Heart of the Hospital by Anne Vinton. Ship's Surgeon by Celine Conway. Surgeon for Tonight by Elizabeth Houghton. Quayside Hospital by Hilda Nickson. River Nurse by Joyce Dingwell. Inherit My Heart by Mary Burchell. Apple Island by Gladys Fullbrook. A baby for Doctor Jane by Elizabeth Gilzean. The Silver Dolphin by Anne Weale. Helping Doctor Medway by Jan Haye. Young Doctor Ashley by Marjorie Norrell. By Candlelight by Sara Seale. House surgeon at St. Anne's by Mary Hunton.
Ward Hostess by Marguerite Lees. Scatterbrains - Student Nurse by Margaret Malcolm. A Case in the Alps by Margaret Baumann. The Surgeon's Marriage by Kathryn Blair. The Gentle Surgeon by Hilda Pressley. Back Room Girl by Marguerite Lees. South to Forget by Essie Summers. Artic Nurse by Elizabeth Gilzean.
Desert Nurse by Jane Arbor. Hospital Under the Jacarandas by Juliet Shore. The Hospital of Fatima by Isobel Chace. The Youngest Bridesmaid by Sara Seale. Sister at Ryeminster by Ivy Ferrari. Islands of Summer by Anne Weale. Nurse Rita of the recovery-room by Lucy Bowdler. Nurse Maria by Marion Collin. All I Ask by Anne Weale. Shadows in the ward by Nora Sanderson. Doctor Pilgrim's Progress by Anne Vinton. The Timber Man by Joyce Dingwell. Sugar Island by Jean S. Beloved Tyrant by Violet Winspear. Journey to Love by Hilda Pressley.
The Path of the Moonfish by Betty Beaty. The English Boss by Joyce Dingwell. Patricia and the Rosefields by Kate Starr. No Legacy for Lindsay by Essie Summers. A House for Sharing by Isobel Chace. Serenade for Doctor Bray by Juliet Shore. Desert Doctor by Violet Winspear. Lake of Shadows by Jane Arbor. Christina Comes to Town by Anne Weale. Man of Destiny by Rose Burghley. A Song Begins by Mary Burchell. A Woman Alone by Margaret Baumann. Crane Castle by Jean S. Hospital of Bamboo by Juliet Shore. The Feast of Sara by Anne Weale.
Bride's Dilemma by Violet Winspear. Lady in Harley Street by Anne Vinton. If this Should Be by Hilda Pressley. The Wolf of Heimra by Jean S. The Night of the Hurricane by Anne Weale. Kingfisher Tide by Jane Arbor. Terrace in the Sun by Anne Weale. They Came to Valeira by Rosalind Brett. Brittle Bondage by Rosalind Brett. The Tower of the Captive by Violet Winspear. Love This Stranger by Rosalind Brett.
The Viking Stranger by Violet Winspear. And No Regrets by Rosalind Brett. The Drummer of Corrae by Jean S. The rhythm of flamenco by Isobel Chace. Winds of Enchantment by Rosalind Brett. A Change for Clancy by Amanda Doyle. Brazilian Affair by Rachel Lindsay.
Surgery in the Hills by Ivy Ferrari. The Captain's Table by Alex Stuart. The Gentle Prisoner by Sara Seale. The Secret marriage by Isobel Chace. Under the Stars of Paris by Mary Burchell. The Man from the Valley by Joyce Dingwell. Heir to Windrush Hill by Essie Summers. Postscript to Yesterday by Essie Summers. The Atlantic Sky by Betty Beaty. Business Affair by Rachel Lindsay. Highest Peak by Wynne May. Till the Tide Turns by Ann Gilmour. The Valley of Aloes by Wynne May.
Journey to an Island by Hilary Wilde. Flowering Wilderness by Kathryn Blair. To Catch a Unicorn by Sara Seale. The Sea Waif by Anne Weale. Wife Without Kisses by Violet Winspear. The Feel of Silk by Joyce Dingwell. Price of Love by Rachel Lindsay. Love and Lucy Granger by Rachel Lindsay. The Master of Keills by Jean S. Accompanied by His Wife by Mary Burchell. A Taste for Love by Joyce Dingwell.
