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Street scene. Charles Street at Mount Vernon Place, looking north.
Subject:Lafayette, marquis de, Washington Monument, Monuments, Mount Vernon, Charles Street, Photographs, Baltimore City Life Museum Collection, Architecture, Baltimore (Md.), Julius Anderson Photograph Collection
Description:Street scene. Charles Street at Mount Vernon Place. Shows George Washington Monument, Marquis de Lafayette Monument, fountain, automobiles, Stafford Apartments. Unidentified photographer, ca. 1920-1930. Julius Anderson Photograph Collection. Gelatin silver print. Note: 1995.26.29 is the same image.
Date of Original:ca. 1920-1930
Collection:Julius Anderson Photograph Collection, Baltimore City Life Museum Collection, Special Collections Department
Type/Size:Photographic print, 8 x 10 inch (20.32 x 25.4 cm)
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Rights:Copy of original owned by the Maryland Historical Society. For reproduction and permission information, please contact email@example.com