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Hale, Jr., Archivist of Massachusetts; Loring E. Hawes, Assistant
Attorney General of Maryland; Mrs. Truman E. Hienton, Historian of
Prince George's County; Mrs. Richard P. Hilder, Cambridge, Mary-
land; Admiral Harry Hill (USN Ret.), Historian of Maryland Silver;
Bryden B. Hyde, Architect-Historian, Gibson Island, Maryland; Shigen
Ileuta, Researcher, Center for East Asian Cultural Studies, Oriental
Library, Tokyo, Japan; Augustine D. Jallah, Acting Director, Central
National Archives & Bureau of Patents, Trademarks and Incorporation,
Department of State, Monrovia, Liberia; H. G. Jones, State Archivist,
Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina; Her-
man Kahn, Assistant Archivist for Civil Archives, National Archives,
Washington, D.C.; J. Reaney Kelly, Quaker Historian, Annapolis,
Maryland; Robert J. Kerr, II, Director of Historic Annapolis; Aubrey
C. Land, Head, History Department, University of Maryland; Edward
McM. Larrobee, Archaeologist, Fort Louisburg Restoration, Nova
Scotia; John T. Latham, Annapolis; E. John Long, feature writer The
Carpenter Magazine, New York, New York; William B. Marye,
Genealogist, Baltimore, Maryland; Bernard J. Medairy, Member,
House of Delegates, Baltimore County; James A. McAllister, Historian
of Dorchester County.

Mrs. John O. McNelly, Regent, Peggy Stewart Tea Party Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolution, Annapolis; Foster C. Nix, bio-
grapher of Andrew Hamilton, West Chester, Pennsylvania; C.
Frank Poole, Records Officer, City of Baltimore; Ernst Posner, Dir-
ector, Study of State Archival Programs, The Society of American
Archivists, Washington, D.C.; Marshall W. Raffel, Maryland State
Planning Commission, Baltimore; Richard H. Randall, Jr., Curator,
Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Roger Redden, Attorney, Baltimore;
John Beverly Riggs, Eleutherian Mills Historical Library, Wilmington,
Delaware; Milton Rubincam, American Society of Genealogists, Wash-
ington, D.C.; John W. Sause, Assistant Attorney General of Maryland
and Historian of Kent Island, Centreville; Joseph H. Smith, Professor
of Law, Columbia University, New York; S. Wilson Smith, Professor
of History, the Johns Hopkins University; Jean Stephenson, Director,
Genealogical Institute of the American University, Washington, D.C.;
Captain Donald Stewart, commanding officer of the L7SS Constella-
tion; Neil Strawser, C.B.S.-T.V. Reporter and Biographer of Samuel
Chase; Marion Warren, Historical Photographer, Annapolis; Reverend
Arbie D. Webb, Baltimore; Peter Welsh, Smithsonian Institute, Wash-
ington, D.C.; Constance Werner, Researcher for Historic Annapolis;
Mrs. J. M. P. Wright, President, Historic Annapolis, Inc.; W. Irwin
Young, Chief, Bureau of Revenue Estimates, State Comptroller's
Office, Annapolis.


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