Original exhibit presented by the Milton S. Eisenhower Library of The Johns Hopkins University, with support from the Maryland State Archives. October 1993 - December 1994. Exhibit sponsors: The Milton S. Eisenhower Library of the Johns Hopkins University, and the Maryland State Archives.  Currently available as a touring exhibit of the Maryland State Archives.

Funding for the exhibit provided by: The National Endowment for the Humanities, The Maryland Humanities Council, the Friends of the Johns Hopkins University Libraries, The Maryland Historical Trust, and the Maryland State Archives.

Original Exhibit design:Keller Design Inc., Edward Papenfuse, Mimi Calver, and Rob MacAdam

Graphic research and selection: Edward C. Papenfuse, Margaret Burri, Mimi Calver, Cynthia Requardt, and Cynthia Mills

Exhibit advisory panel: Philip D. Curtin, Grace S. Brush, Franklin W. Knight, Edward C. Papenfuse, and Cynthia Requardt

With additional thanks to: James T. Van Rensselaer, The Johns Hopkins University; Robert W. Madden, National Geographic Magazine; L. Dorsey Worthy and Kent Mountford, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Nancy Bramucci and Jim Hefelfinger, Maryland State Archives; Edward C. Carter, II, American Philosophical Society; Ellen G. Miles and Sidney Hart, National Portrait Gallery; Burton Kummerow, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development.

©February 9, 1999  Maryland State Archives