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Ecpclio26Balt\00001) "Bloated payroll or essential services?" article on Perspective section of the Baltimore SUN, July 1 and Harford counties 1//

Ecpclio26Balt\00002) Baltimore City, Maryland, The Book of its Board of Trade, by George W Englehardt, 1895, JHU Library 2// Would be good for an illustrated lecture on Baltimore City in 1895; used it already to identify the Consumer's Ice Company, Pratt and Green Streets, with warehouses on Hughes Street at the foot of Wolf Street, handles both natural and manufactured ice It has large ice plants for storing natural ice on the Kennebec and Susquehanna Rivers, and a fine plant here for manufacturing ice at the foot of Wolf Street It has 150 employees here and 100 teams in service It is a shipper to Maryland and Virginia points, and has a big local trade Its total sales are 75,000 tons a year organized in 1893; $400,00 capital; officers: A Fenneman, pres; Elmer M Bear, treas; Jas B Moore, secty; good illustration of delivery of ice to the wharf on p 181

Ecpclio26Balt\00003) slides from Baltimore 1729-1929; catalogued as G 1823 3/ /

Ecpclio26Balt\00004) The SUN almanac for 1905 which contains the history of the Baltimore Fire of 1904 4//

Ecpclio26Balt\00005) Postcards of Baltimore City 5// view of the Harbor, ca 1918 fountain at Eutaw Place Broadway in Baltimore, ca 1908 Federal Hill Park, ca 1912 Fort Carroll Baltimore Fire, German and Liberty Streets showing Hurst building, origin of fire, mailed to New Bedford Mass on April 1, 1904

Ecpclio26Balt\00006) 1989/03/07 History fo the Baltimore Museum of Art, by Bennard B Perlman 6//

Ecpclio26Balt\00007) SUN article of March 7, 1989 on Arthur 'Whitey' G Mansberger's collection of Baltimore City records thrown out when the City archives moved out of city hall 7//

Ecpclio26Balt\00008) SUN article January 3, 1989 on Charles J Baker as the 22nd Mayor of Baltimore, served for 3 months during Civil War while predecessor was jailed as a southern sympathizer 8//

Ecpclio26Balt\00009) Photographs Joe Coale gave Peale of Roland Park, Overhill Road on 3-31-1913; Old Ice House Stony Run, ca 1900; 9//

Ecpclio26Balt\00010) Hearing Before the United State Commission on Civil Rights Baltimore, Maryland, August 17-19, 1970 see Staff report on Demographic, Economic, Social and Political Characteristics of BC and BA Co 10//

Ecpclio26Balt\00011) Baltimore Blue Book for 1966 11//

Ecpclio26Balt\00012) good photographs from the SUN magazine of signs painted on brick walls; 5/13/90 12//

Ecpclio26Balt\00013) SUN magazine issue on Walter Sondheim, Jr August 6, 1989 13//

Ecpclio26Balt\00014) H L Mencken's Garfen by Amnalie Adler Ascher in SUN, 9/9/89 14//

Ecpclio26Balt\00015) Johns, Mary Katherine Unpublished Paper on maps and surveying of Baltimore City 15//

Ecpclio26Balt\00016) Brochure on Homewood House, Charles Carroll 16//

Ecpclio26Balt\00017) Print of Battle Monument, Baltimore, 1848; 17//

Ecpclio26Balt\00018) Varle and Lucas maps of Baltimore City (ca 1830's); including Strangers Guide by Lucas, at UMBC; plan for South Baltimore 18//

Ecpclio26Balt\00019) 1860 General Assembly investigation of Election Fraud in Baltimore City, 1860; Senate Document W 19//

Ecpclio26Balt\00020) SUN article on Baltimore's future leaders see 'city of grace' 7/12/90 20//

Ecpclio26Balt\00021) SUN article comparing expenditure per pupil in Elementary Schools across the State, 3/11/90 21//

Ecpclio26Balt\00022) SUN article on Baltimore City population decline 8/25/1990; 1990 population estimates 22//

Ecpclio26Balt\00023) SUN magazine article on Druid Hill Park, 8/19/1990; query on who needs it? by Will Englund 23//

Ecpclio26Balt\00024) SUN feature on Tommy D'Alesandro, 8/90 24//

Ecpclio26Balt\00025) Szanton, Peter Baltimore 2000 A Choice of Futures 1986 complementary copies from the Goldseker foundation 25//

Ecpclio26Balt\00026) photographs from a family alblum of trip to see devastation caused by 1904 Baltimore Fire; came by boat (Calvert) Album owned by friend of GAS (see Memo files) see 26-84-2 for slides /

Ecpclio26Balt\00027) 1964/10/18 News American supplement on Baltimore City "Progress Report Metropolitan Baltimore" October 18, 1964 27//

Ecpclio26Balt\00028) Charles G Steffen, The Gentry of the Upper Chesapeake: The Boundaries of Class in Baltimore County, 1660-1776; reviewed for the University Press of Kentucky See S1259-121-2742) 28//

Ecpclio26Balt\00029) Carroll Papers, Carroll Exhibit, Baltimore Panel, from Sally Mason 29//

Ecpclio26Balt\00030) McKeldin, Theodore R No Mean City [Baltimore] 1964 30 //

Ecpclio26Balt\00031) Review of AVALON in Baltimore SUN, LIVE, Barry Levinson film 31//

Ecpclio26Balt\00032) Baltimore's Past: A Directory of Historical Sources Baltimore History Network November 1989 32//

Ecpclio26Balt\00033) Sheller, Tina Artisans and the Evolution of Baltimore Town, 1765-1790 (S1259-121-2743) 33//

Ecpclio26Balt\00034) SUN Almanac for 1911 34//

Ecpclio26Balt\00035) Waldron, Thomas W City, State totals show fewer voters Evening SUN, 9/10/90 Suggests registration down (in part) because fear of jury duty 35//

Ecpclio26Balt\00036) voter turnout, 1990 Primary election, 9/11/90: Baltimore City: 321,141 registered voters; ca 28% "lowest voter turnout in memory, and I've been here 35 years": Gene Raynor, ABEL 36//

Ecpclio26Balt\00037) Olson, Sherry H Baltimore The Building of an American City 1980 Disbound for copying for use in 10_149 (4-94) 37//

Ecpclio26Balt\00038) Brown, John S The Charter of the Province of Maryland; The Declaration of Rights of 1776, and Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, Relating to Baltimore-Town and City, from 1729-1830 1879 38//

Ecpclio26Balt\00039) JHU MSEL search of Janus for Baltimore City references see 10_149029 39//

Ecpclio26Balt\00040) Greene, Suzanne Ellery Baltimore An Illustrated History xerox master from 4-93 Used in 10_149 40//

Ecpclio26Balt\00041) Baltimore City 1816 Boundary Change, mortality rates from Niles Register contains info on population and boundary changes to present 41// 26-41 Niles (1817): The Legislature, at its late sitting, passed an act to annext the Precincts, as they were called, to the City of Baltimore, against the consent of nine-tenths, perhaps, of the people of both By this procedure the CITY acquires a population of 16 or 17,000 souls; and still has only TWO members in the house of delegates -- a FORTIETH part of the power of legislation, and a FIFTH, if not a FOURTH, of all the white persons in whole state The mere ADDITION thus made to Baltimore city for population or value of property, is far greater than that of any one of seven or eight of the counties of the state, and equal, or superior, to that of two several pairs of united counties--But each COUNTY sends FOUR members to the legislature THIS IS MARYLAND REPRESENTATION Of the political motives that led to this procedure, it does not belong to this work to say any thing Griffith (1824-1830): At the session of 1816, the limits of the city, are extended by an act entitled "An act to enlarge the bounds of Baltimore city," including the old precincts Those limits form a parallelogram of about three and a half miles from North to South, and four and a half from East to West, and contains in land and water, about 10,000 acres surface, all included within the twelve wards of the city [4-95-217/218] Scharf, Chronicles (1874): same as Niles, but abbreviated in the editorializing re: power of counties viz city [4-87-381] Scharf, History of Baltimore City and County (1881): pp 61-62: follows Niles argument and includes a map of the City showing how the original tract of Coles Harbor was to the north of the present harbor (p 62) NOTE: according to Niles, 1817: 305; there were 8 wards in Baltimore City By 1820 there were 12 Population growth, 1800-1820 from Griffith: Year White Males White Females Other Free Slaves Total City without the Precincts: 1800: 11,294 9,606 2,771 2,843 26,514 1810 35,513 1820 39,404-40,795 City and Precincts combined: 1790: 6,422 5,503 323 1,255 13,503 1800: 31,514 1810: 19,045 17,147 5,671 4,672 46,555 1820: 23,922 24,133 10,324 3,357 62,738 1830: 30,021 31,693 14,788 4,123 80,625 Precincts only: 1800: est 5,000 1810: East: 4,050 West: 6,922 TOTAL: 10,971 1816: Estimated Total: 16,000-17,000 1820: Estimated Total: 21,942-23,334 In 1829 the houses in the city were: one story, 1,466; two stories, 8,189; three or more stories, 2,143; total 12,798 of which above 10,000 are of brick; [629 people on average per building]; In that year the city cared for 409 paupers per month out of a population of 80,625, while the county cared for 47 out of a population of 40,251 Griffith: Appendix

Ecpclio26Balt\00042) Baltimore The Trade Queen of the South John Murph Co's Illustrated Guide to Baltimore and Text Book of her Resources 1900? 42//

Ecpclio26Balt\00043) Baltimore SUN almanac for 1915 43//

Ecpclio26Balt\00044) Arrow Street Guide to Baltimore including Suburban Areas 1956 44//

Ecpclio26Balt\00045) McCreary, George W Baltimore City Street Index 1900 With search of State Pubs database for streets 45//

Ecpclio26Balt\00046) Baltimore City Maps in G 2275, also Census maps from Philadelphia Free Library 46//

Ecpclio26Balt\00047) Polk Baltimore City Directory, 1920 with map of streets and car lines Acquired from Kelmscott for $3300 47//

Ecpclio26Balt\00048) Arnold, Joseph L Suburban Growth and Municipal Annexation in Baltimore, 1745-1918 MdHM, 73, no 2 June 1978 Notes in 10_149030 48//

Ecpclio26Balt\00049) Reps, John Tidewater Towns City Planning in Colonial Virginia copy master for Chapter 11 49//

Ecpclio26Balt\00050) Barnes, Robert Guide to Research in Baltimore City and County 1989 Contains Ward Boundaries and maps for 1797, 1870 50//

Ecpclio26Balt\00051) Baltimore's Past: A Directory of Historical Sources, Baltimore History Network, November 1989 51//

Ecpclio26Balt\00052) Doerflinger, Thomas M A Spirit of Enterprise 1986 Maps from, as handout in 10_149 52//

Ecpclio26Balt\00053) Browne, Gary Baltimore in the Nation, 1789-1861 1980 for 10_149 53//

Ecpclio26Balt\00054) Price, Jacob Economic Function and Growth of American Port Towns in the Eighteenth Century 1974 for 10_149; 10_166; annotated copy for lecture; also overlay of comparative population figures 54//

Ecpclio26Balt\00055) Gould, Clarence Economic Causes of the Rise of Baltimore, for 10_149027 55//

Ecpclio26Balt\00056) Research at the Pratt Library, 9/22/90 re: Baltimore City Boundaries, State Boundaries; City planning, Olmsted plan ca 1900-1910; Preston Plan, 1918 56//

Ecpclio26Balt\00057) Peabody research, 9/22/90 re: 1874 analysis by Thomas Buckler on the Water supply, sewers in Baltimore City; taxation and revenue by Hollander? on annexations, city boundaries; 1834 Isaac McKim 57// Instructions to McKim from the voters of Baltimore City re: Bank deposits

Ecpclio26Balt\00058) Klinckowstrom, Axel Leonhard Baron Klinkowstrom's America, 1818-1820 1952 See for Baltimore visit and contacts with Samuel Smith, John Spear Smith 58//

Ecpclio26Balt\00059) 1910 map of Baltimore City from G225-01-21 59//

Ecpclio26Balt\00060) Henderson, Peter From the New Deal to the Great Society: Housing the Poor of Baltimore prospectus for dissertation, JHU 60//

Ecpclio26Balt\00061) Baltimore City map, Rand McNally, ca 1990 61//

Ecpclio26Balt\00062) Maryland Historical Society slide program on People who Built a City: The Birth of Baltimore Town courtesy of Janet Sanders, 10/03/90 62//

Ecpclio26Balt\00063) Notes from Scharf, John Thomas history of Baltimore City & County, 63//

Ecpclio26Balt\00064) Baltimore City Life Museums press release on 1840 house, Scenes from Baltimore 64//

Ecpclio26Balt\00065) tables of city finance from J H Hollander, the Financial History of Baltimore, 1899 65//

Ecpclio26Balt\00066) Baltimore in 1800 taken from Scharf Chronicles of Baltimore 26 / 66//

Ecpclio26Balt\00067) J H B Latrobe, Picture of Baltimore, ca 1832 with map 67//

Ecpclio26Balt\00068) Baltimore public works official faces murder charge (Dominic J Carozza, highway superintendent) during 60s acquitted of 3 murders SUN 10/4/90; also includes article on Coursey site, QA co; 68//

Ecpclio26Balt\00069) President Street Station, cite of April 19 riot between Northern troops and Southern sympathizers in 1861; as of 10/1/90 69//

Ecpclio26Balt\00070) Notes on Isaac McKim and Baltimore City Congressional Districts to the Civil War 70//

Ecpclio26Balt\00071) Free Blacks in Baltimore; notes from Directories, Barbara Field Slavery and Freedom on the Middle Ground; City Directory, 1817-1818; 71//

Ecpclio26Balt\00072) Murray, William H letter to Elizabeth H Murray , from Fairfax Court House, July 26, 1861; re: Battle of Bull Run (from Alice Randall, see SPECCOL Cited anywhere? 72//

Ecpclio26Balt\00073) 1830/11/24 Charles Carroll as Icon: letter from Robert Campbell, 24 November 1830 re: Carroll county Georgia and the terrible treatment of the Cherokees by the citizens of, asking him to withdraw use of name; 73//

Ecpclio26Balt\00074) William LeFurgy guide to the Baltimore City Archives, 1984, including records of the Enoch Pratt 74//

Ecpclio26Balt\00075) Representation and suffrage (voting) in, from Baltimore City; urban population in US & Baltimore; members of General Assembly from Baltimore 75//

Ecpclio26Balt\00076) Irish immigration in Maryland, 1634-1850; Mary Jane Klein, education department 76//

Ecpclio26Balt\00077) Research at Enoch Pratt on tenure of Bernard Christian Steiner as librarian 77//

Ecpclio26Balt\00078) Thomas, Thaddeus Peter, 1867-1936 The City Government of Baltimore 1896 78//

Ecpclio26Balt\00079) Brackett, Jeffrey Richardson Notes on the Progress of the Colored People of Maryland since the War 1890 79//

Ecpclio26Balt\00080) Fielding Lucas 1822 map of Baltimore showing wards and city as mapped by Poppleton From film at the Baltimore City Archives 80//

Ecpclio26Balt\00081) Research at Baltimore City Archives, 10/16 on maps of the City, voting records, and William H Murray in the HRS index Richard Cox's article on the Plight of City Archives, Baltimore, 7/1979 81// File contains photographs of the original Mills drawing of the first Record Office in Baltimore City Richard does not say what happened to the building

Ecpclio26Balt\00082) Frey, Jacob Reminiscences of Baltimore 1893 notes from; story re: bloody footprints, murderer of photographer Grove Slides of Illustrations 82//

Ecpclio26Balt\00083) Knott, Leo A Biographical Sketch of Hon A Leo Knott with A Relation of Some Political Transactions in Maryland, 1861-1867 1898 contains 4-73 83//

