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Miss Goldsborough resigned April 5, 1966 having completed six years
of service at the Hall of Records. She was replaced by Judith Lee Lilley
May 4, 1966. Beatrice B. Hiltabidle retired June 30 after sixteen years
in our repair room. She was replaced by Kenneth Thompson, May 4,
1966. Mrs. Hiltabidle volunteered to stay an extra month or two after
the new repair room people were employed in order to instruct them
in the basic principles of repair work and book binding. This was
characteristic of Mrs. Hiltabidle who has always been gracious and
considerate of the needs of the Hall of Records. We shall miss her
very much.

Program 03. Records Management Division

John R. Goodwin resigned as Clerk I in the Records Management
Division and was replaced by Charles W. White, March 9, 1966.


The Archivist, accompanied by Mrs. Jacobsen, attended the 25th
Annual Meeting of the American Association for State and Local
History at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania October 13, 1965. On this occasion
the new Pennsylvania Archives Building was officially opened by Gov-
ernor Scranton, who offered an elegant dinner to all the invited guests.

On October 20th, Dr. Radoff was invited to participate in the
deliberations of the Publication Committee of the Maryland Historical
Society and on February 11th, he attended the meeting of the publica-
tion sub-committee.

The Archivist attended the monthly meetings of the Maryland
Historical Trust and the occasional meetings of the Gore Committee
created by the General Assembly to inquire into the feasibility of
restoration and development of St. Mary's City.

He was appointed to the permanent St. Mary's City Commission
by Governor Tawes, and thereafter attended the regular monthly meet-
ings at St. Mary's City.

The Archivist again participated in the work of Historic Annapolis,
Inc. in regard to the indexing project at the Hall of Records. The other
members of the committee which chose participants in the project and
outlined and supervised their work were Professor Aubrey C. Land,
History Department, University of Maryland, Professor Rhoda Dorsey,


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