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Commission, Anne Arundel County; Lois Green Carr, Historian of
St. Mary's City Commission; St. Julien R. Childs, Editor, Archives of
Maryland; Howard W. Christian, student of the Contemporary Signifi-
cance of Original Land Survey Patterns in the Delmarva Peninsula,
Syracuse University; Charlotte C. Cook, graduate student, University
of Maryland; Margaret Cook, historian of Prince George's County,
Oxon Hill; Betsy Crone, Governor's Task Force on Modern Manage-
ment; Brigitte Marie Delorme, U.S.I.S., American Embassy, France;
Edward S. Digges, Jr., graduate student, Princeton University.

J. Fred Dorman, genealogist, Washington, D. C.; Caleb Dorsey,
research on the original tracts in Howard County, Baltimore; William
V. Elder III, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore; C. Ashley Ellefson,
Associate Professor of History, Cortland College, Cortland, New York,
research on the Development of the Common Law Courts in Maryland
to 1775; Gyozo Ember, General Director of the National Archives of
Hungary in Budapest; H. Vernon Eney, President, Constitutional Con-
vention of Maryland, 1967-1968; Sister John Fisher Farrell, research
on William Pinkney, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan;
P. William Filby, Librarian, Maryland Historical Society; Richard P.
Fuke, graduate student, University of Chicago; Joy Gary, research on
Patrick Creagh.

John T. Guidas, graduate student, Georgetown University; Bright
C. Halwindi, National Archives, Lusaka, Zambia; Mrs. Norris Harris,
genealogist, Glen Burnie; Pauline J. Harris, graduate student, Morgan
State College; Mrs. Truman E. Hienton, historian of Prince George's
County; James E. Highsmith, indexer, Historic Annapolis, Inc.; Ronald
Hoffman, research on The Maryland Merchant Community, 1760-1790,
University of Wisconsin; Thomas F. Hubbard, former Executive Sec-
retary, Board of Examiners and Registration of Architects; Bryden B.
Hyde, architect and antiquarian, Gibson Island; Ruth M. James, graduate
student, Morgan State College; Maxine Keller, Librarian, Constitutional
Convention; Hamill Kenny, student of Indians of Maryland; Kadidia
Kiello, U.S.I.S., American Embassy, Quagadougou, Upper Volta.

Aubrey C. Land, Professor of History, University of Maryland,
now of the University of Georgia; David C. Lindeman, researcher for
Littleton Griswold Foundation, Columbia University Law School, New
York; James A. McAllister, Jr., historian, Dorchester County; Jane
McWilliams, Historic Annapolis, Inc.; Richard K. MacMaster, graduate
student, Georgetown University; Louise Magruder, genealogist, An-


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