Glass Plate Negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 1-34 - Peale/BCLM Photographs Collection

Maryland Historical Society
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PEALE/BALTIMORE CITY LIFE MUSEUM COLLECTION

GLASS NEGATIVES

5 X 7 INCHES, BOX 1-34

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Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 1

Item ID

Description

Creator

Date

Collection Info.

CA23

Copy photo: First Presbyterian Church. Baltimore. Original: Oil on canvas by unknown artist, ca. 1855.

Unidentified photographer

 

Not dated

 

City Hall.
Original is part
of the museum.

CC6A

Copy photo: Old Belvedere Bridge, spanned Jones Falls at Preston Street. Baltimore. Original: Stereoview by unidentified photographer.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC6B

Copy photo: Old Belvedere Bridge, spanned Jones Falls at Preston Street. Baltimore. Original: Stereoview by unidentified photographer.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC7

Copy photo: Old Belvedere Bridge, spanned Jones Falls from Preston Street, just east of North Street to York Road. Baltimore. Built 1819; demolished 1880. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1880.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC9

Copy photo: Sesquicentennial. Scene at corner of Druid Hill Avenue and Eutaw Street, Baltimore. Shows Engine House. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1880. 

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC15A

Copy photo: Clay Street fire ruins. View from Lexington Street looking northeast toward Park Avenue, Baltimore. Shows 1st English Evangelical Lutheran Church. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1873.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC18

Copy photo: Light Street M.E. Church, southwest corner of Light Street and Wine Alley, Baltimore. Erected 1797; demolished 1869. Original: William Getz, ca. 1868.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC27

Copy photo: Athenaeum Club, northeast corner of Charles Street and Franklin Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1910.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC32

Copy photo: The Friday Club of the Early Fifties. Seated: Henry Winter Davis, Severn Teackle Wallis, Frederick Frick, Judge Dobbin, Mr. Talbott, William H. Norris, William H.G. Dorsey. Standing: Benjamin Prestman, Judge Brown, Charles Pitts, Thomas Donaldson, Frederick Brune. Original: Unidentified photographer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC70

Copy photo: Looking east-southeast along the 100 block of West Saratoga Street, Baltimore. Shows damage after fire. Original may be stereoview, unidentified photographer, 1873.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall.

CC71

Copy photo: Clay Street Fire in progress, northeast towards Cathedral Street and St. Alphonsus Church. Baltimore. Original: Stereoview, unidentified photographer, July 25, 1873.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC72

Copy photo: 101-109 West Saratoga Street, Baltimore, seen from northeast. Central Presbyterian Church. Shows damage after fire. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1873.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC76

Copy photo: Maltby House. Pratt Street near Light Street, Baltimore. Destroyed in Great Fire of 1904. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1895.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC80

Copy photo: Rennert House. East Fayette Street, Baltimore. Original: William Getz, 1882.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

H26

Copy photo: Baltimore Town in 1752. Original: Lithograph by A. Hoen and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H29

Copy photo: Baltimore Street, 1850, looking west from Calvert Street, Baltimore. Original: Lithograph by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H30

Copy photo: View of Baltimore from Fairmount Street, Baltimore. Original: Lithograph by E. Sachse and Company, ca. 1850.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H35

Copy photo: Baltimore from Federal Hill. Original: Lithograph by Bennett, 1831.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H51

Copy photo: Baltimore in 1752, ca. 1815. Original: Lithograph by Boqueta.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H53

Copy photo: Baltimore from the Telegraph, 1847. Original: Lithograph by Havel.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H56

Copy photo: Washington Monument, Baltimore. 1848. Original: Lithograph by Kollner.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H113

Copy photo: Washington Monument, Baltimore, 1835. Original: Lithograph by King.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H114

Copy photo: Battle Monument, Baltimore, 1831. Original: Lithograph, Archer, and Boilly.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H189

Copy photo: Marsh Market fountain on Baltimore Street, Baltimore. Print from full-plate daguerreotype by Henry H. Clark, ca. 1845-1850 (MC711-3).

