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Hawkins, Francis, Jr. "Olney-What a Difference 80 Years Makes!" Legacy 19 (Spring 1999): 1, 4-5.
Hiebert, Ray Eldon, and Richard K. MacMaster. A Grateful Remembrance: The Story of Montgomery County, Maryland. Rockville, MD: Montgomery County Government and the Montgomery County Historical Society, 1976.
Annotation / Notes: An attempt to compile a definitive history of the County. It focusses on Montgomery's development and its institutions against the backdrop of national events. No emphasis is placed on important people and families. Each chapter is footnoted. Both primary and secondary sources were used. There is a substantial bibliography, an index, and an appendix of County political office holders.
Hiebert, Ray Eldon, and Richard K. MacMaster. Historic and Architectural Guide to the Rockville Pike-Indian Path to the Golden Mile. Rockville, MD: Peerless Rockville, 1995.
Holman, Doree Germaine. Old Bethesda. Bethesda Not So Old. Gaithersburg, MD: [Franklin Press], [1956].
Annotation / Notes: A compilation of articles that three local historians wrote for Bethesda newspapers.
Kelley, Owen. How Glen Echo Park Joined the National Park Service. Greenbelt, MD: Owen Kelley, 1999.
Kytle, Elizabeth L. Time Was: A Cabin John Memory Book; Interviews with 18 Old-Timers. Cabin John, MD: Cabin John Citizens' Association, 1976.
Larsen, Hal. "35 Years Ago!" Maryland Cracker Barrel 18 (April 1989): 18-19.
Annotation / Notes: Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas on C&O Canal hike.
Long, Helen R. Index for the Montgomery County Section of Scharf's History of Western Maryland, Volume 1. Topeka, KS: Copy Center, 1988.
Lubar, Steven. "Trolley Lines Land Speculation and Community-Building: The Early History of Woodside Park, Silver Spring, Maryland." Maryland Historical Magazine 81 (Winter 1986): 316-29.
Annotation / Notes: The early twentieth century history of Silver Spring is a part of the larger picture of the development of Washington, D.C.'s suburban growth.
McGuckian, Eileen S. F. Scott Fitzgerald's Rockville: A Guide to Rockville, Maryland, in the 1920s. Rockville, MD: Peerless Rockville Historic Preservation, 1996.
Marsh, Ellen R. Takoma Park: Portrait of a Victorian Suburb, 1883-1983. Takoma Park, MD: Historic Takoma Park, Inc. 1984.
Marsh, Joan F. "Washington Grove: A Rustic Jewel in a Modern Setting." Montgomery County Story 41 (February 1998): 13-23.
Nelson Brown, Nancy. "Underground Railroad Comes Alive in Montgomery County, Maryland." Legacy 9 (March 1998): 18.
O'Brien, Dorothy, and Helen H. Jaszi. "The Town of Somerset." Montgomery County Story 20 (May 1977): 1-10.
Offutt, William M. Bethesda, a Social History. Bethesda, MD: The Innovation Game, 1995.
Annotation / Notes: An attempt to present a comprehensive history of Bethesda and its surrounding communities, Montgomery County's seventh election district. The subjects covered in the appendices reflect the wide variety of material dealt with in the book overall. Appendices include "How to set duckpins" and "Rocky Mountain spotted Tick Fever."
Oshel, Robert E. "The Selling of Woodside Park." Montgomery County Story 40 (May 1997): 429-40.
Pugh, Dorothy. "Ghost Stories of Montgomery County." Montgomery County Story 31 (November 1988): 35-46.
Reber, James Q., and Austin H. Kiplinger. Portrait in Time: A Photographic Profile of Montgomery County, Maryland. Rockville: Montgomery County Bicentennial Commission, 1976.
Reber, James Q., and Austin H. Kiplinger. "Rich in History, A Sense of Community." Maryland 27 (September/October 1995): [110].
Annotation / Notes: Gaithersburg.
Reber, James Q., and Austin H. Kiplinger. "A Rockville Journal." The Montgomery County Story 28 (May 1985): 155-165; (July/August 1985): 166-181.
Russo, Jean B. "The Early Towns of Montgomery County, 1747-1831." Montgomery County Story 34 (May 1991): 153-64.
Annotation / Notes: Montgomery County towns developed slow and were crossroad communities that served the County's agricultural community. The early towns were scattered across the county. They were not focussed on the southern boundary line as was common during the late twentieth century. Rockville, the county seat, remained in the shadow of the more cosmopolitan Georgetown into the mid-19th century.
Smith, Mary Beth. "Let Us Entertain You." Maryland 27 (September/October 1995): [111].