Nabb Research Center- Explore the history and culture of the Delmarva Peninsula

 

EDWARD H. NABB RESEARCH CENTER
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Nabb 25th Anniversary Collection (2007.121)

This collection commemorates the 25th Anniversary of the Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture. It contains various materials concerning the history of the Nabb Center, as well as, information about the actual 25th Anniversary Gala. Photographs and newspaper articles depict the evolution of the Center from its beginnings in 1972, to the cultural haven it has become today. The materials in this collection were used to make project boards illustrating the Nabb Center's 25 year history, and also aided in the compilation of the December 2007 Shoreline.

   

Nabb Christmas Card Collection (2007.120)

This collection contains the original B.W. Denson Christmas Flyer used for the Nabb Research Center's 2007 Christmas Card. A signed Christmas card is also enclosed. E-mails within the collection contain information regarding the history and origin of the flyer. The information was used by Dr. G. Ray Thompson to write a "History Minute" about the flyer, which is also located on the Christmas card.

   

Nabb (Edward H., Sr.) Collection (1998.118)

1 box
This collection contains the personal papers of the benefactor to the Nabb Research Center.

   

Native American Heritage Festival Collection (1994.011sm)

1 folder
This collection contains information on the First Annual Native American Heritage Festival and Powwow held in Somerset County.

   

Native American Miscellaneous Research Collection (2008.043)

This collection contains a variety of materials pertaining to Native American Indian History and their struggles through the mid-20th Century. Included are journals specifically geared toward a Native American audience, as well as, journals with articles written about Native American history and social issues. Research papers document more specific areas of interest within Native American history, while publications address more specific topics as well.

   

Neville (Barry) Church Collection (1990.061)

This collection contains manuscripts and copies of church records for multiple churches and parishes in Worcester county.

   

Newtown Historic District (Salisbury, MD) Collection (1993.004sm)

1 folder
This collection contains materials related to the Newtown Historic District in Salisbury, MD.

   

Nock (Anne B.) Monograph Collection (1992.010)

1 box
1 folder
This collection contains a history manuscript of Onancock, VA in Accomack County titled “Onancock, Virginia, Child of the Bay.”

   

Nock (Mary) Collection (1989.030)

9 boxes
New additions in Box 6 - Clippings (1977 - 1983) Contains articles pertaining to Mary Nock's political career in Maryland, obituary of Nannie L. Burrbage, Mary's twin sister. Also, in the folder are a Salisbury Times article about Frank Perdue and a chronology of Salisbury history up to 1982. - Photographs (1909, 1937, and 1954, 1976-1983) Contains photographs of Mary Nock and her family at social gatherings. Also, included are pictures of political and social friends and a 1909 Quantico School class photo. - Cards and Invitations (1922, 1977-1986) New Box 9 - Awards (1980, 1983) Contains a proclamation from the Governor that September 4, 1983 is Mary Nock Day. Also, included are a certificate from Omicron Delta Kappa at Salisbury State College and a certificate of merit from the Soroptimist of Salisbury. - 2 scrapbooks (1974-1982).

   

 




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