Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Anne St. Clair Wright (1910-1993)
MSA SC 3520-15137

Sources:


Newspaper articles -

"Preservationist St. Clair Wright dies." The Capital, 19 September 1993.

"400 pay last respects to St. Clair Wright." The Capital, 22 September 1993.

Doyel, Ginger. “Annapolis, past to present: How Market House was saved.” The Capital, September 1, 2004.

Doyel, Ginger. “Annapolis from Past to Present: St. Clair Wright had interesting history of her own.” The Capital, April 21, 2004. Pg. B1.

Jaques, Frances. “HAF to name center for St. Clair Wright.” The Capital, July 1, 2002.

Holley, Pete. “Museum offers sneak preview.” The Capital, March 24, 2006.

Young, Nicole. “Molding collapse damages City Council chambers.” The Capital, July 18, 2006.

Winters, Wendi. “Wright lecture features renowned advocate for historic preservation.” The Capital, March 11, 2008.

Frances, Jaques. “Scholarship recognizes preservationist's efforts.” The Capital, May 27, 1997.

“HAF anniversary dinner June 22.” The Capital, May 13, 2002

Doyel, Ginger. “Annapolis From Past To Present: How historic buildings get those markers.” The Capital, October 13, 2004.

Booth Conroy, Sarah. “Sister Cities of Preservation; Three Leaders in the Fight to Save Pieces of Urban History.” The Washington Post, January 23, 1985.

Cytrynbaum, Pam. “Preservationists Hope to Polish City's 'Tarnished Vistas'.” The Washington Post, July 21, 1988.

Hernandez, Nelson. “Tough Love From Annapolis Preservation Panel; Commission's Restrictions Credited With Saving City's Identity.” The Washington Post, July 4, 2002.


Books -

Robert Harry McIntire. Annapolis Maryland Families. Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 653 and 789.

Wright, St. Clair. Preface. Annapolis: the spirit of the Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis, Md. : Portfolio Press, Ltd., 1988.

Stegman, Carolyn. Women of Achievement in Maryland History. Forestville, MD: Women of Achievement in Maryland History Incorporated, 2002. pg. 156-157.


Other Sources-

Kohl, Larry. “Annapolis : Camelot on the bay.” National Geographic, August 1988.

“William Paca House.” The Captial. http://www.hometownannapolis.com/tour_paca.html

“Carroll Barrister House.” Council of Independent Colleges: Historic campus Architecture Project. http://hcap.artstor.org/cgi-bin/library?a=d&d=p1636

Hole, Donna. Preservation Planning in Annapolis, A Community Task, Community Commitment.

Russo, Jean. “St. Clair Wright.” PowerPoint presentation. Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD.

“Biography.” Anne St. Clair Wright. http://www.stclairwright.com

“Anne St. Clair Wright.” Maryland Commission for Women. Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame, 12 March 2009. http://www.msa.md.gov/msa/educ/exhibits/womenshall/html/wright.html

“Wright, Anne S.” Social Security Death Index. http://ssdi.rootsweb.ancestry.com/

Kiewitt, Carrie. “2009 Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame Nomination Form”. Maryland Commission for Women, 2008.

“Foundation Celebrates: A Tribute to Anne St. Claire Wright.” Historic Annapolis Foundation Journal.



 
 
 

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