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1119 North Charles Street, Baltimore.
Subject:Photographs, Architecture--Exterior, Street scene, Street scene--Urban Landscape, Baltimore (Md.), PP3, Numbered Collections, Rowhouses, Houses, Transportation--Horse-drawn wagons
Creator:Wilson, John Appleton, 1851-1927
Description:1119 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. January, 1892.
Date of Original:1892
Collection:Wilson Collection, Special Collections Department
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