On the Eastern border of Baltimore City lies Rosedale. Rumored to be named after a Hamilton Avenue farm that bore beautiful roses, Rosedale has long since evolved from its farming roots. These days, Rosedale is home to mostly middle class families in modest homes in working class neighborhoods with a strong sense of community. You'll find American flags flying proudly and weekend cookouts in the summer if there isn't a local carnival in town. You can still find Mom and Pop shops run by Moms and Pops. There's a down home pride and patriotism that have been long-standing hallmarks of the Rosedale area. Perhaps its because the very first President traveled along Rosedale's main thoroughfare, Philadelphia Road, to get to his inauguration in New York.