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Source Guide to the Civil Rights Movement
This guide provides a listing of sources related to the civil rights movement that can be found in the Maryland Historical Society’s collection. This is an updated and expanded list of civil rights related sources found in the Guide to African American Sources. Materials listed relate to the 20th century civil rights movement, segregation, and other related topics such as Pennsylvania Avenue.
Materials include manuscript and photograph collections, books, journals, pamphlets, and oral histories. The general collection contains books both specifically related to Maryland as well as general works on African American history and the civil rights movement. The oral history collection is a particularly valuable resource for the civil rights movement in Maryland, containing interviews with many of the participants.
Please note that this list is not comprehensive. (Last updated on 7/3/2012)
Please see the Guide to African American Sources for additional sources on African American history from the 17th century to the 20th century.
The items from the General Collection listed here include books, pamphlets, journals, and items on microfilm. The general collection contains books both specifically related to Maryland as well as general works on African American history and the civil rights movement.
The African American Experience: personal and social activism in the 19th and 20th centuries
Edited by Karen L.T. Ackerman
Bowie, Md: Heritage Books, 2004.
E 185.6 .A24 2004
African Americans and the living Constitution
Edited by John Hope Franklin and Genna Rae McNeil
Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1995.
KF 4757 .A5 A44 1995
The African American experience: personal and social activism in the 19th and 20th centuries
Edited by Karen L.T. Ackerman.
Bowie, Md.: Heritage Books, 2004.
E 185.6 .A24 2004
All deliberate speed: reflections on the first half century of Brown v. Board of Education
Ogletree, Charles J. Jr.
New York: W.W. Norton & Co., c2004.
KF 4757 .O35 2004
McClure, James, 1954-
York, Pa.: York Daily Record: York County Heritage Trust [distributor], c2002.
F 157 .Y6 M36 2002
The amalgamation waltz: race, performance, and the ruses of memory
Ochieng' Nyongó, Tavia Amolo.
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2009.
E 184 .A1 O25
The American Negro, his history and literature: Thirty years of lynching in the United States, 1889-1918.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
New York: Arno Press, 1969.
And grace will lead me home: the ministry of Rev. Marcus Garvey Wood: covering fifty years, 1945-1995
Marcus Garvey Wood.
Baltimore, MD (1001 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21202): Gateway Press, 1998.
BX 6455 .W66 A3 1998
An American city in transition: the Baltimore community self-survey of inter-group relations.
Maryland Commission on Interracial Problems and Relations
"An idea whose time has come": from segregation to integration at Towson State College 1935 to 1973.
Stafford, Ellenor K.
Baltimore: [s.n.], 1973.
Annual report [1924-] Baltimore Urban League (Md.)
[S.l. : s.n., 1924-]
Annual report of the Commission on Interracial Problems and Relations to the Governor and General Assembly of Maryland
Maryland. Commission on Interracial Problems and Relations [Baltimore, Md.]: The Commission, 1953-.
E 185.93 .M2 A35
Apartheid Baltimore style; the residential segregation ordinances of 1910-1913
[s.l.] : [s.n.], [n.d.]
Atheneum, NL 7. Studies in American Negro life - The black worker: the Negro and the labor movement
Sterling D. Spero & Abram L. Harris. With a new preface by Herbert G. Gutman.
New York: Atheneum, 1968 [c1959]
The Baltimore Elite Giants: sport and society in the age of Negro League baseball
Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.
GV 875 .N35 L85
Baltimore '68: riots and rebirth in an American city
Edited by Jessica I. Elfenbein, Thomas L. Hollowak, and Elizabeth M. Nix.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2011.
MF 212 .B336
Baltimore street map, with each block serially numbered and a rubber stamp "Dept. of Assessments." Internal evidence (e.g. racial segregation in Druid Hill Park, site for anticipated cathedral on north Baltimore street map, with each block serially numbered and a rubber stamp "Dept. of Assessments." Internal evidence (e.g. racial segregation in Druid Hill Park, site for anticipated cathedral on north Charles St., etc.) suggest a date in the 1930's.
