BCLM Works On Paper, Legal, Boxes 34-36

BCLM Works on Paper, Legal, Boxes 34-36

Box 34

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

Congratulations

No Date

Post Card

MD3318.351

Lighthouse on front of post card addressed to Olive Leimkuhler of 2004 Ashland Ave Baltimore.  "Hearty Congratulations" from Uncle Harry and Aunt Lizzie

Valentine's

February 14, 1910

Craft

MD3318.352

Heart shaped, red colored cardboard cut out with a photo of a baby. On the front, "Yes Indeed, Mothah has one ever summah." Feb. 14, '10.  On the back "Gertrude"

Valentine's

February 14, 1910

Craft

MD3318.353

Heart shaped, red colored cardboard cut out with a picture of pots and pans and of a train.  Also on the front, "All ready for some specials'. 6:30 in the morning. 9:30 iin the evening. Feb. 14 '10" On the back "Ed."

Valentine's

February 14, 1910

Craft

MD3318.354

Heart shaped, red colored cardboard cut out with a picture of teddy bear and doll.  Also on the front, "Gease me. Mother Mary, Bessie or Lizzie, which one? Feb. 14, '10." On the back "Olive"

Bell Telephone

No Date

Post Card

MD3318.355 (a,b,c)

3 identical postcards with the text "A Doctor Quick- By Bell Telephone" at the bottom.  The illustration shows a nurse calling to a doctor while a man, woman, boy and older lady wait.

Bell Telephone

No Date

Post Card

MD3318.356

Postcard with the text "The Bell Telephone Gives Instant Alarms" at the bottom.  The illustration is of a fire truck pulled by horses.  A lady sitting by a telephone gazes out the window at the fire company dash through the street.

Bell Telephone

No Date

Post Card

MD3318.357

Postcard with the text "When the elements are against you, the bell telephone is for you."  The illustration shows a husband on the phone while the wife walks down the stairs.  On the other side of the phone is a man giving a paper to someone.

Bell Telephone

No Date

Post Card

MD3318.358

Postcard with the text "The Convenience of Marketing by Bell Telephone".  The illustration shows a mom on the phone looking at a ntoe with a child nearby.  On the other side of the phone is a man at the grocery store."

Bell Telephone

No Date

Post Card

MD3318.359

Postcard with the text "Into The Heart of the Shopping District by Bell Telephone".  The illustration shows a woman on the phone with a note and a city portrait in the background.

Presbyterian Church

August 5, 1912

Post Card

MD3318.360

Postcard with an illustration of the Presbyterian Church where Stonewall Jackson worshipped, Frederick, Md.  Postcard addressed to MR. E. Leimkuhler of 2004 E. Ashland Ave Baltimore "Best Wishes form Ma & Pa."  Post mark from Frederick Md.

Hamilton Street

No Date

Post Card

MD3318.361

Postcard addressed to E. Leimkuhler from A. B. Littmann.  Illustration of Hamilton Street in Allentown, PA on the front

Lake Royer

July 19

Post Card

MD3318.362

Postcard with scenic illustration of Lake Royer from Mt. Quierark, Blue Ridge Mountains, PA.  "Dear Gert, That yoke [sic] you made is just fine! Regards Krugie" addressed to Mrs. Ed. Leimkuhler of 1603 N. Gay Street Baltimore. Postmark from PA.

Broadway, New York

July 30

Post Card

MD3318.363

Postcard with illustration of Broadway, looking South from Stewart Building, New York. "Best Regards, love from Marie Jares to you all and Lilian Bezouska. Anna Srbova."  Addressed to Mrs. G. Leimkuhler of 2004 Ashland Ave Baltimore. Post Mark from New York, Tremont.

