Nellie Louise Young Spencer (8 June 1907-22 September 1997)

Death Certificate

Age:90 year(s)
Birth Date:6/7/1907
Death Date:9/22/1997
Undertaker:Nutter Funeral Homes, Inc.
Death Certificate:97-29099
Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD
[MSA SE43-4137 ]

Obituaries, News Articles & Miscellaneous Sources

SOURCE: "Dr. N. Louise Young, 90, physician was first black woman to practice in Maryland." The Sun (Baltimore) 25 September 1997 [http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1997-09-25/news/1997268132_1_louise-young-general-hospital-frederick-douglass-high]


Comments

For birth certificate, see BALTIMORE CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS (Birth Record) No. A29964 Nellie Louise Young, 8 June 1907 [MSA CM 1135-77 CR 47452] http://guide.mdsa.net/series.cfm?action=viewDetails&ID=CM1135-78

See also:
  • "Personals." Afro-American (Baltimore 26 April 1930: A12. [ProQuest]
  • "Married." Afro-American (Baltimore) 18 July 1931: 11. [ProQuest]
  • "Citizens Plan Euel Lee Benefit." Afro-American (Baltimore) 11 February 1933: 13. [ProQuest]
  • "School Medics Won't Quit." Afro-American (Baltimore) 4 March 1933: 23. [ProQuest]
  • "Personals." Afro-American (Baltimore) 2 September 1933: 11. [ProQuest]
  • "School Girls Bombard Health Week Doctors With Queries." Afro-American (Baltimore) 11 April 1936: 15. [ProQuest]
  • "Gadabouting in Baltimore: Dr. Young Holds Forth Ere Mrs. Chinn's European Trip." Afro-American (Baltimore) 20 June 1936: 19.
  • "3 Parties Hear Ickes on NAACP's Opening Program." Afro-American (Baltimore) 27 June 1936: 19. [ProQuest]
  • "Medic Denies Rift: Dr. L. Young Denies Split with Husband." Afro-American (Baltimore) 28 August 1937: 1. [ProQuest]
  • "Mothers." Afro-American (Baltimore) 14 May 1938: 13. [ProQuest]
  • "Divorces Lawson, Charges Desertion." Afro-American (Baltimore) 11 June 1938: 12. [ProQuest]
  • "She Gets Freedom." Afro-American (Baltimore) 11 June 1938: 12. [ProQuest]
  • "Gadabouting in Baltimore: Say Anne's Ex Plans August Wedding to Balto. Physician." Afro-American (Baltimore) 23 July 1938: 9. [ProQuest]
  • "The Doctor Weds the Doctor." Afro-American (Baltimore) 13 August 1938: 9. [ProQuest]
  • "Honeymoon in Nassa for Doctors Young and Howard." Afro-American (Baltimore) 6 August 1938: 9. [ProQuest]
  • "Chief Surgeon at Provident Has Resigned." Afro-American (Baltimore) 30 September 1939: 24. [ProQuest]
  • "Women at Work." Afro-American (Baltimore) 8 February 1941: 10. [ProQuest]
  • "Women Voters League Will Hear Dr. Young." The Sun (Baltimore) 11 April 1941: 9. [ProQuest]
  • "Bias Probes in U.S. Army Camps Difficult -- Hastie." Afro-American (Baltimore) 11 October 1941: 6. [ProQuest]
  • "Divorces New York Physician." Afro-American (Baltimore) 24 June 1950: 2. [ProQuest]
  • "Dr. Young Given Divorce From N.Y. Physician Mate." Afro-American (Baltimore) 1 July 1950: 14. [ProQuest]
  • "Roof Fire Damages Home of Dr. Young." Afro-American (Baltimore) 30 September 1950: 2. [ProQuest]
  • "Final arrangements made for annual H.U. Women's weekend." Afro-American (Baltimore) 5 November 1955: 13. [ProQuest]
  • "Dr. Young was a pioneer in state medicine." The Sun (Baltimore) 5 February 1986: 6I. [ProQuest]