The Strange Waif by Violet Winspear. Rose of the Desert by Roumelia Lane. Play the Tune Softly by Amanda Doyle. Golden Apple Island by Jane Arbor. Wife to Christopher by Mary Burchell. Grotto of Jade by Margery Hilton. The Shadow and the Sun by Amanda Doyle. Hideaway Heart by Roumelia Lane. Miss Miranda's Walk by Betty Beaty. Dear Barbarian by Janice Gray. Paradise Island by Linda Lael Miller. Wild crocus by Kathryn Blair. Tender Is the Tyrant by Violet Winspear. Backveld Hospital by Jean Dunbar. I and My Heart by Joyce Dingwell.
When Love is Blind by Mary Burchell. The Bolambo Affair by Rosalind Brett. Winter is Past by Anne Weale. A Cluster of Palms by Wynne May. Nurse Smith, Cook by Joyce Dingwell. Beloved Castaway by Violet Winspear. South from Sounion by Anne Weale. The Last of the Mallorys by Kay Thorpe. Desert Gold by Pamela Kent. House of the Winds by Roumelia Lane. Mask of Gold by Rachel Lindsay. Summer Island by Jean S. Alien Corn by Rachel Lindsay. Mountain of Dreams by Barbara Rowan. Laura's by Elizabeth Gilzean. The Court of the Veils by Violet Winspear.
The Isle of Song by Hilary Wilde. Pretence by Roberta Leigh. The Wild Land by Isobel Chace. Wintersbride by Sara Seale. Wild Sonata by Susan Barrie. Devon Interlude by Kay Thorpe. Venice Affair by Joyce Dingwell. Hotel By the Loch by Iris Danbury. Dutch Uncle by Margery Hilton. Strange as a Dream by Flora Kidd. The Garden of Persephone by Carla Neggers. Queen's Counsel by Alex Stuart. Stranger's Trespass by Jane Arbor. Hotel Southerly by Joyce Dingwell.
The Bay of Moonlight by Rose Burghley. Beloved Sparrow by Henrietta Reid. The Master of Normanhurst by Margaret Malcolm. The Shining Star by Hilary Wilde. Dearly Beloved by Mary Burchell. The Dream and the Dancer by Eleanor Farnes. The Hospital in Buwambo by Nico Rosso. The Man in Command by Anne Weale. Rosalind Comes Home by Essie Summers. Teacher's Must Learn by Nerina Hilliard. Still Waters by Marguerite Lees. Doctor Luke by Lilian Chisholm. Wish on a Star by Patricia Fenwick. Whispering Palms by Rosalind Brett.
A Summer to Love by Roumelia Lane. Wind So Gay by Flora Kidd. The Truant Bride by Sara Seale. Hospital in Sudan by Anne Vinton. Above the Clouds by Esther Wyndham. Meet on My Ground by Essie Summers. A Kiss in a Gondola by Katrina Britt. Love's Prisoner by Violet Winspear. One Coin in the Fountain by Anita Charles. The Dangerous Delight by Violet Winspear.
Falcon's Keep by Henrietta Reid. Tawny are the Leaves by Wynne May. Crown of Content by Janice Gray. The Blue Rose by Esther Wyndham. Revolt - and Virginia by Essie Summers. Dragon Bay by Violet Winspear. The Walled Garden by Margaret Malcolm.
Spanish Lace by Joyce Dingwell. Peppercorn Harvest by Ivy Ferrari. The Hills of Maketu by Gloria Bevan. Tangle in Sunshine by Rosalind Brett. Afraid to Dream by Lilian Chisholm. Nurse Atholl Returns by Jane Arbor. Magic Symphony by Eleanor Farnes. Cruise to Curacao by Belinda Dell. Demi-Semi Nurse by Joyce Dingwell. Palace of the Peacocks by Violet Winspear. Wind Through the Vineyards by Juliet Armstrong. The Song and the Sea by Isobel Chace. The Silent Valley by Jean S. The Young Amanda by Sara Seale.
Girl Crusoe by Margery Hilton. The Kindled Fire by Essie Summers. Keeper of the Heart by Gwen Westwood.
Dear Doctor Marcus by Barbara Perkins. The Cypress Garden by Jane Arbor. Dark Inheritance by Roberta Leigh. Hope for Tomorrow by Anne Weale. Witchery Island by Ruth Clemence. Tamboti Moon by Wynne May. Sea of Zanj by Roumelia Lane. Such Is Love by Mary Burchell. Come Back, Elizabeth by Esther Wyndham.
