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"Montgomery County Heritage at Risk." The Preservationist 6 (March-April 1991): 3, 6.
"Montgomery's Oldest Houses." Montgomery County Preservationist 2 (October/November 1986): 1, 4; (December 1986/January 1987): 1, 6; (February/March 1987): 1, 7.
"The New Auditorium." Glades Star 7 (March 1994): 349-50, 375.
"Pratt House Has Important Story to Tell." MHS/News (October-December 1998): 3.
"Preserving the Past is a Gift for the Future: Rebuilding and Restoring the Ross House, Baltimore." House and Garden 146 (November 1974): 82-87.
"A Preview of Woodlawn." The Preservationist 7 (April-May 1992): 1.
"Project Lead Coffins: the Search for Maryland's founders." A Briefe Relation 16 (Summer 1994): 3-5.
"Restoration Plan is Established for Maryland's Sotterley Plantation." Historic Preservation News 34 (October/November 1994): 37, 43.
"River House Designer Showcase." Old Kent 9 (Spring 1992): 1-3.
"Riversdale a National Historic Landmark." Riversdale Letter 15 (Winter 1998): 1, 4.
"Riversdale Designated a National Historic Landmark by Secretary of the Interior." Friends of Preservation Newsletter 16 (Spring 1998): 1, 2.
"Rock Lodge: Garrett County Landmark." Glades Star 6 (September 1988): 224-29.
"Rock Run Mill at Havre de Grace, MD, to undergo restoration." Old Mill News 23 (Summer 1995): 11.
Rowhouse Exhibit label copy, Peale Museum.
Annotation / Notes: In 1981, Baltimore's municipal museum reopened after a major renovation, with this "permanent" exhibit, one of its finest, created, among others, by assistant museum director Barry Dressel and Mary Ellen Hayward, co-author, with Charles Belfoure, of The Baltimore Rowhouse. The label copy is all that remains of this superb local exhibit, which was later de-mounted. The museum itself, housed in the oldest museum building in the United States, closed permanently in 1997. Its collections are now housed at the Maryland Historical Society.
"The Salvation of Ridgely Church and Abraham Hall." Prince George's County Today (January-February 1990): 7.
"Save the Cray House." Isle of Kent (Spring 1997): 4.
"Shellman House Restoration." Carroll County History Journal 46 (July 1995): 2-3.
"Society Marks Historical Sites." Glades Star 7 (March 1994): 341.
Somerset Images: Three Centuries of Building Traditions. Somerset County, MD: Somerset County Historical Trust, 1984.
Sotterley Mansion, St. Mary's County, Maryland; Notes on Its History and Architecture and Photos of the Mansion Today and in the 1910-1914 Period. Historic American Buildings Survey, National Park Service, 1961.
"Sunnyside." News and Notes from the Prince George's County Historical Society 21 (August 1994): [9].
The History of Homewood. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976.
Annotation / Notes: Home of Charles Carroll, Jr.
Three Centuries of Maryland Architecture: A Selection of Presentations Made at the Eleventh Annual Conference of the Maryland Historical Trust. Crownsville, MD: Maryland Historical Trust, 1982.
"The Tidewater of 1776." Americana 2 (March 1974): 2-7.
Annotation / Notes: This is a portion of the work by Sirkis listed above.
"To Preserve Our Past: Calvert County's Historic District Program." Calvert Historian 5 (Spring 1990): 1-2.