern Maryland, [1924-1926] series 6box 5folder 23
Inventories, [1918-1924] series 6box 5folder 24
Lakeland Property, March 2, 1917-January 21, 1919, [1917-1919 and undated] series 6box 5folder 25
Liberty Bonds Subscriptions/Faculty, [1917] series 6box 5folder 26
Legislature (Maryland), [1922] series 6box 5folder 27
[Map: Maryland State College of Agriculture], [circa 1920] series 6box 5folder 28
Maryland Council of Defense, [1917-1918] series 6box 5folder 29
[Maryland Institute for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts], [1925] series 6box 5folder 30
McKenney, Maude F., [1920] series 6box 6folder 1
McKenney, Miss M. F., [1920-1924 and undated] series 6box 6folder 2
[Merger and other Legal Materials], [1920 and undated] series 6box 6folder 3
Merryman, [Louis McLane], [1924] series 6box 6folder 4
Milk Investigation, [1918] series 6box 6folder 5
[Minutes of the Meeting of the State Board of Agriculture], [1917] series 6box 6folder 6
Pearson, President R. A., [1923]-1925 series 6box 6folder 7
Pearson, President R. A., [1923]-1925 series 6box 6folder 8
Perlman, Philip B., [1920] series 6box 6folder 9
[Proposed Reorganization of the Agronomy Activities], [1918] series 6box 6folder 10
Publicity, 1923-1926 series 6box 6folder 11
Publicity, 1923-1926 series 6box 6folder 12
Publicity, 1923-1926 series 6box 6folder 13
Publicity Postcards, [1917-c. 1920] series 6box 6folder 14
[Report, Shamrock Farm Soil Character], [1917] series 6box 7folder 1
Reports, [1917-1924] series 6box 7folder 2
Reports, [1917-1924] series 6box 7folder 3
Reports, [1917-1924] series 6box 7folder 4
Reports, [1917-1924] series 6box 7folder 5
Reports, [1917-1924] series 6box 7folder 6
Reports, Circulars, and Miscellaneous Papers, 1925-[1926] series 6box 7folder 7
Reports, Circulars, and Miscellaneous Papers, 1925-[1926] series 6box 7folder 8
Reports (Dr. Woods), [1918-1920] series 6box 7folder 9
Ritchie -- Albert C., [1919] series 6box 8folder 1
Ritchie -- Gov. Albert C., [1920] series 6box 8folder 2
Ritchie -- Governor A. C., [1922-1923] series 6box 8folder 3
Ritchie -- Governor Albert C., [1921] series 6box 8folder 4
R.O.T.C, (War Department), [1914-1919] series 6box 8folder 5
Scrapbook, 1916-1921 series 6box 8folder 6
[Seed Fund Contributions], [1917] series 6box 8folder 7
Simpson, [Vivian and Virginia Flanagan], [1923-1924] series 6box 8folder 8
Speeches and Papers by President A. F. Woods [and Others], [1899 and 1920-1926] series 6box 8folder 9
[Suggestions for the Conduct of Educational Institutions During the Continuance of the War], [1917] series 6box 9folder 1
[Student Organizations, Audits], [1924] series 6box 9folder 2
Trustees, [1918-1919] series 6box 9folder 3
[Tuberculin Test], [1917] series 6box 9folder 4
Tydings, Honorable Millard E., [1923] series 6box 9folder 5
[University Press Establishment], [1920] series 6box 9folder 6
University Senate-Proceedings, [1922-1925] series 6box 9folder 7
[Use of State Appropriations], 1917 and undated series 6box 9folder 8
War Department, [1921-1922] series 6box 9folder 9
War Department -- Miscellaneous, [1925] series 6box 9folder 10
War Material, [1917-1919] series 6box 9folder 11
War Material, [1917-1919] series 6box 9folder 12
Wehr, A. H. (Central Purchasing Agent), [1921] series 6box 9folder 13
Yellott, Osborne I., [1921] series 6box 9folder 14
[Y.M.C.A.], [1918] series 6box 9folder 15

Series 7: Raymond A. Pearson, 1890-1935 and undated (19 linear feet)

This series includes correspondence, financial and budgetary records, meeting minutes, organizational charts, legal pleadings, newspaper clippings, class schedules, photographs, and other materials documenting Raymond A. Pearson's tenure as president of the University of Maryland from 1926 to 1935. The records cover campus life, especially at College Park; construction and expansion at the Baltimore and College Park campuses; and the wide-ranging financial, social, and academic impact of the Great Depression of the 1930s on the welfare of the university.

These records document several significant issues and events of Raymond Pearson's administration. A lengthy debate regarding military training occurred when two students, Ennis H. Coale and Wayne Lees, were expelled for refusing to enroll in a mandatory course. The ensuing lawsuit received nationwide publicity and was ultimately decided by the Supreme Court of the United States; the controversy is recorded in files on anti-war and anti-communism, Ennis H. Coale, the Military Department, and Military Training. Race relations and segregation are well documented in the records of Pearson's oversight of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, known then as the Princess Anne Academy for Negroes. Lawsuits by African-Americans Donald Murray and Clarence Mitchell, who fought to end the university's restrictive admissions practices, are recorded in correspondence with the Attorney General and in the files of the Graduate School and Law School. Finally, several files chronicle faculty and student dissatisfaction with President Pearson, whose tenure was fraught with high faculty turnover, resentment of low salaries, and a perceived decline in the university's academic standards. These difficulties, which ultimately led to his forced resignation in 1935, are documented in folders concerning the Board [of Regents] Investigation, the Diamondback, and Pearson himself.

