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Brooks, Richard Oliver. Hiding Place in the Wind: The New Towns Attempt to Realize Communal Values in an Urban Society: A Case Study of Columbia, Maryland. Ph.D. Diss., Brandeis University, The Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare, 1973.
Ford, James Fitz Gerald. Social Planning and New Towns: The Case of Columbia, Maryland. Ph.D. Diss., University of Michigan, 1975.
Hoppenfeld, Morton. "A Sketch of the Planning-Building Process for Columbia, Maryland." Journal of the American Institute of Planners 33 (1967): 398-408.
Silverman, Sharon H. "The Wayside Inn." Maryland 26 (February 1994): 48-51, 53.
Bloom, Nicholas Dagen. Suburban Alchemy: 1960s New Towns and the Transformation of the American Dream. Ph.D. diss., Brandeis University, 1999.
Brooks, Richard O. New Towns and Communal Values: A Case Study of Columbia, Maryland. New York: Praeger, 1974.
Annotation / Notes: This work is the product of the consultancy year the author spent with the Rouse Company. He includes a snapshot of residents at the time, such as their population characteristics and their reason for purchasing in Columbia. Included is a chapter on the now gone Antioch College.
Cramm, Joetta. Historic Ellicott City: A Walking Tour. First edition. Sykesville, MD: Greenberg Publishing, Co., 1990; second edition. Woodbine, MD: K&D, Ltd., 1996.
Gray, Ralph D., and Gerald E. Hartdagen. "A Glimpse of Baltimore Society in 1827: Letters by Henry D. Gilpin." Maryland Historical Magazine 69 (Fall 1974): 256-70.
Annotation / Notes: Gilpin, a young lawyer from Philadelphia, wrote five lengthy letters to his father while visiting the Baltimore area in September, 1827. He described the people he met, many of whom were very important in Baltimore society, many were also the family and associates of Charles Carroll of Carrollton. In these letters he presents an insightful view of the life of the area's upper class. Of special interest is his descriptions of the major houses of Doughoregan Manor, Homewood, and Oakland.
Hattery, Thomas H., ed. Western Maryland : A Profile. Foreword by Charles McC. Mathias Jr. Mt. Airy, MD: Lomond Books, 1980.
Annotation / Notes: This work describes the Counties which make up Maryland's Sixth Congressional District. The chapters are written by individuals involved in current affairs. The focus is on politics, government, and the economic nature of the counties. There is a great deal of statistical information. Chapter VIII includes brief essays on the future of Western Maryland by notable Maryland Officials, such as Governor Hughes, the heads of various state agencies, and people of note in the counties.
Holland, Celia M. Ellicott City, Maryland: Mill Town, USA. University Park, MD: Published by the author, 1970.
Holland, Celia M. Landmarks of Howard County, Maryland: A Bicentennial Presentation. University Park, MD: Published by the author, 1975.
Holland, Celia M. Old Homes and Families of Howard County, Maryland. Published by the author, 1987.
Annotation / Notes: A history of the county and its communities told largely through the history of its major houses and their builders and owners.
Holland, Celia M. "Howard County...Where Planned Growth & Quality of Life Meet." Baltimore 87 (February 1994): 68-69, 72-75.
Howard County Historical Society. Howard's Heritage: A Cook's Tour of Howard County, Maryland. Lenexa, KS: Cookbook Publishers, 1984.
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.
Nichols, Joseph H. Patriots and Pioneers of Howard County, Maryland: The Courthouse and the Jail. Columbia, MD: Howard County Genealogical Society, 1998.
Riboud, Jacques. "Une Ville Nouvelle Aux Etats-unis: Columbia. [A new city in the United States: Columbia]." Revue Politique et Parlementaire [France] 71 (1969): 74-88.
Tennenbaum, Robert, ed. Creating A New City: Columbia, Maryland. Partners in Community Building and Perry Publishing, 1996.
Doyle, Francis R. Columbia, Maryland, The Planned Community Between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore Designed to Give A New Town to that Area: A Bibliography. Monticello, IL: Council of Planning Librarians, 1975.
Brooks, Richard. "Social Planning in Columbia." Journal of the American Institute of Planners 37 (1971): 373-378.
Annotation / Notes: An evaluation of the planned community of Columbia at an early point in its development, the article contends that the transition from vision to implementation involves a series of social dilemmas. These included the shift from company town to "thriving democratic polity," the potential conflict between the vision of a new form of urban community versus the prevailing attraction of the suburban ideal, and questions about the appropriate balance between residential and commercial functions in a presumably "post-industrial" society. Brooks wonders whether the failure by the planner and many early residents to face up to the challenges of these dilemmas may represent a "heroic failure" for Columbia.
Brooks, Richard. "Thomas Viaduct Monument a Disgrace." The Sentinel 18 (Spring 1996): 28.
Kusterer, Janet P., and Victoria Goeller. Ellicott City. Then & Now series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2006.
Kusterer, Janet P., and Victoria Goeller. "32nd Annual Howard County Historical Society House Tour." The Legacy, 46 (Winter 2008): 1, 3.