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What we lost in the Fire

This past summer, I was one of five Loyola University students that conducted research on the Woman’s Literary Club of Baltimore. The club, which met on Tuesday afternoons between 1890 and 1920, was only a small part of the nationwide movement of women’s clubs to emerge after the Civil War. Most of them served as outlets [...]

Mason and Dixon and Knopfler and Taylor: The BBC visits the MdHS

Chris Jackson, a senior producer for the BBC, was driving near his home in Newcastle, England when he heard a song on the radio by Mark Knopfler, a famous British rock star, entitled “Sailing to Philadelphia” recorded as part of the album of the same name with James Taylor.  Knopfler, a native of the northeast [...]

The Search for Air in Baltimore: Open-Air Education at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century

In the early twentieth century, student health attracted increasing attention from educators, medical professionals, and architects. This concern came in two waves. First reformers argued that schools were actively harming the health of students. Then they sought to expand the responsibilities of schools by arguing that the activities and structure of school buildings should not [...]

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