Newsletter of
The Maryland State Archives
Holiday History Happening at the Archives 

On December 2, the Maryland State Archives sponsored a Holiday History Happening that featured book signings and lectures. Participants could visit with authors of books with Maryland themes, purchase the books and have them signed, and attend lectures. The authors and their books included the following: 

  •      Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse and Joseph M. Coale III, The Maryland State Archives Atlas of   Historical     l   Maps of Maryland, 1608-1908 
  •     Jean Russo and Mark Letzer, The Diary of William Faris: The Daily Life of an Annapolis  Silversmith 
  •     Marion Warren and Mame Warren, Bringing Back the Bay 
  •     Orlando Ridout V and Marcia Miller, Architecture in Annapolis and Architecture and Change  in the         Chesapeake 
  •     Ann Jensen, Chesapeake Bay Schooners and Leonard Calvert and the Maryland Adventure and The World Turned Upside Down 
  •     Jane McWilliams and Carol Patterson, Bay Ridge on the Chesapeake 
  •     Donna M. Ware, Anne Arundel Legacy: The Historic Properties of Anne Arundel County 
  •     Anthony D. Lindauer, Al Luckenbach, John F. Wing, Wilford R. Mumford, and Edward C.            Papenfuse, Studies in Local History 
  •     Lois Green Carr, Robert Cole's World 
Mame Warren and Marion Warren with their 
                   book Bringing Back the Bay
Ed Papenfuse chats with guests about his new atlas  of historical maps of Maryland

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The Archivists' Bulldog

The Archivists' Bulldog 
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More authors who took part in the Happening: Tony Lindauer, Wil Mumford, Orlando Ridout V, and Marcia Miller 
Greg Lapore shows a guest one of the prints of works on paper from the Peabody Art Collection