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Accessioned Photograph Collection - Peale/BCLM Photograph Collections
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The Peale/Baltimore City Life Museum accessioned (or numbered) photographic collections donated by one person, family, or organization. MdHS has retained the Peale/BCLM numbering system in order to keep donor files and records in order.
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Collection Name and Number: JULIUS ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION, 1994.42; 1995.62
Dates of Photographs: ca. 1920-1930
Physical Description: 229 photographic prints and one photographic souvenir book
Subjects: Baltimore streets and buildings: Churches and synagogues, colleges and universities, armories, cemeteries, businesses, houses, film and burlesque theaters, monuments, City Jail, clubs, and more.