Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Phillips Lee Goldsborough (1865-1946)
MSA SC 3520-1478

Sources:


Primary sources -

"Personal Glimpses of Three Giants of the Choptank."  Excerpts from a speech delivered by Phillip J. Wingate before the Dorchester County
        Historical Society, 1986.  (pages 6-10)

Maryland State Archives DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS (Death record, counties) Death certificate for Phillips
        Lee Goldsborough,  MSA S1179-8376,  2/13/3/48.

Message of Phillips Lee Goldsborough Governor of Maryland To The General Assembly Of Maryland At Its Regular Session, January, 1914.
         Courtesy of Roberta R. Jenkins, Dorchester County Historical Society.  Original scanned and returned.


Books -

Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress 1777-1989.  Washington, D.C.:  U.S. Government Printing Office,
        Washington, D.C., 1989.

Distinguished Men of Baltimore and Maryland.  Baltimore:  Baltimore American, 1914.

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

Hall, Clayton Colman, ed.  Baltimore:  Its History And Its People.  3 vols.  New York:  Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 843-846.

Jones, Elias.  New Revised History of Dorchester County, Maryland.  Cambridge, Md.:  Tidewater Publishers, 1966.
           Biographical sketches of the Goldsborough family and Phillips Lee Goldsborough, pp. 322-327.

Papenfuse, Edward C., et al.  Archives of Maryland, new series, An Historical List of Public Officials of Maryland, vol. I.
        Annapolis:  The Maryland State Archives, 1990.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1912-1913.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1912.
        Biographical sketch on p. 243.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1913-1914.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1913.
        Biographical sketch on p. 248.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1914-1915.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1914.
        Biographical sketch on p. 248.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1915-1916.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1915.
        Biographical sketch on p. 259.

White, Frank F., Jr.  The Governors of Maryland 1771-1970.  Annapolis:  The Hall of Records Commission, 1970.


Court cases -

The Board of County School Commissioners of Worcester County vs. Phillips L. Goldsborough, Comptroller, &c.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.
        90 Md. 193; 44 A. 1055; 1899 Md. LEXIS 106.

Kerr et al. v. Goldsborough, Collector of Internal Revneue.  No. 665.  Circuit Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit, 150 F. 289; 1906 U.S. App. LEXIS 4544.

Phillips L. Goldsborough vs. Henry Lloyd, One of the Judges of the Circuit Court, etc.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.
        86 Md. 374; 38 A. 773; 1897 Md. LEXIS 122.

Phillips L. Goldsborough vs. Orem & Johnson.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  103 Md. 671; 64 A. 36; 1906 Md. LEXIS 143.

Phillips Lee Goldsborough et al., trustees, vs. T. Garland Tinsley et al.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  138 Md. 411; 113 A. 861; 1921 Md. LEXIS 88.

Phillips Lee Goldsborough, Ovington E. Weller, Ira Remsen and William Bullock Clark et al, Constituting the State Roads Commission of Maryland,
        for and on behalf of the State of Maryland, vs. The Postal Telegraph Cable Company, a Corporation.

O. E. Weller, Chairman, Phillips Lee Goldsborough, Ira Remsen, William Bullock Clark, E. E. Goslin and W. B. Miller, Constituting the State Road Commission,
        vs. John Leo Mueller et als.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  120 Md. 633; 87 A. 1045; 1913 Ms. LEXIS 147.


Newspaper articles (in chronological order) -

"Men Who Have Made Dorchester." The Tribune, undated clipping.

"Election Reform:  Dorchester Leaders Against Using Money To Corrupt The Suffrage."  The Baltimore Sun, 8 October 1898.

"Gov. Goldsborough."  The Evening Capital, 10 November 1911.

"Goldsborough Will Attend."  The Evening Capital, 23 November 1911.

"Governor Elect Expected."  The Evening Capital, 16 December 1911.

"Governor Elect Here."  The Evening Capital, 21 December 1911.

"Governor-Elect Makes Inspection of Mansion."  The Advertiser-Republican, 28 December 1911.

"Will Entertain New Governor."  The Evening Capital, 5 January 1912.

"Goldsborough Succeeds Crothers As Governor."  The Advertiser-Republican,  11 January 1912.

