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Your search in the category "Biography, Autobiography, and Reminiscences" returned 3451 results in 173 pages.

Showing results 161 through 180.

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“An Interview with…Bruce Thompson.” ASM Ink, 30 (October 2004): 5-8.

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“An Interview with…Claude Bowen.” ASM Ink, 38 (January 2012): 4-5.

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“An Interview with…George Reynolds.” ASM Ink, 36 (February 2010): 3-5.

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“An Interview with…Jim Gibb.” ASM Ink, 31 (January 2005): 4-5.

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“An Interview with…Jim Sorensen. “ ASM Ink, 37 (November 2011): 3-5.

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“An Interview with…Stephen Brighton.” ASM Ink, 36 (December 2010): 3-5.

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“An Interview with…Stephen Potter.” ASM Ink, 39 (July 2013): 4-6.

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“An Interview with…Tom Forham.” ASM Ink, 41 (January 2014): 6-7.

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“‘Football over Baseball Was a No-Brainer’: An Interview with Joe Bellino.” Naval History, 18 (October 2004): 32-34.

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“B. Harrison Shipley, Jr.—Born into the World of Firefighting.” The Legacy, 43 (Fall 2002): 2.

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“Batter Up!” Maryland Life, 6 (March/April 2010): 16-17.

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“Before It Was Given Its Present Name…” Old Kent, 21 (Summer 2004): 1-2.

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“Behind the Name: Neither Dandy nor Direction.” A Briefe Relation, 26 (Summer 2004): 6.

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“Benjamin Baker, Med ‘27: One Hundred Years Later, ‘Here I Am’.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 54 (April 2002): 62-63.

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“Benjamin Bradlee Named Marylander of the Year.” MdHS News, (Spring/Summer 2009): 6.

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“Betsy Bonaparte in Baltimore.” Antiques, 180 (November/December 2013): 28.

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“Captain Hoye’s Scrapbook.” Glades Star, 10 (March 2003): 23-25, 31.

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“Century Paradiso.” Baltimore, 103 (July 2010): 98-103.

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“Civil War Letters of John Alfred Edson.” Cecil Historical Journal, 2 (Winter 2002-2003): 20-28.

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“Civil War Soldier in Garrett County.” Glades Star, 13 (September 2014): 106.