Glass Plate Negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 8-16 - Peale/BCLM Photographs Collection

Maryland Historical Society
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Special Collections Department
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PEALE/BALTIMORE CITY LIFE MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION 

GLASS NEGATIVES, 5 X 7 INCH, BOXES 8-16

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Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 8

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC2218A

Washington Monument, Baltimore., seen from south. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2218B

Washington Monument, Baltimore, seen from west. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2218C

Washington Monument, Baltimore, seen from west. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2221A

Fort McHenry, Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2221B

Fort McHenry, Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2222A

Great Falls of the Potomac River, Potomac, Maryland. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2222B

Great Falls of the Potomac River, Potomac, Maryland. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2224A

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2224B

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2224C

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2231A

Edgar Allan Poe tombstone. Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, West Fayette Street and North Greene Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2231B

Edgar Allan Poe tombstone. Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, West Fayette Street and North Greene Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2231C

Edgar Allan Poe tombstone. Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, West Fayette Street and North Greene Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2250A

Harbor scene. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2250B

Harbor scene. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2250C

Harbor scene. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2254A

Sailboats in harbor. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2254B

Sailboats in harbor. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2256A

Pennsylvania Railroad tunnel (Union Tunnel) cave-in. East Hoffman Street east of Harford Road, Baltimore. June 29, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2256B

Pennsylvania Railroad tunnel (Union Tunnel) cave-in. East Hoffman Street east of Harford Road, Baltimore. Southwest corner of Hoffman Street and Central Avenue at left. Shows workers and spectators. June 29, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2256C

Pennsylvania Railroad tunnel (Union Tunnel) cave-in. East Hoffman Street east of Harford Road, Baltimore. Shows workers and spectators. June 29, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2256E

Pennsylvania Railroad tunnel (Union Tunnel) cave-in. East Hoffman Street east of Harford Road, Baltimore. June 29, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2257A

Thomas Viaduct, Relay, Maryland. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2257B

Thomas Viaduct, Relay, Maryland. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2257C

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) Station at Relay, Maryland. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2284A

Dedication of Maryland Line Monument, in front of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) station, West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. October 19, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2284B

Dedication of Maryland Line Monument, in front of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) station, West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. October 19, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2285

Harbor view. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) piers. Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2310

Flood in Jones Falls Valley. Possibly the Belvedere Avenue bridge, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2311

U.S.S. Dolphin in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2312A

Harbor view, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2312B

Harbor view, Baltimore. Unidentified steamer. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2312C

Harbor view, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2312D

Harbor view, Baltimore. Unidentified steamer. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2313

Launching of the Tremont in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2314

Harbor scene. Unidentified streamer. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2315

Night scene. Train at Union (Pennsylvania) Station, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2316

Lazaretto Point Lighthouse, Baltimore, with two men, child, and dog in foreground. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 


Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 9

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC2317

Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery. West Fayette Street and North Greene Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2319

Powerhouse (power plant). East Pratt Street, Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2321

St. Agnes Hospital, Catonsville, Maryland. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2322

9-13 West Mulberry Street, Baltimore, seen from northeast. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2323

2100 block, Mount Royal Terrace, Baltimore, looking north. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2324

Interior of classroom, Baltimore College of Dentistry and Surgery. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2325A

Fire ruins, unidentified buildings on rural land. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2325B

Fire ruins, unidentified buildings on rural land. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2326

Potomac River at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Shows bridge, houses, and church spire. Elevated view. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2327A

Unidentified rural area. Shows houses, road, and people. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2327B

Unidentified rural area. House in wooded area. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2328

Exterior view, Baltimore Custom House, seen from southeast. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2329

Exterior view, Severn Apartments. Cathedral Street and Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2330A

Marching band in parade, North Charles Street and Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, looking northwest from the Washington Monument. Cardinal Gibbons residence and return from Europe. September 24, 1903. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2330B

Marching band in parade, North Charles Street and Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, looking northwest from the Washington Monument. Cardinal Gibbons residence and return from Europe. September 24, 1903. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2331A

Unidentified house. Location unknown. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2331B

Unidentified house. Location unknown. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2331C

Unidentified house, bridge, and water. Possibly Herring Run mill, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2334

Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church, 10 East Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2336A

Greenmount Cemetery, entrance gates. Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2336B

Greenmount Cemetery, entrance gates. Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2338

Stone culvert, Location unknown. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2339

200 block, West Franklin Street, Baltimore, looking northwest. Shows streetcar unloading “Chattolanee” boxes. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2340A

500 block, North Howard Street, Baltimore, looking northwest. Auditorium Music Hall at night. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2340B

500 block, North Howard Street, Baltimore, looking northwest. Auditorium Music Hall at night. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2341