[s.l.] : [s.n.], [n.d.]
Before us lies the timber: the segregated high school of Montgomery County, Maryland, 1927-1960
Warrick S. Hill.
Silver Spring, MD: Bartleby Press, c2003.
MF 187 M7 .H55
Behind the backlash: white working-class politics in Baltimore, 1940-1980
Kenneth D. Durr
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c2003.
HD 8079 .B2 D87 2003
Between justice and beauty: race, planning, and the failure of urban policy in Washington, D.C.
Howard Gillette, Jr.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, c1995.
HN 80 .W3 G55 1995
Between white and black; the faces of American institutions in the ghetto
Supplemental studies for the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders
New York, Praeger 
E185.61 .S94 1968b
Bigotry in the United States
Myers, Gustavus, 1872-1942.
New York: Random house, 1943.
BR 516 .M9
The Bill of Rights: a lively heritage
Edited by Jon Kukla; essays by Lawrence Delbert Cress ... [et al.].
Richmond: Virginia State Library, and Archives, 1987.
Blacks and the White House
Petersborough, N.H.: Cobblestone Pub., 2002.
E 185 .B53 2002
The Black Experience in Maryland
Rollo, Vera A. Foster.
Lanham, Md: Maryland Historical Press, c1980.
Black heritage (formerly Negro Heritage)
Reston, Va.: Sylvestre C. Watkins, Sr., 1977-1982.
Black power in the suburbs: the myth or reality of African-American suburban political incorporation
Valerie C. Johnson
Albany: State University of New York Press, c2002.
F 187 .P9 J64
The Black Muslims in America
Lincoln, C. Eric (Charles Eric), 1924-
Foreword by Gordon Allport.
Boston: Beacon Press, 
Essien-Udom, Essien Udosen.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962.
Black odyssey: the story of the Negro in America
Ottley, Roi, 1906-
New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1950.
Black social capital: the politics of school reform in Baltimore, 1986-1998
Orr, Marion, 1962-
Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, c1999.
LC 2803 .B35 O77
Black women in the United States: from colonial times to the 1980's
Gregory, Chester W.
Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press ; Baltimore, MD (1302 Lincolnwood Dr., 21228) :
Book orders to C.W. Gregory, 2004.
E 185.86 .G75 2004
Blockbusting in Baltimore: the Edmondson Village story
W. Edward Orser
Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, c1994.
Brown in Baltimore: school desegregation and the limits of liberalism
Baum, Howell S.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2010.
MLC 214.23 B35 B38
Celebrating a century of service: the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. courthouse 1900-2000
[Baltimore, Md.?: Centennial Committee?, 1999?]
NA 4473 .B2 C4 1999
A century of "separate but equal" education in Anne Arundel County
Philip L. Brown
New York: Vantage Press, c1988.
City life--a perspective from Baltimore, 1968-1978
Evans, Paul Fairfax.
Columbia, Md: C.H. Fairfax Co., c1981.
F 189 .B145 E9 1981
Civil war on Race Street: the civil rights movement in Cambridge, Maryland
Levy, Peter B.; foreword by Stanley Harrold and Randall J. Miller, series editors
Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2004.
MF 187 .D6 L485
Chicago University. Population Research and Training Center. Monographs Negroes in cities: residential segregation and neighborhood change
Karl E. Taeuber and Alma F. Taeuber
Chicago: Aldine Pub. Co., 
Desegregating the altar: the Josephites and the struggle for Black priests, 1871-1960
Ochs, Stephen J.
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, c1990.
A documentary history of the Negro people in the United States
Aptheker, Herbert, ed. (Preface by W.E.B. Du Bois)
New York: Citadel Press, -.
E185.A58 Main Reading Room
Druid Hill Park: the heart of historic Baltimore
Bowditch, Eden Unger and Anne Draddy
Charleston, SC: History Press, 2008.
