Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

William Cabell Bruce (1860-1946)
MSA SC 3520-1602

Sources:


Books -

Baltimore:  Its History and Its People.  New York:  Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912.

Bruce, William C.  Below the James; a plantation sketch.  New York, The Neale publishing company, 1918.

-----.  Benjamin Franklin, Self-Revealed:  A biographical and critical study based mainly on his own writings.
        New York:  G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1917.

-----.  Imaginary conversations with Franklin.  New York:  G. P. Putnam's sons, 1933.

-----.   The inn of existence.  Baltimore:  King Brothers, c1941.

-----.  John Randolph of Roanoke, 1773-1833:  A biography based largely on new material.  1922.  Reprint, New York:  Octagon Books, 1970.

-----.  Recollections.  Baltimore:  King Brothers, 1936.

-----, comp.  Rules of practice and procedure of the Public Service Commission of Maryland.  Baltimore:  The Sun Book and Job Printing Office, Inc., 1922.

-----.  Selections from the speeches, addresses and political writings of Wm. Cabell Bruce.  Baltimore:  The Sun Book and Job Printing Office, 1927.

-----.  Seven great Baltimore lawyers.  Baltimore:  c1931.

Brugger, Robert J.  Maryland:  A Middle Temperament.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988.

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

Garraty, John A. and Edward T. James, eds.  Dictionary of National Biography:  Supplement Four 1946-1950.  New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1950.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 116-117.

Men of Maryland:  A Collection of Portraits of Representative Men in Business and Professional Life in the State of Maryland.  Baltimore, 1905.

Riley, Elihu S., comp.  The Maryland Manual for 1896.  Annapolis:  King Bros., State Printers, 1896.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 11-12.

Winchester, Paul.  Men of Maryland Since the Civil War.  vol. 1.  Baltimore:  Maryland County Press Syndicate, 1923.
        Biographical sketch on pp. 141-144.


Articles -

Moore, John Hammond.  "William Cabell Bruce, Henry Cabot Lodge, and the Distribution of Ability in the United States."
        Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 86 (July 1978):  355-61.


Addresses -

"Address."  Journal of Proceedings of the Senate of Maryland, January Session.  Annapolis:  King Bros., State Printers, 1896.
        pp. 14-15.

"America will surely join the league."  Address of senator Wm. Cabell Bruce at the Lyceum, Baltimore, Maryland, Armistice day, 1923.
        Baltimore:  Published by Maryland branch, League of Nations Non-partisan Association, 1923.

"The Irish question."  Address delivered by Wm. Cabell Bruce of Baltimore, on the 20th of June, 1883, before the Norwood Literary Society
        of Norwood High School and College, Nelson Co., Va.  Baltimore:  King Brothers, 1883.


Other sources -

Biographical Directory of the United States Congress on-line.

Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Baltimore City Directories Collection), MSA SC 2898,  M 2331-M 7072.

Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Emanuel Church Collection) MSA SC 2666.  M501.

Maryland State Archives U.S. CENSUS BUREAU (Census Record, MD) MSA SM61.


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