Great 1940s Photo of Row Houses
Painters at the Bethlehem-Fairchild Shipyard
Horrible Aftermath of 1904 Fire
Remember the Maryland National Bank Building?
Incredible 1846 Photo of Battle Monument
Al Packer Ford Dealership in 1964
Don’t miss this amazing old map of Baltimore from 1804.
This is a terrific photo we dug up on Flickr. You’re looking at Frederick Douglass High School in West Baltimore, which was established in 1883. It’s the second-oldest high school in the country created...
You're looking at the night skyline as seen from Emerson Tower in the 1920s. This has to be one of our recent favorites of Baltimore.
Here is an amazing old photo showing a class of young boys from The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland. Fascinating to think what lives they went on to live. Given their age, I wouldn’t...
Map dated Dec. 14, 1853 which shows proposed lots for a courthouse, jail and alms house in Towson Town, Md., if it is chosen as the county seat of Baltimore County by the voters.
Incredible 1872 photo of the Atlantic terminus for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
This old map of Charm City shows what it looked like in 1935. Click on it for more details.
You have to check this one out. We uncovered it on YouTube (of course). Mostly video of Baltimore, but a little or New York as well.
This great photo shows a bunch of outdoor stalls on Eutaw St. at Marion in the 1920s. Here’s another cool one from Eutaw and Lexington. Check out this close up of the smiling man.
Of course it is. The old French Consulate in Baltimore was at Charles and Centre St. in the 1920s. There’s no longer a French Consulate in the city. In fact, there are a total...
Old photo of Baltimore's Camden Station in 1872. Incredible details in a high quality image.
Incredible old photograph showing Baltimore Harbor from Federal Hill in 1872. You’re going to find the details fascinating.
Help us figure out where these row houses sit today? Or, if they no longer stand. We uncovered these lovely photos at the Library of Congress. These images are from Baltimore in April 1939.
Some incredible film footage of Baltimore in the 1920s. Don't miss this one.
Here is a great series of photos we uncovered on Flickr thanks to Kevin Mueller. He has some terrific photos, so check them out.
This great old map shows the city of Baltimore in 1894.
Check out Maryland Ave. and 25th St. in Baltimore back in 1908. Compare it to the Google Street View of today.
Verda Welcome was a Maryland politician. Welcome was the first black woman to be elected to a state senate. She survived an assassination attempt in 1964.
This is one of the best old photos we’ve come across. Click on it for an incredibly detailed image. It’s just stunning. Source: Library of Congress
Introducing Baltimore's new trackless trolley with vest pocket guide to the Caroline-Preston-Gilmor St. no. 21 line, in effect, March 6, 1938