William Wallace Monument. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2343A

Unidentified building along Gwynns Falls, Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2343B

Mount Clare Mill. 2100 block, Washington Boulevard, Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2344A

Bridge over Lake Roland, Baltimore County. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2344B

Bridge over Lake Roland, Baltimore County. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2344C

Lake Roland, Baltimore County. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2344D

Lake Roland, Baltimore County. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2345A

Damaged roof blown off during storm. 1800 block, North Collington Avenue, Baltimore. July 3, 1902. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2345B

Damaged roof blown off during storm. 1800 block, North Collington Avenue, Baltimore. July 3, 1902. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2345C

Damaged roof blown off during storm. 1800 block, North Collington Avenue, Baltimore. July 3, 1902. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 10

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC2349

Ferry boat, Chesapeake Bay. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2350

Training ship in Baltimore Harbor, 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2351

Richmond Market, Baltimore. seen from southwest. Before restoration. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2352

Unidentified ship in harbor. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2353A

Austrian cruiser Szigetvar in Baltimore Harbor. April 1902. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2353B

Austrian cruiser Szigetvar in Baltimore Harbor. April 1902. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2353C

Austrian cruiser Szigetvar in Baltimore Harbor. April 1902. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2353D

Austrian cruiser Szigetvar in Baltimore Harbor. April 1902. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2354A

Hoffman Building. 8-14 South Eutaw Street, Baltimore, seen from northeast. Redwood Street at right, Eutaw Street at left. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2354B

Hoffman Building. 8-14 South Eutaw Street, Baltimore, seen from northeast. Redwood Street at right, Eutaw Street at left. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2354C

Hoffman Building. 8-14 South Eutaw Street, Baltimore, seen from northeast. Redwood Street at right, Eutaw Street at left. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2355

Thomas Viaduct Monument. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2356

Baltimore City Jail with view of railroad cars. Madison Street bridge over Jones Falls in foreground. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2357

Washington, Baltimore, and Annapolis Electric Railway (WB&A) bridge over the Severn River. Anne Arundel County, Maryland. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2358A

Unidentified covered bridge. Possibly Gwynn’s Falls, Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2358A

Unidentified covered bridge. Possibly Gwynn’s Falls, Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2360

M and M Library. Possibly the Merchants and Miners Company. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2361

Federal Hill Observatory Tower, Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2362

Saratoga Hotel. 236-242 North Howard Street, Baltimore, looking southwest from the northeast corner of Saratoga Street and Howard Street. Ca. 1902. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2382A

Copy photo: Probably looking west-southwest from the grounds of Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Shows military camps. American Civil War. Original: Photograph, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

MC2382B

Copy photo: Probably looking west-northwest from the grounds of Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Shows military camps. Smokestack would mark B and O Railroad piers. American Civil War. Original: Photograph, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

MC2714-1

Bay Steamers: Chesapeake and Atlantic Railroad Steamer, Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat Company. Steamer Ida departing. April 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2714-2

Bay Steamers: Chesapeake and Atlantic Railroad Steamer, Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat Company. Ericson Line Steamer, Richard Willing departing for Philadelphia. April 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2714-3

Bay Steamers: Chesapeake and Atlantic Railroad Steamer, Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat Company. Steamer Joppa departing for Eastern Shore. April 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2714-4

Bay Steamers: Chesapeake and Atlantic Railroad Steamer, Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat Company. Steamer Ida departing. April 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2714-5

Bay Steamers: Chesapeake and Atlantic Railroad Steamer, Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat Company. Steamer Sue arriving. February 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2716-1

Sailing craft, Baltimore: Four-mast schooner Mary E.C.C. Dow of Bath, Maine, anchored. July 1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2716-2

Sailing craft, Baltimore: Three-mast Brigantine Priscilla of Baltimore, July 1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2716-3

Sailing craft, Baltimore: Two four-mast schooners. Benjamin F. Poole of Providence, Rhode Island, anchored. July 1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer. 

 

 

MC2716-4

Sailing craft, Baltimore: Four-mast schooner Clara A. Donnell, Bath, Maine in harbor off Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) coal pier, Locust Point. July 1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2717-1

Sailing craft, Baltimore: Man loading kegs on deck of schooner. 1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2717-2

Sailing craft, Baltimore: Deck scene on board of schooner. 1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2718-1

Steamers, Baltimore: Merchants and Miners Transportation Company, S.S. Decatur Miller departing long dock. April 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer. 

