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Lord William Thomson Kelvin (1824-1907) was a distinguished British mathematician and physicist. Collection consists of four letters of Lord Kelvin, ranging in date from 1878 to 1899, to Henry Dyer. Also in the collection are invoices and correspondence relating to the publication in 1904 of Lord Kelvin's lectures at the Johns Hopkins University.
William Wallace Whitelock, poet and author, was born in Mt. Washington, Maryland in 1869. The papers consist of four, bound scrapbooks and fourteen notebooks dating from 1885-1939.
William Worthy (July 7, 1921 – May 4, 2014) was an African American journalist and activist. The collection includes the following topics and genres: correspondence, biographical information, writings, newspaper clippings, advocacy, teaching (including his tenure at Boston University), travel (specifically Cuba, the USSR, China and Iran), notes, files, and printed matter.
Professional and personal papers of Willie Lee Rose, a historian of the Civil War and the Reconstruction era and faculty member in the history department at Johns Hopkins University.
Wilmer T. Bartholomew was a professor of music at the Peabody Institute and Goucher College who specialized in acoustics research, singing technique, and choral conducting. The Bartholomew papers contain published and manuscript scores composed by Bartholomew as well as various notes, research, correspondence, and publications.
5 photographs of Walters at Johns Hopkins University circa 1934-1937, one newspaper clipping from 1934 describing his four-year fellowship at Johns Hopkins University, and a photocopy of a biographical sketch of Winston Danae Walters published after his death in 1968.
The collection consists of over 500 World War II letters dating from 1942-1943 written by and to United States Army officer W.T. Brundige, a 1940s graduate of Johns Hopkins University.
WJHU-FM began as student-run radio station WJHU. WJHU-FM went on the air in 1979, and later became a National Public Radio affiliate in the 1990s. This collection consists entirely of magnetic tape copies of programs broadcast by WJHU-FM in the 1980s and 1990s. These tapes are in many formats and sizes.
Although radio station WJHU existed as a student-run station from 1946 through 1986, these records date only from 1976 to 1978. Included in this record group are the Constitution and By-Laws adopted in 1976, the proposal to make WJHU a non-commercial FM station, as well as correspondence and administrative records.