[James] Morrison Harris Papers 1778-1928, MS. 2739

Maryland Historical Society

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[James] Morrison Harris Papers, 1778-1928

Maryland Historical Society


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MS. 2739

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

Biographical Sketch of [James] Morrison Harris

[James] Morrison Harris was born 20 November 1817 in Baltimore City to Colonel David Harris, a merchant, and Sarah (Montgomery) Harris. Educated at various private institutions in Baltimore, he entered Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, in 1833 but left in 1835 because of an eye infection that threatened blindness. A student of the Classics, he first took clerical positions in Baltimore and Norfolk after leaving school. It was through his employment as a bank clerk that he made the acquaintance of David Stewart, a Baltimore lawyer, who persuaded him to study law in the attorney's office. Mr. Harris was admitted to the Baltimore Bar on 4 May 1843 and the High Court of Chancery in Annapolis, Maryland, on 8 July of the same year. Then, in 1844, he toured Europe in order to arrest his ailing health.

His first case was the McCurry trial of March, 1845, in which he appeared as counsel for Henry McCurry [M'Curry] who was accused and convicted of the murder of Paul Roux. Later, he served as counsel along with Joseph H. Bradley for Surgeon-General William A. Hammond in the U.S. government's case against the physician in 1864.

Mr. Harris entered the political arena in 1854 when he accepted the American Party's nomination to the third congressional district of Maryland. It was from there that he was elected into the United States House of Representatives for the Thirty-fourth, Thirty-fifth, and Thirty-sixth Congresses (4 March 1855 - 3 March 1861). Harris's election to the second was contested by William P. Preston and to the third by William Pinkney Whyte, however, in both instances he retained his seat. In 1860, he rejected the suggestion of renomination. After the war Mr. Harris voted for some years with the Democratic Party and in 1867 was nominated as a delegate to the proposed Constitutional Convention, an honor which he declined because of pending business engagements. In 1875, he ran for governor of Maryland, but lost the election through fraudulent acts of others that reversed the votes in Baltimore City. Mr. Harris vied for a congressional seat the last time in 1876.

During his time in Congress, he served on the Naval and District of Columbia Committees. Harris was directly responsible for obtaining a pay raise for naval personnel over the president's veto, monies for the improvement of the Patapsco River for navigation, and funds for the purchase of ground on which to erect the United States courthouse in Baltimore. Furthermore, he tried to prevent the secession of the South during the Civil War and after the war sought to heal the breach as soon as possible.

Mr. Harris's excellent oratory abilities made him a popular speaker and he was oft invited to give speeches at gatherings of societies, commencements and dedications. In addition, he wrote many fine articles on his experiences and subjects of interest. Harris's most notable articles and speeches are those concerning his trip to Europe.

He was a member of various organizations and societies and founded with Charles Bradenbaugh the Mercantile Library Association of Baltimore and their yearly lecture series in 1839. In addition, Harris was a founding member of the Maryland Historical Society in 1844 and the Young Mens' Christian Association. Other affiliations included the Masonic Temple, the Odd Fellows and the First Presbyterian Church of which he was a senior trustee.

On 20 October 1851 he married Sidney Calhoun Hall, the daughter of Colonel Benedict William Hall of “Eutaw.” His only child and son, William Hall Harris, was born in 1852. Mr. Harris died at his country estate, “Ivy Hill,” on 16 July 1898 and was interred in the Westminster Burial Ground in Baltimore, Maryland.


Scope and Content

[James] Morrison Harris' papers span 1778-1928. The first series contains the commonplace books of Mr. Harris. These volumes include two books of verse and quotations, two European travel diaries, a volume of flowers that he collected and pressed from various sites in Europe (to which his granddaughter Mary Patterson Harris added in 1886 and 1898), and a copy of a published volume by Lord Byron carried by Harris (and others before him) on his European trip in 1844.

The second series contains poems, speeches in manuscript form, essays in manuscript form, published speeches and essays, and drafts. These speeches were delivered by Harris at a number of occasions and events and sometimes reflected Harris' opinion on the topic of the speech. For example, in “Educated Labor,” Harris expounds that the three essentials of national greatness are: religion, education and labor. In addition, an essay of note entitled, “Portrait Gallery of Baltimore Beauty,” extols the beauty of Baltimore women. A majority of the other essays deal with his European travel. The published items have Harris' handwritten notes in the margins.

