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Jean Spencer papers

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Abstract

Title:
Jean Spencer papers
Author/Creator:
Spencer, Jean
Collection number:
98-75
Size:
8.00 linear feet
Bulk dates:
1963-1985
Inclusive dates:
1963-1973
Collection Area:
State of Maryland and Historical Collections
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:

Jean Spencer (1933-1992), a University of Maryland graduate, was an expert in the area of state and local government. In 1966, Governor Tawes selected Spencer to work as staff director of the Commission for the Modernization of the Maryland Government. In 1967, she became the assistant director of the Governor's Task Force on Modern Management under Governor Spiro T. Agnew. Spencer was also the research staff director for the Maryland Consitutional Convention of 1967-1968. While working for Governor Agnew in 1968, Spencer made recommendations to Agnew in favor of reactivating the Commission on the Status of Women, originally formed by Governor Tawes in 1965. In 1969, Spencer followed Agnew to the White House when he was elected vice president for Richard Nixon. As Special Assistant to the Vice President for Research, Spencer was responsible for basic and program research in support of the vie president and his stff. After Agnew resigned in 1973, Spencer becasem more involved in Maryland's higher education. In 1990, she became the deputy chancellor for the University of Maryland System. Spencer's papers consist of correspondence, memos, clippings, reports, memorabilia, and photographs, primarily from her time with the Office of the Vice President and the Office of the Governor in Maryland.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

This collection is open for research.

Preferred citation:

Jean Spencer papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Publication rights:

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

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

Jean Elizabeth Spencer was born on March 28, 1933. She received a B.S., an M.A. in Political Science in 1961 and a Ph.D. in 1966, all from the University of Maryland. After earning her Ph.D., she became a research associate at the Bureau of Governmental Research, College of Business and Public Administration at the University of Maryland.

Based on her expertise and experience in the area of state and local government, Governor Tawes selected Spencer to work as staff director of the Commission for the Modernization of the Maryland Government, headed by John Curlett, in 1966. In 1967, she became the assistant director of the Governor's Task Force on Modern Management under Governor Spiro Agnew and continued in this position under Governor Mandel. During this time, she arranged for the creation of the Executive Reorganization Committee, also headed by Curlett, to continue the work of the former commission and to develop a comprehensive plan of reorganization to submit to the Maryland General Assembly in 1969. Governor Mandel implemented state executive branch reorganization to form a cabinet system based on recommendations from the Commission. Spencer was also the research staff director for the Maryland Constitutional Convention of 1967-1968, which drafted a proposed state constitution that was hailed across the country as a model for state government reform. It was later defeated in a referendum vote in 1968, although many of its amendments were eventually adopted. While working for Governor Agnew in 1968, Spencer also made recommendations to Agnew in favor of reactivating the Commission on the Status of Women, originally formed by Governor Tawes in 1965, and of which Spencer was staff advisor. It was renamed the Maryland Commission for Women and established by law under Governor Mandel in 1971.

In 1969, Spencer followed Agnew to the White House when he was elected vice president under Richard Nixon. As Special Assistant to the Vice President for Research, Spencer was responsible for basic and program research in support of activities and initiatives to be undertaken by the vice president and his staff, maintaining updated briefing books on substantive foreign and domestic policy concerns of the Administration, reviewing and proposing replies to correspondence from the academic and professional community, and maintaining files of all articles published by the vice president or members of the vice president's staff. She also helped organize the Republican Women's Convention of 1972, and campaigned for the Equal Rights Amendment.

After Agnew resigned from the vice presidency in October 1973, Spencer became special assistant to Presidential Counselor Anne Armstrong in the Office of Women's Programs before returning to Maryland. She held several positions with the Board of Trustees of the State Universities and Colleges before being appointed Executive Director in 1978. In 1988, she was instrumental in developing the plan for the reorganization of Maryland's higher education system, combining all publicly-funded four year colleges and universities in Maryland into one organization. In 1990, she became the deputy chancellor, and thus the then highest-ranking woman, in the University of Maryland system. When the position was abolished in 1991, due to cost-cutting measures implemented by Chancellor Donald Langenberg, Spencer took a leave of absence for writing and research.

