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Hall, Clayton Coleman, ed. Baltimore: Its History and Its People. 3 vols. New York: Lewis Publishing Co., 1912.
Hampden Centennial Committee. Hampden Centennial Celebration. Hampden, MD: The Committee, 1988.
Harvey, Bart. "Rebirth of the American City: The Enterprise Foundation." National Civic Review 75 (January-February 1986): 19-25.
Harvey, Bill. 'The People is Grass': A History of Hampden-Woodbury, 1802-1945. Baltimore: Della Press, 1988.
Henderson, Lenneal J. "Baltimore: Managing the Civics of a 'Turnaround' Community." National Civic Review 82 (Fall 1993): 329-39.
Hicks, Mildred Todd. When the World was Flat: Memoirs of Old Baltimore. Berea, KY: Kentucky Imprints, 1985.
Holcomb, Eric L. "Walbrook: The Suburbanization of Northwest Baltimore, 1850-1945." Maryland Humanities (Winter 1998): 2-3.
Hollifield, William. Difficulties Made Easy: History of the Turnpikes of Baltimore City and County. Baltimore: Baltimore County Historical Society, 1978.
Hollyday, Guy T. Stone Hill: the People and Their Stories. Baltimore: G. T. Hollyday, 1994.
Houstle, Arch E., Jr. "Mount Washington ... Baltimore's 'Highly Salubrious Rural Retreat.'" Baltimore 67 (January 1974): 29-37.
Jones, Carleton. Lost Baltimore. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997.
Annotation / Notes: A photohistory of buildings no longer standing, arranged by periods.
Jones, Carleton. Streetwise Baltimore: The Story Behind Baltimore Street Names. [Baltimore?]: Bonus Books, 1991.
Annotation / Notes: Brief, quick descriptions of street and neighborhoods names, including some surrounding communities in other counties. Includes a history of the city's development.
Jones, V. C. "The Great Baltimore Fire." American History Illustrated 7 (1972): 4-9, 39-41, 45-49.
Kelly, Jacques. Peabody Heights to Charles Village: The Historic Development of a Baltimore Community. Baltimore: Equitable Trust Bank, 1976.
Annotation / Notes: Includes the date of construction, the builder, and architect, and, at times the cost and original owner of a majority of the neighborhood's structures.
Kline, Fred. "Baltimore: The Hidden City." National Geographic 147 (February 1975): 188-215.
Latrobe, John H. B. Baltimore's Monuments and Memorials. Baltimore: privately printed, 1995.
Lewand, Karen. North Baltimore, from Estate to Development. Baltimore: Baltimore City Department of Planning and University of Baltimore, 1989.
Liebowitz, Steve. "The End of a Jewish Neighborhood: The Life and Death of Lower Park Heights." Generations (Fall 1998): 4-7.
Annotation / Notes: A discussion of the move of the Jewish community (the people and their institutions) towards the suburbs. A move brought about, in large part, by racism and the search for greater social status.
McCarthy, Michael P. "Renaissance Rivalry in Baltimore: One Charles Center vs. One North Charles." Maryland Historical Magazine 90 (Summer 1995): 194-215.
Annotation / Notes: In 1962 two major, yet very different, construction projects were occurring in downtown Baltimore within blocks of each other. One Charles Center was a Bethlehem Steel project and was outside the official Charles Center development area. One North Charles was the design of Mies Van der Rohe and was being constructed out of reinforced concrete. It was also an official part of the larger plan for downtown development.
McClellan, Dennis. If It's Trivia about Baltimore, It's Far from Trivial. Baltimore: Schneidereith and Sons, 1984.
Annotation / Notes: Details, details, details. You thought you knew Baltimore. This book contains 100 pages of questions on almost any imaginable Baltimore subject. Most answers include explanatory text which makes this work more than just a passing entertainment.
McConnell, Roland C. The History of Morgan Park: A Baltimore Neighborhood, 1917-1999. Baltimore: Morgan Park Improvement Association, 2000.
McGrain, John W. "Historical Aspects of Lake Roland." Maryland Historical Magazine 74 (September 1979): 253-73.
McGrain, John W. "The Intense Utilization of Gwynns Falls." History Trails 26 (Autumn 1991-Winter 1991-92): 7-8.
Males, Carolyn, Carol Barbier Rolnick, and Pam Makowski Goresh. Wish You Were Here!: A Guide to Baltimore City for Natives and Newcomers. Baltimore: Woodholme House Publishers, 1999.
Annotation / Notes: Baltimore is divided into 21 areas, special emphasis is placed on sites, stores, and restaurants.
Manchester, Andi. "A Cruising Family Visits Fells Point." Chesapeake Bay Magazine 21 (June 1991): 32-35, 46.