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ASSOCIATED PRESS Maryland first lady Katie O'Malley (right), Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (second from right) and U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, Democrat of Maryland (third from right) attend the funeral of William Donald Schaefer, former Baltimore mayor, Maryland governor and comptroller, at Old St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Baltimore, on Wednesday. Mr. Schaefre died April 18 at age 89.

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Gov. Martin O'Malley and his son, William, pay respects at the casket of longtime Maryland politician William Donald Schaefer in the State House in Annapolis. (Associated Press)

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Police officer Mia Hembrick on Monday stands next to William Donald Schaefer's portrait while the former governor and Baltimore mayor's casket rests at the State House in Annapolis. "I'll remember him as a very dedicated, honest individual," former Gov. Marvin Mandel said of Mr. Schaefer. (Associated Press)

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ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS On Sept. 9, 1981, then-Baltimore Mayor William Donald Schaefer, dressed to amuse, enters one of the tanks of the National Aquarium in Baltimore to settle a bet. He is credited with rejuvenating the Inner Harbor.

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William Donald Schaefer steps out of the voting booth after casting his ballot Nov. 3, 1998, in Baltimore. Four years after vacating the governor's mansion, Mr. Schaefer returned to public office as state comptroller.