Here’s a photo which appears to be from some time in the 19th century. Source: Library of Congress
Check out these great images from the Library of Congress. The first one is a painting from the 1830s, and the second, a photograph of the same area in the 1930s.
Below is a photo from 1943, showing crowds of people getting off the trolleys from Bethlehem Fairfield shipyard.
Here are a couple of photos of the Baltimore waterfront from 1938. Source: Library of Congress
Here’s a great old photo of Notre Dame Academy, taken by Frances Benjamin Johnston in the late 19th century. Source: Library of Congress
The Orioles and baseball go back a long way with the city of Baltimore. Before the current O’s arrived in 1954, there were earlier teams of the same name. We came across an interesting article in The Baltimore Sun from August ...
Here’s a really old poster that we dug up on the Library of Congress site. Source: Library of Congress
Check out this great series of photos, taken of Baltimore Penn Station in 1977. Source: Library of Congress
We posted this photo a while back, but now have a clearer version to share with you. Click on it for a much larger version. Source: Shorpy
Source: Library of Congress Here’s a beautiful old photo of the Baltimore Basilica taken in the the 1930s.
This is an incredible old photo, taken sometime in the early 20th century. Source: Library of Congress
What a great old photo. These kids are standing in front of some suburban Baltimore home after a good snow. Any ideas on where this was taken? Source: Shorpy
Source: U.S. National Archives This is a great old photo that we found on the National Archives’ site. It shows the old C.H. Pearson & Company cannery around 1890.
Source: U.S. National Archives This is a terrific photo, especially if you click on it for a larger version. Just amazing the level of detail. The photo was taken on June 18th, 1935. Make sure to like this one on ...
This is a view of the Aurora Theatre sometime in the 1950s. And, after doing a little digging, we see that The Tall Texan, with Lloyd Bridges — the Big Lebowski’s real life dad — was released in 1953 (and wasn’t ...