Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Roberta Sheridan
MSA SC 3520-12385
African American Teacher, Baltimore County and Baltimore City


Three images of Roberta Sheridan's home in the Sandtown-Winchester area of Baltimore City were taken as a part of the original "The Road from Frederick to Thurgood" project. This was Sheridan's final residence; she was assigned the house by Margaret Hunter, possibly a fellow teacher, in 1914. Hester M. Biddle, Sheridan's daughter inherited the assignment when her mother died in 1918. The house was built between 1902 and 1907 and in the late 1990s the owner was in the process of refurbishing the house.

1. Front of house, first image.

2. Front of house, second image.

3. Back of house.

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