Stanley Theatre on Howard Street in 1933
1920s Film Footage of Pigtown
Giles’ European Hotel Advertisement (1853)
What Did Baltimore Look Like in 1940?
Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard for Victory
$200 Reward for Runaway Slave Lewis Edwards
Here is a photo of a Baltimore Amoco Gas Station in the 1930s. The gas station was located in downtown Baltimore between Howard St. and Centre St.
Okay, sorry to do this … but, here’s one more post highlighting the failures of the O’s. We were an awesome team in 1996 and 1997, but then over a decade of mediocrity driven...
Rich guys on the right. Regular folks on the left. What a fascinating image of the past. Where is this taken?
What a powerful photo from World War II. Here are two shipyard workers building the Liberty Ship Frederick Douglass in 1943. Source: Shorpy
How much do you love maps? These are awesome. Here’s a great one that we dug up of Roland Park from 1961. Source: Johns Hopkins University
Ugh, I hate to do this, stirring up old, painful memories, but … here is a list of the three worst acquisitions in the history of the Baltimore Orioles. Feel free to debate below...
Okay, this isn’t Baltimore, but it’s a really cool old map. And, we all love maps. I present to you … Annapolis in 1877. Source: Library of Congress
Now this is a fascinating find from the Baltimore Sun, printed on February 27th, 1908. Most of the Civil War buffs out there know that Baltimore had questionable to nonexistent loyalty to the Union during...
Check out this old school shot of an MTA bus at Howard and Centre. Source: Kevin Mueller
Source: Enoch Pratt Library Here’s a cool photo from the 1920s, and it’s something we probably won’t be seeing this winter.