Ecpclio26Balt\00084) 1893-1904 Panoramic views of Baltimore in 1903, Hersman family album of trip to see aftermath of the fire, 1904 84// Frey: Jacob Frey Pratt Street Washington Monument Charles Street at Franklin CF Meyer F L Latrobe Odd Fellows' Hall Phoenix Club Maryland CLub Taney Statue Roger P Taney Fountain, Patterson Park Asssociate Reformed Church Reverdy Johnson Cathedral Cardinal's residence Zion Church Eutaw Place Synagogue Enoch Pratt and library Boradway Entrance to Druid Hill Park Baltimore St Paul STreet Bridge over Jones Falls Harlem square James Hodges R C Davidson Old Post Office Kaminsaky Inn

Ecpclio26Balt\00085) Harper's Monthly Magazine index references to Maryland, Annapolis, Baltimore, (project 1842) Howard Pyle, Vol 59, pp 63; Caton sisters by Didier, vol 61, pp 489- 85//

Ecpclio26Balt\00086) Isaac McKim Free School as of 10/21/90; Maryland Historical Magazine References; John Dorsey re: architecture of School; Poll lists for Congress in Baltimore City Archives; 86//

Ecpclio26Balt\00087) William W Goldsborough; Maryland Line in the Confederate Army, 1861-1865; 1900, reprinted 1983 87//

Ecpclio26Balt\00088) Ira Berlin documents on recruiting of Blacks in Maryland for Union Army in 1863-; description of Baltimore Slave Pen; Birney, problems of racism in southern Maryland See use in 10_149039 88//

Ecpclio26Balt\00089) Baltimore Community College Library: references to Leroy Graham on Baltimore the 19th Century Black Capital, Robert I Vexler, Baltimore a Chronology, Kevin O' Keeffe, Baltimore Politics, 1971- 89// O'Keeffee: pp 34-37, on Louis J Grasmack, Baltimore Lumber dealer, support of George Russell in 1971 for Mayor

Ecpclio26Balt\00090) Sun graphic on Percentage of blacks in Baltimore Councilmanic districts, 10/22/90 90//

Ecpclio26Balt\00091) Official Souvenir Program of the National Democratic Convention, 1912, slides includes views of the fire 91//

Ecpclio26Balt\00092) World's Greatest Calamities The Baltimore Fire and Chicago Theatre Horror by J Hampton Moore and H D Northrop 1904 92//

Ecpclio26Balt\00093) Final Report of the Engineers Appointed to Consider Extensions to the Baltimore City Water Supply Vol II 1920? by Nicholas S Hill, R, James H Fuertes With map 93//

ECPclio26Balt\00094) SUN Almanacs, 1889-1896; 1897-1903; 1910-1915; Also includes Towson almanacs for 1907, 1910, 1913, 1914, 1915; in 26-94-3 94//

Ecpclio26Balt\00095) Graphic of Baltimore's Shrinking size, from Census; includes article by Gene Oishi on his growing up with Japanese American Internment 95//

Ecpclio26Balt\00096) History of the Baltimore Symphony, part 1 from the October 27, 1990 program 96//

Ecpclio26Balt\00097) Articles from Janet Sanders; Robert I Cottom, Jr The Mobtown Chronicls re: riots, Knownothings in Baltimore; articles on the Oblate Sisters (black nuns) and Elizabeth Clovis Lange, riots against 97//

Ecpclio26Balt\00098) Baltimore Harbor from Federal Hill, McKim School taken in October 1990 (slides) 98//

Ecpclio26Balt\00099) Baltimore Messenger for October 31, 1990; Mrs Johns at the hair dressers 99//


Ecpclio26Balt\00100) SUN articles on The Choice Program for Baltimore city by its director, Mark K Shriver; article on longgevity (life expectancy in 1900 was 47; 1988: 75 100//

Ecpclio26Balt\00101) Charles Varle Complete view of Baltimore from Robert Eney; in G 1945 101//

Ecpclio26Balt\00102) Baltimore School Survey, 1920-1921, Volume 1; slides of conditions, map of non-residential areas in Baltimore City 102//

Ecpclio26Balt\00103) 7th Special Report of the Commissioner of Labor, Carroll D Wright The Slums of Baltimore, Chicago , New York, and Philadelphia 1894 26 / 103//

Ecpclio26Balt\00104) Hartzler, Daniel D Marylanders in the Confederacy 1986 For other works by this author see 26-72 research on William H Murray 104//

Ecpclio26Balt\00105) Cushing & Bailey Baltimore Hand Book of Colleges, Schools, Libraries, Museums, Halls, &c 1876 105//

Ecpclio26Balt\00106) Baltimore American for 1865 on the future growth and prospects for Baltimore City after the Civil War See 10_149 for page (editorial) used in class 106//

Ecpclio26Balt\00107) Brown, Frederick J Streets and Slums A sudy in Local Municipal Geography 1892 107//

Ecpclio26Balt\00108) Baltimore Sun, 11/4/1990 on how Baltimore ranks in the business world 108//

Ecpclio26Balt\00109) slide show of Baltimore between 1870s and 1900 with review of early graphics showing the approaches to the City from ca 1750s used with 10_149 109//

Ecpclio26Balt\00110) Old City Watch House (Baltimore), image in 4-757; 110//

Ecpclio26Balt\00111) Mount Vernon Square, John Eager Howard, Washington Monument; materials toward welcoming remarks for Judge Murphy; NMB's research (S1259-121-3035) 111//

Ecpclio26Balt\00112) John Quincy Adams visits to Baltimore, Toast to the Monumental City; Research re: 112//

Ecpclio26Balt\00113) National Star Spangled Banner Centennial Offical Programme and the Story of Baltimore Sept 6 to 13 1914 113//

Ecpclio26Balt\00114) Building Code of Baltimore, 1908, autographed by Thomas Mahool 114//

Ecpclio26Balt\00115) The Baltimore Silhouettes of Auguste Eduarte, 1839-1844 See: 4-767 and S1259-121-3173 115//

Ecpclio26Balt\00116) Dorsey, John Mount Vernon Place An Anecdotal Essay with 66 Illustrations 1983 gift from John 116//

Ecpclio26Balt\00117) O'Keeffe, Kevin Baltimore Politics 1971-1986: The Schaefer Years and the Struggle for Succession Georgetown Monograph in American Studies no 3 1986 117//

Ecpclio26Balt\00118) [References to Barron v Baltimore and Luther Martin in the History of the Supreme Court, OW Holmes devise 1988 118// http://virtualarchive.us/barron/index.html]

Ecpclio26Balt\00119) Poverty in Baltimore, article in City Paper by Tom Chalkley, photos by Mike McGovern, 12/7 119//

Ecpclio26Balt\00120) Frances Froehlicher analysis of Ted Durr thesis The conscience of A City, re: Balitmore; includes map of area in 1905 and 1896; outlines the slum studied in 1896; Polic Census of 1904; 120//

Ecpclio26Balt\00121) Gift collection SC 2336 maps of Baltimore City (1919, 1916, 1905 of Talbot County 121//

Ecpclio26Balt\00122) Translations of the French Captains, Merchants, Baltimore, 1781, 1783; Jean Baker secured; Elborg Forster translated for me French Counsel, Baltimore 122//

Ecpclio26Balt\00123) Sun Magazine Article on Fells Point, May 19, 1974 123//

Ecpclio26Balt\00124) Paper for ECP on Baltimore City Courts by Sophia L Swope, 1986 124//

Ecpclio26Balt\00125) Methodists in Baltimore, paper for ECP by B J Schaen-Cazer, 1986 125//

Ecpclio26Balt\00126) Street Arabs in Baltimore, an NEH film, 1977 1/

Ecpclio26Balt\00127) Notes on Roland Park, dedication of marker at shopping center Chesnut history of Civic League 127//

Ecpclio26Balt\00128) Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage, 1986 of Roland Park, Baltimore City; History of Homewood in the Hopkins News-Letter, October 10, 1986 128//

Ecpclio26Balt\00129) Councilmanic Districts, changes proposed by Mayor Schmoke, SUN 1/8/91 129//

Ecpclio26Balt\00130) Tim Fallon paper on the origns of Roland Park, filed with 10-149 130//

Ecpclio26Balt\00131) Joseph Clarke MLA on Baltimore political clubs and neighborhood associations; 131//

Ecpclio26Balt\00132) Speech for Judge Murphy, January 30, 1986 on Baltimore in the time of the debate over ratification of the Constitution My draft, Jane McWilliams, notes Barney on the Federalist, 132//

Ecpclio26Balt\00133) Richard Cox on Surveying, Maps, and the Absence of Urban Planning in Baltimore, 1730-1823; checklist of Maps, MdHM 81, no Spring, 1986 133//

Ecpclio26Balt\00134) Paul A Gilje on Le Menu Peuple, in America: Identifying the Mob in the Baltimore Riots of 1812; MdHM 81, 1, Spring, 1986 134//

Ecpclio26Balt\00135) Williams, Harold Baltimore Afire, 4-75, filed here 135//

Ecpclio26Balt\00136) Motley, John The Merchants of Baltimore During the American Revolution; Georgetown seminar, 1969 136//

Ecpclio26Balt\00137) Walker, Paul, two chapters from his book on Baltimore: Conduct of business, 1763-1776; Commercial De velopment, 1776-1783, vita 137//

Ecpclio26Balt\00138) Cassell, Frank A The Structure of Baltimore's Politics in the Age of Jefferson, 1795-1812 from First Conf on Md History and pub in Law Society Politics 138//

Ecpclio26Balt\00139) Browne, Gary Lawson, xeroxes of first chapters in Baltimore in the Nation, 1789-1861 139//

Ecpclio26Balt\00140) Mount Calvery Protestant Episcopal Church, Baltimore City James H Fledderman alienation of affection suit re: 834 Hamilton St 140// notes by ECP and PVM, slides of interior of the House taken ca 1910; (formerly in 17-31) House apparently now owned by Mt Calvary Church See 17-31 for other slides of Civil War soldier involved in a divorce case and other parts of Pat's 1978 presentation [see 121-1765/6] 1765 127Admin 121 1259 Chris City Archives, Police Records for the City of Baltimore 19900127 1 Randy Beirne, a neighbor of mine who teaches Geography at the University of Baltimore, is concerned that the City Archives are no longer available for use by scholars (Tom Hollowak bought Census and and Port record microfilm from NARA that Randy wants his students to use but which has not been accessioned or made available) Jerri Yeager (sp?) at the U of B library special collections (you may have worked with her on the filming of the 29th Division? records, or they at least have a copy of our film) is spear heading an effort to get the Mayor's attention with the objective, I suspect, of getting as much useful material transferred to other libraries She is operating out of that consortium that with Md Humanities published the directory of repositories containing Baltimore City records that was distributed free at the Unlocking the Secrets of Time conference We need to focus on this city problem and offer some viable alternatives Perhaps we should offer to operate the city archives as a state service? (your initial idea) I can call Lee Tawney and get an appointment with the Mayor, but we need to be sure our State bases are covered first A ruse may be trying to get the city police dockets out of the Northern District station basement (Hamden) I called Randy because I wanted to find the police dockets for the police district where the new stadium is to be I suspect that Babe appears in them as well as any incidents at his father's tavern, etc I remembered that Randy once had a student (a cop) who had borrowed a volume from the stack rlating to the one of the districts which Randy had given to the City Archives The rest (covering the years from the 1870s to the present have been accumulated, or at least were accumulated, in the basement of the Northern District station, but he was unsuccessful under Pomerlieu in getting anything done about it Who knows the Census of 1904 manuscript could still be there At any rate, getting some help to get the records through the Governor's office, Bishop Robinson, etc, might be a way to feel out what we can or cannot do with regard to the City archives, a somewhat neutral way to approach Mark Wasserman on the larger subject of the city by asking about something that at first glance seems only related to the area of the new Stadium Let's discuss 1766 111 EdProg 121 1259 Phebe Mount Calvary Protestant Episcopal Church, Baltimore City [see 3-6] 19900127 Please let me know what we have on this church (including the HRS files) in the way of records, history, etc Enclosed is a brochure giving a brief history (Shirley, please xerox the attached brochure for Phebe (enlarge it on 11 by 17 paper as much as you can) and give the original back to me)

Ecpclio26Balt\00141) Fells Point, Ethel Eton archaelogical survey, Chase's wharf, 141//

Ecpclio26Balt\00142) O, Donnel, John Language Book, 1784; from his library, now at Peabody 142//

Ecpclio26Balt\00143) Visitor's guide to the Clarence Mitchell Courthouse 143//

Ecpclio26Balt\00144) Aristides and the removal of the Capital to Baltimore, Maryland Gazette, January 1786; Alexander Contee Hanson 144//

Ecpclio26Balt\00145) History of the Lexington Market by David Chilcoat Osborn, 1952, Pennsylvania State College, MA 145//

Ecpclio26Balt\00146) Fells Point historic district, 1985 146//

Ecpclio26Balt\00147) Francis Guy, 1760-1820, catalogue of exhibit, from 4-775 147//

Ecpclio26Balt\00148) 1876/1877 Atlases of Baltimore city and county, 1976-1877, G M Hopkins, from MSA SC 1399-263, 265; 148//

Ecpclio26Balt\00149) Map of Baltimore City, 1919; 1916; Miller Collection, MSA SC 2336 149//

Ecpclio26Balt\00150) Directory of Charitable and Beneficient Organizations, Baltimore 1892 150//

Ecpclio26Balt\00151) The New Charter of Baltimore 1898 151//

Ecpclio26Balt\00152) 1877 Baltimore SUN Almanac for 1877 152//

Ecpclio26Balt\00153) 1937 Directory of Building and Loan Associations of Baltimore, Maryland and Vicinity 1937 153//

Ecpclio26Balt\00154) Bready, James H The Home Team 1984 154//

Ecpclio26Balt\00155) Articles from the SUN re: Baltimore and Beyond; Berger on What Schools don't need is another Revolution; Rascovar on a Confusing Kaleidoscope of Visions; Comment on Sondheim report May-June 91 155//

Ecpclio26Balt\00156) Postcards of Baltimore, ca 1904 and the fire; Bromo Seltzer wagon; 156//

Ecpclio26Balt\00157) Hiss, Tony Annals of Place (Baltimore) New Yorker April 29, 1991 Alger Hiss's son 157//

Ecpclio26Balt\00158) postcard of Sachse Print of Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore, Maryland ca 1862 Garrisoned by the 129t h Regt NYV Col P A Porter 158//

Ecpclio26Balt\00159) Rosenberg, Rena and A Madorah Donahue The Welfare of Infants of Illegitimate Birth in Baltimore as Affected by a Maryland Law of 1916 U S Department of Labor, 1925 159//

Ecpclio26Balt\00160) Baltimore SUN Almanac for 1878 160//

Ecpclio26Balt\00161) Hirschfeld, Charles Baltimore, 1870-1900: Studies in Social History 1941 (also catalogued as 4-721) 161//

Ecpclio26Balt\00162) Baltimore Gas and Electric Company from 1816-1991 The First 175 Years 162//

Ecpclio26Balt\00163) Power, Garrett essay on land use, development of Baltimore City "The Taking Up and Parceling Out of Land in the Vicinity of Baltimore: 1632-1796" Proj 4008 163//

Ecpclio26Balt\00164) Lewis, H H Walker The Lawyers' Round Table of Baltimore and Its Charter Members 1978 164//

Ecpclio26Balt\00165) Correspondence with Tony Hiss concerning his article on Baltimore in the New Yorker 6/5/91 165//

Ecpclio26Balt\00166) Plans for Jones Falls, 1961, slides of copy owned by Janet Sanders 166//

