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Scope and Contents Note Collection contains 44 linear feet of organizational records and subject files related to the history of 20th century architects in Central Maryland, donated by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF). Additionally, the collection also includes photographic prints, oversize architectural plans, and framed items.Topics documented within the collection include: Maryland architect biographies Alphabetical architect subject file Local architecture...
Dates: Majority of material found within circa 1980s-2019
Scope and Content Note This collection documents the history and work of Baltimore Heritage, Inc. between 1961 and 2019. The collection includes the founding documents of the organization, committee work, event and program promotions, edcuational program and tour materials, programs and studies related to the preservation of specific buildings and neighborhoods, documented preservation concerns regarding buildings in the city, and community histories. Materials are mainly textual and include meeting minutes,...
Scope and Contents The John A. Ahlers Papers contains personal papers, photographs, artwork and architectural drawings for a variety of private and commercial buildings in the Baltimore area. Examples of architectural plans and materials in the collection include and drawings for homes, building alterations, churches, apartment buildings, business buildings, and other sites. There are also photographs and visual materials present in the collection documenting the Bethlehem Steel building, Northwood Apartments,...
Dates: 1895-1971; Bulk: 1935-1957
Scope and Contents This collection includes minutes, ledgers, blueprints, correspondence, membership cards, audit reports, payroll books of the Roland Park Civic League, incorporated in 1907. Notably, it contains the minutes of the Roland Park Civic League spanning the years 1955 and 1972, and of the Roland Park Roads and Maintenance Corporation dating between 1911 and 1973, with large gaps between 1953 and 1959. Blueprints and specifications document a significant number of houses and garages built or altered...
Content Description The Ten Hills Collection contains the records of the Ten Hills Community Association (THCA), records and research materials of Stephen Israel’s that relate to the development of Ten Hills, and clay model buildings that represent the neighborhood of Ten Hills in Baltimore, Maryland. This collection ranges from approximately 1800 – 2013, and contains information not only about the Ten Hills neighborhood, but about Baltimore City, Hunting Ridge, Edmondson Village, and immediately surrounding...
- Maryland--Baltimore 4
- Architects 3
- Historic preservation 3
- Neighborhoods 3
- administrative records 3
- architectural documents 3
- correspondence 3
- photographs 3
- Architectural firms 2
- Homeowners' associations 2
- Maryland--Baltimore--Northwood 2
- financial records 2
- Commercial buildings 1
- Common interest ownership communities 1
- Common interest ownership community associations 1
- Maryland--Baltimore--Guilford 1
- Maryland--Baltimore--Homeland 1
- Maryland--Baltimore--Roland Park 1
- Maryland--Baltimore--West Baltimore 1
- Personal papers 1
- Planning communities 1
- Real estate development 1
- Real estate management 1
- blueprints (reprographic copies) 1
- clippings files 1
- maps (documents) 1 ∧ less
- Ahlers, John Allan, 1895-1983 1
- Baltimore Architecture Foundation 1
- Baltimore Heritage, Inc. 1
- Boulton, Edward H. 1
- Grasty, Charles Henry, 1863-1924 1