"To Dine the Governor."  The Evening Capital,  11 January 1912.

"Governor's First Day."  The Evening Capital, 11 January 1912.

"Governor to Live Here."  The Evening Capital, 11 January 1912.

"Governor and Family."  The Evening Capital, 15 January 1912.

"Seventeen-Gun Salute For Governor Goldsborough."  The Advertiser-Republican, 25 January 1912.

"Entertained the Governor."  The Evening Capital, 25 January 1912.

"The Bishop Host."  The Evening Capital,  1 February 1912.

"For Governor and Wife."  The Evening Capital, 6 February 1912.

"To Give Card Reception."  The Evening Capital, 7 February 1912.

"To be Guest of President."  The Evening Capital, 9 February 1912

"The Governor to Attend."  The Evening Capital, 13 February 1912.

"The Governor's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 13 February 1912.

"Tonight's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 14 February 1912.

"The Governor's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 14 February 1912.

"Governor Receives."  The Evening Capital, 15 February 1912..

"To Be President's Guest."  The Evening Capital, 28 February 1912.

"Governor at White House."  The Evening Capital, 1 March 1912.

"To Entertain Gov. Wilson."  The Evening Capital, 2 March 1912.

"Wilson Governor's Guest."  The Evening Capital, 4 March 1912.

"Governor Wilson Here."  The Evening Capital, 8 March 1912.

"When Governor Met Governor."  The Baltimore Sun, 8 March 1912.

"Governor Will Be Present."  The Evening Capital, 10 April 1912.

"Governor at Albaugh's."  The Evening Capital, 12 April 1912.

"In Governor's Honor."  The Evening Capital, 19 April 1912.

"Governor Entertains."  The Evening Capital, 25 April 1912.

"Musicale at Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 24 May 1912.

"Governor Attends Funeral."  The Evening Capital, 28 May 1912.

"Governor's Dinner Party."  The Evening Capital,  30 May 1912.

"Site For Summer Home."  The Evening Capital, 5 June 1912.

"President Taft to Pay Visit to the Governor."  The Advertiser-Republican, 6 June 1912.

"The Governor Leaves."  The Evening Capital, 11 June 1912.

"President Taft Delivers Diplomas to Middies."  The Advertiser-Republican, 13 June 1912.

"Summer Home Urged By Governor Goldsborough."  The Evening Capital, 13 June 1912.

"Governor Goes to Convention in Auto."  The Advertiser-Republican, 13 June 1912.

"Governor at Summer Capital."  The Evening Capital, 28 June 1912.

"Mansion Closed for Summer."  The Advertiser-Republican, 4 July 1912.

"Governor Postpones Vacation."  The Evening Capital, 6 August 1912.

"Governor Off for Cambridge."  The Evening Capital, 8 August 1912.

"Items of Interest in Local World."  The Advertiser-Republican, 8 August 1912.

"Governor Practicing Economy."  The Evening Capital, 21 September 1912.

"Governor Going to Oakdale."  The Evening Capital, 23 September 1912.

"The Governor's Family."  The Evening Capital, 30 September 1912.

"To Open Mansion Tonight."  The Evening Capital, 4 October 1912.

"Governor Harmon to Visit Annapolis."  The Evening Capital, 28 October 1912.

"Governor Going to Richmond."  The Evening Capital, 4 December 1912.

"Governor in Conference."  The Evening Capital, 5 December 1912.

"House Party at Governor's."  The Evening Capital, 24 December 1912.

"Entertaining House Party."  The Evening Capital,  27 December 1912.

"Will Call On Governor."  The Evening Capital, 30 December 1912.

"House Guests at Governor's."  The Evening Capital, 9 January 1913.

"To Dine With Governor."  The Evening Capital, 9 January 1913.

"Governor Bowie's Portrait."  The Evening Capital, 7 February 1913.

"Governor On Vacation."  The Evening Capital, 11 February 1913.

"Governor Sits for Photos."  The Evening Capital, 20 February 1913.

"Governor at House of Corrections."  The Evening Capital, 13 March 1913.

"Dinner at the Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 28 March 1913.

"Government House Dinner."  The Evening Capital, 31 March 1913.

