Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Mary L. Nock (1903-1987)
MSA SC 3520-12321

Sources--

Newspaper articles (listed in chronological order):

"Shore Has Lady Senate Nominee; Mrs. Nock Wins As 24 Other Assembly Incumbents Fail." Baltimore Sun, June 30, 1954.

"Senator Nock Heads Women Legislators." Baltimore Sun, March 9, 1955.

"Senator Nock Named To Education Board." Baltimore Sun, February 4, 1959.

"Tawes To Sign Billboard Curb; Action Also Due On State’s Witness Measure." Baltimore Sun, March 3, 1959.

"Study Asked On Financing Of Schools; Resolution Seeks New Evaluation Of Laws Governing System." Baltimore Sun, February 23, 1960.

Keat, James S. "Study Asks Colleges’ Revamping; 3 Divisions Proposed For State-Operated Institutions." Baltimore Sun, June 22, 1962.

Nordlinger, Stephen E. "Curlett Plan Gets Support; Morgan Asks Exemption." Baltimore Sun, January 25, 1963.

"Education Bill Signed; Tawes To Call Meeting On Plans For Higher Studies." Baltimore Sun, February 27, 1963.

"Ban On Wicomico Pinballs Sought; Senator Nock Offers Bill to End Them June 1." Baltimore Sun, March 6, 1963.

Orrick, Bentley. "Lottery amendment clears early Senate test." Baltimore Sun, February 8, 1972.

"Senator Nock seeks re-election." Baltimore Sun, June 15, 1974.

Corddry, Mary. "White edges by Mrs. Nock in Lower Shore Senate race." Baltimore Sun, September 11, 1974.

Corddry, Mary. "Nock's defeat Shore's biggest upset." Baltimore Sun, September 12, 1974.

"Mary Nock dead at 83; legislator from Shore." Baltimore Sun, May 24, 1987.

Books:

Beningo, Ginger McClain. Mary Layfield Nock: A Woman of Politics.

Nock, Mary L. It Was a Joy and a Pleasure. Salisbury, MD: Mary L. Nock, 1979.


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