II. City of Neighborhoods (1850-1950)

Anderson, Alan D. The Origin and Resolution of an Urban Crisis: Baltimore 1900-1930. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1977.

Anderson, Karen. Wartime Women: Sex Roles, Family Relations and the Status of Women during World War II. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1981.

Andrews, Andrea R. “The Baltimore School Building Program, 1870-1900: A Study in Urban Reform.” Maryland Historical Magazine 70 (Fall 1975): 260-74.

Argersinger, Jo Ann E. “Assisting the ‘Loafers’” Transient Relief in Baltimore, 1933-37.” Labor History 23 (1982): 226-45.

———————. “Baltimore: The Depression Years.” Ph.D., George WashingtonUniversity, 1980. Published as:

———————. Toward a New Deal in Baltimore: People and Government in the Great Depression. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1988. [F 189.B157 A74 1988 [History of New Deal in Baltimore on an administrative and popular level.]

———————. “‘The Right to Strike’: Labor Organization and the New Deal in Baltimore. Maryland Historical Magazine 78, (1983): 299-318.

———————. “Toward a Roosevelt Coalition: The Democratic Party and the New Deal in Baltimore.” Maryland Historical Magazine 82 (1987): 288-305..

Arnold, Joseph L. “Baltimore Neighborhoods, 1800-1980.” WorkingPapers from the Regional Economic History Research Center 4 (1981): 76-98.

—————-. “The Neighborhood and City Hall: The Origins of Neighborhood Asociations in Baltimore, 1880-1911. Journal of Urban History 6 (November 1979): 3-30.

—————-. “The Last of the Good Old Days: Politics in Baltimore, 1920-1950.” Maryland Historical Magazine 71 (Fall 1976): 443-48.

—————-. “Suburban Growth and Municipal Annexation in Baltimore, 1745-1918.” Maryland Historical Magazine 73 (June 1978): 109-28.

Beirne, D. Randall. “Late Nineteenth Century Industrial Communities in Baltimore.” The Maryland Historian 11(Spring 1980): 39-49. [Hampden-Woodberry, Oldtown, Canton, Locust Point, Westport, Brooklyn, Fairfield, Mt. Clare]

——————. “Residential Growth Stability in the Baltimore Industrial Community of Canton during the late Nineteenth Century.” Maryland Historical Magazine 74 (1979): 39-51.

——————. “Residential Stability Among Urban Workers: Industrial Linkage in Hampden- Woodberry, Baltimore, 1880-1939.” in Mitchell and Muller, eds. Geographical Perspectives on Maryland’s Past. pp. 168-87.

——————. “Steadfast Americans: Residential Stability Among Workers in Baltimore, 1880-1930.” Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1976.

Bode, Carl. Mencken. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1969.

Bodine, A. Aubrey. Bodine’s Baltimore: Forty-Six years in the Life of a City. Baltimore: Bodine & Associates, 1973.

Bready, James H. The Home Team. Baltimore, privately printed, 1984.

Brown, Frederick J. Streets and Slums: A Study in Local Municipal Geography. Baltimore: Cushing, 1894.

Brown, George William. Baltimore and the Nineteenth of April, 1861: A Study of the War. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science. (extra volume 3), 1887.

Bruchey, Eleanor S. The Business Elite in Baltimore. New York: Arno Press, 1976. [HC 108.B2 B78 1976]

——————. “The Development of Baltimore Business, 1880- 1914.” Maryland Historical Magazine 64 (Spring 1969): 18-42 and 64 (Summer 1969): 144-160

Bruns, Roger and William Fraley. “‘Old Gunny’: Abolitionist in a Slave City.” Maryland Historical Magazine 68 (1973): 369-82. [Dangers of militant Baltimore anti-slavery in the 1850s.]

Burgess, Robert H. and H. Graham Wood. Steamboats out of Baltimore. Cambridge, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1968.

