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African Americans

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Eva Anderson's Baltimore Dance Theater Collection

 Collection
Identifier: R0163-BDT
Abstract Eva Anderson was the artistic director of the Baltimore Dance Theater, which later became Eva Anderson Dancers, Ltd. Anderson’s choreography aimed to perpetuate American dance with a special emphasis African-American dance forms. The Dance Theater performed primarily in Baltimore and the Maryland area, but also traveled around the U.S. and the world. One of Anderson’s dances, “The Elephant,” was originally performed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Zoo in Washington, D.C. This...

Kurt L. Schmoke Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: R0057-KLS
Scope and Contents Photographs taken by taken by Robert Breck Chapman of Kurt Schmoke during Schmoke's tenure as Mayor of Baltimore City.

Mitchell Family Collection

 Collection
Identifier: R0155-MFC
Scope and Contents Three pamphlets

Negro League Oral History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: R0089-NLOH
Scope and Contents 8 taped interviews with associated materials, including: biographical information, tentative interview questions, transcripts, and interview indices. Please note that the majority of the interviews were conducted with friends, family, and business contacts of Negro League players, rather than the baseball players themselves.

Post Card Project at the University of Baltimore Collection

 Collection
Identifier: R0100-PPB
Scope and Contents Postcards depicting Baltimore people and places, from the collections of Bert Smith, Greg Otto, and the Great Blacks in Wax Museum.

Robert Breck Chapman Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: R0102-RBC
Scope and Contents The collection consists of photographic materials produced by Chapman for Baltimore's Model Cities Program, Urban Services Agency, and Department of Housing and Community Development. The collection documents anti-poverty, cultural arts, and youth education programs in Baltimore from the late 1960s through the mid-1990s, as well as public housing in the 1990s through 2002.