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Extension Agents
G. David Hitchcock, County Director; Joanne
M. Bordelon; Wallace T. Garrett; James R.
Kahler; Sandra M. Mason; Mary Ellen New-
man; Constance Pergerson.

Soil Conservation District Supervisors

Clifton H. Wayson, Chairperson, 1990; Edward
0. Shepherd, 1987; Isaac Winterson Prout,
1989; Norman A. Berg, 1991; Kenneth Carr,
County appointee; Ray F. Chapman, associate;
John N. Trudell, associate; Wallace T. Garrett,
Extension Agent, Secretary (nonvoting). James
W. Wist, Jr., District Conservationist; Lillian
Griffith, District Manager.


Origin: Originally incorporated in 1796 (Chapter
68, Acts of 1796). Baltimore City, as a
governmental unit, was separated from
Baltimore County in 1851.

Name: Derived from the name of the
Proprietary's Irish Barony.

City Code: See Baltimore City Code (1983) with
supplements. Also see City of Baltimore
Municipal Handbook,
(1983) for function and
history of City agencies-
Area: 92.01 sq. miles (80.34 land, 11.67 water)

Population. 1900: 508,957; 1950: 949,708; 1960:
939,024; 1970: 905,787; 1980: 786,775.

Voter Registration, Oct. 7, 1987. Democrat:
350,297; Republican: 32,096; Other Parties:
491; No Party Affiliation: 14,595; Total:

Per Capita Income, 1985 (estimated): $9,224

Colleges/Universities: Baltimore Hebrew College,
Community College of Baltimore, Coppin State
College, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola
College, Maryland Institute College of Art,
Morgan State University, Ner Israel Rabbinical
College, College of Notre Dame of Maryland,
Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins
University, St. Mary's Seminary and University,
Sojourner-Douglass College, University of
Baltimore, University of Maryland at

Museums: Babe Ruth Birthplace/Maryland
Baseball Hall of Fame Museum (Orioles
Museum), 216 Emory St., Baltimore; Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad Museum, 901 W. Pratt St.,
Baltimore 21223; Baltimore City Life
Museums, 800 E. Lombard St., Baltimore
21202; Baltimore Museum of Art, Art Museum
Drive, Baltimore 21218; Baltimore Industrial
Museum, 1415 Key Highway, Baltimore 21230;
Baltimore Public Works Museum, 701 Eastern
Ave., Baltimore 21202; Baltimore Streetcar
Museum, 1901 Falls Rd., Baltimore 21211;
Carroll Mansion, 800 E. Lombard St.,
Baltimore 21202; City of Baltimore Fire
Museum, Gay and Ensor Sts., Baltimore 21202;
Cloisters Children's Museum of Baltimore,
10440 Falls Road, Brooklandville 21022; Eubie
Blake Cultural Center, 409 N. Charles St.,
Baltimore 21201; Fort McHenry National
Monument and Historic Shrine, East Fort Ave.,
Baltimore 21230; Graphic Arts Museum of
Maryland, 146 N. Gay St., Baltimore 21202;
Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum, 1320 Eutaw
Place, Baltimore 21219; Liberian Museum,
Baltimore City College Library, 3220 The
Alameda (at 33rd St.), Baltimore 21218; Lovely
Lane Museum, 2200 St. Paul St., Baltimore
21218; Maryland Science Center, 601 Light St.,
Baltimore 21230; H. L. Mencken House, 1524
Hollins St., Baltimore 21223; Mount Clare
Mansion, Carroll Park, Baltimore 21230;
Museum of Baltimore Legal History, Court
House West, 2nd floor. 111 N. Calvert St.,
Baltimore 21202; Peale Museum, 225 Holliday
St., Baltimore 21202; Edgar Allan Poe House,
203 N. Amity St., Baltimore 21223; Radcliffe
Maritime Museum, 201 W. Monument St.,
Baltimore 21201; Star-Spangled Banner Flag
House Association, Inc., 844 E. Pratt St.,
Baltimore 21202; Walters Art Gallery, Charles
and Centre Sts., Baltimore 21201; Young
People's Museum of Maryland History, 201 W.
Monument St., Baltimore 21201; U.S.F.
Constellation, Pier 1, Pratt St., Baltimore,

Historical Societies: Baltimore Conference United
Methodist Historical Society, 2200 St. Paul St.,
Baltimore 21218; Jewish Historical Society of
Maryland, Inc., 15 Lloyd St., Baltimore 21202;
Maryland Historical Society, 201 W.
Monument St., Baltimore 21201; Maryland
House and Garden Pilgrimage, 600 W.
Chesapeake Ave., Baltimore 21204; Society for
the History of the Germans in Maryland, 231
St. Paul PI., Baltimore 21202.


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