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Collected by: University of Maryland

Archived since: Dec, 2010

Description:

This collection contains websites, web-based publications, and other online material supporting archival, manuscript, and other special collections at the University of Maryland Libraries. The following collection concentrations of Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) are reflected in this collection: literature and culture, mass media and culture, and women's history. Additional collection areas are represented by SCUA's other Archive-It collections.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Universities & Libraries Society & Culture

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Title: "It's Arthur Godfrey Time!"

URL: http://betterlivingtv.blogspot.com/2010/01/its-arthur-godfrey-time.html

Description: Archived blog post reflecting on radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's fall from the height of his popularity due to the firing of popular music singer Julius La Rosa.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Arthur Godfrey Time Television

Title: Maryland Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs

URL: http://bpwmaryland.org/

Description: Archived website of the Maryland Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs (BPW/MD), 2015 to present. The Maryland Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. was founded in 1929 as part of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women, a nonpartisan, nondenominational and nonsectarian organization for working women. The BPW/MD website includes information about its advocacy, events, scholarships, local organizations, leadership, history, the BPW Foundation of Maryland, media materials, and membership.

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Subject:   Maryland Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs -- Archives Women -- Societies and clubs -- Archives

Title: Charles Paolino's Blog

URL: http://charlespaolino.wordpress.com/tag/arthur-godfrey/

Description: Archived blog posts about the television and radio variety show Talent Scouts and broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's endorsement of Lipton Tea.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Talent Scouts Television Advertising

Title: An Interview with Milt Moss - Part Two

URL: http://classicshowbiz.blogspot.com/2011/09/interview-with-milt-moss-part-two.html

Description: Archived blog post featuring an interview with Milt Moss in which he discusses his career including an encounter with radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey.

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Subject:   Antisemitism Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Comedians

Title: American Association of University Women College Park (MD) Branch

URL: http://collegepark-md.aauw.net/

Description: Archived website of the American Association of University Women College Park (MD) Branch. Founded in Boston in 1882 by sixty-five female college graduates, the American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the oldest and largest national organization of women in the United States. While advocacy for women and women's educational opportunities have remained basic elements of the AAUW program, international relations, cultural interests, and the quality of community life have become long-standing commitments as well. Currently, the AAUW offers college-educated women conferences and seminars on such subjects as the United Nations and the American family, fellowships for doctoral or postdoctoral work, grants for members to return to school after a five-year absence, a coalition of woman-power influencing local, state, and national legislation, and several publications. The College Park Maryland Branch of AAUW was founded in 1929 by Adele H. Stamp, Dean of Women at the University of Maryland, College Park. The AAUW College Park website includes information about its leadership, news, events, issues, impact, and community involvement.

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Subject:   American Association of University Women - Maryland Division - Archives Women college graduates - Maryland - Societies, etc. - History - Sources Women - Education - Maryland - History - Sources

Title: Andy Rooney and Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://communityvoices.sites.post-gazette.com/index.php/arts-entertainment-living/get-rhythm/30671-andy-rooney-and-arthur-godfrey-/

Description: Archived online article about the role of radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey in actor Andy Rooney's career, published on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Community Voices blog.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Rooney, Andrew A.

Title: Ekleksographia

URL: http://ekleksographia.ahadadabooks.com/

Description: Archived website of Ekleksographia, a journal of digital text-work published by Ahadada Books. Ahadada Books was founded by writer, artist, and editor Jesse Glass in 1998.

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Subject:   American poetry -- 21st century. American literature -- 21st century Experimental poetry, American.

Title: The Dark Side of Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://greatentertainersarchives.blogspot.com/2012/02/dark-side-of-arthur-godfrey.html

Description: Archived blog post about the downfall of radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Television

Title: Arthur Godfrey Roadway

URL: http://hawaii.gov/hawaiiaviation/aviation-photos/1960-1969/honolulu-international-airport/arthur-godfrey-roadway-dedication/

Description: Archived online article about the dedication of the Arthur Godfrey Roadway, named for the radio and television broadcaster, at Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on July 12, 1964.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Airplanes Hawaii

Title: Japan-America Student Conference

URL: http://iscdc.org/jasc/

Description: Archived website of the Japan-America Student Conference (JASC). JASC is a non-profit educational and cultural exchange program for university students from the United States and Japan. The first Conference was held in 1934 in Tokyo and was initiated by a small group of Japanese university students concerned about the deterioration of relations between the United States and Japan. The Conference was held each year until the Second World War forced a postponement; it was revived in 1947 by American and Japanese students then living in Japan. After a second interruption beginning in the mid 1950s, the 16th JASC was held in 1964 in the United States and has alternated betweeen the U. S. and Japan every year since. Notable JASC alumni include Kiichi Miyazawa, the former Prime Minister of Japan (JASC 1939 and 1940) and Henry Kissinger, the former U. S. Secretary of State (JASC 1951). The JASC website includes information about its conferences, application, archives, and news.