Pearson's more notable correspondents included Governor Albert C. Ritchie; U. S. Senators William Cabell Bruce and Phillips Lee Goldsborough; University of Maryland Regent and U. S. Representative William P. Cole, Jr.; landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr.; Secretary of the Interior and Public Works Administration head Harold L. Ickes; and General Douglas MacArthur. Among the many university officials with whom Pearson corresponded were Harry C. Byrd; Adele Stamp; C. O. Appleman; H. J. Patterson; Thomas B. Symons; and Maude F. McKenney. Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject. Some files are restricted, due to privacy issues related to student or personnel records.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Accounting System, [1930, 1934] series 7box 1folder 1
Adult Education, [1934] series 7box 1folder 2
Ady, [A. A.], [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 1folder 3
Agriculture #2, [1927-1935] series 7box 1folder 4
Agriculture Building, [1932] series 7box 1folder 5
Agriculture, College of, [1926-1931] series 7box 1folder 6
Alpha Chi Alpha, [1931] series 7box 1folder 7
Alpha Chi Sigma, [1927] series 7box 1folder 8
Alpha Delta Phi, [1930] series 7box 1folder 9
Alpha Gamma Rho, [1927] series 7box 1folder 10
Alpha Lambda Tau, [1934] series 7box 1folder 11
Alpha Nu Gamma, [1929] series 7box 1folder 12
Alpha Omicron Pi, [1928] series 7box 1folder 13
Alpha Tau Omega, [1930] series 7box 1folder 14
Alpha Upsilon Chi, [1932] series 7box 1folder 15
Alumni #1, [1927-1931] series 7box 1folder 16
Alumni #2, [1924-1936] series 7box 1folder 17
Amer[ican] Ass[ociatio]n of University Professors, [1927-1933] series 7box 1folder 18
Amer[ican] Ass[ociatio]n of University Women, [1930-1935] series 7box 1folder 19
American Economic Association, [1930] series 7box 1folder 20
American Institute of Chemists, [1935] series 7box 1folder 21
American Legion, [1927-1935] series 7box 1folder 22
American University, [1929-1935] series 7box 1folder 23
Andrews, [1927] series 7box 1folder 24
[Anti-war and anti-communism] -- [Anti-war, anti-militarism, and anti-communist broadsides and pamphlets, including material regarding Ennis Coale vs. Raymond A. Pearson court case], [1932-1935] series 7box 1folder 25
[Anti-war and anti-communism] -- [Correspondence, pamphlets, speeches re: anti-war and pacifist movement, University of Maryland R.O.T.C.], [1932-1935] series 7box 1folder 26
[Anti-war and anti-communism] -- [Miscellaneous correspondence: anti-war, communism, Lees and Coale vs. Pearson, 1932-1934], [1932-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 1folder 27
[Anti-war and anti-communism] -- [Newspaper clippings on college life, communism, and pacifist movement], [1926-1932] series 7box 2folder 1
Appleman, Dr. C. O., [1926-1935] series 7box 2folder 2
Appleman, Dr. C. O., [1926-1935] series 7box 2folder 3
Appleman, Dr. C. O., [1926-1935] series 7box 2folder 4
Appleman, Dr. C. O., [1926-1935] series 7box 2folder 5
Aquiculture [sic], [1933-1934] series 7box 2folder 6
Armistice Day, [1927-1934] series 7box 2folder 7
Arts and Sciences Building, [1933-1935] series 7box 2folder 8
Arts and Sciences, College of, [1929-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 2folder 9
Assemblies, [1928-1935] series 7box 2folder 10
Ass[ociatio]n of Amer[ican] Colleges, [1926-1935] series 7box 2folder 11
Association of American Universities, [1931-1935] series 7box 2folder 12
Ass[ociatio]n of Colleges and Secondary Schools, [1927-1931] series 7box 2folder 13
Ass[ociatio]n of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, [1933-1935] series 7box 2folder 14
Atherton, Dr. Ira K., [1927-1931] series 7box 3folder 1
Athletic Department, [1935] series 7box 3folder 2
Attorney General #1, [1922-1930] series 7box 3folder 3
Attorney General #1, [1922-1930] series 7box 3folder 4
Attorney General #2, [1931-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 3folder 5
Attorney General #2, [1931-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 3folder 6
Attorney General #3, [1934-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 3folder 7
Auchter, Dr. E. C., [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 3folder 8
Auchter, Dr. E. C., [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 3folder 9
Auto Mileage, [1933-1934] series 7box 3folder 10
Ayres, [Harvey L.], [1926-1934] series 7box 3folder 11
Ayres, [Robert R.], [1928-1930] [Restricted] series 7box 3folder 12
Bacteriology Dep[artmen]t, [1930-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 4folder 1
Bacteriological Society, [1933] series 7box 4folder 2
Ball, [Dr. Carlton R.], [1930-1931] [Restricted] series 7box 4folder 3
Ballard, [Dr. Walter R.], [1932-1933] series 7box 4folder 4
Baltimore Association of Commerce, [1927-1933] series 7box 4folder 5
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co., [1927-1934] series 7box 4folder 6
Baltimore Property, [1929] series 7box 4folder 7
Baltimore Sun, [1922-1935] series 7box 4folder 8
Bang's Disease #1 Through October 1934, [1934] series 7box 4folder 9
Bang's Disease #1 Through October 1934, [1934] series 7box 4folder 10
Bang's Disease #2, November-December 1934, [1934-1935] series 7box 4folder 10
Bang's Disease #2, November-December 1934, [1934-1935] series 7box 4folder 11
Bang's Disease #2, November-December 1934, [1934-1935] series 7box 4folder 12
Bang's Disease, Maryland Plan, [1930-1935] series 7box 4folder 13
Barker, [Howard C.], [1927-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 4folder 14
Barnes, Grace, [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 4folder 15
Beach, Charles Clarke, [1927] series 7box 4folder 16
Beauchamp, [Samuel T.], [1930-1931] [Restricted] series 7box 4folder 17
Beaumont, [Dr. J. H.], [1933-1935] series 7box 4folder 18
Bellman, Earl, [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 5folder 1
Belt, Donald K., [1930-1934] series 7box 5folder 2
Benedict, Miss Cora V., [1930] series 7box 5folder 3
Benner, [Rev. Joseph H.], [1933] series 7box 5folder 4
Besley, F. W., [1928-1935] series 7box 5folder 5
Black, [Dr. Luther A.], [1927-1934] series 7box 5folder 6
Blackwell, J. D., [1931-1935] series 7box 5folder 7
Blakeman, W. H., [1935] series 7box 5folder 8
Blandford, Mrs. Joseph H., [1928] series 7box 5folder 9
Blauch, L. E., [1933] series 7box 5folder 10
Blue Ridge College, [1926-1935] series 7box 5folder 11
Board Investigation [re: charges leading to Pearsons resignation], [1935] series 7box 5folder 12
Bolton, [Dorothy], [1934] series 7box 5folder 13
Bomberger, F. B., [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 5folder 14
Bonnett, R. D., [1931] [Restricted] series 7box 5folder 15
Bonthron, [Elizabeth], [1933] series 7box 5folder 16
Bopst, L. E., [1926-1935] series 7box 5folder 17
Boughton, L. B., [1933] series 7box 5folder 18
Bounds, Bertha J., [1935] [Restricted] series 7box 5folder 19
[Boys and Girls 4-H Clubs], [1930] series 7box 5folder 20
Bradford, [Joseph N.], [1928-1930] series 7box 5folder 21
Bradley, [Helen], [1935] [Restricted] series 7box 5folder 22
Bradley, [Howard L.], [1931] [Restricted] series 7box 5folder 23
Brechbill, [Henry E.], [1933-1935] series 7box 5folder 24
Bressler, [R. G.], [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 5folder 25
Briscoe, [Ruth Lee], [1927-1935] series 7box 5folder 26
Broening, Hon. Henry J., [1927, 1935] series 7box 5folder 27
Brooke, [Frederick H.], [1933-1934] series 7box 5folder 28
Brooke, Mary Briggs, [1934] series 7box 5folder 29
Brookhart, S. W., [1933-1934] series 7box 5folder 30
Brookings, Rob[er]t S., [1930] series 7box 5folder 31
Brookings Institution, [1931-1934] series 7box 5folder 32
Broome, [Edwin W.], [1932-1933] series 7box 5folder 33
Broughton, Dr. L[evin] B., [1927-1934] series 7box 5folder 34
Brown, [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 5folder 35
[Brown, Charles H.], [1928-1935] series 7box 5folder 36
Browning, Prof. R[obert] M., [1927-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 6folder 1
Bruce, [Prof. O. C.], [1935] series 7box 6folder 2
Bruce, [William Cabell], [1927-1928] series 7box 6folder 3
Brueckner, [A. L.], [1930-1935] series 7box 6folder 4
Brumbaugh, [Evelyn], [1933-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 6folder 5
Buckley, [1930-1933] series 7box 6folder 6
Budget Savings #1, [1931-1935] series 7box 6folder 7
Budget Savings #1, [1931-1935] series 7box 6folder 8
Buildings, Baltimore, [1923-1929] series 7box 6folder 9
Burdette, [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 6folder 10
Burhoe, [Sumner O.], [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 6folder 11
Burnett, [Douglass], [1931-1934] series 7box 6folder 12
Burnett, J. P., [1927-1934] series 7box 6folder 13
Byrd, H. C. #2, [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 6folder 14
Byrd, H. C. #2, [1926-1935] series 7box 6folder 15
Cadisch, [Gordon F.], [1927-1929] series 7box 6folder 16
Caldara, J[oseph] D., [1931-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 6folder 17
Calvert Debating Club, [1934] series 7box 6folder 18
Campus [Landscape Architecture], [1927-1939] series 7box 6folder 19
Campus #3 [Landscape Architecture], [1929-1934] series 7box 6folder 20
Campus #3 [Landscape Architecture], [1929-1934] series 7box 6folder 21
Campus #3 [Landscape Architecture], [1929-1934] series 7box 6folder 22
Cantaloupe Law, [1930-1935] series 7box 6folder 23
Capital Improvements, [1930-1935] series 7box 6folder 24
Carnegie Corporation, [1929-1934] series 7box 6folder 25
Casbarian, [Harvey T.], [1928-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 6folder 26
Chaimson, [Robert K.], [1933-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 6folder 27
Chaney Garage, [1931] series 7box 6folder 28
Chase, [H. W.], [1930] series 7box 6folder 29
Chemistry Building, [1926-1933] series 7box 7folder 1
Chemistry Department, [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 7folder 2
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, [1931-1935] series 7box 7folder 3
Chesser, [Carolyn], [undated] [Restricted] series 7box 7folder 4
Chi Alpha, [1930] series 7box 7folder 5
Chi Omega, [1926-1929] series 7box 7folder 6
Chrisman, [William G.], [1928-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 7folder 7
Chrisof, [Cleo], [1934-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 7folder 8
Circulars-Presidential, [1925-1935] series 7box 7folder 9
Civil Works Administration, [1934] series 7box 7folder 10
Civilian Conservation Corps, [1935] series 7box 7folder 11
Clark, [1934-1935] series 7box 7folder 12
Clark, [Kenneth A.], [1928-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 7folder 13
Class Schedules -- Second Semester, 1927-1928 series 7box 7folder 14
Class Schedules -- First Semester, 1928-1929 series 7box 7folder 15
Class Schedules -- Second Semester, 1929-1930 series 7box 8folder 1
Class Schedules -- First Semester, 1930-1931 series 7box 8folder 2
Class Schedules -- Second Semester, 1930-1931 series 7box 8folder 3
Class Schedules -- First Semester, 1931-1932 series 7box 9folder 1
Class Schedules -- Second Semester, 1931-1932 series 7box 9folder 2
Class Schedules -- First Semester, 1932-1933 series 7box 9folder 3
Class Schedules -- Second Semester, 1932-1933 series 7box 10folder 1
Clendaniel,[George W.], [1931] [Restricted] series 7box 10folder 2
Coale, [Ennis H.], [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 10folder 3
Cobey, [W. W.], [1932] series 7box 10folder 4
Cole, Hon. W[illia]m P., Jr., [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 10folder 5
Cole, Hon. W[illia]m P., Jr., [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 10folder 6
Collector of Internal Revenue, [1920, 1930] series 7box 10folder 7
College Commission, Report of, 1924, [1922-1929] series 7box 10folder 8
Commencement #1, 1927-1928 series 7box 10folder 9
Commencement #2, May-June 1928 series 7box 10folder 10
Commencement #3, 1929-1931 [Restricted] series 7box 10folder 11
Commencement #4, 1931, [1930-1931] series 7box 10folder 12
Commencement #5, 1932 [Restricted] series 7box 10folder 13
Commencement #6, 1933, [1927, 1933] [Restricted] series 7box 10folder 14
Commencement #7, 1934 [Restricted] series 7box 11folder 1
Commencement #8, 1934 series 7box 11folder 2
Commencement #9, 1935 [Restricted] series 7box 11folder 3
Commencement #9, 1935 [Restricted] series 7box 11folder 4
Commission of Inquiry on National Policy, [1934] series 7box 11folder 5
Commission of Labor and Statistics, [1930] series 7box 11folder 6
Committee of Motor Vehicles, [1930-1933] series 7box 11folder 7
Commission on Higher Education, [1929-1931] series 7box 11folder 8
Commission on Higher Education for Negroes, [1935] series 7box 11folder 9
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, [1932, 1934] series 7box 11folder 10
Committee for America Self-Contained, [1933] series 7box 11folder 11
Committee on Arboretum, [1933-1934] series 7box 11folder 12
Committee on Campus Development, [1930] series 7box 11folder 13
Committee on Catalogue, Registration, and Entrance, [1930, 1935] series 7box 11folder 14
Committee on C. W. A. [Civil Works Administration] Projects, [1933-1934] series 7box 11folder 15
Committee on Dining Hall and Room Changes, [1933] series 7box 11folder 16
Committee on Educational Publicity, [1932] series 7box 11folder 17
Committee on Educational Standards, [1931-1933] series 7box 11folder 18
Committee on Examination Procedures, [1932-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 11folder 19
Committee on Faculty/Student Relationships, [1934-1935] series 7box 11folder 20
Committee on F. E. R. A. [Federal Emergency Relief Administration], June-October [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 11folder 21
Committee on F. E. R. A. [Federal Emergency Relief Administration], June-October [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 11folder 22
Committee on F. E. R. A. [Federal Emergency Relief Administration], November [1934-1935] series 7box 11folder 23
Committee on Federal Reductions, [1934] series 7box 12folder 1
Committee on Freshman Week, [1935] series 7box 12folder 2
Committee on Graduation Requirements, [1934-1935] series 7box 12folder 3
Committee on Honorary Certificates, [1933-1935] series 7box 12folder 4
Committee on Honorary Degrees, [1933-1935] series 7box 12folder 5
Committee on Laboratory Work, [1932] series 7box 12folder 6
Committee on Non-Resident Lecturers, [1932-1934] series 7box 12folder 7
Committee on Paintings, [1934] series 7box 12folder 8
Committee on Salary Adjustments, [1933] series 7box 12folder 9
Committee on Scholarships, [1934-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 12folder 10
Committee on Scholastic Honors, [1932-1933] series 7box 12folder 11
Committee on Student Affairs, [1925-1934] series 7box 12folder 12
Committee on Student Employment through May 1934, [1934] series 7box 12folder 13
Committee on Student Life, [1928-1935] series 7box 12folder 14
