Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Dorothy F. Bailey
MSA SC 3520-16882


Newspaper articles (listed in chronological order):

Pierre, Robert E. “Come November, A New Look for the County Council.” Washington Post, September 22, 1994.

Montgomery, David. "Festival in Suitland is One for the Books." Washington Post, September 26, 1996.

Bailey, Dorothy. "Safe and Secure Schools." Washington Post, May 29, 1997.

Frazier, Lisa. "Prince George's Leader Describes Shift on Forced Busing; Growing Power of Blacks Played Pivotal Role, Bailey Testifies in Bid to End Federal Lawsuit." The Washington Post, December 3, 1997.

Zeuthen, Kasper. “Harlem Serenade; Prince George’s Festival Aims to Inspire, Educate.” Washington Post, April, 28 1999.

Spinner, Jackie. “Bailey Returns to Power; Council Leader Previews Agenda.” Washington Post, December 15, 1999.

Spinner, Jackie. "Major Development Decisions in Maryland; Council Vote Clears Hurdle for National Harbor." Washington Post, June 3, 1998.

"The Chairman's Vision; For Millennium Council, 'Merchants of Hope'." The Washington Post, December 22, 1999.

Hopkinson, Natalie. "Return of Harlem Renaissance." Washington Post, May 4, 2000.

Frazier, Lisa. "Fatherhood Focus of Event for Men." Washington Post, June 8, 2000.


Stegman, Carolyn. Women of Achievement in Maryland History. University Park, MD: Women of Achievement, Inc., 2002.

Yewell, Therese C. Women of Achievement in Prince George’s County. Maryland: National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Prince George's County Planning Board, 1994.

Other Sources:

“Dorothy Bailey—Author of In a Different Light.” Mixed Race Radio. Blog Talk Radio, July 25, 2012.

Ita, Eyobong. “Dorothy Bailey Pursues a New Calling.” Gazette.Net, July 13, 2000. Accessed June 5, 2014,

Ruben, Barbara. “Wise Women Reflect on Aging.” The Beacon, March 1, 2012. Accessed June 5, 2014,

Kiamsha Youth Empowerment Organization,

The Prince George's County Harlem Renaissance Foundation,

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