IX. Built Baltimore by Richard Longstreth

Compiled by Richard Longstreth

1997, revised 7 May 2006

This compilation focuses on scholarly work concerning the history of the built environment in Baltimore and other parts of Maryland. Several important general and pictorial histories are included as well. I have not included citations for Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, which can be found in Richard Longstreth, comp., “A Historical Bibliography of the Built Environment in the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area”. Most writings date from the past three decades.

Thanks go to David Chase, Peter Kurtze, Therese O’Malley, Orlando Ridout V, Walter Schamu, Damie Stillman, and Robert Vogel for adding to this list.

Additions, corrections, and updates are welcome. Please send them to me at rwl@gwu.edu.

Baltimore City and County

Alexander, Robert L., “Architecture and Aristocracy: The Cosmopolitan Style of Latrobe and Godefroy,”Maryland Historical Magazine 56 (Fall 1962), 229-243

____________________, The Architecture of Maximilian Godefroy, Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1974

____________________, “Baltimore Row Houses of the Early Nineteenth Century,” American Studies 16 (Fall1975), 65-76

____________________, “The Ridell-Carroll House in Baltimore,” Winterthur Portfolio 28 (Summer-Autumn1993), 113-139

____________________, “Neoclassical Wrought Iron in Baltimore,” Winterthur Portfolio 18 (Summer-Autumn 1983), 147-186

____________________, “Nicholas Rogers, Gentleman-Architect of Baltimore,” Maryland Historical Magazine 78 (Summer 1983), 85-105

____________________, “The Public Memorial and Godefroy’s Battle Monument,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 18 (March 1958), 19-24

____________________, “The Union Bank, by Long after Soane,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 22 (October 1963), 135-137

____________________, “‘Wealth Well Bestowed in Worship’: St. Paul’s in Baltimore from Robert Cary Long to Richard Upjohn,” Maryland Historical Magazine 86 (Summer 1991), 123-150

Andrews, Andrea, “The Baltimore School Building Program, 1870-1900: A Study in Urban Reform,” Maryland Historical Magazine 70 (Fall 1975), 260-274

Arnold, Joseph L., “Baltimore: Southern Culture and Northern Economy,” in Richard M. Bernard, ed., Snowbelt Cities: Metropolitan Politics in the Northeast and Midwest Since World War II, Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 1990, 25-39

Arthur, Catherine Rogers, and Cindy Kelly, Homewood House, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press,

Avery, Carlos P., E. Francis Baldwin, Architect: The B&O, Baltimore, and Beyond, Baltimore: Baltimore Architecture Foundation, 2003

Barrett, Heather Lynn, “Baltimore Society and the Fashionable Squares of Mount Vernon Place and Eutaw  Place,” M.A.   thesis, George Washington University, 2004

Beirne, D. Randall, “Hampden-Woodbury: The Mill Village in an urban Setting,” Maryland Historical Magazine 100 (winter 2005): 446-67

Beirne, Francis F., and Carleton Jones, Baltimore, a Picture History, 1957, 3rd rev. ed., Baltimore: Bodine &  Associates and Maclay & Associates, 1982

Beirne, Rosamond Randall, “The Chase House in Maryland,” Maryland Historical Magazine 49 (September 1954), 177-195

Bennett, Sari J., and Charles M. Christian, eds., Baltimore: A Perspective on Historical Urban Development, Washington]: Association of American Geographers, 1989

Bevan, Edith R., “Druid Hill, Country Seat of the Rogers and Buchanan Families,” Maryland Historical Magazine 44 (September 1949), 190-199

_______________, “Willow Brook, Country Seat of John Donnell,” Maryland Historical Magazine 44 (March 1949), 33-41
Bowditch, Eden Unger, Baltimore’s Historic Parks and Gardens, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2004 Breihan, Jack, A History of Wartime Middle River, Middle River, Md.: Essex-Middle River Civic Council, 1996

Browne, Gary Lawson, Baltimore in the Nation, 1789-1861, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1980

Bryan, John M., Robert Mills: America’s First Architect, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2001

