Images of America: Old West Baltimore & Philip J. Merrill Honored by Baltimore City Hist Society
I'm extremely humbled and honored by this recognition from the #BaltimoreCityHistoricalSociety. I never thought that many years ago when I was a board member that one day I would be receiving this important recognition.
Although I no longer live in Baltimore City, the legacy of the folks who survived and thrived in the #MonumentalCity remain front and center in my life. I'm constantly uncovering and documenting lesser known stories through artifacts, oral history, research, and interpretation.
I'm currently working on a project that you'll be hearing more about in the future that will shed more light upon the contributions from people of African descent to the history of Baltimore.
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"I get tired of people talking about the Harlem Renaissance, because Baltimore had a renaissance too," Philip J. Merrill, from the article "Street of Dreams", Baltimore City Paper, February 2005