Edward Ingle

Edward Ingle (1861–1924) was a newspaper editor in Baltimore and Richmond, Virginia and wrote books about the American South, African Americans, as well as religious and public offices in Maryland and Virginia. He edited the ''Richmond Times'' and ''Manufacturers Record''.

He was born in Baltimore, Maryland and attended Johns Hopkins during its early years. He wrote about the first ten years of Johns Hopkins. The school published some of his books.

Johns Hopkins has some of his correspondence. Provided by Wikipedia

by Ingle, Edward
Published 1883
Johns Hopkins University

by Ingle, Edward
Published 1922
D. Bottom, Superintendent Public Printing