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Humanities, research on A History of the Negro Slave Trade in
Colonial America, Oregon State University.

Vivian Wiser, historian, U. S. Department of Agriculture; Howard
Wood, Attorney, Centreville; Marilu Wood, researcher, Historic
Annapolis, Inc.; St. Clair Wright, Vice President, Historic Annapolis,
Inc.; Virginia Zylstra, graduate student, The Johns Hopkins University.


Morris L. Radoff, Thirty-Second Annual Report of the Archivist of the
Hall of Records for Fiscal Year July 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967.

———————, "Foreword" to Skordas' Early Settlers of Maryland.

——————, "The Maryland Hall of Records," Manuscripts, Vol. 20,
No. 2, Spring, 1968.

-, For History's Sake: The Preservation and Publication of

North Carolina History, 1663-1903, by H.G. Jones. Review appeared

in the William and Mary Quarterly, XXV, No. 2, April 1968 issue.

——————, and Frank F. White, MARYLAND MANUAL, 1967-


-, and Beverly A. Baker, Index Holdings, July 1968, Bulle-

tin No. 14 of the Hall of Records Commission.

Gust Skordas, The Early Settlers of Maryland, The Genealogical Pub-
lishing Co., Baltimore, 1968.

Connis O. Brown, "The Procedural Microfilm Recording of Current
Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland," The National
Micro-News, No. 88, July, 1967.

Frank F. White, Revised Edition of Heinrich E. Budiholz, Gover-
nors of Maryland, Publication No. 15 of the Hall of Records Com-
mission. In preparation.

———————, "A Selected List of State Documents," Quarterly in
Maryland Libraries.

-, Resource Guide on the Maryland Constitutional Conven-

tion, Maryland State Department of Education, Baltimore, 1967. Mr.
White was the largest collaborator.


The repair room recovered somewhat from the loss of its ex-
perienced staff the preceding year. The number of pages laminated
increased from 18,645 to 26,570. This last figure is only slightly above
the annual average for prior years when only one person was doing


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