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Subject:   Japan-America Student Conference Educational exchanges -- United States Educational exchanges -- Japan Cultural relations -- Congresses

Title: The day I met Arthur Godfrey & Eddie Rickenbacker

URL: http://jrhaferaviationblog.com/jr-hafer-2/jr-hafer/the-day-i-met-arthur-godfrey-eddie-rickenbacker/

Description: Archived blog post whose author reflects on the day he met radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey and Eddie Rickenbacker as a boy.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Airplanes Rickenbacker, Eddie, 1890-1973

Title: MARAC Operations Manual

URL: http://marac-operations-manual.wikidot.com/

Description: Archived copy of the MARAC Operations Manual, a wiki maintained by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC). The Manual, which was retired by the MARAC Web Committee in 2018, was "designed to be a guide outlining the duties and responsibilities of all MARAC Officers, Members-at-Large, Caucus Chairs, Committee Chairs (and members), MARAC Archivist, and MARAC Webmaster. It should serve as the initial introduction to any MARAC member who is elected or appointed to serve the organization. It is intended to be a fluid document which grows and changes as necessary to always be relevant and up-to-date, hence a wiki!" ("Introduction," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20180521135719/http://marac-operations-manual.wikidot.com/, archived May 21, 2018). The wiki includes information about MARAC governance, including specific roles, procedures, and requirements relevant to the organization and its committees.

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Subject:   Archives -- Management Archives -- Middle Atlantic States -- Societies, etc. Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference -- Archives Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference -- Web archives

Title: Maryland National Organization for Women

URL: http://marylandnow.org/

Description: Archived website of the Maryland National Organization for Women. The National Organization for Women (NOW) was founded in 1966 to advocate for women's economic, political, and social equality through education, fundraising, lawsuits, legislative lobbying, protests, and rallies. The Maryland Chapter of NOW was established in 1972 under the leadership of Casey Anne Hughes. The state organization coordinated activities in support of national actions such as campaigning for the ERA as well as supporting involvement in state and local politics. Beginning in the late 1970s, the state council raised funds to pay for a NOW lobbyist in Annapolis, charged with keeping NOW's concerns for women's economic and political rights and, particularly, access to reproductive health care and birth control before the legislature and with keeping NOW members informed about current bills that affected women's issues. The Maryland NOW website includes information about its mission, bylaws, chapters, officers, political action committee (PAC), issues, campaigns, opportunities for participation, resources, and events. The site also hosts a news and opinion blog.

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Subject:   Feminism -- Archival resources Gay rights -- Archival resources National Organization for Women, Maryland Chapter -- Archives Pro-choice movement -- Archival resources Womens rights -- Archival resources National Organization for Women, Maryland Chapter -- Web archives

Title: My Man (Arthur) Godfrey

URL: http://masterofmypublicdomain.blogspot.com/2009/09/our-man-arthur-godfrey.html

Description: Archived blog post providing overview of the career of radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Television

Title: Arthur Godfrey Receives Restoration

URL: http://midatlanticnostalgiaconvention.com/arthur-godfrey-receives-restoration/

Description: Archived online article about the digitization of wire recordings of programs hosted by radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: Cdr. Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://navy.togetherweserved.com/usn/servlet/tws.webapp.WebApp?cmd=ShadowBoxProfile&type=Person&ID=556632

Description: Archived web page containing information about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's military career.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: National Labor College Community

URL: http://nlccommunity.wordpress.com/

Description: Archived community news blog of the National Labor College, George Meany Campus, an AFL-CIO-affiliated college in Silver Spring, Maryland, whose stated mission is: "By establishing the physical and intellectual space for the labor movement to imagine its future, the mission of the NLC is to make higher education available to workers, to prepare union members, leaders and staff for the challenges of a changing global environment; and to serve as a center for progressive thought and learning" ("Mission and Vision," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20131025175327/http://www.nlc.edu/mission.html, archived October 25, 2013). The NLC was founded as a labor studies center in 1969, and renamed the George Meany Center for Labor Studies in 1974 ("Campus History," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20131025175329/http://www.nlc.edu/history.html, archived October 25, 2013). The NLC closed in 2015. The NLC website includes information about its academic programs, admissions, financial aid, advising, alumni services, news, library and archives, administration, faculty, mission and vision, strategic plan, partnerships, Bonnie Ladin Union Skills program, campus and college history, policies, and the NLC Workers Memorial. The NLC blog covers college news, alumni spotlights, student profiles, and general news, including information about the closure of the college.

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Subject:   George Meany Center for Labor Studies -- Web archives

Title: Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://oldqslcards.com/Young_Red.pdf

Description: Archived online article about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's early amateur radio QSL card.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Amateur radio stations

Title: A. Godfrey: A Man for a Long, Long Season

URL: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/06/25/a-godfrey-a-man-for-a-long-long-season/

Description: Archived online article in which Dick Cavett reflects on the influence of radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey on television and his own career.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: More of Our Man Godfrey

URL: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/07/16/more-of-our-man-godfrey/

Description: Archived online article in which Dick Cavett reflects on the career and reputation of radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: Pacifica Network

URL: http://pacificanetwork.org/

Description: Archived website of the Pacifica Network, an affiliated network of listener sponsored radio stations. Founded in 1946 by Lewis Hill, Eleanor McKinney and others as a noncommercial, educational, cultural radio in the San Francisco Bay area, the Pacifica Network has continued to flourish as a completely listener-supported radio network. The goal behind having listener support was to insure a grass-roots forum that would support diversity, freedom of speech, and promote programs according to what the listeners want, not what a corporate sponsor wants. Hill's strong beliefs in open communication and freedom of expression helped Pacifica set precedents concerning freedom of speech in broadcasting. Besides the pioneer station, KPFA (Berkeley), Pacifica Radio consists of KPFK (Los Angeles), WBAI (New York), KPFT (Houston), and WPFW (Washington, DC). The Pacifica Network website includes information about its history, governance, affiliate stations, programs, resources, and news stories.

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Subject:   Public television

Title: Carroll County Anthology

URL: http://peacockjournal.com/jesse-glass-carroll-county-anthology/

Description: Web crawl of Carroll County Anthology, a collection of poems by writer, artist, and editor Jesse Glass, published in the online-only Peacock Journal.