Located in the third series are documents relating to Harris' career. In 1879, he sought a judgeship on the United States District Court which he lost. Then, in 1881-82 and later in 1889-90, he tried unsuccessfully to become the collector of customs for Baltimore City. Recommendations for his bids, however, were many and included several Garfield and Arthur Clubs, businessmen, servicemen, Baltimore notables, and everyday voters. Other materials in this section concern the improvement of the Patapsco River, the naval legislative bills to raise the salaries of naval personnel, and notes and minutes of the meeting of the United States senators and representatives of the border-states in 1860 and 1861. The border-states meeting was held in Washington, D.C. at Willard's Concert Hall on “F” Street on 28 December 1860. Harris not only took minutes at this meeting but at subsequent meetings held on 3 and 4 January 1861. His notebook on the Democratic Party covers accusations made against that group from 1847-88. Further, the questionnaire for the U.S. Congress' Joint Committee on Printing and the questionnaire for the History of the Bench and Bar of Maryland contain background information on Harris.

The fourth series contains Harris' miscellaneous papers. In 1845, Brantz Mayer and he drew up a prospectus, complete with cost analysis and a list of subscribers to shares, for establishing an evening newspaper in Baltimore. Their newspaper, however, never materialized. Later, in 1849, John Neal of Portland, Maine, and Harris corresponded about a clairvoyant experiment. A man in Baltimore was given a lock of hair and from that hair he described the lady from which it had been cut, her surroundings, people with her, and what she and her companions were doing at that moment in Portland, Maine. This section concludes with a poem dedicated to Harris.

Wills of Esther Morrison Harris and Sarah Harris are in the fifth series. In addition, there is an 1842 request for J. Morrison Harris to become Sarah's trustee. Col. David Harris' creditors sought to attach his wife's, Sally's [Sarah], legacy of $3000.00 from her sister, Esther Morrison, in order to pay debts owed by him. Sarah wanted to avert this situation by having her son appointed as her trustee.

Two items pertaining to W[illiam] Hall Harris [Sr.] appear in the collection. The first is his 1891 application for membership in the Maryland Society, Sons of the American Revolution and the second is his questionnaire for the History of the Bench and Bar of Maryland.

Genealogical information on the Harris and Montgomery families occurs in the seventh series. The obituary of Col. Harris (written by Judge Upton S. Heath, a former major in the colonel's company), obituary notices of J. Morrison Harris, a list of ancestors, and genealogical charts and notes all appear in this section.

The remaining miscellaneous papers and notes contain a return for the wounded and killed of the Maryland Line in 1780 and a list of the Old Defenders, former members of Col. Harris' company. In addition, there are miscellaneous newspaper clippings concerning the McCurry murder case, events attended by Harris, commentaries on his lectures, and his involvement in political events; a manuscript death notice for S[evern] T[eakle] Wallis submitted to the Baltimore American, [1894]; a small volume entitled, Daily Texts with Versus of Hymns: Adapted for General Use; and a report on Spesutia Hundred and St. George's Parish located in Baltimore County [now Harford County] in the seventeenth century. The remaining items are miscellaneous notes.

Correspondence spans the years 1778-1928. The early letters concern Harris' European trip and the subsequent articles he wrote about that experience. Rev. John M. Harris wrote often to J. Morrison Harris in the 1840s and 1850s about John's purchase of a farm and the buying out of his sister Esther's portion of the property. Improvement of the Patapsco River correspondence is dated 1853-56 with a copy of a letter dated 1854 from then secretary of war, Jefferson Davis. In 1859, there are letters concerning the sale of the First Presbyterian Church of Baltimore. A majority of the 1860 correspondence concerns the Naval Appropriations Bill and the Naval Pay Bill because of Harris' seat on the House of Representatives' naval committee and his work to obtain pay raises for naval personnel which he did over presidential veto. Other letters written in 1860 are requests of Harris for recommendations to various offices. In 1860-61, Harris received correspondence from several congressmen.

