This is the second blog post in a two part series about processing the Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection! If you’d like to read the first blog post in this two part series, please click here! Whether it’s when Continue reading Intern in the Archives: Processing Eva Anderson’s Baltimore Dance Theater Collection
The UB Special Collections & Archives is excited to announce that a new collection, the Ednor Gardens-Lakeside Civic Association Records, are now available for research! Baltimore is a city full of many distinct and unique neighborhoods. Each community has its Continue reading From the Archives: The Ednor Gardens-Lakeside Civic Association Records Are Open for Research!
Charles Dyer and Joan Harris, outside UB’s Hilda and Michael Bogomolny Room Last Saturday, Langsdale Library honored the legacy of archival collection donor, Joan Y. Harris, ACSW. Ms. Harris devoted her career to Baltimore as a public school social worker, Continue reading Joan Y. Harris: Celebrating an Archival Legacy
Cover art from a 1980 issue of Chicory magazine From 1966 until 1983, Enoch Pratt Free Library published Chicory, a literary magazine by Baltimore residents. According to historian Mary Rizzo, Chicory began as a federally funded Great Society program run Continue reading Online Sources: Baltimore and the Black Arts Movement
By Guest Blogger, Angela Rodgers-Koukoui I’m very pleased to announce the opening of the Cultural Arts Program photo exhibit next Monday, 2/15 3/7, from noon to 2 pm. The exhibit, which is a collaboration between Langsdale Library Special Collections and Continue reading Cultural Arts Program Exhibit Opens 3/7
A sneak peek at archival records in the Ten Hills Collection Langsdale Library Special Collections is pleased to announce a new addition to the archives, the Ten Hills Collection. Longtime neighborhood resident and Ten Hills history buff, Stephen Israel, worked Continue reading Sneak Preview: Ten Hills Collection