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H204

Copy photo: Lafayette Barracks, Baltimore, Maryland (Civil War), 1862. Original: Lithograph by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H221

Copy photo: Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore, (Civil War) 1862. Original: Lithograph by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H224

Copy photo: Fort McHenry, Baltimore, (Civil War) 1861. Original: Lithograph by Lloyd.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H254

Copy photo: Massachusetts Militia Passing Through Baltimore, 1862. (Civil War). Original: Lithograph by Virtue and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H269-1

Copy photo: Stewart Mansion Hospital, Baltimore, ca. 1862-1863. Original: Magnus, from prints by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H269-2

Copy photo: LaFayette Barracks, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1862-1863. Original: Magnus, from prints by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H269-3

Copy photo: Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1862-1863. Original: Magnus, from prints by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H269-5

Copy photo: Belger Barracks, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1862-1863. Original: Magnus, from prints by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H279

Copy photo: The Charge of the First Maryland Regiment at Death of Ashby, 1867. Original: Lithograph by A. Hoen and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H344

Copy photo: Camp Belger, 1862 (Civil War). Original: Lithograph by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

H345

Copy photo: Camp Chapin, Baltimore, 1862 (Civil War). Original: Lithograph by E. Sachse and Company.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Hambleton Print Collection

 

 

 

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 2 

Item ID

Description

Creator

Date

Collection Info.

CB99

Copy photo: Original Baltimore Town, laid out in 1729. Original: Map.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB126

Copy photo: Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB129

Copy photo: Camp Andrew, 17th Regiment Massachusetts, Stewart’s Grove, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB130

Copy photo: U.S.A. General Hospital, Patterson Park, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB131

Copy photo: U.S.A. General Hospital, McKim’s Mansion, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB132

Copy photo: Camp of the Duryea’s Zuaves, Federal Hill, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB166

Copy photo: Detail, Harper’s Weekly: The Ladd and Whitney Monument at Lowell. Original: Newsprint.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB167

Copy photo: Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB175-4

Copy photo: Camp Chesebrough, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB227

Copy photo: Unknown scene (possibly Baltimore). Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB282

Copy photo: Camp Washburn, 10th Maine Regiment, Colonel George L. Beal. Patterson Park, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB326

Copy photo: Rural scene, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB328

Copy photo: National Convention of Whig Young Men. Canton, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB343

Copy photo: The Death of Major General Ross Whilst Reconnoitering near Baltimore in America, 1814. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB357

Copy photo: Unknown scene, Ducks in water. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB360

Copy photo: Birds Eye View of Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB476

Copy photo: Northwest view (Baltimore?). Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB477

Copy photo: Hospital. (Unknown hospital.) Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CC84

Copy photo: General Wayne Inn, northwest corner of Paca Street and Baltimore Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC105

Copy photo: Bremen Steamship Parade. South Broadway, Baltimore, 1868. Opening of the North German Lloyd Steamship line between Baltimore and Bremen, Germany. Original: Unidentified photographer.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC245

Copy photo: Two views: West Baltimore, early 1870s, from Baltimore Street and Fulton Avenue; West Baltimore, early 1870s, from Fulton Avenue and Franklin Street. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1870-1880.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC259-1

Copy photo: Scene prior to laying the cornerstone of the old post office. Masonic ceremony. Shows part of old Court House and south side of Fayette Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1882.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC259-2

Copy photo: Scene prior to laying the cornerstone of the old post office. Masonic ceremony. Shows part of old Court House and south side of Fayette Street, Baltimore Original: Unidentified photographer, 1882.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC271-1

Copy photo: Jones Falls after the flood of 1868. Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1868.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC271-2

Copy photo: Jones Falls after the flood of 1868. Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1868.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC276

Copy photo: Laying the cornerstone of the Masonic Temple. Charles Street near Saratoga Street, looking west down Barnet Street. Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, November 20, 1866.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC277

Copy photo: Scene after Jones Falls flood. Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1868.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC296

Copy photo: Monument Square, showing Reverdy Johnson’s house, Imperial Hotel, and old courthouse building. Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC297-1

Copy photo: Monument to Cecil Calvert, founder of Maryland. West entrance of Courthouse, St. Paul Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, November 21, 1908.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC308

Copy photo: Street scene: Baltimore Street, between St. Paul Street and Calvert Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1878.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC310

Copy photo: Exchange Place. Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1880.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC318

Copy photo: Saratoga Street, south side, from Howard Street to Eutaw Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1900.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC352

Copy photo: Laying cornerstone for City Hall, Baltimore. Shows Peale Museum. Original: Unidentified photographer, November 11, 1867.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CC353

Copy photo: Washington Monument and Howard Park. Baltimore. Original: Photograph from watercolor drawn by R.C. Long, 1829.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall

CD122

Copy photo: The Crowd at Baltimore Waiting for Mr. Lincoln, President of the United States. Original: Newspaper clipping.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall miscellaneous paper material.

