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"Maryland Bibliography: 1953." Maryland Historical Magazine 49 (March 1954): 64-69.
The Official Museum Directory. Washington, DC: American Association of Museums, 1971-.
Annotation / Notes: This guide has been published yearly since 1971. The American Association of Museums is the museum world's major professional organization, although it is oriented more towards large wealthy institutions.
Parsons, Richard, ed. Guide to Specialized Subject Collections in Maryland Libraries. 2d ed. Baltimore: Baltimore County Public Library, 1974.
Turkos, Anne S. K., and Jeff Korman. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1992: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 88 (Summer 1993): 210-31.
Turkos, Anne S. K., and Jeff Korman. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1993: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 89 (Summer 1994): 209-32.
Turkos, Anne S. K., and Jeff Korman. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1994: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 90 (Fall 1995): 384-96.
Turkos, Anne S. K., and Jeff Korman. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1995: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 91 (Summer 1996): 253-69.
Turkos, Anne S. K., and Jeff Korman. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1996: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 92 (Summer 1997): 257-77.
Turkos, Anne S. K., and Jeff Korman, comps. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1997: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 93 (Summer 1998): 246-58.
Turkos, Anne S. K., and Jeff Korman, comps. "Maryland History Bibliography, 1998: A Selected List." Maryland Historical Magazine 94 (Summer 1999): 244-57.
Bard, Harry. Maryland: State and Government, Its New Dynamics. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1974.
Annotation / Notes: Divided into three sections - the first describing Maryland's people, history and geography, the second its government, and the third governmental services available to its citizens - this book provides a comprehensive description of the structure of Maryland government and its relationship to the people in the mid-1970s. Its major limitation is that some of the information may not be current because it was written almost three decades ago.
Calcott, George. Maryland & America, 1940-1980. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985.
Annotation / Notes: Calcott examines recent Maryland history in its relation to major national trends over the period from World War II to 1980. Arguing that the state consists of four cultural areas-Baltimore City, Eastern and Southern Maryland, Western Maryland, and Suburban Maryland-Calcott considers the interaction of political, social, and cultural developments, both in terms of overall trends as well as in terms of their expression in the state's diverse regions. Major topics include post-World War II population growth and suburbanization, Cold War tensions, the Civil Rights era, political liberalism and the growth of the welfare functions of the state, educational and environmental developments, and the changing role of government.
Maryland Commission for Women. Maryland Women's Hall of Fame. Annapolis: The Commission, 1992.
Maryland State Department of Education. Maryland Commission for Women. Album of Maryland Women, Vision and Action: A Women's History Display Kit. Baltimore: The Department, 1991.
Sarvella, Patricia, ed. Who's Who of Maryland Women 1930-1976. N.p.: Maryland Division American Association of University Women, 1976.
Hollifield, William. "The Millennium and the Census 1900-2000: The Allure of the Numbers." History Trails 33 and 34 (Millennium Issue): 2-11.
Smolan, Rick, and David Elliot Cohen. Maryland 24/7. New York: DK Publishing, 2004.