Committee on Student Publications, [1930-1935] series 7box 12folder 15
Committee on Summer School Salaries, [1933] series 7box 12folder 16
Committee on Vesper Services, [1933-1935] series 7box 12folder 17
Committees, [1928-1933] series 7box 12folder 18
Conley, [E. T.], [1933] series 7box 12folder 19
Connecticut, [1935] series 7box 12folder 20
Connecticut Agricultural College, [1931-1932] series 7box 12folder 21
Connecticut College for Women, [1930] series 7box 12folder 22
Consumers Council, [1934] series 7box 12folder 23
Cook, [Albert S.], [1927-1935] series 7box 12folder 24
Cornell University, [1930-1932] series 7box 12folder 25
Cory, [Ernest N.], [1927-1935] series 7box 12folder 26
Cost Per Student, [1927-1932] series 7box 12folder 27
Cotterman, Harold F., [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 12folder 28
Council of Deans, [1928-1935] series 7box 13folder 1
Council of Deans, [1928-1935] series 7box 13folder 2
Crain, [Robert], [1927-1928] series 7box 13folder 3
Crighton, [Annie], [1926-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 4
Crisp, [H. L.], [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 5
Crisp, [H. L.], [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 6
Crisp, [H. L.], [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 7
Crothers, [Dr. Hayes Baker], [1927-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 8
Curtis, [Dr. Ralph W.], [1934] series 7box 13folder 9
Cutler, [Dorothy M.], [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 10
Cutler, [Howard W.], [1931-1934] series 7box 13folder 11
Dairy Building, [1934-1945] series 7box 13folder 12
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 13
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 14
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 15
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 13folder 16
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 1
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 2
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 3
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 4
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 5
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 6
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 7
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 8
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 9
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 10
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 11
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 14folder 12
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 15folder 1
Dairy Dep[artmen]t, [1923-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 15folder 2
Dairy Judging Team, [1933-1934] series 7box 15folder 3
Dairying, [1930-1931] series 7box 15folder 4
Dantzig, [Dr. Tobias], [1928-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 15folder 5
Delta Sigma Phi, [1931-1935] series 7box 15folder 6
Dennis, [Mrs. Ferdinand], [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 15folder 7
Dennis, [John M.] #1, [1928-1935] series 7box 15folder 8
DeVault, S. H., [1928-1933] series 7box 15folder 9
Diamondback #4, [Pearson resignation], 1934-1935 series 7box 15folder 10
Dining Hall, [1927-1935] series 7box 15folder 11
Dormitory for Women, [1930-1933] series 7box 15folder 12
[Dorsey, Brice M.], [1934] series 7box 15folder 13
Egli, [Huldreich], [1926-1933] series 7box 15folder 14
Electricity in Agriculture, [1928-1934] series 7box 15folder 15
Eliot, [Charles W.], [1930-1934] series 7box 15folder 16
[Endowment Funds] -- F[rederick] F. Durand Fund, [1935] series 7box 15folder 17
[Endowment Funds] -- Funds Pending, [1930-1933] series 7box 15folder 18
[Endowment Funds] -- Isaac Emerson Fund, [1927-1935] series 7box 15folder 19
[Endowment Funds] -- Gaylord Fund, [1931] series 7box 15folder 20
[Endowment Funds] -- Charles M. Hitchcock Fund, [1932-1935] series 7box 15folder 21
[Endowment Funds] -- McPherson Gift, [1930-1931] series 7box 15folder 22
[Endowment Funds] -- J. M. H. Rowland Fund, [1930] series 7box 15folder 23
[Endowment Funds] -- John F. B. Weaver Fund, [1929-1932] series 7box 15folder 24
[Endowment Funds] -- L[aurence] S. Williams Fund, [1935] series 7box 15folder 25
Engagements, [1935] series 7box 16folder 1
Eppley, [Geary], [1928-1932] series 7box 16folder 2
Everson, [Dr. Clyde], [1930-1931] series 7box 16folder 3
Experiment Station, [1928-1933] series 7box 16folder 4
Extension Service, [1927-1935] series 7box 16folder 5
Fairchild, [Milton], [1935] series 7box 16folder 6
Falls, [Dr. William F.], [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 16folder 7
Farrell, [Albert B.], [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 16folder 8
Feed and Fertilizer, [1933] series 7box 16folder 9
Fees, [1927-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 16folder 10
Fees, [1927-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 16folder 11
Financial Records-Baltimore, [1926-1935] series 7box 16folder 12
Financial Records-Baltimore, [1926-1935] series 7box 16folder 13
Financial Statements-College Park, [1933-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 16folder 14
Fire Protection, [1935] series 7box 16folder 15
Firemen's Short Course, [1930-1934] series 7box 16folder 16
[Flack, Horace], [1932-1934] series 7box 16folder 17
Footlight Club, [1927, 1931] [Restricted] series 7box 16folder 18
Forbes, George, [1931] series 7box 16folder 19
Forestry Department, [1927-1935] series 7box 17folder 1
Forestry Department, [1927-1935] series 7box 17folder 2
Forestry-Lands, [1929-1935] series 7box 17folder 3
Forestry-Lands, [1929-1935] series 7box 17folder 4
Fowble, [Mrs. Joshua A.], [1934-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 17folder 5
Frasch Fund, [1928-1929] series 7box 17folder 6
Fraternities-General, [1931-1934] series 7box 17folder 7
French Embassy, [1934-1935] series 7box 17folder 8
Frostburg State Normal School, [1935] series 7box 17folder 9
Fuller, [Josephine], [1930] series 7box 17folder 10
Gannon, [Mrs. Virginia], [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 17folder 11
Gas Plant, [1927] series 7box 17folder 12
Gelder, [Charles Cyrus], [1926-1932] series 7box 17folder 13
George, James B., [1928-1935] series 7box 17folder 14
Gibson, [Marston], [1934] series 7box 17folder 15
Girard College, [1924-1934] series 7box 17folder 16
Goddard Property, [1918-1934] series 7box 17folder 17
Going, [Richard F.], [1928-1929] series 7box 17folder 18
Goldsborough, [Phillips Lee], [1930-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 17folder 19
Goodyear, Prof. [B. Louis], [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 17folder 20
Gordy, [William S.], [1928-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 17folder 21
Graduate School, [1928-1935] series 7box 17folder 22
Grapp, [Mrs. G. H.], [1928] series 7box 17folder 23
Greene Street Property, [1926-1935] series 7box 17folder 24
Greenstein, [Harry], [1934-1935] series 7box 17folder 25
Gymnasium, [Ritchie Coliseum], [1925-1927] series 7box 17folder 26
Hale, [Charles B.], [1933] series 7box 18folder 1
Haller, F. M., [1930] series 7box 18folder 2
Harding, [H. A.], [1933-1934] series 7box 18folder 3
Harmon Foundation, [1927-1930] series 7box 18folder 4
Hartogensis, [B. H.], [1928] series 7box 18folder 5
Harvey Property, [1935] series 7box 18folder 6
Harvey, [S. H.], [1927-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 18folder 7
Hays, [Dr. Leonard], [1932] series 7box 18folder 8
Heating Plant, [1926-1933] series 7box 18folder 9
Heating System-Baltimore, [1935] series 7box 18folder 10
Heatwole, [Dr. Timothy O.], [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 18folder 11
Heatwole, [Dr. Timothy O.], [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 18folder 12
Heatwole, [Dr. Timothy O.], [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 18folder 13
Henry Strong Educational Foundation, [1931] [Restricted] series 7box 18folder 14
Hill, [David Spence], [1934] series 7box 18folder 15
Hill, [John Philip], [1932] series 7box 18folder 16
Hillegeist, [W. M.], [1927-1935] series 7box 18folder 17
Historical Records, [1920] series 7box 18folder 18
Hoffman, [Dr. D. R.], [1935] series 7box 18folder 19
Hog Cholera, [1926-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 18folder 20
Holmes, [Forest S.], [1927] series 7box 18folder 21
Holstein-Friesian Association, [1926-1930] series 7box 18folder 22
Holzapfel, [Henry], [1929-1935] series 7box 18folder 23
Home Economics, [1927-1929] series 7box 18folder 24
Honorary Degrees, [1927-1932] series 7box 18folder 25
Horine, [Dr. Cyrus F.], [1931] [Restricted] series 7box 18folder 26
Horse Parasites, [1933-1935] series 7box 19folder 1
Horsey, [Thomas C.], [1933-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 19folder 2
Horticultural Building, [1926-1931] series 7box 19folder 3
Horticulture Department, [1929-1936] series 7box 19folder 4
Horticulture Farm, [1930-1934] series 7box 19folder 5
Hospital Council, [1931-1935] series 7box 19folder 6
House of Correction, [1928-1930] series 7box 19folder 7
Hoyt, [Kepler], [1932] series 7box 19folder 8
H. R. 12140-[U. S. House of Representatives] Bill to Aid the U[niversity] of M[arylan]d in the Instruction of Students of the D[istrict of] C[olumbia], [1928] series 7box 19folder 9
Hundley, [Dr. J. Mason], [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 19folder 10
Hurd, [Jesse], [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 19folder 11
Hutton, [T. A.], [1929-1934] series 7box 19folder 12
Income Tax, [1919-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 19folder 13
Infirmary, [1932-1934] series 7box 19folder 14
Insurance, [1926-1935] series 7box 19folder 15
Insurance, [1926-1935] series 7box 19folder 16
Intelligence Tests, [1928-1929] series 7box 19folder 17
Inter-Fraternity Council, [1930-1934] series 7box 19folder 18
Inventory, [1931-1934] series 7box 19folder 19
Israel, Rabbi Edward L., [1932-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 19folder 20
Italy, [1933] series 7box 19folder 21
Jaeger, [Dr. Walter H. E.], [1930-1934] series 7box 19folder 22
Jaeger, [Dr. Walter H. E.], [1930-1934] series 7box 19folder 23
Japanese Beetle, [1927-1935] series 7box 19folder 24
Japanese Beetle, [1927-1935] series 7box 19folder 25
Jewish Students, [1931] series 7box 19folder 26
Johnson, [Dr. A. N.], [1926-1934] series 7box 19folder 27
Jones, [E. P.], [1934] series 7box 19folder 28
Joslin, Dr. C. Loring, [1927] series 7box 19folder 29
Junior Prom, [1932-1934] series 7box 19folder 30
Kable, [George W.], [1934] series 7box 19folder 31
Karpeles, Kate, [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 19folder 32
Keiley Property, [1928-1934] series 7box 19folder 33
Kellar, [Venia M.], [1934] series 7box 19folder 34
Kelly, [Dr. E. Frank], [1926-1935] series 7box 20folder 1
Kemp, [Dr. W. A.], [1927-1931] series 7box 20folder 2
Kirkman, Walter N., [1926-1935] series 7box 20folder 3
Laboratory Building, [1927-1928] series 7box 20folder 4
Land, [1929-1935] series 7box 20folder 5
Land Utilization, [1934-1935] series 7box 20folder 6
Laundry, [1931-1933] series 7box 20folder 7
Law School, [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 20folder 8
Lee, [Alfred McClung], [1934] series 7box 20folder 9
Lee, [E. Brooke], [1928-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 20folder 10
Lee, Frederick E., [1933-1935] series 7box 20folder 11
Legislative Investigation, [1932-1933] series 7box 20folder 12
Leland, [Benjamin T.], [1930-1931] series 7box 20folder 13
Library #1, [1927-1928] series 7box 20folder 14
Library #1, [1927-1928] series 7box 20folder 15
Library #1, [1927-1928] series 7box 20folder 16
Library #2, [1929] series 7box 21folder 1
Library #2, [1929] series 7box 21folder 2
Library #2, [1929] series 7box 21folder 3
Library #3 January-June 1930, [1930] series 7box 21folder 4
Library #3 January-June 1930, [1930] series 7box 21folder 5
Library #3 January-June 1930, [1930] series 7box 21folder 6
Library #4, [1930] series 7box 21folder 7
Library #4, [1930] series 7box 21folder 8
Library #4, [1930] series 7box 21folder 9
Library #5, [1931-1932] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 1
Library #5, [1931-1932] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 2
Library #5, [1931-1932] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 3
Library #6, [1932-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 4
Library #6, [1932-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 5
Library of Congress, [1927-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 6
Life Extension Institute, [1930] series 7box 22folder 7
Lighting System, [1929] series 7box 22folder 8
Lillie, [R. D.], [1929] series 7box 22folder 9
Lilly, J. K., [1927] series 7box 22folder 10
Lincoln, [Francis B.], [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 11
Lincoln, [Leonard B.], [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 12
Lincoln Memorial University, [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 13
Lincoln Motor Co., [1932-1933] series 7box 22folder 14
Lincoln, [Rush B.], [1931-1932] [Restricted] series 7box 22folder 15
Lindsley, [Mary], [1928] series 7box 22folder 16
Linhardt, [Charles], [1928-1935] series 7box 22folder 17
Linkous, [Mr. and Mrs. Charles], [1930] series 7box 22folder 18
Linthicum, [1929-1935] series 7box 22folder 19
Linton, Fred B., [1928] series 7box 22folder 20
Lipman, Dr. J. G., [1927-1934] series 7box 22folder 21
Literary Digest, [1927-1934] series 7box 22folder 22
Lithuania, [1934] series 7box 22folder 23
Litman, [Louis], [1928] series 7box 22folder 24
Littig, [C. Bosley], [1928] series 7box 22folder 25
Little, [Clarence C.], [1929] series 7box 22folder 26
Live Stock, [1930-1935] series 7box 22folder 27
Live Stock Club, [1926-1933] series 7box 22folder 28
Live Stock Regulation, [1934] series 7box 22folder 29
Live Stock Sanitary Laboratory, [1934-1935] series 7box 22folder 30
Live Stock Sanitary Service, [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 1
Live Stock Sanitary Service, [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 2
Live Stock Sanitary Service, [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 3
Live Stock Show, [1927-1932] series 7box 23folder 4
Livingston, Mrs. Mary, [1927] series 7box 23folder 5
Lloyd, [G. Wildon], [1932-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 6
Loan Funds, [1931] series 7box 23folder 7
Lockard, [Dr. Carroll], [1932] series 7box 23folder 8
Lockhart, [Henry], [1932] series 7box 23folder 9
Loden, [Joseph C.], [1931] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 10
Logsdon, [R. E.], [1926] series 7box 23folder 11
Loizeaux, [Milton], [1932] series 7box 23folder 12
Lomas, [Dr. A. J.], [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 13
Long, [1928-1932] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 14
Looper, [Dr. Edward A.], [1933] series 7box 23folder 15
