Saturday - March 13, 2021
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Community Artifact Day
ACM will host a local Community Artifact Day for residents in the region to bring in letters, diaries, pictures, and articles related to
voting, the women’s suffrage movement and civil rights. Reference Librarian Barbara Browning and Professor Cherie Snyder will meet with community members to scan photographs and information about marches, meeting minutes, letters recounting local activities, and related materials or memorabilia.
The event is held in partnership with the Allegany Museum, the Allegany County Commission for Women and the Allegany County Women’s Action Coalition and made possible by a Votes and Voices Electoral Engagement Grant from the Maryland Humanities Council. Collected documents and photographs will be scanned at 1600 dpi. The digital files will become part of the ACM’s historical documents collection and will be shared through the Allegany Museum with the Smithsonian Institution’s Voices and Votes: Democracy in America initiative. ACM Human Service Associate program students will provide event assistance.
The event will be held in the Donald L. Alexander Library (Cumberland Campus) on Saturday, March 13th from 11am-5pm.
Special appointments for those individuals unable to attend the March 13th event are available. To schedule an appointment, call 301-784-5269 or email
ACM requires all campus visitors to wear face masks and practice social distancing and other measures designed to slow the spread of COVID-19. Detailed information about the college’s health and safety measures is available at
All times displayed relative to US/Eastern.