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Cox, Richard J. "A New Source for Robert Bensley, English Actor: A Research Note." Theatre Survey 18 (May 1977): 99-101.
Annotation / Notes: Bensley was a brother-in-law of James Cheston of Maryland; based upon documents from Cheston/Galloway Papers, MS. 1994, at the Maryland Historical Society.
Deutsch, Helen Waverly. Laura Keene's Theatre Management: Profile of a Profession in Transition. Ph.D. diss., Tufts University, 1992.
Dowell, Susan Stiles. "Easton's Avalon Theatre: A Dream Reborn." Maryland 22 (Summer 1990): 42-47.
Dowell, Susan Stiles. "The Historical Society of Carroll County: Fifty Years of Service to the Community." Carroll County History Journal 40 (Winter 1990): 3-6.
Annotation / Notes: The story of the Society's founding as told by its first curator.
Holland, Eugenia Calvert, Romaine Stec Somerville, Stiles Tuttle Colwill, and K. Beverley Whiting Young. Four Generations of Commissions: The Peale Collection of the Maryland Historical Society; March 3, 1975-June 29, 1975. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1975.
Annotation / Notes: This exhibit catalog not only supplies information on each portrait, but also give brief biographical information on each subject. A significant portion of the text is given to a discussion of the eleven Peale family members who were artists.
Rutledge, Anna Wells. "Portraits in Varied Media in the Collections of the Maryland Historical Society." Maryland Historical Magazine 41 (December 1946): 282-326.
Rutledge, Anna Wells. "Portraits Painted Before 1900 in the Collections of the Maryland Historical Society." Maryland Historical Magazine 41 (March 1946): 11-50.
Weeks, Christopher. "Perfectly Delightful": The Life and Gardens of Harvey Ladew. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.
Annotation / Notes: Harvey Ladew lived a privileged life of excitement and venture. He counted Lawrence of Arabia among his friends. Weeks's very readable book tells the story of Ladew and his gardens, now a public attraction.
Berkey, Barry Robert, Velma Berkey, and Richard Erie Berkey. Pioneer Decoy Carvers: A Biography of Lemuel and Stephen Ward. Cambridge, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1977.
Edmunds, Lavinia. "Patron with Panache." Johns Hopkins Magazine 45 (February 1993): 47-51.
Annotation / Notes: Alice Garrett.
Edmunds, Lavinia. "History of Women in Cecil County." Bulletin of the Historical Society of Cecil County 49 (October 1979): [1-2].
Hoopes, Roy. "Constance Comes Back." Mid-Atlantic Country 12 (June 1991): 44-47, 59-61.
Annotation / Notes: Photographer Constance Stuart Larrabee.
Nabit, Charles J. "Looming Success." Maryland 28 (May/June 1996): 32-37, 62.
Yohannan, Kohle, and Nancy Nolf. Claire McCardell: Redefining Modernism. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1998.
DuBois, June. "W. R. Leigh: Painter of Frontiers." American West 15 (1978): 32-47.
Hart, Sidney, David C. Ward, and Lillian Miller, eds. The Selected Papers of Charles Willson Peale and His Family: Volume 5, The Autobiography of Charles Willson Peale. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000.
Kernan, Michael. "William and Henry Walters, and Their Fever for the Fine Arts." Smithsonian 20 (1989): 102-113.
Kernan, Michael. The Diary of William Faris, 1792-1804: The Daily Life of an Annapolis Clockmaker and Silversmith. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 2002.
Nemerov, Alexander. The Body of Raphaelle Peale: Still Life and Selfhood, 1812-1824. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001.
Letzer, Mark B., and Jean B. Russo, eds. The Diary of William Faris: The Daily Life of an Annapolis Silversmith. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 2003.
Wolff, Justin. Richard Caton Woodville: American Painter, Artful Dodger. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2002.
Ashcraft, Mary Ann. "Carving a Path to Freedom: The Life and Work of African American Stonecarver Sebastian 'Boss' Hammond." Markers, 21 (2004): 12-39.
Fortune, Barndon Brame. "'From the World Escaped': Peale's Portrait of William Smith and His Grandson." Eighteenth Century Studies, 25 (Summe 1992): 587-616.
Wolff, Justin Porter. Soldiers, Sharps, and Shills: Richard Caton Woodville and Antebellum Genre Painting. Ph.D. diss., Princeton University, 1999.