Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

James Clark, Jr. (1918-2006)
MSA SC 3520-1617


Newspaper articles -

"State Bill Aims at Rescuing Farmland." The Baltimore Sun, 8 March 1974.

"Senator's home-grown fuel."  The Baltimore Sun, 8 October 1979.

"Sen. Clark Goes Back to the Farm." The Washington Post, 17 July 1986.

Coram, James M.  "Former Md. legislator among issue's 'pioneers'."  The Baltimore Sun, 28 February 1995.

"Ex-senator still a force."  The Baltimore Sun, 1 June 1999.

"Making plans for a crop of tourists."  The Baltimore Sun, 7 May 2002.

Hopkins, Jamie Smith.  Unexpected development; Estate Owner's change of heart has put the boyhood home of a former state senator into conservationists' hands." The Baltimore Sun 14 Jan 2002.

Alexander, Sandy. "College honors a former lawmaker."  The Baltimore Sun 23 April 2004.

"James Clark, his farm endure." The Baltimore Sun, 16 July 2006.

"A lawmaker and land preservationist; James Clark, Jr., 1918-2006." The Baltimore Sun, 2006.

Books -

Clark, James, Jr. Jim Clark:  Soldier, Farmer, Legislator. A Memoir by James Clark Jr.  Baltimore:  Gateway Press, 1999.

Hall of Records Commission, Maryland Manual 1959-60, (Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1960), 197.

Kummer, Frederic Arnold, et al. The Free State of Maryland.  Baltimore: The Historical Record Association, n.d.

Radoff, Morris L. The Old Line State: A History of Maryland. Hopkinsville, KY: Historical Record Assocation, n.d.

State Archives of the State of Maryland, Maryland Manual 1985-86, (Glen Burnie, MD: Optic Graphics, Inc., 1985), 82.

Other Sources -

1999 Society of Senates Past Publication
2000 Society of Senates Past Publication

1994 First Citizen Award Recipient - Remarks by Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Senate President, on the occasion of the award presentation, January 12, 1994

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