Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1991. Hardcover. SIGNED by all three editors on the front free endpaper. "The essays address many aspects of Baltimore's history and collectively provide a much broader vision of the city than traditional accounts offer" (jacket). Chapters address segregation and the stuggle for equality in Old West Baltimore, Baltimore's clothing industry, Radicalism on the waterfront in the 1930s, Hampden-Woodberry: Baltimore's Mill Villages, Camden Yards and the strike of 1877, Fells Point: Community and conflict in a working-class neighborhood and more. Black cloth boards with gilt title to spine. In illustrated dust jacket with white spine panel titled in black. Clean and bright with illustrations throughout. Old price stickers to jacket. Bibliography, index, 268 pages. BALT/062218. Fine / Fine.