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Subject:   Glass, Jesse -- Archives Carroll County (Md.) -- History Poets, American -- 20th century -- Archives Experimental poetry -- 21st century Folklore -- Maryland -- Carroll County Glass, Jesse -- Web archives

Title: The Rita M. Cacas Foundation, Inc.

URL: http://rmcacas.foundation/

Description: Archived website of The Rita M. Cacas Foundation, Inc. (RMCF). RMCF is a non-profit, charitable organization that helps acquire, preserve, and provide access to histories, culture, and archives of Filipino Americans in metropolitan Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia, supporting the Rita M. Cacas Filipino American Community Archives in partnership with the University of Maryland Libraries. The RMCF website includes information about its mission, goals, projects, calendar of events, Manila House literary landmark, Filipino American Community Archives, and Istorya-DC Symposium. The site also hosts a blog.

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Subject:   Filipino American families Filipinos -- United States Maryland -- Social life and customs -- Archival resources Washington (D.C.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century

Title: Andy Rooney's Joke and Arthur Godfrey's UFO

URL: http://robert-barrow.blogspot.com/2011/11/andy-rooneys-joke-and-arthur-godfreys.html

Description: Archived blog post about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey telling a story about seeing a UFO.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Radio Unidentified flying objects

Title: The WRKL Radio Tribute Website

URL: http://wrkl.org/

Description: Archived web crawls of The WRKL Radio Tribute Website, a fan site for the Rockland County, New York, community radio station. The site includes information about the station's history, as well as streaming and downloadable audio clips from throughout its 35 years on the air.

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Subject:   Radio stations -- New York (State) -- Rockland County -- Archival resources WRKL-AM (Radio station : Rockland County, N.Y.) -- Archives

Title: Association for Educational Communications and Technology

URL: http://www.aect.org/

Description: Archived website of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 2013. Preserved by the University of Maryland Libraries Web Resources Collection Program: Special Collections. This seed is not actively crawled. Formerly crawled on a one-time basis.

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Title: Association for Educational Communications and Technology

URL: http://www.aect.org/newsite/

Description: Archived homepage of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 2013.

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Subject:   Association for Educational Communications and Technology -- Web archives

Title: Ahadada Books

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/

Description: Archived website of Ahadada Books. Ahadada Books was founded by writer, artist, and editor Jesse Glass in 1998, and publishes titles both online and in print, including broadsides, chapbooks, and perfect bound books of diverse literary forms.

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Subject:   American poetry -- 21st century. American literature -- 21st century.

Title: Kittenhood by Catherine Daly with Cathy Eisenhower, Elisa Gabbert, Danielle Pafunda, Kathrine Varnes., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/114/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: A labyrinth of visions : poems., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/119/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Darjeeling, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/122/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: First portions., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/128/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Anne-Marie Derése in translation & the green parrot, English, French

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/133/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Torque, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/138/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Five dances : poems., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/177/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: The found titles project : poems., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/183/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Rock, paper, scissors : poems., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/189/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Attic, shed, and barn : poems., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/190/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Lost in music found again : comprising Sad fates of the songsters by Peter Riley and A thesis on the ballad by Kelvin Corcoran., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/191/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: The heartbeat is a fractal, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/192/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: After Lolita, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/197/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: The meh of z z z z, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/199/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Canto diurno #4 :, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/201/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: A disordered city, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/206/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: My baby fell apart, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/207/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Starlight and shadow, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/208/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Don Quixote goes to the moon., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/54/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Secret kitty., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/60/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: The Milton poems, English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/62/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Sapphic derivations., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/76/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Greek passages (first part), English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/80/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Tergiversation., English

URL: http://www.ahadadabooks.com/content/view/91/43/

Description: Poems.

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Title: Agency for Instructional Technology

URL: http://www.ait.net/

Description: Archived website of the Agency for Instructional Technology (AIT), a non-profit developer and retailer of educational media. AIT's stated mission is "to be the premier provider of services and products to enhance student learning" ("Agency for Instructional Technology (AIT)," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20130104195534/http://www.ait.net/, archived January 4, 2013). The AIT website includes information about its staff, product development, digital content, products, services, catalog, calendar, and announcements.

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Subject:   Education DVDs

Title: Customer Reviews: Arthur Godfrey: The Adventures of an American Broadcaster

URL: http://www.amazon.com/Arthur-Godfrey-Adventures-American-Broadcaster/product-reviews/0786407042/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

Description: Archived Amazon.com webpage listing customer reviews of Arthur Godfrey: The Adventures of an American Broadcaster by Arthur J. Singer (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2000), a biography of the radio and television broadcaster.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: American News Women's Club

URL: http://www.anwc.org/

Description: Archived website of the American News Women's Club (ANWC). The ANWC was founded on April 4, 1932, as the Newspaper Women's Club, with membership limited to women reporters and writers employed by newspapers. Today, the ANWC embraces a diverse group of journalists, independent authors and professional communicators representing newspapers, radio and television stations, publishing companies, Web sites, public relations firms, corporations, academic institutions and government. Its broader membership base reflects an evolving news profession. The ANWC website includes information about its mission, history, leadership, committees, scholarship program, membership, programs, photo galleries, news, press center, annual awards dinner, newsletter (Shop Talk) and headquarters and event space (Cranford House).

