Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Richard King (1855-?)
MSA SC 3520-13654


Archival documents -

Petition of Richard E. King to U.S. Government, 19 May 1884, from The National Archives, Washington D.C., Record Group 46 (Records of the Committee on the Judiciary and Related Committees, 1816-1988) 48th Congress: Petitions, Memorials and Resolutions of State Legislatures, and Related Documents.

Senate Docket For Richard King Petition, 19 May 1884, from The National Archives, Washington D.C., Record Group 46 (Records of the Committee on the Judiciary and Related Committees, 1816-1988) Legislative Docket of the Senate Judiciary Committee, 48th Congress, 1st-2nd Session.

Article LIX, Section 3, State of Maryland Revised Code Vol. II (1879)

COURT OF APPEALS (Maryland Reports) In the Matter of Charles Taylor, 48 Md. 28 (1877)

Maryland State Archives SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (The Annapolis I Remember Collection) 1896-97 Annapolis Directory, MSA SC 2140, 0/11/9/2-24

COURT OF APPEALS (Test Book) Richard E. King, Volume RWG 1 Page 127 [MSA S431-1, 1/66/14/12]

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU (Census Record, MD) Richard King, 1900, Anne Arundel County, E D 16 Sheet 22B [MSA SM 61-375, M2366-2].

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT (Land Records) Richard E. and Mary F. King to the Workingmen's B&L Association, 1895, Volume  JCB 1 pp 292-293 [MSA CM 109, CR 73,540-1]

Undated broadside advertising Richard E. King's law office, residence, and restaurant at 43 West Street, Annapolis, MSA SC 2418-9-1.


Newspaper articles -

"Colored Lawyers," The Baltimore Sun, 21 May 1884.

"Colored Lawyers Complaining," The Evening Capital, 21 May 1884.

"Court Proceedings Continued," St. Mary's Beacon, 30 September 1886.

"Applied for Admissions," St. Mary's Enterprise, 2 October 1886.

"Court Proceedings," St. Mary's Enterprise,2 October 1886.

"Court Proceedings," St. Mary's Beacon, 7 October 1886.

"Court Proceedings," St. Mary's Beacon, 6 October 1887.

"Circuit Court Proceedings," St. Mary's Beacon, 8 December 1887.

"Personal," St. Mary's Enterprise, 10 December 1887.

St. Mary's Enterprise, 15 December 1887.

"At Last It Has Come," St. Mary's Beacon, 15 December 1887.

"Localwise and Otherwise," St. Mary's Beacon, 12 April 1888.

"Registerd Voters," St. Mary's Beacon, 24 May 1888.

"The Republican Convention," St. Mary's Beacon, 24 August 1888.

"Communicated," St. Mary's Beacon, 30 May 1889.

"A Colored Lawyer," The Baltimore Sun, 26 June 1889.

"Celebration," St. Mary's Beacon, 27 June 1889.

St. Mary's Beacon, 8 August 1889.

"Republican Convention," St. Mary's Beacon, 12 September 1889.

"Tournament," St. Mary's Beacon, 31 October 1889.


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