US Naval Academy

May 18, 1915

Post Card

MD3318.364

Postcard with illustration of Hospital at U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.  Addressed to Miss Olive Leimkuhler at 1603 N. Gay Street in Baltimore from Guers [sic]

Young's Ocean Pier

September 1915

Post Card

MD3318.365

Postcard with photo of large group showing Young's Ocean Pier, Atlantic City, NJ. Addressed to Miss Olive Leimkuhler of 1603 N. Gay Street of Baltimore from Marie

St. Nicholas' Catholic Church and School

August 28, 1915

Post Card

MD3318.366

Postcard with illustration of St. Nicholas' Catholic Church and School, South Tennessee and Pacific Aves in Atlantic City, NJ.  "Little Toots, We all like it, but Grandma. How are you and Scotty.  This is the church we are going to Sun. right across the street. Danni" addressed to Miss Olive Leimkuhler at 1603 N. Gay Street in Baltimore.

Boardwalk at Atlantic City, NJ

August 28, 1915

Post Card

MD3318.367

Postcard with illustration with woman walking and dress blowing in the breeze as two men watch. Text "A sight draft with interest on the boardwalk at Atlantic City, N.J."  On the back "How is this old boy? Sis."  Addressed to Mr. E. J. Leimkuhler of 1603 N. Gay Street Baltimore. Post mark from Atlantic City NJ.

Sunbath at Atlantic City, NJ

August 28, 1915

Post Card

MD3318.368

Postcard with photo a men, women and children "Taking a sunbath on the strand Atlantic City, NJ."  On the back "From you's bobby, Lou, a Isabelle," addressed to Miss Olive Leimkuhler of 1603 N. Gay Street Baltimore. Post mark from Atlantic City, NJ.

Buena Vista Hotel

1917

Post Card

MD3318.369

Postcard with a photo of the Buena Vista Hotel at Blue Ridge Mountains, PA.  "Dear Ed, This is life! But it ony lasts one day. Best regards, Krugie"  addressed to Ed. Leimkuhler of 1603 N. Gay Street Baltimore. Post mark from PA.

Rolling Chairs

June 28, 1910

Post Card

MD3318.370

Postcard with photo of men and women in rolling chairs at Atlantic City, NJ. On the back "Oh, you rolling chairs?! How would you like them? I do! Best wishes to you all Bertha Jares." addressed to G. Limekuhler of 2004 Ashland Ave Baltimore. Post mark from Atlantic City, NJ.

The Post Office

June 4, 1911

Post Card

MD3318.371

Postcard will photo of The Post Office in Cumberland, Md.  From Unlce Harry and Aunt Lizzie to Miss Olive Leimkuhler of 2004 Ashland Ave Baltimore.  Post mark from Cumberland Trans Clk.

Greeting Card

August 25, 1910

Post Card

MD3318.372

Front, "Marlborough-Blenheim, Atlantic City, N.J." Back, "How is little Olive? Is she a good little girl? Am afraid she is little boy by this. Hope that everybody is well. My love a kiss to you little girl from Bertha Jares." To "Miss Olive Limekuhler, 2004 Ashland Ave., Baltimore, Md."

Greeting Card

September 13, 1917

Post Card

MD3318.373

Front, "Hygeia Swimming Pool, Atlantic City, N.J." Back, "How do you like going back to school? I bet you're glad, Love Dannie." To "Miss Olive Leimkuhler 1603 N. Gay St. Balto Md."

Greeting Card

July 7, 1916

Post Card

MD3318.374

Front, "The Real Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia, Pa." Back, "Arrive all O.K. Received the glad hand. Took Steve by surprise on coming home from work. Bro. John." To "Mrs. Edw. J. Leimkuhler 1603 N. Gay Street Baltimore Md."

Greeting Card

September 5, 1917

Post Card

MD3318.375

Front, "Beach Front Hotels, At Night, Atlantic City, N.J." Back, "Say Ed. Long Beach has nothing on this. How did you make out Gert. Sis." To "Mr. & Mrs. Ed. Leimkuhler 1603 N. Gay St. Balto Md."