On March 19, 1992, Jean Spencer died from a pulmonary embolus at the age of fifty-eight. Three sisters survived her. In 1993, the Maryland Commission for Women and the Women Legislators of Maryland added her posthumously to the Maryland Women's Hall of Fame.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Papers of Jean Spencer span the years 1963 to 1992 and consist of correspondence; memos; newspaper and magazine clippings; photographs; memorabilia; publications; and research gathered while she worked for Spiro Agnew, both during his term as governor of Maryland and as vice president. Also included are materials gathered by Spencer during her work in the 1970s through the 1990s with Maryland state higher education. Topics covered include the Constitutional Convention of Maryland in 1967, the Executive Reorganization Committee, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the status of women. Also included is a copy of Agnew's vice-presidential resignation letter, as well as memos from the early careers of Donald Rumsfeld and Pat Buchanan.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

Jean Spencer's three sisters, Janet Hartnett, Judith Heisinger, and Jacqueline Porthouse, donated the papers to the University of Maryland Libraries in 1997. The sisters donated additional materials in December 2003.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed by Catherine Coker, November 2003. Revised by Jennie A. Levine, December 2003, June 2006.

Processing note:

The materials were placed in acid-free folders and housed in acid-free boxes. Oversized materials were separated and some larger photographs were removed from their frames and placed in and oversize flat box. Photographs, when practical, were sleeved in mylar. Memorabilia items were separated, wrapped in tissue or housed in envelopes, individually numbered, and added to the Memorabilia Collection. Staples were removed from documents, and newspaper clippings that were deteriorating were photocopied onto acid-free paper or placed between two sheets of acid-free paper. Duplicate items were discarded. 13 additional photographs were incorporated into the collection in 2006.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Janna S. Robinson, February 15, 2005.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Office of the Governor, 1967-1969 (1.00 linear foot)

This series consists of materials gathered by Jean Spencer while she worked for Spiro Agnew during his term as governor of Maryland. Files include press clippings relating to Agnew, copies of press statements, forms, and legislative papers related to the topics of various committees and events. Subjects covered include the Constitutional Convention of Maryland in 1967, the Executive Reorganization Committee, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the status of women in Maryland.

Arangement is alphabetical by topic.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 1967 series 1box 1folder 1
Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 1967 series 1box 1folder 2
Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 1967 series 1box 1folder 3
E-32 Women, Status of, 1968 series 1box 1folder 4
Executive Reorganization Committee, 1968 series 1box 1folder 5
Executive Reorganization Committee, 1968 series 1box 1folder 6
Executive Reorganization Committee, 1968 series 1box 2folder 1
Executive Reorganization Committee -- Reports, 1969 series 1box 2folder 2
Modernization of the Executive Branch of the Maryland Government, 1967 series 1box 2folder 3
Press Releases -- Riot and Task Force, 1967-1968 series 1box 2folder 4
Task Force on Modern Management, July 1967-June 1969 series 1box 2folder 5
Task Force on Modern Management -- Questionnaires, July 1967 series 1box 2folder 6

Series 2: Office of the Vice President, 1969-1973 and undated (2.00 linear feet)

This series consists of materials gathered while Spencer worked for Spiro Agnew during his term as Vice President of the United States. Included are office documents, such as administrative manuals and staff rosters, copies of press releases and press clippings relating to Agnew and his staff, correspondence, and interoffice memos. Spencer collected copies of correspondence, press releases, speeches, and newspaper clippings relating to Spiro Agnew's resignation as vice president in October 1973. Also included in this series are Spencer's files on the Equal Rights Amendment, the Status of Women Conference, and the 1972 Republican National Convention.

