BCLM Works on Paper, Legal, Boxes 19-21

BCLM Works on Paper, Legal, Boxes 19-21

 Box 19

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

Menu Complimentary to the Hon. Ferdinand C. Latrobe

December 8, 1881

Cloth/Cardboard Printed Menu

MD3638

This menu was made by the Merchants of Baltimore City, complimentary to the Hon Ferdinand C. Latrobe at Lehmann's Hall.  Includes two photographs in the center of the menu at the top and bottom.  The menu text itself is in French.

Report of the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City

June 1, 1944

Pamplet

MD3607

This report was presented to "his excellency the Honorable Herbert R. O'Conor Governor of Maryland."  It details the effects on the sale of liquor in restaurants and taverns based on the community of Baltimore (war works, minorities).  The Press of The Daily Record, located on 11-15 E. Saratoga Street published this record

Report on the Maryland Exhibit; New York World's Fair

1939

Booklet

MD3610

This report was presented to "the Honorable Herbert R. O'Conor Governor of Maryland". The plan of Maryland exhibit at the fair is located on the inside of the cover page along with a list of the Commission.  The state of Maryland was represented and the full exhibit is portrayed in this report.

The Faerie Queene Murals by Lee Woodward Zeigler

1945

Booklet

MD3611

Lee Woodward Zeigler was a well known mural painter from Baltimore and he suggested that a series of mural paintings of scenes from Edmund Spenser's "Faerie Queene" would be an excellent addition to the 2nd floor reading room of the new Enoch Pratt Library building.  This booklet discusses the murals and the panels based on the poem. 

The Outlook For Expansion of Baltimore's Domestic Air Service

1945

Pamplet

MD3612

This flyer discusses new routes to be taken by air (flight) services from Baltimore to other cities. "Baltimore" July-August. 

Journal of the Societe des Gentlemen Chefs de Cuisine

August 1945

Journal/Pamplet

MD3616

Vol. 1 No. 3 includes receipes, restaurant of the month and ads for alcohol and beer made in Baltimore (Melrose Whiskey and National Beer)

Cultural Education Under the Carnegie Grants for Arts and Music

1944

Print

MD3617

Published by the Department of Education in Baltimore, Md, 1939-1945 years printed on cover page.  Details the arts and music programs that took place between the years of 1939 and 1945.

Paintings by Edward Rosenfeld

February 5th-17th, 1945

Print

MD3620

Program of Baltimore native Edward Rosenfeld's (1906-1983) paintings and his "first one man show in New York."  Exhibit took place at Babcock Galleries 38 E 57th Street, New York 22, N.Y.  Includes a list of his paintings; 25 total.

Baltimore:  A Pictorial Presentation

ca 1940

Print

MD3736

This booklet includes pictures of special attractions that Baltimore has to offer.  Sports, Culture, Hospitals, Colleges/Universities, Points of General Interest. Given the date ca 1940 because of the reference to the "new Municipal Airport at tidewater" which was completed in 1941.

The ABC of Radio: So That The Average Listener May Understand How It Works In America

1938

Print

MD3738

Published by The National Association of Broadcasters, Inc. Washington, DC.  Included in booklet is an isometric drawing of Radio Centre home of WFBR Baltimore, Maryland's Pioneer Broadcast Station.  Discusses the necessary information that needs to be taught about the radio broadcasting field.

Soul of Maryland Pageant of the Founding

October 5-6, 1934

Print

MD3744

This pageant/play was held at the Baltimore Stadium for two days and started at 8:20 pm.  Matthew Page Andrews, Litt. D. the author of History of the United States; History of Maryland, Province and State; The Founding of Maryland etc created the manuscript to highlight events of Maryland's founding. Director of the pageant is Percy Jewett Burrell

List of Books on the Fine Arts

May 15, 1943

Print

MD3747

This book contains a list of books purchased from the Hutzler Fund given by Mr. Louis Hutzler in memory of his brother, Edwin B. Hutzler added to the Fine Arts Department of the Enoch Pratt Library 1937-1942. 