CD166

Copy photo: Dedication of the Monument In Memory of Ladd and Whitney, Lowell, Massachusetts, June 17, 1865. Original: Newspaper clipping.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall miscellaneous paper material.


Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 3

Item ID

Description

Creator

Date

Collection Info.

CB484

Copy photo: Laying Out Baltimore Town, January 12, 1730. Drawn by F.B. Mayer. Original: F.B. Mayer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB500

Copy photo: Detail of This Plan of the City of Baltimore (map). Also known as Poppleton’s Map. Public buildings engraved by Joseph Cone. Original: Map, engraved by Joseph Cone; author is unknown. 

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB552

Copy photo: City Spring. Original: Printed material (etching or lithograph, etc.) by unidentified artist.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB836

Copy photo: Warner and Hanna’s Plan of the City and Environs of Baltimore. Original: Map, engraved by Francis Shallus, 1801.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB868

Copy photo: Occupations of the Post Office, Corner of Gay and Lombard Streets, Baltimore, Maryland, by a detachment of the 20thPennsylvania troops, to protect it, in case of a riot. By orders of Major General Banks – from a sketch by our special artist. Original: Newsprint illustration by unknown artist.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB870

Copy photo: Jarvis U.S. General Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB871

Copy photo: View of Baltimore, From Federal Hill. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB873

Copy photo: Baltimore Taken Near Whetstone Point. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB874

Copy photo: View of Baltimore from Federal Hill. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CB875

Copy photo: View of Baltimore City. Original: Lithograph.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall,

printed material

CC950-1

Copy photo: First steam fire engine to visit Baltimore, shown at 136 Baltimore Street in front of W and H Spiker oil and lamp store. Original: Unidentified photographer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC950-2

Copy photo: First steam fire engine to visit Baltimore, shown at 136 Baltimore Street in front of W and H Spiker oil and lamp store. Original: Unidentified photographer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC953

Copy photo: Continental Trust Company Building, after Great Fire of 1904. Southwest corner of Baltimore Street and South Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1904.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC955

Copy photo: Barnum’s City Hotel, southwest corner of Fayette Street and Calvert Street, Baltimore. Shows horse car and omnibuses. Razed in 1889. Equitable Building was built on this site in 1891. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1870.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC956

Copy photo: Sulzebacher House, 900 block, West Baltimore Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1865.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC957

Copy photo: Northwest corner of Calvert Street and Fayette Street, showing Gilmor-Johnson House (shortly before being razed). Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1890-1895.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC968

Copy photo: Old Watch House, Saratoga Street near Holliday Street, shows scene of arrest of John J. White (?). Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1862.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC975-1

Copy photo: Hoy’s Tabernacle, east side of Pennsylvania Avenue, between Lanvale Street and Lafayette Street, Baltimore. Erected ca. 1875 by Colonel Hoy while engaged in a temperance crusade. Original: Unidentified photographer, taken in 1900 when it was a junk shop.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC975-2

Copy photo: Hoy’s Tabernacle, east side of Pennsylvania Avenue, between Lanvale Street and Lafayette Street, Baltimore. Erected ca. 1875 by Colonel Hoy while engaged in a temperance crusade. Original: Unidentified photographer, taken in 1900 when it was a junk shop.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC976

Copy photo: Sun Iron Building, southeast corner of Baltimore Street and South Street, Baltimore. “First iron building completed in the U.S.” built 1851. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1880-1890.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC979

Baltimore American Building, southwest corner of Baltimore Street and South Street, Baltimore. Erected 1875. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1900.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC980

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad building, northwest corner of Baltimore Street and Calvert Street, Baltimore. Begun in 1879; completed in 1882. Shows horse cars, omnibuses, Barnum’s City Hotel. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1890.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC981

Chamber of Commerce Building, northeast corner of Holliday Street and Second Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, ca. 1900.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC984

Copy photo: Harbor view, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1873.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC991-1