Ecpclio26Balt\00167) Maryland Historical Society slide show on Maryland's Black History, script, etc lent by Janet Sanders 167//

Ecpclio26Balt\00168) Beyond White Marble Steps, Baltimore Neighborhoods, 1979 Copy for photographing images Slides? 168//

Ecpclio26Balt\00169) Census misses 5 million people in 1990 See also 17-408 for Evening SUN article on missing in Baltimore 169//

Ecpclio26Balt\00170) Rebirth at Camden Station with photos of now and before (1867) from SUN 4/14/91 170//

Ecpclio26Balt\00171) Pathways in Roland Park; a map 171//

Ecpclio26Balt\00172) 1991 City Council District proposals for Baltimore redistricting issue; population of Baltimore; census graphics, data on segregated districts, BC, BA 172//

Ecpclio26Balt\00173) Gunpowder Valley, preservation issues from SUN 8/4/91 (Baltimore County -BA 173//

Ecpclio26Balt\00174) Woodstock Typewriter, purchased for use in teaching about Hiss/Chambers 174//

Ecpclio26Balt\00175) Baltimore City Contested Elections (Henry Winter Davis), 1859; lists of voters intimidated in House of Representatives Mis Doc 55, 36th Congress 175//

Ecpclio26Balt\00176) Greg Stiverson remarks to Maryland Municipal League, 10/19/89; cites cooping examples, petitions for pardons, rivalry between fire companies in Baltimore City; 1859 election 176//

Ecpclio26Balt\00177) 1937 photographs of Baltimore harbor at MSA gift of Philadelphia Maritime Museum; McCalls Ferry, Conowingo; 177//

Ecpclio26Balt\00178) Research by Dean on Baltimore Fire of 1904; archaeology of Harrison's pier 5 & 6; Barbara Weeks work 1987 178//

Ecpclio26Balt\00179) Baltimore Public Schools History Exam, November 14, 1940 179//

Ecpclio26Balt\00180) Celebrating Maryland's Jewish Heritage with silhouette of Solomon Etting, (1764-1847) by Hanks, 180//

Ecpclio26Balt\00181) Leslie's Illustrated Weekly with article on Mrs Miller from Baltimore who reported on Baseball in the Baltimore Telegram c 1900? 181//

Ecpclio26Balt\00182) Centennial Park brochure , a project of the Roland Park Community Foundation 182//

Ecpclio26Balt\00183) Ordinances of the City of Baltimore for 1825, reference to 183//

Ecpclio26Balt\00184) SUN Magazine article on notes from Baltimore's troubled underground: re: Tunnel to Hopkins Hospital 8/18/1991 184//

Ecpclio26Balt\00185) Review of The Baltimore Book on fron page of SUN, 10/30/91 185//

Ecpclio26Balt\00186) Troubled Waters, article on the sad fate of the Jones Falls 3/17/1991 SUN magazine 186//

Ecpclio26Balt\00187) Corporate Power in Baltimore City, SUN magazine article re: 2/17/1991 187//

Ecpclio26Balt\00188) map of propoosed legislative Districts for Baltimore City and County, 12/8/91 SUN 188//

Ecpclio26Balt\00189) articles on Evergreen House 189//

Ecpclio26Balt\00190) Brief History of Homewood Campus, JHU1991 190//

Ecpclio26Balt\00191) Gunpowder Watershed, photographs by ECP; article on Spring House, Harford Road in Glen Arm from SUN, 7/17/91 191//

Ecpclio26Balt\00192) Janet Saunders research on the Gunpowder watershed 192//

Ecpclio26Balt\00193) Peter Henderson paper on housing in Baltimore from 1930s to 1960s; agrees to talk to class on at JHU 193//

Ecpclio26Balt\00194) Beyond White Marble Steps? A Look at Baltimore Neighborhoods 1979 194//

Ecpclio26Balt\00195) Review by Jonathan Yardley of the Baltimore City Book Post 12/8/91 195//

Ecpclio26Balt\00196) Baltimore and Beyond SUN supplement, May 5, 1991 196//

Ecpclio26Balt\00197) Precincts and Wards, maps of Baltimore City, 1983-1991 197 //

Ecpclio26Balt\00198) Article on Luskin family, messy divorce, 12/15/91 198//

Ecpclio26Balt\00199) Frances Froelicher and housing in Baltimore; Strawberry Hill Pa project 199//


Ecpclio26Balt\00200) references to Egelhardt, Baltimore City, MD, 1885 200//

Ecpclio26Balt\00201) Brochure on Towson Town Center: suburban shopping center 201//

Ecpclio26Balt\00202) poster celebrating Olmsted plan for Baltimore (1891, 1926) 202//

Ecpclio26Balt\00203) The Schome Progress, major accomplishments of the Kurt L Schmoke administration 1991 203//

Ecpclio26Balt\00204) President's Station article in SUN re: efforts to preserve 8/14/91 204//

Ecpclio26Balt\00205) Mame Warren oral history interview with Mrs Emily Johns, February 1991 copies of tapes 205//

Ecpclio26Balt\00206) Baltimore Fire, 1904, February 7-9; postcard of Batlimore Street, bridge at Jones Falls 206//

Ecpclio26Balt\00207) Postcard of interior of the Peabody Library, 1991 207//

Ecpclio26Balt\00208) "Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore" filmed in Pittsburgh with Walter Matthau; 1/19/92 208//

Ecpclio26Balt\00209) Baltimore City Population (composition, Census track information, etc for 1980 and 1990 Proj 4599 209//

Ecpclio26Balt\00210) Dr Benjamin Rush account of Baltimore, 1777 when there as a delegate to Congress 210//

Ecpclio26Balt\00211) ADC's Street Map of Baltimore City & County, Maryland 19th Edition, 1991 211//

Ecpclio26Balt\00212) Annual Report of the Boys' Home Society of Baltimore, 2-12, 1868-1879 N W Corner of Calvert and Pleasant Street (1992: RPC 118 Metro Center, Census Tract 401) 212//

Ecpclio26Balt\00213) Carroll family investments in Baltimore City, part of chapter by Ron Hoffman filed with 26-29 213//

Ecpclio26Balt\00214) George Presbury, August 1786 survey of Baltimore City on which he tried to plat the original tracts Original MdHS, copy courtesy of Garrett Power 214//

Ecpclio26Balt\00215) Real Estate sales, Baltimore City and Baltimore County from the SUN, 2/2/92, comparing 1990, 1991; 215//

Ecpclio26Balt\00216) Maps of Baltimore City showing topography 1853 216// 1853 watershed, sources for Water overlays from Mathews of counties from 1667-1660 and 1740-1773

Ecpclio26Balt\00217) Power, Garrett Land Planning through Land Tenure: Ninety-nine Years Leaseholds in Baltimore, MD 1700-1900 review draft 217//

Ecpclio26Balt\00218) Boys Home, Baltimore City Proj 4632 research on the location of the home; seen26-212; 26-150 site of present Mercy Hospital parking garage on Calvert Street charity, charities 218//

Ecpclio26Balt\00219) SUN graph of Port of Baltimore activity 1989-1991 from 2/5/92 219//

Ecpclio26Balt\00220) Maryland Population 1930-1970 by Election Districts, Cities and Towns, Maryland Department of State Planning, re: Baltimore City 220//

Ecpclio26Balt\00221) Goodman, Allen C and Ralph B Taylor The Baltimore Neighborhood Fact Book: 1970 & 1980 Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, JHU 1983 Also bibliog of Goodman 221//

Ecpclio26Balt\00222) Government Documents Library, JHU assistance with Baltimore Neighborhoods; notes on Institute for Policy Studies; help from Jean Biddinger; 410-516-7174 222//

Ecpclio26Balt\00223) Toward A Neighborhood-Based Data File: Baltimore, A Map of Baltimore Neighborhoods; 1979 223//

Ecpclio26Balt\00224) Baltimore America's Eight City ca 1929 Advertising promotion for the City in which neighborhoods are identified for marketing purposes; Genral Outdoor Advertising Company; 224//

Ecpclio26Balt\00225) Notes from Baltimore Young Men's Paper, 12/6/1834-10/14/1835; see 10_166039 225//

Ecpclio26Balt\00226) Baltimore Directory, Election precincts, Wards, Streets, Zone numbers & Congressional, Councilmanic & Legislative Districts, 1986 2/

Ecpclio26Balt\00227) Baltimore Regional Council of Governments, 601 N Howard Street; 21201, 1990 neighborhood, census tract map for Baltimore City Courtesy of Mary Logan 227//

Ecpclio26Balt\00228) 1960-1990 Census Tract Manuals, Baltimore City Health Department; index to tracts by street address Project 4620 Includes analysis of 1960-1970 tract boundary changes by Sheldon Baylin 228//

Ecpclio26Balt\00229) French troops in Baltimore, 1781, 1782, notes re: location of camp; overlays of Varle, Folie, Rochambeau encampment maps; copies of Power reconstruction: 26-163 229//

Ecpclio26Balt\00230) Iron Architecture of Baltimore 230//

Ecpclio26Balt\00231) Sample State pubs relating to: Homes in Baltimore City, 1894; Sunday observances, 1867; Pensioners 1873; removal of negroes from Charles Co, 1844; anti black petition, BC 1828; Social welfare; 231// immigration to Baltimore, 1867, 1884-1887, 1868-1871; charitable organizations in Baltimore, 1901-1929, microfilm project; Projects 4632; 4605 contains lists of blacks sent to Africa by the Colonization Society; 1830s Pensioners in BC as of 1870s; analysis of slave and Free Black Population fromn 1790-1840 in the counties and the city

Ecpclio26Balt\00232) Bruchey, Stuart Robert Oliver Overlays of charts dealing with Baltimore's trade, 1790s-1820; US re-export trade 232// 02-19-92 Olivertxt 10_166043 Scharf Chron: 472: Robert Oliver d 1834, 12/28 age 77 [Brugger: 145, estate was Greenmount, [later Greenmount Cemetary]; Olson, p 36, says he acquired it ca 1799; is on the Varle map of 1797-1800; 4-2320, Wilson on Cemetaries: "Cemetary was incorporated by act of Legislature in December 1837 Bought the Country Estate of Robert Oliver $65,000 for 68 acres; Oliver also owned a townhouse on Gay street south of Baltimore consumed in fire of 1904; Green Mount was built in 1800 where the gothic Chapel of 1856 now stands; Oliver buried near the gatehouse, but originally buried in Westminster; grave marked by simple marble shaft] 428: 7/4/1828 present at beg construct of B &) 3/1828 State of Md subscribed $1,000,000 for stock in B & O 444: 8/28/1830: Main Keystone of the Arches of the fine granite structure passing over the Frederick Turnpike road at Ellicott's Mills was adjusted into place by Robert Oliver President Philip E Thomas spoke: "The directors of the B&O RR Co, having deemed it advisable to dignify the several most important structures upon the road by the names of those citizens under whose influence and patronage this great work has been sustained, [first after Carroll, second after William Patterson, and third:] The noble edifice of which we have just witnessed the completion, I have been instructed to designate by the name of a fellow-citizen no less distingukshed for his liberality, public spirit, and generous support ofthe magnificent enterprise in which we have embarked This structure will accordingly hereafter be distinguished by the name of the Oliver Viaduct" 462: 12/27/1832 Robert Oliver vp of meeting in Balimore which disapproved of the nullification resolutions of South Carolina "as tending to distrub the harmony, good faith, and impairing, if not destroying, the general properity" Strongly supported Jackson's stand 463: on April 20, 1832? the first train of cars from Point of Rocks arrived in Baltimore laden with 3-400 barrels of flour 469: 1834 funeral procession for Lafayette, Oliver Pall Bearer [Brugger: 207, Robert Oliver supported John Stuart Skinner, American Farmer publisher, experiments in agricultural reform at his Maryland Tavern outside Baltimore; Isaac McKim helped too]

Ecpclio26Balt\00233) Baltimore as seen by Moreau de Saint-Mery in 1794 MdHM September 1940 233//

Ecpclio26Balt\00234) Baltimore as seen from Howard's Park painted by George Beck, 1796 MdHM 1940 vol 35; better copy in Jesse Poesch, The Art of the Old South, 1983, p 178 234//

Ecpclio26Balt\00235) Privateering from Baltimore during the Spanish Wars of Independence by Charles C Griffin, MdHM 35; 1940; deals with Captain John Chase, Fells Point? as privateer, owner of slaves See Olson 235//

Ecpclio26Balt\00236) Niles Register for 1813, 1815 dealing with Oliver Evans patent controversy; GAS article in the Bulldog re: patents granted by Maryland (3) for Irish scholar; see Olson, Bedini on Banneker; 236//

Ecpclio26Balt\00237) Niles Register, 1813 re: population, representation taxation and political character, 1812; 1813 for Maryland and Baltimore City 237//

Ecpclio26Balt\00238) Handbill for the development of Brooklyn, RPD 126, tracts 250401; 250402 2505 2506 1886? 238//

Ecpclio26Balt\00239) Map Delmarva Peninsula, ca 1781 from ECP article on Eastern Shore trade, economy; overlay (includes copy of 15-238; also copy of An Uncertain Tradition re: Maryland's Trade with France, 1778-83; 239//

Ecpclio26Balt\00240) Niles Register for 1815, Baltimore's rivalry with Boston; mention of Baltimore as 'Mobtown'; state of growth, population in 1815; derived from Olson's notes; overlyas 240//

Ecpclio26Balt\00241) Census Tract Maps for 1970, Baltimore City from JHU MSEL down to block level in most cases 241//

Ecpclio26Balt\00242) Census Tract Maps for 1980, Regional Planning Council, Baltimore RPD for 1980; Baltimore City 242//

Ecpclio26Balt\00243) 1776: 9th Convention proceedings re: Baltimore's representation; article re: elections listing James Calhoun; transcript of letter, 1788 to his new brother-in-law Thomas Harris re: elopement 243//

Ecpclio26Balt\00244) Captain John Smith, exploration of the upper bay from Scharf; overlays of Smith fighting Indians; detail from map of 1612 showing Bolus flu, upper bay 244//

Ecpclio26Balt\00245) How Baltimore came to be: 245// overlay of physical growth of the town from Pratt library, 1729-1918 notes from Scharf on move from Bush to Joppa to Baltimore Overlay of Augustine Herrman map showing upper Bay 1755 Lewis Evans map with table of distances in which Baltimore is not mentioned Scharf on the laying out of Baltimore Town Moale's 1752 drawing with overlays Eddis descriptions of Baltimore, Annapolis and Frederick in 1770s notes on comparison to Frederick; Paul Giidden's analysis of Baltimore in 1771

Ecpclio26Balt\00246) John Work Garrett and His Library at Evergreen House 1944 246//

Ecpclio26Balt\00247) Working Papers from the Regional Economic History Research Center v vol 4, nos 1 & 2 1981 Baltimore History: Resources and Opportunities for Research 247// articles by: Richard Cox, Baltimore City Archives John T Guertler, Baltimore Region Institutional Studies Center Larry E Sullivan, Maryland Historical Society Patricia M Vanorny, Maryland State Archives Joseph Arnold on Baltimore's Neighborhoods, 1800-1980 Edward K Muller on Spatial order before Indsutrialization: Baltimore's Central District, 1833-1860 Theodore Hershberg, 19th Century Baltimore: Historical and Geographical Perspectives: commentary

Ecpclio26Balt\00248) Maps and descriptions of Baltimore, ca 1800: from Scharf Chronicles, 288-291; Griffith, 1794 of Balt Co; Folie, 1792; Wards by 1800, frm Barnes; Beck 1802 view from Mr Olivet? (overlays) 248//

Ecpclio26Balt\00249) Portrait of Samuel Smith (1752-1839) from Frank Cassell, 4-85, overlay 249//

