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Himes, Geoffrey. “House of Blues.” Baltimore, 100 (May 2007): 116-19.
Category: Music and Theater

Himes, Geoffrey. “Keeping Cab’s Jive Alive.” Baltimore, 101 (July 2008): 94-96.

Himes, Geoffrey. “Little Black Boxes.” Baltimore, 105 (February 2012): 98-101.
Category: Music and Theater

Himes, Geoffrey. “Reel Music.” Baltimore, 98 (March 2005): 76-83.
Category: Music and Theater

Himes, Geoffrey. “The Companies We Keep.” Baltimore, 104 (January 2011): 82-85.
Category: Music and Theater

Himes, Geoffrey. “To Ethan—From Lafayette, Carl, and Coltrane.” Baltimore, 103 (June 2010): 96-99.
Category: Music and Theater

Hodes, Michael C. "An Unscripted Life." Maryland 28 (November/December 1996): 26-29.
Category: Music and Theater

Hodes, Michael C. "From Towson to Broadway." Maryland 28 (March 1996): 18-23.

Hoffman, Hiram Alan. "Jewish Music Then and Now." Generations 5 (April 1985): 35-40.

Hoffman, Kiram Alan. "Jewish Music Then and Now." Generations, 5 (APril 1985): 35-40.

Hollifield, William. “The History of Motion Picture Exhibition in Towson.” History Trails of Baltimore County, 38/39 (Spring 2007): 1-16.

Hooper, Anne B. Braddock Heights: A Glimpse Backward. Published by the author, 1974.
Annotations / Notes: Braddock's history during its years as a major resort. Included are local legends and recipes. The second half of the book is a walking tour.

Howard, James H. "The Nanticoke-Delaware Skeleton Dance." American Indian Quarterly 2 (Spring 1975): 1-13.

Huber, Christine Jones. “Playing Shakespeare in the Colonies: Charles Willson Peale, Miss Hallam, and the Paradox of the Actress.” Ph.D. diss., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002.
Category: Music and Theater

Hunter, Wilbur H., Jr., "The Tribulations of A Museum Director in the 1820s." Maryland Historical Magazine 49 (Spring 1954): 214-222.
Annotations / Notes: Rubens Peale is considered to be the first professional museum director in the country. For two years 1822-1824, and off site for an additional seven years, he administered the Peale Museum in Baltimore. This discussion, mostly of the years in Baltimore, generally unsuccessful, is based on a series of letters between Rubens and his brother Franklin.

Huso, Deborah. “Healing Through the Arts.” Maryland Life, 6 (January/February 2010): 18, 21.
Category: Music and Theater

Jacobson, Bob. "Scene: Baltimore, Maryland." Down Beat-Jazz, Blues & Beyond 67 (no. 11, November 2000): 21.

Johnson, Robert H., Jr. “James Ryder Randall and ‘Maryland, My Maryland’.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 105 (Summer 2010): 132-45.

Jones, Brian Jay. Jim Henson: The Biography. New York: Ballantine Books, 2013.

Jones, James Nathan. "Alfred Jack Thomas (1884-1962) Musician, Composer, Educator." M.A. thesis, Morgan State University, 1978.
Annotations / Notes: Through Army records, the pages of the Afro American, and interviews with musicians who worked and studied with Alfred Jack Thomas, Jones brings to life the world of the classically trained African-American musician during segregation. One of the first Black bandmasters in the U.S. Army, composer, and conductor (the first Black conductor to lead the all-white Baltimore Symphony Orchestra) A. Jack Thomas was a major force in Maryland's African-American musical community from World War I until his retirement in 1955. Thomas, an outstanding athlete who attended college on a boxing scholarship, rode with the 10^th U.S. Cavalry in the American West and served under General John J. Pershing during his campaign to put down the revolutionary forces under Pancho Villa. In 1921 Thomas fought to establish the first Black municipal band in Baltimore and became its conductor. He chaired the Music Department at Morgan College and was a member of the faculty of Howard University.