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,16 THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT

TEACHING AND LEARNING

The Hall of Records was again host to the Seventeenth Institute
of Genealogical Research on July 20, 1967 and the Twenty-Second
Institute on Introduction to Modern Archives Administration on June
3, 1968.

Mr. Skordas attended a week-long seminar held at the University
of Maryland on Program Planning and Budgeting under the auspices
of the Governor's Task Force on Modern Management.

Mr. Brown completed his work for his master's degree during
the year.

The Archivist attended the all-day introduction of the Governor's
Task Force on Modern Management held in Annapolis.

The whole staff participated in teaching the genealogists and stu-
dents of the archival administration course of American University.

VISITORS

In addition to the many repeaters who have come regularly to the
Hall of Records, and those searchers who are interested only in their
own families, there were many others: scholars, professional and
amateur, came in greater number than ever before to use our records.
We have confined the list to them almost exclusively in order to save
space in this report.

William A. Albaugh, Attorney, Mt. Rainier; Marianne Alexander,
Governor's Task Force on Modern Management; Neal W. Alien, Union
College, Schenectady, New York; R. Whitney Barnes, Chairman,
Charles County Welfare Board, La Plata; E. W. Beitzell, Editor,
Chronicles of St. Mary's; Barbara J. Bennett, Instructor, Maryland State
College, Princess Anne; Lee Benson, Constitutional Convention; Alan
C. Billingsley, student of Friends Meeting at Ellicott City; Henry J.
Bourginan, graduate student, University of Michigan; Douglas E.
Bowers, student on Aspects of Maryland Politics, 1850-1860, Univer-
sity of Maryland; Peggy Brooks, Governor's Task Force on Modern
Management; Mrs. Helen Brown, National Chairman, Genealogical
Records Committee, N.S.D.A.R., College Park.

Thomas D. Burnett, Records Management Officer, Baltimore
County; William L. Calderhead, Professor of History, U. S. Naval
Academy; Laurel Carey, staff member, Londontowne Public Housing

 

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