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 ...
This is a terrific photo that we found on the Internet, but unfortunately it wasn’t labeled with a date. Anyone out there know when this was taken or who these three ballplayers are?
Here’s a photo from the 1940s showing a crowd of people lined up outside a movie theater. Anyone recognize this theater? Source: Library of Congress
This is a truckload of painters at the Bethlehem-Fairchild Shipyard taken at the height of World War II. Source: Library of Congress
Here’s a terrific old photograph from the Civil War. It shows the 6th Massachusetts Regiment. Source: Library of Congress
Here’s an old picture of a football game between Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and Forest Park High School at Memorial Stadium. Source: Kilduffs
Check out this terrific old photo from 1912. Source: Library of Congress