Arthur Pue Gorman (1839-1906)
MSA SC 3520-1675
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Newspaper/Journal articles (in chronological order) -
"Senator Gorman." The Evening Capital, 22 May 1884.
"Senator Gorman." The Evening Capital, 12 July 1890.
"Senator Gorman Dead; Void Left In Party." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Asked For Simple Funeral; Maryland Senator Will Be Buried In Oak Hill Thursday." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Congress Takes Action; Both Houses Pass Resolutions Of Sorrow And Adjourn." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Estimates By Senators; What Mr. Gorman's Colleagues Think Of Him; Eulogies Of His Friends." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Who Will Succeed Him? Great Responsibility Rests Upon Governor Warfield; Appointee To Serve 2 Years." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Stories Of Mr. Gorman; Regarded As Presidential Possibility in 1892 and 1904; Was Good Baseball Player." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Death of Senator Gorman." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Rayner Is Sympathetic; Senator Came Home Saturday With Grave Apprehensions; Pays Tribute To Colleague." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Career Of Mr. Gorman; His Rise From Page To United States Senator." The Baltimore Sun, 5 June 1906.
"Many Honor Him; Senator Gorman's Death Calls Forth A Notable Demonstration At His Home." The Baltimore Sun, 6 June 1906.
"Passing Of The 'Ring;' Changes Looked For In Management Of Democratic Party." The Baltimore Sun, 6 June 1906.
"Interest In Successor; Governor Warfield Expected To Name Him Promptly." The Baltimore Sun, 6 June 1906.
"Called On Mrs. Gorman; Governor And Mrs. Warfield Express Their Sympathy." The Baltimore Sun, 7 June 1906.
"A Strong Man Is Needed; Powerful Demand
For Fitness As Senatorship Test; Senators Are Watching; Stories of Mr.
The Baltimore Sun, 7 June 1906.
"Last Honors Paid Him; Eminent Men Attend Funeral Of Senator A.P. Gorman." The Baltimore Sun, 7 June 1906.
"Wm. Pinkney Whyte Appointed Senator; Maryland's 'Grand Old Man' Chosen To Succeed Mr. Gorman." The Baltimore Sun, 9 June 1906.
Paul Winchester. "What the Baltimore Sun Said About Senator
Gorman in 1895." In Men of Maryland Since the Civil War.
Baltimore: Maryland County Press Syndicate, 1923. pp. 235-242.
"Senate Democratic Caucus Organizes," in Thirty Minutes of Senate History. S.Pub. 105-33. Washington, D.C.: Office of the Secretary of the Senate, 1998.
"Proposed name of Columbia project turns up unsavory political history." The Baltimore Sun, 14 March 2000.
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