Callcott, Margaret L. The Negro in Maryland Politics, 1870-1912. Baltimore: The JHU Press, 1969. [EPFL: JK 1929.M3 C3]

Caraveli, Anna. Scattered in Foreign Lands: A Greek Village in Baltimore. Baltimore: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1985.

Carrick, Diane. “Residential Persistance of Baltimore’s Italians,” 1880-1920. M.A., University if Maryland, 1977.

Catton, William Bruce. “The Baltimore Business Community and the Sectional Crisis, 1860- 61.” M.A. University of Maryland, 1952.

———————-. “John W. Garrett of the Baltimore and Ohio: A Study in Seaport and Railroad Competition.” Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1959.

Chilton, John. Billie’s Blues: A Survey of Billie Holiday’s Career, 1939-1959. London: Quartet Books, 1975.

Clark, Charles Branch. “Baltimore and the Attack on the Sixth Massachusetts Regiment, April 19, 1861.” MarylandHistorical Magazine 56 (1961): 39-71.

Clark, Joseph S., Jr. “The Railroad Struggle for Pittsburgh: Forty-three years of Philadelphia- Baltimore Rivalry.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 48 (1924): 1-37.

Coates, James R. Jr. “Recreation and Sport in the African-American Community of Baltimore, 1890-1920.” Ph.D, University of Maryland, College Park, 1991. [UMCP (McKeldin): LD 3231.M70d folio]

Consolidated Gas Electric Light & Power Company of Baltimore. Second Industrial Survey of Baltimore. Baltimore: Consolidated of Baltimore, 1939.

Crane, R.T. “The Knights of Labor Movement in Baltimore.” Johns Hopkins University Circulars 22 (1902-03).

Crooks, James B. “The Baltimore Fire and Baltimore Reform.” Maryland Historical Magazine 65 (1970): 1-17.

—————. Politics and Progress: The Rise of Urban Progressivism in Baltimore, 1895 to 1911. Baton Rouge, LA:Louisiana State University Press, 1968. [boss rule, reform, regulation, planning]

—————-. “The Baltimore Fire and Baltimore Reform.” Maryland Historical Magazine 65 (Spring 1990): 1-17. [Arguesfire was not catalyst for urban reform.]

Cucchiella, Sheryl L. Baltimore Deco. Baltimore: Maclay & Associates, 1985.

Curl, Donald Walter. “The Baltimore Convention of the Constitutional Union Party.” Maryland HistoricalMagazine 67 (1972): 254-77.

Curry, Richard O., ed. Radicalism, Racism and Party Realignment: The Border States During Reconstruction.Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1969.

Darrell, G. Russell, Jr. Hotbed for Hybrids: Lacrosse and Soccer in Baltimore. Glen Burnie, Md: French Bray Printing, 1978.

Dehler, Katherine B. “Mt. Vernon Place at the Turn of the Century: A Vignette of the Garrett Family.” Maryland Historical Magazine 69 (1974): 279-92.

Della, M. Ray, Jr. “An Analysis of Baltimore’s Population in the 1850s.” Maryland Historical Magazine 68 (1973): 20-35.

—————-. “The Problems of Negro Labor in the 1850s.” Maryland Historical Magazine 66 (Spring 1971): 14-32. [Traces the loss of jobs in traditional areas such as caulking resulting from immigration and discrimination.]

Dilts, James D. and Catherine Black. Baltimore’s Cast-iron Buildings and Architectural Ironwork. Centerville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1991.

Disharoon, Richard Alan. “A History of Municipal Music in Baltimore, 1914-1947.” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Maryland, 1980.

Dreck, Wilson S. “Druid Hill Branch YMCA: The First Hundred Years.” MarylandHistorical Magazine 84 (Summer 1989): 135-46.

Dunn, Mary Ann. “The Life of Isaac Freeman Rasin, Democratic Leader of Baltimore from 1870-1907.” M.S., The Catholic University of America, 1949.

Dürr, William Theodore. “The Conscience of a City: A History of The City’s Planning and Housing Association and Effortsto Improve Housing for the Poor in Baltimore, Maryland, 1937-1954. Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1972. [HD 7304.B2 D87]

———————–. “People of the Peninsula.” Maryland Historical Magazine 77(1982):27-53. [South Baltimore and Locust Point.]

