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Your search in the category "Music and Theater" returned 470 results in 24 pages.

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Carney, Benjamin Franklin. "The Baltimore Theatre Project, 1971-1983: Toward a People's Theatre." Ph.D. diss., University of Missouri, 1985.

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Cavanaugh, Joanne P. "Uncertainty in the Archives." Johns Hopkins Magazine 49 (November 1997): 28-33.
Annotations / Notes: A well written discussion of the varied archival repositories of The Johns Hopkins University. Serves as a useful introduction to the nature of archives, including a discussion of the problems with electronic records.

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Chaddha, Anmol, William Julius Wilson, and Sudhir A. Venkatesh. “In Defense of the Wire.” Dissent, 55 (Summer 2008): 83-86.
Category: Music and Theater

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Chidsey, Martha Ann. "The West Street Theatre, Annapolis, Maryland: 1771-74." M.A. thesis, American University, 1977.

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Chowning, Larry S. "The Show Boat." Chesapeake Bay Magazine 17 (June 1987): 62-66.
Category: Music and Theater

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Christopher, Milbourne. “Magic in Early Baltimore.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 100 (Summer 2005): 273-78.
Category: Music and Theater

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Cissel, Anne W. "Public Houses of Entertainment and their Proprietors, 1750-1828." Montgomery County Story 30 (August 1987): 279-94.

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Clarke, Donald. Wishing on the Moon: The Life and Times of Billie Holiday. New York: Viking Penguin, 1994.

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Click, Patricia C. The Spirit of the Times: Amusements in Nineteenth-Century Baltimore, Norfolk, and Richmond. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1989.
Annotations / Notes: This author expertly interweaves a detailed description of work habits, living arrangements, economics, and class structure with the question of what people did for fun. Around 1800 a variety of public entertainments included music, drama, presentational dancing, feats of dexterity and other spectacular offerings -these were held at theatres, circuses, taverns, and pleasure gardens. As the century progressed amusements became increasingly specialized and stratified, serving people of differing economic means, political leanings, and ethnic/religious backgrounds.

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Click, Patricia Catherine. The Spirit of the Times: Amusements in Nineteenth Century Baltimore, Norfolk and Richmond. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1989.
Annotations / Notes: Click examines the evolution of popular amusements and attitudes toward them in Baltimore, Norfolk, and Richmond during the period 1810-1870. The volume considers museum exhibitions, theater, horse racing, clubs, and resorts. She argues that throughout the period there was a broadened acceptance of popular amusements, though the choice of particular entertainment forms often stood as a sign of social status. The study is based upon manuscript sources at the Maryland Historical Society and comparable archives in Virginia, and includes a set of illustrations from those collections.

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Cohen, Blanche Klasmer. "Benjamin Klasmer's Contribution to Baltimore's Musical History." Maryland Historical Magazine 72 (Summer 1977): 272-76.

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Cohen, Blanche Klasmer. "Benjamin Klasmer's Contribution to Baltimore's Musical History." Maryland Historical Magazine 72 (Summer 1977): 272-76.

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Cohen, Maxine. "The Front Street Theater Fire of 1895." Generations (Fall 1993): 9-16, 27.

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Commito, Angela. “Henry Dielman’s Music from the Mount.” Catoctin History, 6 (Fall/Winter 2005): 12-19.

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Cooper, Joyce. “Bells & Chimes of Frederick City, c. 1760-1960.” Journal of the Historical Society of Frederick County, Maryland, (Fall 2003): 26-37.

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Cox, Richard J. "A New Source for Robert Bensley, English Actor: A Research Note." Theatre Survey 18 (May 1977): 99-101.
Annotations / Notes: Bensley was a brother-in-law of James Cheston of Maryland; based upon documents from Cheston/Galloway Papers, MS. 1994, at the Society.

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Cox, Richard J. "A New Source for Robert Bensley, English Actor: A Research Note." Theatre Survey 18 (May 1977): 99-101.
Annotations / Notes: Bensley was a brother-in-law of James Cheston of Maryland; based upon documents from Cheston/Galloway Papers, MS. 1994, at the Maryland Historical Society.

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Crawford, Joan B. "A Heritage Preserved: The Creative Traditions of Western Maryland." Maryland 25 (Summer 1993): 38-44.

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Cross, E. May. "The Patent Medicine Show and Other Events at Rayville." History Trails 33 (Spring 1999): 9-12.