 

 

MC2718-2

Steamers, Baltimore: S.S. Trojan at Pier 32, Locust Point. May 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2718-3

Steamers, Baltimore: Pinkeny Line S.S. Tampico (British) at Pier 31, Locust Point. May 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 11

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

CB2785

Copy photo: (Two images) St. Paul’s Episcopal Church from Poppleton Map; Conflagration of St. Paul’s Church. Originals: Prints, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2783

Copy photo: First Baptist Church. Northeast corner of Lombard Street and Sharp Street, Baltimore. Built in 1818, demolished ca. 1880. Robert Mills, Architect. Original: Photograph, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2784

Copy photo: First Constitutional Presbyterian Church. 17-23 South Greene Street, Baltimore, looking southeast. Organized in 1854, sold in 1875. Original: Painting by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2836 A

Copy photo: “Belvedere. Home of General John Eager Howard…” Oval photograph and newspaper article. Original: Photograph, unidentified photographer, and newspaper clipping, ca. 1875. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2836 B

Copy photo: Belvedere, home of General John Eager Howard. Original: Oval photograph by unidentified photographer, ca. 1875. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2851

Copy photo: Spears Wharf from Pratt Street, Baltimore. Original: Photograph possibly by W.H. Hunter, 1875. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

MC2718 .4

S.S. Hudson after turning over on Skinner Marine Railway, Locust Point, Baltimore. Merchants and Miners Transportation Company. July 1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2719 .1

French Naval Training Ship Cecille. Baltimore Harbor. 1900.     Frank W. Youse, photographer. 

 

 

 



 

MC2719 .3

French Naval Training Ship Cecille. Baltimore Harbor. 1900.     Frank W. Youse, photographer. 

 

 

MC2719 .4

U.S. Revenue Cutter U.S.S. Apache. Baltimore Harbor. 1900.   Frank W. Youse, photographer. 

 

 

MC2720 .1

William Keyser’s steam yacht Kalleda, at Belts Wharf, foot of Fell Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1899-1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2720 .2

Tug Alert of Philadelphia on right, Tug Success of Baltimore on left, and the stern of the Tug Bertha at Spedden’s Wharf, Baltimore. November 1900. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2720 .3

British S.S. Orthiba departing Locust Point pier for England. View of bow. Baltimore. May 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2720 .4

British S.S. Orthiba after departing Locust Point pier for England. View of stern. Man in dingy in foreground. May 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2721 .1

British S.S. Strathmore (Johnson Line) at Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company elevator, Locust Point, Baltimore. 1899.      Frank W. Youse, photographer. 

 

 

MC2721 .2

French Cruiser Suchet anchored. Baltimore Harbor. 1899.        Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2721 .3

Deck scene aboard the French Cruiser Suchet. Baltimore Harbor. 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2722 .1

North side of the 200 block of East Redwood Street (then East German Street), Baltimore, looking west. Visible buildings are (from right to left) Merchants’ Club (with steel framework of Continental Trust Company building rising behind it), Mercantile Trust and Deposit Company, and west of Calvert Street the Maryland Trust Company building. May 1901.                        Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2722 .2

Continental Trust building under construction. Southeast corner of Baltimore Street and Calvert Street, Baltimore, seen from west. May 1901. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2722 .3

Mount Vernon Woodberry Cotton Mill, Duck Mill No. 2. Falls Road near Woodberry, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Northern Central Railroad main line at left. February 1901. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2722 .4

2940 Falls Road, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Hollingsworth/Timanus Mill. Cedar Avenue bridge (original) in background. Note: Street car on Falls Road. February 1901.     Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2722 .5

Cedar Avenue Bridge over Jones Falls and Falls Road, Baltimore, seen from southeast. February 1901. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2727 .1

Johns Hopkins Mansion in Clifton Park, Baltimore, seen from south. June 1901. Frank W. Youse, photographer. 

 

 

MC2727 .2

Toll Gate and Keeper’s House. Southeast side of the 2900 block of Harford Road, Baltimore. February 1901. Frank W. Youse, photographer. See also: CC2770.

 

 

MC2727 .3

Baltimore City Courthouse. Calvert Street and Fayette Street, Baltimore, seen from east. June 1903. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2727 .4

Boat Lake in Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. April 1903. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2727 .5

Gwynn Oak Avenue bridge over Gwynn’s Falls with streetcar, Baltimore. July 1903. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2751 .1

Thomas Viaduct over Patapsco River near Relay, Maryland. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. July 1903. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2751 .2

417 Notre Dame Lane, Baltimore. Youse residence. June 1906. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2751 .3

417 Notre Dame Lane, Baltimore. Youse residence. June 1906. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2751 .4

417 Notre Dame Lane, Baltimore. Youse residence. June 1906. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2751 .5

417 Notre Dame Lane, Baltimore. Youse residence. June 1906. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2752 .1

View of bay steamers tied up along Light Street Wharf, looking southwest from Bowley’s Wharf, Baltimore. Steamship Ida in foreground. March 1899. Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

MC2752 .2

Steamship anchored in Baltimore Harbor. May 1899.              Frank W. Youse, photographer.