Ecpclio26Balt\00250) Kemp, Jane Housing conditions in Baltimore, 1907 report of special committee of the Association for the improvement of the condition of the poor and the Charity organization society 250//

Ecpclio26Balt\00251) overlays of maps from Walter Lord, The Dawn's Early Light, 1972 4-2274 1814, Battle of North Point; 251//

Ecpclio26Balt\00252) Jacques Kelly article on Martenet maps and current location of files; Evening SUN, ca 2/92 252//

Ecpclio26Balt\00253) Otterbein Sachse Lithograph Collection (1869 Litho of Baltimore; on deposit) MSA SC 3132 253//

Ecpclio26Balt\00254) Noah Webster in Baltimore, 1785; 254//

Ecpclio26Balt\00255) ECP reflections on what makes a city: 4/2/86; includes quote from Stephen Crane on slums; Gary Nash 255//

Ecpclio26Balt\00256) Baltimore Politics from ca 1776-1788; Samuel Chase; Non-Jurors such as Coxe; argument that debate over the constitution raised politics of the city to a new level; (4/9/86) 256//

Ecpclio26Balt\00257) ca 1800; Captain Thorndyke Chase and Fells Point; tracing property to the present; overlays; 257//

Ecpclio26Balt\00258) The Process of getting work done in the city in the 1790s; laying out of Market (note property owner s including Sam Smith, 1799; petition re: sidewalks on Baltimore; well on Howard (1798-99); RG 42 CA 258//

Ecpclio26Balt\00259) Notes on Frederick and Urban development in the 18th Century from David Hawke; influence of newspapers 259//

Ecpclio26Balt\00260) for article on Patents by Marylanders (Sharrer); Baltimore's First Steam Mill (McGrain) (discusses Evans; Englehart Cruse: 14-317; for Evans see Greville Bathe and Dorothy Bathe, Oiver Evans, 1935 260//

Ecpclio26Balt\00261) Housing in Baltimore, ca 1800-1830s as drawn from Garrett Power, 26-217; Howland & Spencer; Natalie Shivers, Those Old Placid Rows: rowhouses in balt, 1981; overlays 261//

Ecpclio26Balt\00262) W J Bennett view from Federal Hill, 1831 from McCauley 4-1429; overlay 262//

Ecpclio26Balt\00263) Robert Goodloe Harper Speech on the need to build a canal from the Patomac to Baltimore, 1824; map, overlay 263//

Ecpclio26Balt\00264) Grimsted, David, Article from the April AHR, 1972 on the Baltimore Bank Riot, riots in Jacksonian America 264//

Ecpclio26Balt\00265) Barron v Baltimore, 1832 master for xeroxing 265//

Ecpclio26Balt\00266) Hezekiah Niles (overlay) and footnotes relating to Slavery and the negro; notes from Luxon: 4-1563 266//

Ecpclio26Balt\00267) Overlays from Maryland Heritage and Maryland Historical Prints re: Washington Monu 1835; Poppleton map illustrations of buildings, 1822;; Battle Monument showing Free Black 267//

Ecpclio26Balt\00268) suffrage and qualifications for holding office, Baltimore City, 1802-1833; 268//

Ecpclio26Balt\00269) Views of Baltimore including Woodberry and Battle Monument, ca 1860-1870s from American Antiquarian Society, 10/15/91 269//

Ecpclio26Balt\00270) Research on William Gwynn Jones, editor of the Baltimore Gazette, 1834-1835, convicted of stealing from the mails in 1835; Scharf suggests may have been the arsonist at the Athenaeum, Court House 270//

Ecpclio26Balt\00271) Colored Female Benevolent Society of Baltimore, dissolved ca 1835; formed ca 1827?; owned house; dispute over division of property; equity case; overlays of insurance policy; 271//

Ecpclio26Balt\00272) Ridgeway, Whitman illustrations, notes from Community Leadership book; Party Tickets; election of 1828; 272//

Ecpclio26Balt\00273) Baltimore City Catholic Parishes strive to offset exodus 2/23/92 SUN; also article on JFK shot by secret service (friendly fire); 273//

Ecpclio26Balt\00274) Jeremiah Townley Chase, letter to brother-in-law, Baltimore merchant, David Harris; ambibalence of the countryside to the city (1788); James Calhoun and call for Baltimore Town to vote in 1776; 274//

Ecpclio26Balt\00275) 1992 Census Data for Baltimore City (ad); location of tract manuals for 1940-1960; note from Shashi 275//

Ecpclio26Balt\00276) Jacques Kelly on the delcine of Federal Hill and Fells Point nmeighborhood, EVENING SUN 2/19/92 276//

Ecpclio26Balt\00277) Edwin Baetjer, wine celler first block of West Madison Street; SUN 2/6/92 277//

Ecpclio26Balt\00278) Notes and materials relating to Mayor and Governor Thomas Swann, 1856-60; 1866-1869; 278//

Ecpclio26Balt\00279) Riggleman, John Randolph Variations in Building Activity in U S, Cities Baltimore, 1934 Film # 1693; cited by Sherry Olson 279//

Ecpclio26Balt\00280) MdHM Spring 1971; M Ray Della, Jr Problems of Negro Labor in the 1850s; Ellefson, Free Jupiter and the rest of the World; Bridner, The Fugitive Slaves of Maryland; 1864 recruitment of black soldiers 280//

Ecpclio26Balt\00281) Payne, Peter Lester and Lance Edwin Davis The Savings Bank of Baltimore, 1818-1866: A Historical & Analytical Study JHU Series LXXII, no 2, 1954 Notes and overlays 281// Also contains information relating to PSFS, Pennsylvania Savings Fund Society, 1816.

Ecpclio26Balt\00282) MdHM vol 68, no 1, Spring 1973; 282// Henig, Gerald S Henry Winter Davis and the Speakership Contest of 1859-60 Della, M Ray, Jr An Analysis of Baltimore's Population in the 1850's Snyder, Charles McCool, Anna Ella Carroll, Political Strategist and Gadfly of President Fillmore Sullivan, Daniel K William Lloyd Garrison in Baltimore, 1829-1830 Russell Menard: Farm Prices of Maryland Tobacco, 1659-1710 Antippas and Flake: Sidney Lanier Hower: Barbara Fritchie

Ecpclio26Balt\00283) notes from Gary Browne, 4-98 re: Baltimore in 1840-1860, immigrants, home construction (houses); wages; municipal government; knownothings; strike in the iron industry of 1853; South American trade 283//

Ecpclio26Balt\00284) Ward map of Baltimore for 1853 (Simmons) and Ward boundary descriptions from the City Directories 1844 and 1860; Barnes analysis of Wards, 1797-1918; 284//

Ecpclio26Balt\00285) Baltimore city directory for 1860 with copy of street index and front matter re renumbering of houses, etc 285//

Ecpclio26Balt\00286) Coyle, Wilbur The Mayors of Baltimore illustrated from portraits in the city hall reprinted from the Baltimore Municipal Journal, 1919 286//

Ecpclio26Balt\00287) An analysis of the Free Black population in Ward 1 and in Baltimore City Wards generally between 1850 and 1880 from census records and a critique of Della, 26-280 287//

Ecpclio26Balt\00288) ads from the 1850 and 1860 city directories for Monumental Iron Works, A & W Denmead; overlays; 288//

Ecpclio26Balt\00289) Baltimore City Census for 1860: Bill and Martha Reamy index; efforts to locate on disk with help of Marlene Bates; to date only Wards 1-4 Family Line Publications, Ed Wright 289//

Ecpclio26Balt\00290) David Grimsted notes on riots and Fire Companies; Fireboy violence; cites NY Trib for 1850 290//

Ecpclio26Balt\00291) SUN article on Korean in Black neighborhood struggling to keep liquor store open as much as possible 3/3/92 291//

Ecpclio26Balt\00292) Epstein, Daniel Mark No Vacancies in Hell Poem on Yellow Fever in 1818 in Baltimore, published in 1971; courtesy of Penny Power 292/ /

Ecpclio26Balt\00293) Notice for John W McGrain book on manufacturing villages in Baltimore County From Pig Iron to Cotton Duck 293//

Ecpclio26Balt\00294) Smith, Edward D Climbing Jacob's Ladder The Rise of Black Churches in Eastern American Cities, 1740-1877 294//

Ecpclio26Balt\00295) Prospectus for Shepherd Asylum, 1891 295//

Ecpclio26Balt\00296) Rutter, Frank R South American Trade of Baltimore 1897 296//

Ecpclio26Balt\00297) Baltimore City Police Docket, 1865-1866 Microfilm 297//

Ecpclio26Balt\00298) Niles Weekly Register, notes from Norval Neil Luxon; 298//

Ecpclio26Balt\00299) Catholics in Baltimore City Notes from Spalding, 4-735 299//


Ecpclio26Balt\00300) Building permits (new dwelling starts) 1905-1934 from the news magazine of the Roland Park Corp, 2/1935; including ad for typical house being built in 1935; cover shows glimps of 206 oakdale, snow 300//

Ecpclio26Balt\00301) Gillett, Sylvia from the Baltimore Book, Camden Yards and the Strike of 1877 1991 301//

Ecpclio26Balt\00302) Poppleton map of Baltimore as corrected by Simmons to 1852; Simmons map of the city, 1853; and Gray map of 1876 302//

Ecpclio26Balt\00303) Baltimore City and County census of Veterans, 1890, MSA 26A; microfilm 303//

Ecpclio26Balt\00304) Berlin, Ira Slaves without Masters 4-391 Notes from, overlays re: Baltimore Free blacks 304//

Ecpclio26Balt\00305) City Directories: colored householders, 1847-48; colored Persons, 1860; other years as time permits to scan Baltimore City Directories (Wood's; Matchett) 305//

Ecpclio26Balt\00306) Slaves, black recruitment in Baltimore, 1863 from Berlin, Freedom, The Black Military Experience, pp 198-203; 306//

Ecpclio26Balt\00307) Fortie, Jacob collection re: MSA SC 1383 with People's Union Association certificate, 1852 for Margaret Bacon In 1860 there is a Henrietta Bacon at 75 Dover; (frm Hanover to Fremont s of Pratt; 307//

Ecpclio26Balt\00308) Chancery case involving the "Baltimore Association for the Education of Colored Children", 5/1839 Thomas Watkins, Jon Fortie, Benjamin Fleetwood; 1843 court of appeals dismisses petition; 308//

Ecpclio26Balt\00309) Incorporations, 1846 law prohibiting free blacks from incorporating; 309//

Ecpclio26Balt\00310) Colton map of Baltimore City, 1855, showing Wards; transparency 310//

Ecpclio26Balt\00311) Sandtown-Winchester, 1982; 1980 RPD 117; article on President Carter and James Rouse rehabing there; 311//

Ecpclio26Balt\00312) East Baltimore, Midway, 1982 1980 RPD 111, Waverly 312//

Ecpclio26Balt\00313) GAy Street I, 1982; 1980: RPD 119, East Baltimore 313//

Ecpclio26Balt\00314) Harlem Park, 1983 1980: RPD 117, West Baltimore 314//

Ecpclio26Balt\00315) Johnston Square, 1982 1980: RPD, East Baltimore 315//

Ecpclio26Balt\00316) Jonestown, 1983 1980: RPD 119, East Baltimore 316//

Ecpclio26Balt\00317) Mid-Town Belevedere, 1982 1980: RPD 118, Metrocenter 317 //

Ecpclio26Balt\00318) Montgomery Street, 1983; 1980: RPD 118, Metrocenter (also includes parts of blocks in South Baltimore, 1990: RPD 124) 318//

Ecpclio26Balt\00319) Mount Vernon, 1983; 1980: RPD 118, Metrocenter 319//

Ecpclio26Balt\00320) Oliver, 1982 1980: RPD 119, East Baltimore 320//

Ecpclio26Balt\00321) Orchard-Biddle, 1982 1980: RPD 118, Metrocenter 321//

Ecpclio26Balt\00322) Reservoir Hill, 1982 1980: RPD 117, West Baltimore 322//

Ecpclio26Balt\00323) Sharp Leadenhall, 1983 1990: RPD 118 & 124, Metrocenter and South Baltimore 323//

Ecpclio26Balt\00324) Poppleton, 1982 1980: RPD 117, West Baltimore 324//

Ecpclio26Balt\00325) Park Heights, 1983? partial 1980: RPD 118? 325//

Ecpclio26Balt\00326) Upton, 1983 1980: RPD 117, West Baltimore 3/

Ecpclio26Balt\00327) Janes, Stephen, & Paul C Callan Alley Houses, 1987, 1988 327//

Ecpclio26Balt\00328) Department of Housing and Community Development, Semi-Annual Statistical Bulletins, 1988- Public Housing, report of Housing Authority, Baltimore City 328//

Ecpclio26Balt\00329) Baltimore City Residential & Nonresidential Property sales, 1990-1991 329//

Ecpclio26Balt\00330) Rent surveys, Baltimore City and Suburban areas, 1989- Deaprtment of Housing and Community Development 330//

Ecpclio26Balt\00331) Historic Districts in Baltimore, CHAP, with maps as of 1990? most recent designation seems to be 1988 331//

Ecpclio26Balt\00332) Baltimore City Government, 1988-1989, Partners in Progress brochure of Schmoke administration 332//

Ecpclio26Balt\00333) Rosen, Christine Meisner The limits of power: great fires and the process of city growth in America, 1986, Cambridge University Press re: Baltimore fire of 1904 333//

Ecpclio26Balt\00334) Baltimore City Neighborhoods, 1979, Department of Planning 334//

Ecpclio26Balt\00335) Census Tracts for Baltimore City, 1990, from BC dept of Planning 335//

Ecpclio26Balt\00336) Index to street addresses, Baltimore City, 1992 giving zipcode, precinct/ward, councilmanic, congressional, and legislative districts run January 17, 1992 oversize 336//

Ecpclio26Balt\00337) 1876? Hopkins Atlas of the City, parts of Wards 16, 17, 18, site of new Stadium (ward 16) oversize 337//

Ecpclio26Balt\00338) Contacts at Baltimore CityDept Housing and Community Development,, 417 E Fayette St: Jay McCullough, mapping, 396-4215; Sarah B Buikema, chief research, 396-4250; see Proj 4693-4737 338//

Ecpclio26Balt\00339) for JHU projects using ATLAS GIS (Keith Kaneda, 516-7174; or evalu MAPINFO (Jim Gillespie) 26-222 see 4693-4736; also Wes Westerfield at BRPC, see notes in 26-227 339//

Ecpclio26Balt\00340) Griffith, William Ridgely The Early History of Amateur Baseball in the State of Maryland, 1858-1871 1897 courtesy of Jim Bready, from New York State Library, filmed January 1992 340//

Ecpclio26Balt\00341) City School System decentralized into regions by Amprey, SUN 3/92; includes map, listing of schools; 341//

Ecpclio26Balt\00342) Article on Mrs Emily Johns in the SUN, 3/20/92; photo of house; also interviews re: Cross Street; Govans; Leeds Street, north of Frederick Avenue; 342//

Ecpclio26Balt\00343) SUN, 3/28/92 Baltimore lost 29,000 jobs last year; Employment dips to lowest level in more than decade Mentions Robert B Hill, Institute for Urban Studies at Morgan State University; 343//

Ecpclio26Balt\00344) JHU Government Document Library, Jim Gillespie, RLIN GIS project with Mapinfo or Atlas GIS; Keith Kaneda; notes of conversation with Wes Westerfield, BRPC; Morgan State Inst of Urban Res, 319-3004 344// Dr Robert Hill Dr Elva Tilghman of the Institute for Urban Research, Morgan Sarah B Buikema, Chief Research and Analysis Section, Baltimore Department of Housing and Community Development, 301-396-4250