———————–, et. al. Baltimore People, Baltimore Places: A Neighborhood Album. The Baltimore Neighborhood Series in Social History. Baltimore: Univ. of Balto, 1981.

Eff, Elaine. “The Painted Screens of Baltimore, Maryland: Decorative Folk Art Past and Present.” Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1984.

Ellis, John Tracy. The Life of James Cardinal Gibbons. 2 vols. Milwaukee: Bruce Publishing Co., 1952.

“The Evolution of Telephone Service in Baltimore.” Baltimore 24 (November 1940): 21-24. Author?

Fee, Elizabeth. Disease and Discovery: A History of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1916-1939. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987.

Fein, Isaac M. “Baltimore Jews during the Civil War.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 51 (1961): 67-96.

————-. The Making of an American Jewish Community: The History of Baltimore Jewry from 1773 to 1920. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1970.

Franch, Michael S. “Congregation and Community in Baltimore, 1840-1860.” Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1984.LD3231.M70d (UMCP)[Church response to exodus to new residential areas.]

Freeman, Elaine. “Negro Leadership in Baltimore at the End of the Nineteenth Century.” M.A., George Washington University, 1970. [not in MD Union Cat., 8/93]

French, H. Findlay and Ralph J. Robinson. Baltimore Industrial Development 1919-1950; Specifically theBackground, Establishment and Operations of the Industrial Bureau with Didelights on the Location History of Some Well Known Companies. Baltimore: Privately printed, 1964.

Fuke, Richard P. “The Baltimore Association for the Moral and Educational Improvement of the Colored People,1864-1870.” Maryland Historical Magazine (Winter 1971).

—————. “Black Marylanders, 1864-1868.” Ph.D., JHU, 1973. [EPFL: E 185.M2 F84]

Garonzik, Joseph. “Urbanization and the Black Population of Baltimore, 1850-1870.” Ph.D., State University ofNew York at Stony Brook, 1974. [MSU (Davis Room): F 189.B19 N43 1987; also at TSU and UMCP]

________________. “The Racial and Ethnic Make-Up of Baltimore Neighborhoods, 1850- 1870.” MHM 71 (Fall 1976): 392-402.

Gibson, William. “A History of Family and Child Welfare Agencies in Baltimore, 1849- 1943.” Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 1969. [Institutional histories.]

Greene, Suzanne E. “Black Republicans on the City Council, 1890-1931.” MHM 74 (Sept 1979): 203-22.

Grimes, Michael A. “The Development of Baltimore’s Northwest Corridor, 1919 to 1930.” M.A., University of Maryland Baltimore County, 1988. Published as:

—————–. The Development of Baltimore’s Northwest Corridor, 1919 to 1930. Columbus, OH: Society for American City and Regional Planning History, 1989.

Hart, Richard H. Enoch Pratt: The Story of A Plain Man. Baltimore: Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1935.

Harwood, Herbert H., Jr. Impossible Challenge: The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in Maryland. Baltimore: Barnard, Roberts, 1979.

Hawkins, Hugh D. Pioneer: A History of the Johns Hopkins University , 1874-1899. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1960.

Hayward, Mary Ellen. “Rowhouse: A Baltimore Style of Living.” Three Centuries of Maryland Architecture. Annapolis, MD: Maryland Historical Trust, 1982, pp. 65-79.

——————-. “Urban Vernacular Architecture in Nineteenth Century Baltimore.” Winterthur Portfolio 16 (Spring 1981): 33-63.

Headley, Robert Kirk, Jr. Exit: A History of Movies in Baltimore. University Park, Md: Privately Printed, 1974.

Hirschfeld, Charles. Baltimore 1870-1900: Studies in Social History. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1941. [HN80.B2H5]

Hirschman, Joseph. “Housing Patterns of Baltimore Jews.’ Generations 2 (December 1981): 30-43.

