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Letter from Horatio Collins King to Luther Marsh
September 12, 1898

Horatio Collins King writes to Hon. Luther R. Marsh, sharing his appreciation for Marsh's work and to sort out an issue referred to as "Niagara."

Location: I-SpahrB-1962-3

Subject: Legal Affairs, Personal and Family Life

Format: Letters/Correspondence

Time Period: 1880-1899

Bachelor of Law Diploma - Leon Prince
1900

Leon Cushing Prince receives his Bachelor of Law Diploma from the Dickinson School of Law in 1900.

Location: Diploma Collection

Subject: Education, Legal Affairs

Format: Certificates and Diplomas

Time Period: 1900-1919

Bachelor of Law Diploma - Harry Frederick
June 8, 1909

Harry Bright Frederick receives his Bachelor of Law Diploma from the Dickinson School of Law on June 8, 1909.

Location: Diploma Collection

Subject: Education, Legal Affairs

Format: Certificates and Diplomas

Time Period: 1900-1919

"The Home of Taney," by Edward Delaplaine
July 4, 1936

Edward S. Delaplaine addresses the Forty-First Annual Meeting of the Maryland State Bar Association with a paper titled "The Home of Taney." Delaplaine, a member of the Frederick Bar and the President of the Roger Brooke Taney Home, Inc., discusses Taney's home and family life.

Location: I-Delaplaine-1967-1

Subject: Legal Affairs, Personal and Family Life, Politics and Government

Format: Speeches and Sermons

Time Period: 1920-1939

"John Dickinson and the Federal Constitution," by J.M. Tunnell, Jr.
September 17, 1952

James M. Tunnell, Jr., an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Delaware, delivers an address entitled "John Dickinson and the Federal Constitution" to several "patriotic groups" such as the Colonial Dames and Sons of the American Revolution on September 17, 1952. This address marks the...

Location: I-TunnellJ-undated-1

Subject: Legal Affairs, Politics and Government

Format: Speeches and Sermons

Time Period: 1940-1959

Address at the Ceremonies Honoring the Chief Justice Taney by Earl Warren
October 24, 1954

United States Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren delivers a speech at the ceremonies held in Frederick, Maryland that honored former Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney (Class of 1795). Warren, who offers a brief overview Taney's legal and political career, comments on Taney's judicial...

Location: I-WarrenE-1955-1

Subject: Legal Affairs, Politics and Government

Format: Speeches and Sermons

Time Period: 1940-1959

LGBT History Project Logo
March 15, 2014

Daniel (Dan) C. Miller’s colorful humor and personality were persistent throughout the interview. He shares his experiences growing up and coming out in his early 30s. His coming out experience was during his time working for Donald L. DeMuth. Specifically, homosexuality was listed as a fireable...

Location: LGBT Oral History - Miller, Dan - 082

Subject: Legal Affairs, LGBT History, Personal and Family Life, Social Reform and Advocacy

Format: Interviews and Oral Histories

Time Period:

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August 27, 2014

Nancy Datres was born in Altoona, Pennsylvania in 1948 and first moved to Harrisburg to pursue computer science after becoming blacklisted by the Altoona Police Department when she was just 27 years old. Thereafter, Nancy moved through several careers, holding positions such as a community...

Location: LGBT Oral History - Datres, Nancy - 020b

Subject: Education, Legal Affairs, LGBT History, Personal and Family Life

Format: Interviews and Oral Histories

Time Period:

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November 19, 2015

In this oral history, Anonymous_001 starts off discussing his family life. He states that his family life was not the best but not the worst, however after his mother left and his father developed borderline personality disorder, he decided to find ways to escape reality. He then goes on to say...

Location: LGBT Oral History - Anonymous - 001

Subject: Legal Affairs, LGBT History, Personal and Family Life

Format: Interviews and Oral Histories

Time Period:

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November 19, 2015

Gretchen Little was born on October 26, 1958 in Elmira, New York. As a child, Gretchen was interested in sports and experimented with wearing women’s clothing in the home. While studying Media Arts at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, Gretchen told some female partners about her...

Location: LGBT Oral History - Little, Gretchen - 067

Subject: Legal Affairs, LGBT History, Personal and Family Life, Social Reform and Advocacy

Format: Interviews and Oral Histories

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