Apparently, he had queried a large number of his colleagues about the level of Union sentiment in their respective states and the question of secession. Letters of the late 1860s are mainly thank you notes to Harris for speaking engagements. Harris' two major correspondents for 1879 were A[lexander] B[urton] Hagner, an associate justice of the Supreme Court for the District of Columbia, and John Sherman of the United States Treasury Department. President James Garfield wrote Harris three letters in 1880 and Chester A. Arthur wrote him one. Another Arthur letter was written in 1881. In addition, the 1881 correspondence contains a note from U[lysses] S. Grant to Lucy M. Porter. There is also a John Greenleaf Whittier autograph dated 1891. Finally, all correspondence beginning with the year 1898 was written to W[illiam] Hall Harris, [Sr.].



Melinda Kay Friend

8 March 1990


Container List MS 2739


Commonplace Books of J. Morrison Harris with additions by Mary Patterson Harris


Notebook of Thoughts and Verse, 1837-41


Book of Quotations, 1842


European Travel Diaries, 1844


Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, 1844


Book of Pressed Flowers from Europe, 1844, 1886, 1898





“Destruction of Jerusalem,”1840


Miscellaneous poems, 1848-90


Speeches - manuscripts


“Essay on the Navy,”1841 May 17


“International Copy Right”[ sic], 1842 April 13


“The Position and Duties of Young Men,”1843


“Draft of speech on Sir Walter Ralegh” [sic], 1846


“Sir Walter Ralegh” [sic], 1846 May 19


“Educated Labor,”1853 January 21


[“Popular Education”], 1854 October 25


[“Religion”], 1866 June 21


“The Testimony of Modern Science to the Inspiration of Moses,”186[7] July 30


“Educated Labor,”1868 September 23


“On Agriculture,”1873 September 17


Dr. [Thomas] Guard - Remarks at Mt. Vernon Church upon his Death and Character, [ca. 1885]


Address before the Grand Lodge [Masonic] of Maryland on Its Centennial, 1886 November 16


Draft of Address before the Maryland Historical Society, 1894


Address before the Maryland Historical Society, 1894 March 12


Address before the Maryland Institute, n.d.


Draft of “Educated Labor,” n.d.


[“The Legal Profession”], n.d.


“St. Paul of Tarsus,” n.d.



Essays - manuscripts


“Great Britain,”1841 November


“Great Britain”- newspaper clippings removed from


“British India,”1843 February 23


“A Day Among the Alps,”[ca. 1844]


“Rome - The Forum, the Palace and the Church,”1845


“Sketches of Italy - Venice - The Foscari Family,”1845


“Sketches of Italy - Florence - The Studio of Powers,”1845


Manuscript notes of the “Paper Upon California,”1849 March


Draft of “[Brantz] Mayer on Mexico,”1852 July


“Rhyming Hits at the Times,”1867


A Chapter on Bells, n.d.


“Portrait Gallery of Baltimore Beauty,” n.d.


“The Power and Work of the Sun,” n.d.


“Predestination,” n.d.


Draft of “Rhyming Hits at the Times,” n.d.


Speeches and Essays - published


Bound volume of published essays, 1844-86


“Rome,”1846 January


[“Plan for Organization of the National American Party,”] 1859 December 1


“State of the Union,”1861 January 29


“The Egyptian Prince and Hebrew Lawgiver,”1867


“Synopsis of a Speech delivered by the Hon. J. Morrison Harris,”1876 October 3


Career of J[ames] Morrison Harris


Recommendations of J. Morrison Harris as Judge of the United States District Court, 1879



Recommendations for J. Morrison Harris as Judge of the United States District Court, 1879


Recommendations for J. Morrison Harris as Collector of Customs for Baltimore City, 1881-82, 1889-90


Documents concerning Improvement of the Patapsco River, 1854, 1856


Notes concerning naval legislative bills, ca. 1858-60


Notes concerning the meeting of the United States senators and representatives of the border-states, 1860, 1861



Notebook on the Democratic Party, 1847-88


Facts on the political career of J[ames] Morrison Harris, 1925, n.d.


