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Your search in the category "Intellectual Life, Literature, and Publishing" returned 1269 results in 64 pages.

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Cook, Dana. "First Impressions: Reflections on Encounters with Mencken." Menckeniana, 158 (Summer 2001): 1-5.

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Cook, Eleanor M. V. "Georgetown: Jewel of Montgomery County-Part II." Montgomery County Story 42 (February 1999): 61-76.

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Cook, Eleanor M. V. "Life in Montgomery County at the Turn of the Last Century." Montgomery County Story 42 (November 1999): 101-12.

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Cooke, Alistair. "Journalist out of Nowhere." Menckeniana 153 (Spring 2000): 9-11.

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Copeland, David. "'Join or Die:' America's Newspapers in the French and Indian War." Journalism History 24 (Autumn 1998): 112-21.

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Cordts, Jeanne M. "Bookbinder Kate in the Afternoon." Journal of the Alleghenies 28 (1992): 29-32.

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Cornish, Sam. 1935: A Memoir. Boston: Ploughshares Books, 1990.

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Cottom, Rick. “Mencken vs. The Smut Hounds: The Hatrack Affair.” Menckeniana, 207 (Spring 2014): http://menckeniana.prattlibrary.org/mencken-vs-the-smut-hounds-the-hatrack-affair/.

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Cottom, Robert I. “Salem on the Patapsco.” Menckeniana, 178 (Summer 2006): 2-3.

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Cox, Joseph W. "The Origins of the Maryland Historical Society: A Case Study in Cultural Philanthropy." Maryland Historical Magazine 74 (June 1979): 103-16.
Annotations / Notes: Cox argues that the bourgeoning of state historical societies in the first of half of the nineteenth century represented a significant cultural statement about the concerns of the new nation regarding its past and future. He places the founding of the Maryland Historical Society in 1844 in the context of Baltimore's "boom-town" atmosphere of social and economic growth, but relative lack of comparable educational or cultural institutions. The Society was established by the city's emerging new elite, who viewed it as "the central cultural resource of the city and state" and hoped it would serve as the "region's leading cultural catalyst."

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles and Books on Maryland History, 1974." Maryland Historical Magazine 70 (Summer 1975): 211-23.

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles and Books on Maryland History, 1975." Maryland Historical Magazine 71 (Fall 1976): 449-64.

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles and Books on Maryland History, 1976." Maryland Historical Magazine 72 (Summer 1977): 288-314.

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles, Books, and Dissertations on Maryland History, 1977." Maryland Historical Magazine 73 (September 1978): 280-90.

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles, Books, and Dissertations on Maryland History, 1978." Maryland Historical Magazine 74 (December 1979): 358-66.

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles, Books, and Dissertations on Maryland History, 1979." Maryland Historical Magazine 75 (September 1980): 238-49.

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles, Books, and Dissertations on Maryland History, 1980." Maryland Historical Magazine 76 (Fall 1981): 286-95.

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles, Books, and Dissertations on Maryland History, 1981." Maryland Historical Magazine 77 (Fall 1982): 279-90.

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Cox, Richard J. "A Bibliography of Articles, Books, and Dissertations on Maryland History, 1982." Maryland Historical Magazine 78 (Fall 1983): 205-213.