"Governor Receives the 1913 Middies."  The Evening Capital, 25 April 1913.

"Governor Host at Dinner."  The Evening Capital, 25 April 1913.

"In Honor of Governor."  The Evening Capital, 1 May 1913.

"Franklin D. Roosevelt Here Sunday."  The Advertiser-Republican, 29 May 1913.

"Governor and Wife Were Judge Brashears' Guests." The Advertiser-Republican, 29 May 1913.

"Six Hundred Visitors."  The Evening Capital, 10 June 1913.

"To Close Government House for Summer."  The Evening Capital, 26 June 1913.

"Maryland's Summer Capital."  The Evening Capital, 3 July 1913.

"Governor Returns Tonight."  The Evening Capital, 15 September 1913.

"Governor Here Today." The Evening Capital, 16 September 1913.

"Governor's Auto Breaks Down."  The Evening Capital, 6 October 1913.

"Reception to D.A.R. Governor's Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 11 November 1913.

"Reception to D.A.R. at Government House."  The Evening Capital, 14 November 1913.

"Governor to Receive."  The Evening Capital, 30 December 1913.

"Governor and Wife Are Holding Reception Today." The Advertiser-Republican, 1 January 1914.

"Government House to be Scene of Card Party This Midweek."  The Evening Capital, 19 January 1914.

"Dickens at the Governors."  The Evening Capital, 22 January 1914.

"Farewell Dinner to Gibbons."  The Evening Capital, 3 February 1914.

"Governor Receives Large Gathering."  The Evening Capital, 19 February 1914.

"Governor and Wife at Show."  The Evening Capital, 27 February 1914.

"To Dine With Governor."  The Evening Capital, 4 March 1914.

"Governor Host at Dinner."  The Evening Capital, 6 March 1914.

"The Governor's Guest."  The Evening Capital, 18 March 1914.

"Governor to Get His Auto."  The Evening Capital, 21 March 1914.

"Governor's Mother Ill."  The Evening Capital, 25 March 1914.

"Present Jackson Portrait."  The Evening Capital, 26 March 1914.

"Mrs. Goldsborough Improving."  The Evening Capital, 13 April 1914.

"Dinner to Governor and Wife."  The Evening Capital, 16 April 1914.

"Governor to Take Vacation."  The Evening Capital, 17 April 1914.

"Governor to Attend Concert."  The Evening Capital, 22 April 1915.

"Governor Home From Vacation."  The Evening Capital, 27 April 1914.

"Dinner at Government House."  The Advertiser-Republican, 8 May 1914.

"In Governor's Honor."  The Evening Capital, 28 May 1914.

"Governor on Visit."  The Evening Capital, 8 June 1914.

"Guests at Government House."  The Evening Capital, 10 June 1914.

"Governor on Automobile Tour."  The Evening Capital, 13 June 1914.

"Cambridge Summer Capital."  The Evening Capital, 23 June 1914.

"Governor Goes to Seashore."  The Evening Capital, 25 July 1914.

"Governor and Family Will Move to Eastern Shore."  The Advertiser-Republican, 25 June 1914.

"Governor Proves Hero:  He Aided in Saving Young Baltimore Merchant From Drowning
        at Ocean City Yesterday."  The Evening Capital, 27 July 1914.

"Governor Here Today."  The Evening Capital, 12 August 1914.

"Governor On Motor Tour."  The Evening Capital, 21 September 1914.

"Governor to Frisco May 6."  The Evening Capital, 13 April 1915.

"Shaping Plans to Entertain Governor."  The Evening Capital, 30 April 1915.

"Guests of Goldsborough."  The Evening Capital, 1 May 1915.

"Governor's Party to Start for Exposition."  The Evening Capital, 4 May 1915.

"Governor Busy Here Today."  The Evening Capital, 5 May 1915.

"Governor and Party Are Ready for the Trip."  The Evening Capital,  5 May 1915.

"Governor Speeding Toward the Coast." The Evening Capital, 6 May 1915.

"Governor and Captain Eberle Exchange Visits."  The Advertiser-Republican, 30 September 1915.

"New Governor Was Sworn in on Wednesday."  The Advertiser-Republican, 13 January 1916.

The Sun, 23 October 1946.


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