Thurgood Marshall: Reference Materials prepared for the Consideration of the Commission on the Thurgood Marshall Memorial Statue in Annapolis

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MSA SC 2221-16-1. Chronology of the life of Thurgood Marshall from Lisa Aldred, Thurgood Marshall, Supreme Court Justice, 1990: 123; "Justice Marshall speaks," Annapolis Evening Capital (June 22, 1977); 1977 portrait of Thurgood Marshall by Hughie Lee-Smith, Maryland Commission on Afro-American History and Culture MC076; "Marshall honored at dedication of statue as 'symbol of progress,'" in Baltimore Sun (May 17, 1980): A1, A8;

MSA SC 2221-16-2. "Retired justice, 84, led many civil rights battles," in Baltimore Sun (January 25, 1993): A1, A6; "Marshall's friends and colleagues mourn passing of larger-than-life jurist," in Baltimore Sun (January 25, 1993): A7; "Marshall made America think differently of race," in Baltimore Sun (January 25, 1993): A6, A7.

MSA SC 2221-16-3. Lucy D. Suddreth, "Thurgood Marshall: His Papers at LC Document a Career in Civil Rights," in Library of Congress Information Bulletin 52, no. 4 (February 22, 1993): 75-80.

MSA SC 2221-16-4. "A Biography of Thurgood Marshall, who 'came to personify the NAACP,'" book review in Baltimore Sun (November 29, 1992); "A Pioneer in the Halls of Justice," book review in The Washington Post (January 24, 1993); "Thurgood Marshall, on the Bench and Off," book review in New York Times (January 20, 1993); "Mr. Civil Rights," book review in The New York Times (February 7, 1993); "He did what he could," book review in Baltimore Sun (March 15, 1993).

MSA SC 2221-16-5. Tony Mauro, "Thankfully, Marshall's Stories Can Be Told," in Legal Times (February 1, 1993): 8, 10; "Chief Justice Castigates Library," in The Washington Post (May 26, 1993): A1, A6; "The Library Betrayed Justice Marshall," in The Washington Post (n.d.); "There's Nothing to Fear in Those Papers," in The Washington Post (n.d.); "Library of Congress Honored Justice Marshall's Wish," in Letters to the Editor in The Washington Post (n.d.); "Marshall's Plan: Prod the Living," in The Washington Post (n.d.); "The Thurgood Marshall Collection: Press Stories Stir Furor over LC's Opening of Papers," in Library of Congress Information Bulletin 52, no. 12 (June 14, 1993): 231, 252-55.

MSA SC 2221-16-6. Juan Williams, "The Triumph of Thurgood Marshall," in The Washington Post Magazine (January 7, 1990): 1219, 27-29.

MSA SC 2221-16-7. 1935. Letters of Thurgood Marshall and Charles Houston; column by H.L. Mencken on The Murray Case; the beginning of Marshall's argument from Raymond A. Pearson, et al., Board of Regents of the University of Maryland vs. Donald G. Murray, MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS General Docket No. 53 (October 1935), all reproduced from the Collections of the Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, NAACP Collection, Group I, Series D, Container 94.

MSA SC 2221-16-8. Photo of Thurgood Marshall, Donald Gaines Murray, and Charles Huston from SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Maryland History Slide Collection), MSA SC 1260-129; photo of Marshall as high school student from Carl T. Rowan, Dream Makers, Dream Breakers: The World of Justice Thurgood Marshall, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1993; photo of Marshall, Charles Houston and Donald Murray from Dream Makers, Dream Breakers; 1936 photo of Marshall from Juan Williams, "The Triumph of Thurgood Marshall," in The Washington Post Magazine (January 7, 1990): 13; photos of Marshall et al. from Lucy D. Suddreth, "Thurgood Marshall: His Papers at LC Document a Career in Civil Rights," in Library of Congress Information Bulletin 52, no. 4 (February 22, 1993): 76.

MSA SC 2221-16-9. Maryland State House, overview and introduction, HABS 1, MSA SC 1197-1; Maryland State House, site plan HABS 2, MSA SC 1197-2.

MSA SC 2221-16-10. Derived from a LEXIS'-NEXIS' search; copyright reserved as noted in the text. Michael Meltsner, "The Late Justice; Thurgood Marshall," The Nation 256, no. 6 (February 15, 1993): 184; "Marshall's Assessments of Nation's Notables" New York Times 31 January 1993, Late edition, Section 1, p. 31, col. 1; Linda Greenhouse, "Thurgood Marshall, Civil Rights Hero, Dies at 84," New York Times, 25 January 1993, Late edition, Section A, p. 1, col. 4; "In Marshall's Own Words," New York Times, 25 January 1993, Late edition, Section B, p. 9, col. 1; Phil Mintz, "Marshall Dies; High court's 1st black justice led civil rights fight," Newsday, 25 January 1993, City edition, p. 3; Joan Biskupic, "Thurgood Marshall, Retired Justice, Dies; Unyielding Defender of Individual Rights," The Washington Post, 25 January 1993, Final edition, p. A1.


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This publication was designed and developed by Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse and prepared with the assistance of Lynne MacAdam. Publication No. 6259. MSA SC 2221-16 1994, Maryland State Archives, rev. 1999

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