Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Ellen Showell Goldsborough (1867-1930)
MSA SC 3520-2286
First Lady of Maryland, 1912-1916
 

Sources:


Books-

Luckett, Margie H. Maryland Women.  Baltimore: King Bros Inc., Press, 1931.

Marshall, Nellie M., compl.  Tombstone Records of Dorchester County, Maryland 1678-1964.  Maryland:  Dorchester County Historical Society, 1965.

Papenfuse, Edward C., ed.  Maryland Manual 1979-1980.  Annapolis:  The Hall of Records Commission, 1979.

White, Frank F., Jr. The Governors of Maryland 1777-1970.  Annapolis:  The Hall of Records Commission, 1970.

Newspaper/Magazine Articles-

"Gov. Goldsborough."  The Evening Capital, 10 November 1911.

"Governor Elect Expected."  The Evening Capital, 16 December 1911.

"Governor Elect Here."  The Evening Capital, 21 December 1911.

"Governor-Elect Makes Inspection of Mansion."  The Advertiser-Republican, 28 December 1911.

"Will Entertain New Governor."  The Evening Capital, 5 January 1912.

"To Dine the Governor."  The Evening Capital, 11 January 1912.

"Governor's First Day."  The Evening Capital, 11 January 1912.

"Governor to Live Here."  The Evening Capital, 11 January 1912.

"Goldsborough Succeeds Crothers As Governor."  The Advertiser-Republican, 11 January 1912.

"Official Day."  The Evening Capital, 12 January 1912.

"Governor and Family."  The Evening Capital, 15 January 1912.

"Reception at Government House."  The Evening Capital, 17 January 1912.

"Mrs. Goldsborough to Receive on Thursday."  The Advertiser-Republican, 18 January 1912.

"Reception at Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 19 January 1912.

"Entertained the Governor."  The Evening Capital, 25 January 1912.

"Thursday Reception."  The Evening Capital, 25 January 1912.

"Reception at the Governor's Mansion."  The Advertiser-Republican, 25 January 1912.

"Items of Interest in Local Society."  The Advertiser-Republican, 1 February 1912.

"The Bishop Host."  The Evening Capital,  1 February 1912.

"For Governor and Wife."  The Evening Capital, 6 February 1912.

"To Give Card Reception."  The Evening Capital, 7 February 1912.

"The Governor to Attend."  The Evening Capital, 13 February 1912.

"The Governor's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 13 February 1912.

"Tonight's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 14 February 1912.

"The Governor's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 14 February 1912.

"Governor Receives."  The Evening Capital, 15 February 1912.

'"Luncheon for Governor's Wife."  The Evening Capital, 17 February 1912.

"Governor at White House."  The Evening Capital, 1 March 1912.

"To Entertain Gov. Wilson."  The Evening Capital, 2 March 1912.

"Wilson Governor's Guest."  The Evening Capital, 4 March 1912.

"When Governor Met Governor."  The Baltimore Sun, 8 March 1912.

"Governor Wilson Here."  The Evening Capital, 8 March 1912.

"Governor at Dinner."  The Evening Capital, 10 April 1912.

"Governor at Albaugh's."  The Evening Capital, 12 April 1912.

"In Governor's Honor."  The Evening Capital, 19 April 1912.

"Governor Entertains."  The Evening Capital, 25 April 1912.

"Brief Paragraphs."  The Advertiser-Republican, 9 May 1912.

"Last Reception Day."  The Evening Capital, 24 May 24 1912.

"Musicale at Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 24 May 1912.

"No Reception at Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 28 May 1912.

"In Honor of Governor's Wife."  The Evening Capital, 28 May 1912.

"Governor's Dinner Party."  The Evening Capital,  30 May 1912.

"President Taft to Pay Visit to the Governor." The Advertiser-Republican, 6 June 1912.

"The Governor Leaves."  The Evening Capital, 11 June 1912.

"President Taft Delivers Diplomas to Middies." The Advertiser-Republican, 13 June 1912.

"Governor Goes to Convention in Auto." The Advertiser-Republican, 13 June 1912.

"Governor at Summer Capital."  The Evening Capital, 28 June 1912.

"Mansion Closed for Summer."  The Advertiser-Republican, 4 July 1912.

"Governor Postpones Vacation."  The Evening Capital, 6 August 1912.

"Ill of Typhoid."  The Evening Capital, 7 August 1912.

"Governor Off for Cambridge."  The Evening Capital, 8 August 1912.

"Items of Interest in Local World."  The Advertiser-Republican, 8 August 1912.

"Governor's Mansion To Be Decorated."  The Evening Capital, 12 August 1912.

"The Governor's Family."  The Evening Capital, 30 September 1912.

"To Open Mansion Tonight."  The Evening Capital, 4 October 1912.

"Governor Harmon to Visit Annapolis."  The Evening Capital, 28 October 1912.

"Thursday Receptions."  The Evening Capital, 12 November 1912.

"Mrs. Goldsborough's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 20 November 1912.

"First 'Thursday Reception'."  The Evening Capital, 22 November 1912.

"Thursday Reception."  The Evening Capital, 26 November 1912.

"Mrs. Goldsborough Will Receive Tomorrow."  The Evening Capital, 27 November 1912.

"What is Happening in the Social World."  The Advertiser-Republican, 28 November 1912.

"Official Reception."  The Evening Capital, 29 November 1912.

"The Governor's Sons."  The Evening Capital, 29 November 1912.

"Governor Going to Richmond."  The Evening Capital, 4 December 1912.

"Governor in Conference."  The Evening Capital, 5 December 1912.

"Thursday's Reception at Executive Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 10 December 1912.

"Meeting at Executive Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 18 December 1912.

"The Governor's Son Home for Holidays."  The Evening Capital, 20 December 1912.