______________, ed., Robert Mills, Architect, Washington: American Institute of Architects Press, 1989

Burdine, D. Randall, “Hampden-Woodbury: The Mill Village in an Urban Setting,” Maryland Historical Magazine 77 (March 1982), 6-26

Chalfant, Randolph W., “Calvert Station: Its Structure and Significance,” Maryland Historical Magazine 74 (March 1979), 11-22

Clark, Dennis Rankin, “Baltimore, 1729-1829: The Genesis of a Community,” Ph.D. dissertation, Catholic University, 1976

Cole, Merle T., and Scott S. Sheads, Fort McHenry and Baltimore’s Harbor Defenses, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2001

Colwill, Stiles Tuttle, Francis Guy, 1760-1820, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1981

Corbett, Donna C., “‘Had You Followed My Advice, and Built a Plain and Convenient House’: The Carrolls and Homewood,” Letters and Papers on the Social Sciences and the Humanities, n.s. 6 (Spring 1980), 113-123

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

Cucchiella, S., Baltimore Deco: An Architectural Survey of Art Deco in Baltimore, Baltimore: Maclay &Associates, 1984

Dilts, James D., and Catherine F. Black, eds., Baltimore Cast-Iron Buildings and Architectural Ironwork, Centreville, Md.: Tidewater Publishers, 1991

Dorsey, John, and James Dilts, A Guide to Baltimore Architecture, Cambridge, Md.: Tidewater Publishers, 3rd  rev. ed., 1997

Donovan, Erin, “Nostalgia and Tourism: Camden Yards in Baltimore,” in Paul A. Schackel, ed., Myth, Memory, and the Making of the American Landscape, Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2001, 221-239

Eckels, Claire Wittler, “Baltimore’s Earliest Architects, 1785-1820,” Ph.D. diss., John Hopkins University, 1950

Elder, William Voss, III, “Robert Mills’ Waterloo Row,” Record of the Baltimore Museum of Art 1 (1971), 1-24

Enterprising Emporiums: The Jewish Department Stores of Downtown Baltimore, Baltimore: Jewish Museum of Maryland, 2001

Eucher, Charles C., “The Politics of Urban Expansion: Baltimore and the Sewerage Question, 1859-1905,” Maryland Historical Magazine 86 (Fall 1991), 270-291

Fee, Elizabeth, et al., eds., The Baltimore Book: New Views of Local History, Philadelphia: Temple University  Press, 1991
Frank, Beryl, Way Back When in Sudbrook Park, Baltimore: Sudbrook Park, Inc., 1997

Friedrichs, Jurgen, and Allen C. Goodman, The Changing Downtown: A Comparative Study of Baltimore and Hamburg, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1987
Garrett, Jane N., “Philadelphia and Baltimore, 1790-1840: A Study of Intraregional Unity,” Maryland Historical Magazine 55 (March 1960), 1-13

Giza, Joanne, and Catherine F. Black, Great Baltimore Houses: An Architectural and Social History, Baltimore: Maclay & Associates, 1982

Greff, Jacqueline, Fell’s Point, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2005

Gunning, Brooke, and Molly O’Donovan, Baltimore’s Halcyon Days, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2000

Hadley, Robert K., Motion Picture Exhibition in Baltimore: An Illustrated History and Directory of Theaters, 1895-2004, Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2006

Harwood, Herbert H., “Mt. Clare Station, America’s Oldest — Or Is It?” Railroad History 139 (1987), 39-53

Hastings, Lynne Dakin, A Guidebook to Hampton National Historic Site, Towson, Md.: Historic Hampton, Inc., 1986

Hayward, Mary Ellen, “Urban Vernacular Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Baltimore,” Winterthur Portfolio 16 (Spring 1981), 33-63

____________________, and Charles Belfoure, The Baltimore Rowhouse, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1999

__________________, and Frank R. Shivers, Jr., eds., The Architecture of Baltimore: An Illustrated History, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004

Helton, Gary, Dundalk, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2006

Herman, Bernard L., Town House: Architecture and Material life in the Early American City, 1780-1830, Williamsburg, Va.: Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, and Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2005