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Subject:   American News Women’s Club -- Archives Women journalists -- Societies and clubs -- Archives

Title: ArchCampbell.org

URL: http://www.archcampbell.org/

Description: Archived personal website of movie critic Arch Campbell. Arch Campbell has been reporting on film and local theater and entertainment in Washington, D.C. since the 1970s. He is most known for his coverage of movies and the arts on WRC-TV, the local NBC-owned station on which he hosted segments for 32 years. In January of 2007, he joined WJLA-TV/ABC7 and NewsChannel 8. ArchCampbell.org includes information about his movie reviews, career, DVD reviews, newsletter, and weekend movie guide.

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Subject:   Motion pictures -- Reviews.

Title: Godawful Godfrey

URL: http://www.dograt.com/2008/03/20/godawful-godfrey/

Description: Archived blog post and reader comments about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's novelty song "Slap Er Down Agin Paw."

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: Clarke Ingram's DuMont Television Network Historical Web Site

URL: http://www.dumonthistory.tv/

Description: Archived unofficial website about the history of the DuMont (a.k.a. Du Mont) network, created by a fan researcher. The website includes information about stations, programming, locations, and affiliates.

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Subject:   Television Du Mont Television Network

Title: Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://www.findadeath.com/forum/showthread.php?706-Arthur-Godfrey

Description: Archived bulletin board thread about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey on FindADeath.com

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Television

Title: Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6813947

Description: Archived web page about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's burial place at Find A Grave.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://www.hmhof.org/forum/posts.php?catg=1&page=1&topic=1021

Description: Archived thread from the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame & Museum Forum in which users discuss the use of Hawaiian music on the programs of radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Television Music--Hawaii

Title: Julie's Story

URL: http://www.juliuslarosa.com/julie%27sstory.html

Description: Archived webpage about popular music singer Julius La Rosa's success and abrupt firing from radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's program.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 La Rosa, Julius Television

Title: Katherine Salant's Rethink Your House

URL: http://www.katherinesalant.com/

Description: Archived website of Katherine Salant. Salant is an architecture writer known for her "Housewatch" column, published in The Washington Post since 1994 and syndicated nationally ("About Katherine," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20180416160506/http://www.katherinesalant.com/about_katherine.html, archived April 16, 2018). Her writing covers topics including emotional intelligence, home building and remodeling, and green building. The website includes information about Salant's tips and checklists for homeowners, an index of columns, and media coverage. Salant also published a blog (http://katherinesalant.blogspot.com/), which she links to from her website.

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Subject:   Salant, Katherine -- Web archives

Title: Maryland Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

URL: http://www.marylandafcs.org/

Description: Archived website of the Maryland Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (MAFCS), an affiliate of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences founded in 1917 (as the Maryland Home Economics Association) to educate the public on the value of home economics. Its stated mission is "To provide leadership and support for professionals whose work assists individuals, families, and communities in making informed decisions about their well being, relationships, and resources to achieve optimal quality of life" ("About MAFCS," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20180419160651/http://www.marylandafcs.org/?page_id=16, archived April 19, 2018). The MAFCS website includes information about its history, vision, mission, core values, bylaws, executive board, membership information, events, newsletter, professional awards, and blog.

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Subject:   Maryland Home Economics Association -- Archives Home economics -- Maryland Home economics -- Scholarships, fellowships, etc. -- Maryland

Title: Directory of Maryland Municipal Officials

URL: http://www.mdmunicipal.org/DocumentCenter/View/1811

Description: Archived web crawl of the Directory of Maryland Municipal Officials, December 17, 2015. Preserved by the University of Maryland Libraries Web Resources Collection Program in the Maryland State Documents collection. Web archives of this Directory are captured via the seed http://www.mdmunicipal.org/ (2015 to present).

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Title: Directory of Maryland Municipal Officials

URL: http://www.mdmunicipal.org/DocumentCenter/View/2379

Description: Archived web crawls of the Directory of Maryland Municipal Officials, August 16 and October 21, 2016. Preserved by the University of Maryland Libraries Web Resources Collection Program in the Maryland State Documents collection. Web archives of this Directory are captured via the seed http://www.mdmunicipal.org/ (2015 to present).

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Title: Godfrey, Arthur

URL: http://www.museum.tv/eotvsection.php?entrycode=godfreyarth

Description: Archived online biography of radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey from the Museum of Broadcast Communications.

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Subject:   Television Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: Music Library Association

URL: http://www.musiclibraryassoc.org/

Description: Archived website of the Music Library Association, 2013. The Music Library Association (MLA) was established for music librarians and scholars alike to promote the establishment, growth and use of music libraries; to encourage the collection of music and musical literature; and to search for ways to improve music libraries. The MLA website includes information about its advocacy, awards and grants, organizational structure, constitution, by-laws, history, minutes and reports, annual meetings, publications, member handbooks, and the profession of music librarianship.

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Subject:   Music Library Association Music libraries

Title: District of Columbia Caucus of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC)

URL: http://www.nasm.si.edu/research/arch/temp/marac/index.html

Description: Archived website of the Washington DC Caucus of MARAC, active approximately 2000-2003. Begun in 1972, MARAC is a volunteer, regional consortium of archivists who live and work in the states of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. The site contains information about Caucus activities as well as a run of quarterly newsletters (2000-2002).

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Subject:   Archives -- Management Archives -- Middle Atlantic States -- Societies, etc. Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference -- Archives Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference -- Web archives

Title: National Friends of Public Broadcasting

URL: http://www.nfpb.org/

Description: Archived website of the National Friends of Public Broadcasting (NFPB). Incorporated in 1970, NFPB is an autonomous and independent national organization for volunteers in public broadcasting. Its purposes are to help local volunteer groups organize, encourage community involvement and support for public television and to create an informed national constituency of lay people to represent concerned citizens, as well as the needs and problems of public television. It emphasizes the role and importance of the volunteer, and promotes cooperation between station management and volunteers as well as the exchange of ideas among local volunteer groups. The NFPB website includes information about its annual meetings, awards, training programs, advocacy, and membership.

