Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Lavinia Margaret Engle (1892-1979)
MSA SC 3520-11633

Sources:


Archival Sources -

Secretary of State. Maryland Manual 1922. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1922.

Secretary of State. Maryland Manual 1923. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1923.

Secretary of State. Maryland Manual 1929. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1930.

Secretary of State. Maryland Manual 1930. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1931.

Secretary of State. Maryland Manual 1930. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1931.

Comptroller of the Treasury. Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Maryland for the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 1931 to the Hon. Albert C. Ritchie Governor of Maryland. Baltimore: King Bros. Inc., 1931.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY, Laws, 1931, MdHR 820977-1, (2/2/6/33).

GENERAL ASSEMBLY, Laws, 1931, MdHR 820977-1, (2/2/6/33).

Comptroller of the Treasury. Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Maryland for the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 1933 to the Hon. Albert C. Ritchie of Maryland. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1933.

Comptroller of the Treasury. Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Maryland for the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 1934 to the General Assembly of Maryland. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1934.

Secretary of State. Maryland Manual 1936. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1937.

Secretary of State. Maryland Manual 1937. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1938.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE, DIVISION OF VITAL RECORDS (Death Record) Lavinia Margaret Engle, 29 May 1979 [MSA S310, 2/25/2/20]



Newspaper Articles -

"Women, Old and Young, March in Great Pageant."The Baltimore News, 3 March 1913.

"Suffrage Day in Washington." The Baltimore Star, 3 March 1913.

"Women's Plaints Stir Congressmen." The Baltimore News, 4 March 1913.

"Suffragists Bitter at Police Neglect." The Baltimore Star, 4 March 1913.

"Hard Licks for Police." The Baltimore Sun, 10 March 1913.

"Join the Suffragist Parade; Four Hundred Washington Women are Going to Baltimore Saturday." The Washington Post, 25 May 1913.

"Many Noted Women Guests in the City; Fifteen Hundred Here for Opening of Pan-American Conference." The Baltimore Sun, 20 April 1922.

"Famous Women Paid Tribute at Close of Rally." The Baltimore Sun, 24 April 1922.

"12 Greatest Women are Being Selected." The Baltimore Sun, 19 June 1922.

"Miss Lavinia Engle Quits Maryland League Post." The Washington Post, 29 June 1930.

"Lavinia Engle Comes Out for Legislature." The Baltimore Sun, 2 July 1930.

"County Delegations in Legislature." The Baltimore Sun, 6 November 1930.

"Chevy Chase Club Hears Miss Engle." The Washington Post, 10 May 1931.

"Miss Engle Tells New Women's Duty." The Washington Post, 22 June 1933.

"Maryland Rum Rules Will Bar Sales to Minors; Miss Engle Wins Battle in Sunday Session of Assembly." The Washington Post, 4 December 1933.

"A Lady Commissioner." The Washington Post, 24 December 1933.

"Equal Political Chance Seen Open to Women." The Washington Post, 29 October 1934.

"Nice Awaits U.S. Social Security Plan." The Baltimore Sun, 26 February 1935.

"Lavinia Engle Gets Security Board Position." The Baltimore Sun, 6 June 1936.

"Lavinia Engle of the LWV." The Washington Post, 16 March 1969.

"Women's Suffrage Revisited." The New York Times, 25 May 1970.

Pearson, Richard. "Lavinia Engle, Women's Advocate." The Washington Post, 30 May 1979.

"Suffragette Lavinia Engle Dies at 87." The Montgomery Journal, 6 June 1979.


Books -

Johnson, Nancy Revelle. "Lavinia Margaret Engle, 1892- : Volunteer and Political Leader." Notable Maryland Women. Ed. Helmes, Winifred G. Cambridge, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1977. 122-127.

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

Stegman, Carolyn B. Women of Achievement in Maryland History. Maryland: Anaconda Press, 2002.



On-line Sources -

"Montgomery County, Maryland: Our History and Government." Montgomery County Government, Office of Public Information, July 1999.  http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/Content/culture/images/history.pdf.

"Commission for Women - Montgomery County Women's History Archives." Montgomery County Government, 2005.   http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/cfwtmpl.asp?url=/content/cfw/MCWHProject/MCWHArchives/MCWomensHistoryEngle.asp.

"Social Security Pioneers: Lavinia M. Engle." Social Security Administration, n.d.   http://www.ssa.gov/history/engle.html.


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