Arrangement is alphabetical by heading.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Agnew Biography, [undated] series 2box 1folder 1
Agnew Resignation, 1973 series 2box 1folder 2
Clippings, 1972-1973 series 2box 1folder 3
Clippings -- Mandel, 1971 series 2box 1folder 4
Clippings -- Nixon and Agnew, 1969-1972 series 2box 1folder 5
Congressional Research, 1971-1972 series 2box 1folder 6
Functions -- Councils, December 1968-July 1969 series 2box 1folder 7
Inaugural Committee, 1969 series 2box 1folder 8
Mail Receiving and Analysis, 1969 series 2box 1folder 9
Memos -- From the VP, 1973 series 2box 1folder 10
Memos -- Speech Assignments, April 1973 series 2box 1folder 11
Memos -- Speech and Research Requests, July 17, 1969-July 31, 1972 series 2box 2folder 1
Memos -- Staff Memos from Other Offices, January 1969- December 1969 series 2box 2folder 2
Memos -- Staff Memos from Other Offices, January 1969- December 1969 series 2box 2folder 3
Memos -- Staff Memos from Other Offices, January 1969- December 1969 series 2box 2folder 4
Memos -- Staff Memos from Other Offices, January-September 1973 series 2box 2folder 5
Memos -- Staff Memos Written by Spencer, October 1970-December 1972 series 2box 2folder 6
Memos -- Staff Memos Written by Spencer, October 1970-December 1972 series 2box 2folder 7
Memos -- Staff Memos Written by Spencer, October 1970-December 1972 series 2box 3folder 1
Memos -- Staff Memos Written by Spencer, October 1970-December 1972 series 2box 3folder 2
Memos -- Staff Memos Written by Spencer, October 1970-December 1972 series 2box 3folder 3
Memos -- Staff Memos Written by Spencer, October 1970-December 1972 series 2box 3folder 4
Memos -- Staff Memos Written by Spencer, December 1969-January 1973 series 2box 3folder 5
Memos -- Staff Responsibilities, 1972 series 2box 3folder 6
Memos -- VP Requests and Colson Memos, September 28, 1972-October 16, 1972 series 2box 3folder 7
National Republican Salute to the VP, 1970 series 2box 3folder 8
Notebooks, [undated] series 2box 3folder 9
Press Releases, 1972-1973 series 2box 4folder 1
Republican National Convention, August 1972 series 2box 4folder 2
VP Administrative Manual, 1970 series 2box 4folder 3
VP Events, March 24, 1971-April 29, 1971 series 2box 4folder 4
VP Staff Planning Group, March 1970-July 14, 1970 series 2box 4folder 5
VP [Staff] Rosters, 1969-1970 series 2box 4folder 6
VP Tapes, 1971 series 2box 4folder 7
Women, Status of -- Convention of National Federation of Republican Women, 1973 series 2box 4folder 8
Women, Status of -- ERA, February 1972-March 1972 series 2box 4folder 9
Women, Status of -- ERA/Status of Women Conference, 1971 series 2box 4folder 10
Women, Status of -- ERA/Status of Women Conference, 1971 series 2box 4folder 11

Series 3: University of Maryland, 1975-1992 (0.25 linear foot)

This series consists of materials gathered while Spencer worked in various capacities for the State of Maryland's higher education system, beginning with her time as the Executive Director of the Board of Trustees of the State Universities and Colleges and ending with her position as Deputy Chancellor of the University of Maryland System. Included are correspondence, memos, reports, clippings, and reports documenting Spencer's career.

Arrangement is alphabetical by heading.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Board of Trustees of the State Universities and Colleges (BTSUC), 1975-1988 series 3box 1folder 1
Update, newsletter of the Board of Trustees of the State Universities and Colleges, 1980-1985 series 3box 1folder 2
University of Maryland System, 1987-1992 series 3box 1folder 3
Vita, 1991 series 3box 1folder 4

Series 4: Awards and Certificates, 1954-1990 (17 items)

This series consists of awards and certificates presented to Jean Spencer throughout her education and career. Included are her certification to the Pi Sigma Alpha fraternity, an appointment by Spiro Agnew as "Admiral of the Chesapeake Bay," certificate of membership in the Maryland Commission on the Status of Women, and a Governor's Citation for more than two decades of service to the State of Maryland.

Arrangement is chronological.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Awards and Certificates (Overesize), 1954-1990 series 4box 1folder 1

Series 5: Publications, 1963-1973 and undated (2.0 linear feet)

This series consists of publications written by Spencer, as well as miscellaneous pamphlets, and various magazines she collected that feature cover stories about Agnew and the Nixon Administration. Her own publications include copies Contemporary Local Government in Maryland (1965) and The Legislative Process in Maryland (1963). The miscellaneous pamphlets include Congressional Research booklets, Republican Party pamphlets, and booklets about Maryland and Washington, D. C. The magazines represented include Life, Newsweek, and Time.

