The papers of Dr. Carrie May Zintl date from 1968-1992 and are mostly related to the latter part of her life and career. Included are syllabi from courses taught by Dr. Zintl in mythology and Greek art, items describing membership in affiliated Hopkins groups (1989-1990), a record of charitable donations (1987-1992), medals and awards received by Dr. Zintl during her distinguished career (1978-1991), and a small quantity of personal correspondence with Milton S. Eisenhower Library staff (1990-1991). Use of part of the collection that includes student recommendations and student letters, 1986-1988, is restricted.
Of interest in the collection are the syllabi for two courses taught by Dr. Zintl: Classical Mythology and Greek Art. Dr. Zintl first began teaching these courses at Mt. St. Agnes College, Baltimore, in 1959 and later taught the same at Loyola and at Hopkins. The teaching outlines include references, assignments, illustrations, and Dr. Zintl's notes. The correspondence relates mostly to Dr. Zintl's many memberships and charitable contributions. A few items describe Dr. Zintl's participation in the Woman's Club and the Senior Alumni at the University. In Box 2 are awards and medals received from Loyola, Johns Hopkins, and the German Society of Maryland. Final items are photographs of Dr. Zintl at University ceremonies, 1991.
Added to the collection in May 1993 were holographic notebooks of Dr. Zintl's paternal grandparents, Eberhard Kurrelmeyer and Bernhardine Veditz [Kurrelmeyer]. The notebooks contain verses from the Bible. Of the two, the notebook of Eberhard Kurrelmeyer is dated 1856-1871.
Also added, May 1993, were items from Dr. Zintl's school years including diplomas, a class picture, ceremonial caps, 1 academic gown and a Hopkins plaque.