 

 

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 12

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

CB2864

Copy photo: Attack on the Massachusetts 6th at Baltimore. Original: Print by Monberger, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper.

 

CC2883

Copy photo: “The Dandy Slave: A scene in Baltimore, Maryland.” Original: Print from The London Illustrated News, unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper.

 

CB2930

Copy photo: “The Old Court House and Powder Magazine From a view taken in 1786.” Original: Work on paper, magazine cover, unidentified artist, 1786. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper: Size 11x14, Box 9.

 

CB2944

Copy photo: “Old City Watch House, corner Belvedere (North) Street and Orange Alley.” Original: Work on paper, unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper: Legal Size, Box 25.

 

CB2999

Copy photo: “Mansion House Hotel.” Original: Engraving, unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper: Legal Size, Box 16.

 

CB3001

Copy photo: “Guy’s Hotel, on the European Plan, Baltimore.” 100 block of North Calvert Street, Baltimore, east side. Original: Print, unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper: Legal Size, Box 16.

 

CC2889

Copy photo: “ Old Carroll Hall. The Baltimore News Building. Southeast corner of Baltimore Street and Calvert Street on site of Continental Trust Company Building.” 201-203 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore. Original: Photograph from a City Library Exhibit, unidentified photographer, 1895. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2915

Copy photo: Union Bank. 11-19 North Charles Street, Baltimore, looking southeast. Pediment later placed in Peale/BCLM Garden. Original: Photograph, unidentified photographer, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated. 

Possibly in Standing File.

 

CC2917

Copy photo: “Old Western Police Station…” 5 North Greene Street, Baltimore, seen from west. Western Watchhouse, 1825-1878. Original: Photograph, unidentified photographer, ca. 1873. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2937

Copy photo: “Unveiling Monument to Thomas Wildey, founder of the Independent Order of the Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.). Broadway near Fairmount Avenue, September 20th, 1865.” Original: Oval photograph, unidentified photographer, 1865. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2953

Copy photo: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Relay, Maryland. Original: Photograph, unidentified photographer, 1870. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

 

 

CC2981

Copy photo: 300 block of North Charles Street, Baltimore, looking north along the east side. Original: Photograph, unidentified photographer, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Possibly in Standing File.

 

MC3018-1

Baltimore Basilica, exterior view. 409 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Shows automobiles and pedestrians. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-2

Baltimore Basilica, exterior view. 409 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Shows automobiles and pedestrians. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-3

Homewood, exterior view. Johns Hopkins University campus, present day. Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-4

Francis Scott Key monument. Eutaw Place, Baltimore. Night scene. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-5

Tombstone of Richard Moale. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-6

Montebello. Exterior. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-7

Montebello. Exterior. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-8

Fireplace, Montebello. Interior. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-9

Spring house or dairy on original site designed by Benjamin H. Latrobe (1764-1820). Exterior. Oakland, Maryland. Now on campus of the Baltimore Museum of Art. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

See also: MC2903-1

MC3018-10

Provident Savings Bank, exterior view. 236-242 North Howard Street, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3018-11

Walters Art Gallery, balcony detail. Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC3019-1

Washington Monument, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, seen from south. Winter scene. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-2

Washington Monument, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, seen from south. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-3

Washington Monument, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, seen from south. Winter scene. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-4

Washington Monument, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, seen from south. Winter scene. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-5

Washington Monument, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, seen from south. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-6

Washington Monument, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, seen from south. Winter scene. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-7

Washington Monument, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, seen from south. Night scene. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-8

Washington Monument, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, seen from south. Night scene. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-9

Detail of lion on base of sculpture by Barye. Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-10

Lion. Sculpture by Barye. Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC3019-11

War. Sculpture by Barye. Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 13

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

CB3558

Copy photo: Officers of the Fifth Regiment I., M.N.G., Loreley City, MD, 1891. Original: Photograph presented by Armistead M. Webb, 1917. Unidentified photographer, 1891. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

City Collection, Work on Paper

 

CB4541

Copy photo: Charge of Maryland Infantry (C.S.), Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. Original: Work on paper by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

City Collection, Work on Paper

 

CB5471

Copy photo: Architectural drawing for the Washington Monument design competition. Original: Work on paper, unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

City Collection, Work on Paper. Now held by the Museum Dept.

 

CB5472

Copy photo: Architectural drawing for the Washington Monument design competition. Original: Work on paper by Joseph Ramme, 1813. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

City Collection, Work on Paper. Now held by the Museum Dept.