Questionnaire for the History of the Bench and Bar of Maryland for James Morrison Harris, ca. 1901


Miscellaneous Papers of J[ames] Morrison Harris


Papers of J. Morrison Harris and Brantz Mayer concerning the establishment of an evening newspaper, 1845


Personal loans and receipt, 1846-47, 1879


Certificate of Odd Fellows membership, 1847


Notes on clairvoyant experiments, 1849


“Our Union Flag”- a poem dedicated to J[ames] Morrison Harris, [ca. 1861]


Legal Papers


Request for J[ames] Morrison Harris to be Sally Harris' trustee, 1842


Will of Esther Morrison Harris, 1847


Will of Sarah Harris, 1847


Will of Esther Morrison Harris, 1849


Will of Sarah Harris, 1849


W[illiam] Hall Harris [Sr.] Papers


Application for membership in the Maryland Society, Sons of the American Revolution, 1891


Questionnaire for the History of the Bench and Bar of Maryland, ca. 1901


Genealogical Information


Obituary of Colonel David A. Harris, [1844]


Obituary notices for J[ames] Morrison Harris, 1898


List of ancestors for Colonial Dames Badge - Mary Patterson Harris, n.d.


Harris and Montgomery families genealogical charts and notes, n.d.


Miscellaneous Papers


Return of killed, wounded, prisoners and missing of the Maryland Line in the action, 16 August 1780


Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, v.y.


List of Old Defenders - former members of Col. Harris' Company, [18]75


Notice of Death of S[evern] T[eackle] Wallis for the Baltimore American, [1894]


Daily Texts with Versus of Hymns: Adapted for General Use, n.d.


Report on Spesutia Hundred, 1658 and St. George's Parish, 1693 n.d.


Miscellaneous notes


Correspondence, 1778-1858



Correspondence, 1859-89



Correspondence, 1891-1928, n.d.




Adams, Malachi, fl. 1881


Agricultural Society of Montgomery County, 1868


Allegany [County Agricultural] Society, 1873


Allegany Co,--Clubs, 1873


Archer, W[illiam] L., fl. 1845


Arthur, C[hester] A[llen], 1830-1886


Arthur, T[imothy] S[hay], fl. 1845


Atkinson, Robert, fl. 1898


Bache, A. D., fl. 1860


Backus, John, fl. 1860


Badger, Oscar C., fl. 1872


Baltimore County - Clubs, 1881


Baltimore, Md.-- Women, n.d.


Barca, Calderon de la, fl. 1853


Bartol, Ja[me]s L., fl. 1879


Bateman, Warren M., fl. 1881


Belgium - Description and Travel, 1844


Bennett, R. H., fl. 1858


Benton, Thomas H., fl. 1853


Bishop, James, fl. 1860


Black Republicans - Baltimore, Md., 1861, 1881


Blair, W. W., fl. 1860


Bonaparte, Charles J., fl. 1898


Border States Conference, 1861


Brewerton, Hen[ry], fl. 1853


Brown, H. J. (Dr.), fl. 1881


Buchanan, Frank[li]n, fl. 1860


Carey, John E., fl. 1892


Cass, Lewis, fl. 1853


Cattel, W. C., fl. 1867


Central-Colored Republican Garfield & Arthur Club, 1881


Chandler, W[illia]m E., fl. 1893


Chestertown, Md. - County Mass Meeting, 1860


Chestertown, Md., 1860


Civil War - poetry, ca. 1861


Civil War - politics, 1860-64


Clairvoyant experiments, 1849


Clarke, Ja[me]s C., fl. 1864


Clay Monumental Association, 1860


Clubs - Allegany Co., 1873


Clubs - Baltimore Co., 1881


Clubs - Frederick Co., 1868


Clubs - Montgomery Co., 1868, 1881


Clubs - Towson, Md., 1860


Comer, George, fl. 1898


Commonplace Books, 1837-42


Cowen, John K., fl. 1879,1887


Creager, J. P. (Dr.), fl. 1861


Crittenden Amendment, 1861


Crittenden Resolutions, 1861


“Cumberland”- ship, 1860


Cumberland Valley, Pa. - “Happy Retreat”, n.d.


