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Laura's book includes hand written signatures, poems, verses, messages and drawings by the Jewish Community between 1875 - 1895. Among the contents are two original sheet music from Baltimore's composers John Schomann and John Linhard. The book also has signatures by Miss Jennie Putzel, a Baltimore choir singer, and Louis Lauer, who had imigrated to America from Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. It also has a long poem written by Joseph Sigmund (born 1856) who was in the advertising business.
Collection consists of manuscripts, corrected typescripts, corrected page proofs, and galley sheets.
This collection consists of two sets of rectangular glass slides titled “100 Views for the Stereograph” and a small viewing instrument made from chromed metal. The items were likely created in the 1890s. The creator is currently unknown.
Alfred Jack Thomas was an African American composer, educator, and conductor who served as a bandmaster in the United States Army and became the first African American to conduct the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. The A. Jack Thomas papers contain manuscript scores and instrumental parts for three of his compositions for orchestra: Mirage, Scenes Pastoral, and Etude en Noir.
A manuscript account (written in 1818) of a journey from Wilmington to Baltimore and back, with a brief description of the former city, and a more lengthy, detailed discussion of the latter. Signed by "Rustic."
Receipt from Aaron Burr to Alexander Hamilton, 5 March 1789.
This collection consists of one menu and one printing plate from aproximately 1928 related to the A.B. and W. Club brothel, bar, and casino in Mexicali, Mexico.
Abel Wolman was an American inventor, scientist, professor and pioneer of modern sanitary engineering. The papers trace Abel Wolman's active career as teacher, consulting engineer and advisor to local, national, and international agencies and include correspondence, documents, and files documenting his various activities from 1901-1989.
Abraham G. Osler and Sonia F. Osler were two 20th century physicians practicing in New York and Baltimore, Maryland. The collection includes personal correspondence, notes, publications, and professional correspondence. Notably there is a transcript of Sonia Olser's deposition before the House Committee on Un-American Activities.