 

CC3551

Copy photo: Baltimore Harbor (two photographic prints, panoramic view), looking north from Federal Hill. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

City Collection

 

CC3552

Copy photo: Elevated view. Unit block of West Baltimore Street, south side, Baltimore, looking east. Shows Armstrong Cator and Company. Before 1904. Unidentified photographer.

City Collection

 

CC3553

Copy photo: “Laying the cornerstone of new court house, Baltimore, MD. June 25th, 1896.” Lexington Street and St. Paul Street, Baltimore, looking north from Fayette Street. Original: Photograph by T.P. Exall, 1896. Unidentified photographer. Not dated. 

City Collection

 

CC3555 A

Mayor Preston uses silver hammer to lay first three granite paving blocks on Fallsway. Baltimore. October 14, 1912. Unidentified photographer.

City Collection

 

CC3555 B

Ceremony for the start of street paving on Fallsway, Baltimore. 400 block of Fallsway looking northwest.View of attendees and neighboring buildings. October 14, 1912. Unidentified photographer. 

City Collection

 

CC5457 .1

Copy photo: “Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore Railroad Depot. President Street, corner Canton Avenue.” Detail from the 1867 or 1869 Bird’s Eye View of Baltimore. Original: Lithograph by E. Sasche and Company.Unidentified photographer. Not dated. 

City Collection

 

CC5457 .2

Copy photo: “Camden Station, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Fronting Howard, Camden, Eutaw and Lee Streets.” Detail from the 1867 or 1869 Bird’s Eye View of Baltimore. Original: Lithograph by E. Sasche and Company. Unidentified photographer. Not dated. 

City Collection

 

CF3073

Copy photo: Baltimore’s First Post Office. Built ca. 1730. Shows man standing in front of the door. Original: Photograph by Wm. F. Shorey, ca. 1891.Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

It is more than likely the item ID beginning with “CF” is not correct.

See also Subject Vertical File[SVF]; PP97.5

MB4177

Copy photo: Harper’s Weekly cover image. Volume V, Number 245. New York, Sunday, September 7, 1861. “A Female Rebel in Baltimore – An Everyday Scene”. American Civil War. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Original located in the Medium Prints Collection.

 

MB4184 .1

Copy photo: “Federal Hill, Baltimore, taken from the North Side Basin, now occupied by the troops of the Federal government. From a sketch by our special artist.” Original: Work on paper by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated. 

Print or drawing

 

MB4184 .7

Copy photo: “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.” Original: Detail of newspaper illustration by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or periodical

 

MB5407

Copy photo: “Rebel prisoners leaving Baltimore for Fortress Monroe.” Original: Detail of newspaper illustration by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or periodical

 

MC3019 .12

Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, looking northwest. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3019 .13

Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, looking northwest. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC3556

Baltimore Harbor looking north from Federal Hill. Ca. 1915. Unidentified photographer.



MC4101

Copy photo: “Raising the stars and stripes over the Custom House at Baltimore on May 1.” Original: Photogravure illustration by William H. Weaver, not dated. Newspaper or periodical. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or periodical

 

MC4150 A

Residence of Dr. Daniel Coit Gilman, President of Johns Hopkins University. 614 Park Avenue, Baltimore. Interior view. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC4150 B

Residence of Dr. Daniel Coit Gilman, President of Johns Hopkins University. 614 Park Avenue, Baltimore. Interior view. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC4150 C

Residence of Dr. Daniel Coit Gilman, President of Johns Hopkins University. 614 Park Avenue, Baltimore. Interior view. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC4150 D

Residence of Dr. Daniel Coit Gilman, President of Johns Hopkins University. 614 Park Avenue, Baltimore. Interior view. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC4150 E

Residence of Dr. Daniel Coit Gilman, President of Johns Hopkins University. 614 Park Avenue, Baltimore. Interior view. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC4150 F

Residence of Dr. Daniel Coit Gilman, President of Johns Hopkins University. 614 Park Avenue, Baltimore. Interior view. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MD3041

Copy photo: “Opening of Baltimore City Railroad, July 20, 1859. The first car.” Streetcar stands in modern-day 300 block of East Baltimore Street facing east. Intersecting street visible behind it is Guilford Avenue, with the Daily Exchange offices at 300 East Baltimore Street. Original: Illustration in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper. October 1, 1859. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper: Legal Size, Box 16.

