In archives and libraries “the stacks” refers to the many resources held by a repository for students and researchers to use. Librarians, archivists, and others work hard to preserve and make these resources and collections accessible and to create a Continue reading Behind the Stacks: Meet the Library with Mary McKinley
As Women’s History Month is underway, the RLB Library would like to highlight contributions made by women. We have curated this Libguide to draw attention to resources recognizing the numerous contributions made by women in their communities, nationally, and around Continue reading Celebrate Women’s History Month with the RLB Library!
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
Image credit: View of the Battle Monument, John Rubens Smith (1775-1849), 1828. Library of Congress, LC-DIG-ds-01545. Love Baltimore? Interested in local history and culture? If so, check out the upcoming Bmore Historic Unconference, October 10th at the Maryland Historical Society. Registration opens soon and Continue reading Upcoming Local (Un)Conference