Copy photo: Baltimore Museum after fire, December 12, 1873. Then known as New American Theatre, northwest corner of Baltimore Street and Calvert Street, Baltimore. Shows Barnum’s City Hotel. Original: Unidentified photographer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC991-2

Copy photo: Baltimore Museum after fire, December 12, 1873. Then known as New American Theatre, northwest corner of Baltimore Street and Calvert Street, Baltimore. Shows Barnum’s City Hotel. Original: Unidentified photographer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC991-3

Copy photo: Baltimore Museum after fire, December 12, 1873. Then known as New American Theatre, northwest corner of Baltimore Street and Calvert Street, Baltimore. Shows Barnum’s City Hotel. Original: Unidentified photographer, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

CC992

Copy photo: Excavation for new Customs House. Exchange Place and Gay Street, Baltimore. Original: Unidentified photographer, 1902.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

City Hall, photograph

MA480

Copy photo: Battle of Baltimore. Original: Painting on fabric by unknown artist.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Museum painting

MC711-5

Copy photo: Baltimore Harbor view. Gay Street dock from Federal Hill. Ships Herald and Juniata. Original: Full plate daguerreotype attributed to Henry H. Clark, ca. 1845-1850.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Photograph

MC711-8

Copy photo: View of Baltimore. Looking east-northeast from Federal Hill. Original: Full plate daguerreotype attributed to Henry H. Clark, ca. 1845-1850.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Photograph

MC711-4

Copy photo: Baltimore Harbor. Shows ships Osiris, Constitution, and Bertha Harrassowitz. Original: Full plate daguerreotype attributed to Henry H. Clark, ca. 1845-1850.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Photograph

MC711-9

Copy photo: View of Baltimore. View southwest from Shot Tower. Original: Full plate daguerreotype by Henry H. Clark, ca. 1845-1848.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Photograph

MC711-7

Copy photo: View of Baltimore. Looking east-northeast from Federal Hill. Original: Full plate daguerreotype attributed to Henry H. Clark, ca. 1845-1850.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Photograph

MC711-1

Copy photo: View of Federal Hill, Baltimore, from Harbor. Shows Dudley-Porter Marine Observatory. Original: Full plate daguerreotype attributed to Henry H. Clark, ca. 1845-1850.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Photograph

MD891

Copy photo: “Extraordinary scene in Tammany Hall, Colonel William Wilson’s Zouaves swearing to be true to the stars and stripes and to go through Baltimore or die.” Original: Newsprint illustration, unidentified artist, not dated.

Unidentified photographer

Not dated

Museum, miscellaneous paper material


Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 4
 

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

CC1012

Copy photo: Union Station. Baltimore. Original: John Kirkness, 1892.

City Hall

Accession: 31.1

CC1140

Copy photo: Clerk’s office, Baltimore City Court. East side of St. Paul Street at Court House Lane (Masonic Temple begun in 1813. Jacob Small, Architecture). Original: 1890.

City Hall

Copy: CC2935

MB1172

Copy photo: U.S.A. General Hospital Patterson Park, Baltimore, No. 2. Original: Lithograph or etching by unknown artist, not dated. 

 

 

MB1178

Copy photo: Battery, Stewart’s Place, Baltimore, Maryland No. 1. Original: Lithograph or etching by unknown artist, not dated. 

 

 

MB1180-2

Copy photo: U.S.A. General Hospital, Patterson Park, Baltimore, No. 1. Original: Lithograph or etching by unknown artist, not dated. 

 

 

MC1190

Copy photo: Central Presbyterian Church. Liberty Street and Saratoga Street, Baltimore. Destroyed by fire of 1873. Original: Photograph, not dated. 

 

 

MC1260

Copy photo: Camden Station, Baltimore. Original: Photograph, not dated.

 

 

MC1268

Copy photo: George William Brown. Original: Photograph, signed by Brown, not dated.

 

 

MC1664

Copy photo: Defenders of Baltimore from War of 1812. Original: Photograph, not dated.

 

 

MC1917

Copy photo: Winter quarters of Maryland Line near Hanover Junction, Virginia. Camp St. Mary’s, January 1864. American Civil War. Original: Lithograph or etching with multiple views by unknown artist, not dated.