Lord Baltimore Hotel, [1929-1934] series 7box 23folder 16
Lord's Day Alliance of Maryland, [1931-1934] series 7box 23folder 17
Louisiana, [1930-1935] series 7box 23folder 18
Louisiana State University, [1926-1935] series 7box 23folder 19
Lowder, [Virgil], [1930-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 20
Lowe, [W. O.], [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 21
Lowe, [William H.], [1933-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 22
Lowndes, [Tasker G.], [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 23
Loyola University, [1930] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 24
Lucas, [John P.], [1934] series 7box 23folder 25
Lundquist, [H. B.], [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 26
Lung, [Clarence W.], [1931] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 27
Lung, [Paul H.], [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 23folder 28
Lupton, [Charles H.], [1926] series 7box 23folder 29
Lynn, [Thomas S.], [1934] series 7box 23folder 30
Lyons, [1928] series 7box 23folder 31
Lytle, Major Robert S., [1926-1930] series 7box 23folder 32
Mackall, [John], [1924-1935] series 7box 24folder 1
Mackert, C. L., [1933-1934] series 7box 24folder 2
Maps, [1911-1932 and undated] series 7box 24folder 3
Margaret Brent Hall, Address by Dr. [James Brown] Scott, [1934] series 7box 24folder 4
Marketing, [1890-1934] series 7box 24folder 5
Married Women Students, [1927-1934] series 7box 24folder 6
Maryland Day, [1927-1934] series 7box 24folder 7
M[arylan]d Geological Survey, [1932] series 7box 24folder 8
Maryland Song, [1930 and undated] series 7box 24folder 9
Maryland State Board of Agriculture, [1934-1935] series 7box 24folder 10
Maryland State Dairy Mens Ass[ociatio]n, [1930-1933] series 7box 24folder 11
Maryland State Planning Commission, [1934-1935] series 7box 24folder 12
Mathews, [Edward B.], [1933] series 7box 24folder 13
McCusker, J. O., [1930-1934] series 7box 24folder 14
McKenney, [Maude F.] #1, [1923-1926] series 7box 24folder 15
McKenney, [Maude F.] #2, [January-August 1927 series 7box 24folder 16
McKenney, [Maude F.] #2, [January-August 1927 series 7box 24folder 17
McKenney, [Maude F.] #3, [September-December 1927] series 7box 24folder 18
McKenney, [Maude F.] #3, [September-December 1927] series 7box 24folder 19
McKenney, [Maude F.] #4, [January-July 1928] series 7box 24folder 20
McKenney, [Maude F.] #4, [January-July 1928] series 7box 24folder 21
McKenney, [Maude F.] #5, [August 1928-July 1929] series 7box 25folder 1
McKenney, [Maude F.] #5, [August 1928-July 1929] series 7box 25folder 2
McKenney, [Maude F.] #7, [January-December 1929] series 7box 25folder 3
McKenney, [Maude F.] #7, [January-December 1929] series 7box 25folder 4
McKenney, [Maude F.] #8, [January-July 1930] series 7box 25folder 5
McKenney, [Maude F.] #8, [January-July 1930] series 7box 25folder 6
McKenney, [Maude F.] #9, [August-December 1930] series 7box 25folder 7
McKenney, [Maude F.] #9, [August-December 1930] series 7box 25folder 8
McKenney, [Maude F.] #10, [January-July 1931] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 1
McKenney, [Maude F.] #10, [January-July 1931] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 2
McKenney, [Maude F.] #11, [August-December 1931] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 3
McKenney, [Maude F.] #11, [August-December 1931] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 4
McKenney, [Maude F.] #12, [January-June 1932] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 5
McKenney, [Maude F.] #12, [January-June 1932] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 6
McKenney, [Maude F.] #13, [July-December 1932] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 7
McKenney, [Maude F.] #13, [July-December 1932] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 8
McKenney, [Maude F.] #14, [January-June 1933] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 9
McKenney, [Maude F.] #14, [January-June 1933] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 10
McKenney, [Maude F.] #14, [January-June 1933] [Restricted] series 7box 26folder 11
McKenney, [Maude F.] #15, [July-December 1933] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 1
McKenney, [Maude F.] #15, [July-December 1933] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 2
McKenney, [Maude F.] #15, [July-December 1933] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 3
McKenney, [Maude F.] #16, [January-June 1934] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 4
McKenney, [Maude F.] #16, [January-June 1934] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 5
McKenney, [Maude F.] #16, [January-June 1934] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 6
McKenney, [Maude F.] #17, [June-December 1934] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 7
McKenney, [Maude F.] #17, [June-December 1934] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 8
McKenney, [Maude F.] #17, [June-December 1934] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 9
McLain, [Edward], [1933-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 10
Medical Alumni Ass[ociatio]n, [1929-1930] series 7box 27folder 11
Medical School #1, 1926-1931 [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 12
Medical School #2, [1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 13
Medical School, [1932-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 27folder 14
Men's Dormitory, [1930-1933] series 7box 28folder 1
Mens Field House, [1930-1932] series 7box 28folder 2
Messick, [Robert N.], [1932-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 28folder 3
Military Department, [1925-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 28folder 4
Military Department, [1925-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 28folder 5
Military Department, [1925-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 28folder 6
Military Education, University of Maryland, 1933 (Pearson vs. Coale), [1933] series 7box 28folder 7
Military Training, [1932-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 28folder 8
Milk Situation #1, [1934-1935] series 7box 28folder 9
Montgomery County, [undated] series 7box 28folder 10
Mount, Marie M., [1935] series 7box 28folder 11
Mu Upsilon, [1929] series 7box 28folder 12
Murdock, [George P.], (Prof.), [1927] series 7box 28folder 13
Neale, [William J.], [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 28folder 14
Nesbit, [J. N. G.], [1934] series 7box 28folder 15
Newman Club, [1933] series 7box 28folder 16
Nice, [Governor Henry W.], [1934-1935] series 7box 28folder 17
Non-Residence Fee, [1930-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 28folder 18
Nursing School, [1927-1932] series 7box 28folder 19
Nursing School, [1932] [Restricted] series 7box 28folder 20
Omicron Delta Kappa, [1934] series 7box 28folder 21
Organizational Charts, [1933-1934] series 7box 28folder 22
Organizations, [1932-1934] series 7box 28folder 23
Parr, [Leo J.], [1928-1931] series 7box 29folder 1
Patterson, [Harry J.], #4, 1934-1935 [Restricted] series 7box 29folder 2
Patterson, [Harry J.], #4, 1934-1935 [Restricted] series 7box 29folder 3
Patterson, [J. Milton], [1935] [Restricted] series 7box 29folder 4
Pearson, [Raymond A.], [1926-1935] series 7box 29folder 5
Personnel, [1926-1935] series 7box 29folder 6
Personnel, [1926-1935] series 7box 29folder 7
Personnel, [1926-1935] series 7box 29folder 8
Personnel, [1926-1935] series 7box 29folder 9
Personnel, [1926-1935] series 7box 29folder 10
Pershing Rifles, [1935] series 7box 29folder 11
Phi Alpha, [1930, 1935] series 7box 29folder 12
Phi Delta Theta, [1926] series 7box 29folder 13
Phi Gamma Mu, [1928-1932] series 7box 30folder 1
Phi Mu, [1926, 1929] series 7box 30folder 2
Photographic Equipment, [1934] series 7box 30folder 3
Photographs, [1920] series 7box 30folder 4
Preinkert, [Alma H.], [1926-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 5
Price Construction Co., [1932-1933] series 7box 30folder 6
Prince Georges County Fed[eration] of Women's Clubs, [1931] series 7box 30folder 7
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 8
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 9
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 10
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 11
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 12
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 13
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 14
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 15
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 16
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 17
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 18
Princess Anne Academy, [1919, 1926-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 30folder 19
Princess Anne Academy Farms-Maps, [undated] series 7box 30folder 20
Property, [1929-1932] series 7box 31folder 1
Public Service Committee, [1929] series 7box 31folder 2
Publications, [undated] series 7box 31folder 3
Publicity, [1932-1933] series 7box 31folder 4
Publicity, [1932-1933] series 7box 31folder 5
P. W. A. [Federal Emergency Administration for Public Works], [1933-1935] series 7box 31folder 6
P. W. A. [Federal Emergency Administration for Public Works], [1933-1935] series 7box 31folder 7
P. W. A. [Federal Emergency Administration for Public Works], [1933-1935] series 7box 31folder 8
Redwood Street Property, [1934-1935] series 7box 31folder 9
Residence, [1934-1935] series 7box 31folder 10
Ritchie, [Albert C.], [1927-1934] series 7box 31folder 11
Robinson, [J. Ben], [1926-1932] series 7box 31folder 12
Rowland, [J. M. H.], [1928-1935] series 7box 31folder 13
Salary Range, U[niversity] of M[arylan]d, [undated] series 7box 31folder 14
Schultz, [Dr. William H.], [1931-1932] series 7box 31folder 15
Schulz, [George J.], [1920-1935] series 7box 31folder 16
Sewer System, [1926-1928] series 7box 31folder 17
Shoemaker, [Samuel M.], [1928-1933] series 7box 31folder 18
Shriver, [George M.], [1932-1935] series 7box 31folder 19
Silin, [Charles I.], Case, [1925-1932] series 7box 31folder 20
Simonds, [O. C.], [1928] series 7box 31folder 21
Skelton, [1928-1935] series 7box 31folder 22
Small, William S. #1, [1928-1935] series 7box 31folder 23
Smardon, [George S.], [1927-1928] series 7box 31folder 24
Smith and May, [1927-1935] series 7box 32folder 1
Space, [1935-1934] series 7box 32folder 2
Sprowls, J. W., [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 3
Stamp, [Adele], [1931-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 4
State Aided Colleges and Scholarships in M[arylan]d, [1932] series 7box 32folder 5
State Auditor, [1935] series 7box 32folder 6
Statistics-Maryland Farms, [1930] series 7box 32folder 7
Statistics-U[niversity] of Maryland, [undated] series 7box 32folder 8
Student Aid, [1932-1934] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 9
Student Health, [1928-1931] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 10
Student Supply Store, [1934-1935] series 7box 32folder 11
Summer School, [1927-1934] series 7box 32folder 12
Support of Agricultural Education, Franklin D. Roosevelt, [1932] series 7box 32folder 13
Surety Bonds, [1930-1935] series 7box 32folder 14
Symons, [Thomas B.], [1932-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 15
Tau Epsilon Phi, [1929-1930] series 7box 32folder 16
Telephone Service, [1927-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 17
Telephone Service, [1927-1933] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 18
Temple, [1927-1930] series 7box 32folder 19
Tennessee, [1926-1935] series 7box 32folder 20
Tennessee Valley Authority, [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 21
Tenny, [Lloyd S.], [1927-1928] series 7box 32folder 22
Terra Mariae, [1932-1934] series 7box 32folder 23
Testing Laboratory Code, [1933-1934] series 7box 32folder 24
Texas A & M College, [1926-1928] series 7box 32folder 25
Texas Company [TEXACO], [1933] series 7box 32folder 26
Texas Department of Agriculture, [1933] series 7box 32folder 27
Texas State College for Women, [1928] series 7box 32folder 28
Texas University, [1929-1933] series 7box 32folder 29
Thatcher, [R. W.], [1927-1932] series 7box 32folder 30
Theta Chi, [1926-1935] series 7box 32folder 31
Theta Gamma, [1929] series 7box 32folder 32
Thomas, [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 33
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, [1928-1931] series 7box 32folder 34
Thompson, [1927-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 32folder 35
Thornberg, [Mark G.], [1928-1931] series 7box 32folder 36
Thorne, [Walter A.], [1934] series 7box 32folder 37
Thorton, [Dr. Norwood], [1930-1933] series 7box 32folder 38
Thrift, [Hugh], [1933] [Restricted] series 7box 33folder 1
Thurber, John M., [1934] [Restricted] series 7box 33folder 2
Tippet, [Edward W.], [1933-1932] [Restricted] series 7box 33folder 3
Titsworth, Dr. Paul E., [1927-1933] series 7box 33folder 4
Truitt, [Ralph P.], [1935] [Restricted] series 7box 33folder 5
Truitt, [Reginald V.], [1934] series 7box 33folder 6
Tydings, [Warren], [1935] series 7box 33folder 7
United States Bureau of Mines, [1929-1935] series 7box 33folder 8
United States Bureau of Mines, [1929-1935] series 7box 33folder 9
United States Department of Agriculture #2, [1933-1935] series 7box 33folder 10
University Hospital, [1922-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 33folder 11
University Hospital, [1922-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 33folder 12
University Hospital, [1922-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 33folder 13
[University Hospital Construction, The Browne Window], [undated] series 7box 33folder 14
[University Hospital, Construction Photographs], [1933-1934] series 7box 33folder 15
University Hospital Construction Subcontracts, [1931-1935] series 7box 33folder 16
University Hospital Construction Subcontracts, [1931-1935] series 7box 33folder 17
University Hospital Construction Subcontracts, [1931-1935] series 7box 34folder 1
University Hospital Construction Subcontracts, [1931-1935] series 7box 34folder 2
University Hospital Construction Subcontracts, [1931-1935] series 7box 34folder 3
University Hospital Construction Subcontracts, [1931-1935] series 7box 34folder 4
University Senate, [1922-1934] series 7box 34folder 5
Veterinary Work, [1935] series 7box 34folder 6
Walton, [Dr. Henry J.], [1931-1935] [Restricted] series 7box 34folder 7
Watts, [Harry D.], [1929] series 7box 34folder 8
Welsh, [Mark], [1935] series 7box 34folder 9
Williams, [Ralph L.], [1934-1935] series 7box 34folder 10
Williamsport High School, [1935] series 7box 34folder 11
Women's Dormitory, [1932-1935] series 7box 34folder 12
Women's Field House, [1931-1932] series 7box 34folder 13
Woods, [Dr. Albert F.], [1926-1933] series 7box 34folder 14
Zantzinger, [1932-1934] series 7box 34folder 15
Zucker, A. E., [1928-1935] series 7box 34folder 16