Hoffman, Morton. “The Role of Government in Influencing Changes in Housing in Baltimore, 1940-1950.” Land Economics: A Quarterly Journal of Planning, Housing and Public Utilities 30 (1954): 125-40.

Howard, George W. Baltimore: The Monumental City. Baltimore: J.D. Ehlers, 1873.

—————-. Industries of Maryland: A Descriptive Review of the Manufacturing and Mercantile Industries of the City of Baltimore. New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore: Historical Publishing Co., 1882.

Howard, William Travis, Jr. Public Health Administration and the Natural History of Disease in Baltimore. Washington, DC: Carnegie Institute of Washington, 1924. RA 448.B3H6

Hulse, Stewert H. and Bert F. Green, eds. One Hundred Years of Psychological Research in America: G. Stanley Hall and the Johns Hopkins Tradition. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.

Hungerford, Edward. The Story of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 1827-1927. 2 vols. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1928.

Jackson, Kenneth T. Crabgrass Frontier…[classic study of suburbanization beginning in 1850s]

James, William H. “A Baltimore Volunteer of 1864.” Maryland Historical Magazine

Johnston, William R. “William and Henry Walters: Collectors and Philanthropists.” Walters Art Gallery Bulletin 27, no. 3 (1974).

Kahn, Philip, Jr. A Stitch in Time: The Four Seasons of Baltimore’s Needle Trade. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1989. TT 4496.M4B3

Kanarek, Harold K. A Monument to an Engineer’s Skill: William P. Craighill and the Baltimore Harbor. Baltimore: Baltimore District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, c.1976.

Kean, Randolph. “The Development of the ‘Valley Line’ of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 60 (1952): 537-50.

Kelly, Jacques. Brooklyn-Curtis Bay History. Baltimore: J.C. O’Donovan & Co., 1976.

————–. Peabody Heights to Charles Village The Historic Development of a Baltimore Community. Baltimore: Equitable Trust Bank, 1976.

————–. Reflections, Sparrows Point, Md. Dundalk: Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society, 1976.

Kelly, William J. “Baltimore Steamboats in the Civil War.” Maryland Historical Magazine 37 (1942): 42-52.

Kemp, Janet. Housing Conditions in Baltimore. Baltimore: Charity Organization Society, 1907. HD 7304.B2B27

Kessler, Barry and David Zang. The Play Life of a City: Baltimore’s Recreation and Parks, 1900-1955. Baltimore:BCLM, and Baltimore Dept of Rec & Parks, 1989. [BCLM:

Keuchel, Edward F. “Master of the Art of Canning: Baltimore, 1860-1900.” Maryland Historical Magazine 67 (Winter 1972): 351-362.

Krause, Harry W. “History of Public Education in Baltimore from 1860-1890.” M.A., University of Maryland, 1942.

Lamoreaux, David, with Gerson G. Eisenberg. “Baltimore Views the Great Depression, 1929- 33.” Maryland Historical Magazine 71 (1976): 428-42.

Lancaster, John H. “Baltimore: A Pioneer in Organized Baseball.” Maryland Historical Magazine 35 (1940): 32-55.

Leffler, Robert Jr. “The History of Black Baseball in Baltimore, 1913-1951.” M.A., Morgan State University, 1974. [not in MD Union Cat; try MSU]

Levin, Alexandra Lee. Dare to Be Different: A Biography of Louis H. Levin of Baltimore. New York: Block Publishing Co.,1972 [Early leader of federated Jewish Charities and editor of Jewish Comment.]

——————–. Henrietta Szold: Baltimorean. Baltimore: Jewish Historical Society of Maryland, 1976.

LeViness. A History of Road Building in Maryland. Baltimore: State Roads Commission of Maryland, 1958.

Lewis, H.H. Walker. The Lawyers’ Round Table of Baltimore and its Charter Members. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1978.

Lieb, Frederick G. The Baltimore Orioles: The History of a Colorful Baseball Team in Baltimore and St. Louis. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1955.