 

 

MC1976

Winan’s cigar boat on the building way. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

Glass negative has deteriorated. See Standing File for a print of better quality.

MC1982

Copy photo: First Methodist Episcopal Church. Northeast corner of Charles Street and Fayette Street, Baltimore. Demolished in 1880. Original: Photograph, not dated.

 

 

MC2021

Copy photo: 200 block of East Fayette Street, Baltimore, looking east. Ca. pre-1904. Original: Photograph, not dated. 

 

 

MC2023

Copy photo: Fayette Street, north side looking west from Howard Street, Baltimore. Original: Photograph, ca. 1912.

 

 

MC2026

Copy photo: West side of the 600 block of North Charles Street, Baltimore. Shows site of Walters Art Gallery. Original: Photograph within newspaper with headline, “Site of Probably Extension of Walters’ Art Gallery,” ca. 1905.

 

 

MC2029

Copy photo: Calvert Street and Baltimore Street. Shows excavation after museum was torn down and Barnum’s Hotel. Original: Photograph, not dated.

 

 

MC2034

Copy photo: Garrett Park. Baltimore. Original: Photograph within newspaper with headline, “Proposed Plan for City to Purchase Garrett Park,” 1902.

 

 

MC2039

Copy photo: Southwest (left) and northwest (right) corners of North Howard Street and West Franklin Street, Baltimore. Original: Photograph within document with title, “Net Works of Overhead Wires,” 1900.

 

 

MC2045

Copy photo: North side of the unit block of West Baltimore Street, Baltimore. Original: Photograph from the Baltimore Morning Herald, September 1900.

 

 

MC2046

Copy photo: North side of the 400 block of East Baltimore Street, Baltimore, looking northeast. Original: Photograph within document with title, “Net Works of Overhead Wires in Baltimore,” 1900.

 

 

MC2054

Copy photo: East side of the unit block of North Calvert Street, Batimore. Original: Photograph from the Baltimore Morning Herald, September 1900. 

 

 

MC2079

Copy photo: Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore, Maryland, 2. Original: Print by A. Hoen and Company, not dated.

 

 

MC2103

Copy photo: Men atop submarine. Original: Photograph, not dated.

 

 

MC2117

Jones Falls looking south from Baltimore Street bridge towards Lombard Street bridge, Baltimore. Shows bowling alley along the water and bridge. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2122A

Unidentified ship launching, ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2122B

Unidentified ship launching, ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2123A

Ship’s launching. Worden, Whipple, and Truxton. Torpedo boats at Maryland Steel Company, August 15, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2123B

Ship’s launching. Worden, Whipple, and Truxton. Torpedo boats at Maryland Steel Company, August 15, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2123C

Ship’s launching. Worden, Whipple, and Truxton. Torpedo boats at Maryland Steel Company, August 15, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2124A

Woodbury looking north from Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Shows houses and church. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2124B

Woodbury looking east from Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Shows house and St. Thomas Aquinas [R.C.] Church. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2127

Druid Hill Park, Greenspring Avenue entrance. Baltimore. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2130-1

Bolton, Spence Mansion, Baltimore, before demolition. Current site of the 5th Regiment Armory. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2131

Interior of drug store with customers. Ca. 1904. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2132

Interior of unidentified home with woman. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 5

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC2133

Shepherd George Standish McCleary (AKA Mr. Mac) with dog at Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Sheep in background. Ca. 1900. 

 

 

MC2134

Maryland Academy of Sciences. Franklin Street and Cathedral Street, Baltimore. Exterior view. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2135

Train on tracks. Unidentified location. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2136

Baltimore Harbor. Shows topsail schooner and Northern Central Railway piers. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2137-A

Harbor scene. Two sailing vessels. Piers in background. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2137-B

Harbor scene. Steamer and tug. Piers in background. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2137-C

Harbor scene. Sailing vessel and tug. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2139-1

Leonard Stone and Sand Company. Looking south from the east bank of Gwynns Falls above B and P Railroad tracks. Now Amtrak right-of-way through West Baltimore. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2139-2

Leonard Stone and Sand Company. Looking north along the west bank of Gwynn’s Falls above B and P Railroad tracks. Now Amtrak right-of-way across Gwynn’s Falls. Baltimore. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2143-A

