Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

George L. Russell, Jr. (b. 1929)
MSA SC 3520-11548


Primary sources -

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS (Biographical files) George L. Russell, Jr. [MSA S136, 1/32/4/28]

Articles -

"3 attorneys honored by Md. lawyers group." The Baltimore Sun, 7 May 1995.

"Baltimore lawyer gets award from NAACP for counsel to group."  The Baltimore Sun, 18 July 1997.

"Blount gets court's OK to run; Appeals panel says state senator lives in his Baltimore district."  The Baltimore Sun,  2 September 1998.

"Letters to the Editor."  The Baltimore Sun, 12 March 1999.

"Museum of black history gets boost; Glendening adds $15.4 million to project near Inner Harbor."  The Baltimore Sun, 31 January 1999.

"Agency, schools unite to push black history; Museum: A budding partnership aims to give pupils dynamic and comprehensive
        lessons on the African-American experience in Maryland."  The Baltimore Sun, 13 April 2002.

"Man on a mission." The Baltimore Sun, 19 June 2005.

Books -

Histories of the Bench and Bar of Baltimore City.  Baltimore:  Baltimore Courthouse and Law Museum Foundation, 1997.

Web sources -

Martindale-Hubbell Lawyer Locator on-line.

Maryland Public Television.  "Color at the Bar:  The Rise of African-Americans in the Maryland Legal System."

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