Holcomb, Eric L., The City as Suburb: A History of Northeast Baltimore since 1660, Santa Fe, N.M.: Center for American Places, 2005

Henderson, Peter Harry, “Local Deals and the New Deal State: Implementing Federal Public Housing in Baltimore, 1933-1968,” Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 1994

Higham, Eileen, Tuscany-Canterbury: A Baltimore Neighborhood History, Baltimore: Maryland Historical   Society, 2004

Howland, Richard, and Eleanor Spencer, The Architecture of Baltimore, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1953

Hunter, Wilbur H., “Baltimore in the Revolutionary Generation,” in John B. Boles, ed., Maryland Heritage: Five  Baltimore Institutions Celebrate the American Bicentennial, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1976, 183-236

______________, The Story of America’s Oldest Museum Building, Baltimore: Peale Museum, 1964 [revised  entry & repositioned from between Hyde and Jones, below]

Hurry, Robert, The Discovery and Archeological Investigation of the Benjamin Banneker Homestead (18Ba282), Baltimore County, Maryland, Crownsville, Md.: Archeological Society of Maryland and  Maryland Historical Trust, 2002

Hyde, Bryden B., “Davidge Hall,” University of Maryland School of Medicine Bulletin 56 (July 1971), 1-8

Jones, Carleton, Lost Baltimore: A Portfolio of Vanished Buildings, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993

Keith, Robert C., Baltimore Harbor: A Picture History, 1982; revised ed., Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005

Kelly, Brian, “What’s Right (and Wrong) about the Inner Harbor,” Planning 58 (April 1992), 28-32

Kelly, Jacques, Bygone Baltimore: A Historical Portrait, Norfolk, Va.: Donning Co., 1982

____________, The Pratt Library Album: Baltimore Neighborhoods in Focus, Baltimore: Enoch Pratt Library, 1986

Kurtze, Peter, E., “Public School Buildings on the Lancasterian Plan, 1829-1839,” in Elizabeth Collins Cromley and Carter L. Hudgins, eds., Gender, Class, and Shelter: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, V, Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1995, 70-77

Lancaster, R. Kent, “Green Mount: The Introduction of the Rural Cemetery into Baltimore,” Maryland Historical Magazine 74 (March 1978), 62-79

Levin, Alexandra L., “Charles Nicholas Rogers and His Country Seat, ‘Druid Hill’,” Maryland Historical Magazine 72 (Spring 1977), 78-82

Levine, Marc V. “Downtown Redevelopment as an Urban Growth Strategy: A Critical Appraisal of the Baltimore Renaissance,” Journal of Urban Affairs 9:2 (1987), 103-123

Liscombe, Rhodri Windsor, Altogether American: Robert Mills, Architect and Engineer, New York: Oxford  University Press, 1994

Lynall, Katharine, “A Bicycle Built-for-Two: Public-Private Partnership in Baltimore,” National Civic Review 72 (November 1983), 531-571

McCarthy, Michael P., “Baltimore’s Highway Wars Revisited,” Maryland Historical Magazine 93 (Summer 1998), 136-157

__________________, “Park Visions in Confliect: Baltimore’s debate Over the Leakin Bequest,” Maryland Historical Magazine 98 (summer 2003), 186-203

____________________, “Renaissance Rivalry in Baltimore: One Charles Center vs. One North Charles,” Maryland Historical Magazine 90 (Summer 1995), 194-215

McGrain, John W., From Pig Iron to Cotton Duck: A History of Manufacturing Villages in Baltimore County, vol. 1, Towson, Md.: Baltimore County Library, 1985

_________________, Grist Mills in Baltimore County, Maryland, Towson, Md.: Baltimore County Public Library, 1980

Miller, J. Jefferson, “The Designs of the Washington Monument in Baltimore,” Journal of the Society of  Architectural Historians 23 (March 1964), 19-28

Miller, James Edward, “The Dowager of 33rd Street: Memorial Stadium and the Politics of Big-Time Sports in Maryland, 1954-1991,” Maryland Historical Magazine 87 (Summer 1992), 187-200
Miller, Mark B., Baltimore Transitions: Views of an American City in Flux, Baltimore: Pridemark Press, 1998