The Drummer and the Song by Joyce Dingwell. Chateau of Pines by Iris Danbury. Dangerous Enchantment by Anne Mather. Dark Star by Nerina Hilliard. Love in the afternoon by Rose Burghley. The Curtain Rises by Mary Burchell. Eternal Summer by Anne Hampson. The Girl for Gillgong by Amanda Doyle. Towards the Dawn by Jane Arbor. Second Chance by Joyce Dingwell. Nobody Asked Me by Mary Burchell.
Caprice in Hospital Blue by Anne Vinton. A Man Apart by Jane Donnelly. Except My Love by Mary Burchell. Night Sister at St. Aubyn's by Anne Vinton. The Green Parakeets by Hilary Wilde. Unwary Heart by Anne Hampson. The Man at Marralomeda by Hilary Wilde. Rising Star by Kay Thorpe. Whisper of Doubt by Anne Weale. Home to White Wings by Jean Dunbar. Design for Loving by Margaret Baumann. Shadows from the Sea by Jane Donnelly. The Ross inheritance by Lucy Gillen. The Imperfect Secretary by Marjorie Lewty. Vengeful Heart by Roberta Leigh. Interlude in Arcady by Margery Hilton.
Whispering Ones by Jane Donnelly. Whisper to the Stars by Hettie Grimstead. Love Alters Not by Flora Kidd. A Fine Romance by Katrina Britt. Crown of Flowers by Joyce Dingwell. Pilgrim's Castle by Violet Winspear. The Legend of Lexandros by Anne Mather. Green leaves by Rosalind Brett.
Dancing on My Heart by Belinda Dell. Cloud Castle by Sara Seale. The Only Charity by Sara Seale. A Nightingale in the Sycamore by Jane Beaufort. Isle of Pomegranates by Iris Danbury. The Doctor's Delusion by Marion Collin. Enchanted Autumn by Mary Whistler. Flight to the Stars by Pamela Kent.
Island of Secrets by Henrietta Reid. That Young Person by Sara Seale. Blue Jasmine by Violet Winspear. A Wife for Andrew by Lucy Gillen. Reluctant Masquerade by Henrietta Reid. Cindy, Tread Lightly by Karin Mutch. Bright Wilderness by Gwen Westwood. The Unwilling Bride by Violet Winspear.
Admiral's House by Nan Asquith. September Street by Joyce Dingwell. Stranger in the Dark by Jane Donnelly. Tangled Tapestry by Anne Mather. The Silver Fishes by Lucy Gillen. Rustle of Bamboo by Celine Conway. Imitation Marriage by Phyllis Matthewman. The Joshua Tree by Jean S. Walk into the Wind by Jane Arbor. Healer of Hearts by Katrina Britt. The Distant Trap by Gloria Bevan. Terminus Tehran by Roumelia Lane. The Autocrat of Melhurst by Anne Hampson. Love Made the Choice by Mary Burchell. Valley of Flowers by Kathryn Blair. Where Breezes Falter by Wynne May. Victoria by Joyce Dingwell.
Beyond the Sweet Waters by Anne Hampson. Next Stop Gretna by Belinda Dell. Lord of Zaracus by Anne Mather. Frail Sanctuary by Margery Hilton. The Man in Authority by Jean S. Bird of Paradis by Margaret Rome. The Hawk and the Dove by Anne Hampson. Summer in December by Essie Summers. Sullivan's Reef by Anne Weale. My Beautiful Heathen by Lucy Gillen. The Rosewood Box by Mary Burchell. The Family Face by Bethea Creese. Now and Always by Anne Weale. Hunter's Moon by Henrietta Reid. The Inshine Girl by Margery Hilton.
The House in the Foothills by Mons Daveson. Turn the Page by Nan Asquith. Doctor Toby by Lucy Gillen. Little Sister by Mary Burchell. The Romantic Heart by Norrey Ford. Sweet Revenge by Anne Mather. Take the Far Dream by Jane Donnelly. Serenade at Santa Rosa by Danbury.
Heir to Glen Ghyll by Lucy Gillen. Night of the Singing Birds by Susan Barrie. Parisian Adventure by Elizabeth Ashton. Beloved Ballerina by Roberta Leigh. Time of Curtainfall by Margery Hilton. The Chateau of St. Avrell by Violet Winspear. When the Bough Breaks by Anne Hampson. Bitter Masquerade by Margery Hilton. The Time of the Jacaranda by Margaret Way. West of the River by Joyce Dingwell. The Silver Sty by Sara Seale. Fair Horizon by Rosalind Brett.
