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Your search in the category "Baltimore City" returned 2084 results in 105 pages.

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“Homewood House Marks Two Centuries.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 54 (November 2002): 18-19.

“Just Kids: Baltimore’s Youth in the Adult Criminal Justice System.” SSRN Working Paper Series, (October 9, 2014): 1-33.

“Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA).” Surface Design Journal, 36 (Winter 2012): 64-65.

“NAACP Baltimore Branch: 97 Years and Counting.” MdHS News, (Winter 2010): 26.

“Noteworthy.” Museum News, 80 (May/June 2001): 24-25. [Cone Collection]

“Restoring the Heart of Baltimore.” In Context, 10 (May 2002): [5].

“St. John’s and the Methodist Protestant Church: Another Baltimore First.” Third Century Methodism, 50 (July-August-September 2010): 1, 7.
Category: Religion | Baltimore City

“Teen Services at Baltimore’s Pratt Library: A Long History and Sustained Emphasis.” Public Library Quarterly, 28 (October/December 2009): 326-35.

“The Legendary Woodlawn Vase.” Maryland Life, 5 (May/June 2009): 74.

“The Men Who Saved Baltimore.” Baltimore, 107 (September 2014): 134, 136.

“UB Law School, Baltimore.” Space, 494 (January 2009): 40-42.

“Unearthing House’s True Age.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 54 (September 2002): 26.

“United Methodism 101.” Third Century Methodism, 50 (October-November-December 2010): 1.
Annotations / Notes: Otterbein
Category: Religion | Baltimore City

Morgan State University. Community Development Resource Center. The Native American Community in Baltimore City: A Special Report. Baltimore: The Center, 1998.

Rowhouse Exhibit label copy, Peale Museum.
Annotations / Notes: In 1981, Baltimore's municipal museum reopened after a major renovation, with this "permanent" exhibit, one of its finest, created, among others, by assistant museum director Barry Dressel and Mary Ellen Hayward, co-author, with Charles Belfoure, of The Baltimore Rowhouse. The label copy is all that remains of this superb local exhibit, which was later de-mounted. The museum itself, housed in the oldest museum building in the United States, closed permanently in 1997. Its collections are now housed at the Maryland Historical Society.

Doyle, Madeleine. Early Twentieth Century Baltimore Views by Newspaper Artist James Doyle, 1880-1952. Baltimore: the Author, 1990.

Miller, James Edward. The Baseball Business: Pursuing Pennants and Profits in Baltimore, 1953-1988. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.

Varga, Nicholas. Baltimore's Loyola, Loyola's Baltimore. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1989.

Abell, William S. Arunah Shepherdson Abell (1806-1888), Founder of the Sun of Baltimore. Chevy Chase, MD: Published by the author, 1989.

Abend, Allen C. Baltimore's Forgotten Women: Painters and Printmakers of the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries. Baltimore: Abend Fine Art, 2015.