 

MD5406

Copy photo: “Section of the Boston Battery, near the Relay House, commanding the Baltimore and Patapsco River.” Original: Work on paper by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper: Legal Size, Box 35

 

MD5410

Copy photo: “Arrest of Marshal Kane, at his house in Baltimore, at three o’clock a.m., on Tuesday, June 27, by order of Major-General Banks on a charge of treason.” Original: Illustration from newspaper by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Peale/BCLM Works on Paper: Size 11x14 in., Box 28

 

MD5411

Copy photo: “Entrance to the Provost-Marshal’s Building, Holliday Street, Baltimore, guarded by cannon to prevent the intrusion of the mob – Colonel Kenley acting as Provost-Marshal in place of Marshal Kane, confined in Fort McHenry [sic] on a charge of treason, by order of Major-General Banks.” Original: Illustration by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or other clipping

 

MD5412

Copy photo: “Interior of the outbuilding attached to Marshal Kane’s Police Headquarters, Holliday Street, Baltimore. Discovery of cannon, muskets, ball and ammunition intended for the service of Confederates.” Original: Illustration from newspaper or periodical by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or other clipping

 

MD5413

Copy photo: “Monument Square, Baltimore, Maryland. Section of Cook’s Boston Light Infantry with artillery in position, by order of Major-General Banks to quell an anticipated riot on account of the arrest of Marshall Kane and the police commissioners.” Published July 1861 in newspaper or periodical. Original: Illustration by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or other clipping

 

MD5416

Copy photo: Unidentified steam-powered machine. Possibly Winan’s steam gun. Original: Illustration from newspaper or periodical by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or other clipping

 

MD5418 .1

Copy photo: “Sand-bag battery, commanding the road to Harper’s Ferry, near the Relay House – built by Lieutenant W. H. McCartney, Boston Light Artillery.” Harper’s Weekly, June 1, 1861. Original: Illustration by unidentified photographer, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or other clipping

 

MD5418 .2

Copy photo: “The Bouquet Battery, commanding the bridge at the Relay House, Lieutenant Josiah Porter, Boston Light Artillery, Commanding.” Harper’s Weekly, June 1, 1861. Original: Illustration by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or other clipping

 

MD5455

Copy photo: “Winans steam gun, captured by Colonel Jones on the way to Harper’s Ferry.” Harper’s Weekly, 1861. Original: Photogravure illustration by William H. Weaver, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Newspaper or other clipping

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 14

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

CB5920

Copy photo: “Public floating school, Baltimore.” Original: Diagram and print by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

City Peale/BCLM Works on Paper: Size 11x14 in., Box 2

 

MB5578

Copy photo: “The New Jersey troops crossing the Chesapeake Bay, in sixteen propellers, on their way to Washington. From a sketch by an officer of the expedition.” Original: Engraving by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Print or drawing, Museum Collection

 

MC5569 .1

Copy photo: “The military occupation of Baltimore – Major-General Butler’s encampment on Federal Hill.” Original: Photogravure illustration by William H. Weaver. Harper’s Weekly, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Museum Collection

 

MC5569 .2

Copy photo: “Headquarters of General Butler, at Federal Hill, Baltimore.” Original: Illustration in newspaper or periodical by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Museum Collection

 

MC5570

Copy photo: “Battery, Stewart’s Place, Baltimore, Maryland.”Original: Print or drawing by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated. 

Museum Collection

 

MC5571

Copy photo: “Gallows Hill, Baltimore – House built by Marshal Kane after the 19th of April, and stored with firearms, now in possession of the thirteenth regiment (Brooklyn) N.Y. S. M.” Original: Illustration in newspaper or periodical by unidentified artist, not dated. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Museum Collection

 

MC5901

Copy photo: Street scene. Pedestrians standing outside “The Old [Md?] Curiosity Shop.” 236-238 North Eutaw Street, Baltimore, seen from northeast. Ca. 1890. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC5915

Copy photo: Fountain Inn. Light Street and German Street, Baltimore. Built before 1781 and demolished in 1871. Possibly visited by George Washington and Marquis de La Fayette. Ca. 1870. Unidentified photographer.

Municipal Museum Collection

 

MC6578

Two ships in harbor. Maartensoi JK (?) of Rotterdam in left background and bow view of unidentified ship (center foreground). Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6579 .1

Dan Hardie of Miami Beach, Florida. Steel ferry boat in Baltimore Harbor departing for Miami Beach. Built in Baltimore by the Spedden Shipbuilding Company for the Peninsula Terminal Company of Miami Beach. Windows are boarded for ocean leg of trip. 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6579 .2

Dan Hardie of Miami Beach, Florida. Steel ferry boat in Baltimore Harbor departing for Miami Beach. Built in Baltimore by the Spedden Shipbuilding Company for the Peninsula Terminal Company of Miami Beach. Windows are boarded for ocean leg of trip. 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6580

