III. City and Suburbs (1950-Present)

Arnold, Joseph L. The New Deal in the Suburbs: A History of the Greenbelt Town Program, 1935-1954. Columbus, 1971.

Bachrach, Peter and Morton S. Baratz. Power and Poverty: Theory and Practice. New York: Oxford University

Press, 1970. [HC 110.P6 B28; Sociological study of politics of power in Baltimore]

Baltimore Summit on Race Relations. November 30, 1990. Compiled by the staff of the Baltimore Community

Relations Committee. Sponsored by Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke, the NAACP Baltimore branch, and the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance. Baltimore, 1990. [Summary findings of a project designed to bring together a diverse group of people to discuss and assess race relations in Baltimore.]

Banks, Samuel L. “A Descriptive Study of Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners as Agents in School

Desegregation, 1952-1964.” Ed.D., George Washington University, 1976.

Bowler, Mike. The Lessons of Change: Baltimore Schools in the Modern Era. Baltimore: Fund for Educational Excellence, 1991. [LA 303.B3B68 1991]

Brambilla, Roberto and Gianni Longo. Learning from Baltimore: What Makes Cities Liveable? New York: Institute for Environmental Action, 1979.

Branch, Taylor. Parting the Waters: America in the King Years, 1954-1963. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1988.

Callcott, George H. Maryland and America, 1940-1980. Baltimore: The JHU Press, 1985. [EPFL: F 176.7.C34 1985q]

Carney, Benjamin Franklin. “The Baltimore Theater Project, 1971-1983: Toward a People’s Theater.” Ph.D. University of Missouri, 1985.

Carrington, Joel A. “The Struggle for Desegregation of Baltimore City Public Schools, 1952-1966.” Ed.D, University o f Maryland, 1970. [no search done]

Colean, Miles L. The Human Side of Urban Renewal: A Study of the Attitude changes Produced by Neighborhood Rehabilitation. Baltimore: Fight-Blight, 1958.

Covington, J. and R.B. Taylor: “Gentrification and Crime: Robbery and Larceny Changes in Appreciating Baltimore Neighborhoods during the 1970s.” Urban Affairs Quarterly 25 (September 1989): 142-172.

Darrin, Grace. “The Story of Charles Village: The Building of a Community (1967-1974).” Charles Village Journal.

Baltimore: Charles Village Civic Association, 1974 (pp.6-18).

Evans, Paul F. City Life . . . A Perspective from Baltimore, 1968-1978. Columbia, MD: C.H. Fairgax and Co., 1981.

Ferber, Joel and Michael Braverman. “Block Grants and Baltimore: Contradictions in Community

Development.” JHU Letters and Papers in the Social Sciences: An Undergraduate Review 7 (1981): 13-29.

Fredrichs, Jurgen and Allen C. Goodman. The Changing Downtown: A Comparative Study of Baltimore and Hamburg. New York: W. de Gruyter, 1987.

Garrew, Joel. Edge City: Life in the New Frontier. New York: Doubleday, 1992.

Grauer, Neil. Baltimore – Jewel of the Chesapeake: A Contemporary Portrait. Chatsworth, CA: Windsor Publications, 1991. [Peale: F 189.B15G7. Tone borders on “boosterism.”]

Groh, George. The Black Migration: The Journey to Urban America. Weybright & Talley, 1972.

Lemann: the only non-fiction work he found that dealt solely with post-1940 migration. [no search done]

Haeuber, Douglas H. The Baltimore Expressway Controversy: A Study of the Decision-Making Process. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, 1974. [Explores design of and quarrels over highways of late ’60s-70s.]

Halpin, W. Gregory. “Containerization: New Life or Slow Death to the Port?” Baltimore 60 (August 1967): 20-23.

Jacobs, Jane. “New Heart for Baltimore.” Architectural Forum 108 (June 1958): 88-92.

Jaynes, Gerald D. and Robin M. Williams Jr. A Common Destiny Blacks and American Society. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1989. Covering past 50 years, analyzes position of country’s 30 million blacks in areas similar to those described in Farley and Allen (1987). [DLR: 305.8 N21 (E 185.86.C582]

Klugman, Laurence Stephen. “The FHA And Home Ownership in the Baltimore Housing Market (1963-1972).” Ph.D., Clark University, 1974.

Kolodner, Mrs. Fred. The Unaccepted Baltimoreans: A Report on the White Southern Rural Migrants. Baltimore: National Council of Jewish Women, 1961.

Krefetz, Sharon Perlman. Welfare Policy Making and City Politics. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1976. [Study of public

welfare policy making and administration. Comparative analysis of Baltimore and San Francis co.]

Lippman, Theo, Jr. Spiro Agnew’s America: The Vice President and the Politics of Suburbia. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1972.

Lyall, Katherine. “A Bicycle Built for Two: Public/Private Partnership in Baltimore.” National Civic Review 72 (1983): 531-71.

