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Welcome to Digital Maryland

Who We Are

Digital Maryland is a collaborative, statewide digital preservation program of the Enoch Pratt Free Library / Maryland State Library Resource Center. The goal of the project is to facilitate the digitization, digital preservation, and access for historical and cultural documents, images, audio, and video that record Maryland’s history.

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New Collections

Saunders B. Kramer Lantern Slide Collection - Space 3.0 Foundation

The Saunders B. Kramer Lantern Slide Collection, held by Space 3.0 Foundation, Inc., consists of various diagrams, illustrations, and photographs of space vehicles that Kramer amassed during his time working for Lockheed-Martin. The bulk of the collection are diagrams and concept illustrations relating to the development of Kramer’s Astrotug space shuttle and Tinkertoy space station designs, lunar satellites and rovers, and studies of the Soviet space program. Concept artists Ludwig Ziemba, Igor Mead, E. Bertaccini, and Ken Anderson painted Kramer’s designs in various launch stages and environments.

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World War I Collection - McDonogh School

This collection from the McDonogh School Archives & Special Collections is a collection of letters, postcards and photographs drawn from the Manuscript and Vertical File Manuscript (VFM) Collections of McDonogh School alumni who served during World War I and the Mexican Border Campaign. Additions to the collection are ongoing.

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Calvert Marine Museum Archives

Currently the collection consists of 17 "Beachmaster '' newsletters written by men stationed at the United States Navy Amphibious Training Base at Solomons, Maryland during the second World War. Additions are ongoing.

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