The University of Baltimore was founded in 1925 to provide an opportunity for working adults to receive degrees in Law and Business graduating its first class in 1928. This graduating class began the tradition of publishing an annual yearbook. Known as The Reporter, the title was suggested to the editorial staff by Dr. Edgar T. Fell, who taught Admiralty Law. The yearbooks were published continuously until 1975, the only exceptions were 1930 and 1936.
The yearbooks were digitized from the holdings of the Special Collections Department in Langsdale Library. The scanning was undertaken by Stephanie Raszewski, a student intern and Tom Hollowak, associate director for Special Collections, who also designed the webpage. Palak Desai, a graduate assistant at Langsdale created the website.
Please take a look at the University over the years at: