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An interdisciplinary, collaborative student-centered research project that connects alumni and the wider community to the history of the university.
Baltimore-based musician Shodekeh Talifero documents his life's journey and artistic process in this first living archive of a professional beatboxer. This collection celebrates vocal percussion, breath art, Hip Hop, dance, and more.
A collection of letters from Jewish-American infantryman Leon Bloomberg to his wife, Esther Bloomberg. Written during the end of World War II, September 1944 to February 1946.
Towson's Women's Studies program was established in 1973. This collection documents the creation and evolution of Women's Studies at Towson through the years with course materials, publications, and commemorative documents from the program's 20th, 30th, and 50th anniversaries.
University associated marketing materials and publications, including course catalogs, yearbooks, newspapers, alumni magazines, handbooks, history books, and vidoes.
Collections illuminating student life at Towson University, including student publications, student organizations, Greek Life, athletics, student handbooks, class histories, student governance assocations, and more.
Collections made by and for alumni of Towson University, including alumni association records, magazines and publications, commencement materials, theses and dissertations, homecoming events, oral histories with graduates, and more.
Collections pertaining to World War II, including soldiers’ experiences, the home front, the Nuremberg Trials, and the Holocaust.
This collecting area features materials pertaining to Jewish culture and religion, including rare books, sculptures, artifacts, and manuscripts, as well as materials within the Baltimore Hebrew Institute Special Collections.
This collection includes rare books, artifacts, WWII-era Jewish Cultural Reconstruction books, Holocaust survivor testimonies and Yizkor (memorial) books from across Europe, as well as Baltimore Hebrew University records.
Collections about the history of K-12 education in Maryland including State Board of Education records, teacher oral histories, photographs, course catalogs, and more.
Materials documenting the history of Towson University athletics, including media guides and newsletters.
Collections pertaining to performing arts, with emphasis on local performing arts and student, faculty, and alumni specializing in theatre, music, and dance.
Undergraduate students conduct historic research about Maryland, Towson, and the institution using materials located in the University Archives. Learn more about their discoveries.