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Emerson C. Harrington (1864-1945)
MSA SC 3520-1479

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Newspaper articles (in chronological order) -

"O'Malley Raises Storm." The Baltimore (Morning) Sun, 5 June 1912.

"O'Malley Goes to Law." The Baltimore (Morning) Sun, 14 June 1912.

"Mandamus Hearing." The (Annapolis) Evening Capital and Maryland Gazette, 14 June 1912.

"Refuses to Pay State Vouchers." The Baltimore (Evening) Sun, 25 July 1913.

"Grand Jury to Probe Charges Against Cox." The (Annapolis) Evening Capital and Maryland Gazette, 26 July 1913.

"Studying State Taxes." The Baltimore (Morning) Sun, 20 January 1914.

"Harrington to Enter." The Baltimore Sun, 4 December 1914.

"Harrington Man of Grit." The Baltimore Sun, 14 March 1915.

"Harrington Speaks Out." The Baltimore (Morning) Sun, 13 August 1915.

"State's Big Need Is More Revenue." The Baltimore Sun, 2 December 1915.

"New Governor Was Sworn In On Wednesday." The Advertiser-Republican, 13 January 1916.

"Governor's Plans for Wilson Inauguration." The Advertiser-Republican, 22 February 1917.

"Visiting Governors to be Honor Guests."  The Evening Advertiser, 13 December 1918.

"Governor Dines With W. J. Bryan." The Evening Advertiser, 7 January 1919.

"Governor Refuses Any Clemency For Snowden."  The Evening Capital, 24 February 1919.

"Threaten Life Of Governor In Letter."  The Evening Capital, 27 February 1919.

"Governor Stands Firm."  The Afro-American, 28 February 1919.

"Former Governor Harrington Dies Early Today; Funeral Services Set For Monday." The Daily Banner, 15 December 1945.

The Baltimore Sun, 16 December 1945.

"Maryland's World War 1 Governor Is Laid To Rest." The Daily Banner, 17 December 1945.

"First World War Governor Dies In Cambridge." The Maryland Gazette, 20 December 1945.

"Widow of World War Governor Dies Here."  The (Cambridge) Daily Banner, 9 April 1948.

"Ex-Governor's Widow Dies."  The Baltimore Sun, 9 April 1948.

"Service to honor executed man planned." The Evening Capital, 24 May 2000.


Books -

Andrews, Matthew Page.  Tercentenary History of Maryland.  4 vols.  Baltimore:  The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1925.
        Biographical sketch in volume III, pp. 278-279.

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

Jones, Elias.  New Revised History of Dorchester County Maryland.  Cambridge, Md.:  Tidewater Publishers, 1966.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 330-331.

Papenfuse, Edward C., ed.  Archives of Maryland New Series:  An Historical List of Public Officials of Maryland.  vol. 1: 1632 - 1990.  Annapolis:
        The Maryland State Archives, 1990.

Reid, Donald L.  Cambridge Past and Present:  A Pictorial History.  Norfolk, Va.:  The Donning Company, 1986.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1912-1913.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1912.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 243-45.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1913-1914.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1913.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 248-49.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1914-1915.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1914.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 248-49.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1916-1917.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1917.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 272-73.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1917-1918.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1917.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 262-63.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1918-1919.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1918.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 293-94.

Secretary of State, comp.  Maryland Manual 1919-1920.  Annapolis:  n. pub., 1919.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 303-04.

White, Frank F. Jr., The Governors of Maryland 1771-1970. Annapolis:  The Hall of Records Commission, 1970.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 251-54.


Other sources -
 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS (Death Record, Counties) MSA SM30-160; SR 3181
Certificate of Death, Emerson C. Harrington, Sr.

DORCHESTER COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Wills) MSA CM 460-16; CR76-3
Final Will and Testament of Emerson C. Harrington, Sr.

County Trust Company vs. Emerson C. Harrington et al.  No. 80.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  168 Md. 101; 176 A. 639; 1935 Md. LEXIS 133.

D. E. Foote & Co., a corporation, et al. vs. Emerson C. Harrington, Governor of the State of Maryland, Hugh A. McMullen, Comptroller of the
        State of Maryland,  and John M. Dennis, Treasurer of the State of Maryland.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  129 Md. 123; 98 A. 289;
        1916 Md. LEXIS 125.

D.E. Foote & Company, inc., et. al, plaintiffs in error, v. Emerson C. Harrington, Governor of the State of Maryland, et. al.
        No. 259.  Supreme Court of the United States.  246 U.S. 657; 38 S. Ct. 425; 1918 U. S. LEXIS 1613; 62 L. Ed. 925.

GOVERNOR  (Subject File) "Brandon Murder," Folder 45, MSA S1046, 2/30/1/4.

James H. Nowell vs. Emerson C. Harrington, Comptroller of the State of Maryland.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  122 Md. 487; 89 A. 1098;
        1914 Md. LEXIS 77.

"Maryland's Part in the Great War."  Address by Hon. Emerson C. Harrington, Former Governor, to the Rotary Club of Easton, Md., June 27, 1923.

Message of Emerson C. Harrington, Governor of Maryland to the General Assembly, at Its Regular Session, January, 1918.  Baltimore, 1918.

Message of Emerson C. Harrington, Governor of Maryland to the General Assembly, at Its Regular Session, January, 1920.  Annapolis, 1920.

Report Card, Cambridge Academy, Cambridge, Maryland, April 1893, signed by Emerson C. Harrington, Principal.
        Loaned to the Maryland State Archives by the Dorchester County Historical Society.

State Tax Commission vs. Emerson C. Harrington, Comptroller.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  126 Md. 157; 94 A. 537; 1915 Md. LEXIS 120.

Willis E. Overton vs. Emerson C. Harrington, Comptroller of the State of Maryland.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.
        126 Md. 32; 94 A. 325; 1915 Md. LEXIS 109.


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