Greeting Card

September 9, 1917

Post Card

MD3318.376

Front, "Hygeia swimming pool building, showing Light House in distance, Atlantic City, N.J." Back, from "Marie" to "Miss Olive Leimkuhler 1603 N. Gay St. Baltimore Md."

Easter Card

No Date

Post Card

MD3318.377

Two sided card depicting birds, front, "A happy Eastertide be yours." Back, "With all good wishes for Easter."

Valentine's

No Date

Greeting Card

MD3318.378

Pink satin Valentine card with gold colored frame and backstand, "To my Valentine."

Valentine's

No Date

Greeting Card

MD4690.1

Valentine card with cherub in garden, "To my Valentine."

Greeting Card

No Date

Greeting Card

MD4690.2

Two sided card with three ladies drinking tea on one and three men with tophats and small gifts on the other. Side with women has small advertisement for "Huyber's New York Delicious Bonbons Chocolates."

Greeting Card

No Date

Greeting Card

MD4690.3

Two sided card with three ladies reading on one and three men smoking on the other. Side with women also has advertisement for "Huyber's New York Delicious Bonbons Chocolates."

Valentine's

No Date

Greeting Card

MD4690.4

Valentine card with young girl in spiral of flowers and cherub on a chariot led by doves, "A Token of Affection."

Valentine's

No Date

Greeting Card

1976.2.5.1.3

Card has young cherub boy bearing gifts with the words, "As the star Of the eye Makes glad The dark night, So thy eyes, Lovely maid, On my heart Shed a light" behind him. Folder also contains a small separated cherub with indecipherable text on the back and an envelope addressed to "Master Charlie Macgill St. Paul St. Baltimore."

Valentine's

No Date

Greeting Card

1976.2.6

Card has young couple in front and the words, "Haste, messenger of love, and fly Unto the one that holds my heart, And this reply unto her sigh, Oh! tenderly impart. 'I know no mortal but her And she no fonder worshipper.'" on the inside.

Reward of Merit

January 9, 1917

Print

1976.2.7

"Reward of Merit Presented to Master Charlie Macgill By Miss A.H. Ganto, Teacher." Back, "Penmanship. Jan. 9. 17." 

Box 35

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

G.W. Gail & Ax

no date

engraving

MB4633

Engraving of the G.W. Gail & Ax Tobacco Warehouse in Baltimore. Caption in German, "Labaffabrif von Gail und Ax in Baltimore. Nach..einer Driginalzeichnung von A. Weidenbach in Baltimore." (?) Four copies.

Baltimore and Liberty Streets

October 4, 1856

engraving

MB3139

Engraving of "Street I Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. Corner of Baltimore and Liberty Streets, 1856. From 'The Illustrated London News,' October 4, 1856."

Battle Monument Baltimore

ca. 1800s

engraving

CD2923

Engraving of the Battle Monument in Baltimore accompanied by an article describing the reasons behind its construction, a description of the monument, and lists the names of officers who died in the Battle of North Point.

Washington Monument

ca. 1800s

engraving

CB2927

Engraving of the Washington Monument in Baltimore taken from a newspaper. Lower left corner, "Chapin. Del" and middle, "Pilliner, SC."

New Jail at Baltimore

August 8, 1857

engraving

CB2945.2

Engraving of "The New Jail at Baltimore, Maryland" taken from a newspaper. Back of engraving in pencil it possibly says, "Ballous Pictorial" (?).

Baltimore City in 1880

no date

engraving

MA3031

Engraving of "Baltimore City in 1880." Is a view of boats on the bay with the city in the background. From the Philip G. Straus Collection.

View of Baltimore from Federal Hill

1853

engraving

MB3091

Engraving of "View of the City of Baltimore, Maryland, from Federal Hill." Taken from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion. Page 248. 1853.

Firemen's Celebration at Battle Monument

1851

engraving

CB3141

Engraving of "Firemen's Celebration at Baltimore" at the Battle Monument. Taken from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion page 321. See MB 4157 for a better copy.

