BCLM Works on Paper, 16x20, Boxes 1-31

Title

Date

Physical Description

Location

Call Number; Accession Number

Notes

The Massacre at Baltimore

April 19, 1861

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H244

80.522.269. Caption: "The Sixth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers Resisting the Mob While Passing Through the City on their Way to Washington." Print of Union soldiers resisting a riotous crowd.

[The Disgraceful Attack on the Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Troops, On their Passage Through Baltimore]

April 19, 1861

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H245

80.522.270. X001721. [h245.tif] Caption: "The Disgraceful Attack on the Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Troops, On their Passage Through Baltimore." Armed troops under attack by citizens armed with rocks and revolvers.

The Lexington of 1861

April 19, 1861

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

None

80.522.385. Caption: "The Lexington of 1861. The Massachusetts Voltunteers fighting their way through the Streets of Baltimore, on their march to the defence of the National Capitol April 19th, 1861. Hurrah for the Glorious 6th." Color print of Union soldiers fighting with citizens on a grass plot lined with buildings.

[The Winans Ocean Steamer]

November 27, 1858

Newspaper clipping

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H296

80.522.282. Newpaper article containing two images of the Winans Ocean Steamer - one of the end view and another of the side. The article describes it's construction and purpose.

[Infantry and Artillery in Monument Square, Baltimore, MD]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H256

80.522.273. Caption describing the scene states that police marshall George P. Kane was arrested and imprisoned after being found guilty of aiding secessionists. Shown is the aftermath in which forces were placed in Monument Square to secure any impending riots. Mounted on thick posterboard.

Camp of Massachusetts 2nd Company

None

Unknown

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H238

80.522.266. Moved to framed storage; not in folder.

[Camp Millington, Baltimore, MD]

1862

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H240

80.522.268. Caption: "128th Reg. N.Y.V., from Columbia & Dutchess Counties; Col. D.S. Cowles, Lt. Col. James Smith, Maj. James P. Foster." Color print of a tent camp in a field. Soldiers stand at attention in their companies. A giant flagpole with a flag marks the focal point, and an identical camp is seen in the right background.

[Camp Hoffman, La Fayette Square, Baltimore, MD.]

1862

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

MB366

80.522.740. Caption: "Col. Schley's Public Guard Regiment of Maryland, U.S.A." Large fenced-in tent camp with soldiers at attention in the foreground. Trees and city in the distance. Groups of women, children, and men dressed in civilian clothing appear to be taking tours of the camp, walking amongst the tents and soldiers. Mounted on thick board.

[Camp of the 7th RGt. Maine Volunteers, Col. T.H. Marshall as seen from the Fortification erected by the Regiment on Murrays Hill, Baltimore, Md.]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H236

80.522.264. Caption: "Camp of the 7th RGt. Maine Volunteers, Col. T.H.Marshall as seen from the Fortification erected by the Regiment on Murrays Hill, Baltimore, Md." Color print of a soldier tent camp on water. Cannons in the foreground, soldiers at attention in the background in front of their tents. Landscape dotted with trees and rolling hills, an industrial city in the right distance. Additional captioning in blue: "Fort McHenry, Brocklin, Light St Brigade, Hospital Tents, Federal Hill, Patterson Park."

[Camp Casey, Near Bladensburg, MD.]

1861

Color lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H237

80.522.265. Caption: "4th Regt. R.I.V. Col. J.P. Radman, 5th Regt. N.H.V. Col. Edward Cross." Tent camp labeled with letters, lined with trees. Soldiers stand at attention in a diagonal line in the foreground. The hill in the background supports an American flag.

[Camp Belger, Baltimore, MD.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H239

80.522.267. Caption: "150th Regt. N.Y. Volunteers. Field and Staff: Col. John H. Ketcham, Lieut. Col. Chas. G. Bartlett, Major Alfred B. Smith, Q.M. Sergeant H.C. Smith, Com. Sergeant J.M. Case, Adjutant W.M. Thompson, Quarter Master G.R. Gaylord, Chaplain Thos. E. Vassar, Surgeon C.N. Campbell, 1st Asst. Surgeon S.G. Cook, 2nd Asst. Surgeon H. Pierce, Sergeant Major C.S. Roberts, Hospital Steward Frank Gildersleeve." On the tents pictured are letters, corresponding to lists below the print which name Captains, 1st Lieutenants, and 2nd Lieutenants of each company.

[Clifton Polka]

None

Lithograph 

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H248

80.522.272. Caption: "Composed and dedicated to the members of the Independent Club, by P. Bentz. Published by Geo. Willig Jr. Baltimore." Oval image of a white house in a clearing, surrounded by a pathway and trees. A colonaded porch surrounds the building, in which a man stands and waits for a group on their way through the clearing entrance. Mounted and framed with white stock paper.

[View of the City of Baltimore, Maryland, from Federal Hill]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H275

80.522.275. Cityscape of Baltimore with numbered landmarks in the distance. "Chapin Del" and "Pilliner SC" written in the foreground. Mounted on stockboard.

[Point Breeze Park, Schottisch.]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H284

80.522.276. Caption: "Philadelphia; Published by Duffy & Lawton, No. 15 South 8th St.; William Dressler. No. 933 Broneway." Other text on right side: "Price 38 Cts.nett." with 40 written over the '38' in pencil. Print features a horse race in which bystanders view from a two story building, raised gazebo, and on a lawn. Mounted on thick paper.

[View of Baltimore City, Md. Looking South]

1872

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H294

80.522.281. Color print of the Washington Monument surrounded by the city of Baltimore. Brick row-homes and trees line the streets, with the harbor in the background distance. Mounted on thick paper.

[Stewart mansion Hospital, Baltimore, Md.]

1863

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H299

80.522.284. Color print mounted on cardstock. Caption: "151 Regiment N.Y. Volunteers, Co. G." Caption goes on to name captains, lieutenants, and surgeons. Buildings featured labeled with ward numbers. Surrounding town and city in background. Federal Hill in distance.

[Alexandroffsky Schottisch composed and respectfully dedicated to Mrs. Thomas Winans]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H292

80.522.279. Caption: "by James M. Deems. Published by G. Willig Jr. Baltimore." Lithograph featuring the Sun Iron Building in Baltimore. Mounted on aging cardstock.

[Untitled Fort]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H298

80.522.283. Black and white print of an untitled fort in Baltimore, harbor and Washington Monument visibile in the background. Troops assemble within a building enclosure. Mounted on cardstock.

[Harbor]

None

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H303

80.522.288. Illegible captions under a print of a harbor, possibly "Hopper Emory" on bottom right. Number 24 in a series of 100. Dark, black and white etching of harbor. Framed with thin cardstock.

[Camp Kelsey, Near Annapolis Junction, Md.]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H348

80.522.1095. Caption: "Comp. F. (L.L.I.) 10th Maine Regt. Enjoying Thanksgiving Dinner, Sent them by their friends at Lewiston, Nov. 21st, 1861. Captain William Knowlton, First Lieut. E.S. Butler, Sec. Lieut. A.G. Rankin." Damaged in the middle with dark stains. Features a tent camp in the woods. with a long table in the center in which the troops are dining. An american flag strung between the trees hangs over them as they celebrate.

[Camp Andrew, Stewarts Grove, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H300

80.522.285. Color print of a camp of buildings arranced in a rectangle. Baltimore landscape in the background. Stables with horses and wagons in the foreground. Caption: "17th Rgt. Mass. Vol." Mounted on cardstock.

[Lighthouse]

None

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H301

80.522.286. Illegible captions beneath a print of a lighthouse and sailboat. Possible artist signature: "Hopper Emory." Number 18 in a series of 50. Framed with thin cardstock.

[Poe's Tomb]

None

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H302

80.522.287. Caption: "Poe's Tomb." Other writing illegible. Number 24 in a series of 100. Man grieving in front of a large grave placed in front of a tall building with gothic arches. Framed with thin cardstock.

[Monument Square]

1926

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H306

80.522.289. Handwritten caption: "Gabrielle DeV. Clements." Print featuring Monument Square, surrounded by passerby's, horse-drawn carriages, and automobiles. Gas lamps and powerlines also line the streets, dating the scene. Framed with thin cardstock with yellowing adhesive bordering.

[Baltimore Harbor]

1926

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H307

80.522.290. Caption: "Gabrielle DeV. Celements." Large, black and white etched print of Baltimore Harbor. Steamboats line the left side of the harbor, as well as a sailboat in the foreground hidden behind a building. High-rise buildings line the city-scape. Framed with thin cardstock.

[Washington Monument]

None

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H308

80.522.291. Caption: "Washington Monument." Possible artist signature: "Hopper Emory." Number 1 in a series of 50. Black and white print of the washington monument, very little shadowing with high contrast. Framed with thin cardstock.

[Harbor Cityscape]

None

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H309

80.522.292. Illegible artist name on bottom left, possibly "Sean Gallagher." Number 5 in a series of 75. Drawing of the Baltimore Harbor, featuring steamboats in front of the downtown buildings. Framed with thin cardstock.

[Monument Square]

None

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H310

80.522.293. Illegible artist name on bottom left, possbily "Sean Gallagher." Number 5 in a series of 75. Etching of Monument Square in Baltimore. Framed with thin cardstock.

[Camp Kelsey, Near Annapolis Junction, Md.]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H348

80.522.1096. Caption: "Comp. F. (L.L.I) 10th Maine Regt. Enjoying Thanksgiving dinner, sent them by their friends at Lewiston, Nov. 21st, 1861. Captain William Knowlton" Repeat print; better condition than the other, though there is a tear at the bottom. Colors more vibrant, featuring soldiers feasting at a long table. Mounted on cardstock.

[Camp of the 6th Michigan Regt. At McKim's Place, Baltimore, Md.]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H353

80.522.1098. Caption: "Lithograph by Hunckel & Son Balto; Col. Curtenius, Lieut. Col. Clark, Major Bacon." Foreground features onlookers to a tent encampment in the background labeled with numbers. The numbers correspond to a key under the print, including places such as the Cathedral, Peabody Institute, and the Washington Monument. Mounted on thick cardstock.

[A Prospect of Greenwich, Deptford, & London, taken from Flamftead hill in Greenwich Park]

None

Color lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

H486

No accession number. Color lithograph featuring a scene from a rocky hillside, overlooking a town on a river. Caption: "Sold by C. Dicey & Co. in Aldermary Church Yard." Writing in another ink below tells of another sale of the print on "market street near the market Baltimore." Framed with thick cardstock.

[Camp Cross 5th Regt. N.H.V.; Point Lookout, St. Mary's Dist. MD.]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 1

MB927

80.522.763. Caption: "J.H. Butford's Lith. Boston." Print of a tent encampment on the water of Point Lookout. Strong shading suggesting a setting sun. Some tents are lettered, corresponding to the key below the print. The labeling is meant to document the tents of important peoples. Mounted on mulitple papers.

