Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Robert B. Watts (1922-1998)
MSA SC 3520-2947


Newspaper articles -

"Watts, leaving city bench, calls for separate family court."  The Daily Record, 18 April 1985.

"Orphans Court judges file for re-election." The Baltimore Sun, 2 June 1994.

"Editorial: 'New day' for racial integration." The Baltimore Sun, 16 December 1995.

"Move to dump judicial elections gains fuel; Study commission points to divisive race in Howard."  The Baltimore Sun, 15 September 1996.

"Judge Robert B. Watts, 76, dies; Civil rights lawyer, Circuit Court jurist, drew people together."  The Baltimore Sun, 9 October 1998.

"Letters to the Editor."  The Baltimore Sun, 2 November 1998.

"Robert Watts, 59, school administrator." The Baltimore Sun, 12 December 1999.

"City's hall of justice celebrates 100 years; Gala will raise funds in effort to restore Mitchell Courthouse." The Baltimore Sun, 7 October 2000.

"Baltimore Lawyers and Judges of the 20th Century.  Celebration of the Mitchell Courthouse Centennial."  The Daily Record, fall 2000.

"City/County Digest."  The Baltimore Sun, 2 March 2001.

"Law center to honor chief judge; Bell is praised for improving access to legal system."  The Baltimore Sun, 22 June 2001.

Books -

Histories of the Bench and Bar of Baltimore City.  Baltimore:  Baltimore Courthouse and Law Museum Foundation, 1997.

Web sources -

Maryland Public Television.  "Color at the Bar:  The Rise of African-Americans in the Maryland Legal System."

Martindale-Hubbel Lawyer locator on-line.

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