Fire! In the Library?!

Over the years, The University of Baltimore’s library has undergone relocation, renovations, and name changes. It was also once merged and diverged from the Law Library. Within the span of its history, there have been interesting and profound moments, in Continue reading Fire! In the Library?!

Preserving and Providing Access to Baltimore Television News Station (WMAR), 1980–1985

WMAR-TV Collection graphic

When I started working at Special Collections and Archives in 2015, I was introduced to U-matic tapes. Being a millennial, I was familiar with VHS and Betacam, but I had never heard of U-matic tapes. I did some research and Continue reading Preserving and Providing Access to Baltimore Television News Station (WMAR), 1980–1985

Research Baltimore’s Architectural History with the Archives

If you walk around Baltimore’s many neighborhoods and downtown areas you’ll find unique architecture everywhere you go. Depending on where you are, you may see one of the many styles of rowhouses, larger homes in areas like Roland Park, buildings Continue reading Research Baltimore’s Architectural History with the Archives

Explore Political Campaigns Over the Years with Archives

Every few years, there are new elections and new candidates running for national, state, and local offices, and every few years citizens are met with campaign advertisements in a variety of formats. But how have political campaigns changed or stayed Continue reading Explore Political Campaigns Over the Years with Archives

Be Informed with the Baltimore Business Journal!

Would you like to keep up with what’s happening in and around Baltimore? The RLB Library has an online subscription to the Baltimore Business Journal. This digital edition of the journal is a great resource for current news and interesting Continue reading Be Informed with the Baltimore Business Journal!

Learn About Black History With Our Latest LibGuide!

Celebrate Black History Month 2022 with the RLB Library and check out our latest LibGuide created by the library’s Alisha Curtis. Learn about the achievements and contributions of African-Americans–many of which have been overlooked throughout history. This year’s theme is Continue reading Learn About Black History With Our Latest LibGuide!