Moffson, Steven, “Richardsonian Romanesque Bank Buildings in Baltimore, 1884-1894,” M.A. thesis, University of Delaware, 1992

Mohl, Richard A., “Stop the Road: Freeway revolt in American Cities,” Journal of Urban History 30 (July 2004), 674-706

Moudry, Roberta M., “Gardens, Houses, and People: The Planning of Roland Park, Baltimore,” M.A. thesis,   Cornell University, 1990

__________________, “Gardens, Houses and People: The Planning of Roland Park, Baltimore,” in Proceedings

of the Fourth National Conference on American Planning History, Columbus, Ohio: Society for  American City and Regional Planning History, 1991, npp.

__________________, “Parking Baltimore: Park Planning in Baltimore, 1851-1905,” in Proceedings of the Third National Conference on American Planning History, Columbus, Ohio: Society of American City and Regional Planning History, 1989, npp.
Muller, Edward K., and Paul A. Groves, “The Emergence of Industrial Districts in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Baltimore,” in Robert Lewis, ed., Manufacturing Suburbs: Building Work and Home on the Metropolitan Fringe, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2004, 32-52, 248-252

Nelson, Lee H., “An Architectural History of Fort McHenry,” Philadelphia: National Park Service, 1961

Norton, Paul F., “The Architect of Calverton,” Maryland Historical Magazine 76 (June 1981), 113-123

Null, Druscilla Johanna, “The Development of the Dundalk Historic District, 1890-1985,” M.A. thesis, George Washington University, 1985 [U.S. Emergency Fleet Corporation community]
O’Donovan, Molly, and Brooke Gunning, Towson, Ruxton, & Lutherville, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 1999

Olson, Sherry H., Baltimore: The Building of an American City, 1980, rev. ed., Baltimore: Johns Hopkins  University Press, 1997

Orser, W. Edward, Blockbusting in Baltimore: The Edmondson Village Story, Lexington: University Press of  Kentucky, 1994

_____________, “A Tale of Two Park Plans: The Olmsted Vision for Baltimore and Seattle, 1903,” Maryland  Historical Magazine 98 (winter 2003), 466-483

Petersen, Peter B., The Great Baltimore Fire, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 2004

Perlman, Bernard B., “The Cost and Construction of Homewood,” Journal of the Society of Architectural  Historians 12 (March 1955), 26-28

Peterson, Charles E., Notes on Hampton Mansion, rev. ed., College Mark: National Trust for Historic  Preservation Library Collection, University of Maryland, 2000

Power, Garrett, “Entail in Two Cities: A Comparative Study of Long Term Leases in Birmingham, England and  Baltimore, Maryland 1700-1900,” Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 9 (Winter 1992), 315-324

_______________, “‘High Society’: The Building Height Limitation on Baltimore’s Mt. Vernon Place,” Maryland Historical Magazine 79 (Fall 1984), 197-219

_______________, “Parceling Out Land in the Vicinity of Baltimore: 1632-1796,” Maryland Historical Magazine 87 (Winter 1992), 453-466; and 88 (Summer 1993), 151-180

Raley, Robert L., “The Baltimore Country-House, 1785-1915,” M.A. thesis, University of Delaware, 1959

Reinberger, Mark Edward, “The Baltimore Exchange and Its Place in the Career of Benjamin Henry Latrobe,”  Ph.D. diss., Cornell University, 1988

Richmond, Peter, Ballpark: Camden Yards and the Building of an American Dream, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1993

Roth, Rodris, “Interior Decoration of City Houses in Baltimore: The Federal Period,” Winterthur Portfolio 5 (1969), 59-83

Ryon, Roderick N., West Baltimore Neighborhoods, Sketches of Their History, 1840-1960, Baltimore: University of Baltimore, Institute of Publications Design, 1993

Sandler, Gilbert, Jewish Baltimore: A Family Album, Baltimore; Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000

_____________, Small Town Baltimore: An Album of Memories, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002

Sarudy, Barbara Wells, “Genteel and Necessary Amusements: Public Pleasure Gardens in Eighteenth-Century Maryland,” Journal of Garden History 9 (July-September 1989), 118-124