McCreesh, Carolyn Daniel. “On the Picket Line: Militant Women Campaign to Organize Garment Workers, 1880-1917.” Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1975.

MacDonald, Gerald Michael. “Politics and Public Works: Baltimore Before Progressivism.” Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1986.

McDonald, Patricia Ann. “Baltimore Women, 1870-1900. Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1976. [Study in participation in political, social and cultural activities.]

McGuinn, Henry J. “The Courts and the Occupational Status of Negroes in Maryland.” Social Forces 18 (October1939): 256-68. Traces attempts to open up occupations for blacks between 1877-1930s. [UB has periodical]

McKelvey, Blake. The Urbanization of America, 1860-1915. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1963. [HT 123.M23; City growth in America. Emphasizes Baltimore’s “sameness” to other American cities.]

Manchester, William. H.L. Mencken: Disturber of the Peace. New York: Harper & Bros., 1950.

Marks, Bayly Ellen. “Liberal Education in the Gilded Age: Baltimore and the Creation of the Manual Training School.” Maryland Historical Magazine 74 (1979): 238-52.

Matthews, Sidney T. “Control of the Baltimore Press during the Civil War.” Maryland Historical Magazine 36 (1941): 150-70.

Mencken, H.L. Happy Days 1880-1892. New York, 1940. [PS 3525.E43 Z52]

Miller, Mark. Mount Washington, Baltimore Suburb. Baltimore: GBS Publishers, 1981.

Morison, Samuel Eliot. Nathaniel Holmes Morison, 1815-1890, Provost of the Peabody Institute of Baltimore, 1867-1890. Baltimore: Peabody Institute, 1957.

Moynihan, Linda. “The Development of Amusement Parks by United Railways and Electric.” Typescript paper, University of Baltimore, Spring 1986. [Barry Kessler’s Parks file, 1988.]

Muller, Edward K. and Paul A. Groves. “The Changing Location of Clothing Industry: A Link to the Social Geography of Baltimore in the Nineteenth Century.” Maryland Historical Magazine 71 (fall 1976): 403-20.

————————————. “The Emergence of Insustrial Districts in Mid-Nineteenth Century

Baltimore.” Geographical Review 69 (April 1979): 159-178.

————————————. “The Evolution of Black Residential Areas in Late 19th Century Cities.” Journal of Historical Geography 1 (No.2, 1975): 169-191. cf. Baltimore and Washington. [EPFL]

Neverdon-Morton, Cynthia. “Black Housing Patterns in Baltimore City, 1885-1953.” The Maryland Historian 16 (Spring/Summer 1985): 25-39. [EPFL]

Olson, Karen. “Old West Baltimore: Segregation, African-American Culture and the Struggle for Equality,” in Elizabeth Fee et al, editors, The Baltimore Book. Philadelphia: Temple U. Press, 1991. [BCLM: F 189.B157B342]

Olson, Sherry. “Baltimore Imitates ‘Spider’.” Association of American Geographers, Annals 69 (1979): 557-74. [See Olson’s book under heading “Overview – Baltimore and Maryland.”]

Orser, W. Edward. “The Making of a Baltimore Rowhouse Community: The Edmondson Avenue Area, 1915-1945.” Maryland Historical Magazine 80 (Fall 1985): 203-227. [See also Orser’s articles under heading “City and Suburbs.”]

Parker, Franklin. George Peabody: A Biography. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 1871.

Patterson, Ted. Day by Day in Orioles History. New York: Leisure Press, 1984.

Paul, J. Gilman D’Arcy. “A Baltimore Estate: Guilford and its Three Owners.” Maryland Historical Magazine 51 (1956): 14-26.

Paul, William G. “The Shadow of Equality: The Negro in Balitmore, 1864-1911.” Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 1972. [EPFL: F 190.9.N4 P38 (also Af-Am); Dept Leg Ref: 975.26 P11]

Pearson, Ralph L. “The National Urban League Comes to Baltimore.” Maryland Historical Magazine 72 (2977): 523-33.

