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Abstract The Mount Washington Improvement Association is a neighborhood association serving Mount Washington in Baltimore City. This collection documents the history and work of the association between 1894-1996.
Scope and Contents Minutes, correspondence, financial records and newsletters
Dates: 1978 - 2002
Scope and Contents Collection documents the activities of the Movement Against Destruction (MAD) coaltion of community groups between 1968 and 1988 as they organized against the proposed construction of expressway highways through neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland. Materials are mainly textual and include publications, meeting minutes, correspondence, legal briefs, newspaper clippings, press releases, newsletters, brochures, research files, records documenting public hearings and testimonies, reports. Also...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a sample of organizational records from a two-year period, including: a strategic plan, an annual report, a frequently asked questions sheet, a flyer, and a sample project: the Boyd Booth Neighborhood Plan.
Dates: 1998 - 2000
Collection — Box S1-B17
Scope and Contents Architectural records of Edward L. Palmer, Jr. and the succeeding firms of Palmer, Lamdin, and partners (1925-1952); Fisher, Nes, Campbell and partners (1952-1971); Richter, Cornbrooks, and partners (1972-2000); as well as the firm continued by Nes, Campbell, and Partners (1972-2000).
Dates: 1907 - 2000
Scope and Content Note This collection contains materials that are a combination of two distinct research projects: the NORTH AVENUE 100 project conducted in 1985-1986 under the direction of Dr. Elaine Eff, and University of Baltimore undergraduate coursework in community studies lead by Dr. Jessica I. Elfenbein in 2005. Materials in this collection include oral history text transcripts, photographs, and student produced projects.The first series in this collection, Penn-North Oral Histories, 1986,...