Series 8: Harry C. Byrd, 1928-1939 (1 linear foot)

Includes files on several endowment and prize funds; a folder regarding African American education at Princess Anne College and Morgan State College; and a report and accompanying photographs on the Statewide Recreation Project, 1939. Photographs have been transferred to the Photographic Collection under the heading University of Maryland President's Office W. P. A./U. of M. Recreation Project (accession numbers 5367-5383).

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
[Endowment Funds] -- Joshua G. Harvey Fund, [1932-1937] series 8box 1folder 1
[Endowment Funds] -- Elizabeth Collins Lee Prize, [1928-1936] series 8box 1folder 2
[Endowment Funds] -- Edgar Shirley Perkins Fund, [1932-1937] series 8box 1folder 3
[Endowment Funds] -- Clarence and Generva Warfield Fund, [1929-1937] series 8box 1folder 4
Princess Anne College, [1928-1946] series 8box 1folder 5
Statewide Recreation Project, 1939-Report to the President, 1939 series 8box 1folder 6

Series 9: Thomas B. Symons, 1951-1955 and undated (2.25 linear feet)

This series contains correspondence, reports, publications, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, photographs, and other materials which record Thomas B. Symons' activities as Acting President from January to September 1954. Symons succeeded Harry Clifton Byrd as president; consequently some correspondence from Byrd appears in several of the files. The records document a variety of campus issues and events, including the budget, the activities of several of the University of Maryland's colleges, the university's relations with government agencies, and building construction. Also included are materials which chronicle the establishment of a faculty club in the Rossborough Inn and files pertaining to faculty, students, and the university's connections with community, professional, and civic organizations. Significant correspondents include Louis Goldstein, Harry Clifton Byrd, Wilson Elkins, and Major General Milton A. Reckord. Files are arranged alphabetically by subject. Some files are restricted due to privacy issues related to student or personnel records.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Administrative Board: Minutes of Meetings, 1954 series 9box 1folder 1
Agricultural Experiment Station: "The Progress of Research in Serving Agriculture", 1954 series 9box 1folder 2
Agriculture, College of -- 4-H Club Week, 1954 series 9box 1folder 3
Agriculture, College of -- Agricultural Engineering, 1954 series 9box 1folder 4
Agriculture, College of -- Agriculture Information and Publications, 1954 series 9box 1folder 5
Agriculture, College of -- Agronomy, 1954 series 9box 1folder 6
Agriculture, College of -- Future Farmers of America, 1954 series 9box 1folder 7
Agriculture, College of -- Pleasant Valley Recreation Area, [1952]-1954 series 9box 1folder 8
Agriculture, College of -- Rural Women's Short Course, 1954 series 9box 1folder 9
Agriculture, College of -- Soil Conservation, 1954 series 9box 1folder 10
American Council of Learned Societies, Professional, 1954 series 9box 1folder 11
Asphalt Institute, 1954 series 9box 1folder 12
Association for Higher Education, Professional, 1954 series 9box 1folder 13
Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, Study on Presidential Salaries, 1954 series 9box 1folder 14
Athletics -- Finances-Handling of, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 1folder 15
Athletics -- Golf Club, 1954 series 9box 1folder 16
Atlantic Dairy Association, Inc., 1954 series 9box 1folder 17
Boy's Nation, American Legion, 1954 series 9box 1folder 18
Burdette, Hubert P., 1954 series 9box 1folder 19
Byrd, H. C. -- General File, 1954 series 9box 1folder 20
Byrd, H. C. -- Gift from Class of 1908, 1954 series 9box 1folder 21
Campus Buildings, Naming of, June 4, 1954 series 9box 1folder 22
Chambers, Max, 1954 series 9box 1folder 23
Chapel, 1954 series 9box 1folder 24
Chen, Chunjen C., 1954 series 9box 1folder 25
College Park -- Paint Branch Community Library Association, 1954 series 9box 1folder 26
College Park -- Progress Club, 1954 series 9box 1folder 27
[Comments on the Report of the Middle States Association by Colleges and Departments], [undated] series 9box 2folder 1
Dairy Council, Incorporated, 1954 series 9box 2folder 2
Dedication of Glenn L. Martin Institute of Technology, 1954 series 9box 2folder 3
Delta Tau Delta, [1954] series 9box 2folder 4
Departmental Meetings, 1954 series 9box 2folder 5
Elkins, Dr. Wilson H., 1954 series 9box 2folder 6
Engineering, College of -- 3-2 Plan, Engineering Institute, 1954 series 9box 2folder 7
Engineering, College of -- Agricultural Engineering, 1954 series 9box 2folder 8
Engineering, College of -- Miscellaneous, 1954 series 9box 2folder 9
Extension Service, Retirement of Miss Emerson, 1954 series 9box 2folder 10
[Facilities Requested for Maryland State College], [undated] series 9box 2folder 11
Faculty Club, New Plans for, 1954 series 9box 2folder 12
Faculty Committee-Scholarships -- A to K, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 2folder 13
Faculty Committee-Scholarships -- L to Z, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 2folder 14
Finance and Business, Division of: C. L. Benton, Director, January-May, [1953]-1954 series 9box 2folder 15
Finance and Business, Division of: C. L. Benton, Director, January-May, [1953]-1954 series 9box 2folder 16
Fire Service Extension -- The Bulletin and the News, 1954 series 9box 2folder 17
Fire Service Extension -- Fire Protection Course-Material from Gerletti, [1953]-1954 series 9box 2folder 18
First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Ernest N. Cory, Jr., 1954 series 9box 2folder 19
Foundation for Mentally Retarded and Handicapped Children, Inc., Charitable and Welfare, 1954 series 9box 2folder 20
Friel, S. E. W., 1954 series 9box 2folder 21
General Assembly of Maryland -- Budget Hearings, 1954 series 9box 2folder 22
General Assembly of Maryland -- Current and Proposed State Appropriations, 1954 series 9box 2folder 23
General Assembly of Maryland -- Session of 1954, [1954] series 9box 3folder 1
Goldstein, Honorable Louis L., 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 3folder 2
Governors-Paintings of Former Governors, 1951-1954 series 9box 3folder 3
Greater Washington Educational Television Association -- Incorporated, Professional, 1954 series 9box 3folder 4
Hall, Border, and Donaldson Architects, 1954 series 9box 3folder 5
Harris, Mrs. Evelyn, 1954 series 9box 3folder 6
Hearst Corporation, 1954 series 9box 3folder 7
Hillel Foundation Fund, 1954 series 9box 3folder 8
Hold Folder-Letter, 1954 series 9box 3folder 9
Hom to Hoy, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 3folder 10
Honorary Degrees, Committee on, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 3folder 11
Horticulture, Department of: Conference, 1954 series 9box 3folder 12
Hospital, University of Maryland -- Psychiatric Institute, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 3folder 13
Hospital, University of Maryland -- School for Practical Nursing, 1954 series 9box 3folder 14
Hospital, University of Maryland -- Women's Auxiliary, 1954 series 9box 3folder 15
Infirmary, Dr. Harry A. Bishop, Physician, 1954 series 9box 3folder 16
Inspection and Regulatory Service, Leslie E. Bopst, 1954 series 9box 3folder 17
Interfraternity Council, 1954 series 9box 3folder 18
Interior, Department of: Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954 series 9box 3folder 19
Internal Revenue Service Personnel, Training of, 1954 series 9box 3folder 20
Learned Societies, 1954 series 9box 3folder 21
Lindsay, George W. & Sons Real Estate, 1954 series 9box 3folder 22
Maryland Advertising Company, [1953]-1954 series 9box 3folder 23
Maryland Day, March 25, 1954, [1954] series 9box 3folder 24
Maryland Magazine, [1954] series 9box 3folder 25
Maryland Scholastic Press Advisers' Assoc., 1954 series 9box 3folder 26
Maryland State Firemen's Association, 1954 series 9box 3folder 27
Maryland, State of -- Board of Natural Resources, 1954 series 9box 3folder 28
Maryland, State of -- Budget and Procurement, State Use Industries, 1954 series 9box 3folder 29
Maryland, State of -- Civil Air Patrol, 1954 series 9box 3folder 30
Maryland, State of -- Civil Defense Agency, 1954 series 9box 3folder 31
Maryland, State of -- Commission of Mental Health, 1954 series 9box 3folder 32
Maryland, State of -- Department of Correction, 1954 series 9box 3folder 33
Maryland, State of -- Department of Tidewater Fisheries, 1954 series 9box 3folder 34
Maryland, State of -- Executive Department, Report to the Governor on Accomplishments, Improvements and Advances Made by University of Maryland from January 1, 1951- January 1, 1954, [1954] series 9box 3folder 35
Maryland, State of -- Health Department, 1954 series 9box 3folder 36
Maryland, State of -- Maryland Conference on Community Development, 1954 series 9box 3folder 37
Maryland, State of -- Military Department, 1954 series 9box 3folder 38
Maryland, State of -- Police, 1954 series 9box 3folder 39
Maryland, State of -- Roads Commission, 1954 series 9box 4folder 1
Maryland, State of -- Tobacco Authority, 1954 series 9box 4folder 2
Maryland, State of -- U. S. Savings Bonds Division, 1954 series 9box 4folder 3
Maryland, State of -- Veterinary Medical Association, 1954 series 9box 4folder 4
Maryland State Planning Commission -- Capital Improvements Needs -- Baltimore, 1954 series 9box 4folder 5
Maryland State Planning Commission -- Capital Improvements Needs -- College Park, 1954 series 9box 4folder 6
Maryland State Planning Commission -- Capital Improvements Needs -- Princess Anne, 1954 series 9box 4folder 7
Maryland State Planning Commission -- Requests for Facilities, 1954 series 9box 4folder 8
Maryland State Poultry Council, 1954 series 9box 4folder 9
Maryland Traffic Safety Commission, 1954 series 9box 4folder 10
Maryland and Virginia Milk Producers Association, Inc., 1954 series 9box 4folder 11
Matthews, D. Ernest, 1954 series 9box 4folder 12
Medical School: Appointment of Dr. David B. Clark, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 4folder 13
Medicine, School of, Bonus Payments, 1954 series 9box 4folder 14
Montgomery County Youth Opportunity Camp Campaign, 1954 series 9box 4folder 15
"Nurserymen's News," Published by Maryland Nurserymen's Association, 1954 series 9box 4folder 16
Phears, Major William, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 4folder 17
Phi Kappa Sigma, [1953-1954] series 9box 4folder 18
President's Committee on National Employment of the Physically Handicapped, Labor, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 4folder 19
Prince George's County -- Chamber of Commerce, 1954 series 9box 4folder 20
Prince George's County -- Community Chest and Planning Council, 1954 series 9box 4folder 21
Prince George's County -- Mental Health Study Center, 1954 series 9box 4folder 22
Publicity, 1954 series 9box 4folder 23
Publicity, Committee on, 1954 series 9box 4folder 24
Retirement, 1954 series 9box 4folder 25
Rodriguez, Mrs. Mary Chesley, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 4folder 26
Rossborough Inn, 1954 series 9box 4folder 27
Segregation, Policy on, 1954 series 9box 4folder 28
Special and Continuation Studies, College of -- Law Enforcement Program, 1954 series 9box 4folder 29
Special and Continuation Studies, College of -- Russian Teachers at Pentagon, 1954 series 9box 4folder 30
Special and Continuation Studies, College of -- Statistics, Year 1953-1954, [1954] series 9box 4folder 31
Statistics, Spring, 1954 series 9box 4folder 32
Student Government Association, 1954 series 9box 4folder 33
Symons, Thomas B. -- Personal, 1953 series 9box 4folder 34
Symons, Thomas B. -- Personal, 1953 series 9box 4folder 35
Symons, Thomas B. -- Photographs, 1955 series 9box 4folder 36
Symons, Thomas B. -- Progress Report, 1954 series 9box 5folder 1
United States Naval Ordnance Laboratory, 1954 series 9box 5folder 2
United States Navy, Department of, 1954 series 9box 5folder 3
Universities: M-Z, [1953]-1954 series 9box 5folder 4
Universities: M-Z, [1953]-1954 series 9box 5folder 5
Veterinary Medicine: Admissions, 1954 [Restricted] series 9box 5folder 6

Series 10: Wilson H. Elkins, 1951-1971 (3 linear feet)

Includes correspondence on creating the Chapel Memorial Book (1955-1956), lists, minutes of meetings, reports, recommendations of two committees, and three reports concerning desegregation from 1970. Arranged alphabetically by subject

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Chapel Memorial Book, 1955-1956 series 10box 1folder 1
Committees -- Committee on Appointments, Promotions, Salaries, 1957 series 10box 1folder 2
Committees -- President's Ad Hoc Committee on Honorary Degrees -- Lists of Degrees Conferred, 1951-1971 series 10box 1folder 3
Committees -- President's Ad Hoc Committee on Honorary Degrees -- Meetings, Reports, Recommendations, 1962-1971 series 10box 1folder 4
Committees -- President's Ad Hoc Committee on Honorary Degrees -- Meetings, Reports, Recommendations, 1962-1971 series 10box 1folder 5
Committees -- President's Ad Hoc Committee on Honorary Degrees -- Meetings, Reports, Recommendations, 1962-1971 series 10box 1folder 6
Desegregation, 1970 series 10box 1folder 7
Speech, undated series 10box 1folder 8

Series 11: John S. Toll, 1974-1988 and undated (40.5 linear feet)