Flag Raising at Custom-House

ca. 1800s

engraving

MD4101A

Engraving of "Raising the Stars and Stripes over the Custom-House at Baltimore, on May 1. - [Photographed by W.H. Weaver.]"

Federal Troops Encamped at Annapolis

May 4, 1861

engraving

MB4102B

Engraving of "Federal Troops Encamped on the Battery Al Annapolis, MD. - From a Sketch by our Special Artist. [Federal Troops Encamped on Battery at U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Leslie's May 4, 1861]" Material in brackets represents added information by the Peale Museum. Leslie's = Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Hall of the Maryland Institute

September 25, 1858

engraving

MB4161

Engraving of "The Remains of Wells and M'Comas lying in state in the Hall of the Maryland Institute, Baltimore. - From a photograph by Fischer & Brothers." Taken from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (N.Y.).

Fort McHenry

May 11, 1861

engraving

MB4184.4

Engraving of "View of Fort McHenry, Baltimore. - From a Photograph by W.H. Weaver." Taken from Harper's Weekly.

Peabody Institute of Baltimore

December 8, 1866

engraving

MB2475a

Two engravings of the Peabody Institute of Baltimore. One was taken from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper and is accompanied by a small article explaining the confusion with funds and the dedication that took place on October 24, 1866. The caption reads, "The Peabody Institute at the corner of Charles and Monument streets, Baltimore, Maryland. Donated by Mr. George Peabody, the Eminent American Banker, to the City of Baltimore." The second engraving is on a small business size card. 

Firemen's Celebration at Battle Monument

1851

engraving

CB2807

Engraving of "Firemen's Celebration at Baltimore" at the Battle Monument. Taken from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion page 321. See MB 4157 for a better copy. Can also view CB3141.

Somerset Steamer

September 30, 1865

engraving

CB2845

Engraving of "Sailing of the Steamer Somerset from Baltimore, Saturday, Sept. 30, for Liverpool. - From a Photograph by Weaver & Bachrach, Baltimore."

View of Baltimore

1851

engraving

CB2893

Engraving of "View of the City of Baltimore." (two copies) It is accompanied by a short article describing the city's origin, size, notable places and monuments, etc. On second copy, on back in pencil, "The Constantinople View…Probably from Gleason's [Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion.]"

Baltimore from the East

ca. 1800s

engraving

CB2898A

Engraving of "Baltimore from the East." Bottom left, "GP" and bottom right, "Harley."

View of Baltimore from Federal Hill

1851

engraving

CB2898B

Engraving of "View of the City of Baltimore, Maryland, from Federal Hill." Taken from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion. Page 248. 1851. See also, MB 3091.

Battle Monument Baltimore

ca. 1854

engraving

CB2919.2

Engraving of the Battle Monument in Baltimore, taken from unknown newspaper. Two copies.

Loudenslager's Hill

May 14, 1864

engraving

MB4184.3

Engraving of "View from Patterson Park, on Loudenslager's Hill, Batimore, MD. - From a sketch by our special artist, F.H. Schell."

Baltimore Harbor from Fell's Point

May 21, 1864

engraving

MB4184.5

Engraving of "Baltimore Harbor, from Fell's Point, Showing Locust Point and the Lazaretto. - From a sketch by our special artist, F.H. Schull." Taken from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Two copies.

Fort McHenry

ca. 1860s

engraving

MB4184.6

Engraving of "Fort M'Henry, on the Patapsco Bay, Commanding the City of Baltimore, and now in the possession of the Federal Troops. - From a sketch by our special artist." Taken from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Marshal Kane and Captain Hare

1861

engraving

MB4184.7

Engraving of "Captain Hare Demanding of Marshal Kane the arms taken from the Massachusetts Soldiers on the 19th of April, by the rioters of Baltimore. - From a sketch by our special artist." Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Concordia Buildings

ca. 1800s

engraving

MB4628A

Engraving of the Concordia Buildings with the caption in German, "Aeubere Anjicht des Concordia-Haujes in Baltimore." (?). Bottom left center, "XAWH." Two copies.

