Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

John Walter Smith (1845-1925)
MSA SC 3520-1475



Andrews, Matthew Page.  History of Maryland.  Reprint edition.  Hatboro, Pa., 1965.

Eisenberg, Gerson G.  Marylanders Who Served the Nation:  A Biographical Dictionary of Federal Officials from
        Maryland.  Annapolis:  Maryland State Archives, 1992.

White, Frank F., Jr.  The Governors of Maryland 1777-1970.  Annapolis:  The Hall of Records Commission, 1970.

Newspaper/Magazine Articles-

"Maryland Democratic.  J. Walter Smith, Governor."  The Evening Capital, 8 November 1899.

"Smith's Big Victory."  The Evening Capital, 9 November 1899.

"Maryland's New Governor."  The Evening Capital, 10 January 1900.

"In Perfect Order."  The Evening Capital, 11 January 1900.

"Governor Smith's Policy."  The Evening Capital, 16 January 1900.

"Visited the Governor."  The Anne Arundel Examiner, 18 January 1900.

"Governor Smith's 'Secretary' Caught."  The Evening Capital, 26 January 1900.

"In Honor of Governor Smith."  The Evening Capital, 6 February 1900.

"The Governor's Guests."  The Evening Capital, 14 March 1900.

"Tonight's Reception," The Evening Capital, March 14, 1900.

"Brief Mentions." The Anne Arundel Examiner, 10 May 1900.

"Brief Mentions."  The Anne Arundel Examiner, 24 May 1900.

"Personal Mention."  The Evening Capital, 7 January 1901.

"The Executive Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 1 March 1901.

"Reception to General Assembly." The Evening Capital, 12 March 1901.

"A Day of Receptions."  The Evening Capital, 14 March 1901.

"A Brilliant Reception."  The Evening Capital, 15 March 1901.

"Personal Mentions."  The Evening Capital, 2 April 1901.

"Baptism at Executive Mansion.,"  The Evening Capital, 8 April 1901.

"Governor's Family to Leave."  The Evening Capital,  29 April 1901.

"Reception of Prince."  The Evening Capital, 25 February 1902.

"Governor's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 27 February 1902.

"Dinner at the Executive Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 7 March 1902.

"Where Governor Lives."  The Evening Capital, 31 December 1903.

"Governors of Maryland:  A Series of Biographies XLIV - John Walter Smith, 1900-1904."  The Baltimore Sun, 28 July 1907.

The Baltimore Sun, 20 April 1925.

The Baltimore American, 20 April 1925.

Other Sources-

The Dundalk, Sparrows Point and North Point Ry. Co. vs. John Walter Smith, Governor, Joshua W. Hering, Comptroller, and Murray Vandiver, Treasurer,
        Comprising the Board of Public Works.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  97 Md. 177; 54 A. 628; 1903 Md. LEXIS 125.

Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Legislative History Project), John Walter Smith, MSA SC 3520-1475, 2/11/11/09.

Message of John Walter Smith, Governor of Maryland to the General Assembly At Its Regular Session, January
1902.  Baltimore, 1902.

Senate Journal, Special Session, 1901.  Annapolis, 1901.

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