[The Steam-Yacht "Ross Winans"]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H181

80.522.334. Caption: "Verlag u Druck v. Seitz Wandsbeck." Color print of a vessel that appears to be a combination of a submarine and steamboat. British and French flags fly on its masts. People in smaller boats look on.

[U.S.A. Genl. Hospital Patterson Park, Baltimore, Md]

1863

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

CB130

80.522.948. Color print featuring a rectangle-shaped fort arranged around a courtyard. At the top is a long panoramic view of Fort McHenry and Fort Federal Hill.

[Olympic Schottisch]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H167

80.522.329. Title and caption: "to G.J. Arnold Esqr., Olympic Schottisch, Composed by Charles Lenschow. Baltimore, Published by Henry Mc. Caffrey No. 189. Baltimore St. Washington, D.C. John F. Ellis." Advertisement of a show, costing 25 cents.

[Camp Bedford, Baltimore, Md.]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H215

80.522.345. Caption: "Rendezvous of Drafted Men." Print featuring a camp with buildings within a clearing, surrounded by woods. Buildings are labeled with numbers and correspond to a key below the picture, naming head quarters, Captain Eaton's quarters, the hospital, and the sutler.

[Camp of 21st Indiana Regt. At Druid Hill Park Baltimore]

None

Lithograph 

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H213

80.522.344. Landscape view of a soldier tent encampment. Soldiers are shown doing various activites such as training, riding horses, eating, and conversing. Various officers are named in the decoration below the print, on either side of an image showing soldiers in formation guarding a flag.

[Camp of 7th Maine Regt. At Potters Hill, Baltimore]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H209

80.522.340. Caption: "Lithography by Hunckel & Son, Balto.; Col. T.H. Marshall, Lieut. Col. S.K. Conner, Major T.W. Hyde." Color lithograph of a landscape view of a tent encampment near water. Foreground features soldiers manning cannons, backgound shows soldiers at attention in their ranks.

[Belger Barracks, Baltimore, Md.]

1863

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H211

80.522.342. Caption: "150th Regt. N.Y. Volunteers." Other captioning names captains, first lieutenants, and second lieutenants of different companies, labeled by letters. Print features soldiers at attention in a field in front of a long barracks building.

[Fort Mc. Henry, Baltimore, Md.]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H231

80.522.353. Print featuring a view of a tent encampment from the water with a lighthouse and boats in the foreground.

[Fort Mc. Henry, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

CB126

80.522.946. Print featuring an overlook of Fort Mc. Henry from a gated wall. Inside, soldiers get in formation on the right. Print mildy damaged by a liquid in the upper left.

[Camp Andrew, 17th Regt. Mass. V., Stewart's Grove, Baltimore, Md.]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

CB129

80.522.947. Print featuring an aerial overlook of Fort Mc. Henry, Federal Hill, Fort Carroll, Light Street Bridge, and Camp Creager. Print moderately damaged by light and water.

Fort Mc. Henry

1862

Unknown

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H212

80.522.343. Moved to framed storage.

[Camp of the Duryea's Zouaves Federal Hill Baltimore MD. Looking North]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H223

80.522.349. Color print of a tent encampment on a penninsula. Across the water is an industrial-type city.

The Railroad: A Characteristic Divertimento for the Piano Forte

1828

Sheet music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H168

No accession number. Sheet music of a song documenting the anticipation of the first rail line in the United States. Features a scene of two figures watching a cart leave, in which they discuss where it is going within their speech bubbles. Below is wispy script advertising the new rail road concept. Framed with black cardstock.

[Camp of the 7. Me. V. Rgt., Patterson Park, Baltimore, Md.]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H220

80.522.348. Caption: "Col. Marshall. Looking S.S.W." Print features an aerial overlook of a light house, Fort Mc. Henry, Light Street Bridge, the Camp of Ind. Rgt. at Locust Point, and Federal Hill. On top: "Emily D. Stetson. From J.E.C."

[Camp Burnside, Annapolis, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H203

80.522.339. Caption: "8th Regt. Connecticut Vol. Col. Harland, Lieut. Col. Terry. (Christmas S-Day)" The rows between the tents are decorated with garland and the trees are bare, showing that it is indeed Christmas time.

[U.S.A. General Hospital. Mc. Kim's Mansion, Baltimore, Md.]

1852

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

CB131

80.522.949. Captions: "Surgeon in charge Lavington Quick, Acting Assistant Surgeon W.G. Smull, R.H. Stirling, B.H.D. Bull." Print featuring an overlook of a semi-circle building arrangement around a central flagpole. Soldiers stand at attention in the foreground while bystanders look on.

[Camp of the Duryea's Zouaves Federal Hill Baltimore MD. Looking North]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

CB132

80.522.950. Repeat of earlier print, in moderately damaged condition due to light and water marking.

[Fort Mc. Henry, Baltimore, Md.]

1865

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

CB168

80.522.951. Color print of Fort Mc. Henry on the water. Repeat of earlier print.

[U.S.A. Genl. Hospital Patterson Park, Baltimore, Md]

1863

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

CB169

80.522.952. Repeat of earlier print, visibly more damaged than other with tearing, water marks, and discoloring due to light.

[Camp Washburn, 10th Maine Regiment, Col. George L. Beal.]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

CB282

80.522.959. Caption: "Patterson Park, Baltimore Md. 1861." Mounted on thick cardstock with a label: "During the Civil War Baltimore was under federal control and many Northern troops were quartered in, and about, the city. This print shows the camp of the 10th Maine Regiment - Patterson Park, Eastern extremity of the city. The view is south." Print shows considerable water and light damage. Repeat of previous work in box 1.

[Jones Falls Near Baltimore]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H178

80.522.333. Caption: "Painted by J Shaw. Engraved by J. Hill. Published by Thos. T. Ash Philadelphia." Print features two figures standing on a bank along a river with a waterfall in the background.

[The Monument, Baltimore in 1836]

1836

Painting

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H182

80.522.335. Watercolor painting of Monument Square on a sunny spring/summer day.

[Camp of the Duryea's Zouaves Federal Hill Baltimore MD. Looking North]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H210

80.522.341. Repeat from earlier print. Best condition of the three copies of this print so far - vibrant coloring and minimal light and wear damage.

[Fort Marshall, Baltimore, Md. Fifth Regiment, Artillery N.Y.V.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H218

80.522.346. Captioning provides lists of company captains and lieutenants. Color print features an aerial look of a fort with high dirt walls in which cannons are placed.

[Baltimore in 1752]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H199

80.522.337. Caption: "Fac-Simile of Original in City Library." Vivid color print of the shoreline of Baltimore. Areas are labeled with numbers which correspond to a key below the image, labeling such things as the first tobacco inspection house, a site of a battle monument, and St. Paul's Church. Mounted on thick cardstock.

[La Fayette Barracks, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H219

80.522.347. Caption: "1st Regt. E.S. Maryland Volunteers. Company D, Company G." Below the companies are lists of captains, lieutenants, sergeants, corporals, and privates. Additional captioning in the center: "Mustered into United States' Service, October 31, 1861. Price 35 cents. On on the right side: "Engagements. Gettysburg, PA., July 1, 2, 3, 1863. Falling Waters, VA., Fair Play."

[Fort Marshall, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H226

80.522.350. Repeat of earlier print, but in considerably better condition. Vibrant coloring and minimal visual signs of damage.

[Camp Hoffman, La Fayette Square, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H227

80.522.351. Caption: "Col. Schley's Public Guard Regiment of Maryland, U.S.A." Repeat print of another from Box 1. Print features a white tent encampment surrounded by a black fence, with soldiers at attention in the foreground.

[U.S.A. General Hospital. Mc. Kim's Mansion, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H230

80.522.352. Repeat of earlier print, this one in better condition/more vibrant than the other.

[Camp Belger, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H232

80.522.354. Caption: 37th Regiment N.Y.S. National Guard, Col. Charles Roome, Major T.W. Parmele." Moderately damaged by water and light. Print features a tent encampment that appears to be decorated for Christmas. Soldiers at attention in a horizontal line while bystanders look on in the bottom corners.

[Camp Andrew, 17th Regt. Mass. V., Stewart's Grove, Baltimore, Md.]

1861

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H235

80.522.356. Repeat of earlier print, this one with some light, as well as liquid damaging.

[U.S.A. Genl. Hospital Patterson Park, Baltimore, Md]

1863

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

H234

80.522.355. Title has been removed but is a repeat of earlier work.

[La Fayette Barracks, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

MB3890

80.522.1231. Mounted on cardstock. Caption: "Head Quarters Third Maryland Veteran Volunteer Infantry. Genl. Rendez-vous For MD. & Deleware." Other captioning supplies lists of captains, lieutenants, majors, sergeants, etc. On the very bottom: "Price 25 cents."

[Camp Andrew, 17th Regt. Mass. V., Stewart's Grove, Baltimore, Md.]

1862

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 2

MB4104

80.522.1233. Repeat of earlier print, but includes an addition scene on the bottom of troops at attention in their ranks. Captioning supplies lists of labeled landmarks in the distant background.

[Carroll County Agricultural Soceity Annual Fair]

October 5, 1873

Poster

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MB10442

80.522.376. Very fragile - sides breaking off. Discolored. In protective plastic. Poster for the annual Carroll County fair, held in Westminster, MD. Seems to be an award of merit of some sort for Mr. Holloway, under an agricultural scene of farm animals gathered under two trees in a field.

[Birth and Christening Certificate]

February 11, 1814

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MD20249

80.522.381. Birth and christening certificate for a son between Daniel Bowman and his wife Christina. Two angels flank the main descriptive text, which also includes bible verses. Flowers and birds line the bottom. Greco-inspired outline of the image.

[Lithograph of an Aaron Sopher Print for the Charles  Street Association]

None

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

None

80.522.384. Scene of a park with a fountain, a church steeple rises in the background. Figures are mainly just outlines, very little color and shading. Pale yellow is the only color used. A fair seems to be going on, with a clown in the foreground.

[Archbishop John Carroll]

None

Engraving print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MB20020

80.522.379. Engraving of a stern-looking archbishop, shown holding a book and wearing traditional religious regalia. Background suggests a library. Edges damaged; mounted on white linen.

[Resolutions Following Rebel Devastations]

August 10, 1863

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MB13043

80.522.377. Image of an eagle perched upon a plaque with flags. Plaque tells of recent rebel rebellions and devastations to the Baltimore area, in which the mayor and presidents of the First and Second Branches signed and intend to send to the President of the United States. Moderately damaged and mounted on thick, white linen.

Baltimore in 1752

1880

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

None

80.522.383. Landscape image of Baltimore in 1752. Native Americans lounge in the foreground under a tree, with a water way behind them with ships. The background shows growing settlements and farmland. Black and white print, yellowing with age. Mounted on white fabric.

