consists of more than 1800 funeral service programs dating from the 1960s to the present. Included are programs of African Americans of all walks of life, and though most programs are of Marylanders, there are some of African Americans from other states.
Features a database and digital sample of paintings, photographs, manuscripts, decorative arts pieces, lithographs, and other pieces. FYI: This organization offers free digital access to its magazine, which dates back to 1906, and allows browsing or keyword search.
Includes a database of over 300,000 individuals which is searchable by surname (additional options available), and returns several different records (e.g. census population, runaway ads, manumission, slave jail, real property, deserters, a city directory, and more) primarily from the years 1830-1880.
Primarily categorized by profession, includes information about the African American population of Baltimore, MD from 1870-1920. Highlights include historic sites, profiles of prominent persons, and clippings from the Baltimore Afro-American.
Photographs of the social, economic, and political lives of African American Marylanders, most captured between the years of 1890 and 1970. Is a tiny digital sample of the generous print holdings of the Maryland Department of Enoch Pratt Free Library/State Library Resource Center.