Davidson, Hunter, fl. 1860


Davis, C. W., fl. 1860


Davis, Garrett, fl. 1855


Davis, Jeffer[son], 1808-1889


Davis, Robert, fl. 1845


Democratic Party, 1847-88


Devens, Charles (Attorney General), fl. 1879


Diary - Travel, 1844


Dobbin, Geo[rge] W. (Judge), fl. 1879


Doty, Lucien W., fl. 1867


E. Gerrell and Company, fl. 1845


Education, 1854


Elections & election campaigns - U. S., 1888


“Elk Lawn”- Jefferson County, Va., 1844, 1847


Ellicott, And[rew], fl. 1860


Emmons, Geo[rge] S., fl. 1860


European Travel Diaries, 1844


European Travel, 1844


First Presbyterian Church of Baltimore, 1859


Fisher, J. E., fl. 1881


Flags - Union, (poetry) ca. 1861


Folger, C[harles] J[ames], fl. 1884


Foote, Andrew H., fl. 1860


Foster, C., fl. 1879


France - Description and Travel, 1844


Fraternal organizations, 1880s


Frederick County Agricultural Society, 1868


Frederick Co. --Clubs, 1868


Fuller, Henry M., fl. 1860


Gardening - European, 1844, 1886, 1898


Garfield & Arthur Club of Phoenix, Baltimore Co., 1881


Garfield & Arthur Club of Towsontown, 1881


Garfield & Arthur Club, Central-Colored Republican, 1881


Garfield & Arthur Club, No. 2 of Montgomery Co., 1881


Garfield & Arthur Club, No. 3 of the 9th Colored District of Baltimore, 1881


Garfield, J[ames] A[bram], 1831-1881


Garrett, James M., fl. 1881


Germany - Description and Travel, 1844


Giles, Judge_____, fl. 1879


Gillen, E. B., fl. 1897


Gilman, D[avid] C[ort], fl. 1886


Gilman, John A., fl. 1859


Gilman, John S., fl. 1879


Grand Lodge of Maryland [Masonic], 1886


Grant, U[lysses] S[impson], 1881


Guard, [Thomas] (Dr.), ca. 1885


Hagner, A[lexander] B[urton], 1826-1915


Hammond, William A. (Dr.), 1829-1894


“Happy Retreat”- Cumberland Valley, Pa., n.d.