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Subject:   Public television Public radio

Title: National Labor College

URL: http://www.nlc.edu/

Description: Archived website of the National Labor College (NLC), an AFL-CIO-affiliated college in Silver Spring, Maryland, whose stated mission is: "By establishing the physical and intellectual space for the labor movement to imagine its future, the mission of the NLC is to make higher education available to workers, to prepare union members, leaders and staff for the challenges of a changing global environment; and to serve as a center for progressive thought and learning" ("Mission and Vision," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20131025175327/http://www.nlc.edu/mission.html, archived October 25, 2013). The NLC was founded as a labor studies center in 1969, and renamed the George Meany Center for Labor Studies in 1974 ("Campus History," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20131025175329/http://www.nlc.edu/history.html, archived October 25, 2013). The NLC closed in 2015. The NLC website includes information about its academic programs, admissions, financial aid, advising, alumni services, news, library and archives, administration, faculty, mission and vision, strategic plan, partnerships, Bonnie Ladin Union Skills program, campus and college history, policies, and the NLC Workers Memorial.

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Subject:   George Meany Center for Labor Studies -- Web archives

Title: George Meany Memorial Archives

URL: http://www.nlc.edu/archives/home.html

Description: Archived website of the George Meany Memorial Archives, 2013. Until 2013, George Meany Memorial Archives was a part of the George Meany Center for Labor Studies and the official archives of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. The website includes information about its location, hours, holdings, access to collections, policies, exhibits, publications, and resources for specific user groups such as students, teachers, and trade unionists.

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Subject:   George Meany Memorial Archives George Meany Center for Labor Studies

Title: Tea Time On Talent Scouts Program

URL: http://www.old-time.com/commercials/1940%27s/Godfrey%27s%20Tea.htm

Description: Archived web page about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's advertising for Lipton Tea.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Television Advertising

Title: Prince George's County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations

URL: http://www.pgcptac.org/

Description: Archived website of the Prince George's County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations (PGCCPTA), 2015 to present. The PGCCPTA was organized in May 1941, by the memberships of five local Parent-Teacher Associations (PTAs): Greenbelt Elementary, Greenbelt High, Mt. Rainier High, Oxon Hill Elementary, and Riverdale Elementary schools. The mission of the PGCCPTA was to strengthen and improve local PTAs ("units") and their programs; compile, evaluate, and report information about children and their needs; provide workshops and training sessions for their members; and provide a means for local PTAs to coordinate their efforts. The PGCCPTA was an unincorporated organization which, along with the individual PTAs, was chartered under the Maryland Congress of Parents and Teachers (MCPT), a state branch of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers (NCPT). The MCPT approved the bylaws of the PGCCPTA as well as the local units and examined the PGCCPTA's records and accounts for accuracy. In 2000, the MCPT revoked the charter of the PGCCPTA for undisclosed reasons. The charter was reinstated the following year, but was once again revoked in 2007 for failure to keep accurate records of bylaws, minutes, and financial documents. The PGCCPTA was re-established in 2010. The PGCCPTA website includes information about its mission, officers, local units, calendar, training, resources for running PTAs, advocacy, and council membership.

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Subject:   Children -- Health and hygiene -- Maryland -- Prince George's County Kindergarten -- Maryland -- Prince George's County Prince George's County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations (Prince George's County, Md.) -- Archives School Integration -- Maryland -- Prince George's County Sex instruction -- Maryland -- Prince George's County Teachers -- Salaries, etc. -- Maryland -- Prince George's County Prince George's County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations (Prince George's County, Md.) -- Web archives

Title: Arthur Godfrey - Teterboro Tower

URL: http://www.pilotsofamerica.com/forum/showthread.php?t=30700

Description: Archived Pilots of America forum thread in which users discuss Arthur Godfrey's buzzing of Teterboro Tower.

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Subject:   Airplanes Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983

Title: Professional Restoration, Inc.

URL: http://www.professionalrestoration.com/

Description: Archived website of Professional Restoration, Inc., a Shady Side, Maryland, company formed in 1987 to provide expert technical and practical assistance to contractors, architects, developers, and government agencies concerning the use and maintenance of stone and metals as building materials. The company also performed actual restoration, reparation, and maintenance work on monuments, sculptures, and buildings. Professional Restoration closed in 2003. Its website includes information about its services, projects, Small Business Administration certificates, carvings, goals, awards, and staff.

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Subject:   Professional Restoration, inc. -- Archives Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- Washington (D.C.) Monuments -- Conservation and restoration -- Washington (D.C.) Sculpture -- Conservation and restoration -- Washington (D.C.) William Howard Taft Bridge (Washington, D.C.) -- Conservation and restoration Smithsonian Institution Building (Washington, D.C.) -- Conservation and restoration Fort McHenry (Baltimore, Md.) -- Conservation and restoration

Title: Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://www.radiohof.org/musicvariety/arthurgodfrey.html

Description: Archived National Radio Hall of Fame web page about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's radio career.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Radio

Title: Silver Spring Nursery School

URL: http://www.silverspringnurseryschool.org/

Description: Archived website of Silver Spring Nursery School, 2015-2016. The school was founded in 1941 by a group of mothers active in the Montgomery County League of Women Voters who expanded their children's play group into a nursery school. The Silver Spring Nursery School website includes information about its philosophy, admission policies, tuition, parent education, teachers, classes, and events.