"No Official Receptions."  The Evening Capital, 24 December 1912.

"House Party at Governor's."  The Evening Capital, 24 December 1912.

"Entertaining House Party."  The Evening Capital, 27 December 1912.

"Will Call On Governor."  The Evening Capital, 30 December 1912.

"Mrs. Goldsborough Gives Card Party."  The Evening Capital, 7 January 1913.

"House Guests at Governor's."  The Evening Capital, 9 January 1913.

"To Dine With Governor."  The Evening Capital, 9 January 1913.

"Thursday Reception."  The Evening Capital, 15 January 1913.

"Thursday Receptions Called Off at Government House Until After Lent." The Evening Capital, 21 January 1913.

"Governor's Son Has Measles."  The Evening Capital, 21 January 1913.

"Governor On Vacation."  The Evening Capital, 11 February 1913.

"Governor Sits for Photos."  The Evening Capital, 20 February 1913.

"Governor's Wife Gives Handkerchief."  The Evening Capital, 10 March 1913.

"Dinner at the Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 28 March 1913.

"Government House Dinner."  The Evening Capital, 31 March 1913.

"Mrs. Goldsborough Donates."  The Evening Capital, 5 April 1913.

"Hostess to Middies."  The Evening Capital, 18 April 1913.

"Governor Host at Dinner."  The Evening Capital, 25 April 1913.

"Governor Receives the 1913 Middies."  The Evening Capital, 25 April 1913.

"In Honor of Governor."  The Evening Capital, 1 May 1913.

"Governor and Wife Were Judge Brashears' Guests."  The Advertiser-Republican, 29 May 1913.

"Six Hundred Visitors."  The Evening Capital, 10 June 1913.

"To Close Government House for Summer."  The Evening Sun, 26 June 1913.

"Maryland's Summer Capital."  The Evening Capital, 3 July 1913.

"Governor's Son as Host."  The Evening Capital, 2 August 1913.

"Governor Returns Tonight."  The Evening Capital, 15 September 1913.

"Governor Here Today."  The Evening Capital, 16 September 1913.

"Governor's Auto Breaks Down."  The Evening Capital, 6 October 1913.

"Reception to D.A.R. Governor's Mansion."  The Evening Capital, 11 November 1913.

"The Governor's Son Operated Upon at Baltimore Hospital for Adenoids." The Evening Capital, 13 November 1913.

"Reception to D.A.R. at Government House."  The Evening Capital, 14 November 1913.

"Mrs. Gibbons' Reception."  The Evening Capital, 20 November 1913.

"First State Reception Dec. 11."  The Evening Capital, 28 November 1913.

"Mrs. Goldsborough to Receive."  The Evening Capital, 10 December 1913.

"Mrs. Goldsborough Receives."  The Evening Capital, 18 December 1913.

"Governor to Receive."  The Evening Capital, 30 December 1913.

"Governor and Wife Are Holding Reception Today."  The Advertiser-Republican, 1 January 1914.

"Government House To Be Scene of Card Party This Mid-Week."  The Evening Capital, 19 January 1914.

"Guests at Card Party." The Evening Capital, 22 January 1914.

"Thursday Reception at Government House- Largely Attended."  The Evening Capital, 23 January 1914.

"Farewell Dinner to Gibbons."  The Evening Capital, 3 February 1914.

"Mrs. Goldsborough's Reception."  The Evening Capital, 4 February 1914.

"No Thursday Reception."  The Evening Capital, 10 February 1914.

"Governor Receives Large Gathering."  The Evening Capital, 19 February 1914.

"Governor and Wife at Show."  The Evening Capital, 27 February 1914.

"Governor Host at Dinner."  The Evening Capital, 6 March 1914.

"The Governor's Guest."  The Evening Capital, 18 March 1914.

"Dinner to Governor and Wife."  The Evening Capital, 16 April 1914.

"Dinner at Government House."  The Advertiser-Republican, 8 May 1914.

"In Honor of Governor's Wife."  The Evening Capital, 21 May 1914.

"In Governor's Honor."  The Evening Capital, 28 May 1914.

"Governor on Visit."  The Evening Capital, 8 June 1914.

"Guests at Government House."  The Evening Capital, 10 June 1914.

"Governor on Automobile Tour."  The Evening Capital, 13 June 1914.

"Cambridge Summer Capital."  The Evening Capital, 23 June 1914.

"Governor and Family Will Move to Eastern Shore."  The Advertiser-Republican, 25 June 1914.

"Governor Goes to Seashore."  The Evening Capital, 25 July 1914.

"Governor On Motor Tour."  The Evening Capital, 21 September 1914.

"Governor to Frisco May 6."  The Evening Capital, 13 April 1915.

"Governor to Attend Concert."  The Evening Capital, 22 April 1915.

"Shaping Plans to Entertain Governor."  The Evening Capital, 30 April 1915.

"Guests of Goldsborough."  The Evening Capital, 1 May 1915.

"Governor's Party to Start for Exposition," The Evening Capital, May 4, 1915.

"Governor Busy Here Today," The Evening Capital, May 5, 1915.

"Governor and Party Are Ready for the Trip."  The Evening Capital,  5 May 1915.

"Governor Speeding Toward the Coast."  The Evening Capital, 6 May 1915.

"New Governor Was Sworn in on Wednesday."  The Advertiser-Republican, 13 January 1916.

"Wife of Senator Goldsborough Dies." The Baltimore Sun, 8 January 1930.

"Goldsborough."  The Baltimore Sun, 9 January 1930.

"Their first day."  The Baltimore Sun, 21 January 1987.

Archival sources -

Maryland State Archives BALTIMORE CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS (Death Record)
Death Certificate No. E52785, CM 1132.



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