This series contains correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, photographs, and other materials which document the presidency of John S. Toll. The records cover many aspects of campus life, especially the coordination between the university system administration and the individual campuses. Key files document the inauguration of President Toll, search committees to fill major administrative positions, and the preparation of the publication entitled the Post Land Grant University, known informally as the"Moos report." Also included in the series are President Toll's daily/weekly calendars and extensive files of chronological correspondence. Significant topics represented in the correspondence are: student problems, such as admission and residency; the Board of Regents; faculty issues, such as promotion and tenure; letters of recommendation; the State Board for Higher Education; letters to members of the Maryland General Assembly and to the governor; and controversies on campus, such as an uproar over a "Rabbit Production" class taught on the College Park campus. This series is arranged alphabetically by document type. Some files are restricted due to privacy issues related to student or personnel records.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1978-1982 series 11box 1folder 1
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1978-1982 series 11box 1folder 2
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1978-1982 series 11box 1folder 3
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1978-1982 series 11box 1folder 4
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1978-1982 series 11box 1folder 5
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1983-1987 series 11box 2folder 1
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1983-1987 series 11box 2folder 2
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1983-1987 series 11box 2folder 3
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1983-1987 series 11box 2folder 4
Day at a Glance/Week at a Glance calendars, 1983-1987 series 11box 2folder 5
Weekly calendars, 1978-1986 series 11box 3folder 1
Weekly calendars, 1978-1986 series 11box 3folder 2
Chronological files, July 1-31, 1978 [Restricted] series 11box 3folder 3
Chronological files, July 1-31, 1978 [Restricted] series 11box 3folder 4
Chronological files, July 1-31, 1978 [Restricted] series 11box 3folder 5
Chronological files, July 1-31, 1978 [Restricted] series 11box 3folder 6
Chronological files, August 1-22 [Restricted] series 11box 3folder 7
Chronological files, August 1-22 [Restricted] series 11box 3folder 8
Chronological files, August 1-22, 1978 [Restricted] series 11box 3folder 9
Chronological files, August 1-22,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 1
Chronological files, August 23-311978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 2
Chronological files, August 23-31,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 3
Chronological files, September 1-18,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 4
Chronological files, September 1-18,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 5
Chronological files, September 1-18,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 6
Chronological files, September 19-30,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 7
Chronological files, September 19-30,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 8
Chronological files, September 19-30,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 9
Chronological files, October 1-17,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 4folder 10
Chronological files, October 1-17,1978 [Restricted] series 11box 5folder 1
Chronological files, October 1-17 [Restricted] series 11box 5folder 2
Chronological files, October 18-31 [Restricted] series 11box 5folder 3
Chronological files, October 18-31 [Restricted] series 11box 5folder 4
Chronological files, November 1-14 [Restricted] series 11box 5folder 5
Chronological files, November 1-14 [Restricted] series 11box 5folder 6
Chronological files, November 15-30 [Restricted] series 11box 5folder 7
Chronological files, November 15-30 [Restricted] series 11box 5folder 8
Chronological files, November 15-30 [Restricted] series 11box 6folder 1
Chronological files, December 1-14 [Restricted] series 11box 6folder 2
Chronological files, December 1-14 [Restricted] series 11box 6folder 3
Chronological files, December 1-14 [Restricted] series 11box 6folder 4
Chronological files, December 15-31, 1978 [Restricted] series 11box 6folder 5
Chronological files, December 15-31, 1978 [Restricted] series 11box 6folder 6
Chronological files, January 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 6folder 7
Chronological files, January 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 7folder 1
Chronological files, January 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 7folder 2
Chronological files, January 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 7folder 3
Chronological files, January 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 7folder 4
Chronological files, February 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 7folder 5
Chronological files, February 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 7folder 6
Chronological files, February 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 7folder 7
Chronological files, February 16-28, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 8folder 1
Chronological files, February 16-28, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 8folder 2
Chronological files, March 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 8folder 3
Chronological files, March 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 8folder 4
Chronological files, March 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 8folder 5
Chronological files, March 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 8folder 6
Chronological files, March 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 8folder 7
Chronological files, March 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 9folder 1
Chronological files, April 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 9folder 2
Chronological files, April 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 9folder 3
Chronological files, April 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 9folder 4
Chronological files, April 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 1
Chronological files, April 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 2
Chronological files, May 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 3
Chronological files, May 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 4
Chronological files, May 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 5
Chronological files, May 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 6
Chronological files, May 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 7
Chronological files, May 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 8
Chronological files, June 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 9
Chronological files, June 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 10
Chronological files, June 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 11
Chronological files, June 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 12
Chronological files, June 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 10folder 13
Chronological files, June 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 11folder 1
Chronological files, July 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 11folder 2
Chronological files, July 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 11folder 3
Chronological files, July 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 11folder 4
Chronological files, July 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 11folder 5
Chronological files, July 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 11folder 6
Chronological files, July 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 11folder 7
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 11folder 8
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 12folder 1
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 12folder 2
Chronological files, August 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 12folder 3
Chronological files, August 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 12folder 4
Chronological files, August 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 12folder 5
Chronological files, September 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 12folder 6
Chronological files, September 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 13folder 1
Chronological files, September 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 13folder 2
Chronological files, September 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 13folder 3
Chronological files, September 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 13folder 4
Chronological files, October 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 13folder 5
Chronological files, October 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 13folder 6
Chronological files, October 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 13folder 7
Chronological files, October 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 14folder 1
Chronological files, October 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 14folder 2
Chronological files, October 16-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 14folder 3
Chronological files, November 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 14folder 4
Chronological files, November 1-15, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 14folder 5
Chronological files, November 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 14folder 6
Chronological files, November 16-30, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 14folder 7
Chronological files, December 1-12, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 14folder 8
Chronological files, December 1-12, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 15folder 1
Chronological files, December 13-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 15folder 2
Chronological files, December 13-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 15folder 3
Chronological files, December 13-31, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 15folder 4
Chronological files, January 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 15folder 5
Chronological files, January 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 15folder 6
Chronological files, January 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 15folder 7
Chronological files, January 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 15folder 8
Chronological files, January 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 16folder 1
Chronological files, January 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 16folder 2
Chronological files, February 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 16folder 3
Chronological files, February 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 16folder 4
Chronological files, February 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 16folder 5
Chronological files, February 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 16folder 6
Chronological files, February 16-29, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 16folder 7
Chronological files, February 16-29, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 16folder 8
Chronological files, March 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 17folder 1
Chronological files, March 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 17folder 2
Chronological files, March 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 17folder 3
Chronological files, March 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 17folder 4
Chronological files, March 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 17folder 5
Chronological files, March 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 17folder 6
Chronological files, March 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 17folder 7
Chronological files, April 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 17folder 8
Chronological files, April 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 1
Chronological files, April 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 2
Chronological files, April 16-30, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 3
Chronological files, April 16-30, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 4
Chronological files, April 16-30, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 5
Chronological files, May 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 6
Chronological files, May 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 7
Chronological files, May 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 8
Chronological files -- Marine Band Hours, May 16, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 18folder 9
Chronological files -- Marine Band Hours, May 16, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 1
Chronological files -- Marine Band Hours, May 16, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 2
Chronological files, May 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 3
Chronological files, May 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 4
Chronological files, May 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 5
Chronological files, June 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 6
Chronological files, June 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 7
Chronological files, June 16-30, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 8
Chronological files, June 16-30, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 19folder 9
Chronological files, June 16-30, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 1
Chronological files, June 16-30, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 2
Chronological files, July 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 3
Chronological files, July 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 4
Chronological files, July 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 5
Chronological files, July 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 6
Chronological files, July 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 7
Chronological files, July 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 8
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 20folder 9
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 21folder 1
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 21folder 2
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 21folder 3
Chronological files, August 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 21folder 4
Chronological files, August 16-31, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 21folder 5
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Chronological files, July 1-15, 1981 [Restricted] series 11box 29folder 1
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Chronological files, March 1-15, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 35folder 1
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Chronological files, April 1-10, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 36folder 1
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Chronological files, May 1-15, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 37folder 1
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Chronological files, August 1-15, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 39folder 1
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Chronological files, September 16-30, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 39folder 11
Chronological files, September 16-30, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 40folder 1
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Chronological files, October 16-31, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 40folder 8
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Chronological files, November 1-15, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 41folder 1
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Chronological files, November 1-15, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 41folder 3
Chronological files, November 12, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 41folder 4
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Chronological files, January 1-15, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 42folder 5
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Chronological files, January 16-31, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 42folder 7
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Chronological files, January 16-31, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 43folder 1
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Chronological files, June 1-15, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 46folder 1
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Chronological files, August 16-31, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 47folder 5
Chronological files, August 16-31, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 47folder 6
Chronological files -- Letter to GA members, August 30, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 48folder 1
Chronological files -- Letter to GA members, August 30, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 48folder 2
Chronological files, September 1-15, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 48folder 3
Chronological files, September 1-15, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 48folder 4
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Chronological files, October 16-31, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 49folder 1
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Chronological files, December 1-15, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 49folder 8
Chronological files, December 1-15, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 50folder 1
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Chronological files, February 1-15, 1984 [Restricted] series 11box 51folder 1
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Chronological files, February 16-29, 1984 [Restricted] series 11box 51folder 3
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Chronological files, February 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 60folder 1
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Chronological files, April 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 61folder 1
Chronological files, April 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 61folder 2
Chronological files -- Letter to Members of the President's Club, April 26, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 61folder 3
Chronological files -- Letter to Members of the President's Club, April 26, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 61folder 4
Chronological files -- Letter to Members of the President's Club, April 26, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 61folder 5
Chronological files, April 16-30, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 61folder 6
Chronological files, April 16-30, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 62folder 1
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Chronological files, June 16-30, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 63folder 1
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Chronological files, July 16-31, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 63folder 7
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 1
Chronological files, August 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 2
Chronological files, August 16-31, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 3
Chronological files, August 16-31, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 4
Chronological files, September 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 5
Chronological files, September 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 6
Chronological files, September 16-30, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 7
Chronological files, September 16-30, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 8
Chronological files, September 16-30, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 9
Chronological files, October 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 64folder 10
Chronological files, October 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 1
Chronological files, October 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 2
Chronological files, October 16-31, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 3
Chronological files, October 16-31, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 4
Chronological files, October 16-31, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 5
Chronological files, November 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 6
Chronological files, November 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 7
Chronological files, November 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 8
Chronological files, November 16-30, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 65folder 9
Chronological files, November 16-30, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 66folder 1
Chronological files, December 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 66folder 2
Chronological files, December 1-15, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 66folder 3
Chronological files, December 16-31, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 66folder 4
Chronological files, December 16-31, 1985 [Restricted] series 11box 66folder 5
Inauguration -- Address, 1979 series 11box 66folder 6
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- American University, 1979 series 11box 66folder 7
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Brown University, 1979 series 11box 66folder 8
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- University of Chicago, 1979 series 11box 66folder 9
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Columbia University (oversize), 1979 series 11box 66folder 10
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Coppin State University, 1979 series 11box 66folder 11
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Delaware State University, 1979 series 11box 66folder 12
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Georgia Institute of Technology, 1979 series 11box 66folder 13
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Harvard University (oversize), 1979 series 11box 66folder 14
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Indiana University, 1979 series 11box 66folder 15
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Iowa State University, 1979 series 11box 67folder 1
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- University of Michigan, 1979 series 11box 67folder 2
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- University of Minnesota, 1979 series 11box 67folder 3
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- University of Missouri, 1979 series 11box 67folder 4
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Mt. St. Mary's College, 1979 series 11box 67folder 5
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- University of Pennsylvania, 1979 series 11box 67folder 6
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- University of Pittsburgh, 1979 series 11box 67folder 7
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Purdue University, 1979 series 11box 67folder 8
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- St. John's College, 1979 series 11box 67folder 9
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- University of Texas, 1979 series 11box 67folder 10
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Vanderbilt University, 1979 series 11box 67folder 11