_____________________, “A Late Eighteenth-Century ‘Tour’ of Baltimore Gardens,” Journal of Garden History 9 (July-September 1989), 125-140

Schalck, Harry G., “Mini-Revisionism in City Planning History: The Planners of Roland Park,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 29 (December 1970), 347-349

_________________, “Planning Roland Park, 1891-1900,” Maryland Historical Magazine 67 (Winter 1972), 419-428

Sharp, Henry K., The Patapsco River Valley: Cradle of the Industrial Revolution in Maryland, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 2001

Shivers, Frank R., Jr., Walking in Baltimore: An Intimate Guide to the Old City, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995

Shivers, Natalie W., Those Old Placid Rows: The Aesthetic and Development of the Baltimore Rowhouse, Baltimore: Maclay & Associates, 1981

Stanton, Phoebe, “The Peabody Library,” Maryland Historical Magazine 86 (Winter 1991), 423-435

Thomas, Dawn F., The Green Spring Valley: Its History and Heritage, vol. I, “A History and Historic Houses,” Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1978

Tripp, Susan Gerwe, “Evergreen House, Baltimore, Maryland,” Antiques 139 (February 1991), 388-397

__________________, “Homewood in Baltimore, Maryland,” Antiques 133 (January 1988), 248-257

Trostel, Michael F., Mount Clare, Being an Account of the Seat Built by Charles Carroll, Barrister, upon His  Lands at Patapsco, Baltimore: National Society of Colonial Dames of America, 1981

Turner, Paul V., Joseph Ramee: International Architect of the Revolutionary Era, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996

Verheyen, Egon, ed., Laurence Hall Fowler, Architect, 1876-1971, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press,  1984

Vill, Martha J., “Residential Development on a Landed Estate: The Case of Baltimore’s ‘Harlem’,” Maryland Historical Magazine 77 (Fall 1982), 266-278

Waesche, James F., A History of the Roland Park-Guilford-Homeland District, Baltimore: Maclay Associates, 1987

Wallace, David A., Urban Planning My Way, Chicago: Planners Press, American Planning Association, 2004

Warren, Marion E., and Michael P. McCarthy, The Living City — Baltimore’s Charles Center and Inner Harbor Development, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 2002

______________, and Mame Warren, Baltimore: When She Was What She Used to Be, 1850-1930, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1983

Weeks, Christopher, Alexander Smith Cochran: Modernist in Traditional Baltimore, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1995

Weidman, Gregory R., et al., Classical Maryland 1815-1845: Fine and Decorative Arts from the Golden Age, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1993

Wilson, Jane B., The Very Quiet Baltimorians: A Guide to the Historic Cemeteries and Burial Sites of Baltimore,  Shippensburg, Pa.: White Mare Publishing Co., 1991

Wise, Margaret Wight, Catonsville, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia. 2005
Wooden, Howard E., “The Rectory of St. Paul’s Parish, Baltimore: An Architectural History,” Maryland Historical Magazine 57 (September 1962), 210-228

Worrall, Margaret, ed., Hampton National Historic Site, Towson, Md.: Historic Hampton, 1986

Zalesch, Saul E., “Synagogue Building in Baltimore during the Nineteenth Century,” M.A. thesis, University of Delaware, 1984

Zucker, Kevin, “Falls and Stream Valleys: Frederick Law Olmsted and the Parks of Baltimore,” Maryland Historical Magazine 90 (Spring 1995), 72-96

Zembala, Dennis M., ed. Baltimore: Industrial Gateway of the Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore: Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1995

Regional Studies: Maryland

Arnold, Joseph L., Maryland: Old Line to New Prosperity, Northridge, Calif.: Windsor Publications, 1985

Bloom, Nicholas Dagen, Merchant of Illusion: James Rouse, America’s Salesman of the Businessman’s Utopia, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2004

Bourne, Michael, et al., “Architecture and Chance in the Chesapeake: A Field Tour,” Crownsville, Md.: Maryland Historical Trust, and Newark, Del.: Vernacular Architecture Forum, 1998