Box 20

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

The Western Delegation

August 8, 1857

illustration

MB4243

2 copies. Illustration clipping from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper entitled, "The 'Western Delegation' Hospitably Received at Baltimore. Drawn by a Native of the 'Monumental City'." Small note included which mentions the event described in the illustration in the Scharf Chronicles (p. 558) in 1857.

The National Clay Minstrel

1844

print

MD4250

Title page: "The National Clay Minstrel. And True Whig's Pocket Companion, for the Presidental Canvass of 1844."

Maryland Naval Brigade and Firemen's Association

1898-1940

print

MD4034

Ten items including two small certification cards for Clarence A. Bussard and Joe Walling as members of the United Steam Fire Engine Company No. 3, small menu for the twenty-third anniversary of the Firemen's Association, Naval Brigade booklet, note by E.H. Myers, general orders sheet for the Naval Brigade, and two letters certifying that Joe Walling served on the U.S.S. Isle De Cuba and the U.S.S. Alabama.

American Oil Company

1960

print

MD4037

Cover: "The American Story American Oil Company's First 50 Years."

Zion Church

1945

print

MD4179

Three copies. Cover: "Zion Church 1755-1945 An Anniversary Tribute by Her Pastor Fritz Otto Evers." Includes short history of Lutheran Germans in Baltimore and the founding of the church.

Baltimore Democratic National Convention

June 25, 1912

ticket

MD4015

Guest coupon to the Democratic National Convention in Baltimore June 25, 1912.

Academy of Music

September 13, 1883

program

MD4016

Cover: "Academy of Music Reception Order of the Oriole September 13, 1883." Contents list the orchestra's song list.

View of Baltimore from the Bay

ca. 1800s

engraving

MB4024

Engraving of "Baltimore" from the bay. Bottom left corner: W.H. Bartlett. Bottom right corner: M. Osborne. See also MB4068.

View of Baltimore from the Bay

ca. 1800s

engraving

MB4068

Engraving of "Baltimore" from the bay. Beneath title (publisher?): "Verlag von Gottlieb Haase Sohne" Bottom right: "gool von Emil Hafer" (?). See also MB4024.

Vue de Baltimore

ca. 1800s

engraving

MB4071

Engraving titled, "Vue de Baltimore." Taken from unknown book.

The Dixie Monthly Magazine

April 1899

print

MD4151

Title: "Dixie A Monthly Magazine." Contents include Hellenic (poem) by Arnold Hanson, "That Woman" by Paul Winchester, "The Blue and the Gold" (poem) by "Zela," and more.

Laying Out Baltimore Town

October 23, 1880

engraving

MB4168.1

An engraving from Harper's Weekly titled, "Laying Out Baltimore Town, January 12, 1730. - Drawn by F.B. Mayer." For the actual text see CB484.

The Magic Ballads

December 1-2, 1911

program

MD4192

Cover: "The Magic Ballads 'Beautys making beautiful old rhyme In praise of ladies dead & lovely knights.' Produced under the auspices of the Handicraft Club of Baltimore Albaugh's Lyceum Theatre December 1 & 2 1911." Program of ballads to be presented.

Box 21

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

Farmer's Almanack

1812-1813

Print/Booklet

MD4658 A,B

This folder contains two Farmer's Almanacks, one from 1812(No. XX) and the other from 1813 (No. XXI).  These were written by Robert B. Thomas (1766-1846) "fitted for the town of Boston, but will serve for any of the adjoining States."  Printed for John West & Co.  The Old Farmer's Almanack was first published in 1792 for the year 1793.  Robert made his almanac the leading periodicl in America.  The almanac includes weather forecasts, tide tables, planting charts, articles on gardening, sports, astronomy and farming. 

The Tea Dinner and Dance

no date

Catalog

MD4336

This catalog is from Jordan Stabler, staple and fancy groceries located on Eutaw and Madison streets.  Known as an imported grocer it was established in 1862.  A.Hoen and Co Lithographers of Baltimore is responsible for this publication.  Color catalog.