MF 242 .D6 B785
From slavery to freedom: a history of Negro Americans
Franklin, John Hope, 1915-
New York: Knopf, 
"Got my mind set on freedom": Maryland's story of black & white activism, 1663-2000
Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 2002.
E 185.93 .M2 M55 2002
Here lies Jim Crow: civil rights in Maryland
Smith, C. Fraser
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008.
E 185.93 .M2 S65
History of Blacks in Howard County, Maryland: oral history, schooling, and contemporary issues
Cornelison, Alice, Silas E. Craft, Sr., and Lillie Price under the auspices of the Howard County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Columbia, Md. (P.O. Box 662, Columbia 21045): Howard County, Maryland, NAACP, c1986.
The Howard University bibliography of African and Afro-American religious studies: with locations in American libraries
Compiled by Ethel L. Williams and Clifton F. Brown
Wilmington, Del: Scholarly Resources, 1977
In Black America, 1968: the year of awakening
Compiled and edited with an introduction by Patricia W. Romero.
New York: Publishers Co., 
International library of Negro life and history: The Negro in music and art
New York: Publishers Co., 
Journal of the African American Historical and Genealogical Society
Washington, D.C.: The Society, 1980-1994.
E 185 .A25
Journal of Negro history
Washington, D.C.: Association for the study of Negro life and history.
A journey through Berkley, Maryland: a tapestry of black and white lives woven together over 200 years at a rural crossroads
Constance R. Beims, Christine P. Tolbert
Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 2003.
MF 187 .H2 B45
Knights of the razor: black barbers in slavery and freedom
Douglas Walter Bristol, Jr.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, c2009.
HD 8039 .B32 U6195
Leading the Race: the transformation of the Black elite in the nation's capital, 1880-1920
Moore, Jacqueline M., 1965-
Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1999.
E 185.93 .D6 M66 1999
Lion in the Lobby: Clarence Mitchell, Jr.'s struggle for the passage of civil rights laws
Watson, Denton L.
New York: Morrow, c 1990.
Lonely eagles: the story of America's Black Air Force in World War II
Rose, Robert, 1932-
Los Angeles: Tuskegee Airmen, Western Region, [c1980]
The negro community of Baltimore
Reid, Ira De Augustine, 1901-1968.
Chicago: Sylvestre C. Watkins, 1961-
Negro history bulletin
Washington, D.C.: Association for the study of Negro life and history.
Negroes in cities: residential segregation and neighborhood change
Karl E. Taeuber and Alma F. Taeuber.
Chicago: Aldine Pub. Co., 
The Negro in the making of America
[New York]: Collier Books, 
Negro problem solved
O'Neil, Socrate Abelard E.
Baltimore, Md.: S. A. E. O'Neil, [c1918]
Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American City
Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2010.
One Hundred and Forty Years of African American Freedom in the U.S.A. God's providential history: 1865-2005
Edited by Leroy Fitts
Papers on inter-racial problems: communicated to the First Universal Races Congress, held at the University of London, July 26-29, 1911
Edited for the Congress Executive, by G. Spiller. London, P. S. King; Boston, World's Peace Foundation, 1911.
Miami, Fla.: Mnemosyne Pub. Co., 
Polish-black encounters: a history of Polish and black relations in America since 1619
Joseph A. Wytrwal
Detroit, Mich.: Endurance Press, 1982.
Round and round together: taking a merry-go-round ride into the civil rights movement
Philadelphia, PA: Paul Dry Books, 2011.
MF 255 .B19 N458
Studies in race relations
McManus, Eugene P.
Baltimore: Josephite Press, 1961.
Tell all the children our story: memories and mementos of being young and Black in America
New York: Abrams, 2001.
E 185.86 .B633 2001
The shadow of equality: [microform] the Negro in Baltimore, 1864-1911
Paul, William George.
This American People
Johnson, Gerald W. (Gerald White), 1890-1980.
