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Title: Willie B. Lamouse-Smith papers
Call Number: Coll096
Creator: Lamousé-Smith, W. Bediako
Dates: 1982-1988
Size: 1 box (.25 linear feet)
Language: English
Abstract: Documents relating to Africana Studies Department professor Dr. Willie Lamouse-Smith's campaign to name the Biological Sciences building Martin Schwartz Hall after deceased Biology Department professor, Dr. Martin Schwartz. Documents include correspondence debating the appropriateness of this naming, Dr. Lamouse-Smith's testimony in front of the Maryland House of Delegates, and the House and Senate resolutions honoring Dr. Schwartz. Also includes a statement regarding Faculty Renewal and records about the Martin Schwartz Memorial Garden.
Citation: Willie B. Lamouse-Smith papers, University Archives, Collection 96, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).

Administrative/Biographical Note

Dr. Willie Lamouse-Smith joined the UMBC faculty in 1975; he worked at the university for 33 years as professor, department chair, and director of the African American Studies Program.

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Donated by Dr. Willie B. Lamouse-Smith, UARC 2011-027.

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Collection unprocessed.

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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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Subject Headings


Lamousé-Smith, W. Bediako


Schwartz, Martin

Giffen, Sallie

Hooker, Michael

Toll, John S.

Neville, Richard F., 1931-

University of Maryland, Baltimore County -- Administration

University of Maryland, Baltimore County -- History

Lamousé-Smith, W. Bediako -- Archives

University of Maryland, Baltimore County. African American Studies Department

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