Phelps, Jane L. “Charles J. Bonaparte and Negro Suffrage inMaryland.” MHM 54 (December 1959): 33-52. Examines disenfranchisement campaigns of 1906-09.

Power, Garrett. “Apartheid Baltimore-Style: The Residential Segregation Ordinances of 1910- 1913.” Maryland Law Review 42(No.2, 1983): 289-328. [HD 7304.P7]

————–. “High Society: The Building Height Limitations on Baltimore’s Mt. Vernon Place. Maryland Historical Magazine 79 (1984): 197-219.

————–. “Residential Baltimore at the Turn of the Century: A City of Contrasts.” Baltimore Engineer, August 1986.

Putney, Martha S. “The Baltimore Normal School for the Education of Colored Teachers: Its Founders and its Founding.” Maryland Historical Magazine 72 (1977): 238-52. [Discusses institution that became Bowie State in 1908.]

Regina, Marie T. “The Impact of the Depression on Black Education in Baltimore.” M.A., George Washington U., 1972. [not in Md Union Cat]

Rehbein, Leslie and Kate E. Peterson, eds. Beyond the White Marble Steps: A Look at Baltimore Neighborhoods. Baltimore: Livelier Baltimore Committee and Citizens Planning and Housing Association, 1979.

Reid, Ira De A. The Negro Community of Baltimore: A Summary Report of a Social Study Conducted for the Baltimore Urban League. Baltimore: National Urban League, 1935. [not in Md Union Cat?]

————–. The Negro Immigrant, His Background, Characteristics, and Social Adjustments, 1899-1937. NY: Columbia U Press, 1939. [EPFL, MSU: JV 6895.N44R4]

Reilly, Sara Jean. “The Italian Immigrants: 1920-1930: A Case Study in Baltimore.” M.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1962. [Full study of settlement organizations, etc.]

Report on Infant Mortality in Baltimore. U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Children. Washington: USGPO, 1922. [Much information on social and housing conditions among blacks.]

Requardt, Cynthia Horsburgh. “The Origins of Jewish Women’s Social Service Work in Baltimore. Generations 5 (June 1984): 28-64.

Reutter, Mark. Sparrows Point: Making Steel – The Rise and Ruin of American Industrial Might. 1988.

Rose, Al. Eubie Blake. New York: Schirmer Books, 1979.

Rosen, Christine. The Limits of Power, Great Fires and the Process of City Growth in America. Cambridge U. Press, 1986.

[Chicago’s, Boston,’s and Baltimore’s responses to catastrophic fires.]

Rukert, Norman G. Federal Hill: A Baltimore National Historic District. Baltimore: Bodine & Associates, 1980.

—————-. The Fells Point Story. Baltimore: Bodine & Associates, 1976.

—————-. Fort McHenry, Home of the Brave. Baltimore: Bodine & Associates, 1983.

—————-. Historic Canton: Baltimore’s Industrial Heartland and its People. Baltimore: Bodine & Associates, 1978.

—————-. The Port: Pride of Baltimore. Baltimore: Bodine & Associates, 1982.

Ryon, Roderick W. “An Ambiguous Legacy: Baltimore Blacks and the CIO, 1936-1941.” Journal of Negro History 65 (1980): 18-33.

—————-. “Baltimore Workers and Industrial Decision Making, 1890-1917.” Journal of Southern History 51 (November 1985): 565-580

—————-. “Human Creature’s Lives: Baltimore Women and Work in Factories, 1880-1917.” Maryland Historical Magazine 83 (Winter 1988): 346-364.

—————-. “Old West Baltimore.” Maryland Historical Magazine 77 (1982).

—————-. West Baltimore Neighborhoods: Sketches of their History, 1840-1960. D. Randall Beirne and Joan Henley, general eds. Baltimore: University of Baltimore, 1993. [Series of neighborhood studies, based on source materials that include maps, atlases, newspapers, institutional histories and oral testimony.]

Sandler, Gilbert. The Neighborhood: The Story of Baltimore’s Little Italy. Baltimore: Bodine and Associates, Inc., 1974.