Carson, Cary, “The Virginia House in Maryland,” Maryland Historical Magazine 69 (Summer 1974), 185-196

____________, et al., “Impermanent Architecture in the Southern American Colonies,” Winterthur Portfolio 16  (Summer-Autumn 1981), 135-196

Carr, Lois Green, “‘The Metropolis of Maryland’: A Comment on Town Development Along the Tobacco Coast,” Maryland Historical Magazine 69 (Summer 1974), 124-145 [St. Mary’s City]

Dean, Mary, et al., 350 Years of Art and Architecture in Maryland, College Park: University of Maryland Art Gallery and Gallery of the School of Architecture, 1984

Dilts, James D., The Great Road: The Building of the Baltimore and Ohio, the Nation’s First Railroad, 1828- 1853, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1993

Forman, Henry Chandlee, The Architecture of the Old South: The Medieval Style, 1585-1850, 1948; reprint ed.,   New York: Russell & Russell, 1968

______________________, Early Manor Houses of Maryland: An Architectural and Historical Compendium,1634-1800, 1934; reprint ed., Baltimore: Bodine, 1982

______________________, Tidewater Maryland Architecture and Gardens, New York: Bonanza Books, 1956

Forsyth, Ann, Reforming Suburbia: The Planned Communities of Irvine, Columbia, and The Woodlands, Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005

Holland, F. Ross, Maryland Lighthouses of the Chesapeake Bay — An Illustrated History, Crownsville: Maryland Historical Trust, 1996

Horn, James P., “‘The Bare Necessities’: Standards of Living in England and the Chesapeake, 1650-1700,” Historical Archaeology 22:2 (1988), 74-91

Kanarek, Harold, The Mid-Atlantic Engineers: A History of the Baltimore District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1774-1974, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, n.d. [ca. 1976]

Kellner, Barbara, Columbia, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia. 2005

King, Julia A., “”’The Transient Nature of All Things Sublunary’: Romanticism, History, and Ruins in Nineteenth-Century Maryland,” in Rebecca Yamin and Karen Bescherer Metheny, eds., Landscape

Archaeology: Reading and Interpreting the American Historical Landscape, Knoxville: University of  Tennessee Press, 1996, 249-272

Lane, Mills B., Architecture of the Old South, Maryland, New York: Abbeville Press, 1991

Lanier, Gabrielle M., and Bernard L. Herman, Everyday Architecture in the Mid-Atlantic: Looking at Buildings and Landscapes, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997

Legler, Dixie, and Carol M. Highsmith, Historic Bridges of Maryland, Crownsville, Md.: Maryland Historical Trust Press for the Maryland Department of Transportation, 2002

Lounsbury, Carl, ed., An Illustrated Glossary of Early Southern Architecture and Landscape, New York: Oxford University Press, 1994

Lumbard, Frances Barbour, “The Railroad and the Landscapes of Leisure: Resort Development by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1870-1910,” M.A. thesis, George Washington University, 1994

McDaniel, George W., Hearth & Home: Preserving a People’s Culture, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1982

Marzio, Peter, “Carpentry in the Southern Colonies During the Eighteenth Century with Emphasis on Maryland  and Virginia,” Winterthur Portfolio 7 (1972), 229-250

Miller, Henry M., “Baroque Cities in the Wilderness: Archaeology and Urban Development in the Colonial Chesapeake,” Historical Archaeology 22:2 (1988), 57-73

Olsen, Joshua, Better Places, Better Lives: A Biography of James Rouse, Washington: Urban Land Institute,  2003

Pogue, Robert E.T., Old Maryland Landmarks, Bushwood, Md.: by the author, 1972

Preston, Edmund, et al., Maryland Aloft: A Celebration of Aviators, Airfields and Aerospace, Cronwsville, Md.: Maryland Historical Trust, 2003

Raley, Robert L., “Early Maryland Plasterwork and Stuccowork,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 20 (October 1961), 131-135

Reps, John W., Tidewater Towns: City Planning in Colonial Virginia and Maryland, Williamsburg: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1992