New York: Harper, 
Toward equality, Baltimore's Progress report: a chronicle of progress since World War II toward the achievement of equal rights and opportunities for Negroes in Maryland
Sidney Hollander Foundation
Baltimore. [Baltimore, 1960]
Wendell Phillips: a centennial oration delivered at Park street church, Boston, November 28, 1911.
Stafford, Wendell Phillips, b. 1861.
New York: National association for the advancement of colored people, 
Woodholme: A Black Man's Story of Growing Up Alone
Farrar, Straus and Giroux Farrar, Straus and Giroux Paperbacks, August 2004
The links provided below will take you to a finding aid or catalog entry for each collection.
Newspaper clippings about WW I, with marginal comments by William Ellinger, and including clippings of many "Letters to the Editor" by Ellinger. Also clippings on the revival meetings of Billy Sunday and the "Negro problem" in 1918.
Edwin Warfield was a lawyer, Governor of MD 1904-1908, and President of the Maryland Historical Society, 1913-1920. One of the scarpbooks in the collections contains material on the “Negro problem.”
Sidney Hollander was a Baltimore MD businessman, owner of the MD Pharmaceutical Co., who devoted most of his spare time and much of his retirement to volunteer work in the fields of social welfare and social reform. He served numerous private and public philanthropic organizations as an officer and board member and gained prominence on both the local and national welfare scenes. This large collection deals almost exclusively with his long career as a social activist and reformer, a career which spanned 1938-71 and which led Hollander to grapple with a wide variety of American social problems.
Collection consists of 9 family history research papers written for a course given at UMBC entitled "Perspectives on the Family". Four of the papers document the experiences of African Americans in the first half of the 20th century.
Collection contains five items (1972-78) relating to Mr. and Mrs. Hans Froelicher Jr.'s involvement in the early urban renewal and desegregation efforts in Baltimore (1940s-60s).
Collection consists of nine family history research papers 1979-80 written for a course offered at UMBC entitled "Perspectives on the Family". A few of the papers contain material on African American family life and racial discrimination.
Collection contains correspondence, oral history transcripts, typescripts of speeches and books, and subject files. The bulk of the material concerns Dr. Pullen's contribution to education in MD, especially the desegregation of public schools and the accreditation of the University of Baltimore.
The collection consists of memorabilia related to the life of Harry Sythe Cummings. Cummings was one of the first two African American men to receive the Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Maryland. He was also the first African American member of the City Council of Baltimore City.
Personal papers, correspondence, and publications owned by Paul Samuel Henderson and Elizabeth Johnson Henderson. Paul Henderson was a staff photographer for the Afro-American newspaper until ca. 1945 after which he focused on his freelance photography business. He documented the Baltimore African American community and many civil rights related activities.
The collection consists of two boxes of miscellaneous print ephemera that documents African American civic, political, and religious life in twentieth-century Maryland. This material is organized thematically. The majority of items are publications from Baltimore churches, institutions, schools and colleges, and civic organizations and programs from the funerals of prominent African Americans, including Clarence M. Mitchell and Justice Thurgood Marshall. The political material primarily relates to the Democratic Party and African American politicians in Baltimore. Ms. Hines was plaintiff in the Enoch Pratt Free Library suit to integrate training classes in 1943.
The photograph collections listed below contain over 7500 images, many of which are related to the civil rights movement. The Paul Henderson Photograph Collection provides a particularly strong record of the civil rights movement and related subjects.
Paul Henderson was a photographer for the Afro-American Newspaper. His photographs document Baltimore’s African American community during the years 1940-1960. Civil rights related subjects that Henderson photographed include: the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); the Baltimore Urban League; civil rights demonstrations; Pennsylvania Avenue; Morgan State College (now Morgan State University) and more.
PP177, The Childress Photograph Collection
This collection is currently being processed and will be available soon.
Cummings was one of the first two African American men to receive the Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Maryland. He was also the first African American member of the City Council of Baltimore City. The collection includes photographic prints, one etched plate with wood backing, six framed photographs, and postcards.
