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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.
David, Jonathan Comly. On One Accord: Community, Musicality, and Spirit among the Singing and Praying Bands of Tidewater Maryland and Delaware. Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1994.
De Pasquale, Sue. "Into the Forest." Johns Hopkins Magazine 45 (February 1993): 8-13.
Annotation / Notes: Lawson Brass Instruments.
Categories: Music and Theater
Deutsch, Helen Waverly. Laura Keene's Theatre Management: Profile of a Profession in Transition. Ph.D. diss., Tufts University, 1992.
Dopp, Bonnie Jo. "Music Education History Sources at the MENC Historical Center." Bulletin of Historical Research in Music Education 19 (September 1997): 63-65.
Dormon, James H. Theater in the Ante Bellum South, 1815-1861. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1967.
Dowell, Susan Stiles. "Easton's Avalon Theatre: A Dream Reborn." Maryland 22 (Summer 1990): 42-47.
Drake, James A. Rosa Ponselle: A Centenary Biography. Portland, OR: Amadeus/Timber, 1997.
Eader, Thomas S. "Baltimore Organs and Organ Building." Maryland Historical Magazine 65 (1970): 263-282.
Esch, Lise Papetti. An Audience in Our Own Image: Subjective Styles in American Theatre Criticism Between the Wars. Ph.D. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1993.
Ferreras, Daniel F. "The Guitar as a Social Icon: From Andalusia to Maryland." Popular Culture Review 7 (February 1996): 57-66.
Ferreras, Daniel F. "Fire Claims Odeon Theater on Historic Maryland Campus." Historic Preservation News 33 (December 1993/January 1994): 2.
Fisher, James Long. The Origin and Development of Public School Music in Baltimore to 1870. Ed.D. diss., University of Maryland, 1970.
Fisher, James Long. "The Garrett County Playhouse." Glades Star 6 (March 1991): 521-25.
George, Luvenia Anne. The Early Piano Rags (1899-1916) of James Hubert ('Eubie') Blake: A Stylistic Study and Annotated Edition. Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland Baltimore County, 1995.
Gillespie, C. Richard. "Chesapeake's Floating Theatre." Weather Gauge 27 (Spring 1991): 3-6, 12.
Gillespie, C. Richard. The James Adams Floating Theatre. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1991.
Goosman, Stuart L. "The Black Authentic: Structure, Style, and Values in Group Harmony." Black Music Research Journal 17 (Spring 1997): 81-99.
Gough, Al, Jr. "'It Don't Stop Here Anymore': The James Adams Floating Theater." Chronicles of St. Mary's 37 (Summer 1989): 209-29.
Griffith, Philip L. "Maryland's Anthem." The Record 77 (October 1997): 1-2.
Categories: Music and Theater
Haims, Lynn. "First American Theatre Contracts: Wall and Lindsay's Maryland Company of Comedians, and the Annapolis, Fell's Point, and Baltimore Theatres, 1781-1783." Theatre Survey 17 (November 1976): 179-94.
Haims, Lynn. "Halcyon Day of Legion Drum Corps." Glades Star 8 (June 1998): 362-64.
Harris, Dolly. "And the Band Played On-The History and Preservation of the Tolchester Park Bandstand." Weather Gauge 28 (Spring 1992): 20-24.
Hauswald, Nancy C. "Singing for Joy." Annapolis 7 (September 1993): 21-22.
Categories: Music and Theater
Headley, Robert K. Motion Picture Exhibition in Washington, D.C.: An Illustrated History of Parlors, Palaces and Multiplexes in the Metropolitan Area, 1894-1997. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 1999.