Rhodes, Jason, Maryland’s Amusement Parks, Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia, 2005

Rice, Laura, Maryland History in Prints 1743-1900< Baltimore Historical Society, 2002

Sarudy, Barbara Wells, Gardens and Gardening in the Chesapeake 1700-1805, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998

Shackel, Paul A., and Barbara J. Little, eds., Historical Archaeology of the Chesapeake, Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1994

Shomette, Donald G., Lost Towns of Tidewater Maryland, Centreville, Md.: Tidewater Publishers, 2000

Soderberg, Susan Cooke, “Lest We Forget”: A Guide to Civil War Monuments in Maryland, Shippensburg, Pa.: White Mane Publishing Company, 1995

Stone, Gary Wheeler, “The Roof Leaked, But the Price Was Right: The Virginia House Reconsidered,” Maryland Historical Magazine 99 (fall 2004), 312-328

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

Three Centuries of Maryland Architecture, [Annapolis]: Maryland Historical Trust and Society for the Preservation of Maryland Antiquities, 1982

Warren, Mame, and Marion E. Warren, Maryland Time Exposures 1840-1940, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984

Wennersten, John R., “Soil Miners Redux: The Chesapeake Environment, 1680-1810,” Maryland Historical Magazine 91 (Summer 1996), 157-179

Anderson, Elizabeth B., Annapolis: A Walk Through History, Centreville: Maryland Tidewater Publishers, 1984

Baker, Nancy T., “Annapolis, Maryland 1695-1730,” Maryland Historical Magazine 81 (Fall 1986), 191-209

Beckerdite, Luke, “William Buckland Reconsidered: Architectural Carving in Chesapeake Maryland, 1771-1774,” Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts 8 (November 1982), 42-88

Brand, Barbara, “William Buckland in Maryland,” M.A. thesis, George Washington University, 1979

Brown, Margaret A., “Ambition in Brick: The William Brown House, 1758-1785,” M. A. thesis, University of Delaware, 1984

Christiensen, John, with Charles Bohl, McDowell Hall at St. John’s College in Annapolis, Annapolis: St. John’s  College, 1989

Davis, Deering, Annapolis Houses: 1700-1775, New York: Bonanza Books, 1947

Elder, William Voss, III, and Lu Bartlett, John Shaw, Cabinetmaker of Annapolis, Baltimore: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1983

Lindauer, Anthony, From Parks to Plats: The Development of Annapolis: 1651-1718, Annapolis: Maryland State Archives, and Crownsville: Maryland Historical Trust, 1997

Matthews, Christopher N., An Archaeology of History and Tradition: Monuments of Danger in the Annapolis Landscape, New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2002

Miller, Marcia M., and Orlando Ridout V, eds., Architecture in Annapolis: A Field Guide, 1998; revised ed. Crownsville, Md.: Maryland Historical Trust, 2001 [revised entry]

_________________, “The Chase-Lloyd House,” M.A. thesis, George Washington University, 1993

Papenfuse, Edward C., “Doing Good to Posterity”: The Move of the Capital of Maryland from St. Mary’s City to  Ann Arundell Towne, Now Called Annapolis, Annapolis: Maryland State Historical Society, and Crownsville: Maryland Historical Trust, 1995

___________________, In Pursuit of Profit: The Annapolis Merchants in the Era of the American Revolution, 163-1805, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975

Pierson, William L., “The Hammond-Harwood House: A Colonial Masterpiece,” Antiques 111 (January 1977), 186-193

Potter, Parker B., Jr., Public Archaeology in Annapolis: A Critical Approach to History in Maryland’s Ancient City, Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1994

Radoff, Morris L., The State House at Annapolis, Annapolis: Hall of Records Commission, Department of  General Services, 1972

Ridout, Orlando IV, “The Brice House, Annapolis, Maryland,” M.A. thesis, University of Maryland, 1978

Risjord, Norman K., Builders of Annapolis: Enterprise and Politics in a Colonial Capital, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1997

Scarlett, Charles, Jr., “Governor Horatio Sharpe’s Whitehall,” Maryland Historical Magazine 46 (March 1951), 8-26

