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Ferdinand C. Latrobe (1833-1911)
MSA SC 3520-1698


Primary Sources -

Vital Records -

Court Records - Probate Records - Newspaper articles (in chronological order) -

The Evening Capital, 17 May 1884.

The Evening Capital, 4 May 1888.

The Evening Capital, 19 May 1888.

The Evening Capital, 16 June 1888.

"Gen. F. C. Latrobe, Seven Times Mayor of Baltimore, Is Dead."  The Baltimore News, 13 January 1911.

"Simple Funeral Is Planned For General Latrobe."  The Baltimore News, 14 January 1911.

"Latrobe Eulogized In City Churches." The Baltimore News, 15 January 1911.

"Whole City Pays Last Honors To General Latrobe."  The Baltimore News, 16 January 1911.

"Ferdinand C. Latrobe Victim Of Pneumonia." The Baltimore Star, 13 January 1911.

"Throng Of Visitors At Latrobe Home." The Baltimore Star, January 14, 1911.

"Final Tribute Paid General Labrobe." The Baltimore Star, January 16, 1911.

"Seven-term Mayor Latrobe left a large mark on the city." The Evening Sun, 30 January 1980.

Secondary Sources:

Baltimore City Government biography

Hall, Clayton Colman. Baltimore: It's History and People. (,, 1912), 396.

Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Baltimore City and County. (Baltimore: Regional Publishing Company, 1971), 180-1.

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Ferdinand Latrobe, Biographical File) MSA SC 1138-1698.

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