Arrangement is by type of publication and then by title.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- Amnesty: A Brief Historical Overview, 1972 series 5box 1folder 1
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- Contemporary Local Government in Maryland by Jean Spencer, 1965 series 5box 1folder 2
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- Great Moments in Maryland's History, [undated] series 5box 1folder 3
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- The Legislative Process in Maryland by Jean Spencer, 1963 series 5box 1folder 4
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- The Office of the Vice President of the United States, [circa 1970] series 5box 1folder 5
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- Promise and Performance: An Analysis of President Nixon's First Term of office, [circa 1970] series 5box 1folder 6
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- Republican Platform "A Better Future for All", 1972 series 5box 1folder 7
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- Social Science Policies: An Annotated List of Recent Literature, 1971 series 5box 1folder 8
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- The Watergate Follies, 1973 series 5box 1folder 9
Books, Pamphlets, and Reports -- A Woman's Guide to Washington, D. C., 1972 series 5box 1folder 10
Magazines -- Life -- "Agnew on the Warpath" (Oversize), October 16, 1970 series 5box 2folder 1
Magazines -- Life -- "The Nixons and the Agnews: Finale at Miami Beach" (Oversize), August 16, 1968 series 5box 2folder 2
Magazines -- Life -- "On the Moon: Footprints and Photographs" (Oversize), August 8, 1969 series 5box 2folder 3
Magazines -- Life -- "The 60s: Decade of Tumult and Change" (Oversize), December 26, 1969 series 5box 2folder 4
Magazines -- Life -- "Spiro Agnew Knows Best" (Oversize), May 8, 1970 series 5box 2folder 5
Magazines -- Newsweek -- "The Spiro of '76?" (Oversize), September 4, 1972 series 5box 2folder 6
Magazines -- Newsweek -- "After Agnew" (Oversize), October 22, 1973 series 5box 2folder 7
Magazines -- Reader's Digest -- Spiro T. Agnew, Vice President Extraordinary (Oversize), 1970 series 5box 2folder 8
Magazines -- Reader's Digest -- "Spiro Spirit" (Oversize), November 9, 1972 series 5box 2folder 9
Magazines -- Time -- "The New No. 2 Gerald Ford" (Oversize), October 22, 1973 series 5box 2folder 10

Series 6: Memorabilia, 1967-1974 and undated (61 items)

This series includes items related to Agnew, Nixon, and the Apollo Project. Among the more notable items are campaign bumper stickers, buttons, and posters; Apollo badges and tumblers; and commemorative awards, medals, pens, and letter openers.

