This exhibit provides an introduction to the work of Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. (BNI) around issues of racial integration in housing and tenants' rights from the 1950s to the 2000s.
Established in 1958, Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. was formed to promote an open housing market and viable integrated neighborhoods in the Baltimore …
This exhibit provides an introduction to the Baltimore Voices Company (BVC) collection, a public history project from the early 1980s.
The Baltimore Voices Company was a collaboration between the Baltimore Neighborhood Heritage Project (BNHP) and the Baltimore Theatre Project to produce a play about Baltimore neighborhoods. To create the …
This collection of photographic prints and negatives contains images of Baltimore buildings, monuments, and street scenes taken by Blakeslee-Lane, Inc.
Blakeslee-Lane was founded by two former Baltimore News photographers, George Walton Blakeslee, Sr. and Horace P. Lane, who opened a studio at 106 East Pleasant Street in 1931. In …
This oral history collection documents life in the neighborhoods of East Baltimore during the 20th century. The project was created by Dr. Jessica Elfenbein in the fall of 1997 for an undergraduate seminar in public history. University of Baltimore students interviewed community activists, business owners, and longtime residents. …
This is a set of guides to the archival collections in University of Baltimore's Langsdale Library. Collection guides, also known as finding aids, are documents that describe collections of personal papers, organizational records, or other materials in the archives. We encourage all researchers to use these guides to gain a better …