|Title:||Elaine Eff papers|
|Creator:||Eff, Elaine, 1946-|
|Size:||22 boxes (22 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||Program and research files from folklorist Dr. Elaine Eff, including her work with the City of Baltimore, documentation of Maryland's lighthouses, coal mining and miners in Western Maryland, Chesepeake Bay watermen, Painted Screens, the formation of the Smith Island Cultural Center, and the Historic Hampton Oral History Project. Eff's records from Maryland Traditions and the Maryland State Arts Council are located in Collection 120, Maryland Traditions records.|
|Citation:||Elaine Eff papers, Collection 146, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
Elaine Eff is a Maryland folklorist and served as director of the Maryland Historical Trust's cultural conservation program. She was also co-director of the Maryland Traditions program (co-founded by the Maryland Historical Trust and the Maryland State Arts Council). She was previously the official folklorist for the city of Baltimore.
Received as a gift from Elaine Eff in 2015. Accessions: MSS 2015-01, MSS 2015-05, MSS 2015-06, and MSS 2016-01.
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Eff, Elaine, 1946-
Maryland Historical Trust
Eff, Elaine, 1946- -- Archives