These items are located in the Memorabilia Collection, #1622-1671, 1685, 1686, and 1997-2002.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Memorabilia series 6box 1folder 1
embroidered badge with Apollo symbols, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1622
VP Campaign Staff 1970 badge, 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1623
1969 Inaugural Ball trinket--bronze-colored circlet with clasp and small square "Inaugural Ball" medal attached, 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1624
Official Maryland Symbols brochure with photo of Agnew on cover, ca. 1968 series 6box 1folder 1item 1625
bumper stickers with "Nixon/Agnew" printed on them in red and blue, ca. 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1626
bumper sticker with "Agnew's My Kind of Man for Governor" printed on it, ca. 1967 series 6box 1folder 1item 1627
bumper sticker with "Humphrey Muskie" printed on it, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1628
God Bless Spiro Agnew bumper stickers, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1629
Keep Our Veep button, ca. 1973 series 6box 1folder 1item 1630
button with "Sock It to 'Em Spiro" printed on it, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1631
buttons with "Nixon/Agnew" printed on them in red, ca. 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1632
Now More Than Ever button with photo of Nixon and Agnew, ca. 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1633
Official 1973 Presidential Inaugural Medal card, 1973 series 6box 1folder 1item 1634
thin white metal clip of indeterminate purpose with a red "S" on it, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1635
Nixon/Agnew coloring book--adult humor, ca. 1973 series 6box 1folder 1item 1636
earrings whose design is of red, white and blue bars with a gold 72 superimposed over them, 1972 series 6box 1folder 1item 1637
Come! See! And Hear Agnew flyers for a talk at Brigham Young University, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1638
Inauguration medals, 2 in box, 1 in plastic coin case; medals are bronze or copper with seals on one side and profiles of Nixon and Agnew on the other, 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1639
Inauguration of Pres. And VP program--lists speakers, dinner menu, etc, 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1640
Volunteer reception invitations from Mrs. Nixon, 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1641
Vice President letter opener, in black sheath, in box--has VP seal on handle, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1642
Conservative Party of New York Tenth Anniversary letter opener, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1643
Washington DC car licence plate--1969 Presidential Inauguration, 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1644
Office of the Vice President Matchbooks--have VP seal on one side, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1645
Air Force Two matchbooks with photo of plane on one side, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1646
paperweight (?) with two buttons with "President Nixon" typed on them in lucite block, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1647
blue and silver pen with Agnew's signature on the barrel, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1648
green and silver pen with Agnew's signature on the barrel, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1649
red and silver pen with Agnew's signature on the barrel, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1650
silver and gold pen in box with Agnew's signature on the barrel, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1651
Nixon, Agnew pens with Presidential and VP seals on the barrels, in box, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1652
silver pens with Agnew's signature on the barrel, 2 in bags, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1653
blackand silver pens with Agnew's signature on the barrel, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1654
tiny light blue pin with gold-colored picture of the Capital building on it, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1655
red Capital "Staff" pin, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1656
bronze-colored pin with unidentified device of red and blue lines, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1657
Republican elephant pin , ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1658
star-shaped pin with white body and stylized bars of red and blue around edges, in box, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1659
People Like Governor Mandel pin--black with gold words, of indeterminate shape, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1660
U.S. flag/Maryland flag pin--shaped slightly like bat with flag device on either "wing", ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1661
Apollo 11 commemorative gold-colored plastic coin--has Apollo symbol on one side, astronaut and moon on the other, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1662
Welcome to Campaign '72! Women's Repub. Convention poster, folded and addressed to Spencer, with design of different photographs and newspaper-clippings, 1972 series 6box 1folder 1item 1663
large poster with "Nixon/Agnew" in white letters over a red and blue background, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1664
Presidential Star award, with note in envelope saying what it is and for; big glass star on a wooden base with tiny plaque in the middle, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1665
Free the Watergate 500 sticker, in envelope; black letters on yellow sticker, ca. 1972 series 6box 1folder 1item 1666
Eastern tags--Dr. Jean Spencer Campaign 1970; indeterminate purpose (luggage or id?), 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1667
small card with "Welcome Aboard Air Force Two" printed on it, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1668
tickets to 1969 inaugural concert, 1969 series 6box 1folder 1item 1669
Apollo 11 plastic tumblers: clear plastic with gold-colored design of Apollo symbols on them, ca. 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1670
Wrist watch with blue suede band. Face shows caricature of Spiro Agnew wearing blue shorts with white stars. "Spiro Agnew" is printed on the face., 1970 series 6box 1folder 1item 1671
Six 10" x 14" White House Christmas cards that each include a print of a past President., 1967-1974 series 6box 1folder 1item 1997
One dress pin, a gold bow with the seal of the President of the United States [Nixon]. (gold and navy), ca. 1972 series 6box 1folder 1item 1998
Two round pins (worn on dresses, jackets) with the Vice Presidential [Spiro Agnew] seal. (gold, navy and white]., ca. 1972 series 6box 1folder 1item 1999
One pair of cuff links with the Vice Presidential [Spiro Agnew] seal. (gold, navy and white), ca. 1972 series 6box 1folder 1item 2000
One pair of Inaugural cuff links with the Vice Presidential [Spiro Agnew] seal from the Inaugural Ball 1973. (gold and navy), 1973 series 6box 1folder 1item 2001
Two presentation gold-filled Vice Presidential [Spiro Agnew] seals., ca. 1972 series 6box 1folder 1item 2002
The Great Seal of Maryland 1648. Bronze?, undated series 6box 1folder 1item 2018

Series 7: Photographs, 1967-1972 (78 items)

This series consists of photographs, primarily of Agnew during his tenure as governor and vice president. There are a few photographs of Agnew and Jean Spencer working together. The sizes vary. Most are black and white, but a few are color. Several are "Official White House Photographs." Some are dated with descriptions on the back. Two of them are autographed. There are also photographs of the Nixon family and the White House, as well as a commemorative vice-presidential photo album containing photographs of the Agnew family and the White House.

Arrangement is chronological.

The box inventory for this series is not currently available online. Please refer to the series description above for a broad description of the materials or contact the department for more information.

Related Material

The Papers of Spiro T. Agnew are located in the Archives and Manuscripts Department at the University of Maryland Libraries. Jean Spencer's master's thesis, Soviet and European satellite treatment of resident United States diplomatic personnel since the second World War (1961) and her doctoral dissertation, Area and process in local government (1965) are both available in the Maryland Room, Hornbake Library. Records relating to Spencer's time as Deputy Chancellor of the University of Maryland System are located in the University of Maryland.

Information about Jean Spencer may be found in the Maryland State Archives Biographical Series (MSA SC 3520-13589).

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