New Theatre - The Red Cross Knights

April 2, 1803

Program

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

None

80.522.388. Program mounted on damaged board. Playbill tells of characters in the play and who they are played by, including brief descriptions of acts.

[The Baltimore]

None

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MB10362

80.522.375. Poster with caption: “The Baltimore, Dedicated by The Sun of Baltimore, to the Gallant Warship that bears the name of the Monumental City.” Main image shows a giant steamboat towering over a rowboat of men, with two oval window drawings of the Baltimore Sun buildings.

The Star Spangled Banner

1861

Sheet music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

None

80.522.391. Sheet music for the Star Spangeled Banner. Folded paper. Features a pen drawing of a flag rippling.

[Charles Carroll of Carrollton]

None

Engraving print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MB20042

80.522.380. Caption: “Engraved by James B. Longacre from a Painting by Chester Harding.” Black and white print of an older man holding a book. Blank background, traditional upper-class dress.

Angola Schottisch

None

Sheet music/lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

None

80.522.382. Heading and caption: “To Miss Maggie L. Isaac. Angola Schottisch by James E. Magruder. Baltimore, Published by Henry Mc.Caffrey, No. 205 Baltimore St.” Portrait of a woman with flowers in her hair and an off-the-shoulder gown. Decorated with flower imagery. Left side features string binding, suggesting multiple pages attached originally. Edges moderately torn and worn.

Listening Schottisch

None

Sheet music/lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

None

80.522.386. Sheet music featuring an image of a boy playing a fife while a girl looks on. Interior, home background. Blue stamp signifies that this was once owned by Sutra & Gosnell Music and Pianos. Heading: “To Miss Laura J. Knell.” String binding on left side.

[The Gigantic Giraffe]

November 2, 1838

Program

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MD8704

80.522.372. Folded advertisement for a giant giraffe, as well as other exotic animals, to be exhibited at the theatre on Saratoga street. Contains descriptions of the giraffe, the gemsbok, a gazelle, and an antelope. Includes a picture of the animals traveling through the wilderness.

[Holliday St. Theater : A New Era, Engagement of John Wilkes Booth]

February 1862

Playbill

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MB8762

80.522.374. Advertisement for Shakespeare productions being held at the Holliday St. Threater, featuring John Wilkes Booth, Mrs. Farren, and Miss Annie Grahame.

[Painting of a Seated Man]

None

Painting

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 3

MB8761

80.522.373. Painting of a man seated on a desk outdoors, with one foot resting on a stool. Raising a glass and looking to the side. Seems to be wearing traveling attire with a cross-body sack.

Balt City Life Mas. Downingville

Unknown

Unknown

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H118

80.522.412. Folder only contained blank item removal slip.

[The Death of General Rofs, near Baltimore]

October 1, 1816

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

BCL91.243; H128

80.522.415. Color print of a man wearing a red coat on a white horse, leaning down to another man dressed identically. Another man in uniform lays on the ground in the foreground. Caption: “As soon as he perceived that he was wounded he fell into the arms of a Brother Officer.” Print in plastic liner.

[Front View of the Masonic Hall Baltimore]

None

Print

Legal, BoxWOP, 16 x 20, Box 4 10

H122

80.522.413. Black and white architectural print, with very little landscaping/nature included. Print attached to white cardstock.

[View of the Encampment of the Boston City Greys at Baltimore, July 1844]

July 1844

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H108

80.522.411. Black and white print of a tent encampment on the edge of a city. The Baltimore Monument is seen in the distant left. Soldiers lounge in the foreground while more preform typical duties in the background.

[Baltimore Property Guard]

1836

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H96

80.522.409. A document claiming that those listed as members of the Property Guard, as well as their successors, may own property and objects as long as it does not exceed value of twenty thousand dollars. They also include a constitution and by-laws for the organization.

[View on the Balto. & Ohio Rail Road]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

BCL91.242; H94

80.522.408. Landscape print of a railroad running through a forest. Foreground shows railroad workers, as if the project has just been completed. A train is just coming over the bridge.

[Clipper Ship “Ann McKim”]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H78

80.522.405. Left caption: “The first American clipper ship - China trade, Owner Isaac McKim; Sold; to N.Y. in 1837 and to Chile 1847.” Right caption: “Designed and built by Kennard and Williamson at Baltimore in 1832. Regd Tonnage - 493; Length 143ft Depth F.14ft.A.19ft. Beam 31ft.” Color print of a ship at sunset on the water; very large with three masts of sails.

[View of the Spot Where Gen. Ross Fell Near Baltimore]

None

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H92

80.522.407. Man on a horse alone in a wooded clearing alone. The landscape and foliage all point to him, bringing attention to him for the viewer. Print in lamination sleeve.

[Baltimore City Spring]

None

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H60

80.522.403. Scene of pedestrians in a city park. Some walking and conversing, while others ride horseback. A park with trees and outdoor buildings in the background. Print framed with thick cardstock.

[Baltimore Battle Monument]

None

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H57

80.522.402. Black and white print of pedestrians of all ages on a sunny day in Monument Square, Baltimore. Print framed with thick cardstock.

Washington Monument 1848

1848

Lithograph hand colored

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H56

No clear accession number, but possibly 1988.61.446. Note on outside folder: “Rec’d from TEH 9/8/87?” Color print of a street in Baltimore leading up to the Washington Monument. Print framed with thick cardstock.

[Washington Monument 1848]

1848

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H56

Has same call number as the color version, but this one has an accession number: 80.522.401. Black and white version of the other print. Print framed with thick cardstock.

[Baltimore Hospital]

1848

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H55

80.522.400. Black and white print of cattle and farmers in the foreground, with walled-in buildings in the background. The wide roads suggest this is a busy area. Print is spotted and yellowing with damage.

[Baltimore N. West View]

1848

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H54

80.522.399. Black and white print of a view of Baltimore from an elevated hillside. In the foreground are examples of agriculture such as farm houses and farm animals, while the buildings of the city clutter the sky line in the distance, smog rising from some of their stacks. Edges of the print are mildly damaged with age.

[Admiral Cockburn Burning & Plundering Havre de Grace]

None

Lithograph hand colored

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H151

80.522.423. Colored print of British Redcoats plundering Havre de Grace, looting and setting buildings on fire. Speech bubbles tell of the things they are taking, as well as the fact that they have taken more than their boats will hold. Print is laminated in a plastic sleeve.

[Baltimore in 1752]

1880

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H52

80.522.398. Copy of other print from previous box in collection. Black and white print of the Baltimore landscape in 1752. Native American’s lounge in the foreground under a tree while settlers are shown in the distant background on their farms, also near buildings and boats. Print attached to thick grey cardstock that is damaged.

[View of Baltimore from Federal Hill]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H27

80.522.396. Black and white print of the Baltimore Harbor from the elevated Federal Hill. The buildings that line the harbor in the foreground appear more simple/rustic than the ones across the harbor, which are more modern and identical. Boats of all kinds clutter the harbor.

[Taken from Mr. Moale’s View of Baltimore in 1752]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H22

80.522.394. Caption: “Population about 300 Persons; Tonnage 1 Brig 122 Tons burthen.” Black and white print with a viewpoint from the water, in which men are seen fishing with nets. Only two boats are in the water, and only a small number of buildings line the hillside in the background. Agricultural fields are planted right along the water. Print is mounted on white fabric that is damaged and discolored.

[Taken from Mr. Moale’s View of Baltimore in 1752]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H22

80.522.393. Same call number as the other copy of the same image. Possible the original image - mounted on thick paper and heavily damaged. Also has backwards stamps along the bottom.

[View of St. John’s College - from the U.S. Ship “Preble”]

1856

Lithograph print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H145

80.522.419. Black and white print with minor blue shading. View from the water of a large college with many buildings. Many buildings are scattered on a tree-filled landscape. the different halls are labeled with number and correspond to a key under the image. Print is in laminated plastic sleeve.

[Evergreen]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H142

80.522.417. Oval image of an aerial view of Evergreen Mansion off Charles Street, Baltimore. Tall, white building surrounded by evergreen trees. People on horseback and in carriages travel down the dirt road.

[Taken from Mr. Moale’s View of Baltimore in 1752]

August 19, 1870

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H69

80.522.404. Image without title caption of previous versions of this print. Slightly different than the other prints of this - the houses are changed as well as the pathways over the hills. Print damaged by tape on the sides.

[Baltimore Town in 1752]

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

BCL91.240;H26

80.522.395. Black and white landscape print of the shoreline of Baltimore. Caption: “Fac-simile of the original drawing by John Moale.”

[St. Timothy’s Hall

None

Lithograph

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H125

80.522.414. Caption: “Catonsville Md. 6 miles from Baltimore.” Black and white print of a large, tall building from the road, also surrounded by trees. Print mounted on yellowing paper.

[Dockside]

None

Painting

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H143

80.522.418. Artist signature: “C.S. Wilson 85.” Painting of a dock. Ships sit in the water while men talk at a crate, the city street in the background. A low-walled building with a tall roof in the background seems to be the meeting place of many. Painting mounted on white fabric.

[Baltimore Washington Monument]

None

Drawing

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H132

80.522.416. Black and white print of the Washington Monument. Only two buildings shown on it’s sides. Appears to be original drawing.

[New Theatre]

July 29, 1796

Playbill

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H148

80.522.420. Playbill for the New Theatre, presenting ‘The Dramatist,’ ‘The Lucky Efcape,’ and ‘Catherine Petruchio.’ Lists of actors and actresses are also below the individual plays. Playbill mounted on white paper.

[Scheme of a Lottery]

March 16, 1789

Poster

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H149

80.522.421. Plan for a lottery to be held, with first, second, and third class tickets for sale, with all kinds of prices listed. Print attached to paper.

[S Paul’s Church]

None

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

BCL91.244; H150

80.522.422. Caption: “Apostel, St. Pauls; S Pauls church the first built.” Geometric architectural drawing of a church with a towering steeple. Above it, God sits on a throne of clouds as he writes with a feather quill. Very Michelangelo-esque. Print enclosed in plastic lamination.

[Baltimore Theatre - She Would be a Soldier]

May 1, 1820

Playbill

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H152

80.522.424. Playbill from the Baltimore Theatre, advertising the patriotic drama “She Would be a Soldier.” Includes lists of songs played as well as those who aided in production of the costumes, stage, etc. Print mounted on white paper.

John Bull and the Baltimoreans

None

Etching

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 4

H154

80.522.425. Cartoon mocking British attempts to capture Baltimore in September 1814, as seen in the speech bubbles of the soldiers. Print mounted on damaged cardstock.

Hospital

1848

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

CB 5581          

Drawn by Aug. Kollner, Lith. by Deroy, Printed by Cattier, and Published by Goupil, Vibert & Co. Entered according to the act of congress, in the year 1848, by Aug. Kollner, in the clerk's office of the district court for the southern district New York.

