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UMD Libraries welcomes new Associate Director in Special Collections and University Archives
Catherine Mayfield brings years of experience in the archives field and joins the team on September 6.
John A. Jenkins donates papers documenting his remarkable career
The papers contain historical primary-source documents, and hundreds of hours of historical audio and video relating to major events of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, including interviews with Supreme Court Justices.
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In Support of Women and All Those Affected by the Loss of Reproductive Freedom
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Featured Collections

Six Filipino Americans

Filipino American Community Archives

The Rita M. Cacas Filipino American Community Archives documents Filipino American communities in the Washington, D.C., metro area (including Maryland and Northern Virginia) and in the state of Maryland more broadly.

Filipino American Community Archives
Children's drawing of Bert and Ernie

Children's Television Workshop

The Children's Television Workshop (now known as the Sesame Workshop) is an American nonprofit organization producing educational children's programs. Sesame Street became the first of several CTW programs including The Electric Company, Feeling Good, The Best of Families, and 3-2-1 Contact.

Children's Television Workshop
1963 March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom

AFL-CIO Civil Rights Department

This collection is comprised of the records of the AFL-CIO's Civil Rights Department, primarily from the 1960s through the 1980s, which worked to oppose employment discrimination and for other labor civil rights causes.

AFL-CIO Civil Rights Department
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