Overview

Title: Sam McCready papers
Call Number: Coll095
Creator: McCready, Sam
Dates: circa 1995-2001
Size: 6 boxes (9.5 linear feet)
Language: English
Abstract: Collection of ephemera belonging to former UMBC Theatre Department professor Sam McCready relating to the visual and performing arts at UMBC. Items include clippings, programs, exhibition catalogs, promotion materials, video recordings, lecture programs, and photographs. Records cover such subjects as Shakespeare on Wheels, the Fine Arts Gallery, the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (CADVC), the Dance Department, the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery, the Concert choir, the Maryland Stage Company, Mindfest, and the Humanities Forum.
Citation: Sam McCready papers, University Archives, Collection 95, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).

Administrative/Biographical Note

Originally from Ireland, Sam McCready was an associate professor of theatre at UMBC for 17 years; he retired in 2001.


Provenance Information

Provenance and Acquisition Information

Donated by former faculty member Sam McCready, UARC 2011-026.

Processing Note

Collection unprocessed.

Descriptive Rules Used

Describing Archives: a Content Standard (DACS)

Archives Processing Manual: Description (2015): The processing manual used in Special Collections for all descriptive platforms, including PastPerfect.


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Finding Aids

Folder list available.

Finding Aid: http://library.umbc.edu/speccoll/findingaids/coll095.php

Access Conditions

This collection requires review by Special Collections staff prior to use by researchers. Users should submit their request to view this collection at speccoll@umbc.edu or 410-455-2353.

Conditions Governing Reproductions and Use

Reproductions allowed for research purposes. Copyright maintained by the creator.


Subject Headings

Creators

McCready, Sam

Subjects

University of Maryland, Baltimore County -- Theatre Department

McCready, Sam -- Archives

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