Baltimore: Notre Dame, 1996. Paperback. A centennial celebration of the all girls Catholic school (which is now co-ed) - Notre Dame of Maryland. Founded in 1896, it was the first Catholic college for women in the U.S. to grant the four-year baccalaureate degree. Includes reproductions of many black and white photographs of students and teachers from the early 1900s / late 1800s. Discusses the history of the college with notes on worldwide impact of its alumni. A thin quarto bound in light yellow paper wrappers with dark blue title to front cover. Light soiling to front covers, else clean and bright. 80 pages. BALT/072320. Very Good.
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Pittsburgh: Dorrance Publishing Co., 2020. Paperback. In this book, author Luz Damron shares her experience with a cat colony in Baltimore and her relationships with the rescuers. It is vastly underestimated by the general population how much work is required to care for these animals, and Damron shares the joys and struggles associated with this important work. In caring for these cats, the communities of diverse neighborhoods grew closer and, not only was a great deal learned about the cats, but also about the people of Baltimore" (rear cover). Quarto. Bound in glossy white paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Fine.
Baltimore: Baltimore Review, 1991. Paperback. An overview of Baltimore in 1990 - including awards, noteworthy persons, sponsors, politics, museums, profiles of six regional artists, symphony, theater, 3 poems by Allan Antisdel, the Orioles, Baltimore's soccer team, restaurants, local businesses etc. Blue paper wrappers with white title to spine and front cover. Light rubbing and wear to edges. Clean and bright overall. 100 pages. BALT/091620. Very Good.