The Baltimore

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (1)          Acc#_80.522.446

Dedicated by the Sun of Baltimore. Published by Geo. Wellig & Co. Publishers, Baltimore.

[Untitled Print of Simon Stein & Co.]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 7639       Acc#_80.522.438 

 

Phrenological Analysis, Showing the Development of Brain, Power of Mind, Temperament, and Prominent Features of Character of Rubens Peale

Nov. 21, 1836

Report

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

ML 5927      Acc#_80.522.437

Written by Dr. Collyer, M.R.C.S.I. Gift of Pamela Shippen Patterson and Elise Peale Patterson, Grandnieces of Rembrandt Peale

New Theatre.

May 9,1803

Program

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MD 4332     Acc#_80.522.430

Printed by Thomas & George Dobbin, Baltimore.

The Old Covered Bridge at Franklin in Baltimore

1927

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 4309 C                   Acc#_80.522.426

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 19/50.

Off Doctorine? Light, Chesapeake Bay

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 4309 D                   Acc#_80.522.427

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 29/50.

Oldest House in Quebec

1927

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 4309 E                   Acc#_80.522.428

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 12/50.

[Untitled Print of the Washington Monument]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 4313                  Acc#_80.522.429

Signed by Don Swann.

Share the Care Victory Loan

1945

Printed Advertisement

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MD 4486                  Acc#_80.522.431

Printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office

Most Revd. Ambrose Mareschal, Third Archbishop of Baltimore.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 5315                  Acc#_80.522.432

Engraved by J.B. Longacre from a Painting by P. Tilyard.

[National Exchange Bank]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 5426                  Acc#_80.522.433

Signed by Roche.

List of Members of the Washington Hose Comp'y for the Year 1864.

1864

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MD 5700                  Acc#_80.522.435

Printed by John W. Woods' Steam Book and Job Printing  Establishment, Baltimore.

Baltimore in 1752

1880

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 5886                  Acc#_80.522.436

Published and Printed by R.H. Eichner & Co. and R.H. Eichner & Co.Lith., Copyright 1880, Baltimore

Maryland Institute School of Design.

Mar. 27, 1863

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MD 8143                  Acc#_80.522.443

Engraved by Draper & Co., Phila.              Presented to H. Halbach in recognition of Attendance and Good Conduct during the season ending Mar. 27, 1863.

National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial

Sept. 1914

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8180                  Acc#_80.522.444

Printed by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. Presented to Louis Ruffel of Baltimore to certify him as a subscriber to the Star-Spangled Banner Centennial

Murphy's Head or After Kellys Party

1892

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606                  Acc#_80.522.445

Song by Henri LeVerne. Published by Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore and Copyrighted 1892. Compliments of G.W. Barker, S. E. cor., Baltimore.

New and Popular Galops

1869

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (2)                  Acc#_80.522.447

Published by George Willig & Co., Publishers, Baltimore. Entered according to the act of congress in the year 1869 by Georg Willig & Co. in the clerk office in the district court Maryland.

Harlem Square Polka for the Piano

1814

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (3)                 Acc#_80.522.448

By B. Mc.Veigh., Baltimore. Entered according to the act of congress in the Year 1814 by B. Mc.Veigh in the office of the clerk of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.

Nancy Lee.

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (6)                 Acc#_80.522.449

Words by Frederick E. Weatherly, M.A. Music by Stephen Adams, Engraved by S.G. Malone, Baltimore. Published by Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore. Compliments of F.A. Otto., Batltimore.

Robin Adair.

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (7)                 Acc#_80.522.450

Arranged by P.K. Moran. Engraved by Chas. M. Stieff. Published by Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore. Compliments of W.F. Overholt, Baltimore.

Kundyr's Song to Parsifal From Parsifal

May 29,1904

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (8)                 Acc#_80.522.451

Copyright 1904 by J.B. Robinson. Supplement to Baltimore Sunday Herald

Evening Bells Have Ceased Their Ringing From Falka

Jun. 5, 1904

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (9)                 Acc#_80.522.452

Copyright 1904 by J.B. Robinson. Supplement to Baltimore Sunday Herald

Tempest of the Heart From 'I'l Trovatore"

Jun. 12, 1904

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (10)                 Acc#_80.522.453

Copyright 1904 by J.B. Robinson. Supplement to Baltimore Sunday Herald

Walter's Prize Song From "Die Meistersinger"

Jun. 19. 1904

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (11)                 Acc#_80.522.454

Copyright 1904 by J.B. Robinson. Supplement to Baltimore Sunday Herald

Amoretten.

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8606 (12)                 Acc#_80.522.455

Compsed by H. Lichner. Published by George Willig & Co. Publishers, Baltimore

America and Other National + Deneal Songs and Melodies

1892

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MD 8606 (13)                 Acc#_80.522.456

Published by Aitchcock Publishing Co. and Copyright in 1892; Compliments of Philadelphia Dental Rooms, Baltimore.

[Untitled Print of a Street]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 5

MB 8608                 Acc#_80.522.457

Print 54/100. Signed by C. White?

[Plate of Harrison Marsh]

Aug. 20, 1784

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MA 880     

Folder dates 1784 and [Drawn in 1811]

Members of the Independent Fire Company. For the Year 1830.

1830

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 387                Acc#_80.522.744

Printed by Lucas & Deaver

John Bill and the Baltimoreans.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 581                Acc#_80.522.749

Published and Sold Wholesale by Wm. Charles. Engraved by Wm. Charles del et Sculp.

Mercy Hospital

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 584                Acc#_80.522.750

Print 2/100. Signed by artist Giew J. Luerslewstruth?

The Maryland Agricultural Society

Jun. 1, 1824

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 403                Acc#_80.522.745

Presented to William Bose as certification of admittance into the Maryland Agricultural Society. Engraved by J. Cone, Baltimore.

Zephyr Quick Step

1857

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 2401.1                Acc#_80.522.770

Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Balto. Published by Henry McCaffrey, Baltimore. Entered according to the Act of Congress in the Year 1857 by Henry McCaffrey in the Clerks Office of the District Court of Md.

Wiliam Rogers Merchant Tailor

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 887               Acc#_80.522.756

Drawn by Ed Weber & Co. Balt.

Engagement between the U.S. Frigate Constitution

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 576               Acc#_80.522.748

Designed by T. Birch. F. Kearney Aquatint.

Nightingale Song from the Tyrolean

1891

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 519              Acc#_80.522.747 A-C

Published by Wm. A. Pond & Co. New York, Copyright 1891

An McKim - Fixed American Offer [?]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 377             Acc#_80.522.742

Print 4/100. Signed by artist C.J. Wilsey?

Recollections of Happy Days (Bilder Aus Schoner Zeit)

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 918            Acc#_80.522.757 A-D

Published by Miller & Beacham, Baltimore

Il Desiderio

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 918 (2)            Acc#_80.522.758 A-C

Published by F.D. Benteen, Baltimore. W.T. Mayo New Orleans.

La Harpe eolienne.

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 918 (3)            Acc#_80.522.759 A-E

Published by Miller & Beacham, Baltimore

The Very Last Polka

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 998             Acc#_80.522.766 A-D

Lith. By E. Weber & Co. Baltimore. Published by F.D. Benteen, Wm. T. Mayo New Orleans.

Front Elevation of Washington Monument

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

CB 925            Acc#_80.522.761

Robert Mills Architect

View of the City of Baltimore taken from the Observatory in 1822

c. 1822

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

CB 872            Acc#_80.522.754

 

A Peep at the Gas Lights in Pall-Mall

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 367            Acc#_80.522.741

Engraved and Published by Woodward Del. And Rorridson sculpt?

The Sun Carriers Annual Greeting The Hall of Independence. Phila.

c. 1861

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 384            Acc#_80.522.743

Engraved and Published by C.R. Wells and J.B. Neagle

Engineer's Certificate.

Aug. 30, 1852

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

LD 617           Acc#_80.522.751 A+B

Printed J. Lucas, Baltimore..

[Unidentified Portrait]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 839           Acc#_80.522.752

Painted by H.W. Pickersgill, R.A. Engraved by T.L. Atkinson.

Union Festival Young Men's Christian Association Maryland Institute May 24th 1859.

c. 1859

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

CB 857          Acc#_80.522.753

Printed by A. Hoen & Co. Balto.

View of Baltimore From Federal Hill

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

CB 878          Acc#_80.522.755

Published by Board of Trade. Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Balto.

Grand National Whig Prize Banner Badge.

1844

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 923          Acc#_80.522.760

Made by John Gade. Painted by Wm. Curlett. Lith. By Edward Weber & Co. Baltimore. Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1844, by Wm. Curlett and John Gade in the Clerks office of the Dist. Court of Md.

Baltimore in 1752

1880

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 926          Acc#_80.522.762

Published and Printed by R.H. Eichner & Co. and R.H. Eichner & Co.Lith., Copyright 1880, Baltimore

"Meadow Farm." Residence of H.B. Holton

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 935          Acc#_80.522.764

Published by L.H. Everts. Engraving by M.F. Peterson

"Gencoe." Residence and Property of Joseph W. Mowell

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MD 936          Acc#_80.522.765

Published by Louis H. Everts.

[Untitled Civil War Print]

1917

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 1078          Acc#_80.522.767

Proof etching from original plate of Dr. Adalbert John Volck made about 1864, one of a series of Civil War caricatures. Reprinted 1917.

The Hebrew Orphan Asylum of Baltimore City

Nov. 1878

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 6

MB 1134         Acc#_80.522.768

Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore.

[Untitled Print of the Washington Monument]

Sept. 1924

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 323        Acc#_80.522.1088

Signed by Lean Louis Dolice, Baltimore.

[Untitled Print of a Street]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 311        Acc#_80.522.1084

Print 5/75. Signed by Sears Gallagher?

The Order of the Gater. Honi soit qui mal y Pense.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 409        Acc#_80.522.1106

 

Camp Washburn

1861

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

CB 282.2       Acc#_80.522.960

Lith. And Printed by E. Sachse & Co. Baltimore. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1861 by E. Sachse & Co. in the Clerks Office of the Dist. Court of Md.

Patapsco Engine Company

1849

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 355        Acc#_80.522.1099

Printed by James Young, Baltimore.

Bay Line's New Terminal

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 362        Acc#_80.522.1102

Lith. by A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore.

Charles Street Methodist Episcopal Church

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 366        Acc#_80.522.1104

Lith. By E. Sachse & Co. Baltimore.

Camp Baltimore.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 368        Acc#_80.522.1105

Drawn by Js. Queen. Published by Huddy & Duval's U.S. Military Magazine. Lith. By P.S. Duval Lith. Phila.

Emiline.