Bow view of yacht, motor type at anchor with suburban shoreline in background decked out with signal flags. Shows owners or staff posing at helm. April 7, 1919. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6581 A

S.S. Aquasco. Built for the United States Shipping Board by Henry Smith and Company. The first of eight wooden steamers launched. View of stern as ship enters the water on launching day. Curtis Bay. April 7, 1919. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6581 B

S.S. Aquasco. Built for the United States Shipping Board by Henry Smith and Company. The first of eight wooden steamers launched. Mrs. G.F. Beckerley, wife of the assistant inspector at this port posing with flowers for the christening of the ship before it was launched. Curtis Bay. April 7, 1919. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6581 C

S.S. Aquasco. Built for the United States Shipping Board by Henry Smith and Company. The first of eight wooden steamers launched. View of bow after the ship was launched and anchored in harbor. Curtis Bay. April 7, 1919. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6582

Engineer Corps harbor boat. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6583 A

Freeport Sulphur No. 2. Bow view of the ocean tugboat in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1914. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6583 B

Freeport Sulphur No. 2. Starboard view of the ocean tugboat in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1914. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6584

Gypsum Prince. J.B.K. and Company ocean tugboat out of Wilmington, Delaware. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6585

DeGrasse. Pleasure yacht, port side, at anchor. Suburban shoreline in background. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6590

1918 Liberty Loan Parade marching west along the 100 block of West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Shows procession, spectators, and businesses including Frank Brothers, Hood Tires, Southern Tire Repair, Empire Tires, and Overland. April 6, 1918. Hughes Company, photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6595

Druid Hill Park mansion. People standing on steps and automobiles parked in front of mansion. Baltimore. Ca. 1923. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6596

Druid Hill Park Zoo, Baltimore. Automobile and spectators at bear cage. Ca. 1923. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6597

Tolchester Amusement Park. Shows visitors and Whirl-Pool Dips [sic] racer dip. Ca. 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6598

Tolchester, Maryland. Possibly clubhouse. Also shows pier and water. 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6599 A

Tolchester, Maryland. House with veranda. 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6599 B

Tolchester, Maryland. House with veranda. 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC6650 A

Tolchester, Maryland. House with veranda. 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6650 B

Tolchester, Maryland. View of pier with steamboats and people swimming in water. 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6651 A

Tolchester, Maryland. Picnic grounds. 1922. Unidentified photographer. Hughes Company Collection.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6651 B

Tolchester, Maryland. Picnic grounds. 1922. Unidentified photographer. Hughes Company Collection.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6653 .1

Steamboat Louise. 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6653 .2

Copy photo: Steamboat Louise. 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

See also: CC2850

MC6655 .1

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6655 .2

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6656 .1

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 15

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC6656 .2

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .1

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .2

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .3

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .4

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .5

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .6

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .7

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .8

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6657 .9

Francis Scott Key Monument dedication, Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Statue of Orpheus, God of Music, dedicated by President Harding on June 14 (Flag Day), 1922 as a memorial to Francis Scott Key. Statue was bronze, weighed 20 tons, 25 feet high. Sculpted by Charles Henry Neihaus. June 14, 1922. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6658

Diptych: Fire Department football players. Two unidentified men in football uniforms. 1930. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6659 .1

S.S. Fairfax passenger ship. Possibly departing to Bermuda. View of stern. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6659 .2

S.S. Fairfax passenger ship. Possibly departing to Bermuda. View of bow. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6661

SStreet scene. Unit block of St. Paul Street, Baltimore, seen from south. Shows pedestrians, workers, and Day and Night Bank in the Chesapeake Building at 4 St. Paul Street. Ca. 1925. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6662

Copy photo: Tugboat Margaret J., starboard side. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6663 A

The Major, pleasure yacht, starboard side at anchor. Ca. 1915. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6663 B

The Major, pleasure yacht, port side, stern at anchor. Ca. 1915. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6664

Petrolia No. 8 work boat, starboard side. Federal Hill in background. Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6665

Fire boat Torrent, starboard side. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6666 A

Steamship East Indian, Detroit docked at Western Maryland Railway, Port Covington Piers, Baltimore. July 2, 1926. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6666 B

Steamship East Indian, Detroit docked at Western Maryland Railway, Port Covington Piers, Baltimore. July 2, 1926. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6666 C

Steamship East Indian, Detroit docked at Western Maryland Railway, Port Covington Piers, Baltimore. July 2, 1926. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6666 D

Western Maryland Railway, Port Covington Piers, Baltimore. July 2, 1926. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6667

Bond Street Wharf. Fells Point, Baltimore. Shows Terminal Warehouse Company and the Cranley of London docked at pier. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6668

