Archives of Maryland
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Bea Gaddy (1933-2001)
MSA SC 3520-14532

Sources:


Newspaper/magazine articles - (chronological order)

Mehl, Valerie Matthews.  “News from the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center: Bullseye!  Researchers Nab the Develop Therapy for Lethal Leukemia.” Phi Kappa Phi Forum 83, no. 1 (2003): 26(5).

“Second Annual Bea Gaddy Day Planned.”  The Daily Record (Baltimore), 2 October 2003.

Brochin, Jim.  “The Education of Bea Gaddy.”  Baltimore Magazine, January 2001, 44-47.

Johnson, Darragh.  “Baltimore Poor Lose ‘Beacon of Hope’: Bea Gaddy Survived Poverty to Feed and Fight for the City’s Neediest Residents.” The Washington Post, 4 October 2001.

Kane, Gregory.  “City Thanks Gaddy for Showing Us How to Help the Poor.”  The Baltimore Sun, 10 October 2001.

Kelly, Jacques, Frederick N. Rasmussen, M. Dion Thompson.  “Advocate ‘Was Always on a Mission’ for Poor.”  The Baltimore Sun, 4 October 2001.

Thompson, M. Dion.  “Fond Farewell for Bea Gaddy: Church Overflows with Mourners for Homeless Advocate.”  The Baltimore Sun, 10 October 2001.

Trejos, Nancy.  “Cornucopia of Gratitude for One Woman’s Heart: Baltimore Dinner for Homeless Recalls Founder.”  The Washington Post, 23 November 2001.

“Editorial.”  The Baltimore Sun, 1 September 1999.

“Santoni, Brown Picked to Pep up City Council.”  Editorial. The Baltimore Sun, 25 October 1999.

Shields, Gerard.  “City Council is Sworn in.”  The Baltimore Sun, 10 December 1999.

"Telegraph."  The Baltimore Sun, 4 November 1999.

Jones, Tanya.  “Gaddy’s Facts Impress Pupils More Than Fiction.” The Baltimore Sun, 2 April 1995.

Lippman, Laura.  “City’s ‘Mother Teresa’ Fails on Finances.” The Baltimore Sun, 29 May 1994.

Steinbach, Alice.  “Bea Gaddy: A Hunger to Help.”  Sunday Sun Magazine, 1 January 1989, 9-11.  



Online sources

“Beatrice Gaddy.”  Who’s Who Among African Americans, 16th ed. Gale Group, 2003.  Reproduced in Biography Resource Center.  Farmington Hills, Michigan: Thomas Gale.  2006.
        <http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/BioRC > Accessed on 12 June 2006.  



 

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