Harris Family - Genealogy


Harris, David Caldwell, 1810-1858


Harris, David (Col.), 1770-1844


Harris, Esther Morrison, 1806-1879


Harris, George Washington, 1812-1883


Harris, J[ames] Morrison, 1817-1898


Harris, John Montgomery, 1808-1881


Harris, John T., fl. 1861


Harris, Mary Patterson, 1878-


Harris, Sarah (Montgomery), 1779-1849


Harris, William Davidson, 1800-1875


Harris, William Hall [Sr.], 1852-1938


Hayden, W. M., fl. 1898


Heany, Ezra S., fl. 1867


Heath, Upton S., fl. 1844


Henry, Patrick, fl. 1860


Higgins, Authorey, fl. 1889


Hinks, Sam[ue]l, fl. 1856


Hodge, Hugh Lenox (Rev.), fl. 1928


Hogg, Alex[ande]r, fl. 1869


Hughes, C[harles], fl. 1848


Hughes, Geo[rge] W., fl. 1861


Ingraham, D[a]n[ie]l, fl. 1860


Italy - Description and Travel, 1844


Jefferson County, Va. - “Elk Lawn”, 1844, 1847


Jenkins, Thorton S., fl. 1860


Jordan, John, fl. 1852


Kaufman, J. Henry, fl. 1869


Kennedy, A., fl. 1880


Kennedy, J. D., fl. 1898


Kennedy, J[ohn] P[endleton], fl. 1845


Kennedy, Surgeon [Daniel?], 1880


Keyser, W[illia]m. fl. 1879


Know Nothings, 1854, 1859


Lafayette College - Easton, Pa., 1867


Latrobe, Jo[h]n H. B., fl. 1872


Laurel Lycenum, 1853


Lee, Isabel G., fl. 1889


Lee, S. S., fl. 1860


Leslie, Robert, fl. 1856


Letcher, John, fl. 1861


Loat, John, fl. 1868


Logan, John A., fl. 1884


Magruder, G., fl. 1860


Maryland Historical Society, 1846, 1894


Maryland Institute, 1853


Maryland Line, 1780


[Maryland] State Convention, 1860


Masons (Fraternal organization), 1886


Matthews, Stanley, fl. 1879


Mayer, Brantz, 1809-1879


Mayer, C[ornelia], fl. 1879


Maynard, Horace, fl. 1859, 1861, 1880


McCauley, [Admiral], fl. 1872


McComas, L. E., fl. 1884


McCurry Murder Trial - Baltimore, Md. 1845


McMichael, Morton, fl. 1852-53


McSherry, James, Jr., fl. 1868


Mercantile [Library Association], 1843


Mercer, R. S., fl. 1861


Millson, John S., fl. 1861


Monaghan, James, fl. 1861


Montgomery Co.--Clubs, 1868, 1881


Montgomery Co., Sixth Election District of, 1881


Montgomery Family - Genealogy


Morris, W. H., fl. 1898


Moss, J. A., fl. 1879


Mt. Vernon Church, Baltimore, Md., ca. 1885


Myers, G. A., fl. 1846


National American Party, 1859


Naturalization Law, 1845


Naval Appropriations Bill, 1860


Naval Pay Bill, 1860


Naval Spirit Ration, 1860


Neal, John, fl. 1849


Negroes--political clubs, 1881


Nelson, Tho[ma]s A. B., fl. 1860


Old Defenders, [18]75


“Our Union Flag”- poem, ca. 1861


Patapsco River,, 1853-54, 1856


Patterson, J. Wilson, fl. 1898


Pennsylvania--Land, n.d.


“Perry”- ship, 1860


Phillips, Fred[erick] J., fl. 1884


Pindell, R., fl. 1840


Political parties, mid 19th century


Politics, National, 1860


Porter, Lucy M., fl. 1881


Postal service--appointment of employees, 1881


Powell, L. M., fl. 1860


“Preble”- ship, 1860


Prentice, Geo[rge] D., fl. 1860


Preston, W[illia]m P., fl. 1859


Ramsey, Alex[ander] (Secretary of War), fl. 1879


Republican National Convention, 1860-1888


Republicans, Black - Baltimore, Md., 1861, 1881


Ringgold, Cadwalader, fl. 1860


Ritchie, Albert, fl. 1898


Rivers - Improvement, 1853-54, 1856


Rodgers, George, fl. 1898


Scott, Walter Q., fl. 1867


Secession - Missouri, 1861


Secession, 1861


Sherman, John, fl. 1879


Ships - “Cumberland,” 1860


Ships - “Perry,” 1860


Ships - “Preble,” 1860


Sixth Election District of Montgomery Co., 1881


Skillman, David B., fl. 1925


Slavery, 1860


Smith, A. A., fl. 1867


Smith, T. S. C., fl. 1868


Southern Pacific Railroad, 1860


Speed, J. J., fl. 1846


Spesutia Hundred (1658), n.d.


St. George's Parish (1693), n.d.


Steiner, Bernard C., fl. 1898


Stewart, Dan, fl. 1852


Stewart, John, fl. 1852


Stokes, N. B., fl. 1861


Stuart, Alex[ander] H. H., fl. 1853


Summers, Geo[rge], fl. 1861


Swaim, General _____, 1884


Switzerland - Description and Travel, 1844


Third Brigade of Maryland Militia, 1812


Third Congressional Colored Republican Club, 1881


Thomas, John H., fl., 1879


Thomas, Philip F., fl. 1861


Thompson, R[ichard] W. (Secretary of the Navy), 1859, 1879


Tompkins, Mrs. John A., fl. 1891


Towson, Md--Clubs, 1869


Travel Diaries, 1844


Travel - European, 1844


Trice, Cicero, fl. 1860


Trimble, I[saac] R[idgway] (Dr.), fl. 1898


Trippe, Ro[ber]t, fl. 1859


United States Navy - Pay, 1860


Vaner, Z. B., fl. 1861


Veal, Jo[h]n T., fl. 1881


Virginia--Land, 1844, 1847


Walker, W. S., fl. 1868


Wallis, S[evern] T[eakle], 1816-1894


Washburne, E. B., fl. 1879


Weaver, Jacob J., Jr., fl. 1898, 1901


Webster, Edwin H., fl. 1880


Wheeler, Lewis H. fl., 1869


Whig Party, 1848


Whiskey Rebellion, 1794


Whitridge, John C., fl. 1884


Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892


Williams, Joseph Wilson, fl. 1881


Windom, W[illia]m, fl. 1881


Winthrop, Rob[er]t C., fl. 1850


Women - Baltimore, Md., n.d.


Wood, W[illia]m Maxwell, fl. 1860


Young Mens' Christian Association - Towson, Md., 1869