The Archives would like to encourage members of the Maryland Chamber National Association of Women Judges to help us update our biographical files. We would be pleased with any contributions, including family information, photographs and office-related memorabilia, that would provide a more complete and accurate account of members' careers. Also, the web version can encompass anyone inadvertently missed, and we would be grateful if any omissions were brought to our attention.
The following pages were prepared by the Archives' Director of Biographical Research, Emily Oland Squires, Research Archivists, Karen Hare and Jennifer Hafner, Archival Interns designated as Kathleen O'Ferrall Friedman Research Fellows, Joanna Berger, Alicia Brooks, Jennifer Copeland, and Lisa McTaggart, and Archives Webmaster and Editor for Electronic Publications, Lynne MacAdam. Staff would be pleased to work with any volunteer and paid intern efforts to correct, collect and publish additional biographical information. This project has been funded cooperatively by the Maryland State Archives, the Maryland Bar Foundation, Inc., the Baltimore Bar Foundation, and the Maryland Chapter of the National Association of Women Judges. The Archives would welcome volunteers and financial support for student interns to expand and improve upon what we have begun. Any contributions are tax deductible and will be applied directly to the specific purposes for which they are given as provided for in the legislation creating the State Archives Fund enacted in 1993.
This list, accompanying biographical information, and chronology are
by no means complete. We are making every effort to update the material
on a regular basis as time and resources permit. We would hope that
Association would look upon the collection of additional biographical
information about its members, and the preparation of biographies in electronic
form on the web, as an achievable and worthy goal. How well we remember
those who represented us and what they did is closely tied to how highly
government is valued and the degree to which the record of government can
Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, Jr.
State Archivist and Commissioner of Land Patents
April 10, 2002
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