Hoen building on fire. 300-316 East Lexington Street, Baltimore. City Hall at right. Shows firefighters and spectators. July 4, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2143-B

Hoen building on fire. 300-316 East Lexington Street, Baltimore. City Hall at right. Shows firefighters and spectators. July 4, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2143-C

Hoen building on fire. 300-316 East Lexington Street, Baltimore. City Hall at right. Shows fire truck with horse and spectators. July 4, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2143-D

Hoen building on fire. 300-316 East Lexington Street, Baltimore. City Hall at right. Shows firefighters and ladder trucks. July 4, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2149-A

Exterior view of Patterson Park Casino, Baltimore. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2149-A

Exterior view of Patterson Park Casino, Baltimore. Ca. 1895. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2152

Man demonstrating scissor grinder (bicycle-powered knife sharpener) for spectators on a Baltimore city street. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2155-1

House of Refuge (home for unruly boys), Gwynns Falls near Frederick Avenue, Baltimore. Cornerstone laid on October 27, 1851. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2155-2

Gwynns Falls near Frederick Avenue, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2156

Patterson Park Observatory (Pagoda), Baltimore, seen from west. Ca. 1895-1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2157

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

 

 

MC2161

Riddlemoser building on fire. 13-21 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2162-A

Thomas Wildey Odd Fellows Monument. 100 block of North Broadway, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2162-B

Thomas Wildey Odd Fellows Monument. 100 block of North Broadway, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2168

S.S. "Hudson" capsized at Skinner’s Shipyard, Baltimore. Merchants and Miners ship, shows "Kitty Knight" in background. May 28, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2169

Old homestead. Possibly Winans Place near Crimea. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2170

Baltimore Custom House, seen from southwest. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2171

Athenaeum Club. Northeast corner of Charles Street and Franklin Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2172

Harbor scene. Ferry Samuel H. Tagart, B and O Railroad piers and schooner. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2173-A

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2173-B

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2174-A

Howard Auditorium Music Hall at night. Howard Street near Franklin Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2174-B

Howard Auditorium Music Hall at night. Howard Street near Franklin Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 6

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC2167A

Roof blown off, tangled in electrical pole. 1000 block of North Collington Avenue, Baltimore, looking north. July 3, 1902. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2167B

Roof blown off, tangled in electrical pole. 100 block of South Collington Avenue, Baltimore, looking west. July 3, 1902. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2176A

Circus parade. Baltimore Street near Charles Street, Baltimore. Shows horses and spectators. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2176B

Circus parade. Baltimore Street near Charles Street, Baltimore. Shows horses and spectators. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2176C

Circus parade, Baltimore. Shows horses, camels, and spectators. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2177

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Locust Point Terminal, Baltimore, seen from south. Grain elevators B (left) and C (center) and piers 34-35 (right). Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2180

Fire on Eutaw Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2181

300 block of North Charles Street, Baltimore, looking southeast at Pleasant Street intersection. Shows trees downed by storm, rowhouses, businesses, and spectators. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. See also MC2209A-D.

 

 

MC2182

Tollgate. 200 Block of Reisterstown Road, Pikesville. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2184A

Glenn Ellen, “The Castle at Loch Raven”. Not dated. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2184B

Glenn Ellen, “The Castle at Loch Raven”. Not dated. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2186A

Baltimore from Federal Hill looking northwest. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2186B

Baltimore from Federal Hill looking southeast. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2187

13-21 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, seen from east. Riddlemoser building on fire. December 19, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2188A

Dedication of Maryland Line Monument, Baltimore. Lyric Theater at right. October 19, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2188B

Dedication of Maryland Line Monument, Baltimore. Lyric Theater at right. October 19, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2192A

Shore scene near Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2192B

Shore scene near Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2193

Powerhouse and pumping station, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2194

Ice boats in harbor, Baltimore. These ships brought ice from the Kennebee River to Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2195

Franklintown Road, Baltimore, near Gwynns Falls and Leakin Park. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2197

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Shows boys on bicycles. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2199

Fire at Hopkins Place and Lombard Street, Baltimore. February 3, 1901. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2200A

Train near Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2200B

Train near Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2202A

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

 

 

MC2202B

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

 

 

MC2202C

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

 

 

MC2202D

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

 

 

MC2202E

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

 

 

MC2203A

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

 

 

MC2203B

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

 

 

MC2203C

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

 

 

MC2203D

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

 

 

MC2203E

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

 

 

MC2204A

Unidentified dam near Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2204B

Unidentified dam near Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2204C

Unidentified dam near Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 7

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC2206A

Pedestrians on trail. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2206B

Trail and wooded area. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2206C

Bicyclists on trail, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Shows sign, “For Cycles Only”. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2206D

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

 

 

MC2206E

Trails in wooded area. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. 

