Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains materials documenting the history and work of the Baltimore Urban Renewal and Housing Agency (BURHA) between 1962 and 1967. Materials are mainly textual and include Commission meeting minutes, Design Advisory Panel meeting minutes, fiscal and budget information, correspondence, press releases, reports, project and grants information, publications, and other material submitted to members of the agency’s governing commission.
The collection documents the planning and implementation of the Baltimore Waterfront Promenade between 1989 and 2010 by multiple local stakeholders, including nonprofits, neighborhood groups, and municipal planners. The types of records include vision statements, implementation strategies, fact sheets, mailers, meeting agendas and minutes, event files, news clippings, and correspondence.
The collection documents the historic preservation and subsequent redevelopment of the American Can Company site in the waterfront neighborhood of Canton in southeast Baltimore City. Types of materials include correspondence, newspaper clippings, preservation reports, handwritten notes, development corporation circulars, and committee reports from the grassroots activist organization, the Waterfront Coalition.
The collection consists of a sample of organizational records from 1998-2000, including: a strategic plan, an annual report, a frequently asked questions sheet, a flyer, and a sample project: the Boyd Booth Neighborhood Plan.