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Dr. George La Noue, professor emeritus of Public Policy and Political Science, joined
the faculty of UMBC in 1972. He completed his M.A. (1961) and Ph.D. (1966) degrees
from Yale University. La Noue has written and taught on the areas of education policy,
constitutional law and policy, and public prrocurement policy.
This collection is arranged into three series: Series I. Chapters. Series II. Oral
Histories. Series III. Supporting Documents.
Donated by Dr. George La Noue, UARC 2015-21.
Collection rehoused, arranged, and described in 2016 by graduate assistant Tucker
Foltz with assistance from Archivist Lindsey Loeper. Several publications were removed
from the collection, including books from the Library collection or university publications.
In each case, document removal forms were completed.
Describing Archives: a Content Standard (DACS)
Archives Processing Manual: Description (2015): The processing manual used in Special Collections for all descriptive platforms, including
Container list available
Finding Aid: http://library.umbc.edu/speccoll/findingaids/coll104.php
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LaNoue, George R.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
University of Maryland, Baltimore County -- History
University of Maryland (System)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County -- Archives
Date: 1850 - 2014
Extent: 2.5 boxes (2.5 linear feet)
Contained in this series are written drafts and the research material for George
La Noue's book, Improbable Excellence: the Saga of UMBC. The collection came in binders
seperated by chapter and the folders follow this arrangement containing chapters 1
Date: 2009 - 2013
Extent: .25 boxes (.25 linear feet)
Contained in this series are oral histories conducted by George La Noue. Interviewees
included Kathy Zerrlaut, Elizabeth Walton, Carol Hess, Sam McCready, Dick Watts, David
Yager and Aurthor Johnson. Folder 15 contains 11 audio CD's of the interviews. The
collection came in one folder and contents were kept in order. Oral histories were
also added to the Oral History collection, Collection 55.
Date: 1955 - 2013
Extent: 1.75 boxes (1.75 linear feet)
Contained in this series are supporting documents from George La Noue's research.
Some contents were received in binders and some were loose, contents were kept in
the order that they came.