Charity Ball Academy of Music

January 24, 1887

Invitation

MD4338

2 invitations to the Charity Ball in Baltimore to benefit the Hospital for Women in Maryland of Baltimore City.  Includes 36 male and female names at the bottom.  Also one envelope included in folder no address or addressee.

Dress

November 1894

Catalog

MD4334

This Dress catalog is Vol.1 No.1 and contains 18 styles in color.  Also includes articles on clothing, ads and recipes.  Edited by Paris Fashion Co. Paris & New York and published by Joel Gutman & Co located at 112 Eutaw Street Baltimore, Md.  This was Baltimore's first department store which opened in 1852 and was the first to close in 1929 because of the Depression. 

Dress

November 1894

Catalog

MD4334

This Dress catalog is Vol.1 No.1 and contains 18 styles in color.  Also includes articles on clothing, ads and recipes.  Edited by Paris Fashion Co. Paris & New York and published by Joel Gutman & Co located at 112 Eutaw Street Baltimore, Md.  This was Baltimore's first department store which opened in 1852 and was the first to close in 1929 because of the Depression. 

Joel Gutman & Co

Fall and Winter 1893-94

Catalog

MD4335

Catalog No. 12 published by Joel Gutman & Co. importing retailers and jobbers of silks, cloaks, velvets, dress goods, linens, curtains, millinery, laces, hosiery, etc.  248 pages of items to order.

The Marine Collection

December 21-February 9, 1945-46

Print

MD4484

This exhibition contained historical water-colours and drawings, maps and plans relating to the Great Lakes.  Early and modern shipping, dockyards, naval engagements, navigation aids.  Presented at The Municipal Museum located on 225 N. Holliday Street Baltimore, Md.  By G. A. Cuthbertson and others, Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.

Coppin Alumni Bulletin

February 1942

Print

MD3750

Vol. 3, No. 1 Coppin Teachers College Anniversary Number 1901-1941.  Coppin Normal School was established in 1901, then became a 4 year college and the name was changed to Coppin Teachers College in 1939.  Fannie Jackson Coppin was the inspiration behind the naming of the school, she was the first "Negro woman in the United States to obtain a college degree- Oberlin College 1865".  Lillie Carroll Jackson is listedin this issue as one of the alumni in other fields of service.

Fremiet's "Howard"

1904

Print

MD4339

Issued by the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore this booklet includes addresses made by Daniel C, Gilman (Educator, first President of Johns Hopkins University) and J. Le Roy White about General John Eager Howard (Soldier and politician/Governor from Maryland) and Emmanuel Fremiet (sculptor of statue) at the unveiling ceremony of the equestrian statue erected by the society installed at the Washington Monument.

The Faerie Queene Murals by Lee Woodward Zeigler

1945

Booklet

MD4477

Lee Woodward Zeigler was a well known mural painter from Baltimore and he suggested that a series of mural paintings of scenes from Edmund Spenser's "Faerie Queene" would be an excellent addition to the 2nd floor reading room of the new Enoch Pratt Library building.  This booklet discusses the murals and the panels based on the poem. 

"Born in Baltimore Raised Everywhere"

no date

Illustration

MD4629

This illustration shows a small girl holding an umbrella with 3 attached umbrellas.  The 4 umbrellas each have a word from top to bottom it reads in its entirety "Born In" "Baltimore" "Raised" "Everywhere". 

Vale

ca 1921

Print

MD4649

Commerates the life of Cardinal James Gibbons (July 23, 1834-March 24, 1921) a native of Baltimore.  This print Includes an editoral from the Baltimore Sun by O.P. Baldwin on March 25, 1921.  James Gibbons served as the 9th Archbishop of Baltimore from 1877 until 1921, he was elevated to cadinalate in 1886. 

Horse Rail Cars in Baltimore

October 1, 1859

Illustration

MB4878

Newspaper clipping from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.  Discusses the opening of the Baltimore City Railroad on July 20, 1859 and the first car.  Through the agency Messrs. Fischer & Co. the car was seen for the first time starting on its first trip.  The first few days of the cars existence fare was free but after was raised to 3 cents.