S.S. Cubore. Bethlehem Steel Company. Ore ship accompanied by tugboats. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6669

Copy photo: Steamboat William Howard. Clyde Lines. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6670

Copy photo: Steamboat Swan. Clyde Lines. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6671

S.S. Fairfax passenger ship. Shows palm trees along Bermuda shoreline. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6673

Fire Department boat Tender. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6674

Steamship Cranley of London docked at the Western Maryland Railway Pier, Baltimore. View of stern and starboard. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6676 A

Mar Del Norte of Bilbao, Spain. Elevated view of the bow, unloading cargo at pier. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6676 B

Mar Del Norte of Bilbao, Spain. Elevated view of the stern, unloading cargo at pier. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6677

Barge John Wanamaker ready to launch. H.E. Crook Company. October 18, 1923. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6678

Oh Bee II yacht, starboard side. Greenbury Point. July 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6680

S.S. Major Wheeler docked at the American Sugar Refinery pier, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 16

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC6681 .1

Indianio of Goteberg, Sweden docked at the Terminal Warehouse Company, Bond Street Wharf, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6681 .2

Indianio of Goteberg, Sweden docked at the Terminal Warehouse Company, Bond Street Wharf, Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6683

Dynamiting a stack at the Gas and Electric Company, Baltimore. August 14, 1925. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6684 .1

Three men on horseback at unidentified racetrack. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6684 .2

Men on horses at unidentified racetrack. Also shows spectators. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6684 .3

Horses on unidentified racetrack. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6685 .1

Speedboat on water. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6685 .2

Speedboat on water. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6688

Copy photo: Aerial view of Highlandtown, Baltimore. Shows Jones and Lamb Company Meat Packers plant. December 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6689 .1

African American Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) parade marching south down the 300 block of Cathedral Street, Baltimore. September 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6689 .2

African American Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) parade marching south down the 300 block of Cathedral Street, Baltimore. September 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6689 .3

African American Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) parade marching on unidentified street, Baltimore. September 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6689 .4

African American Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) parade marching south down the 300 block of Cathedral Street, Baltimore. September 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6689 .5

African American Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) parade marching south down the 300 block of Cathedral Street, Baltimore. September 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6690

Baltimore Police Department athletes marching on track in unidentified stadium. Shows stadium with spectators in background. August 1925. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6692

Fire boat Cataract, port side. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6693

Fire boat Deluge, port side. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6695 .1

Tugboat Porter, port side. The Cottman Company. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6695 .2

Tugboat Porter, port side. The Cottman Company. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6696 .1

Motor yacht Fayanne of Baltimore, starboard side. Suburban shoreline in background. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6696 .2

Motor yacht Fayanne of Baltimore, starboard side. Suburban shoreline in background. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6698

U.S.S. Constellation frigate at dock flying American flag. 1914. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6820

AAfrican American Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) parade, Baltimore. Shows group at Poseidon Reviewing Stand. September 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6821 .1

Copy photo: Hynson, Westcott, and Dunning, Baltimore pharmaceutical manufacturer. 1030 North Charles Street, Baltimore. Two photographs: Interior and exterior. Ca. 1936. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6821 .2

Copy photo: Hynson, Westcott, and Dunning, Baltimore pharmaceutical manufacturer. 1030 North Charles Street, Baltimore. Two photographs: Interior with employees or owners. Ca. 1936. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6822 .1

Street scene. Fire at Robert Eden Elementary School, Public School No. 20. Eden Street and Federal Street, Baltimore. Shows building, smoke, firemen, and spectators. March 12, 1914. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6822 .2

Street scene. Fire at Robert Eden Elementary School, Public School No. 20. Eden Street and Federal Street, Baltimore. Shows firemen on ladder either climbing in or out of building. March 12, 1914. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6823 .1

Sherwood Forest Country Club, Anne Arundel County. Children walking down steps in woods. 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6823 .2

Sherwood Forest Country Club, Anne Arundel County. Shows children near clubhouse. 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6823 .3

Sherwood Forest Country Club, Anne Arundel County. View of clubhouse. 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6823 .4

Sherwood Forest Country Club, Anne Arundel County. Women playing golf. 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6824

Claiborne and Annapolis Ferry Company. Ferry Governor Albert C. Ritchie off of Annapolis, Maryland. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6825

Ship Begona No. 1- Montevideo docked at Baugh Chemical Company Wharf. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6826

Copy photo: Two photographs: Ferry Halifax and ferry Emmett Small. Ca. 1923-1925. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

MC6827

Snow scene. Snowplow on Frederick Road, Baltimore. State Roads Commission. 1921. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection

 

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