Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Albert C. Ritchie (1876-1936)
MSA SC 3520-1480

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Albert C. Ritchie
Albert C. Ritchie as a young man.  Printed in Bernard
C. Steiner, Men of Mark in Maryland (Washington,
D.C.:  Johnson-Wynne Company, 1907), p. 299.
Albert C. Ritchie and his mother
Albert C. Ritchie and his mother, 1915. 
Maryland Historical Society.
Reprinted in Maryland Historical Magazine, 1973.

Printed in Bernard C. Steiner, Men of Mark in Maryland
(Washington, D.C.:  Johnson-Wynne Company, 1907), p. 299.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


ALBERT C. RITCHIE, 1876-1936
Forty-ninth Governor, 1920-1935 (Democrat)
Portrait by Douglas Chandor (1897-1953), 1929.
Commissioned by the Legislature, 1927.
MSA SC 1545-1103.


Governor Albert Ritchie at the First Governor's Advisory Council, c.1922.
Photo from the Maryland Historical Society.
Reprinted in Maryland Historical Magazine, 1973.

Governor Albert C. Ritchie signing the Lien Bill, April 11, 1929.
Photo from the Maryland Historical Society.
Reprinted in Maryland Historical Magazine, 1973.

William McAdoo, Senator Carter Glass, and Governor
Albert C. Ritchie at the University of Virginia, 1927.
Photo from the Maryland Historical Society.
Reprinted in Maryland Historical Magazine, 1973.

Albert C. Ritchie
portrait drawing by S.J. Woolf
Hirshl and Adler Galleries, Inc.

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