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Chairperson: Les Kinion

Marilyn Bevans; Joseph J. Chiapparelli; Robert
Davidson; Robert DeMarino; William Diegel;
Robert Feldman; Henry C. Freeman; Robert Hall;
Ernie ImhofT; Scott Lutrey; Terry McCracken;
Fredye Murphy; Michael Pierre; Robert Ray; Eddy
Rayford; Frank Satorelli; Jerry Smolinski; Bill

EQ Box 11394
Baltimore, MD 21239 882-5455

The Maryland Marathon Planning Committee
originally was created by the Governor in 1972 to
plan the first Maryland Marathon for 1973. Ap-
pointed by the Governor, the Committee now plans
and manages each Maryland Marathon.

The Maryland Marathon is a long-distance race
for runners over a course 26 miles, 385 yards long.
It is held annually in Baltimore. Normally, the event
is scheduled for the last Sunday of November or the
first Sunday of December.


Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, State Archivist, State
Historical Records Coordinator

Ann Stewart Gwyn, 1989; William B. Keller, 1989;
Burton K. Kummerow, Ph.D., 1989; Jack P.
Greene, Ph.D., 1990; Roland C. McConnell,
Ph.D., 1990; John B. Wiseman, Ph.D., 1990;
George H. Callcott, Ph.D., 1991; Richard J. S.
Dodds, 1991; Joanne S. Manwaring, 1991.

Douglas P. McElrath, Deputy Coordinator

State Archives
350 Rowe Blvd.
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-3915

In 1976, the Governor appointed the Maryland
Advisory Board of the National Historical Publica-
tions and Records Commission to carry out the
historical records program of the National Histori-
cal Publications and Records Commission. The
program is a cooperative effort of the Commission,
state records coordinators, state advisory boards,
and institutions and organizations throughout the
country concerned with the records of the nation.

The National Historical Publications and Re-
cords Commission encourages government and pri-
vate organizations to preserve and make available
for use those records that further an appreciation

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and understanding of American history In addition
to supporting projects that directly relate to a body
of records, the Commission also may support pro-
jects to promote cooperative efforts among institu-
tions and organizations and to improve the
knowledge, performance, and professional skills of
those who work with historical records.

Guidelines and Procedures: Applications and
Grants, a pamphlet describing the program, is avail-
able upon request.

Appointed by the Governor, the Maryland Ad-
visory Board consists of at least seven members,
including the Coordinator who serves as chairper-
son. Members serve three-year terms. They repre-
sent archival and research institutions and
organizations in Maryland. The State Historical
Records Coordinator is the State Archivist.


Co-Chairperson: Louis L. Goldstein
Co-Chairperson: Stanley Heuisler

not yet appointed

Ex officio: Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the
Treasury; Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Senate
President; R. Clayton Mitchell, Jr., House Speaker; J.
Randall Evans, Secretary of Economic & Employment
Development; Joseph L. Shilling, State Super-
intendent of Schools; Vacancy, Maryland Port
Administrator; Vacancy, Office of the Governor;
Dennis M. Callahan, Mayor of Annapolis; Rear
Admiral Virgil L. Hill, Superintendent, U.S. Naval
Academy; Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, State Archivist.

c/o Office of Tourism Development
Dept. of Economic & Employment Development
217 E. Redwood St.
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-6611

The 500th anniversary of Christopher
Columbus' voyages to the New World and the spirit
of exploration that they represent will be commem-
orated internationally in 1992. To prepare for
Maryland commemorative activities, the Governor
formed the Maryland 1992 Commission in January
1989 (Executive Order 01.01.1989.01).

Working in tandem with Columbus 500/Balti-
more, the Commission will encourage, develop,
and implement special events and projects through-
out Maryland to commemorate the Columbus
quincentenary Locally sponsored activities will be
fostered and promoted by the Commission. With
other mid-Atlantic states the Commission will co-
ordinate its activities to focus attention on and
enhance efforts to protect Chesapeake Bay

The Commission is comprised of twenty-two
members appointed by the Governor. Ten serve ex

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