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Tyson, Raymond W. "A Southerner Who Spoke for the Union." Southern Speech Journal 30 (1964): 117-132.
Sweeney, Raymond Stanley. Progressivism in Maryland, 1900-1917. Ph.D. diss., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1971.
Annotation / Notes: The birth of Progressivism began with the good government revolt in Baltimore City in the 1880s, associated with efforts to purge the state of the influence of the Gorman-Raisin machine, and it expired in the years 1916-17. While much of its vitality is associated with urban America, Sweeney argues that the movement found support in rural Maryland. Using statistical techniques to explain this phenomenon, he found that progressive counties were those where "...the cities grew fastest, the Socialist Party thrived most, Catholics were more numerous, and Negroes, immigrants, and wage-earners existed in relatively great or small proportions." (p. 237) Progressive leaders, on the other hand, shared many of the socio-cultural characteristics of their non-progressive opponents, with subtle differences. With admirable detail, he traces the complex interactions between political leaders, and the ways in which the Democrats attempted to weaken their opponents by disenfranchising African-Americans in 1904.
Smock, Raymond W. "The Little Journal That Could: a Twenty-year Retrospective." Maryland Historian 20 (1989): 1-5.
Ratliff, Roy. Early Records of the White Marsh Church, Prince George's County, Maryland. Bowie, MD: Prince George's County Genealogical Society, 2005.
Raskin, Susan. "The 'Father' of Modern Genetic Mapping." Maryland Medicine 1 (Autumn 2000): 12-14.
Raskin, Susan A. "Crossing Over the Barriers of Prejudice." Maryland Medicine, 4 (Summer 2003):34-35.
Wilcox, Rashelle. "The Potomac River Compact: Was It Given Away?" SlackWater, 6 (2009): 18-19.
Semmes, Raphael. Baltimore as Seen by Visitors, 1783-1860. Studies in Maryland History, no. 2, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1953.
Semmes, Raphael. Crime and Punishment in Early Maryland. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1938.
Semmes, Raphael. Baltimore as Seen by Visitors, 1783-1860. Baltimore: Baltimore Historical Society, 1953.
Annotation / Notes: Sharp and amusing accounts of visitors' journeys and reactions to Baltimore.
Trietal, Ralph. "The Decline and Fall Of Howard County As Prophesied on the One Dollar Bill: A Revue of The Origin and History of Howard County, Maryland by Charles Francis Stein, Jr." Little Patuxent Review 2 (1978-1979): 16-19.
Wooster, Ralph A. Politicians, Planters and Plain Folk: Courthouse and Statehouse in the Upper South, 1850-1860. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1975.
Taylor, Ralph. Breaking Away from Broken Windows: Baltimore Neighborhoods and the Nationwide Fight Against Crime, Grime, Fear, and Decline. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2001.
Ralph, Robert A. "Birth of a Legend...Legacy of a Baltimore Merchant." Maryland Medicine, 5 (Fall 2004): 16-18.
Ralph, Robert A. "Sheppard Pratt and a Giant in Psychiatry." Maryland Medicine, 5 (Fall 2004): 19-20.
Ralph, Robert A. "Maryland and Yellow Fever: Two Histories Intertwined." Maryland Medicine, 5 (Fall 2004): 24-26.
Ralph, Robert A. "Wine Barrels and Medical Training." Maryland Medicine, 5 (Fall 2004): 22-23.
Robinson, Ralph. "The Use of Rockets by the British in the War of 1812." Maryland Historical Magazine, 107 (Spring 2012): 78-82.
Stevens, Ray. "Of Course He Was Prejudiced but if a Bible-Belted Lintheaded Anglomaniac Such as I Can Let H. L. Mencken Rest in Peace, Why Can't Everyone?" Menckeniana 126 (Summer 1993): 7-16.
Stevens, Ray. "Rattling the Subconscious: Joseph Conrad and the Mencken Controversy." Menckeniana 132 (Winter 1994): 1-12.
Soderbert, Ray. "Hot Spots: Point of Rocks, Maryland." Trains 56 (June 1996): 70-77.
Williamson, Ray. "Native Americans Were Continent's First Astronomers." Smithsonian 9 (1978): 78-85.
Robley, Ray. "Historical Electronics Museum." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 34 (April 2003): 3-5.
Ray, Worth S. The Mecklenburg Signers and Their Neighbors. Reprint edition. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1975.
Stevens, Ray. "Mencken's Show: The Ethics of Advocacy in the Monkey Trial." Menckeniana, 186 (Summer 2008): 1-15.