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- University of Washington, 1979 series 11box 67folder 12
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Washington College, 1979 series 11box 67folder 13
Inauguration -- Congratulations -- Yale University, 1979 series 11box 67folder 14
Inauguration -- Guest Book, 1979 series 11box 67folder 15
Inauguration -- Inauguration of the President, 1979 series 11box 67folder 16
Inauguration -- Inauguration of the President, 1979 series 11box 67folder 17
Inauguration -- Invitations and responses, 1979 series 11box 67folder 18
Inauguration -- Invitations and responses, 1979 series 11box 67folder 19
Inauguration -- Letters of appreciation for participation, [1979] series 11box 68folder 1
Inauguration -- Planning Committee, [1979] series 11box 68folder 2
Inauguration -- Press releases, [1979] series 11box 68folder 3
Inauguration -- Program, [1979] series 11box 68folder 4
Inauguration -- Program schedules, [1979] series 11box 68folder 5
Inauguration -- Speeches delivered, [1979] series 11box 68folder 6
Inauguration -- UMBC Community Symphony, [1979] series 11box 68folder 7
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, October 5, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 68folder 8
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, October 5, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 68folder 9
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, October 5, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 68folder 10
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, October 5, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 68folder 11
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, October 5, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 68folder 12
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, November 9, 1982 series 11box 68folder 13
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, November 9, 1982 series 11box 68folder 14
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, March 8, 1983 series 11box 68folder 15
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, March 8, 1983 series 11box 68folder 16
Regents, Board of -- Hearing Book, Select Committee on Planning, March 8, 1983 series 11box 69folder 1
Regents, Board of -- Policy Review of Planning Committee, President's Office, [1982] series 11box 69folder 2
Regents, Board of -- Policy Review of Planning Committee, President's Office, [1982] series 11box 69folder 3
Regents, Board of -- Policy Review of Planning Committee, President's Office, [1982] series 11box 69folder 4
Regents, Board of -- [President-Presentations and responses to recommendations in Moos report], [1983] series 11box 69folder 5
Regents, Board of -- Retreat, Donaldson Brown Center, April 15-16, 1987 series 11box 69folder 6
Regents, Board of -- UMES Hearings, October 5, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 69folder 7
Regents, Board of -- UMES Hearings, October 5, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 69folder 8
Regents, Board of -- UMES Hearings, October 5, 1982 [Restricted] series 11box 69folder 9
Regents, Board of -- UMES Hearings, October 5, 1982 series 11box 70folder 1
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Advertising, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 70folder 2
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Applicants and nominees, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 70folder 3
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Applicants and nominees, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 70folder 4
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Applicants and nominees, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 70folder 5
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Applicants and nominees, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 70folder 6
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Applicants and nominees, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 70folder 7
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Candidates -- Challoner, Dr. David R., [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 1
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Challoner, Dr. David R., [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 2
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Davis, Carolyne K., 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 3
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Farmer, Dr. T. Albert, [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 4
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Farmer, Dr. T. Albert, [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 5
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Farmer, Dr. T. Albert, [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 6
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Pittman, Dr. James A., Jr., M.D., [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 7
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Chancellor Search, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 8
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Chancellor Search, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 9
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Chancellor Search, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 10
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Chancellor Search, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 11
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Committee attendance, [n.d.] [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 12
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Committee correspondence, 1979-1980 [Restricted] series 11box 71folder 13
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Correspondence-Active candidates, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 1
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- General correspondence, [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 2
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Miscellaneous, [1978] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 3
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Miscellaneous candidate notes, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 4
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Sample letters, worksheets, ballots, etc., [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 5
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- Summary of Baltimore campus, [1979-1981] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 6
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- [Worksheets, goals, etc.], [1974-1978] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 7
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- [Worksheets, goals, etc.], [1974-1978] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 8
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- [Worksheets, goals, etc.], [1974-1978] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 9
Search Committee files -- UMAB Chancellor -- [Worksheets, goals, etc.], [1974-1978] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 10
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search, 1974 [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 11
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Advertisement, [1981] series 11box 72folder 12
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Agenda, [1981-1982] series 11box 72folder 13
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Ballots A-F, [1982] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 14
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Ballots A-F, [1982] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 15
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Candidates -- Cheit, Earl F., [1982] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 16
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Candidates -- Duffy, Joseph, [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 17
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Candidates -- Fanton, Jonathan, [1982] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 18
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Candidates -- Kirwan, William E., [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 72folder 19
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Candidates -- Langenberg, Donald N., [1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 1
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Candidates -- Seigle, John W., [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 2
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Candidates -- Shankel, Delbert M., [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 3
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Candidates -- Slaughter, John B., [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 4
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Chancellor's search committee, [1981] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 5
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Correspondence, [1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 6
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Discussion, [1981] series 11box 73folder 7
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Letter and list of people contacted for nominations, [1981] series 11box 73folder 8
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- List of applicants and nominees, [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 9
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Minutes, [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 10
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- [Miscellaneous], [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 11
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- [Miscellaneous], [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 12
Search Committee files -- Chancellor search -- Procedures, [1981] series 11box 73folder 13
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- Ballot (Actives), March 25, [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 15
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- Ballots, April 26, 1980 [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 16
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- [General], [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 17
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- [General], [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 18
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- Letter samples, [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 19
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- [Material for committee members], [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 73folder 20
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- Minutes and agendas, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 1
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- Responses with no nominations, [1980] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 2
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1979-1980 -- Rosters of groups and ballots, [1979-1980] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 3
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Agenda, [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 4
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Candidates -- Colwell, Rita, [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 5
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Candidates -- LaPidus, Jules B., [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 6
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Candidates -- Roselle, Dr. David P., [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 7
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Chron file, [1982] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 8
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Committee members, [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 9
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Correspondence to committee, [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 10
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Final report to the President, [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 11
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- General correspondence, [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 12
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Media release announcing naming of Dr. Colwell as Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1983 [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 13
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Minutes, [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 14
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Policies and procedures, [1982] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 15
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1982-1983 -- Ratings, [1982-1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 16
Search Committee files -- Vice President for General Administration -- Candidates -- Kennedy, Wayne, [1984] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 17
Search Committee files -- Vice President for General Administration -- Candidates -- Myers, Donald, [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 74folder 18
Search Committee files -- Vice President for General Administration -- Candidates -- Peterson, Robert A., [1984] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 1
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Policy and Planning -- Candidates -- Hannah, Mary, [1983-1984] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 2
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Policy and Planning -- Candidates -- Keith, Leroy, [1983-1984] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 3
Search Committee files -- Vice President for Policy and Planning -- Candidates -- Norris, C. Gail, [1983-1984] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 4
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Advertisement for position of EVP, VPGA and VPGS positions, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 5
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Applications, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 6
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Applications, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 7
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Candidates -- Brandt, Warren, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 8
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- CandidatesCandidates -- Johnstone, Bruce, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 9
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Candidates -- Kuhn, Albin O., [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 10
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Candidates -- Whalen, James J., [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 11
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Extra copies of minutes, agendas, correspondence to committtee, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 12
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- [General], [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 13
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Letter of recommendation to Dr. John S. Toll, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 14
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Letters inviting nominations for positions of EVP, VPGA, and VPGS, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 15
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- List of addresses (bound), [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 16
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1979 -- Position description for Vice President for General Administration, [1979] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 17
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1981 -- Committee members, [1981] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 18
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1981 -- Discussion of position, [1981] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 19
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1981 -- [General], [1981] [Restricted] series 11box 75folder 20
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1981 -- [General], [1981] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 1
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1981 -- Mailing list, [1981] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 2
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1981 -- Minutes, [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 3
Search Committee files -- Executive Vice President, 1981 -- Procedures, [1981-1982] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 4
Search Committee files -- Search committees for vice presidencies, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 5
Search Committee files -- Search committees for vice presidencies, 1979 [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 6
Search Committee files -- [Vice presidential search committee], [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 7
Search Committee files -- [Vice presidential search committee], [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 8
Search Committee files -- [Vice presidential search committee], [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 9
Search Committee files -- Vice Presidents search -- Agenda, [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 10
Search Committee files -- Vice Presidents search -- Committee members, [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 11
Search Committee files -- Vice Presidents search -- Correspondence, [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 12
Search Committee files -- Vice Presidents search -- Minutes, [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 13
Search Committee files -- Vice Presidents search -- Procedures, [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 76folder 14
Subject files -- [Affirmative action plans], [1981] series 11box 77folder 1
Subject files -- Chancellor Toll background for August 9, 1988 staff report, vol. 1, [1988] series 11box 77folder 2
Subject files -- Chancellor Toll background for August 9, 1988 staff report, vol. 1, [1988] series 11box 77folder 3
Subject files -- Chancellor Toll background information staff report, vol. 2, pt. 2, personnel detail, [1988] [Restricted] series 11box 77folder 4
Subject files -- Chancellor Toll background information staff report, vol. 2, pt. 2, personnel detail, [1988] [Restricted] series 11box 77folder 5
Subject files -- Chancellor Toll background information staff report, vol. 2, pt. 2, personnel detail, [1988] [Restricted] series 11box 77folder 6
Subject files -- Chancellor Toll background information staff report, vol. 2, pt. 2, personnel detail, [1988] [Restricted] series 11box 77folder 7
Subject files -- Chancellor Toll background information staff report, vol. 2, pt. 2, personnel detail, [1988] [Restricted] series 11box 77folder 8
Subject files -- Chancellor Toll background information staff report, vol. 2, pt. 2, personnel detail, [1988] [Restricted] series 11box 77folder 9
Subject files -- [Greek] -- Beta Alpha Housing Corp. of Phi Sigma Sigma, [1980] series 11box 77folder 10
Subject files -- [Greek] -- Delta Psi Foundation, [1980] series 11box 77folder 11
Subject files -- [Greek] -- Greek affairs, [1979-1980] series 11box 77folder 12
Subject files -- [Greek] -- Greek affairs/leases, [1980] series 11box 78folder 1
Subject files -- [Greek] -- Greek escrow, [1980] series 11box 78folder 2
Subject files -- [Greek] -- Pi Kappa Alpha lease, [1979-1980] series 11box 78folder 3
Subject files -- Higher education meeting information], [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 78folder 4
Subject files -- Higher education meeting information], [1983] [Restricted] series 11box 78folder 5
Subject files -- [International programs], [1983] series 11box 78folder 6
Subject files -- [Organization charts], [1988] series 11box 78folder 7
Subject files -- [Organizational charts from Chancellor Toll background information staff report and loose material], [1982-1988] series 11box 78folder 8
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- 1. Abbreviated version 2. Comments from Administrative Council and letters to and from Dr. Moos, [1981] series 11box 78folder 9
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- 1. Abbreviated version 2. Comments from Administrative Council and letters to and from Dr. Moos, [1981] series 11box 78folder 10
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- 1. Abbreviated version 2. Comments from Administrative Council and letters to and from Dr. Moos, [1981] series 11box 78folder 11
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- 1. Abbreviated version 2. Comments from Administrative Council and letters to and from Dr. Moos, [1981] series 11box 78folder 12
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos-1st version, [1981] series 11box 78folder 13
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos-1st version, [1981] series 11box 78folder 14
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos-1st version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 1
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos-1st version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 2
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos with corrections-2nd version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 3
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos with corrections-2nd version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 4
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos with corrections-2nd version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 5
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos with corrections-2nd version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 6
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos with corrections-3rd version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 7
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos with corrections-3rd version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 8
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos with corrections-3rd version, [1981] series 11box 79folder 9
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Copy submitted to Dr. Toll from Dr. Moos with corrections-3rd version, [1981] series 11box 80folder 1
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Master copy with changes by AOK [Albin O. Kuhn], [1981] series 11box 80folder 2
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Master copy with changes by AOK [Albin O. Kuhn], [1981] series 11box 80folder 3
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Master copy with changes by AOK [Albin O. Kuhn], [1981] series 11box 80folder 4
Subject files -- [Post Land Grant University] -- Master copy with changes by AOK [Albin O. Kuhn], [1981] series 11box 80folder 5
Subject files -- [Remarks by President Toll], [n.d.] series 11box 80folder 6
Subject files -- [State Board for Higher Education], [1981] series 11box 80folder 7
Subject files -- [State Board for Higher Education], [1981] series 11box 80folder 8
Subject files -- [State Board for Higher Education], [1981] series 11box 80folder 9
Subject files -- [State Board for Higher Education Master Plan for Post Secondary Education], [1978] series 11box 80folder 10
Subject files -- [State Board for Higher Education Master Plan for Post Secondary Education], [1978] series 11box 80folder 11
Subject files -- [State Board for Higher Education Master Plan for Post Secondary Education], [1978] series 11box 80folder 12
Subject files -- Student matters-leases (Capital set-aside), [1980] series 11box 81folder 1
Subject files -- Toll, John, [1977-1978] [Restricted] series 11box 81folder 2
Subject files -- Toll, John S.-President-elect, 1978 series 11box 81folder 3