—————-. “Radio as Radio Used to Be.” Baltimore 60 (1967): 25.

Schalk, Harry G. “Mini-Revisionism in City Planning History: The Planners of Roland Park. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 29 (1970): 347-49.

—————. “Planning Roland Park.” Maryland Historical Magazine 67 (1972): 419-28..

Schiller, Bradley R. The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1973. [Discusses enduring poor of Baltimore, Western Maryland and lower counties.; HC 110.P6S27 1980]

Sharkey, Robert P. Johns Hopkins: A Centennial Portrait of a University. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1975.

Shopes, Linda…[Dissertation, University of Maryland, canneries and canning industry in Baltimore. No search done.]

Shivers, Frank. Bolton Hill: Baltimore Classic. Baltimore: Equitable Trust Company, 1978.

Smelser, Marshall. The Life that Ruth Built: A Biography. New York, Quadrangle, New York Times Book Co., 1975.

Sollins, Helen B. and Moses Aberbach. “The Baltimore Spice Company.” Generations 3 (June 1982): 10-22.

Stenerson, Douglas C. H.L. Mencken: Iconoclast from Baltimore. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971.

Stover, John F. History of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 1987.

Strother, David Hunter. “Artist’s Excursion on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.” Harper’s MonthlyMagazine 19 (June 1859).

Swanson, Mary. “A Study of the Polish Organizations of Baltimore.” M.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1925.

Sweeney, M. Rosewin. “Sonny Mahon and Baltimore’s Irish Machine: Ethnic Politics in a Semi-Southern Setting.” M.A.,Johns Hopkins University, 1979.

Thom, Helen Hopkins. Johns Hopkins: A Silhouette. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1929.

Thomas, Bettye. “The Black Baltimore Communuty 1865-1910.” Ph.D., George Washington University, 1974.

————–. “A Nineteenth Century Black Operated Shipyard, 1866-1884: Reflections Upon its Inception and Ownership.” Journal of Negro History 59 (1974): 1-12.

————–. “Public Education and Black Protest in Baltimore.” Maryland Historical Magazine 21 (Fall 1976): 381-91.

Torrieri, Nancy. “Residential Dispersal and the Surival of the Italian Community in Metropolitan Baltimore, 1920-1980.” Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1982.

Tuska, Benjamin. “Know-Nothingism in Baltimore, 1854-1860.” Catholic Historical Review 11 (1925-26): 217-51.

The Ukranians of Maryland. Baltimore: Ukranian Education Association of Maryland, Inc., n.d. Author?– Paul Fenchak?

Vill, Martha J. “Building Enterprise in Late Nineteenth Century Baltimore. Journal of Historical Geography 12 (April 1986): 162-181.

————–. “Immigrants and Ownership: Home Mortgage Financing in Baltimore 1865-1914.” Geographical Perspectives on Maryland’s Past, Robert D. Mitchell and Edward K. Muller, eds. (College Park, MD: Department of Geography occasional paper, no. 4, 1979): 150-167

————–. “Land Tenure. Property Ownership and Home Mortgages in the Late Nineteenth Century: A Case Study of Baltimore’s Germans. Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1976.

————–. “Residential Development in a Landed Estate: The Case of Baltimore’s’Harlem’.” Maryland Historical Magazine 77 (Fall 1982): 266-78

Wagenheim, Karl. Babe Ruth: His Life and Legend. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1974.

Whitehall, Milford H. and Robert L. Weinberg. “Greif: One of Baltimore’s Great Names in the Clothing Industry.”Generations 3 (June 1982): 47-51.

Whitehorn, Matthew. The Baltimore Elite Giants and the Decline of Negro Baseball.” M.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1981.

Williams, Marilyn Thornton. “Philanthropy in the Progressive Era: The Public Baths of Baltimore.” Maryland Historical Magazine 72 (1977): 118-31.

Yearly, Clifton K. “The Baltimore and Ohio Strike of 1877.” Maryland Historical Magazine 51 (1956): 188-211.

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