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Subject:   Silver Spring Nursery School (Silver Spring, Md.) -- Archives Nursery schools -- Maryland -- Silver Spring -- Archives

Title: The Sugar Quill

URL: http://www.sugarquill.net/

Description: Archived website of the The Sugar Quill, an online Harry Potter fan community focusing on literature and writing, that was active 2001 to 2009. The Sugar Quill website includes sections for frequently asked questions, essays, Sugar Quill history, fan fiction and writing, fan art, discussion forums, and administrative links.

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Subject:   Potter, Harry (Fictitious character) -- Fan fiction Fan fiction -- Web archives

Title: The Sugar Quill Forum

URL: http://www.sugarquill.net/forum/

Description: Archived discussion forum of the The Sugar Quill, an online Harry Potter fan community focusing on literature and writing. The Sugar Quill was active from 2001 to 2009 and the forums were active until 2008. During this period, 9,324 registered members published 411,458 posts, and the number of online users peaked at 304 on April 15, 2008 ("Board Statistics," http://wayback.archive-it.org/2269/20141209232945/http://www.sugarquill.net/forum/, archived December 9, 2014). The forum includes major sections on Harry Potter, the Sugar Quill Community, The Art of Writing, site help, Archives, Draco Malfoy, Straight Outta Hogzmeade, and The Sugar Quill and the Toenail of Icklibõgg.

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Subject:   Potter, Harry (Fictitious character) -- Fan fiction Fan fiction -- Web archives

Title: The Sugar Quill Index of /stories

URL: http://www.sugarquill.net/stories/

Description: Archived story index of the The Sugar Quill, an online Harry Potter fan community focusing on literature and writing. The Sugar Quill was active from 2001 to 2009.

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Subject:   Potter, Harry (Fictitious character) -- Fan fiction Fan fiction -- Web archives

Title: Having Abandoned the Vehicular Eye

URL: http://www.towerjournal.com/winter_10/vehicular.swf

Description: Archived Flash video of the digital poem "Having Abandoned the Vehicular Eye," a collaboration between poets Jesse Glass and Mary Ann Sullivan published in the Winter 2010 edition of The Tower Journal.

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Subject:   Glass, Jesse -- Archives Carroll County (Md.) -- History Poets, American -- 20th century -- Archives Experimental poetry -- 21st century Folklore -- Maryland -- Carroll County Glass, Jesse -- Web archives

Title: Arthur Godfrey

URL: http://www.ukulele.org/?Inductees:2000-2001:Arthur_Godfrey

Description: Archived web page about radio and television broadcaster Arthur Godfrey's popularization of ukuleles. Godfrey was inducted into the Ukelele Hall of Fame in 2001.

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Subject:   Godfrey, Arthur, 1903-1983 Ukulele

Title: Shirley Povich Tribute

URL: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/sports/longterm/general/povich/povich.htm

Description: Archived Washington Post online tribute to Shirley Povich (1905-1998), newspaper sports editor and columnist for The Washington Post for 41 years. The tribute includes a selection of Povich's columns on baseball, boxing, football, and current events. It also includes Povich's obituary, biography, interviews with Povich, readers' e-mail condolence messages, and personal recollections by Post writers Tony Kornheiser, Michael Wilbon, and Thomas Boswell Povich, who retired in 1973, was only 21 when he became the youngest sports editor in the country. He subsequently began his own sports column, "This Morning with Shirley Povich." The column was briefly halted while he reported in the Pacific Theater during World War II, from 1944 to 1945. Povich's columns mark many important events, including the 1972 Munich Olympics and hostage crisis, and the 1932 World Series and Babe Ruth's "called shot." Povich was extremely interested in the Washington, D.C. sports teams, including the Nationals and the Redskins, and had a tumultous relationship with the Redskins owner George Preston Marshall, often calling him out in his columns for his lack of racial integration on the field. In the span of his career, Povich wrote over 15,000 columns. He officially retired in 1973, but still wrote more than 500 pieces after his "retirement". In 1995, Povich was honored by The Post publisher, Donald Graham, for his 75th anniversary at the newspaper.

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Subject:   Sports journalism

Title: Arch Campbell Show

URL: http://www.wjla.com/blogs/arch-campbell-show/

Description: Archived blog published by The Arch Campbell Show, a movie reviews and entertainment program airing on WJLA in Washington, D.C. Arch Campbell has been reporting on film and local theater and entertainment in Washington, D.C. since the 1970s. He is most known for his coverage of movies and the arts on WRC-TV, the local NBC-owned station on which he hosted segments for 32 years. In January of 2007, he joined WJLA-TV/ABC7 and NewsChannel 8.

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Subject:   Television Motion pictures -- Reviews.

Title: Morris S. Novik: Public Radio Pioneer

URL: http://www.wnyc.org/blogs/archives/2012/jul/13/morris-s-novik-public-radio-pioneer/

Description: Archived blog post about the career of Morris S. Novik (1903-1996), first Director of the Municipal Broadcasting System of New York City. Published on the New York Public Radio Archives blog, "WNYC Archives & Preservation." Morris Novik entered the field of broadcasting in 1932 when he took over the management of the radio station WEVD in New York. During this period he founded the University of the Air. In 1938, he accepted a position as director of communications for the city of New York, and director of station WNYC. While in this post, Novik coined the term "Public Broadcasting." He also became involved in the genesis of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, serving as its first executive secretary from 1941 to 1948. After leaving WNYC in 1946, Novik helped establish radio stations in Detroit and Cleveland. Novik maintained a long relationship with the labor movement, serving as a communications consultant for the American Federation of Labor and later for the merged American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO). His career also included presidential appointments.