McDonald, Michael C. American Cities: A Report on the Myths of Urban Renaissance. New York: Simon and

Schuster, 1984. [Brugger: “A hard look at the rebirth of Baltimore.”]

McDougall, Harold A. Black Baltimore: A New Theory of Community. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993. [Study of ways in which black community in Baltimore has developed a series of community based self-help organizations in wake of diminished public social services.]

Makofsky, Abraham. “Traditions and Change in the Lumbee Indian Community of Baltimore.” Maryland Historical

Magazine 75 (March 1980: 55-71. [Based on dissertation of same title, Catholic University, 1971.]

Millspaugh, Martin, ed. Baltimore’s Charles Center: A Case Study Of Downtown Renewal. Technical Bulletin 51. Washington: Urban Land Institute, 1964.

Nast, Lenora Heilig, et. al., eds. Baltimore: A Living Renaissance. Baltimore: Historic Baltimore, 1982. [Articles on life in Baltimore between 1960 and 1980.]

O’Keefe, Kevin. Baltimore Politics, 1971-1986: The Schaefer Years and the Struggle for Succession. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown U. Press, 1986. [EFPL: F 188.8.S33 O4 1986] [Undergraduate senior thesis.]

Orser, W. Edward. “Racial Change in Retrospect: White Perceptions of Stability and Mobility in Edmondson Village, 1910-1980.” Intern’l J of Oral History 5 (Feb 1984): 36-58.

_______________. “Secondhand Suburbs: Black Pioneers in Baltimore’s Edmondson Village, 1955-1980.” Journal of Urban History 16 (May 1990): 227-62. [issue in BCLM] See also Orser’s Edmondson Village article in The Baltimore Book.

Port of Baltimore, 1955-84. Baltimore: Maryland Port Authority, c. 1984. [Efforts to retain the state’s share of import-export traffic.]

Rich, Linda G. et. al. Neighborhood: A State of Mind. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981.

Rosenburg, Louis S. “The Low-Income Housing Effort in the City of Baltimore.” Ph.D., Brandeis University, 1973. [not in Md Union Cat, Dept Leg Ref]

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

Schiller, Bradley R. The Economics of Poverty in Maryland. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice- Hall, 1973. Discusses enduring poor of Baltimore, West Md and lower counties. [not in Md Union Cat, Dept Leg Ref]

Schmidt, John C. “A New Baltimore Idea for Better Freeway Design.” Baltimore 60 (January 1967): 19-21.

Schnore, Leo. Class and Race in Cities and Suburbs. NY: Rand McNally , 1972. Covers post- WWII period. [MSU, UMBC: HN 65.S415]

Skotnes, Andor D. “The Black Freedom Movement and the Worker’s Movement in Baltimore, 1930-1939.” Ph.D., Rutgers University, 1991. [no search done]

Smith, Thaddeus Mundy. “Where There are No Mountains: Appalachian Culture and Migration to Baltimore.” Ph.D., Brown University, 1987.

Steadman, John. The Baltimore Colts: A Pictorial History. Virginia Beach, VA: Jordan & Co., 1978.

Stegman, Michael. Housing Investment in the Inner City: The Dynamics of Decline, A Study of Baltimore, Maryland, 1968-1979. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1972. Brugger: “sobering view of slum economics.” [EPFL: HD 7304.B2574]

A Survivor’s Guide to Baltimore’s Renaissance: Baltimore Citizens Discuss Their Experiences of Urban Renewal. Photographs by Chris Hartlove. Texts by Grant Kester. Baltimore: Maryland State Arts Council, 1992. [Interviews with people who tell about the “other side” of Baltimore’s urban renaissance. EPFL: Md F 185.S87 1992]

Taeuber, Karl E. and Alma F. Taeuber. Negroes in Cities: Residential Segregation and Neighborhood Change. New York: Atheneum, 1972. [Case studies of 10 cities, including Baltimore. Sociological analysis of racial residential patterns and changes.]

Thomsen, Roszel C. “The Integration of Baltimore’s Polytechnic Institute: A Reminiscence.” Maryland Historical Magazine 79 (1984): 235-38.

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

Walker, Wilbert L. The Deputy’s Dilemma: A Memoir, Thirty Years in Public Services. Baltimore: Heritage Press, 1987. [HV40.32.W35A3; Memoirs of a black social worker in Baltimore, 1950-1980]

Watson, Denton L. Lion in the Lobby: Clarence Mitchell Jr.’s Struggle for the Passage of Civil Rights Laws. New York: Morrow, 1990. [no search done]

West, Herbert L. “Urban life and Spatial Distribution of Blacks in Baltimore, Maryland.” Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1973. Covers period 1940-1970. [TSU: F 189.B1W38]

Wilkes, Paul. “Baltimore’s Sunpapers: Where Has Greatness Gone?” Columbia Journalism Review 10 (July-August 1971): 39-46.

____________________, editor. The Ghetto Underclass: Social Science Perspectives. SAGE Publications, 1993? [Originally published as special issue of journal ANNALS.]

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