 

 

MC2207A

Harbor scene. Shows two sailing vessels. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2207B

Harbor scene. Shows a steamer. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2207C

Harbor scene. Shows a sailing vessel. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2207D

Harbor scene. Shows a steamer and sailing vessel. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2207E

Harbor scene. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2207F

Harbor scene. Shows a steamer. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2209A

Downed tree. Charles Street and Pleasant Street, Baltimore, seen from south. Shows businesses and spectators. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2209B

Downed tree. Charles Street and Pleasant Street, Baltimore, seen from south. Shows businesses and spectators. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2209C

Downed tree. Charles Street and Pleasant Street, Baltimore, seen from north. Shows businesses and spectators. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. See also MC2181.

 

 

MC2209D

Downed tree. Charles Street and Pleasant Street, Baltimore, seen from north. Shows businesses and spectators. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer. See also MC2181.

 

 

MC2211A

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2211B

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2211C

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2211D

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2211E

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2211F

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2213A

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2213B

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2213C

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2213D

Loch Raven Dam. Ca. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2214A

Unidentified bridge near Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2214B

Unidentified bridge near Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2214C

Unidentified bridge near Baltimore. 1900. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2217A

Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery. West Fayette Street and North Greene Street, Baltimore. Shows pyramid. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2217B

Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery. West Fayette Street and North Greene Street, Baltimore. Shows pyramid. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2217C

Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery. West Fayette Street and North Greene Street, Baltimore. Shows pyramid. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC2217D

Westminster Presbyterian Church and Cemetery. West Fayette Street and North Greene Street, Baltimore. Shows pyramid. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

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

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 17

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC6828

Yacht Fayanne. Property of E.E. Jackson, Baltimore. Ca. 1925. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6829

Tugboat Gypsum Prince. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6830

Fireboat S.C. 428 in Baltimore. Shows firemen on deck. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6831 .1

S.S. Cubore with tugboat M. Mitchell Davis. 1924. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6831 .2

S.S. Cubore with tugboat M. Mitchell Davis. 1924. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6832 .1

The Eva Conway in harbor. June 1928. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6832 .2

The Eva Conway at Pratt Street pier, Baltimore. June 1928. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6833

Copy photo: Shepherd, dogs, and sheep at Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Mansion in background. Ca. 1930. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6834

607-615 South Ann Street, Baltimore, seen from southeast. Public School No. 6, William Fell School. Shows children playing in schoolyard. July 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6835

2200-2272 South Clinton Street, Baltimore, seen from northwest. American Agricultural Chemical Company. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6836

Copy photo: Street scene. 48 South Charles Street, Baltimore, seen from southeast. Frank W. Winne and Son, Inc. Ca. 1923. Unidentified photographer. Not dated.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6837 .1

Street scene. 1000 South Monroe Street, Baltimore, seen from south. Montgomery Ward Company. Shows automobiles on Monroe Street. December 1928. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6837 .2

Street scene. 1000 South Monroe Street, Baltimore, seen from south. Montgomery Ward Company. Shows automobiles in parking lot. December 1928. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6838

Police Athletic League swimming class in Druid Hill Park pool, Baltimore, seen from northwest. July 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6840

Playground east of 1807-1835 Harlem Avenue, Baltimore, looking southeast. Public School No. 82. Shows children, some in costumes, in the yard. July 1926. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6842 .1

West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Liberty Parade marching west from Maryland Avenue. April 6, 1918. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

See also: MC6590

MC6842 .2

West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Liberty Parade marching west from Maryland Avenue. April 6, 1918. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

See also: MC6590

MC6842 .3

West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Liberty Parade marching west from Maryland Avenue. April 6, 1918. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

See also: MC6590

MC6842 .4

West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Liberty Parade marching west from Maryland Avenue. April 6, 1918. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

