Great Photo of Baltimore City Hall in 1900
Confederate Riots Suppressed; Union Flag Flies Over Baltimore
Light Street in 1906
Three Men Get Life Sentences for Thames Street Firebomb Deaths
Catonsville Junction in the 1950s
Nazi Rally Held at Lehmann Hall on North Howard Street (1935)
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...
This is a fascinating map from 1838, showing a potential route for a canal between Baltimore and Washington. Source: Library of Congress
This is a fascinating old article that we came across in The Baltimore Sun. It was printed on July 26th, 1914 and we just have to share it with you. The study of street...
This is a travel map of Baltimore from 1848. Click on it for a larger version. Source: University of Texas Libraries
Here’s a really old poster that we dug up on the Library of Congress site. Source: Library of Congress
What a cool old map of Maryland. This one’s from 1795. Click on it for a larger version. Source: University of Pittsburgh Darlington Digital Library
This is a great post that we’re sharing on our sister site, Ghosts of DC. Airline traffic was getting too heavy for National Airport to handle by the end of the 1940s. The region’s...
Now this is one of the cooler maps that we’ve found. It shows the campus of the Naval Academy in 1924. Source: University of Texas Libraries
This is a really old, 1732 map of Maryland and neighboring states by the namesake of Charm City, Lord Baltimore. Source: University of Pittsburgh Darlington Digital Library
Check out this great series of photos, taken of Baltimore Penn Station in 1977. Source: Library of Congress