1845

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 410       Acc#_80.522.1107

Lith. And Pub. By J. Baillie, N.Y. Entered according to the act of Congress in the year 1845, by J. Baillie in the clerks office in the district court for the southern district of N.Y.

Baltimore's First Post Office

1951

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 315      Acc#_80.522.1085

Print 1/100. Signed by Hopper Emory

The Spirit of the Union

1860

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 450      Acc#_80.522.1115

Published by Currier & Ives, New York. Entered according to the act of Congress in the year 1860 by E. Dechaux in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District Court of New York.

[Untitled Print of a Street]

Mar. 1, 1930

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 365      Acc#_80.522.1103

Print 5/110. Signed by Dano Jackley.

The Bloomer Polka

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 412      Acc#_80.522.1108 A-C

Printed in color by Standard & Dixon

The Weaker Sex

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 418      Acc#_80.522.1110

by Charles Dana Gibson

George Washington

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 448      Acc#_80.522.1113

Lith. By W. Kellog & Co. Hartford, Conn.

Old Flag House

1925

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 331      Acc#_80.522.1091

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 1/25.

Baltimore Harbor.

1925

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 327      Acc#_80.522.1089

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 1/25.

Mount Clare Station

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 316      Acc#_80.522.1086

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 1/100.

Gilman Hall. Johns Hopkins University

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 322      Acc#_80.522.1087

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 1/75.

Washington's Reception by the Ladies, On Passing the Bridge at Trenton N.J. April 1789

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 449      Acc#_80.522.1114

Lith. & Pub. By N. Currier, New York. Entered according to the Clerks Office in the year 1845 by N. Currier in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York

[Untitled Print of a Street]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 332      Acc#_80.522.1092

Print 45/100. Signed by C. White?

Ocean The Fallen & Old Town ?

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 337      Acc#_80.522.1093

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 11/100.

Camp Andrew

1861

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

CB 129.1     

Lith. & Print. By E. Sachse & Co. Baltimore. Entered accordin to the Act of Congress in the year 1861 by E. Sachse & Co. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of Md.

The Baltimore Belle

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 417   Acc#_80.522.1109

Published by Risso & Browne, N.Y.

[Untitled Landscape]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 447   Acc#_80.522.1112

 

George Washington

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 441 Acc#_80.522.1111

Engraved and Printed by Illman & Sons

A View of the Bombardment of Fort McHenry

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 359 Acc#_80.522.1101

Engraved by Torsch

[Untitled Print of a Street]

1928

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 339 Acc#_80.522.1094

Signed by D.D. Tyson. Print 1/100.

[...?] Old St. Paul, Baltimore.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 7

H 330 Acc#_80.522.1090

Signed by Hopper Emory. Print 1/1500.

New Market Fire Company

Jan. 4, 1814

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CD 44 Acc#_80.522.938

New Market Fire Company

List of Officers and Memers of the New Market Fire Company 1857.

1857

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CD 45Acc#_80.522.939

New Market Fire Company

Baltimore, Md.

1864

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 64                   Acc#_80.522.943

Lith. By E. Sachse & Co. Baltimore. Entered according to the the Act of Congress in the Year 1864 by E. Sachse & Co. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of Maryland.

Baltimore in 1752

Feb. 10, 1877

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 268                   Acc#_80.522.958

Published by John Cox, Baltimore in the Baltimore Sunday Times.

National Convention of Whig Young Men

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 328                   Acc#_80.522.961

Published by Geo. Villig? Baltimore. "Assembled at the Canton Course Baltimore May, 4 1840

Baltimore Schutzenhof

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 328                   Acc#_80.522.961

Lith. By Hunckel & Son, Baltimore.

An Act to Incorporate the Charitable Marine Society of Baltimore

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 341                 Acc#_80.522.966

Certificate published by the Charitable Marine Society of Baltimore

List of Members of the Pioneer Hook and Laddar Company

1859

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CD 46                Acc#_80.522.940

Printed by James Lucas & Sons Printers, Balt.

Members of the Independent Fire Company For 1838.

1838

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

MD 388               Acc#_80.522.965

Printed by Lucas & Deaver

List of the Howard Fire Company, For 1854

1854

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CD 51                Acc#_80.522.941

Printed by H.E. Huber

A List of the Members of of the Vigilant Fire Company with the Present Officers.

Jan. 1, 1811, edited May 11,1813

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CD 53                Acc#_80.522.942

The Vigilant Fire Company

Articles, for the Governemtn of the Commercial Fire-Company of Baltimore

Jan. 1, 1972

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CD 331               Acc#_80.522.963

Printed by W. Goddard and J. Angell

Philip Chapin's Planne Manufactory and Tool Store!

not dated

Printed Advertisement

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CD 335               Acc#_80.522.964

Printed by Webster. Published by P. Chapin, Baltimore.

State House Annapolis Md.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 254               Acc#_80.522.956

 

[Unidentified Paper]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 238               Acc#_80.522.955

Removed from folder to temporary sortage by on 6/2/87 by R. Flint

A View of the Bombardment of Fort McHenry

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 174              Acc#_80.522.952

Engraved by Torsch

Masquerade Ball of Harmony Circle

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 174              Acc#_80.522.952

Lith. By H. Schroeder. Print by E. Bross, Balto.

Crude Sketch of the Battle of North Point. September 13, 1814.

Sept. 13, 1814

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 267              Acc#_80.522.957

Crude Sketch of the Battle of North Point. September 13, 1814.

Jones' Falls Near Baltimore

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 238        

Published by M. Carey & Son Philadelphia, Painted by J. Shaw, Engraved by J. Hill.

The Burning of the Theatre in Richmond Virginia

1812

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 293       

Published by Tanner, Philadephia

Death of Major Ringold

1846

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 8

CB 171              Acc#_80.522.953

Lith. & Pub. By N. Currier, New York. Entered according to the Clerks Office in the year 1846 by N. Currier in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York

 

 

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

 

 

Gilmor House Schottisch

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

H 155      Acc#_80.522.324

Published by Miller & Beacham, Baltimore

Mechanical Fire Company for 1834

1834

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MD 2455     Acc#_80.522.1209

Printed by Lucas & Deaver

Concordia March, to the Members of the Concordia

1865

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

H 156      Acc#_80.522.325

Published by Henry McCaffrey, Baltimore. Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore

Zephyr Quick Step

1857

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

H 161      Acc#_80.522.326

Published by Henry McCaffrey, Baltimore. Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore

Sun Quick Step.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

H 163      Acc#_80.522.327

Published by Henry McCaffrey, Baltimore. Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore. Dedicated to the Readers of the Baltimore Sun by Albert Holland.

The Very Last Polka

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

H 166      Acc#_80.522.328

Lith. By E. Weber & Co. Baltimore. Published by F.D. Benteen, Wm. T. Mayo New Orleans.

Olympic Schottisch

1853

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

H 167 1/2      Acc#_80.522.330

Published by Henry McCaffrey, Baltimore. Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore

The Baltimore March

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

H 169     Acc#_80.522.332

Published by John Cole, Balto.

The Celebrated Polka Dances

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 2401 (3)     Acc#_80.522.1208

Published by E.D. Benteen, Baltimore. Lith. Of Ed. Weber & Co., Balt.

Saint Paul & Pleasant St.

1929

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 2553 (3)     Acc#_80.522.1214

Signed by Dano Jackley. Baltimore, Md. Print 142/200

Somerset Street

1940

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 2553 (4)     Acc#_80.522.1213

Signed by Dano Jackley

Edwin Booth

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 2659     Acc#_80.522.1215

 

[Untitled Print of Building]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 3084     Acc#_80.522.1216

Printed by A. Hoen & Co. Balto.

[Untitled Print of Building]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 3084 (4)     Acc#_80.522.1217

Printed by A. Hoen & Co. Balto. [Duplicate Copy]

City Spring

1848

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 3119     Acc#_80.522.1218

Drawn by Aug. Kollner, Lith. by Deroy, Printed by Cattier, and Published by Goupil, Vibert & Co. Entered according to the act of congress, in the year 1848, by Aug. Kollner, in the clerk's office of the district court for the southern district New York.

Green Mount Cemetery

1848

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 3120     Acc#_80.522.1219

Drawn by Aug. Kollner, Lith. by Deroy, Printed by Cattier, and Published by Goupil, Vibert & Co. Entered according to the act of congress, in the year 1848, by Aug. Kollner, in the clerk's office of the district court for the southern district New York.

Lord Byron.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 3309     No Accesssion Number

R. Peale del. And Litho. Of Pendleton

Baltimore Theatre, Front-Street.

Nov. 11, 1833

Program

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

CD 3340    Acc#_80.522.1226

Printed by J. Robinson, Circulating Library

Philadelphia Theatre.

not dated

Program

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MD 3341     Acc#_80.522.1227

 

New Theatre.

Apr. 20, 1803

Program

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MD 3344     Acc#_80.522.1228

 

Firemens' Grand March and Gallope

1835

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MD 3390    Acc#_80.522.1229

Published and Sold by Geo. Willig Jr., Baltimore. Entered according to the act of Congress in the year 1835 by Geo. Willig Jr. in the clerks office of the district court of Md.

View of Baltimore.

1843

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 3819     Acc#_80.522.1230

Lith. & Pub. By N. Currier, New York. Entered according to the Clerks Office in the year 1843 by N. Currier in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York. Sticker also in folder signifies that the print is from ?dw. H. Wiederhold Art Store

Old Hagar.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 4041     Acc#_80.522.1232

Published by N. Hickman Balto. Lithography of Ed Weber & Co. Balto.

Veteran Volunteer Fireman's Association of the City of Baltimore.

1885

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 4267     Acc#_80.522.1234

Certifies Henry H. Adler as a member of the Veteran Volunteer Fireman's Association of the City of Baltimore. Engraved by Gillespie sc.

Baltimore's First Post Office

1951

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 4309 A    Acc#_80.522.1236

Print 90/100. Signed by Hopper Emory

[?] Boats, Baltimore Harbor

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 9

MB 4309 B    Acc#_80.522.1237

Print 26/100. Signed by Hopper Emory

View of the City of Baltimore taken from the Observatory in 1822

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

H 23              

 

Ch. Carroll of Carrollton

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

MB 937              

Painted by T. Sully in 1826, Newsam Del. Childs & Inman Lithrs. Published by T. Sully & Childs & Inman, Philadelphia.

Marftpreife.

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

CD 349.1

Published and Sold by Samuel Sower.

Baltimore Bote und Marylander Gtaats-Regifter

1996

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

CD 349.2

 

[Untitled Print of the Washington Monument]

Dec. 1896

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

H 314       

Signed by Gabrielle Dev. Clements

Washington's Reception by the Ladies, On Passing the Bridge at Trenton N.J. April 1789

1845

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

CB 832     

Lith. & Pub. By N. Currier, New York. Entered according to the Clerks Office in the year 1845 by N. Currier in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York

Gillpin's Falls [?]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

H 335       

Print 16/75. Signed by Hopper Emory

[Untitled Print of the Washington Monument]

1929

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

H 317       

Signed by artist '29. Edition 2/100.

