Adele Hagner Stamp (1893-1974)
MSA SC 3520-13578
Dean of Women, University of Maryland, 1922-1960
Newspapers articles -
"Mrs. Roosevelt Speaks Friday in New Jersey: Deans of Women Open Meeting Tomorrow in Atlantic City." The Washington Post, 19 February 1935.
"Maryland's Woman Dean has World War Experience." The Baltimore Sun, 15 October 1939.
"Sorority Plans Reception."
The Washington Post, 28 April 1940.
"Dinner to Fete Dean
of UM Women." The Baltimore Sun, 4 June 1956.
"Dean Stamp Retires
Today; Ends 38 Years of Service." The Diamondback, 1
"Girls Her Hobby for
38 Years." The Baltimore Sun, 4 December 1960.
"Md. U. Honors Dean
Stamp." The Washington Post, 5 December 1960.
McPherson, Bill. "She's
Leaving Her Old Stamping Grounds." The Washington Post, 11
Hailey, Jean R. "Adele
Hagner Stamp, Emeritus Dean at Maryland U., Dies." The Washington
18 October 1974.
Stamp, 1st UM women's dean, dies." The Baltimore Sun, 18
"Miss Stamp to be Feted by U of M, The Baltimore Sun. 18
Rains, Lon. "Astronaut Lauds Another Woman Pioneer." The
Washington Post, 25 September 1983.
Hogan, A. R. "Astronaut Pays Return Visit for Dedication Ceremonies." The Diamondback, 26 September 1983.
Secondary Sources -
Acheson, Eunice Mae. The Effective Dean of Women: a Study
the Personal and Professional Characteristics of a Selected Group of
of Women. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1932.
Bashaw, Carolyn Terry. "Stalwart Women:" A Historical
of Deans of Women in the South. New York: Teachers College
Gorenflo, Barbara A. "Female Deans of Education:
Flexible Leaders." Women in Higher Education 9.8 (2000):
Nidiffer, Jana. Pioneer Deans of Women: More than Wise and
Matrons. New York: Teachers College Press, 2000.
Pierce, Anna Eloise. Deans and Advisers of Women and Girls.
New York: Professional and Technical Press, 1928.
Sturtevant, Sarah Martha. Deans at Work: Discussions by
Women Deans at Various Phases of their Work. New York:
Journal of the National Association of Deans of Women. v.
On-line Sources -
Maryland State Archives. Maryland
Hall of Fame. http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/educ/exhibits/womenshall/html/whfhome.html.
Prince George's County. "The Hall of Fame." 2003. http://www.pghistory.org/HallofFame.
University of Maryland, Alumni Association. "Hall of Fame." May 22,
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