Ecpclio26Balt\00345) Phebe Jacobsen's research on charters for Black churches in Baltimore City, 1834-1847; notes on proposal, 1845, to remove all free blacks to Africa (Md General Assembly) 345//

Ecpclio26Balt\00346) Review of The Baseball Business: Pursuing Pennants and Profits in Baltimore, by James Edward Miller Md Historian, 21, 2, fall/winter 1990 346//

Ecpclio26Balt\00347) Visitors' Guide and Tourism Map for Baltimore County, ca 1990 347//

Ecpclio26Balt\00348) Will, George F on Cherry Hill, RPD 125 in SUN 3/29/92 re: efforts to help kids keep on track; spending quality time; public housing built after WWII for white steelworkers; now poor and black; 348//

Ecpclio26Balt\00349) Spanish mission where DP works; 10 S Wolfe Street, Census tract 202; RPD 120 "Spanis Apostolate 349//

Ecpclio26Balt\00350) Gunpowder watershed: effects of Pig Farm, 1/13/1992, across from Stae Park 350//

Ecpclio26Balt\00351) Realestate trends in Baltimore City region (Harford, Baltimore, Howard, Anne Arundel, Carroll) from SUN; 1991-1992 351//

Ecpclio26Balt\00352) Bill in Virginia to purloin Poe as State Poet SUN 1/30/92 352//

Ecpclio26Balt\00353) Walking Tours of Baltimore City by Priscilla Miles, Roland Park, from Messenger, 1/1/92 353//

Ecpclio26Balt\00354) President Street Station and riot of April 19, 1861 Report from Pennsylvania papers discovered SUN 3/18/92; nomination of bldg as historic site 354//

Ecpclio26Balt\00355) Vandelizing of Jewish Cemetary in Baltimore County (Halthorpe, Washington Blvd; 2/5/92 355//

Ecpclio26Balt\00356) Pratt Library, article in SUN "The Tarnishing of a Civic Treasure," 1/5/92 356//

Ecpclio26Balt\00357) Saving Fells Point and Federal Hill, stopping 1960s efforts to pave over inner harbor; 2/92 SUN 357//

Ecpclio26Balt\00358) Efforts to prove that John Wilkes Booth is not buried in Greenmount Cemetary but in fact live out his life dying in Enid Oklahoma in 1903; body thereafter being displayed in carnivals 3/15/92 SUN 358//

Ecpclio26Balt\00359) The Baltimore Book, 1916, James Preston Mayor, copy of original owned by Harriett Telljohann 359//

Ecpclio26Balt\00360) The Baltimore Book A Resume of the Commercial, Industrial and Financial Resources, Municipal Activities and General Development of the City of Baltimore Natioanl Democractic Convention, 1912 360//

Ecpclio26Balt\00361) Olmsted Brothers Report upon the Development of Public Grounds for Greater Baltimore 1904 361//

Ecpclio26Balt\00362) US Department of Labor, Bureau of Children, Infant Mortality, study of Baltimore, 1915 notes from Olson, p 286 by Anna Rochester See file for scanned copy and overlays 362//

Ecpclio26Balt\00363) MdHM Vol 71, no 3 1976 Issue devoted to Baltimore 363 // Jacob, Kathryn Allamong The Woman's Lot in Baltimore Town, 1729-97 Walker, Paul Kent Business and Commerce in Baltimore on the Eve of Independence Formwalt, Lee W A Conversation Between Two Rivers: A Debate on the Location of the U S Capital in Maryland Sharrer, G Terry Flour Milling in the Growth of Baltimore, 1750-1830 Ridgway, Whitman H Community Leadership: Baltimore During the First and Second Party Systems Chico, Beverly Berghaus Two American Firsts, Sarah Peale, Portrait Painter, and John Neal, Critic Gardner, Bettye Ante-bellum Black Education n Baltimore Franch, Michael S The Congregational Community in the Changing City, 1840-1870 Thomas, Bettye Public Education and Black Protest in Baltimore, 1865-1900 Garonzik, Joseph The Racial and Ethnic Make-up of Baltimore Neighborhoods, 1850-1870 Muller, Edward K and Paul A Groves The Changing Location the Clothing Industry: A Link to the Social Geography of Baltimore in the Nineteenth Century Crooks, James B Politics and Reform: The Dimensions of Baltimore Progressivism Lamoreaux, with Gerson G Eisenberg Baltimore views the Great Depression Arnold, Joseph The Last of the Good Old Days: Politics in Baltimore, 1920-1950 Cox: bibliography of Maryland History, 1975

Ecpclio26Balt\00364) Control of the Baltimore City Police, 1860-1866 reprints of contemporary investigatory documents; 1971 364//

Ecpclio26Balt\00365) Article on Baltimore Industrial Museum, archives; SUN 4/13/92 365//

Ecpclio26Balt\00366) Baltimore Fire, 1904, Vol VII March 1904 Book of the Royal Blue, Special number, B&) Railroad photographs of fire, map of B&O; history of fire; overlays; ref to Rochester NY; Toronto fires; 366//

Ecpclio26Balt\00367) 1 Baltimore American book on The Monumental City, 1895 with photos of the John E Hurst Co where 1904 fire broke out; A P Gorman residence, photo, Laurel; residencews of John J Mahon; et al 367//

Ecpclio26Balt\00368) Miller, Mark Mount Washington Baltimore Suburb 1980 controversy over Enoch Pratt branch; annexation in 1918; 368//

Ecpclio26Balt\00369) Baltimore City trash: article on Willard Hackerman and the need? for a new incinerator; City Paper 4/17-4/23 369//

Ecpclio26Balt\00370) New Stadium March 29, 1992 SUN supplement on stadium with overlays for class use 370//

Ecpclio26Balt\00371) Map of Baltimore published by the Charity Organization Society showing the District Boundaries, before 1888; districts probably coincide with Police Districts 371//

Ecpclio26Balt\00372) Baltimore Magazine for April 1992 with articles on New Stadium and value of houses in the city, AA, Carroll, HO, BA, HA between 1988-1991; some MO and PG 372//

Ecpclio26Balt\00373) Baltimore County Court and Baltimore City Superior Court (Chancery Ppapers0 refernces to Blacks from Phebe Jacobsen 373//

Ecpclio26Balt\00374) glass company review of fires in 1904 in Baltimore, Toronto, Rochester New York as promotion for their Wire Glass as a fire protection media Rare books room, JHU 374//

Ecpclio26Balt\00375) Graham, Leroy Baltimore the Nineteenth Century Black Capital 1982 375//

Ecpclio26Balt\00376) American Friends Service Committee Middle Atlantic Region Baltimore Civil Disorders April 1968 376//

Ecpclio26Balt\00377) William Deverux Zantzinger Subject of Bob Dylan song re: death of Hattie Carroll; Emerson Hotel 1963; Recording of Songand "Times They Are Changing" 377//

Ecpclio26Balt\00378) Sidney Hollander foundation, Baltimore Toward Equality A Chronicle of Progess since World War II toward the achievement of equal rights and opportunities for Negoresin Maryland 1960 378//

Ecpclio26Balt\00379) SUN articles on Wage earners losing gound in 1991, 4/23/92 table of family income in BC and area counties 379//

Ecpclio26Balt\00380) FY 1992 budget for the City of Baltimore, overlays 380//

Ecpclio26Balt\00381) First blacks elected to the Maryland Legislature (1950): Harry Cole; Truly Hatchett; Emory Cole; District Boundaries (13th, 14th, 15th pt, 17th wards); overlays of boundaries; black pop 1930-70; 381//

Ecpclio26Balt\00382) Channing, Alice Child Labor on Maryland Truck Farms 1923 US Dept of Labor, Children's Bureau; scanned copy 382//

Ecpclio26Balt\00383) The beating of Rodney King; Jury verdict; riots in Los Angeles; articles from the SUN 4/30-5/5/1992 New York Times on King and the death of the oceans (environmental problems) 383//

Ecpclio26Balt\00384) Notes on City and State Finances, 1907-1939 Text in 10_154057; per capita costs from 1919-1990 includes draft document packet on Balancing budgets and Reforming State Government, 1915-1921 384//

Ecpclio26Balt\00385) State Planning 1991 Congressional and legislative district profiles derived from the 1990 census population and housing characteristics; selected social characteristics, 1990; general overview 385//

Ecpclio26Balt\00386) 1847 view of Baltimore harbor by Edwin Whitefield 386//

Ecpclio26Balt\00387) Baltimore in Cities of the United States, First Edition, 1988, Gale Research, inc 387//

Ecpclio26Balt\00388) Florida newspaper article, 11/30/1990 on Hooters restraurant demeaning women in Baltimore 388//

Ecpclio26Balt\00389) Dail Record, 4/27/92 on preservation efforts in Baltimore City 389//

Ecpclio26Balt\00390) Jefferson Davis memorial volume, services in Baltimore, 1890; illustration of Mayor Davidson; illustration of City Hall, 1876 with article on Big Sam and 4th of July celebration from M Warren 390//

Ecpclio26Balt\00391) Canning industry in Baltimore City ca 1877, see also Keuchel article in 14-432 391//

Ecpclio26Balt\00392) News American editorial, 09/1865 on the future prospects for the development of Baltimore City; Economic prosperty related to packing industry, trade with South 392//

Ecpclio26Balt\00393) Clara Kleibacker, red dress, ca 1861, Maryland Historical Society; civil-war era photos of city during civil war From Federal Hill; (overlays) see also 14-350 393//

Ecpclio26Balt\00394) Maps of Limestone, 1909, Baltimore County, and Forest Areas by Commerical Types, 1915 for Baltimore County and City; 1877 map of Baltimore County 394//

Ecpclio26Balt\00395) Maps of the Gunpowder Watershed, Evening Sun, Accent Section, February 21, 1977 395//

Ecpclio26Balt\00396) Greater Baltimore 1918 S S Filed, City Solicitor, concerning the campaign to annex land from Baltimore County and Anne Arundel County to Baltimore City, 1918 396//

Ecpclio26Balt\00397) SUN Almanac for 1887-1893 397//

Ecpclio26Balt\00398) William H Murray letter re: Battle of Bull Run written from Fairfax courthouse, 7/61; Blucher of the day quote from Scharf 398//

Ecpclio26Balt\00399) Notes for a lecture on Baltimore in the 1830s-1850s with good xeroxes of Scharf on mobs; deToqueville interview with Latrobe, Charles Carroll, 1831 399//


Ecpclio26Balt\00400) Cooping by Whigs in Fourth Ward; Poe found at Cooth & Sergeant's Tavern; see city directory for 1847=8; illus from 1837-37 directory of Carrolton Viaduct; Exchange; Washington Monument; other site 400//

Ecpclio26Balt\00401) Overlay of Barron and Craig wharves, Fells Point, from Barron v Baltimore, ca 1832 401//

Ecpclio26Balt\00402) Fields, Barbara overlay of Blacks in Baltimore population, 1790-1860; Preston and Douglass, Narrative, on how Frederick Douglass learned to read and write, overlays; 402//

Ecpclio26Balt\00403) Cartoon of FDR with WPA, PWA, AAA as children, 1938, from The Natio0nal Experience, 1989, p 638 4-751; from Library of Congress; 403 //

Ecpclio26Balt\00404) Overlays of Mencken, Ritchie, Howard Jackson, Argersinger on New Deal in Baltimore 404//

Ecpclio26Balt\00405) Sanborn, Bromley Atlases for Baltimore City, 1880s?; M 4126 405//

Ecpclio26Balt\00406) Cuffe, Paul negro/Indian merchant from Boston d 1817; refused a meal in Baltimore, ca 1812; friend of Elisha Tyson; visited black school run by methodists?; see: 4-1006, Filler, p 16 and 406// Henry N Sherwood, "Paul Cuffe," JNH, VIII (1923), 153-232 Filler: "Paul Cuffe of Massachusetts was a seaman and a Quaker, having been accepted by a meeting in 1808 He pioneered colniazation plans to Sierra Leone in Africa, and himself paid the passage of thirty-eight Negroes to that land, spending freely out of what was not, after all, a great fortune" Here Filler is refering to wealthy, distinguished Free Negroes in early national period Benjamin Banneker, Richard Allen of Philadelphia, AME, James Forten of Philadelphia;

Ecpclio26Balt\00407) MdHM vol 76, no 1, March 1981: William L Marbury, The Hiss - Chambers Libel Suit; Confederate Solider (James Anderson, MO); David Jordon on Thomas Lawrence; McLeod, ES Pre-Rev letters, Morley ed 407//

Ecpclio26Balt\00408) Sewerage Maps, 1896-1897, Baltimore Sewerage Project Commission; Mendes Cohen, F H Hambleton, EI Bartlett (3 maps) 408//

Ecpclio26Balt\00409) Bennett, Robert Ground Water in the Baltimore Area, Maryland 1946 409//

Ecpclio26Balt\00410) Mittenthal, Suzanne Meyer The Baltimore Trail Book Third Printing New Section on Gunpowder 1970 410//

Ecpclio26Balt\00411) Martin, Edward Winslow The History of the Great Riots 1877 Baltimore RR strike and Riot Contemp account 411//

Ecpclio26Balt\00412) Alger Hiss Case, documents re: reproduced in HUAC hearings volume See oversize 412//

Ecpclio26Balt\00413) Railroad Strike and Riot of 1877: SUN articles re:, photostats in oversize 413//

Ecpclio26Balt\00414) Federal Hill Sand tunnels, SUN 7/22/92 414//

Ecpclio26Balt\00415) Document Packet for Baltimore History Course (Project 4620); Political and Human Geography of Baltimore City, an overview sample database for Voss family papers; 14-0415; 415//

Ecpclio26Balt\00416) SUN, NY Times on Alger Hiss and Russian Archives 416//

Ecpclio26Balt\00417) Frederick Douglass, origins of his surname Speculations 417// What's in a Name? From 1836-1838 Frederick Douglass was back in Baltimore Dickson Preston says that he formed a debating club (East Baltimore Mental Improvement Society) which met at various houses (p 142) including James Mingo's little rented shack in Happy Alley [1837 City Directory: James Mingo, Labourer, Happy al n of Wilk st; William Chester (Samuel?: Happy Alley s of Alice Anna Street); Joseph Lewis, barber, Wilk st 1 door from Happy Ally] Preson also suggests Douglass joined the Sharp Street AME, which was much farther from his home but more acceptable on racial matters [ie not opposed to abolition], p 150 Minister at Sharp street was Reverend John Fortie who published letter in Niles Register which called attention to facts that among free blacks there were many good and conscientious citizens who supported ten churches, 35-40 benevolent societies, and numerous weekday and Sabbath schools; were homeowners and supported cities financial institutions He disavowed action tending to molest or destroy peace and harmony of the community, but did not mention abolitionists See Scharf, Maryland, 3: 322-24; Quarles, Douglass argues that he was a class leader at Sharpe Street church [1837 directory: Fortie, John, teacher, East n of Douglass St school house cor of East and Douglass streets] Preston: 1864 Douglass returns to Baltimore where he reminisces, recalling the great black preachers he heard at Bethel: includes "William Douglass", p161 Preston: September 18, 1838, arrives at New Bedford, Massachusetts Soon after, chages name to Frederick Douglass p 200; MSA records have him born Frederick Augustus son of Harriett, Feby 1818 See illus in Preston, p 32 from my Bondage, My Freedom (1855): p 209: "When I arrived at New Bedford, my name was Johnson; and finding that the Johnson Family in New Bedford were already quite numerous -- sufficiently so to produce some confusion in attempts to distinguish one from another--there was the more reason for making another change in my name In fact, "Johnson" had been assumed by nearly every slave who had arrive in New Bedord from Maryland, and this, much to the annoyance of the original "Johnsons" (of whom there were many) in that place Mine host, unwilling to have another of his own name added to the community in this unauthorized way, after I spen a night an a day at his house, gave me my present name He had been reading the "Lady of the Lake," and was pleased to regard me as a suitable person to wear this, one of Scotland's many famous names" Considering the noble hospitality and manly characer of Nathan Johnson, I have felt that he, better than I, illustrated the virtues of the great Scottish chief Sure I am, that had any slave-catcher entered his domicile, with a veiw to molest any one of his household, he would have shown himself like him of the "stalwart hand" [note: Douglass is named after the wonglfully exiled Lord James of Douglas, a Scottish chieftain reverence for his bravery and "native virtue great," in Sir Walter Scott's narrative poem The Lady of the Lake (1810) (p 209 of 4-794) Suggestion: Douglass needed a legitimate reason for taking the surname, but his choice, I believe, was more meaningful than the public explanation that he gave in My bondage The scottish spelling of 'Douglas' was not with the double 's' Frederick Bayly, now Douglass wanted to thank his Balitmore friends, yet protect them I suspect he admired John Fortie (who may have helped him) and deliberately chose to either modify his hosts suggestion or derived a rationalization from his host after coming up with Douglass, which was a place of importance for him in Balitmore We could speculate that he taught there or was taught at Fortie's school This all relates to my theory about defense mechanisms in subcultures designed to conceal and protect the subculture from the prying eyes of a hostile, dominant culture