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Subject:   Public radio Novik, Morris S.

Title: WPA Today

URL: http://www.wpatoday.org/Home_Page.html

Description: Archived web crawls of WPA Today, a blog about the history of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in Maryland, by independent scholar and historic preservation enthusiast Brent McKee. WPA Today includes pages on WPA history and outputs, themed exhibits of project sites in Maryland, tours, videos, notable quotes, and a newsletter. The site makes broad use of public domain photographs taken by the WPA and preserved by Special Collections and University Archives at the University of Maryland Libraries.

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Subject:   Public service employment -- Maryland -- History -- Sources United States. -- Federal Civil Works Administration -- History -- Sources United States. -- Work Projects Administration (Md.) -- Archives United States. -- Work Projects Administration (Md.) -- Management -- History -- Sources United States. -- Work Projects Administration (Md.) -- Photograph collections United States. -- Work Projects Administration (Md.) -- Web archives

Title: American Association of University Women of Maryland

URL: https://aauw-md.aauw.net/

Description: Archived website of the American Association of University Women of Maryland, 2015 to present. Founded in Boston in 1882 by sixty-five female college graduates, the American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the oldest and largest national organization of women in the United States. While advocacy for women and women's educational opportunities have remained basic elements of the AAUW program, international relations, cultural interests, and the quality of community life have become long-standing commitments as well. Currently, the AAUW offers college-educated women conferences and seminars on such subjects as the United Nations and the American family, fellowships for doctoral or postdoctoral work, grants for members to return to school after a five-year absence, a coalition of woman-power influencing local, state, and national legislation, and several publications. The Maryland State Division was officially launched on November 18, 1942. The current objectives of the Maryland Division of the AAUW are to assist in the formation of new branches in the state, to give and receive suggestions from other state branches, and provide backing for programs of individual Maryland chapters. The division also actively sponsors a variety of programs and projects in such areas as community, education, cultural interests, international relations, women's issues, and legislative concerns. The AAUW of Maryland website includes information about its blog, calendar, public policy, legislative alerts, newsletters, branches, tools for leaders, college and university partners, membership benefits, and Maryland Women of Distinction Fund.

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Subject:   American Association of University Women, Maryland Division Women College Graduates - Maryland - Societies - History - Sources Women - Education - Maryland - History - Sources

Title: Association for Childhood Education International

URL: https://acei.org

Description: Archived website of the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI), an organization of teachers, parents, and other adults interested in promoting good educational practices for children from infancy through early adolescence. Maintaining a staff of thirteen, ACEI is headquartered in Wheaton, Maryland, and currently has a membership of 13,000, with thirty-one state groups and 153 local groups. Established in 1892 as the International Kindergarten Union, ACEI is the oldest professional association of its type in the United States. Currently, its goals are to promote the inherent rights, education, and well-being of all children in home, school, and community; to promote desirable conditions, programs, and practices for children from infancy through early adolescence; to raise the standard of preparation for teachers and others who are involved with the care and development of children; to encourage continuous professional growth of educators; to bring into active cooperation all individuals and groups concerned with children; and to inform the public of the needs of children and the ways in which various programs must be adjusted to fit those needs and rights. In order to meet these goals, ACEI conducts workshops and travel/study tours abroad and offers awards for excellence in education. They also maintain liaison with government agencies, cooperating organizations, teaching institutions, and manufacturers and designers of materials and equipment for children. In addition to publishing books and pamphlets on a variety of subjects and bibliographies of children's literature, ACEI produces the ACEI Exchange monthly, Childhood Education five times per year, and the Journal of Research in Childhood Education biennially. The ACEI website includes information about its mission, values, beliefs, leadership, affiliations, membership, programs, publications, code of ethics, and news.

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Subject:   Association for Childhood Education International (U.S.) -- Archives Education, Elementary -- United States -- History -- Sources International Kindergarten Union -- Archives National Council of Primary Education (U.S.) -- Archives Association for Childhood Education International (U.S.) -- Web archives

Title: AFL-CIO

URL: https://aflcio.org/

Description: Archived website of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 2013 to present. The AFL-CIO, formed in 1955 through a merger of the AFL and CIO, is the largest federation of trade unions in the United States, representing 12.5 million workers. The AFL-CIO website includes information about its affiliated unions, executive council statements, labor history, leadership, unions, allies, programs, calls for action, benefits programs, advocacy issues, legislative alerts, voting records, and reports.

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Subject:   AFL-CIO -- Web archives

Title: Alliance for Women in Media

URL: https://allwomeninmedia.org/

Description: Archived website (2013 to present) of the Alliance for Women in Media, formerly American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT), a professional organization based in Lexington, Kentucky, that advocates for the advancement of women in the field of media. AWRT was formed in 1951 as a response to the National Association of Broadcasters's (NAB) decision to dissolve its women's division, the Association of Women Broadcasters. Its stated mission is to "advance the impact of women in the electronic media and allied fields by educating, advocating, and acting as a resource to our members and the industry." Along with serving as an advocate for women in the broadcasting and cable industries, AWRT also provides job information services, professional development programs and works to provide networking opportunities for its members. Since 1953, AWRT has staged a yearly national convention consisting of workshops, panel discussions and other events for its members. In 1960, AWRT formed its Educational Foundation, the first broadcasting organization to ever do so. The Foundation sponsors educational programs, charitable activities, scholarships, and its annual Gracie Allen Awards. The Alliance for Women in Media website includes information about its board of directors, trustees, staff, annual reports, newsletter, awards program, foundation, events, membership, and career center.