The Tomb and Shade of Washington.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

MB 831      

Published by Currier & Ives, New York.

Johns Hopkins Hospital Administrative Building.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

MB 3872      

Printed by the Heliotype Printing Co., Boston. Engraved by Wm. C. Richardson Del.

[Untitled Portrait of George Washington]

1894

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

MB 5520      

Copyright by C. Klackner, New York

The S.S. Henry Lomb in Convoy

1943

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

MB 5943  

Copyright by Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.

The Merchants Shot Tower Baltimore, Maryland 1850

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

77.4

Published for J.W. & H.E. Draisey, London and Baltimore. Print by Il. C. Sindona

The Baltimore Regatta

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 10

1938.14.2        

Photographed by Stanton & Butler, Baltimore.

The Baltimore Trust Company (After the Conflagaration of Feb'y 7-8, 1904)

c. 1925

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

MC 7635

Print with a 1925 month calendar, Made in U.S.A.

The Sunday Sun Magazine

Feb. 7, 1954

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

MD 4180

Metrogravure. Baltimore, MD. Cover story on events of the Baltimore Fire of Feb. 7, 1904.

Baltimore, my Baltimore.

1916

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

CD 144  

Written by Folger McRimsey and Emma Haeberger

Veteran Volunteer Fireman's Association of the City of Baltimore.

1885

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

CD 49   

Certifies William H. Dryden as a member of the Veteran Volunteer Fireman's Association of the City of Baltimore. Engraved by Gillespie sc.

Baltimore Mob!! To Destroy the Freedom of Speech and of the Press.

Aug. 3, 1812

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

CD 217     

Published by the Constitutional Office

Ingleside Seminary

Jun. 22, 1859

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

MD 883     

Certifies that Sarah Morris has completed her course of study at Ingleside Seminary. Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore.

Expressions of the Municipal Authroities of Baltimore the  Death of John Garrett. Esqu.

Sept. 27, 1774

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

CD 306   

The Municipal Office.

National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial

Sept. 1914

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

MD 531   

Printed by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. Presented to William J. Miller of Baltimore to certify him as a subscriber to the Star-Spangled Banner Centennial

Proposals for Eftablifhing a Bank at Baltimore

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

MD 4315B  

Thirteen articles signed

Second Liberty Loan of 1917 Buy a Bond

c. 1917

Printed Advertisement

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

H 467       

U.S. Treasury Washington, D.C. No. 5.

List of Members of the Pioneer Hook and Laddar Company

1857

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

MD 884  

Printed by James Lucas & Sons Printers, Balt.

The Sun Vol. 1, No. 1.1

May 17, 1837

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 11

MD 5512  

Published by the Sun, Baltimore. Folder notes Reprint.

The State Board of Medical Examiners of Tennessee Certificate of Permanent License

Jul. 13, 1920

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

MD 12,062     

Issued to Caleb M. Lawrence M.D. by the State Board of Medical Examiners of Tennessee

Les Modes Parisiennes The Patterson's Magazine The Sea-Shore

Aug. 1879

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

No Call Number          

Engraved and Printed by Illman Brothers

Godey's Fashions For July 1878

Jul. 1878

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

No Call Number          

Engraved by J.H. Camp hila?

Jim Crow Jubilee

1847

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

No Call Number          

Published by Geo. P. Reed Boston. Engraved by Bufford's Lith. Boston. Entered according to the act of Congress in the year 1847 by Geo. P. Reed in the Clerks office of the District Court of Massachusetts

The Bob Hope Bicentennial Preakness Spectacular

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

No Call Number          

Poster for the event on May 14th. Year not dated. Sponsored by Budweiser and Published by Anheuser-Busc, Inc. Brewers of Budweiser Beer, St. Louis, MO.

[The Maryland Flood]

Aug. 15, 1868

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

MB 575              

Published by Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, New York. Sketch by Ben Day [2 copies of printed engraving and 1 article clipping]

Genf. Steward B. Jenever 24th, 1850 Baltimore ?

1850

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

MC 2297 

Hand-written ledger

Petition Against Erecting a City Hall

not dated

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

CD 2946

Addressed to James Calhoun Esqu. Mayor of the City of Baltimore and Signed by many

The Old Philadelphia Fire Department. Period of 1850.

Apr. 1883

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

MD 392   

Printed by Collins Printer, Philadelphia.

Natural Historical Society of Maryland

not dated

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

MD 1873   

Presented to the Honorable Howard W. Jackson as and Honorary Member by the Natural Historical Society of Maryland, Baltimore. Pen Artist C.H. Waller

Dear Mr. Mayor

Aug. 4, 1932

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

MD 1875   

Pen Artist C.H. Waller. Fifty-fifth Birthday card to Hon. Howard W. Jackson Mayor of the City of Baltimore from his staff.

Good Will Delegation

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 12

CD 190   

Les Ministre de Regions Liberees. Engraving by Ph. Rosch Grav.

Mr. Mathews.

Nov. 1, 1826

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Painted by James Lonsdale Esqr. Engraved by C. Turner Mezzotinto Engraver in Ordinary to His Majesty. London Pubd. Novr. 1, 1886 by Paul Colnaghi & Son Pall Mall East [9 copies]

Anthony Leigh or the Spanish Fryar

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Engraving by I. Smith fecit.

Rachel

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Photog. By Meyer et Pierson. Imp. Lemercier et Cie. Paris. Engraving signed by C. Fuhun? [2 Copies]

Mrs. D.P. Bowers/Elizabeth Crocker

c. 1830-1895

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Captioned Elizabeth Crocker 1830 + 1895

"Lord Lovell" by Mr. Sam Cowell

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Lith of Sammy Major & Knapp, N.Y. Engraving signed by N. Iarony

[Unidentified Group Portrait]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Folder notes: Print - Unidentified Theatrical Figures

No. 6 of The New Double Fashion Plates of Twenty Figures

May. 1882

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Published with "The Young Ladies' Journal" Print by Leon Iault a Paris

The Oriole Observer

Oct. 10-12, 1881

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Front page print by G. Welch. Published by John B. Piet, Baltimore

Mrs. S. Chapman

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Printed by E.D. Marchant Pinxit. Engraved by S.H. Gimber Sculpsit. [2 copies]

Mr. Dion Boucicault (in "The Shaughraun")

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Print signed by H.B. Published by Machure & Macdonald, Auto-Lith. London.

Mme. Malibran Garcia.

1829

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Litho. Of C. Molte. Print signed by D. Yuevedon? [4 Copies]

Minnie Hauck

Dec. 1858

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 13

No Call Number          

Lith. By E. Desmaisons. Publication of Brandus et Duiour. Imp. Lemcercier et Cie. Paris. Print signed by I. Desmoisons.

The Maryland Gazette

Apr. 1729

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 14

CD 219     

Published by the Maryland Gazette. Printed by Will Parks.

[Untitled Print of Building]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 14

H 93          

Print by A. Hoen & Co. Baltimore.

Baltimore Schutzenhof

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 14

H 98         Acc#_80.522.410

Lith. By Hunckel & Son, Breman & Baltimore.

City Wide Jackson League Gives His Honor a Victory Luncheon

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 14

MB 1885.2      

Photogrographed by Am. Staff, at the Lord Baltimore Hotel, is Mrs. Florence H. Dell, William Horst, Govenor Ritchie, Mayor Jackson, and Dr. Leon R. Saiontz.

[Unidentified Group Photo of Speech]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 14

MB 1885.1      

Unidentified Group Photo of Speech, possibly political

"The Fairest of the Fair."

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 14

MB 2401     

 

The News.

Oct. 23, 1814

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 14

MD 1255    

Published by The News, London. Card indicates newspaper as "An English newspaper account of the defeat of the British at Baltimore and on Lake Champlain. Published Sunday, October 23, 1814. Gift of Mr. French"

David Hosack M.D. F.R.S.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 15

MC 8703  

Painted by T. Sully. Eng. By A.B. Durand.

The Daily Sun Almanac

1858

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 15

MD 5527 (y-1)  

Prepared for the Daily Sun, Baltimore, MD. Which is published by A.S. Abell & Co. Baltimore, MD.

At Fort Carroll (backguard)

1944

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

MC 5802  

Notes on reverse: Chesapeake Bay Bugeye?, once owned by E.T. Newell, used as Coast Guard Harbor Eutraw? Patrol Boat during World War II

[Portrait of Daniel Eigenbrodt (1796-1883)

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1985.65.1 

Titled from folder notes, Charcoal on Paper

[Portrait of Margaretta Eigenbrodt (1802-1829)]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1985.65.2

Titled from folder notes, Charcoal on Paper

[Portrait of Kathry Schneuker nee Mueller]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1985.65.3

Titled from folder notes, Charcoal on Photograph

[Portait of Harry Schneuker]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1985.65.4

Titled from folder notes, Charcoal on Photo

Harry

Jul. 30, 1971

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1986.12.1

Dixie Peach Publishing Company, Division of Nostrilogical Productions, Baltimore.

Harry

Jan. 1972

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1986.12.2

Baltimore.

Preakness Day in Baltimore

May 15,1948

Menu

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1986.45.35 .a-.b                  

Miller Bros., Baltimore

Sunday Sun Magazine

Jul. 13, 1958

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1986.45.36 (a-d)                  

Metrogravure. Baltimore, MD. Cover story on Beach-Front Homes

Vintage Baltimore 1870-1880 1984 Calendar

c. 1984

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1985.60.1 

Published by Historic Graphics, Cockeysville, MD. Calendar contains repoduced photographs made by William M. Chase and David Bachrach Jr.

The Baltimore News

Feb. 7, 1904

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1985.76.1 

Published by the Baltimore News, Baltimore. Folder notes: Baltimore Fire Headlines (fragile)

Municipal Jounal Baltimore

Sept. 11, 1914

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1986.7.1 

Issued by the City Government. Star-Spangled Banner Edition

Municipal Jounal Baltimore

Sept. 6, 1918

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 16

1986.7.2 

Issued by the City Government.

Starlight Polka

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.1

Prepared by Emerson Drug Company, Baltimore, MD.

When the Swallows Homeward Fly

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.2 

Prepared by Emerson Drug Company, Baltimore, MD.

Ballou's Pictorial

Oct. 17, 1857

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.18.1 

Published by M.M. Ballou, Boston

Certificate of Appreciation

not dated

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.6.3 

Presented by Har Sinai Brotherhood to Judge E. Everett Lane.