Ecpclio26Balt\00418) Urban flight: migration out of Baltimore to surrounding areas (article in SUN derived from 1990 census 418//

Ecpclio26Balt\00419) Power, Garrett The Parceling out of Land in the Vicinity of Baltimore: 1632-1796 Proj5181 419//

Ecpclio26Balt\00420) 1860-1938 Preston, James Henry Biographical materials re: 420//

Ecpclio26Balt\00421) Gwynn, William Editor of the Baltimore Federal Gazette, 1796-1820; filed with 26-270 421//

Ecpclio26Balt\00422) efforts to locate Lemmon and Hollyday Streets and tracing titles to property on via block books 422//

Ecpclio26Balt\00423) Task force on the future of the Loch Raven Watershed, 6/1992; Gunpowder river; 423//

Ecpclio26Balt\00424) Miscellaneous Papers relating to the care of the Poor in 1810 & 1811in BC; inventory of all papers for those years courtesy of Rebecca Gunby 424//

Ecpclio26Balt\00425) Paper by Peter M Bogaty on crime on the docks in BC in the 1920s based upon Police Dockets, 2/93 425//

Ecpclio26Balt\00426) Baltimore neighborhoods from the 1990 census; profile of racial mix, income, by James Bock, SUN 5/24/93 4/

Ecpclio26Balt\00427) City Paper on condition of the Pratt Library, vol 17 no 35, August 27-September 2, 1993 427//

Ecpclio26Balt\00428) Baltimore Messenger, June 30, 1993 on Larry Gibson, Kingmaker 428//

Ecpclio26Balt\00429) Whitman, T Stephen Industrial Slavery at the Margin: The Maryland Chemical Works Journal of Southern History, LIX, no 1, February 1993 429//

Ecpclio26Balt\00430) appraisal of Robert Goodloe Harpers property in Baltimore City, 1813 430//

Ecpclio26Balt\00431) Annexations of 1816; 1888; 1918; William C Vincent, Department of Public Works, 1/5/1981 work on McCubbin's 1786 map, mapping Baltimore City see correspondence 431//

Ecpclio26Balt\00432) Baltimore Messenger, March 31, 1993; Remembering the Riort of 1968 432//

Ecpclio26Balt\00433) Garret Power comparative study of Birmingham and Baltimore; ground rents; Thomas Harrison; Charles Wallace 433//

Ecpclio26Balt\00434) Medical records of Edward E Tell for the Baltimore Infirmary, march 1853-1854 434//

Ecpclio26Balt\00435) Whitman, Torrey Stephen Slavery manumission and Free Black Workers in Early National Baltimore, disseration defense, March 24, 1993; paper in April on Hezekiah Niles "Mitigation of Slavery" 4/93 435//

Ecpclio26Balt\00436) Hampden-Woodberry and other parts of Baltimore NOtes on History Robert F Hayes Jr 1938-39 436//

Ecpclio26Balt\00437) James A Chaney, free black of Baltimore City, 10/30/1861, petition re: two indentured sons, Isaac and James; 1857, brought before orphans court as two destitute orphans (way to indenture fr blacks?) 437//

Ecpclio26Balt\00438) 1887 case re: disbarment proceedings against atty Rosenthal, Baltimore City; from Philip Sherman 438//

Ecpclio26Balt\00439) Maryland Historical Magazine, Summer 1993; Winter of 1992; 87, no 4; 88, no 2 Garrett Power, Parceling out Land in the Vicinity of Baltimore,1632-1696 439//

Ecpclio26Balt\00440) Baltimore City tract level census data, 1990; dbase format; from Bob Dadd or John Garber, State Planning 440//

Ecpclio26Balt\00441) 1850 & 1860 Census on CD and disk for Baltimore City Genesys 441//

Ecpclio26Balt\00442) BC Directory Database, 1871; dbase; colored section 442//

Ecpclio26Balt\00443) Journal of the National Republican Convention, 1831 443//

Ecpclio26Balt\00444) Baltimore American, Illustrated Edition, 1896 The State of Maryland 444//

Ecpclio26Balt\00445) 1890 census for Baltimore Veterans, and all of Maryland PROJ 5558 445//

Ecpclio26Balt\00446) video of a lcoe-up look at Baltimore and what it has to offer for new comers 446//

Ecpclio26Balt\00447) Emma Goldman and a document packet re: Baltimore, Mencken, PROJ 5404 447//

Ecpclio26Balt\00448) Drugs and Emergency Room visits, Baltimore, 3rd quarter 1992; slaying of German Tourist in Miami, 9/9/93 (SUN) 448//

Ecpclio26Balt\00449) Letting Parks go wild, article in SUN about Druid Hill Park, 8/23/93 449//

Ecpclio26Balt\00450) Bump, Charles Weathers Down the Historic Susquehanna Baltimore: Sun Printing Office, 1899 450//

Ecpclio26Balt\00451) Scriven, George B The Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal MdHM 71, no 4, Winter 1976, 522-526 With 451//

Ecpclio26Balt\00452) Susquehanna Canal Company, Report 1802; Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal Companies, Annual Report, 1852 & 1853 452//

Ecpclio26Balt\00453) Benjamin Latrobe, Susquehanna River Map, overlays, etc from his Journal, Latrobe Papers 453//

Ecpclio26Balt\00454) Map of Eastern Shore from 4-2596, overlay to show source of grain; 454//

Ecpclio26Balt\00455) Map of Baltimore,1879 from 4-2296, Appleton's Guide; overlays 455//

Ecpclio26Balt\00456) Mencken's America, 1964; Opening Mencken Boxes, 1/29/91 at Pratt; courtesy of J Bond Mr John M Bond, 105 Woodlawn Road, Balitmore, MD 21210 456// The Mencken Society J Bond, Treasurer PO Box 16218 Baltimore, MD 21210 Dear Jack: Thank you for dropping by the video of Mencken's America (1964) and Opening the Mencken Boxes (1991) I have not yet had a chance to view them, but hope to do so this weekend I will see to it that it is used exclusively for educational purposes and not reproduced I very much enjoyed having the opportunity to speak to the society Please tell Charles that I am polishing off my footnotes (an unexpected trip out of town kept me from it this weekend) and that I should be back to him with a manuscript early next week All the best, SY ECP

Ecpclio26Balt\00457) Rape, Robbery in Guilford; map of neighborhood; also obit of Mrs JMP Wright; 9/20/93 SUN 457//

Ecpclio26Balt\00458) Baltimore city from 1990s State map, overlays, showing current boundaries; beltway 458//

Ecpclio26Balt\00459) Population of Baltimore City, 1790-1990; ecp table 459//

Ecpclio26Balt\00460) Baltimore Electrical Commission report, 1896; table of contents 460//

Ecpclio26Balt\00461) To the Merchants of Baltimore pamphlet by A Baltimorean reflecting on the first Annual Report of the Southern Pacific Railroad issued 'last November' nd ; ca 1885? 461//

Ecpclio26Balt\00462) Court cases re: John McDonogh will; public education; 1852; Alexander Grailhe; 462//

Ecpclio26Balt\00463) A series of letters and other documents relating to the Late Epidemic or Yellow Fever Baltimore: William Warner, 1820 463//

Ecpclio26Balt\00464) Andrew Nelson work on the 1880 Census for Baltimore City, Enumeration districts, map 464//

Ecpclio26Balt\00465) Andrew Nolan research on address changes in Baltimore City, ca 1886/1887 and work with directories 465//

Ecpclio26Balt\00466) Baltimore city, ca 1872; color copy, MSA SC 3937-1-2; proposed extension of city limits; routes of horse drawn buses?; also 1-1, 1875 Sachse showing passenger rail routes to parks, public buildings 466//

Ecpclio26Balt\00467) 1930 Census; comparative population data for Baltimore, Los Angeles,Chicago, San Francisco; good overview of Maryland Population; 467//

Ecpclio26Balt\00468) 1920 Census summary, map of geographic expansion of the US 26 / 468//

Ecpclio26Balt\00469) 1920 Census, Volume I: population analysis; Urban v Rural; 469//

Ecpclio26Balt\00470) search through 1810 directory for BC for Ward, Meredith, Mitchell, members of the Washington Society (for Eric) 470//

Ecpclio26Balt\00471) Coalition to preserve Blackmarsh (Ft Howard) 10/93 471//

Ecpclio26Balt\00472) Article on the Senator Theater 472//

Ecpclio26Balt\00473) special collection books relating to Housing, mental ill, commerce in Baltimore; MSA SC 3232 473//

Ecpclio26Balt\00474) newsletter the Olmstedian, vol 4, 2, 1993; Friends of Maryland's Olmsted parks & Landscapes inc 474//

Ecpclio26Balt\00475) Baltimore Monument Bottle, gift of Baltimore Bottle Club to ECP, replica of bottle made ca 1890 475//

Ecpclio26Balt\00476) Hoffmann, Stefan-Ludwig "Sweet Land of Secrecy": Freemasonry & Middle-class men in turn-of-the- Century Baltimore 1993 seminar paper 476//

Ecpclio26Balt\00477) Garonzik, Joseph Urbanization and the Black Population of Baltimore, Stonybrook diss 1974 477//

Ecpclio26Balt\00478) 1880 Baltimore City Directory, streets, index, appendix 478//

Ecpclio26Balt\00479) Body Snatching in Baltimore City, 1882 legislation re:; grave robbing; Baltimore Medical College; 1882-1883 chronology from SUN Almanac; election returns for City, 1881; bios of John Handy, Henry 479// Duvall; for Judge Wilner; interesting article by Carroll Dulaney in 1940 about passing of a body snatcher; map of part of Second Legislative District, ca 1890

Ecpclio26Balt\00480) Rebecca Gunby index to Baltimore City Streets, Proj 5656 480//

Ecpclio26Balt\00481) Slides of Baltimore taken 10/23/1993 from the top of the Washington Monument; JHU campus; Eric 481//

Ecpclio26Balt\00482) Mary Ridgely, the $1000 bill, and education of Free Blacks in Baltimore; see also 26-308 & 14-535; 1838-? 482//

Ecpclio26Balt\00483) SUN on Sandtown restoration, Baltimore City11/23/93 483//

Ecpclio26Balt\00484) Gunpowder watershed, overlays used in 10_192023 484//

Ecpclio26Balt\00485) Article in 10/30 NY Times re: Congressman Benjamin Cardin and NAFTA 485//

Ecpclio26Balt\00486) Sewers, sewerage, Back River Disposal plant, National Geographic Article by Calvin W Hendrick, Chief Engineer, 4/1909; Report of Sewerage Commission, 1906; [African population, 1909]; 486//

Ecpclio26Balt\00487) Description of Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant, 2/1/1991 with notes of Mercer Neale from Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man, re: Frederick Douglass's name 487//

Ecpclio26Balt\00488) notes from Mark Reutter, Sparrows Point, 4-1561, re: Sewage water to Sparrows Point Steel Back River Sewage disposal plant; Abel Wolman, head of Sanitary Engineering, JHU; 488//

Ecpclio26Balt\00489) 1993 Murders in Baltimore compared to other cities 489//

Ecpclio26Balt\00490) National register nominations for the Lillie Carroll Jackson House, 1320 Eutaw Place; David Stewart residence, Dammann mansion, 811 West Lanvale 490//

Ecpclio26Balt\00491) Gilbert, Geoffrey Baltimore and Patuxent trade, 1768-1772; ship owning in Baltimore, 1789-93 491//

Ecpclio26Balt\00492) Rob Marconi, ranger Gundpowder Falls State Park, re: Days Cove 492//

Ecpclio26Balt\00493) stamps of historic Baltimore sites 493//

Ecpclio26Balt\00494) Dr McCarthy guidelines for research project on the Modern City, U Baltimore 494//

Ecpclio26Balt\00495) New Yorker for November 16, 1992 Tony Hiss "My Father's Honor" re: Russian General and Alger Hiss 495//

Ecpclio26Balt\00496) SUN Magazine, November 22, 1992 on Tunnels, Baltimore Underground (Water supply) Loch Raven tunnel; 496//

Ecpclio26Balt\00497) Grand Jury Docket, T494, BC Criminal Court re: 1877 strike and Riot, listing of assaults 497//

Ecpclio26Balt\00498) State Pubs on race relations, desegregation, Baltimore City Schools; Human Relations Commission 498//

Ecpclio26Balt\00499) Neighborhoods of Baltimore as defined by City Department of Housing and Community Development 499//


Ecpclio26Balt\00500) tribute to Frances Morton Froelicher, May 29 1992 500//

Ecpclio26Balt\00501) Garrett Collection of Japanese Art 501//

Ecpclio26Balt\00502) Homeland by Barbara M Stevens 502//

Ecpclio26Balt\00503) November 1, 1992 Baltimore Sun on Crime and Violence in Baltimore; 1868 graphic of Md train robbery; graph of murder rate since 1812 503//

Ecpclio26Balt\00504) paper by Arch McFadden on strike and riot of 1877 (see PROJ 1797) 504//

Ecpclio26Balt\00505) Smithsonian Magazine, August 1989; on Walters Art Gallery 505//

Ecpclio26Balt\00506) graph of Baltimore County's budget, 1992 506//

Ecpclio26Balt\00507) Neighborhood statistics, boundary of Northern Police District from the Messenger 507//

Ecpclio26Balt\00508) SUN November 18, 1992, School Performance, Baltimore City 508//

Ecpclio26Balt\00509) Growing up in Roland Park in the 1920s by Jane Swope, Messenger, May 13, 1992 509//

Ecpclio26Balt\00510) University of Baltimore print collection (Maryland subjects), SUN, May 17 1992 510//

Ecpclio26Balt\00511) contamination at Allied Chemical Site, Fells Point 511//

Ecpclio26Balt\00512) obit of Raymond Smith, Street a-rab,May 22, 1992 512//

Ecpclio26Balt\00513) graph of median home prices in Baltimore and other major US cities, May 1992 513//

Ecpclio26Balt\00514) 25th Anniversary of Columbia Maryland; Violent Crimes in Maryland, June 14, 1992 SUN 514//

Ecpclio26Balt\00515) grpahic of Bromo Seltzer tower with bottle on top; 515//

Ecpclio26Balt\00516) Gunpowder watershed; county owes city $11; 516//

Ecpclio26Balt\00517) Notes on laughing Last by Tony Hiss; Alger Hiss video; Martin Tytell and typewriters; 517//