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Subject:   Television Radio

Title: American Political Items Collectors

URL: https://apic.us/

Description: Archived website of American Political Items Collectors (APIC), a non-profit membership organization that specializes in political memorabilia, 2015 to present. APIC encourages the collection, preservation, and study of political campaign-related materials with the goal of better understanding American politics. The APIC website includes information about its membership, background, news, and events.

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Subject:   American Political Items Collectors (Organization) -- Archives Political collectibles -- United States

URL: https://archivalhistory.news/

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Title: Maryland Thoroughbred

URL: https://marylandthoroughbred.com/cms/

Description: Archived web crawls of Maryland Thoroughbred, the website of the Maryland Horse Breeders Association, 2015-present. The Maryland Horse Breeders Association was founded in 1929 as an agency dedicated to the promotion and protection of the Maryland horse industry. This website includes information about its board, staff, membership, news, events, registry, foundation, and store.

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Subject:   Horse breeds -- Maryland -- History -- Sources Horse racing -- Maryland -- History -- Sources Horse-shows -- Maryland -- History -- Sources Maryland Horse Breeders Association -- Archives Maryland Horse Breeders Association -- Web archives

Title: Maryland Association for Family and Community Education (MDAFCE)

URL: https://mdafce.org/

Description: Archived website of the Maryland Association for Family and Community Education (MDAFCE), Founded in 1938, the Maryland Extension Homemakers Council (MEHC), now known as the MDAFCE, was established to educate rural women of the state of Maryland through an organized fashion with the assistance of the Cooperative Extension Service. This was accomplished through various activities supported by the MEHC and the Cooperative Extension Service such as home demonstration work and the Rural Women's Short Course (RWSC). The MDAFCE website includes information about its mission, membership, programs, lessons, awards, Maryland state officers, county affiliates, calendar, archives, news, and links to the National FCE.

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Subject:   Maryland Extension Homemakers Council -- Archives Home economics extension work -- Maryland -- Societies, etc. -- Archives

Title: Maryland Veterinary Medical Association

URL: https://mdvma.org/

Description: Archived website of the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA), 2015 to present. The Maryland State Veterinary Medical Association held its first meeting in September, 1885, making it one of the oldest state veterinary associations. The MVMA has been involved in many activities relating to the veterinary profession, such as advocating relevant state and federal legislation and establishing standards within the field. Also involved in educational activities, the Association donated scholarship money and established one of the first programs to train veterinary nurses. During the first century of its existence over 1500 scientific papers were presented at MVMA meetings. The MVMA has also sponsored an active publishing program for journals, books, and newsletters. The MVMA website includes information about its membership, continuing education calendar, career resources, legislation, advocacy, communication, news, industry partners, and classifieds.

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Subject:   Maryland Veterinary Medical Association -- Archives Veterinarians -- Maryland -- Biography Veterinary medicine -- Maryland -- History -- Sources Maryland Veterinary Medical Association -- Web archives

Title: National Federation of Community Broadcasters

URL: https://nfcb.org/

Description: Archived website of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB), 2013 to present. NFCB is a national, grass-roots, non-profit organization which has served non-commercial community-based radio stations since 1975. There are currently some 170 stations, producers, and organizations in the membership of NFCB, representing diverse communities from remote regions of Alaska to densely populated cities, in markets ranging from Native American reservations to large metropolitan areas. The NFCB website includes information about its services, membership, staff, board of directors, publications, awards, budget, news, annual conference, and training resources.

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Subject:   Public radio

Title: Philippines on the Potomac (POPDC): Filipino-American Stories in Washington, DC

URL: https://popdc.wordpress.com/

Description: Archived website of Philippines on the Potomac (POPDC): Filipino-American Stories in Washington, DC, 2015 to present. POPDC, part of the Filipino American Community Archives, established in a strategic partnership between the Rita M. Cacas Foundation, Inc., and the University of Maryland Libraries, documents the history of Filipinos in the D.C. area. The POPDC website includes information about its mission, street map, articles, media mentions, and exhibits.

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Subject:   Brazal family -- Photographic collections Buena family -- Photographic collections Cacas family -- Photographic collections Calabia family -- Photographic collections Filipino American families Filipinos -- United States Fuñ family -- Photographic collections Gaudiel-Toribio family -- Photographic collections Lagoy family -- Photographic collections Madelo family -- Photographic collections Maryland -- Social life and customs -- Archival resources Mondoño family -- Photographic collections Panganiban-Chapman family -- Photographic collections Parades family -- Photographic collections Puyot family -- Photographic collections Quidangen family -- Photographic collections Sailors -- United States -- Photographic collections Sarmiento family -- Photographic collections Taxicab drivers -- Photographic collections Washington (D.C.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century

Title: The Rita M. Cacas Foundation, Inc.

URL: https://ritacacas.net/index.html

Description: Archived website of The Rita M. Cacas Foundation, Inc. (RMCF). RMCF is a non-profit, charitable organization that helps acquire, preserve, and provide access to histories, culture, and archives of Filipino Americans in metropolitan Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia, supporting the Rita M. Cacas Filipino American Community Archives in partnership with the University of Maryland Libraries. The RMCF website includes information about its mission, goals, projects, calendar of events, Manila House literary landmark, Filipino American Community Archives, and Istorya-DC Symposium. The site also hosts a blog.

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Subject:   Filipino American families Filipinos -- United States Maryland -- Social life and customs -- Archival resources Washington (D.C.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century

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