The Cazalet Bride by Violet Winspear. The Story of Jody by Karin Mutch. The Black Delaney by Henrietta Reid. The Feathered Shaft by Jane Arbor. The Masculine Touch by Katrina Britt. Gates of Steel by Anne Hampson. Destiny is a Flower by Stella Frances Nel. Call and I'll Come by Mary Burchell.
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His memoir, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass , sold out its 5,copy first run in four months, quickly becoming one of the most important pieces of literature of the abolitionist movement. He was also the first African American to receive a nominating vote for president. With home runs fueled by hot dogs, beer, a voracious sexual appetite, the torso of a bear, and the hand-eye coordination of a fighter pilot, he was Elvis times 10 on the scales of American celebrity.
When the street kid grew up, he never forgot where he came from, either—bringing the St. Oliver Brown v. An alumnus of Frederick Douglass High School, Marshall had spent two decades winning smaller but critical civil-rights and education legal battles—including several in Maryland—that set the stage for the landmark desegregation victory. Marshall, the great-grandson of a slave, was on his way to establishing himself as a seminal figure of the civil rights movement and the American judicial system.
In , President Lyndon Johnson nominated him to the U. Supreme Court, where he served until Experiencing censorship by the British postmaster, Baltimore printer William Goddard responded by designing a uniquely American system founded upon the principles of open communication and an exchange of ideas free from governmental interference. Printing technology in the mids was still pretty much mired in the mids, which was when Johannes Gutenberg developed a novel but laborious typesetting method requiring each letter to be set manually on a plate.
In the first decade of its use, American newspaper readership went from 3. Before the 20th century, tap water carried diseases such as cholera, dysentery, and typhoid. Chlorine was known to kill disease-causing microbes since the s, but it is also a powerful poison for humans. Native son Abel Wolman, a Hopkins-trained engineer, devised how to chlorinate water safely in , making clean drinking water possible for the world and saving millions of lives in the process.
On May 24, , using the language of dots and dashes that he would become famous for, Samuel Morse sent the first successful long-distance telegram from the U. After fellow inventor Alfred Vail transcribed the message in Baltimore, he and Morse discussed the weather and current events in each city. On Jan. In , a steam engine replaced the horses, creating the first non-animal-powered dredger. With cannons mounted on them, they excelled at harassing British shipping during both the Revolution and the War of , eluding deep-draft British warships with their maneuverability.
Want to see one? Our Pride of Baltimore II is a pretty accurate replica. Canning was discovered by an earlyth-century confectioner and brewer in France, who recognized that cooked food stored inside a seal-tight jar did not go bad. In the U. In the s, local canner Isaac Solomon, advancing an innovation of a British chemist, introduced salt to the boiling process—raising the boiling point and speeding up the cooking time of oysters. From oysters, the canning industry exploded around the Port of Baltimore, where packers became the first in the country to can corn and tomatoes, which were culled from the fertile soil of Central Maryland and the Eastern Shore.
The uprising spread to 14 states before it was broken up by the U. By then, more than people had been killed, including 11 Baltimore citizens. The strike served as a precursor to the successful, broader labor actions of the s and s. All Rights reserved. But the history is interesting: Founded by, you guessed it, Alexander Brown, in , it operated as a linen trading firm on Gay Street before morphing into an investment bank and brokerage house. In modern times, it made financial headlines for taking companies public, including Microsoft Corp. No less than H. Now Boucher banjos rightfully reside in collections at the Smithsonian and the Met as prized pieces of Americana.
Streetcars were catalysts in the rise of the modern American city, linking urban dwellers to work, retail, and recreation destinations with unprecedented speed, convenience, and reliability. They were also pulled by horses initially, and in Baltimore, the original line from Charles and 25th streets to 40th Street and Roland Avenue in Hampden was full of such steep grades that mules pulled the cars. Although the line then returned to animal power, its development was an immediate hit, and it is considered the first successful commercial electric railway in the U.
By , more than 1, streetcars, gliding on more than miles of track, were toting an average of , people daily through the streets of Baltimore. The last two streetcar lines to operate, the No. In the late s, five spirited suffragettes from prominent Baltimore families made a weekly tradition of meeting to discuss art, literature, poetry, and philosophy.