Shackel, Paul A., et al. eds., Annapolis Pasts: Historical Archaeology in Annapolis, Maryland, Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1998

Tatum, George B., “Great Houses of the Golden Age of Annapolis,” Antiques 111 (January 1977), 174-185

Warren, Mame, Then Again…Annapolis, 1900-1965, Annapolis: Time Exposures Limited, 1990

Warren, Marion E., and Mary Elizabeth Warren, “The Train’s Done Been and Gone”: An Annapolis Portrait, 1859-1910, Boston: David R. Godine, 1976

Other Areas in Maryland
Bassye, Katherine G., “‘Essential if Regimental Esprit Is to Be Developed’: Army Family Housing at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland,” M.A. thesis, George Washington University, 1999

Bloom, Nicholas Dagen, Suburban Alchemy: 1960s New Towns and the Transformation of the American Dream, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2001 [Columbia]

Blumgart, Pamela James, et al., At the Head of the Bay: A Cultural and Architectural History of Cecil County, Maryland, Elkton, Md.: Cecil Historical Trust, and Crownsville: Maryland Historical Trust Press, 1996

Bodenstein, William G., “St. Michaels, Maryland: An 18th Century Speculative Development,” Maryland Historical Magazine 80 (Fall 1985), 228-239

Bourne, Michael O., Historic Houses of Kent County, Chestertown, Md.: Historical Society of Kent County, 1998

Christensen, Carol A., The American Garden City and the New Towns Movement, Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, 1986 [Columbia]

Cramm, Joetta M., Howard County: A Pictorial History, Norfolk: Donning Company, 1987

Doephens, William P. Excavations at Warren Duval’s Middle Plantation of South River Hundred, Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1991

Getty, Joe, Carroll’s Heritage: Essays on the Architecture of a Piedmont Maryland County, Westminster, Md.: Carroll County Commissioners and Historical Society of Carroll County, 1987

Hughes, Elizabeth, Historic St. Michels: An Architectural History, St. Michaels, Md.: Historic St. Michaels –  Bay Hundred, 1996

Inventory of Historic Sites in Calvert County, Charles County and St. Mary’s County, Annapolis: Maryland Historical Trust, 1980

Inventory of Historic Sites in Caroline County, Annapolis: Maryland Historical Trust, 1980

Jopling, Carol F., Churches of Somerset County, Maryland: Evolving Church Architecture in the Changing Rural

Landscape of Somerset County, Maryland, 1660-1993, Annapolis: Annapolis Publishing Co., 2000

Larew, Marilynn M., Bel Air: An Architectural and Cultural History 1782-1945, Bel Air, Md.: Town of Bel Air, and Crownsville: Maryland Historical Trust, 1995

Neill, Robert, et al., Chestertown, Maryland: An Inventory of Historic Sites, Town of Chestertown, 1980

Rivoire, J. Richard, Homeplaces: Traditional Domestic Architecture of Charles County, Maryland, La Plata, Md.: Southern Maryland Studies Center, Charles County Community College, 1990

Schock, Mildred C., Of History and Houses: A Kent Island Heritage, Queenstown, Md.: Queen Anne Press, 1982

Shaw, Diane, “Building an Urban Identity: The Clustered Spires of Frederick, Maryland,” in Elizabeth Collins Cromley and Carter L. Hudgins, eds., Gender, Class, and Shelter: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, V, Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1995, 55-68

Stone, Gary Wheeler, “Society, Housing, and Architecture in Early Maryland: John Lewger’s St. John’s,” Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1982

Tennenbaum, Robert, ed., Creating a New City: Columbia, Maryland, Columbia, Md.: Partners in Community Building and Perry Publishing, 1996

Touart, Paul Baker, Along the Seaboard Side: The Architectural History of Worcester County, Maryland, Snow Hill, Md.: Worcester County Commissioners, 1994

__________________, Somerset: An Architectural History, Crownsville: Maryland Historical Trust, 1990

Ware, Donna M., Anne Arundel’s Legacy: The Historic Properties of Anne Arundel County, Crownsville: Maryland Historical Trust, 1990

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