Sidney Hollander was a Baltimore MD businessman, owner of the MD Pharmaceutical Co., who devoted most of his spare time and much of his retirement to volunteer work in the fields of social welfare and social reform. He served numerous private and public philanthropic organizations as an officer and board member and gained prominence on both the local and national welfare scenes. The collection contains 42 photographs. Includes prints, negatives, and one 35mm slide.
Baltimore – Streets – Pennsylvania Avenue, 1956, 1960, 1961, not dated, (ca1950-1960)
Consists of 11 prints relating to Pennsylvania Avenue, the African-American shopping and entertainment district. Most of the images are of the Sphinx Club, one of the nation’s first minority owned membership night clubs. The Sphinx Club was open from 1946 to the mid 1990s
The Maryland Historical Society’s collection of more than 1000 oral histories is particularly strong on the civil rights movement and related topics. There are a few individual projects or series that focus specifically on the civil rights movement such as the McKeldin-Jackson Project. Some of these projects are unprocessed; special collections staff hope to have them available for public use soon. There are also many interviews that discuss various aspects of the civil rights movement, segregation, and related topics that are part of projects not specifically focusing on the civil right movement. Links provided below will take you to the specific project page containing inventories of interviews, project descriptions, and other resources.
This project consists of 92 oral histories that examine the civil rights era by focusing on the roles played by civil rights pioneer and Baltimore NAACP President Lillie May Jackson and Governor Theodore R. McKeldin. Follow the link above to view a list of the interviewees with summaries, a project description, and other resources.
OH 8020, Caroline Ramsay
OH 8047, Mildred Momberger
OH 8067, Arthur J. Payne
OH 8094, Virginia Jackson Kiah & Juanita Jackson Mitchell
OH 8095, Juanita Jackson Mitchell
OH 8097, Juanita Jackson Mitchell & Viginia Jackson Kiah
OH 8099, Peggy Waxter
OH 8100, Louis Shub
OH 8101, Peter Marudas
OH 8102, Robert B. Watts
OH 8103, Harry Cole
OH 8104, David Glenn
OH 8105, Thelma Turner
OH 8106, Marshall S. Jones, Jr.
OH 8110, Enolia McMillan
OH 8111, Earle Poorbaugh
OH 8112, David Glenn
OH 8113, Marshall Bright, Sr.
OH 8114, Clifton Jones
OH 8115, Glenn Grossman
OH 8116, H. Warren Buckler
OH 8117, Louise Kerr Hines
OH 8118, Chester L. Wickwire
OH 8119, Thomas J. D’Alesandro, III
OH 8120, Charles E. Watts
OH 8121, Samuel Hopkins
OH 8122, Frieda Coleman
OH 8123, Esther Lazarus
OH 8124, John L. Berry
OH 8125, William A. ‘Box’ Harris
OH 8126, Virginia Jackson Kiah
OH 8127, Edward N. Wilson
OH 8128, Marion Bascom
OH 8129, Frank L. Williams
OH 8130, Thomas M. Hugh
OH 8131, Vernon Dobson
OH 8132, John R. Hargrove
OH 8133, W. George Collins
OH 8134, J.E.T. Camper
OH 8135, Juanita Jackson Mitchell
OH 8136, Leon Sachs
OH 8137, Silas Craft
OH 8138, Evelyn Burrell
OH 8139, Donald G. Murray
OH 8140, Elizabeth Murphy Moss
OH 8141, Margaret L. Dyer
OH 8142, Elizabeth D. Randall
OH 8143, Winifred O. Bryson
OH 8144, Solomon Liss
OH 8145, Verda D. Welcome
OH 8146, Lane Berk
OH 8147, Troy Brailey
OH 8148, J. Marshall Stewart
OH 8149, Susie Murphy
OH 8150, D. Eldred Rinehart
OH 8151, Katherine Rinehart
OH 8152, James Hepbron
OH 8153, Raymond A. C. Young
OH 8154, Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr.