Concordia Theatre

ca. 1800s

engraving

MB4628B

Engraving of a play at the Concordia Theatre. Accompanied by a short sketch of some sort related to Baltimore. Caption and text in German.

Citizens Canal Line for Philadelphia

ca. 1800s

engraving

MB4650

Engraving of the Carroll Carrolton Citizens Canal Line for Philadelphia.

The Boston Battery

ca. 1860s

engraving

MD5406

Engraving of "Section of the Boston Battery, near the Relay House, commanding the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and Patapsco River. - From a sketch by our special artist." Taken from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Rebels in Maryland

July 30, 1864

engraving

MD5408

Three engravings: top left, "The Rebels robbing the Flour Mills in Maryland." top right, "The Rebels pillaging at the Hagerstown Depot." bottom, "The Rebels retreating with their plunder across the Potomac River." Taken from Harper's Weekly.

Marshal Kane Concealed Arms

July 13, 1861

engraving

MD5409

Engraving of "Searching for concealed arms on the third floor of Marshal Kane's Police Headquarters, by a detachment of Cook's Boston….From a sketch by our special artist." Taken from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Harper's Ferry Battery

June 1, 1861

engraving

MD5418.1

Engraving of "Sand-bag Battery, commanding the road to Harper's Ferry, near the Relay House - Built by Lieutenant W.H. M'Cartney, Boston Light Artillery. [Sketchedy by our Special Artist.]" Taken from Harper's Weekly.

Massachusetts Sixth Regiment Veterans

ca. 1860s

engraving

MB5717

Engraving of "The recent visit of the Veterans of the Historic Massachusetts Sixth Regiment to Baltimore. - The Procession passing the City Hall. Photo by Bachrach & Bro."

Box 36

Title

Date

Physical Description

Call Number

Notes

Maryland Leaf Tobacco

December 1747

print

CD2844

Bill of Lading which states that a Mr. William Goldsborough did entrust the ship Choptanck and a Mr. Edward William Barnes with four Hogsheads of Maryland Leaf Tobacco to be shipped to Liverpool for the price of thirteen pounds.

City of Baltimore Employ License

May 1, 1845

print

CD2881

License granted to Edward Hinkley to employ his one horse cart for hire. Signed by the then Mayor, Jacob G. Davies.

Harriet C. Peale to Mary Jane Peale

July 16, 1863

letter

ML5925

Letter from Harriet C. Peale, the widow of Rembrandt Peale, to Mary Jane Peale, the daughter of Rubens Peale regarding color shades, palette knives and other matters.

Supreme Bench of Baltimore

March 9, 1886

certificate

MD3113

"Certificate of Membership of the Bar" awarded to J.J. Gallagher who was admitted as a member on May 31, 1880.

Bank Notes

ca. 1840s

print

LD2373

Three bank notes: first for six and a quarter cents dated January 1, 1841; second for twelve and a half cents dated August 1, 1840; third for tweleve and a half cents dated 1840.

Phoenix Shot Tower

July 15, 1829

certificate

MD3055

Document certifying that "William Bose is entitled to one Share in the Capital or Joint Stock of the Phoenix Shot Tower Company of Baltimore…" with the subscription price of $100 signed by John H. Barney, President.

Maryland Currency

April/March, 1774

print

MD3081

Three bills all signed by William Eddis, two are for two-thirds of a dollar and the last is for one dollar.

City Taxes

1842 & 1844

print

MD3082

Two bills of City Taxes to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. The bill dated 1842 has John B. Seidenstricker listed as the collector and the "Pump Tax in Columbia Md" for a James Howard, for seven dollars. The bill dated 1844 has Aaron R. Levering listed as collector and the tax for "...paving 23 feet at 74 cents per front foot on Howard between Pratt & Franklin St..." for a John Eschbach, for twenty-one dollars and sixty-two cents.

