9 edition of Baltimore"s alley houses found in the catalog.
Baltimore"s alley houses
Mary Ellen Hayward
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Mary Ellen Hayward.|
|Series||Creating the North American landscape|
|LC Classifications||NA7238.B3 H39 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007050037|
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In the past, these neighborhoods were sometimes referred to as "dilapidated," "blighted," or "poverty stricken." In Baltimore's Alley Houses, Hayward reveals the rich cultural and ethnic traditions that formed the African-American and immigrant Irish, German, Bohemian, and Polish communities that made their homes on the city's alley : Mary Ellen Hayward.
: Baltimore's Alley Houses: Homes for Working People since the s (Creating the North American Landscape) () by Hayward, Mary Ellen and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(16). "Throughout Baltimore's Alley Houses, the writing betrays the author's affection for Baltimore and its old, often-decayed houses In the book's epilogue, Hayward writes that '[t]he memories are worth saving.
They cannot be replaced' (). Her book is itself an important document for maintenance of those memories and of the material culture from which they are derived.".
Get this from a library. Baltimore's alley houses: homes for working people since the s. [Mary Ellen Hayward] -- "This pioneering study explains how one of America's important early cities responded to the challenge of housing its poorer citizens. Where and how did the working poor live.
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A second floor was built above the bowling alley in the’40s and became the Famous Ballroom, host to Dizzy Gillespie, drummer Buddy Rich, and the Left Bank Jazz Society that held events there. Re-named the Charles Theatre init became an art house in the ’70s, and init is one of Baltimore’s iconic theatres, along with the.
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It was established in as a port for shipping tobacco and grain. PP--The book i mentioned is, I believe: "Baltimore's Alley Houses: Homes for Working People". Many of the glorified alley streets in Fells Point are mentioned.
Sat PM EDT.Alley houses, small and set back from main streets, highlighted inequalities between poor African Americans and white elites. 9 These migration patterns, as well as overcrowded conditions and insufficient city services in the alley districts, led to the development of the first segregated African American neighborhood in “Old West Baltimore.”Cited by: 1.