OH 8155, Mildred Kemp Momberger
OH 8156, Joseph Carter
OH 8157, Paul Bailey
OH 8158, WBAL Radio Program
OH 8159, Tucker D. Dearing
OH 8160, Luther H. Stuckey
OH 8161, Louis Goldstein
OH 8162, Homer Favor
OH 8163, Martin D. Jenkins
OH 8164, Vernon Naimaster
OH 8166, Charles Whiteford
OH 8167, Eugene Feinblatt
OH 8168, Victor Frenkel
OH 8169, J. Millard Tawes
OH 8170, Parren Mitchell
OH 8171, Milton Allen
OH 8172, Walter Sondheim, Jr.
OH 8173, David W. Zimmerman
OH 8174, Clarence Blount
OH 8175, James W. Rouse
OH 8176, Lawrence Cardinal Shehan
OH 8177, Theodore R. McKeldin
OH 8181, Theodore R. McKeldin, Jr.
OH 8182, McKeldin-Jackson Project Colloquium
OH 8183, Juanita Jackson Mitchell
OH 8198, Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr.
OH 8209, Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr.
OH 8210, William Adams
OH 8211, Bowen Kieffer Jackson
OH 8212, Nancy Ann Krieger
OH 8213, McKeldin-Jackson Project – Background materials
OH 8259, Frances Morton Froelicher
OH 8282, Theodore R. McKeldin, Jr.
This project contains one interview dealing with the civil rights movement. A former manager at BGE, Anton Endler discusses his service as a member of the Maryland National Guard and his experiences during the Cambridge Riots of 1963 and the Baltimore Riots of 1968.
OH 8458, Anton Endler
Seven of the 23 oral histories in this series contain civil rights related material. Topics discussed in the interviews listed below include segregation, the 1963 Gwynn Oak Park demonstrations, the Baltimore Civil Rights Bill of 1964, and the 1968 Baltimore Riots,
OH 8228, Marion Bascom
OH 8232, Ellsworth Bunce
OH 8223, John Cronin
OH 8238, David Glenn
OH 8244, Abraham Shusterman
OH 8245, Asbury Smith
OH 8248, Alfred Starrett
This collection of over 200 oral histories contains 27 interviews that touch on interviewee’s experiences with segregation. The Pennsylvania Avenue shopping and entertainment district is also discussed.
OH 8297.006, Margaret Proctor
OH 8297.011, George Mesologites
OH 8297.022, Lucy Jane Cox
OH 8297.043, Richard Meads
OH 8297.059, Coleman Grant
OH 8297.070, Mary Proctor
OH 8297.084, William Perkins
OH 8297.092, John Jackson
OH 8297.094, Anonymous
OH 8297.098, William Tyler
OH 8297.101, Charlotte Harper
OH 8297.102, Greg Zorn
OH 82987.111, Luther Butler
OH 8297.135, James Miller
OH 8297.142, Mary Randall
OH 8297.145, Bernadine Williams
OH 8297.161, Bernard Redd
OH 8297.174, Leon Sachs
OH 8297.178, Joseph Shields
OH 8297.181, Walter Carr Sr.
OH 8297.186, Clarence Fairfax
OH 8297.188, Benjamin Perry
OH 8297.189, Samuel Ware
OH 8297.195, Alma Walker
OH 8297.196, Carrie Jackson
OH 8297.199, George O'Connor
OH 8297.204, Ellen Pinter
Please click on the link above to visit the main oral history page where the following interviews can be located in the numbered inventories. The inventories include biographical information and summaries of each interview.
OH 8025, Judge Simon Sobeloff
OH 8044, Walter Sondheim, Jr.