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Among them were M. Carey Thomas and Mary Elizabeth Garrett, founders of the Friday Evening Group, who joined forces to create equal opportunities for women in education. A young widow who converted to Catholicism, Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton fled religious prejudice in her native New York City and moved to Catholic-friendly Baltimore at age She also founded the first Catholic religious order for women in the U. Constructed in , the Ellicott Flour Mill in the small Baltimore County town of Oella, on the east banks of the Patapsco River, is said to be the first merchant flour mill in the U.
Our Washington Monument is nearly feet shorter than that more famous one on the Potomac, but it was built more than 50 years sooner, making it the first public monument to the Father of Our Country. Designed by architect Robert Mills who later would plan the D. During the first early years of America, dentistry was relegated to untrained and self-trained practitioners, quacks, and a few doctors.
In , Horace H. Hayden and Chapin A. Harris founded the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery—first of its kind and soon a prototype for others across the country. More than years later, the institution thrives as the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. Where would humanity be without an ice-cold bottle of beer after a long day? Soon after, every beverage company in the world was looking to Painter who also invented, naturally, bottle openers for his brilliant caps.
He opened the Crown Cork and Seal Company in on Guilford Avenue, moving it to Highlandtown in , where it remained until leaving for Philadelphia in Harper, who helped slaves escape through the Underground Railroad, also wrote prolifically for black newspapers, becoming known as the mother of African-American journalism. Ellis Island in New York has long cast a shadow over immigration in other U.
However, from the construction of the Locust Point immigration pier in until its closing in —the period between the Civil War and the start of World War I—approximately 1. Three years later, Myers, one of nine black delegates to attend the National Labor Movement Convention, helped launch the Colored National Labor Union, of which he was elected president. John Henry Murphy Sr. After rising to the rank of sergeant in the U. Colored Troops during the Civil War, he worked as a porter, janitor, and postal clerk before merging two church publications and a third publication into the Afro-American , which celebrates its th anniversary this year.
The S. Patrick Henry , the first of these ships, was launched with great fanfare on Liberty Fleet Day in September By late , the shipyard employed some 46, workers, including 6, African Americans, who worked around the clock, according to The Baltimore Sun. Two-hundred of the massive Liberty ships, which could carry the same amount of cargo as railroad boxcars, and soldiers were lost during the war, but the S. John Brown , also built in Baltimore, survives to this day.
Usually docked in New York for educational tours, the ship occasionally sits at its birthplace, with tours scheduled here for The now obscure Joe Gans held the World Lightweight title from to and was named by The Ring magazine as the greatest lightweight pugilist in the history of the sweet science. On Dec.
If he fails, he gets an obituary. After forming an airplane-manufacturing company in , aviation pioneer Glenn L. The factory remains as part of Lockheed Martin, as do the bungalows first built for factory workers, on streets with names like Fuselage Avenue. At Western, located on Falls Road near Cold Spring Lane, the first class included 36 female students taught by a lone male teacher who doubled as the headmaster.
Courses included grammar, rhetoric, elocution, moral philosophy, ancient history, astronomy, and botany. Eastern took an equally revolutionary, albeit less stable road, hopping from Jonestown to North Avenue before settling on 33rd Street in Waverly, where it eventually went coed, then shuttered in Western still stands, however, as the oldest public all-girls high school in the U. Ever wonder why the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is so beloved? It might have something to do with its origins.
Founded in , the BSO was the first major orchestra in the country fully funded by public money. The orchestra went private in , but its strong bond with the city had been forged. And the BSO has built upon those forward-thinking roots, naming maestro Marin Alsop music director in , making her the first woman to lead a major American symphony.
One of a handful of Americans born into slavery to document his world-view, Baltimore Rev. Union Baptist, the historic church he led, thrives to this day on Druid Hill Avenue. A whiz on the piano, he used those syncopated rhythms as inspiration for the popular songs he wrote, particularly when he joined forces with Noble Sissle. The pair performed in vaudeville and, most notably, wrote the music and lyrics for Shuffle Along , which, when it opened in at the Sixty-Third Street Music Hall in New York, changed musical theater.
It was one of the first musicals to be written by African Americans and to feature a black cast including a young Josephine Baker , which was remarkable since African Americans were banned from performing onstage in front of whites for much of the 19th century. Shuffle Along became a huge hit and did much to further the presence of African Americans in theater.