The National Conference of Christians and Jews

not dated

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.6.4 

Certificated of Recognition to E. Everett Lane from Regional Chairmans of the National Conference of Christians and Jews

The State of Maryland

Nov. 20, 1923

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.6.7 

Presented to E. Everett Lane as an admitted Attorney of the Court and entitled to practice the Law in any of the Courts of Maryland and Signed by the Clerk of the Court of Appeals of Maryland

State of Maryland

Nov. 26, 1923

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.6.8 

Presented to E. Everett Lane as an admitted member of the Bar of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City from the Clerk of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City

When the Swallows Homeward Fly

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.3 

Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore

The Garden of Sleep

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.4 

Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore

The Garden of Sleep

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.5 

Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore

"Guard the Flag" March.

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.6 

Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore

Just a Little Sunshine Waltz. (Life's Story.)

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.7 

Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore

My Old Kentucky Home.

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.8 

Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore

Sing, Sweet Bird.

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 17

1985.50.9 

Prepared by Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore

[Box Empty]

 

 

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 18

 

 

Old Wrought-Iron Fan-Light Grilles, Baltimore, MD.

Jan. 26, 1895

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 19

CD 355 A

Drawn by J. Applebee Wilson. Published by American Architect and Building News. Printed by Heliotype Printing Co., Boston.

Old Wrought-Iron Fan-Light Grilles, Baltimore, MD.

Jan. 26, 1895

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 19

CD 355 B

Drawn by J. Applebee Wilson. Published by American Architect and Building News. Printed by Heliotype Printing Co., Boston.

Old Wrought-Iron Fan-Light Grilles, Baltimore, MD.

Jan. 26, 1895

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 19

CD 355 C 

Drawn by J. Applebee Wilson. Published by American Architect and Building News. Printed by Heliotype Printing Co., Boston.

The Baltimore Telegram

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 19

MD 1859   

Published by the Baltimore Telegram

National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial

Sept. 1914

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 19

MD 1333 

The National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial, Baltimore.

Proposals for Eftablifhing a Bank at Baltimore

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 19

MD 4315-A 

Thirteen articles signed

New Edition Star Spangled Banner

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 19

H 101      

Published and Sold by T. Carr Music Store, Baltimore. Arranged for the P.F. by T.C. the original Publisher.

The Maryland Journal, and Baltimore Advertiser No. 40 of Vol. XV.

May 16,1788

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 19

MD 4186

Published by the Maryland Journal, and Baltimore Advertiser. Printed by W. Goddard, Baltimore.

Seven Negro Boys.

Oct. 26, 1841

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

1996.75.1

$1400 Reward for seven negro boys declared as "Runaway from the subscribers living near Randall's town Baltimore Co. Md. on 23d inst." Signed by Jacob Wolf, Rezin H. Worthington, Henry Fite, and John Worthington.

Jottings From Baltimore

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MB 4244  

Sketches by E.W. Kemble. Published in The Baltimore Buckler Throne with article by Richard Barry on reverse.

Belch Hill

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

CB 333      

Drawn and Engraved by James W. Steel

Abraham Pollack's Mattress Factory; The Genuine and Only Chinaman's Tea Store; Geo. W. Arnold; Fairbank's Patent Scales; Dr. J. Thorne Veterinary Surgeon; New Creek Coal Company; Dougherty & Woods Steam Sugar Refinary

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 4188 

Seven individual broadside advertisements for various Baltimore businesses

Gleason's Pictoral Drawing-Room Companion

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 5419  

Publisher and Proprietor F. Gleason, Boston, Mass.

Farmers & Merchants National Bank

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 4033

Multiple versions of the Baltimore Farmers & Merchants National Bank Pay to the Order of Checks

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

Dec. 8, 1968

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MB 2475

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

not dated

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MB 4184 (2)

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

Department of the Interior

not dated

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 3069

Certificate recognizing the Historic Building of the Shot Tower in the County of Baltimore City being selected by the Historical American Buildings Survey, presented by the Department of the Interior

Orson Welles' The Magnificent Ambersons

Mar. 30, 1942

Magazine

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 2712  

Article pages on the Peale family Published in Life.

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

Jul. 13, 1861

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 5411 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper

Harper's Weekly

Mar. 9, 1861

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 5423 

Harper's Weekly

Illustrated News

Jul. 2, 1853

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 5422   

Illustrated News

Illustrated News

Apr. 16, 1853

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 20

MD 5421   

Illustrated News

General Washington in the Boston Athenaeum

Dec. 1853

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 21

CA 119     

Tolbo typed from Gilbert Stuart's original painting of General Washington in the Boston Athenaeum December 1853. McClees & Cermon Patent Crystalotype, Philada.

The Crowd at Baltimore Waiting for Mr. Lincon, President of the United States

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 22

CD 122    

Captioned: The Comic Engraving by Thomas Nast captured the Northern concept of the crowds in Baltimore awaiting the President. A sort of unruly, undiciplined gathering of persons any one of which might be involved in an attempt on the President's life.

William Wilkens & Co.

1882

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 22

No Call Number           

Published by the Journal of Commerce and Manufacturer's Record, Baltimore

First Blood.-The Sixth Massachusetts Regiment Fighting Their Way Through Baltimore, April 19, 1861

1861

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 22

CB 125  1 of 2     

Published in Harper's Weekly 1861

First Blood.-The Sixth Massachusetts Regiment Fighting Their Way Through Baltimore, April 19, 1861

May 4,1861

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 22

CB 125  2 of 2     

Harper's Weekly

Plan of the City of Baltimore including the South Baltimore Co. Grounds

1835

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

H 271   Acc#_80.522.274

 

Plan of Baltimore

1846

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

H 286   Acc#_80.522.278

Published by N. E.

Original Baltimore Town, showing lots as laid out in 1729.

1729

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

CD 99            

Map by F.H.F.

Map of the Patapsco River

not dated

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

No Call Number          

 

Colton's City of Baltimore Maryland

1855

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

H 201 A   Acc#_80.522.338

Published by J.H. Colton, New York.

Plan of Baltimore

1949-50

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

MB 8105 (1)  Acc#_80.522.439

Published by N. E.

Plan of Baltimore

1949-50

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

MB 8105 (2)  Acc#_80.522.440

Published by N. E.

Baltimore

1838

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

H 6         Acc#_80.522.392

Published by T.G. Bradford. Engraved by G.W. Boynton. Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1838, by T.G. Bradford, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.

Improved Plan of the City of Baltimore

1804

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

MB 4268         Acc#_80.522.1235

Baltimore Engraved for Warner & Hanna

Map of Baltimore County

1881

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

MB 1671      

Engraved expressly for the History of Baltimore City and County

Plat of Abraham Enzsor's Lots Adjoining Baltimore Town

c. 1820

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

ML 2532      

Folder notes [1820s?]

Plan of Baltimore

1829

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

X 31       Acc#_80.522.390

Taken from City Directory 1829. Engraved by Pratt Clark & Co.

Plan of Baltimore

c. 1845

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

H 197     Acc#_80.522.336

Published by F. Lucas, Jr. Printed by Murphy

Map of Baltimore

1858

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

MB 8109     Acc#_80.522.442

Published by J.W. Woods. Lith. By A. Hoen & Co. Entered according to the Act of Congess, in the year 1852, by Richard J. Matchett, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Maryland

Plan of Baltimore

1860

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

MB 3296 (1 of 3)     Acc#_80.522.1221

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1860 by S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Plan of Baltimore

1860

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

MB 3296 (2 of 3)     Acc#_80.522.1222

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1860 by S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Plan of Baltimore

1860

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 23

MB 3296 (3 of 3)     Acc#_80.522.1222

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1860 by S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Map of Baltimore, with Alphabetical List of All Streets, Lanes and Alleys

c. 1860

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

H 285    Acc#_80.522.277

Drawn by Wm. Sides. Engraved by Wm. Gillespie

A New Map of Maryland and Delaware with their Canals, Roads & Distances

1833

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

CB 982    Acc#_80.522.945

Published by H.S. Tanner, Philadelphia, in Tanner's Universal Atlas. Engraved by E. Gillingham sc. Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1833 by H.S. Tanner in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Maryland, Delaware, and District of Columbia

1925

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

No Call Number          

Copyright by the National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C. A. Hoen & Co. Lith., Baltimore.

Maryland

1838

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

MB 2467       Acc#_80.522.1211

Engraved by G.W. Boynton. Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1838 by T.G. Bradford in the Clerks Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.

A New Map of Maryland and Delaware with their Canals, Roads & Distances

1844

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

H 351        Acc#_80.522.1097

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1844 by Carey & Hunt in the Clerks Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

A Map of the United States of America.

Dec. 1, 1785

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

MD 494      Acc#_80.522.746

Published by I. Fielding, Patterson Row.

A New Map of Maryland and Delaware with their Canals, Roads & Distances

1833

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

CB 98      Acc#_80.522.944

Published by H.S. Tanner, Philadelphia, in Tanner's Universal Atlas. Engraved by E. Gillingham sc. Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1833 by H.S. Tanner in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Map of Virginia, and Maryland

Sept. 1, 1831

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

MB 2466      Acc#_80.522.1210

Published by I.T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall. Engraved & Painted by Fenner Sears & Co.

Plan of Baltimore

1860

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

H 293      Acc#_80.522.280

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1860 by S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

United States

c. 1848

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

H 485       Acc#_80.522.1116

Map Drawn & Engraved by J. Rapkill. Illustrations by J. Marchant & Engraved by J. Rogers

Discover Baltimore

c. 1975

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

No Call Number          

A Walking Map of Downtown Baltimore in A New City in Town Brochure

Plan of Baltimore

1874

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

MB 8106       Acc#_80.522.441

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1874 by S. Augustus Mitchell in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington

Water Front of Anne Arundel County Maryland in Vicinity of Annapolis

1930

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

No Call Number           

Copyright 1930 Robert L. Burwell

Baltimore

1869

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

MB 2477       Acc#_80.522.1212

 

Baltimore Sewerage Commision

1906

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

MD 3321       Acc#_80.522.1225

 

Map City of Baltimore

1914

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

X 25      Acc#_80.522.387

A. Hoen & Co. Lith.

Plan of Baltimore

1867

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

MB 3297     Acc#_80.522.1223

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1867 by S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Plan of Baltimore

1860

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

X 30     Acc#_80.522.389

Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1860 by S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia as William Penn Knew It 1684

1932

Map

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 24

No Call Number          

Prepared for the Program Committee, Albert-Cook-Myers-Chairman, Philadelphia-1932

The Petition of Joseph G. of Brand others

Feb. 23, 1802

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 25            

Addressed to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore

Treasury Department

Jun. 18, 1795

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 191           

Letter addressed to the Treasury Department

Treasury Department

Mar. 2, 1795; Jul. 17, 1794

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 192           

Letter addressed to the Treasury Department; Letter addressed to the Treasury Department, From O. Wolcott

Baltimore Collition Office

Aug. 27, 1793

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 193       

Letter addressed to the Baltimore Collition Office

Treasury Department

Sept. 8, 1795

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 194       

Letter addressed to the Treasury Department

Treasury Department

Nov. 19, 1795

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 195       

Letter addressed to the Treasury Department

Department of State

Feb. 8, 1805; May 20,1805

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 208       

Copies of Letters addressed to the Department of State from James Madroie?

