Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Centennial Celebration records
The records of the Centennial Celebration document the activities of the Office of Centennial Planning, the Centennial Board, and committees in preparing for the various social festivities, symposia, and other commemorative events undertaken to celebrate Hopkins's hundredth anniversary in 1976.
George William Brown letter to J.W. McCoy
One letter of George William Brown to J.W. McCoy.
Johns Hopkins University Half-Century Anniversary Celebration records
Johns Hopkins University Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration records
Planning for the celebration commemorating the twenty fifth anniversary began on January 6, 1900 when the Academic Council recommended that the Board of Trustees appoint a date for the anniversary celebration. The records of the Twenty Fifth Anniversary Celebration range in date from January 1900 to February 1902. The collection documents quite completely the activities planned for the Celebration, including Daniel Coit Gilman's farewell address and Ira Remsen's inaugural speech.
Luís de Camões newspaper clipping
Luís de Camões, 1524-1580, was a Portuguese poet. This collection consists of facsimiles of "Os Luseadas" printed in 1880 for commemoration of the 300th anniversary of the death of Luís de Camões.
Office of Special Events records
The Office of Special Events is responsible for the planning, coordinating and publicizing of most University-sponsored events, as well as events geared toward public relations and community outreach. The records of the Office of Special Events date from 1947 to 2002. The records consist of correspondence and planning materials, as well as publicity information for the sponsored or coordinated events.
Sesquicentennial of Baltimore collection
The collection consists of letters from out-of-town guests as well as Baltimoreans regarding attendance at the sesquicentennial celebration.
Young Men's Association for Mutual Improvement ribbon
Rewritten from dealer description:
Silk silver ribbon printed in all black. 7 3/4 x 3 inches. Illustrated with an engraved vignette of a Lady Columbia-like figure holding a staff and surrounded by flags, a shield, navigational instruments, and a globe. Above her head in a ribbon are the words, "Intelligence the Life of Liberty." A rare commemorative ribbon celebrating the fourth of July in Albany, New York. The item was printed in 1838.