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obituaries

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Douglas Huntly Gordon, Jr. papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0368
Overview Douglas Huntly Gordon, Jr. was born in Baltimore in 1903. During the 1930s, he served in the Maryland legislature. In 1938, he founded the Mount Vernon Improvement Association and spent much of the rest of his life fighting to retain the original architectural integrity of Baltimore's Mount Vernon Place. He was also a founder of the Johns Hopkins University Milton S. Eisenhower Library's Friends of the Library. The collection of Douglas Huntly Gordon, Jr. consists mostly of items related to his...

Leslie Frick papers

 Collection
Identifier: PIMS-0068
Overview Leslie Frick was a mezzo-soprano who performed in the United States and Europe from the 1920s to 1960s. Her papers include photographs, an obituary, and two scrapbooks.

Maria Jolas obituary

 Collection — Box 1: [31151030056539]
Identifier: MS-0462
Overview Maria Jolas (1893–1987) was one of the founding members of the international literary journal transition in Paris with her husband Eugene Jolas. The collection consists of an obituary for the writer, Maria Jolas, from 1987.

Mary C. Goodwillie papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0021
Abstract Mary C. Goodwillie was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1870, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Goodwillie. She attended Miss Hershey's School in Boston, there developing a love and appreciation of literature. She came to Baltimore with her family in 1898. Goodwillie was for many years active in the Family Welfare Association and from 1924-1945 was president of the Baltimore Social Service Exchange. She was also president of the Friends of the Johns Hopkins University Library, and during World...

Peabody Institute Office of the Provost records

 Collection
Identifier: PIRG-03
Overview Records documenting the activities of the executive office of the Institute. Includes correspondence from prospective lecturers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Fiske, and James Russell Lowell (1867-1913); correspondence concerning the library, including letters received from Abram Stevens Hewitt of Cooper Union, E. W. Blatchford of the Newberry Library, and Melvil Dewey; numerous letters from the Institute librarian, Philip R. Uhler, to the provost reporting library activities during the...