Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Theodore R. McKeldin (1900-1974)
MSA SC 3520-1484

Images:
 
Theodore R. McKeldin
Undated photo by Marion Warren.
Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198-1-6242.
Theodore R. McKeldin
Undated photo by Marion Warren.
Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198-1-6243.
Theodore R. McKeldin
1956 photo by Marion Warren.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection,
MSA SC 1890-13649.
Theodore R. McKeldin
Undated photo by Marion Warren.
Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198.
Theodore R. McKeldin
Undated photo by Marion Warren.
Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198-1-6244.
Theodore R. McKeldin
Undated photo by Udel Brothers.
Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198-1-6241.

 
Theodore R. McKeldin
Governor Theodore R. McKeldin in his office, undated.
Marion Warren Photograph Collection, 
MSA SC 1890-13653.
Theodore R. McKeldin
      Undated photograph by Marion Warren.
      Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198-1-4109.

 

Inaugural parade, 1951
Color Guard on State Circle in front of Government House during
inaugural parade, 1951.  Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection, MSA SC 1890-02-13436.

 

William Preston Lane, Jr. and Theodore McKeldin
      Outgoing Governor William Preston Lane, Jr. with newly-elected
      Governor Theodore McKeldin en route to inaugural ceremonies,
      1951.  Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
      MSA SC 1890-02-13440.
Theodore R. McKeldin
Theodore McKeldin recieves plaque and Bible
 from the Independent Order Brith Sholom, 1951.
Photo by Three Lions. 
Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198.
Theodore R. McKeldin
     Undated photo by Marion Warren.
     Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198.

Theodore R. McKeldin and William Preston Lane, Jr.
William Preston Lane, Jr. and Theodore McKeldin at dedication
of Chesapeake Bay Bridge, July 30, 1952.
MSA SC 4082-1-301.
William Preston Lane, Jr. and Theodore R. McKeldin
     Theodore McKeldin and William Preston Lane, Jr. at dedication
     of Chesapeake Bay Bridge, July 30, 1952.
     MSA SC 4082-1-306.
 

 


Governor and Mrs. McKeldin ride in Eisenhower inaugural parade, 1953
Governor and Mrs. McKeldin ride in Eisenhower inaugural parade, 1953.
Marion Warren Photograph Collection.  MSA SC 1890-17-409.
 

 

Governor and Mrs. McKeldin
Governor and Mrs. McKeldin cast their votes for McKeldin's second gubernatorial term, 1954.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
MSA SC 1890-13572.

    Images from the visit of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, to Annapolis on November 8, 1954:
    See Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Queen Mother Photograph Album Collection), MSA SC 1938, 33/02/02/14.
    Photos by Marion Edwin Warren.
 
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis The Queen Mother visits Annapolis

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother inspects the tomb of Sir Robert, Eden, last 
royal colonial governor of Maryland.  Beside the Queen Mother 
is Governor McKeldin; behind her are Dr. Charles Edward Berger, 
rector of St. Anne's Church, and Mrs. Berger.
 
 
 

 

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis The Queen Mother visits Annapolis

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The governor's daughter, Clara, greets the Queen Mother.
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
Governor and Mrs. McKeldin present the Queen Mother with a
gift from the people of Maryland.  It is a nine-inch silver vase valued
at $800 and bearing the royal insignia on one side and the seal of
Maryland on the other.  Both are 18-carat gold.
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
As a personal gift from Governor and Mrs. McKeldin to the Queen Mother,
Governor McKeldin presents the queen with an equestrian statue in
porcelain of her daughter, Queen Elizabeth II, done by Kathleen Wheeler,
a sculptor from Chevy Chase, Maryland.

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
Another gift of three small silk flags, those of the United States, England,
and Maryland, is presented to the Queen Mother by Governor McKeldin.
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother leaves Government House.
 

 

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
"Governor McKeldin introduces Mayor Arthur G. Ellington (left) to the
Queen Mother during her visit to St. Anne's Church where she viewed
the silver communion service given the church by King William in 1695.
Standing at right rear almost obscured by the governor is Dr. C. Edward
Berger, rector of  St. Anne's." (The Evening Capital, 9 November 1954).

The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother on the steps of the Naval Academy chapel.
The Queen Mother visits Annapolis
The Queen Mother walks through the streets of Annapolis escorted
by Governor McKeldin.

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    Other images:
 

Governor McKeldin and visitors
Governor McKeldin presents certificate to the 50 thousandth
visitor to the Maryland State House, 1955.
Photo by Marion Warren.
Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198.
Unidentified man, Dr. Richard Wiegle, Governor McKeldin, President Eisenhower
Unidentified man, Dr. Richard Wiegle of St. John's College,
Governor McKeldin and President Eisenhower.  Undated
Photograph.  Marion Warren Collection, MSA SC 1890 33-443.

