Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Being Ye Historical Map of Baltimore County on its 300th Anniversary is a map drawn by Richard Q. Yardley that showcases the history of Baltimore County.
The John Gilmary Shea History Academy, founded in 1927, was a college society to promote study and research in the field of history. The collection, dated 1927-1960s, consists of correspondence, event programs, meeting minutes, and the organization's constitution.
Phi Alpha Theta (PAT), the National Honor Society in History, was established at Loyola University Maryland in 1973. This collection, dated 1964-1993, consists of correspondence, founding documents, and publications.
This is a hand drawn map of the Kernewood estate located in Baltimore, Maryland, titled "Kernwood" by the original creator. The estate was orignially built by David S. Wilson in the 1840s. The estate was later sold to the Garrett family, and then to Loyola College. The mansion was used as an athletic facility by the College in 1925.
The Nicholas Varga papers, circa 1950-2005, document the life, career, and publications of Loyola history professor and archivist Nicholas Varga. Nicholas Varga (1925-2005) was a decorated Army veteran, archivist, and historian specializing in the history of Maryland and politics of colonial New York.