Ecpclio26Balt\00518) Owens, Mary C Memories of the Professional and Social Life of John E Owens, by his wife Baltimore: John Murphy & Co, 1892 xerox copy 518//

Ecpclio26Balt\00519) 1896 Bromley Atlas of Baltimore City prints and TIF Files 26 / 519//

Ecpclio26Balt\00520) annual Report of the Health Department of Baltimore City, 1885 520//

Ecpclio26Balt\00521) Study of Public Health and Hospital Services, Baltimore, MD 1931, preliminary draft; Huntington Williams copy 1931 521//

Ecpclio26Balt\00522) Port of Baltimore Handbook, ca 1970s 522//

Ecpclio26Balt\00523) Bramucci Newspaper Guide, Baltimore City, draft 523//

Ecpclio26Balt\00524) Orchard Street Church; Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church; Maryland Historical Trust File; history of the Church by Leroy Graham, July 7, 1977 524//

Ecpclio26Balt\00525) maps of Baltimore City, 1870: includes MSA SC 3937, Otterbein collection of trolley maps, 1872; 1875 Gray's map, ca 1870 with 1871 BC directory, Ward boundary discriptions 525//

Ecpclio26Balt\00526) Research on all known versions of the 15th Amendment posters by Elaine Rice Contains notes on requirements of LC, Peale, MdHS; 5 /

Ecpclio26Balt\00527) Venable, Baetjer & Howard, slides of H Schroeder, Masquerade Ball of Harmony Circle, New Assembly Rooms, March 1st 1866 Lithograph 26 / 527//

Ecpclio26Balt\00528) The Fifteenth Amendment Lithograph by James C Beard NY 1870 Cluster 5, PROJ 5381 Slides, details 528//

Ecpclio26Balt\00529) The REsult of the Fifteenth Amendment Metcalf & Clark, Baltimore 1870 Enoch Pratt, MdHS, Peale slides of Peale; PROJ 5381, cluster 6 529//

Ecpclio26Balt\00530) The Fifteenth Amendment and Its Results E Sachse & Co, Baltimore 1870 Venable, Baetjer & Howard; PROJ 5381, Cluster 7 530//

Ecpclio26Balt\00531) The Result of the Fifteenth Amendment Lithograph by Metcalf & Clark, Baltimore 1870 Peale Museum PROJ 5381, Cluster 8 531//

Ecpclio26Balt\00532) May 19, 1870, Fifteenth Amendment Celebration parade, Baltimore overview, working files; project disk for document packet (PROJ5381); image file inventory; 532//

Ecpclio26Balt\00533) secondary accounts of the 15th Amendment parade, May 19, 1870; Quarles, Foner; images of the the Gilmore House from McCauley, Maryland Historical Prints, p 100; overlay 533//

Ecpclio26Balt\00534) Frederick Douglass papers, correspondence with Peter Hinks, Asst Editor; Eric's help; files re: Douglass's speech in Baltimore on May 19, 1870; Philadelphia celebration; search for NEW ERA account 534//

Ecpclio26Balt\00535) Newspaper accounts of the the May 19th Parade, research in the Baltimore American and the SUN, ecp 12/31/92; SUN, cluster 3, PROJ 5381; AMERICAN, cluster 4; 535//

Ecpclio26Balt\00536) Population of Baltimore City in 1870, with emphasis on wards along the May 19 Parade Route Ward map as of 1870; 536//

Ecpclio26Balt\00537) Isaac Myers; Bettye C Thomas, JNH, LIX, January 1974, on Chesapeake Marine Railway and Dry Dock Company, located on Philpot Street near the entrance of Jones Falls; Black operated; see: 10_211 537//

Ecpclio26Balt\00538) Baltimore Architecture Foundation, Walter Schamu 538//

Ecpclio26Balt\00539) PROJ 6530, conversion of Sherry Olson (26-37) to text and image files for classroom use; Baltimore, 1980 539//

Ecpclio26Balt\00540) Painter who paints from satellite maps: Baltimore #3, 1990 (Spelman Evans Downer) 540//

Ecpclio26Balt\00541) Maryland Historical Trust nominations for the National Register for Baltimore City, 5/31/94 541// St Elizabeth of Hungary, East Baltimore St & Lakewood Ave Shaarei Tfiloh Synagogue, 2001 Liberty Heights Avenue, near Auchentoroly Terrace (plat) Old Goucher area hsitoric district (south Charles Village) Cast Iron Architecture of Baltimore, Maryland 1850-1904 322 West Baltimore Street 409 West Baltimore Street 419 West Baltimore Street 423 West Baltimore Street 412 West Baltimore Street 1025-31 West Mulberry Street 307-309 West Baltimore Street 407 West Baltimore Street 233-35 North Gay Street 26-30 South Howard Street 121 North Howard Street 353 North Gay Street 202-06 West Pratt Street 318 West Redwood Street 414 West Baltimore Street 22-24 South Howard Street 118-120 North Paca Street 509-11 West Lombard Street cites: Dilts, James D and Catharine F Black, editors Baltimore's Cast Iron Buildings and Architectural Ironwork 1991 Kurtze, Peter E, "Commercial Architecture in Baltimore, 1796-1947," 1992

Ecpclio26Balt\00542) Corbett, Christopher Even Death Cannot Restrain Reincarnation-prone H L Mencken SUN 5/1/94 review of Fred Hobson, Mencken: A Life 542//

Ecpclio26Balt\00543) Perlman, Bennard B Eakins and Rowland SUN 4/8/94 543//

Ecpclio26Balt\00544) Leiner, Frederick C The Baltimore Merchant's Warships: Maryland and Patapsco in the Quasi-War wit France MdHM 88, no 3, Fall 1993 544// shipyards in 1790s: William Price, Fell's Point: MARYLAND 114 foot sloop, 3 June 1799 Louis de Rochbrune, Fell's Point, Chesapeake, renamed Patapsco, Jue 20, 1799, Constellation two years before

Ecpclio26Balt\00545) Hunter, Stephen Urban Renewal Story about screenwriter Barry Michael Cooper 3/13/94 545//

Ecpclio26Balt\00546) McGuire, Patrick That Winning Season article on Baltimore Orioles, 1894, first pennant SUN Magazine, 4/3/94 546//

Ecpclio26Balt\00547) The Josephites, A Century of Evangelization in the African American Community, 1893-1993 Oblate sisters, Baltimore 547//

Ecpclio26Balt\00548) Surgeon's Secret Before he found glory at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dr William Stewart Halsted fought a drug addiction that nearly ruined his Brilliant Career SUN Magazine, 1/30/94; cocaine 548// by Scott Shane Includes references to Grand Jury reports in 1903 & 1906 re: Drug trade Check Welch? Call Shane?

Ecpclio26Balt\00549) Koessler, Till Beyuond Class? Civic Idnetity and Baltimore's Volunteer Firemen in the antebellum Er a, 1832-1858 4/6/94 seminar paper 26 / 549//

Ecpclio26Balt\00550) Gleason, T J Tracing the Ownership of Property in Baltimore City: A Beginner's Guide 1970 copy of Kitty Black's 550//

Ecpclio26Balt\00551) Wood, Gordon Review of books on American Captialism (Kulikoff, Friedenberg, Clark, Winifred Barr Rothenberg, Henretta) "Inventing American Capitalism", NYRB, June 9 551// uses an 1830s illustration that may be of Baltimore and does not seem to be an Elm under which Penn signed the treaty with the Indians called Pablo Conrad, 2121-757-8070 re: origins of the print and to ask if it is mis-captioned Article is mostly about the validity of Winifred Barr Rothenberg's thesis re: the critical years, 1780s when American Capitalism begins in earnest in the countryside George Lehaman Engraving, 1830s Conrad says the print is from 2 centuries of Prints, Wintertur Museum, U Press of Va, 1987, says its is from a portfolio of the City of Philadelphia and taken from an early view by John James Barrolete? See 1811 view of Baltimore from McCauley, p 7, 4-1429; that is taken from six views of American cities in 1811, Baltimore, Boston, Charleston, New York, Philadelphia, and Richmond

Ecpclio26Balt\00552) Notes on Religion in Baltimore, overlays from Terry D Bilhartz, Urban Religion and the Second Great Awakening Church ane Society in Early National Baltimore 1986 552//

Ecpclio26Balt\00553) Jacob Gruber and Baltimore (at Sharp Street? Methodist Church, 1814): Bilhhartz, p 153 Roger Brooke Taney defends him, 1818; Taney on Slavery 553//

Ecpclio26Balt\00554) James Preston and the Municipal Anthem of Baltimore, 1915; SUN 6/21/94 554//

Ecpclio26Balt\00555) Dilts, James D & Catharine F Black, eds Baltimore's Cast-Iron Buildings & Architectural Ironwork 555//

Ecpclio26Balt\00556) views of Baltimore, Boston, Charleston, New York, Philadelphia, and Richmond ca 1811 by J L Boqueta de Woiseri; New York Historical Society 556// ordered b&w & slides of the views from NYPL, 1-212-930-0817; Mary Glover, very helpful also asked her about the George Lehman print in NYRB, June 9 (see 26-551)

Ecpclio26Balt\00557) Allied Chemical, Isaac Tyson, Isaac McKim, Alum and Chrome Manufacture in Baltimore, 1820s-1840s 557//

Ecpclio26Balt\00558) Frederick Douglass memories of Austin Woolfolk (May 19, 1870); city directory entries, overlays; Slave Pen on Pratt, 1863; Woolfolk's address is in West Baltimore at intersect of Fremont & Pratt 558// 1859 (1860 directory): B M & W L Campbell, Slave Dealers, 282 w Pratt Wilson & Hindes, (Slave Dealers,) 11 Camden

Ecpclio26Balt\00559) View of Baltimore Harbor from Federal Hill, 1861-1865; See Warren, 4-2267 for full view 559//

Ecpclio26Balt\00560) notes and overlays of maps from James Weston Livingood, The Philadelphia-Baltimore Trade Rivalry, 1780-1860 1947 560//

Ecpclio26Balt\00561) Overlay from cover of Libby, from Slavery to Salvation 1994 See 4-2861 561// <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 40 Transitional//EN"> <HTML> <HEAD> <META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> <META NAME="GENERATOR" CONTENT="Mozilla/45b1 [en] (Win95; I) [Netscape]"> <TITLE>00562</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> | NOTES (ecp\Ecpclio26Balt\00562)  June 30, 1997  Database: 26Balt De Toqueville on Baltimore, 1831; interviews with Latrobe, Cranche, Charles Carroll, James Carroll and James Carroll; from Pierson 562//

Ecpclio26Balt\00563) Charles Dickens on Baltimore, 1842 563//

Ecpclio26Balt\00564) Mrs Frances Trollope on Baltimore, 1832 overlay of image of Methodist preacher 564//

Ecpclio26Balt\00565) Overlays form the 1870s trolley map of Baltimore 565//

Ecpclio26Balt\00566) obituary of Mrs Ogden Nash, ne Frances Rider Leonard, granddaughter of Elihu Jackson Governor 1888-1892, Democrat SUN 6/17/94 566 //

Ecpclio26Balt\00567) Panhandling in Baltimore, SUN 6/17/94; Woman to whom I gave change the night I got David's tickets to Montreal; 567//

Ecpclio26Balt\00568) Uekoetter, Frank "A Monstrous Nuisance": Smoke in Baltimore, 1900-1932 4/6/94 568//

Ecpclio26Balt\00569) Political Culture, Medical Culture: How Emancipation shaped gilded-age Tuberculosis Katherine Ott Papers, 13 April 1994 569//

Ecpclio26Balt\00570) Handout on the Political and Human Geography of Baltimore City, 1729-1992; boundary maps, overlays; census districts, tracts; housing units by centus tract, 1990 570//

Ecpclio26Balt\00571) overlay of poem published in the April 19, 1861 Republican (Democratic Newspaper) re: Massachusetts troops in Baltimore; Soldier writing home (Evergreen collection); trans of Wm H Murray letter 571// 1st battle of Bull Run, 7/61; former member of the Baltimore City Guard used to put down domestic violence in the city? also map showing secession, 1860-1861

Ecpclio26Balt\00572) J T Headley, The Great Rebellion (4-2497), 1863; on April 19 in Baltimore; overlay of engraving of Massachussetts 6th embattled in Baltimore; 572//

Ecpclio26Balt\00573) SUN, 6/25/94 article on Supreme Court Case, 5/4 re issue of city taking land for bike path; 5th Amendment rights; 573//

Ecpclio26Balt\00574) Baltimore: the Typical Town SUN, June 29, 1994 From American Demographics, market reserarch 574//

Ecpclio26Balt\00575) Memory Still Smolders, July 4, 1944 fire at Oriole Park, 300 block 29th Street SUN, 7/4/94; Jacques Kelly 575//

Ecpclio26Balt\00576) Barry Levinson, Avalon; "Monder dayAvalons" from Wasington jewish Week, July 14, 1994 Park Heights; 576//

Ecpclio26Balt\00577) Charter reform; growth in Representation; population and wealth, to 1918 (est) 577//

Ecpclio26Balt\00578) Tom Duke, student of Chip Adomanis, for multicutlural credit; JHU MAT program; analysis of documents in the Murray Case ({PROJ1844); disk also contains remarks in St Mary's; Md Day 1994 578//

Ecpclio26Balt\00579) Glazier, Captain Willard Peculiarities of American Cities [including Baltimore] 1885 579//

Ecpclio26Balt\00580) SUN 9/1/94 on Back River sewage treatment plant 580//

Ecpclio26Balt\00581) The Baltimore Railroad Strike & Riot of 1877 PROJ 1797 document packet overview, background material 581//

Ecpclio26Balt\00582) William R Johnson, "Chanting Choristers": Simultaneous Recitation in Baltimore's Nineteenth-Century Primary Schools; History of Education Quarterly Vol 34, no 1, Spring 1994; Joseph Lancaster 582//

Ecpclio26Balt\00583) Laurel Cemetary from David Taft-Terry; burial ground for Baltimore USCT; 583//


Ecpclio26Balt\00584) PROJ 1844; Document Packet relating to Donald Gaines Murray; creation of a CD with Common Ground; reference copy of David Skillen Bogen, MdHM, Spring 1989; The first Integration of the University of 584// Maryland Law School; also includes document packet on Thurgood Marshall for commisson on the Statue

Ecpclio26Balt\00585) Savings Bank of Baltimore and Metropolitan Bank of Bethesda; records, history; student file of Dr Robert Thon, Jr, President in 1968; Phd graduate of Johns Hopkins; mutual savings banks thesis 585//

Ecpclio26Balt\00586) A Complete Street Guide to Baltimore with alrge Street Map; All streets; Geographia Map Co distributed by the Baltimore News Company; 586//

Ecpclio26Balt\00587) Fleiter, Andreas Project on Prisoner Aid Societies in Maryland; Goldsborough Griffith; Proj 7408 587//

Ecpclio26Balt\00588) First Colored Female Hedding Association of Baltimore from Savings Bank of Baltimore accounts, from 1835 Elizabeth and Ann Fortie 588 //

Ecpclio26Balt\00589) Savings Bank of Baltimore, history, etc Proj 6442 589//

Ecpclio26Balt\00590) Houses in Stony Run Park; Cedar Grove, Randall home; originally Ridgely; MHT nomination for the Register; 590//

Ecpclio26Balt\00591) Notes from the Peabody copy of Dacus, Hon J A Phd, Late of the Editorial Staff of the St Louis Republican Annals of the Great Strikes in the United States 1877 B & O strike; 591// attempts to establish a communist conspiracy by looking at commune rallies eg Workingman's Party

Ecpclio26Balt\00592) The Firemen's Record, 1911 (re: Baltimore Fire of 1904) by J Albert Cassedy, Firemen's Relief Association of the Baltimore City Fire Department good photos; xeroxes ok 592//

