John de Peyster Douw (8/18/1873-8/12/1942)
MSA SC 3520-13712
Mayor of Annapolis, 1905-1907
Primary sources -
MILITARY DEPARTMENT (Service Records, Maryland National Guard) John D. Douw, Box 218 Bates No. 54982 [MSA S1500, 0-6-2-53]
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS (Death Record, Counties) John De Peyster Douw, 12 August 1942, Anne Arundel County [MSA S1179, 2-13-1-56]
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Estate Papers) John DeP. Douw, Box 44 File No. 5855 [MSA T72, 1-5-6-29]
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Wills, Original) John DeP. Douw, Box 3 File No. 5855 [MSA T1700, 0-30-9-9]
Newspaper articles -
"Democratic Victory: They Elect Their Mayor, Counsellor and Three Alderman," The Evening Capital, 11 July 1905.
"History of the Candidates: Sketches of Business Career of Those Who Will Serve City for Two Years," The Evening Capital, 11 July 1905.
"The City Election," The Evening Capital, 11 July 1905.
"Mayor Douw Takes Oath," The Evening Capital, 11 July 1905.
"Army Officer a Cadidate for Mayor of Annapolis." The Baltimore Sun, 16 April 1919.
"City Flags at Half Staff In Respect for Colonel Douw," The Evening Capital, 13 August 1942.
"Private Rites for Colonel Douw," The Evening Capital, 14 August 1942.
Maryland War Records Commission. Maryland In the World War, 1917-1919, 2 vols. Baltimore, Maryland: Maryland War Records Commission, 1933.
McIntire, Robert Harry. Annapolis Maryland Families, Volume I. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 1979.
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