Articles, monographs and printed source material relating to history of Catholic families in Maryland, and Southern American history including American Civil War.
1. Browning, Sister Mary Carmel, OSU. Think Big: A partial biography of Reverend Tong, SJ. (1970). Inscribed by the author to Smith.
2. Smith, Lancaster. “Impeaching a ‘National Expert’ in a Catastrophic Collision Case.” For the Defense, vol. 23, no. 6, June 1981.
3. St. Ferdinand’s Parish, 1789-1961: The story of an historic parish. (Florissant, Missouri: Undated).
4. Garber, Katherine Anna. Colorful Chats: A commentary on the Old South” (1969).
5. Hardaway, Harriet Lane Cates. “The adventures of General Frost and his wife Lily during the Civil War.” Florissant Valley Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 14, no. 2, July 1972.
6. Wherry, Margaretta M. “The Historic House of John Mullanphy.” (Undated).
7. Cuyler, Cornelius M., SS. The Baltimore Co-Cathedral: its history and description. (Baltimore: 1951).
8. Thomas, C.F., PA. The Boarman’s. The Boarman Arms brought from England by Admiral Charles Boarman, USN. (Washington, D.C.: St. Patrick’s Rectory, 1934).
9. Newman, Harry Wright. Seigniory in Early Maryland with a list of manors and manor lords. (Descendents of the Lords of the Maryland Manors, 1949).
10. Boldrick, Charles C. “Father Abram J. Ryan the Poet-Priest of the Confederacy.” The Filson Club History Quarterly, vol. 46, no. 3, July 1972.
11. Miscellaneous printed source material re early Maryland Catholic families including Calvert, Darnall, Neale, Peake, Semmes.
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