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Mrs. Jacobsen spoke to the Baltimore Genealogical Society on
the usefulness of Church Records.
Mr. Weatherly attended a dinner meeting of the St. Mary's
County Historical Society and spoke to the Queen Anne's County His-
torical Society. He also attended the work shop of the County Historical
Societies, held January 7th, at the State House in Annapolis. Mrs. Carr
spoke before this meeting and Mr. Skordas and Dr. Radoff were also
On October 9th, Dr. Radoff attended a meeting of the Maryland
Commission for the New York World's Fair, of which he is a member.
This meeting was held at St. John's College in Annapolis.
The same month, Dr. Radoff accepted an invitation of Professor
Aubrey C. Land, of the University of Maryland, to serve on the Program
Committee for the 1964 meeting of the American Historical Associa-
TEACHING AND LEARNING
On July 17, 1963, the Archivist welcomed the Thirteenth Institute
of Genealogical Research of the American University, and on August
16th was host to the Seventeenth Institute on Preservation and Admin-
istration of Archives of the same university. He was assisted in both
these classes by Mr. Skordas and other members of the staff. The
Eighteenth Institute, on June 23, 1964, was conducted by Mr. Skordas,
in the absence of the Archivist, who was ill.
Dr. Radoff and Mr. Skordas were guests at the luncheon for the
graduating class of the Archival Institute in Washington, on August
On September 5th, Professor William L. Calderhead, who was in
charge of the Summer Research Project, conferred with Dr. Radoff about
the fellows of next year.
On December 5th, Professor John W. McCleary, of the History
Department of State Teachers' College, Towson, brought his class
over, to offer them a tour of the Hall of Records, and on April 22nd,
Professor Rhoda Dorsey brought her history class from Goucher Col-
lege for the same purpose.