Ecpclio26Balt\00593) Gazette of JHU on Dorothy Reed, graduate of the Medical School (there in 1896) Mary Packard first graduate Article about several women who graduated from the Hospital: "Pioneers of Excellence 593//

Ecpclio26Balt\00594) 1896 Orioles, SUN 1996/07/09 594//

Ecpclio26Balt\00595) Mayor's message re: budget, 1996/1997 (Schmoke) 595//

Ecpclio26Balt\00596) Timothy B Wheeler, SUN 8/6/96, on toxic waste in Baltimore Harbor; excellent map of harbor "Reversing history of toxic pollution" 596//

Ecpclio26Balt\00597) Rubin, Gary The Politics of Sanitary Engineering: Abel Wolman and the Maryland State Health Departm ent, 1915-1939; 1996 seminar paper, JHU 597//

Ecpclio26Balt\00598) Office holding in Baltimore City and County; petition 1751 for townhall and markethouse, signatures, 598//

Ecpclio26Balt\00599) Jacques Kelly on train tunnels under Howard Street; SUN 7/8/96 599//


Ecpclio26Balt\00600) Program for conference on 250 years of Baltimore History; 11/96 Making Diversity Work 600//

Ecpclio26Balt\00601) Josh Civin: The cost of Joining: The Maryland Abolition Society, its Successors, and the Meaning of Voluntary Association, 1789-1819 [in Baltimore] History Senior Essay, Yale; David Brion Davis advis 601//

Ecpclio26Balt\00602) jhu seminar paper, Stevewn Whitman: Diverse Good Causes: Manumission and the Tranformation of Slavery in Baltimore 10/30/93 602//

Ecpclio26Balt\00603) 1870 ratification of 15th amendment parade route taken by summer 95 interns; proj 5381; Agnes Callum 603//

Ecpclio26Balt\00604) Baltimore Population down, 691,131 SUN 3/8/96; also article on Scopes and Tennesee 604//

Ecpclio26Balt\00605) Richmond Williams appraisal of the Savings Bank of Baltimore records; guide to Delaware historical collections; 12/11/95 605//

Ecpclio26Balt\00606) view of Newton University on Taylor map of Baltimore County, 1857; 606//

Ecpclio26Balt\00607) image of Congress in Baltimore in 1776 from Sue Greene 607 //

Ecpclio26Balt\00608) Dalkit Baranoff, A Policy of Cooperation: Risk Reduction and the Fire Insurance Industry in Baltimor 1882-1904, JHU seminar, 4/1996 608//

Ecpclio26Balt\00609) Lafayette Court demolition controversy, SUN 11/14/95; restoring corner houses, developer Jeff Lymas a believer in the city 609//

Ecpclio26Balt\00610) Lippman on Rusk assessment of moving poor out of city, critique of SUN 11/16/95 610//

Ecpclio26Balt\00611) housing Baltimore City and other poor in Baltimore County (Rusk idea) article in SUN 10/30/95 611//

Ecpclio26Balt\00612) photographs of house in alienation of affection suit, early 20th century near Mt Calvary Church negatives; 1/1990 612//

Ecpclio26Balt\00613) articles on John Wilkes Booth grave in Greenmount Cemetary, efforts exhume him SUN 1995 613//

Ecpclio26Balt\00614) tif of Newton University 614//

Ecpclio26Balt\00615) Randy Burkett re: Dorothy Parker Wesley; 1827 Baltimore imprint of African American hymn book an African American, Lewis George Wells; 615//

Ecpclio26Balt\00616) SUN article on outflow of whites from City rivaling that of 70s, 9/7/96; by James Bock 616//

Ecpclio26Balt\00617) Jacques Kelly on Isaac Tyson, Jr Chromium pioneer SUN 9/7/96 617//

Ecpclio26Balt\00618) SUN article on 1886 Book by Frederic Harrison; by Ernest F Imhoff; Thoughts for a darkened century; 618//

Ecpclio26Balt\00619) The Stranger's Guide through the City of Baltimore published by Fielding Lucas, Jr ca 1827? map and accompanying text re: sights; 66 sites identified including Davidge Hall of U of MD 619// asked to date and explore provenance re: U of Md quote that hall is part of larger plan

Ecpclio26Balt\00620) Report on Street Railway Routing and Improvement of Traffic Conditions in the City of Baltimore to the Traffic Survey Commission of Baltimore; Kelker, De Leuw & Company, 1926 620//

Ecpclio26Balt\00621) McCready vs Byrd proj 1844, Murray packet Case involving first black woman admited to U of Md school of nursing 1949/1950 Court of Appeals of Maryland oral history; 621//

Ecpclio26Balt\00622) Railroad map showing connections between Washington and New York, Published in NY in 1837 Original owned by Laurence? Claggett on loan to the archives for copying detail of Baltimore/Annapolis tif 622/ /

Ecpclio26Balt\00623) Jane McWilliams research on James Cordery, Fells Point shipbuilder, lunatic by 1820; complete inventory of his trade; published in Thomas G Gillmer, Pride of Baltimore Clippers 1992 623//

Ecpclio26Balt\00624) maps of downtown Baltimore and surrounding region from phonebook Used in class to place Varle map of ca 1799 624//

Ecpclio26Balt\00625) Baltimore City Directories, file number for those on film and those borrowed from JHU library; film includes: 1871; 1887; 1891 625//

Ecpclio26Balt\00626) Isaac Myers shipyard (Chesapeake Marine Rail Way & Dry Dock Co) ca 1868; Sachse print; on Philpot Street at the foot of Point Street in Fells Point Close to Cordery shipyard of 1820? 6/

Ecpclio26Balt\00627) Bromley Atlas (1896) and McNair collection of topo survey, 1890s of Baltimore City; proj 5374; images range from M00000Htif see list; also print of index in 26-519; also Proj 6106 Hopkins 627//

Ecpclio26Balt\00628) Making Diversity Work: 250 years of Baltimore History, conference November 15/16 1996 University of Baltimore Panel with former mayors? 628//

Ecpclio26Balt\00629) Nichol, A J Oyster Packing Industry of Baltimore 1937 629//

Ecpclio26Balt\00630) Supreme Court opinion in the case of Robert Mack Bell et al v State of Maryland June 22 1964 Justice Brennan delivered the opinion of the Court no 12 october term 1963 For Baltimore Burning 630//

Ecpclio26Balt\00631) Marc Steiner interview with Frank Shivers, 10/10/96 re: his work on Baltimore 631//

Ecpclio26Balt\00632) photographs of James H Lewis (1881-1960) Fells Point photographer; collection now at the City Life Museums (Peale) 632//

Ecpclio26Balt\00633) Baltimore ranked 12th most livable city by Fortune magazine, November 11 issue; SUN 10/22/96 633//

Ecpclio26Balt\00634) Development projects along Baltimore's inner harbor: SUN 10/27/96 634//

Ecpclio26Balt\00635) SUN on fading era of washing marble steps of Baltimore 10/27/96 635//

Ecpclio26Balt\00636) photograph of Sparrows point in 1993 with comment on decline in jobs; also articles on Robert Mack Bell's appointment to the Court of Appeals; 30,000 down to 5,000 people employed at Beth Steel 636//

Ecpclio26Balt\00637) Private tax zones in the city; further elimination of jobs at Sparrows Point, Bethlehem Steel 10/31/96 SUN 637//

Ecpclio26Balt\00638) Sun Almanacs for 1896, 1897, 1902-1904 Present from Edith and Emily Johns 1896 contains articles Electric railway to Hampden (1st?); Tunnel to Camden frm Bolton Hill, cost; parks of Baltimore; 638//

Ecpclio26Balt\00639) Sparrows Point Shipyard: Twilight SUN 1/19/97 map, photos 26 / 639//

Ecpclio26Balt\00640) Baltimore City Directories Collection, M 2330, 1881, MSA SC 2898 640//

Ecpclio26Balt\00641) SUN 1/1/97 on 1797 Baltimore by Dan Fesperman; graphics for class 641//

Ecpclio26Balt\00642) railroad map of Baltimore City, 1915 642//

Ecpclio26Balt\00643) photographs of Baltimore from 1890 to 1929 from MSA collections, calendar done by Marion Warren from MSA SC 1890; MSA 2167; MSA SC 1477 643//

Ecpclio26Balt\00644) Baltimore's Historic Sites brochure; slides of Charles Carroll Barrister and Margaret Tilghman; post card of Mt Clare; 644//

Ecpclio26Balt\00645) Arabber Preservation Society 645//

Ecpclio26Balt\00646) SUN re: Mary Ellen Hayward and preservation of Alley Houses 2/15/97 646//

Ecpclio26Balt\00647) Baltimore Architecture Foundation, newsletter, Winter 1996 647//

Ecpclio26Balt\00648) Trust for Public Land; Gwynn's Falls park in BC; Los Angeles, 96/11/20 648//

Ecpclio26Balt\00649) PROJ 4620; copies of maps and chartes in the packet: Political and Human Geography of Baltimore City 649//

Ecpclio26Balt\00650) images of the Port of Baltimore, 1918 650//

Ecpclio26Balt\00651) SUN on proposed sale of Glendy Cemetary, Est Baltimore ( Broadway and Gay) 96/11/21 651//

Ecpclio26Balt\00652) 1915/12/17 James Preston, Mayor, BC to Dr Frank J Goodnow, Chairman of Economy& Efficiency Commission 652//

Ecpclio26Balt\00653) Interview on Mark Steiner with David Rusk, author of Baltimore Unbound; tape and copy of book; 11/95 653//

Ecpclio26Balt\00654) Jim Lewis photographs of East Baltimore, ca 1911 SUN 97/01/15 654//

Ecpclio26Balt\00655) Christopher Phillips; Freedom's Port: The African American Community of Baltimore, 1790-1860 address and phone: 216-561-8775 655//

Ecpclio26Balt\00656) Elizabeth Schaaf's revisions to a guide to Baltimore repositories provided 1/96 656//

Ecpclio26Balt\00657) The Baltimore Book published for the Democratic National Convention, 1912 Jay Parker's copy 657//

Ecpclio26Balt\00658) Longstreth, Richard, comp A Bibliography of the Built Environment in Baltimore and Maryland From the Newsletter of the Society of Architectural Historians, 2/97 XLI #1; 658//

Ecpclio26Balt\00659) Nancy Bramucci's and ECP's research files on the History of the University of Maryland Medical School 659//

Ecpclio26Balt\00660) population of Baltimore City; SUN on populaton loss, 3/21/97; 1920 census table; project file for classroom use of tables, boundary maps of city 660//

Ecpclio26Balt\00661) Baltimore City Directory 1837-38 Matchett's 661//

Ecpclio26Balt\00662) Baltimore City Directory 1835-36 R J Matchett 662//

Ecpclio26Balt\00663) Solomon Etting silhouette 663//

Ecpclio26Balt\00664) lithotgraph of Mount Vernon Square, 1848, from Odyssey catalogue, unattributed, but probably from th e Maryland Historical Society, color 664//

Ecpclio26Balt\00665) Style Magazine, March/April 1997 with timeline of style in Baltimore over the past 200 years, article on Dennis Fiori; Hampton Mansion, Baltimore County; 665//

Ecpclio26Balt\00666) Baltimore Firsts, article on work of Helen Der, Polytechnic Institute, SUN 9/1/97 666//

Ecpclio26Balt\00667) Baltimore Railroad Strike and Riot of 1877, document packet</A> 667//

Ecpclio26Balt\00668) Senate Document 57th Congress, 2nd Session, Document #209; Federal Aid in Domestic Disturbances, 1787-1903 GPO 1903 668//

Ecpclio26Balt\00669) Pratt Library vertical file on strike and riot of July 1877, including article by Carlton Jones, Jul y 1977 SUN Magazine; Leslie's Weekly, Harper's weekly, eye witness account, 669//

Ecpclio26Balt\00670) Gray's map of Baltimore, 1876 and charity map showing police districts 670//

Ecpclio26Balt\00671) Barry Papers, Maryland Historical Society consisting of telegrams concerning the strike and riot of 1877, courtesy of Scott Sheads, Ft McHenry and Nancy Bramucci 671//

Ecpclio26Balt\00672) Thon, Robert W, Jr Mutual Savings Banks in Balimore, 1935 Xeroxed excerpts from 672//

Ecpclio26Balt\00673) Baltimore: Past, Present, and Future, Trends and Projections February, 1997, Charles C Graves III, director of Planning 673//

Ecpclio26Balt\00674) article in SUN, 5/18/97 on Matchett directories of the city 26 / 674//

Ecpclio26Balt\00675) discussions with Josh Civin re: thesis at Oxford on Liverpool and Baltimore, collective biographical study of key people; Walker-Howe study of the American Individual; Notions of self; secret society 675//

Ecpclio26Balt\00676) Hanger, G W W Housing of the Working People in the United States by Employers Bulletin of the Bureau of Labor Volume IX-1904 1904 pp 1191-1243 Pages on Sparrows Point scanned 676//

Ecpclio26Balt\00677) Hanger, G W W Public Baths in the United States Bulletin of the Bureau of Labor Volume IX- 190 4 1904 Department of Commerce and Labor pp 1272-1275 on Baltimore 677//

Ecpclio26Balt\00678) Baltimore Free Public Bath Commission Seventeenth-Eighteenth, 26th-35th annual reports Baltimor e, 1912-1930 JHU copy See scans 678//

Ecpclio26Balt\00679) Josh Civin Directory Project (conversion of directories to image files 679//

Ecpclio26Balt\00680) Forty-fourth and Forty-fifth Annual Reports of the Board of Park Commissioners, Baltimore Maryland 1903-1904 680// for accounting see: 15-885-3

Ecpclio26Balt\00681) obit for Arthur G Mansberger Sr, 103, from 1/12/99 SUN; salvaged receipts from City Archives 681//

Ecpclio26Balt\00682) Rasmussen, Mencken feted defeated politician (Alf Landon), December 19, 1936 SUN 10/24/98; also article on Harding as first president with negro blood;

Ecpclio26Balt\00683 Robert F Hayes, Jr Notes on History, Hampden-Woodberry, nos 1-4, ca 1940; Fred'k Brown on opening of McCulloh Street, 1893; 1935 Recreation and Parks, Report on Colored People; 683// also includes History of the Hagerstown Bank

Ecpclio26Balt\00684) images of African Americans ca 1860 from Smithsonian Magazine, November 1999, taken from Jackie Napoleam Wilson, Hidden Witness: African-American Images from the Dawn of Photography to the Civil 684// War article by Angela Pleasants Contains daguerreotype? of black woman in front of Baltimore backdrop who I think is Elizabeth Keckley, seamstress to Mrs Jefferson Davis and Mary Todd Lincoln also contains disk of images from EBAY relating to Annapolis, Maryland GAR (Grand Army of the Republic), and Aaron Burr Mr Wayne R Schaumburg 3910 Klausmier Road Baltimore, Maryland 21236 Dear Wayne: Many thanks for the reference to the Confederate soldier buried in the Gittings vault (American 2/16/1896) I was particularly interested in the reception committee of former Confederates, then in Baltimore: Colston, Booth, Stonebraker, Blundon, Savage, Wheeler, Boone, and Major W Steuart Symington We very much enjoyed the tour and hope to come back for another one of these days You mentioned that you knew of someone working on a biography of Betsy Patterson My neighbor is thinking about translating a French work on her and was interested in what recent biographical work was underway I couldn't remember the woman you told us about Could you refresh my memory?

Ecpclio26Balt\00685 Recreation Pier research; argument that there are urban wetlands under the pier, thus higher taxes. Opposed by Warren Rich, former assistant attorney general assigned to DNR.

Ecpclio26Balt\00686) The Baltimore Book, 1916 686//