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Founded in 1996, the James T. and Virginia M. Dresher Center for the Humanities promotes
humanities scholarship and research among members of the UMBC campus.
Received in 30 accessions, from 1994-2003. Accessions: UARC 2000-01, UARC 2000-02,
UARC 2000-08, UARC 1999-01, UARC 1999-02, UARC 1999-13, UARC 1999-19, UARC 1998-03,
UARC 1998-07, UARC 1998-08, UARC 1998-11, UARC 1997-09, UARC 1997-10, UARC 1997-12,
UARC 1997-14, UARC 1997-16, UARC 1997-22, UARC 1996-04, UARC 1996-05, UARC 1996-06,
UARC 1996-07, UARC 1996-15, UARC 1996-16, UARC 1996-18, UARC 1995-12, UARC 1994-02,
UARC 2002-01, UARC 2003-03
Collection unprocessed. University publications relating to Dresher Center for the
Humanities are available under the call number UPUB H5.
Describing Archives: a Content Standard (DACS)
Archives Processing Manual: Description (2015): The processing manual used in Special Collections for all descriptive platforms, including
Finding Aid: http://library.umbc.edu/speccoll/findingaids/coll067.php
This collection requires review by Special Collections staff prior to use by researchers.
Users should submit their request to view this collection at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Reproductions allowed for research purposes. UMBC is the copyright owner; permission
to reproduce is required.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Dresher Center for the Humanities
University of Maryland, Baltimore County -- Dresher Center for the Humanities