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Cal Ripken Signs Baseball Bat for President Clinton After Breaking Gehrig's Record
Cal Ripken autographs a baseball bat for President Clinton after breaking Lou Gehrig's record-setting consecutive game streak of 2,131 games....
Exploring the Helen Delich Port: A Look at the Largest U.S. Port from 1849
Take a look back in time to 1849 and explore the Helen Delich Port in Baltimore, the largest port in the United States at the time. Today, the...
Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em: A Look Back at the Classic Camels Advertisement
Take a look back at the classic Camels advertisement that took the country by storm in the 1920s. Learn why the slogan "Smoke 'Em If You Got...
Unbelievable but True: Shocking Advertisement from The Baltimore Sun, 1844
Read about a shocking advertisement from The Baltimore Sun in 1844 and discover how far we've come in the past 150 years! Unbelievable but true.
A Nighttime Photo of Trolleys at the Park Terminal in April 1943
Check out this beautiful photo of trolleys at night taken in April of 1943 at the Park Terminal in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo by Marjory Collins...
The Story of the Yankee Clipper's Maiden Voyage Across the Atlantic
Discover the story of the Yankee Clipper's maiden voyage across the Atlantic! This old film shows the luxurious Boeing 314 flying boat departing...
Uncovering History: An Old Advertisement from 1853 in The Baltimore Sun
Take a look at a piece of history with this Baltimore Sun advertisement from 1853. Discover the Giles' European Hotel from 124 Baltimore Street,...
The 1861 Baltimore Riot and the Raising of the US Flag Over the Customs House
In 1861, Baltimore was the site of a Confederate sympathizer riot in response to the passing of the Massachusetts militia. Read about the US...
Exploring the History of Haussner's Restaurant: Baltimore's Most Famous Landmark
Haussner’s Restaurant was one of Baltimore’s most famous landmarks, opened in 1926 and closed in 1999. It was known for its cuisine and extensive...
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The Frederick Douglass: A Powerful Photo of Shipyard Workers During WWII
A powerful photo of shipyard workers during World War II building the Liberty Ship Frederick Douglass in Baltimore, Maryland in May 1943. Photo...
Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with this Old School Shot of an MTA Bus at Howard and Centre
Step back in time and explore Baltimore's past with this incredible old school shot of an MTA bus at Howard and Centre. Check out the amazing...
A Rare Look at Baltimore in the 1920s: Snowy Streets of North Calvert
Take a rare look at Baltimore in the 1920s with this amazing black and white photograph of the snow-covered streets of North Calvert Street....
Unearthing a Piece of Baltimore History: A Cool Photo from the 1950s
Take a look at this awesome photo from the 1950s. We discovered it on Flickr and thought it was a great representation of Baltimore history....
Taking a Trip on the Trackless Trolley to Roland Park in 1943
Step back in time and experience the sights and sounds of Baltimore in 1943 by taking a trip on the trackless trolley to Roland Park. See a great...
The History of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and Its Controversial Ingredients
Learn the story behind Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, its controversial ingredients, and the Baltimore drug manufacturer, August Vogeler, who acquired...
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Uncovering Camp Belger During the Civil War: A Drawing from the Library of Congress
Discover a drawing from the Library of Congress that reveals Camp Belger, Baltimore during the Civil War in 1862. Learn more about the 150th...
Exploring the Maryland Casualty Clock Tower in Baltimore
Take a journey back in time to explore the Maryland Casualty Clock Tower in Baltimore. Learn about the history of the tower and the stunning...
A Look Back at Baltimore Harbor in the 1840s
Take a look back at the Baltimore Harbor from the 1840s with this amazing view. See the ships, buildings and churches that were around at the...
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