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Announcing “A Colony in Crisis”

Announcing “A Colony in Crisis”

We are happy to announce the debut of the Colony in Crisis website, where you will find a collection of digitized and translated French pamphlets dealing with the Saint-Domingue grain shortage of 1789. To facilitate access to each pamphlet, we have brought together the French original, a brief historical introduction, and a translation. While the […]

Aeon 101: ORDERING SCANS AND PHOTOCOPIES

Aeon 101: ORDERING SCANS AND PHOTOCOPIES

Starting August 1, all researchers using Special Collections and University Archives, the Prange Collection, and Special Collections in Performing Arts at the University of Maryland will need to create an online account to use materials in the reading room. We know you will have questions about the new policy, and we are here to help! […]

Aeon 101

Aeon 101

Starting August 1, all researchers using Special Collections and University Archives, the Prange Collection, and Special Collections in Performing Arts at the University of Maryland will need to create an online account to use materials in the reading room. We know you will have questions about the new policy, and we are here to help! As part of our […]

Resources for National History Day Participants

Special Collections and University Archives staff recently completed a website outlining the resources we have to offer all National History Day participants. Many of our resources are available online and accessible everywhere. For those local to Prince George’s County, Maryland, we have a wide variety of resources available on site to the public. Please explore […]

Updates from Mass Media and Culture, in Special Collections

Read the latest from staff in Mass Media and Culture. Transmitter Spring 2014

Halloween At Hornbake

Halloween At Hornbake will be an event to remember! Stop by Hornbake Library on Halloween from 12-4 for a Special Collections Open House. We will have candy, pizza, spooky gifts, and crafts. Events include a ghost tour around campus and a photo booth! Be sure to dress up in your best Halloween costumes. Then, from […]

Updates to the availability of the AFL-CIO Collection

There are now 80 AFL-CIO finding aids re-opened! We’ve just completed a new batch of 23 sub-record groups (see list below). There are a few more that we’re working on, including microfilm collections. At this time the microfilm is still under review. We are also working out the best way to retrieve selected published materials […]

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