OH 8074, J. Millard Tawes
OH 8075, George L. Radcliffe
OH 8092, School Desegregation in Montgomery County, Maryland
OH 8203, Wilmer Dehuff
OH 8260, Frances Morton Froelicher
OH 8298, Louise Kerr Hines
OH 8299, Ednade Coursey Johnson
OH 8307, Dorothy Coleman Lymas
OH 8308, Anita Rose Williams
The Maryland Historical Magazine, a peer-reviewed quarterly, enjoys one of the largest readerships of any state historical journal in the nation. Over its 104 years, it has developed strong ties to the scholarly community. Despite the distance usually separating local and academic history, the magazine strives to bring together the "professional" and the "popular" to engage a broad audience while publishing serious research on Maryland and the region.
The Maryland Historical Magazine is available online. Click on the link provided to view the articles listed below.
The Desegregation of the University of Maryland
Edward J. Kuebler
Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 1976.
Separate and Unequal: The Evolution of a Black Land Grant College in Maryland, 1890 – 1930
John R. and Ruth Ellen Wennersten
Vol. 72, No. 1, Spring 1977.
The National Urban League Comes to Baltimore
Ralph L. Pearson
Vol. 72, No. 4, Winter 1977.
The Formative Years of Maryland’s First Black Postsecondary School
Martha S. Putney
Vol. 73, No. 2, June 1978.
The Black Colleges in the Maryland State College System: Quest for Equal Opportunity, 1908 – 1975
Martha S. Putney
Vol. 75, No. 4, December 1980.
Old West Baltimore
Roderick N. Ryon
Vol. 77, No. 1, March 1982.
The Making of a Baltimore Rowhouse Community: The Edmondson Avenue Area, 1915-1945
W. Edward Orser
Vol. 80, No. 3, Fall 1985.
A Cycle of Race Relations on Maryland’s Eastern Shore: Somerset County, 1850-1917
John R. Wennersten
Vol. 80, No. 4, Winter 1985.
Towards a Roosevelt Coalition: The Democratic Party and the New Deal in Baltimore
Jo Ann E. Argersinger
Vol, 82, No. 4, Winter 1987.
Boom and Bust: The Elite Giants and Black Baseball in Baltimore, 1936-1951
Robert V. Leffler, Jr.
Volume 87, No. 2, Summer 1992.
Wages of War: The Shifting Landscape of Race and Gender in World War II Baltimore
Vol. 88, No. 4, Winter 1993.
Everybody Must Get Stoned: The Origins of the Modern Drug Culture in Baltimore Jill Jonnes
Vol. 91, No. 2, Summer 1996
Neither Separate Nor Equal: Foreshadowing Brown in Baltimore County, 1935-1937 W Edward Orser
Vol. 92, No. 1, Spring 1997.
Student Involvement in the Baltimore Civil Rights Movement, 1953-1963
Robert M. Palumbos
Vol. 94, No. 4, Winter 1999.
Spiro T. Agnew and Middle Ground Politics
Justin P. Coffey
Vol. 98, No. 4, Winter 2003.
Spirogate: The Washington Post and the Rise and Fall of Spiro Agnew
Charles J. Holden and Zach Messitte
Vol. 102, No. 3, Fall 2007.
A Catholic Tuskegee: The Cardinal Gibbons Institute, 1922-1933
Nicholas M. Creary
Vol. 102, No. 1, Spring 2007.
“A Veil of Voodoo”: George P. Mahoney, Open Housing, and the 1966 Governor’s Race
Vol. 104, No. 2, Summer 2009
Paul Henderson’s Baltimore, c.1940-1960
Jennifer A. Ferretti
Vol. 105, No. 4, Winter 2010.
“Today U.S. One, Tomorrow the World”: The May 1970 Protests at the University of Maryland, College Park
Vol. 106, No. 2, Summer 2011
The Lynching of Howard Cooper
Alexander Ormond Boulton
Vol. 106, No. 3, Fall 2011
The Chauffer and the Candy Maker: The Killing of George Murphy in Baltimore, 1913
John Wesley Young
Vol. 106, No. 4, Winter 2011
Playing Fair: The Fight for Interracial Athletics in Baltimore
Vol. 107, No. 2, Summer 2012