Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Dallas F. Nicholas (1903-1966)
MSA SC 3520-13705

Sources:


Archival sources -

Cases, 1930-1966, as covered in information gathered by Larry Gibson

Newspaper articles -

"Golf Case Great Victory."  The Baltimore Afro-American, 18 June 1942.

"Golfing Permit Case Heard."  The Baltimore Evening Sun, 25 June 1942.

"Golfers Win First Round in Park Suit." The Baltimore Afro-American, 27 June 1942.

"Another Trial On Negro Golf."  The Baltimore Sun, 9 October 1942.

"Text of Majority Opinion On Suit Against Ober Act" and "Text of Minority's View On Validity Of Measure."  The Baltimore Sun, 10 February 1950.

"Appeal Lost By Guardian."  The Baltimore Sun, 16 November 1962.

"D. F. Nicholas Services Set." The Baltimore Sun, 10 October 1966.


Archival sources -

Maryland State Archives COURT OF APPEALS (Test Book, Index) Mor-Nn, 1916-, MSA S433-26.

Maryland State Archives COURT OF APPEALS (Test Book), 1916/10/01-1957/06/30, SR 2261-1, MSA SM 126-1.

Maryland State Archives BALTIMORE CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS (Death Record) MSA C2108. 2/21/1/103.

Maryland State Archives BALTIMORE CITY REGISTER OF WILLS (Wills) MSA CM219, CR 11,706-2.


Other Sources -

Web page of Dallas F. Nicholas Elementary School (http://www.greaterhomewood.org/ACESdallas.html)


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