Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Elizabeth Catherine Baker Ritchie
MSA SC 3520-2288
Wife of Albert Ritchie, Governor of Maryland, 1920-1935
 

Sources:


Archival sources -

BALTIMORE CITY CIRCUIT COURT NO. 2 (Equity Papers B, Divorces and Foreclosures) Elizabeth Catherine Ritchie vs. Albert Cabel Ritchie, 1916, Box 428 Case No. 15968B [MSA T57-448, 3/18/12/62]


Books -

Kinghorn, Jonathan. The Atlantic Transport Line, 1881-1931. Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Co., 2012.

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


Newspaper/Magazine Articles -

"Miss Baker a Bride." The Baltimore Sun, 19 May 1907.

"To Divorce Mr. Ritchie." The Baltimore Sun, 27 June 1916.

"Bernard N. Baker Dead." The Baltimore Sun, 21 December 1918.

"Ritchie's Former Wife Weds Again." The Baltimore Sun, 29 November 1928.


Other Sources -

Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Ritchie Collection) M11761, MSA SC 4712.

Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Elizabeth Ritchie Collection), MSA SC 1722.

Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Governor Albert Ritchie Collection) 1968-1987 ca., MSA SC 1935.

Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Legislative History Project) Governor Albert C. Ritchie, MSA SC 1138-1480, 2/11/11/10.



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