Downtown Baltimore Seen From Federal Hill in 1903
Great Photo of Lexington Market in 1903
Downtown Baltimore in the 1940s
Advertisement for Carriages, Wagons, Etc.
Park Terminal at Night in 1943
1857 Map of the City and County of Baltimore
What do you think of this old photo? I’m not sure when it’s from, but it’s likely somewhere around the 1900s. Source: New York Public Library
This is a beautiful old photo of Lexington Market at the turn of the century.
This is a good old photo that we dug up at the New York Public Library. Any idea where this is? Source: New York Public Library
Digging through The Baltimore Sun archives, we came across something awesome … another policeman named McNulty! Much like the famed Ghosts of DC hero, Officer Sprinkle, Officer McNulty was a local micro-celebrity. Unlike the alcoholic,...
Here’s a photo from 1916, showing a parade down Baltimore St. from Holliday St. Source: Shorpy
We looked up Diehlmann in the 1920 U.S. Census and it had him living on Smithwood Ave., probably near the today’s intersection with Edmondson Ave. Source: Ancestry.com
This is an ad that we dug up in The Baltimore Sun from January 7th, 1951.
What an amazing view of Light St. This is from 1906. Source: Shorpy
Now this is a resourceful young man. The young man is Bernard Logue of 2527 E. Monument St. It appears that the image below is similar to the Google Street View, but we can’t...
Here are a couple cool old photos that we dug up on Shorpy. It’s a vintage 1910s streetcar running in 1955. Source: Shorpy Source: Shorpy