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Bibliography of Research Materials

  • Architectural drawings stored in the Arthur Friedheim Library
    1. X.A.3.1 > Competition Drawings: Lind and Murdoch. Balto. Md-O, Interiors, 4 Sheets and one small sketch-exterior (actually 4 sheets, no small sketch), NOT ACIDIC.
    2. Drawer 10 miscellaneous materials, which include:
      • Peabody Institute, Plan of Ground Floor, Plan of Galleries, Transverse Section, Scale ¼ inch to the foot, Plan, Lind & Murdoch, Architects Balto (on front), 152 A (on back), (interior) Ink
      • The Johns Hopkins University et al. “The Peabody Institute”, Baltimore, Md., Data of April 14, 1992, Scale: 1in = 50 ft, By ME. Thompson, Factory Mutual Engineering Association, Factory
      • Mutual System, 1151 Boston-Providence Turnpike, Norwood, Mass, 02062, Index 43178.01
      • Design of cast iron roof, for the Peabody Institute, by W Bollman + Co, C-28 (on front), 122 B, C28 (on back), (interior/exterior)
  • The Peabody Bulletin, Vol. 18, Johns Hopkins University.
  • Second Catalogue of the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore Including the Additions Made Since 1882, Johns Hopkins University, 1896. 
  • “Peabody Institute Annual Reports 1-13 1868-1880”, Johns Hopkins University, Vol. 1-13 (1868-1880). Accession: 378.73 P352C A5
  • Practical Theater on Gas-Light: Exhibiting a Summary Description of the Apparatus and Machinery Best Calculated for Illuminating Streets, Houses, and Manufactories, with Carburetted Hydrogen, or Coal-Gas. Fredrick Accum (1816). Accession: 644.313 A172 1816.
  • On the Strength of Cast-Iron Pillars, with Tables for the Use of Engineers, Architects, and Builders. James B. Francis (1865). Accession: 620.170287 F8474.
  • Parker, John. Reminiscences of Fifty Years in the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore. Report. The Peabody Conservatory of Music, Peabody Institute. Vol. 18. Baltimore, MD: Peabody Bulletin, 1922. 4-8.
  • Robinson, Ray E. “The Peabody Institute: Ideas Implicit in Its Founding.” Journal of Research in Music Education, vol. 19, no. 2, 1971, pp. 216–221. JStor, doi:10.2307/3343826.