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July 1938. "Man who lives in row house. Baltimore, Maryland." Walkies, anyone? Photo by John Vachon for the Resettlement Administration.
Take a look back in time to 1938 Baltimore, Maryland with this amazing photo of a man who lives in a row house. Plus, find out why there is too...
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Do you know the story of a former Baltimore Oriole who was tried and convicted of a double murder?
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We uncovered these lovely photos of Baltimore row houses from April 1939 at the Library of Congress. Help us figure out where these row houses...
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Take a journey back in time with us as we explore the intersection of Maryland Ave. and 25th St. in Baltimore, comparing an old photo from 1908...
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Take a look back in time to 1937 when Imperial Airways' flying boat flew over Charm City. Learn the fascinating history of this British long-range...
1939 view of Baltimore
Take a look at this 1939 view of Baltimore and see if you can get the same Google Street View perspective from today. Share your comments below...
1916 view of the Deutschland
Revisit the German U-Boat Deutschland that visited Baltimore Harbor in 1916, before the U.S. entered World War I. See photos of the sub and its...
Perspective map not drawn to scale. "Copyright ... Spofford & Hughes, New York." LC Panoramic maps (2nd ed.), 255 Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. " ... sketched in pencil ... in the Fall of 1911." map 43 x 77 cm.
Take a journey through Baltimore's history with this incredible image from the Library of Congress. We explore the origins of this image and...
Historic American Buildings Survey E. H. Pickering, Photographer June 1936 VIEW FROM NORTHEAST - Waterloo Row, 606-628 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD
Take a look at these two amazing images from the Library of Congress. The first is a painting from the 1830s, and the second is a photograph...
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1905 map of Baltimore
Take a journey back in time with this vintage 1905 map of Baltimore. See what the city looked like over 115 years ago and discover the history...
Minor Basilica, Assumption of the Virgin Mary, the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Baltimore, building completed in 1821, photographed and documented after 1933.
Take a look at this beautiful old photo of the Baltimore Basilica taken in the 1930s. This Minor Basilica, dedicated to the Assumption of the...
Man with a derby hat stands atop a mound of oyster shells outside the C. H. Pearson & Company oyster cannery, Baltimore. Workers bring wheel- barrows of shells from the factory to the heap. ca. 1890.
Take a step back in time and explore Baltimore's oyster cannery history through a photographic lens. This 1890 image shows the old C.H. Pearson...
Baltimore, Maryland. Looking toward Logan Field and Sparrow Point.
Check out this stunning photo of Baltimore taken in 1935. Click for a larger version to see the amazing detail. Share it with your friends on...
Smithwood Avenue branches off to the right while Edmondson Avenue slopes uphill on the left heading east toward the city of Baltimore. In addition to automobile traffic, Edmondson Avenue at the time accommodated the Baltimore Traction Company No. 14 trolley line. A junction for three rail lines was located immediately behind the photographer's vantage point. These houses still exist, albeit with vinyl siding applied over the handsome cedar shingles. Oh, and the streets have since been paved. Photo taken about 1925
Take a journey to uncover the mystery behind the Hunt family from a 1925 photo in Catonsville. Learn about the family's history, their business,...
painters at the Bethlehem-Fairchild shipyard in May 1943
Take a look back to WWII and the shipbuilding industry at the Bethlehem-Fairchild Shipyard. See the painters at work in May 1943 in this special...
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1955 football
Take a look back at a 1955 football game between Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and Forest Park High School at Memorial Stadium. See the old...
July 1938. Man sleeping in the Baltimore fish market. View full size. 35mm nitrate negative by Dick Sheldon for the Farm Security Administration.
Take a look at this interesting photo of a tired man sleeping in the Baltimore fish market in 1938. View the full size photo and learn more about...
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This is an interesting letter from a Confederate officer, imprisoned at Camp Chase in Ohio after the end of the Civil War. Read his thoughts...
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