Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Frances Hughes Glendening
MSA SC 3520-2298


Articles -

"Running Mates."  The Baltimore Sun, 7 November 1994.

"Glendening's wife to lead transition." The Baltimore Sun, 17 November 1994.

"The governing principles of Frances Hughes Glendening."  The Baltimore Sun, 11 December 1994.

"Family over mansion as Frances prepares to be Maryland's First Lady."  The Capital, 1 January 1995.

"Glendenings Initiate an Open-Door Policy."  The Washington Post, 22 January 1995.

"Pleased to meet you." The Capital, 22 January 1995.

Macintosh, Kay.  "The Glendening Five."  Style (January/February 1995), 49-54, 83-85.

"MD.'s First Ladies, At Last." The Baltimore Sun, 30 March 30 1995.

"Wives are on display in mansion exhibit." The Capital, 30 March 1995.

"A Historical View of Md. First Ladies." The Washington Post, 6 April 1995.

"Students pitch in to decorate governor's mansion."  The Capital, 14 December 1995.

"First lady balances outside job, duties." The Capital, 3 January 1996.

"New Look for an Old Friend." The Capital, 20 April 1996.

"The Painful Journey of a Governor's Wife."  Good Housekeeping, November 1996.

"Book spotlights Md. woment's breakthroughs." The Capital, 11 November 1996.

"Dinner honors first lady Glendening." The Capital, 1 February 1997.

"The Price of Perfection." The Washington Post, 2 April 1997.

"First ladies to sign book about governors' mansions."  The Baltimore Sun, 15 October 1997.

"Open House at Governor's Mansion."  The Capital, 15 December 1997.

"Series promotes arts involvement." The Capital, 17 December 1997.

"New Library Will Chronicle First Ladies." The Washington Post, 26 January 1998.

"Library honors first ladies."  The Capital, 27 February 1998.

"Portrait exhibit honors women in Maryland's history." The Capital, 17 March 1998 - Women's History Month exhibit at Government House in conjunction with the Maryland Historical Society

"Maryland's history of women."  The Baltimore Sun, 27 March 1998.

"Governor's wife, political partner." The Baltimore Sun, 6 October 1998.

"Dollars flow to efforts of first lady." The Baltimore Sun, 12 December 1999.

"Glendening and His Wife Are Not Living Together."  The Washington Post, 27 July 2000.

"Governor, first lady living separately after 23 years of marriage."  The Baltimore Sun, 28 July 2000.

"Maryland's First Ladies Stood by Their Man -- er -- Guv."  Bay Weekly, 23-29 March 2000.

"Glendenings Go Private Over Public Partnership."  The Washington Post, 1 August 2000.

"Glendenings granted immediate divorce." The Baltimore Sun, 20 November 2001.

Smith, Linell.  "In portrait, she's still first lady."  The Baltimore Sun, 9 February 2002.

Koenig, Sarah.  "Former first lady steps out."  The Baltimore Sun, 17 March 2002.

Montgomery, Lori.  "'No Regrets'; Frances Anne Glendening Reflects on the Future."  The Washington Post, 9 February 2003.

Martin, Sandra. "Mothers, Heroes and First Ladies." The Bay Weekly, 8-14 May 2003.

Books -

Yewell, Therese C. Women of Achievement in Prince George's County History.  Upper Marlboro, MD:  Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning
        Commission, 1994.

Other sources -

The Daily Record's Top 100 Women, 2003.

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