Baltimore

Apr. 18, 1816

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 210       

Letter from John Stuikey

To The Honorable the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore

not dated

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 337       

A petition letter to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore

To the Mayor and City Council

Feb. 28, 1800

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 316       

Letter to the Mayor and City Council

City of Baltimore Fsc.?

May 29,1799

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

CL 340      

The Collector of the City of Baltimore

This Statement Witnesseth

1921

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

MB 432     

Witness Statement Attest: Mayor of Baltimore

Original Courses of Baltimore Tour

Jun. 13, 1881

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

ML 938     

From J. Thomas Scharf Esq.

Acct of Days works on Watter Street Bridge

Apr. 18, 1821

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

MD 1215  

 

Know All Men

not dated

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

MA 3870 (3) 

 

To Col. I.H. Long

not dated

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

ML 3882     

From the Prest. Of Emprs of the B. & O. R.I., Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

The State of Maryland

c. 1847

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

ML 4027     

Letters and Certificate provided to William St. Watson from the Mayor's Offices of Baltimore

Victoria

May 26,1848

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

LF 5476    

Signed by Queen Victoria Rex

To John Lee Frederick Schaffer, William Bromwell James Clark Jbeoye Coulson Esqr.?

Nov. 6, 1819

Correspondence

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 25

ML 8047      

From the Mayor of the City of Baltimore

The Sun Vol. III, No. 3.

May 19, 1838

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 26

MD 5853    

Published by the Sun, Baltimore.

The Monitor Vol 8, No. 288

Jan. 9, 1793

Newspaper

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 26

MD 5854    

Published by the Monitor, Litchfield Connecticut. Printed by Collier and Buel.

Build Now For Generations to Come                            Your New and Greater Chizuk Amuno

not dated

Informational Booklet

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 26

MD 4233   

Informational Booklet of Floor Plans and Interior and Exterior Sketches along with description of the newly built Chizuk Amuno, jewish place of worship

Brooklynwood

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 26

MB 4173   

Published by Geo. H. Polley & Co. Boston, Mass. Nine plates of various views of Brooklynwood.

[Unidentified Portrait]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1981.55.232 

 

Schlag's Bakery

not dated

Printed Advertisement

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1981.66.1 

The Parker Metal Dec. Co. Balto. MD.

Memorial of Marriage

Jun. 27, 1916

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1981.71.1 

Marriage Certificate between George Schaeagle and Barbara Uarea by the Roman Catholic Church St. Weoceglaus Church Baltimore. Print by B. Kuhlen, M. Gladbach.

The Sunday Sun Magazine

Feb. 20, 1955

Magazine

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1983.23.10

Metrogravure. Baltimore, MD. Cover story on The Smith, A Mighty Man

Public School of Baltimore

Jun. 30, 1900

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1984.49.1

Certificate for Heber S. Dixson completing the studies of the Grammar School Course. J. W. Bond Co. Lith. Balto.

The Yacht "Vesta" of N.Y. 201 Tons.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.1

Published by Currier & Ives, New York.

The Yacht "Fleeting" of N.Y. 212 Tons.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.2

Published by Currier & Ives, New York.

The Yacht "Henrietta" of N.Y. 205 Tons.

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.3     

Published by Currier & Ives, New York.

View of Camp Washington, At Trenton

1839

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.4     

From Nature by Wm. M. Huddy. On Stone by A. Hoffy & O'Conner. P.S. Duval, Lith. Phila. Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1839, by Huddy & Duval, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern Distt. Of Penna. Printed in the U.S. Military Magazine

Camp Wayne.

1840

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.5     

Taken from nature on the Spot by J. Queen. P.S. Duval, Lith. Philada. Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1840, by Huddy & Duval, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Printed in the U.S. Military Magazine

Frontispiece

1839

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.6     

Painted by J.R. Smith , from Sketches by Wm. M. Huddy. Lithographed by A. Hoffy. Printed by P.S. Duval, Lithographer Philada. Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1839, by Wm. M. Huddy in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

To the Washington Greys.

1839

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.7     

From the French by A. Hoffy. Printed by P.S. Duval, Lith Philada. Plate is most respectfully dedicated by Wm. M. Huddy. Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1839, by Wm. M. Huddy in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

United States Cadet's.

1840

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.8     

Dtsd. by W.M. Huddy. P.S. Duval Lith. Phila. On Stone by A. Koellner. Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1840, by Huddy & Duval in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern Dist. of Pa. Printed in the U.S. Military Magazine

United States Artillery. (Captain)

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 27

1985.1.9     

P.S. Duval Lith. Phila. On Stone by A. Koellner.

The Commission to Celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Charles Carroll of Carrollton

Sept. 20, 1937

Program

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1988.2.1     

The Commission gratefully acknowledges the hospitality of Johns Hospital University and the cooperation of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light, and Power Company.

[Untitled Landscape]

1941

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1988.15.2     

Signed by Romsohld

The Centenary Pagent of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

1927

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1988.43.1     

The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Baltimore, Maryland

[Untitled Print of Building]

not dated

Watercolor

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1988.53.2     

Watercolor signed by artist

By Authority of the State of Maryland

Jun. 1, 1909

Certificate

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1989.37.15    

Diploma awarded to Sophie Marie Ida Klotsrk? by the Maryland Institute for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts

Hotel Blotter!

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1989.52.3    

Baltimore, Md.

Sunday Sun Magazine

May 9,1948

Magazine

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1989.54.34    

Metrogravure. Baltimore, MD. Cover story on Mrs. Concetta Lenz, an Essex gymnast, housewife, and mother

Francis Schleunes & Co.

not dated

Print Advertisement

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1989.70.1   

Engraving by C. Harig.

Pavillion in the Park

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1990.2.6   

Drawing signed by artist Selma L. Oppenheimer. Exhibited in the Seventh Annual Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Maryland Artists at the Baltimore Museum of Art [Included in folder is original label of drawing]

Old Houses

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 28

1990.2.7   

Drawing by artist Selma L. Oppenheimer.

Help! Friends Overseas Relief

not dated

Printed Advertisement

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.81   

Clothing drive for war victims, headquartered at Friends Meeting

If You Find a Dud Evaluate the Neighborhood

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.82   

Civil Defense Poster

Is There Any Fire?

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.83   

Civil Defense Poster

Items for refuge room

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.84   

Civil Defense Poster

Know Your District

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.85  

Civil Defense Poster

Know Your People

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.86   

Civil Defense Poster

Make a map know your district

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.87   

Civil Defense Poster

Poster Reproductions by Maryland Art Project W.P.A.

1942

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.88   

Public Relations Department, Baltimore Comm. On Civilian Defense. Henry S. Scott Jr.

Protection!

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.89   

Civil Defense Poster

[Untitled Bomb Disposal Poster]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.90   

Civil Defense Poster

Relative Protection From Blasts and Fragments

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.91   

Civil Defense Poster

Relative Safety in Buildings

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.92  

Civil Defense Poster

Report Damaged Electric Wires Water Gas Mains Sewers Keep People Away

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.93  

Civil Defense Poster

The Warden Reports

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.94  

Civil Defense Poster

[Untitled Print of Building]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.95   

 

[Untitled Print of Building]

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.96   

 

Warden's Equipment

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.97   

Civil Defense Poster

Water Supply

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.98   

Civil Defense Poster

What To Do When Dud Falls

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 29

1990.6.99   

Civil Defense Poster

Home Sweet Home

not dated

Sheet Music

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1990.25.9 a,b,c   

World's Columbian Exposition, John Best & Co. Patterson, N.J. Manufacturers of Illuminated Pure Silk Book Markers, Badgers, Woven Pictures, & c.

Brooks Robinson Hall of Fame Commemorative Color Print

Aug. 5, 1983

Pamphlet

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1990.32.34   

Crown Central Petroleum Corporation, Baltimore, Maryland

Cry Baby

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1990.33.8   

Printed Poster for Cry Baby's Original Soundtrack Album, A John Waters Film

Bartlett Hayward Wins a Renewal of its Army-Navy E and Adds its First Star

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1990.86.4   

Koppers Company Bartlett Hayward Division Baltimore, Maryland

Yuletide Message to All Employees of the Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard

Dec. 1942

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1990.86.5   

Bethleham-Fairfield Shipyard, Inc.

Next! 6th war loan

1944

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1991.56.1   

U.S. Government Printing Office. Offical U.S. Treasury Poster

Premier Drawing Tablet

not dated

Booklet

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1991.16.17   

Sketches unsigned

Green Mount Cemetery

1848

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1992.18.1   

Drawn by Aug. Kollner, Lith. by Deroy, Printed by Cattier, and Published by Goupil, Vibert & Co. Entered according to the act of congress, in the year 1848, by Aug. Kollner, in the clerk's office of the district court for the southern district New York.

N. West View

1848

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1992.18.2   

Drawn by Aug. Kollner, Lith. by Deroy, Printed by Cattier, and Published by Goupil, Vibert & Co. Entered according to the act of congress, in the year 1848, by Aug. Kollner, in the clerk's office of the district court for the southern district New York.

Sons of Temperance

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1992.38.4   

Welloggs & Comstock, New York & Connecticut. Ensign & Thayer, Buffalo

15th Annual Outing

Aug. 11, 1940

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1993.1.1   

Morgan & Rohr Co.

Save Our City Hall

not dated

Broadside

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 30

1993.15.21   

Sponsored by Baltimore Heritage

Are There Any Wounded?

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.69 

Civil Defense Poster

Be Calm Be Cool Prevent Panic

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.70 

Civil Defense Poster

Call For Necessary Services

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.71 

Civil Defense Poster

Baltimore Committee on Civilian Defense

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.72 

Civil Defense Poster

Classroom Instruction Posters for the Training Division Baltimore Committee on Civilian Defense

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.73 

Contributed by Baltimore Artists through the Artists' Union Civil Defense Project

Comparative Sizes of Bombs

not dated

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WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.74 

Civil Defense Poster

Direct Your People To Casulty and Information Centers

not dated

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WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.75 

Civil Defense Poster

Don't Call the Fire Dept. Use Home Methods

not dated

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WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.76 

Civil Defense Poster

Don't throw water on a magnesium bomb it will explode

not dated

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WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.77 

Civil Defense Poster

Duties of Police in Emergencies

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.78 

Civil Defense Poster

Explosion of Magnesium Bomb May Cause Many Fires

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.79 

Civil Defense Poster

Gas-Tight Room Upper Floors are Best

not dated

Print

WOP, 16 x 20, Box 31

1990.6.80 

Civil Defense Poster

Games