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Impressions in Print: 2016 UMBC Printmaking Students By University of Maryland Baltimore County
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“Impressions in Print” is an art exhibition at The David Mikow Art Gallery from April 22 to May 27 2016 showing print media works by UMBC art students. All hand-pulled prints are created... More > with the traditional and photographic processes of intaglio drypoint, relief (linoleum cut), monotype, lithography, and screenprinting. This exhibition features 41 print media works by 27 students whose diverse subject matter include portraiture and the body, still life, landscapes: imaginary and visionary, political and social commentary, and works influenced by cultural iconography and history.< Less
Open Water 2017/2018 By St. Mary's College of Maryland
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An Undergraduate Journal produced by the St. Mary's College of Maryland Political Science Department and the student members of Pi Sigma Alpha.
2006 Women Writers Reading By St. Mary's College of Maryland
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Women Writers 2006 is a collection of poems and prose by women across Maryland. Published by St. Mary’s College of Maryland, the collection includes poems and essays representing girls as... More > young as age five and women as old as seventy-five. The aim of the collection is to illustrate writing by women from a variety of backgrounds, to give voice to the experience of women across ethnicities, classes, ages, and sexualities. Women Writers 2006 was produced in conjunction with Women Writers Reading, an annual event that serves as the culminating campus activity for Women’s History Month.< Less
2006 Women Writers Reading By St. Mary's College of Maryland
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Women Writers 2006 is a collection of poems and prose by women across Maryland. Published by St. Mary’s College of Maryland, the collection includes poems and essays representing girls as... More > young as age five and women as old as seventy-five. The aim of the collection is to illustrate writing by women from a variety of backgrounds, to give voice to the experience of women across ethnicities, classes, ages, and sexualities. Women Writers 2006 was produced in conjunction with Women Writers Reading, an annual event that serves as the culminating campus activity for Women’s History Month.< Less
Future Stratford Watercolours By Maryland School & A New Direction
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What will Stratford look like in 100 years? As 2012 sees Stratford in a period of rapid change, local schoolchildren have been looking back in time- and into the future! Reflecting on how Stratford... More > has changed in the past century, the authors and illustrators of this book have used images of new and unrealised architecture to create their own vision of Stratford in 2112 and beyond... The content of this book was produced by students of Maryland Primary School during workshops created as part of the ‘Stratford Explorers’ local history project. Workshops delivered in conjunction with A New Direction by Mark Oliver and Mark Long, with special thanks to Lynne Brackley.< Less
Beyond Evergreen: Writing Our Way into the City By Students of Loyola College in Maryland
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This is an anthology of nineteen essays written by first-year students in Loyola College’s WR100 Effective Writing course during Loyola’s “Year of the City”—the... More > 2006-2007 academic year. The essays were selected by students and faculty in the Department of Writing. The goal of the anthology is to introduce new students—and their parents—to Baltimore and to show readers how Baltimore is an integral part of the Loyola College experience. Essays cover topics—steamed crabs, art, poverty—as well as places—Faidley’s, the Walter’s Art Gallery, the American Visionary Art Museum—frequently associated with Baltimore from the perspective of a first-year college student new to the area.< Less
Ranger Handbook By Maryland National Guard
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Ranger Handbook By Maryland National Guard
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IS Thesis Catalog 2019 By Maryland Institute College of Art
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Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate & Thesis Catalog for 2019
Hilda’s Mascot: A Tale of Maryland, My Maryland By Mary E. Ireland
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Hilda’s Mascot: A Tale of Maryland, My Maryland by Mary E. Ireland. Saalfield, 1902. The author was a very well known translator of German authors to English. This is the story between a boy... More > and a girl that lived is first years in an orphanage. The girl was adopted by the Ashleys. At Ashleys residence, called 'My Lady's Manor', lived Anna Ashburton. One morning a lawyer from Baltimore visited “My Lady’s Manor” on behalf of a client in California—Mr. Reginald Farnsworth—who could prove beyond doubt that he was the legal owner of the property, being the only son and heir of Joshua Farnsworth by a former marriage.< Less

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