 


Governor and Mrs. McKeldin
Governor and Mrs. McKeldin on front porch of State House during
McKeldin's inaugural ceremonies for his second gubernatorial term, 1955.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.  MSA SC 1890-02-13452.
Governor McKeldin
Governor McKeldin taking oath of office from Chief Justice Brune,
Senate Chamber, State House, 1955.  Louis Goldstein, President
of the Senate, stands at right.

Governor and Mrs. McKeldin with daughter Clara
Governor McKeldin with Mrs. McKeldin and daughter Clara at
inaugural reception in Government House, 1955.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.  MSA SC 1890-02-13456.
McKeldin Family and Friends
McKeldin family and friends celebrate Clara McKeldin's 14th birthday
in Government House, about 1955.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
MSA SC 1890-02-13576.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


McKeldin Family and Friends
McKeldin family and friends celebrate Clara McKeldin's 14th birthday
in Government House, about 1955.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
MSA SC 1890-02-13577.

 

McKeldin and Eisenhower
   Governor McKeldin briefs President Eisenhower on plans for the
    Baltimore outer harbor I-95 crossing, 1955.
    Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
    MSA SC 1890-02-13582.
Theodore McKeldin and Queen Elizabeth in crowd
Governor McKeldin and Queen Elizabeth enjoy a University of
Maryland football game at Byrd Stadium, College Park, 1957.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection, MSA SC 1890-17-13584.
Governor McKeldin and Queen Elizabeth in crowd
Governor McKeldin and Queen Elizabeth mingle with the crowd
at a University of Maryland football game at Byrd Stadium, College
Park, 1957.  Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
MSA SC 1890-17-13585.
 
 
 

 


The McKeldins and the Tawes
Governor McKeldin with Helen Tawes, unidentified woman, and J. Millard Tawes when Tawes was sworn in as State Comptroller, 1955.  Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection, MSA SC 1890-02-13659.
McKeldins and Guests
      Governor and Mrs. McKeldin with guests at New Years' reception
      in Government House, 1957.
      Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection, MSA SC 1890-02-13522.

McKeldin Family
    McKeldin family in Government House, Christmas 1957.
    Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
    MSA SC 1890-02-13527.
McKeldin Family
    McKeldin family at Government House, Christmas 1957.
    Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
    MSA SC 1890-02-13534.
 
 
 
 
 

 


McKeldin Family
McKeldin family in Government House, Christmas Day 1957.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.  MSA SC 1890-02-13426.
McKeldin Family
    McKeldin Family in Government House, Christmas Day 1957.
    Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.  MSA SC 1890-02-13427.

 

McKeldin Family
McKeldin Family in Government House, Christmas Day 1957.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.  MSA SC 1890-02-13429.
 
 

 

Opening of Republican Headquarters
    Opening of Republican Headquarters, Annapolis, September 2, 1958.
    Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection, MSA SC 1890-02-13623-01.
Governor and Mrs. McKeldin in crowd
Governor and Mrs. McKeldin attend a University of Maryland
basketball game, 1958.  Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
MSA SC 1890-02-13554.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Theodore McKeldin
   Governor McKeldin plants black-eyed susans on the State House
    lawn as part of "Keep Maryland Beautiful" commemoration.
    Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
    MSA SC 1890-02-13555.

Two unidentified men between the McKeldins and the Eisenhowers
Two unidentified men enjoy the Little Army-Navy Game sitting
between the McKeldins and the Eisenhowers, 1957.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.  MSA SC 1890-02-13562.
Theodore R. McKeldin
    Governor McKeldin duck hunting on the Eastern Shore of Maryland,
    about 1957.  Photo by Marion Warren.
    Maryland Manual Collection, MSA SC 1198.

McKeldin with schoolchildren
Governor Theodore McKeldin with schoolchildren on the lawn
of Government House, about 1957.
Marion Edwin Warren Photograph Collection.
MSA SC 1890-02-13568.
 
 
 

 

Governor McKeldin
Theodore R. McKeldin, The Baltimore Sun, August 11, 1974.
McKeldin and Eisenhower, MSA SC 5524

Theodore R. McKeldin with General Eisenhower, 1952
MSA SC 5524
(Steven Vanderbosch Collection)



Theodore McKeldin, Jr. watches as Lt. Gov. Michael Steele unveils a replica of a plaque on May 31, 2004, which will be erected along the Baltimore Beltway in honor of Gov. McKeldin.
Photo by Governor's Press Office staff.
GOVERNOR PRESS OFFICE (Photographs, Electronic) MSA T275.


Plaque created by Elmer F. Munshower, former Superintendant of the Maryland State Police, of scissors used at dedication ceremonies of state bridges and highways opened during the McKeldin administration.
Photo by Governor's Press Office staff.
GOVERNOR PRESS OFFICE (Photographs, Electronic) MSA T275.
Plaque in Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECITONS (Department of Transportation Collection) MSA SC 5726.

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