City Taxes

April 15, 1846

print

MD3083

Henry Snyder, Collector. Taxes for Oliver Wood for twelve dollars and eighty cents.

Maryland Businesses

ca. 1800s

print

MX4265

Contains multiple documents belonging to various Baltimore companies including notecard size ads for The Horn-Shafer Press, an account book for Dr. Franklin Bank and Mellew J. Adler (1867), a stock share certificate to William Floss for the Locust Point Steam Ferry Company (May 1, 1853), a Baltimore and Ohio telegram from William Ettinger (May 4, 1888), S.W. Floss & Company bill from Allen, Barker & Co. Auctioneers (May 3, 1881), S.W. Floss & Co. bill from Passano & Bro. Merchants (1881), State Taxes for S.W. Floss & Co. (June 24, 1886), and a bill to Mr. H. Morris from S.W. Floss & Co. 

The Baltimore Athenaeum

June 1, 1825

certificate

CB2879

Certificate stating that the Baltimore Athenaeum owed Francis Burns fifty dollars.

Receipt for William Mary Cox

May 15, 1778

print

ML5680

A receipt for William Mary Cox listing the items he purchased such as linen and cotton stockings from a David Stewart.

Merchant Agreement

December 6, 1821

print

LD5868

Contains copy of the Merchants Agreement or Bill of Rights and newspaper clipping from November 26, 1943 discussing the discovery of the former document in an old Baltimore resident's home.

Letter of Claim

December 13, 1861

print

MC5025

Correspondence between a William Shannon and a George M.F. Dashiell concerning the claim for the capture of the vessel, "Baltimore."

United States Patent Office

July 12, 1869

letter

ML5614

Letter from Malcolm Seaton to E.G. Rennous inquiring about his advertisement of the "Race Barge" in the Baltimore Sun. Seaton asks for "full particulars."

James J. Fisher to George Day Welsh

March 21, 1834

letter

ML5708

Letter from James J. Fisher to George Day Welsh in Madeira discussing the wine trade.

Mrs. Herman Woods Jr. Envelopes

ca. 1850s

envelopes

ML5805

Nine envelopes addressed to Mrs. Herman Woods Jr. at Kirkland Chase Baltimore Md.

John E. Hurst & Company

1902

print

MD5862

Three documents: One document is entitled "Directions:" and dated August 27, 1902. The name on the document is C.S. Rouse in West Newton, Pennsylvania. The last two documents are letters to J.E. Hurst & Co., one from Smith, Hogg & Co. (August 11, 1902) and the other from Riverside Cotton Mills (September 23, 1902).

Commanding Approach to Washington

ca. 1860s

engraving

MD10446

Engraving of "Batter Commanding the Approach to Washington, on the Heights of Elk Ridge, Near the Relay House, MD." Taken from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

View from Patterson Park

May 14, 1864

engraving

MD7659

Engraving of "View from Patterson Park, on Loudenslager's Hill, Baltimore, MD." Taken from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Hagerstown, Maryland

September 28, 1861

engraving

MB10421

Engraving of "A United States Army Supply Train Passing Through Hagerstown, Maryland." Taken from Harper's Weekly.

Scene of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

December 12, 1868

engraving

MB10422

Engraving of "Scene on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad." Taken from The New-York Illustrated News.

Parkersburgh Junction

May 5, 1860

engraving

MB10423

Engraving of "View on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad - Parkersburgh Junction, at Grafton Station." Taken from The New-York Illustrated News.

Major General Benjamin H. Butler

ca. 1800s

engraving

MD10445

Engraving of "Major-General Benjamin F. Butler, U.S.A. - [Photographed by G.H. Loomis, Boston, Massachusetts.]"

 

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