Related Material

The Archives and Manuscripts Department of the University of Maryland Libraries houses the following presidents' personal papers: Charles Benedict Calvert (several items in the Maryland Manuscripts Collection), Albert F. and Bertha Gerneaux (Davis) Woods, Harry J. Patterson, Harry Clifton Byrd, Wilson H. Elkins (unprocessed), Thomas B. Symons, and John S. Toll (unprocessed). The Papers of Sterling Byrd (unprocessed) also document the personal life and career of Harry Clifton Byrd.

Several presidents are listed as correspondents in the collections of William Amoss, Murray Vandiver, Richard D. White, Fletcher Pearre Veitch, Reginald Truitt, Walter F. Mulligan, Adele H. Stamp, Geary F. Eppley, and Susan Emolyn Harman. The Papers of the Thomas H. Osborn Family includes a letter, dated 1840, written by Bejanmin Hallowell. The Papers of Daniel Coit Gilman at the Eisenhower Library, Johns Hopkins University, contain two letters from President William H. Parker.

Large unprocessed portions of the Records of the President's Office exist from the tenures of Harry Clifton Byrd, Wilson H. Elkins, Charles E. Bishop, John W. Dorsey, Robert L. Gluckstern, John B. Slaughter, William E. Kirwan, and C. D. Mote, Jr. Preliminary inventories are available online for the unprocessed Harry Clifton Byrd portion and the unprocessed Wilson H. Elkins portion. Other preliminary inventories are available upon request in the Maryland Room, Hornbake Library. Portions of the records from the tenures of Charles E. Bishop, John W. Dorsey, Robert L. Glucksten, and John B. Slaughter have been semi-processed as the Records of the Chancellor's Office (UMCP). Materials concerning the various presidents may also be found in other University record groups, including the Board of Regents (processed and unprocessed portions). Files from unprocessed collections must be screened by University of Maryland staff before researchers can consult them.

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