See also: MC6590

MC6842 .5

West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Liberty Parade marching west from Maryland Avenue. April 6, 1918. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

See also: MC6590

MC6842 .6

West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Liberty Parade marching west from Maryland Avenue. April 6, 1918. Hughes Company, photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

See also: MC6590

MC6843 .1

Cement mixer pouring cement for road. Foster Avenue and Milton Avenue, Baltimore. 2442 Foster Avenue at left; 600 block of South Milton Avenue at right. Shows workers. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6843 .2

Cement mixer pouring cement for road. Foster Avenue and Milton Avenue, Baltimore. Shows workers. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6843 .3

Cement mixer pouring cement for road. Foster Avenue and Milton Avenue, Baltimore. 2442 Foster Avenue at left; 600 block of South Milton Avenue at right. Shows workers. Ca. 1920. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6844

Intersection of Charles Street and Baltimore Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Ca. 1925. Unidentified photographer. Shows pedestrians, double-decker bus, streetcar, and businesses. 

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6845

Aerial view. 4100-4300 Newgate Avenue, Baltimore, seen from south. Canton Railroad Terminal. Pier 2, Pier 3, and Pier 4. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6846 .1

1601-1605 Thames Street; now 901 South Bond Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Terminal Warehouse Company. Bond Street Wharf. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC6846 .2

1601-1605 Thames Street; now 901 South Bond Street, Baltimore, seen from south. Terminal Warehouse Company. Bond Street Wharf. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

Hughes Company Collection.

 

MC7621

Unidentified man with notebook sitting on rock in woodland. Ca. 1900. Andrew Bayer, photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC7622

629 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore. George Bayer (1828-1908), tailor, at left, with one of his sons. Ca. 1900. Andrew Bayer, photographer.

Museum Collection

 

MC7705 .1

Goucher College. St. Paul Street and East 23rd Street, Baltimore. Shows Goucher Hall, Bennett Hall, and Lovely Lane Methodist Church. (Now Baltimore Lab School, 2014). Ca. 1935. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

MC7708 .1

Gilman Hall, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, seen from north. Ca. 1940. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

MC7750

Looking north along the west side of 1800-2200 blocks of St. Paul Street, Baltimore. Shows St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church and Lovely Lane Methodist Church. Ca. 1935. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 18

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC7838

View northwest from the north end of Woodall Street, Baltimore. Schooner Katherine May at right. Ca. 1935. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

MC7845

Elevated view northeast from the Consolidated Gas and Electric Company’s Spring Garden gasometer. 1600 block of Leadenhall Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1935. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

MC7846

Looking west from Bond Street along the 1500 block of East Fairmount Avenue, Baltimore. Ca. 1935. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

MC8283

Copy photo: Calvert Station, Baltimore. View of two trains and two pedestrians.

 

 

MC8339

Copy photograph: Portrait: Enoch Pratt. Not dated. Blakeslee Lane, photographer. 

Blakeslee Lane Collection

 

MC8468

Copy photo: Architectural drawing: Enoch Pratt Library, Central Branch. 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore. Not dated. Blakeslee Lane, photographer.

Blakeslee Lane Collection

 

MC8827

Detail of possible unidentified church’s brick pattern. Not dated.

Robert L. Harris Collection

 

MC9000 A

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Shows unidentified schooner at pier. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC9000 B

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Shows unidentified schooner at pier. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

MC9001 .1

Ship Angerona from Norway with tugboat in Baltimore Harbor. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .2

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .3

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .4

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .5

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .6

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .7

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .8

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .9

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .10

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .11

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .12

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9001 .13

Convict ship Success docked at Pratt Street Pier 6, Baltimore. April 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9002 .1

British bark Silverstream anchored in harbor. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9002 .2

British bark Silverstream anchored in harbor. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9002 .3

British bark Silverstream anchored in harbor. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9002 .4

British bark Silverstream anchored in harbor. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9003 .1

Norwegian ship Vigo docked at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 10, Baltimore. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9003 .2

Norwegian ship Vigo docked at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 10, Baltimore. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .1

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .2

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .3

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .4

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .5

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .6

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .7

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .8

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .9

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 19

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9004 .10

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9004 .11

Bark Manga Reva at pier. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9005 .1

Norwegian ship Lancing. John Dubas, photographer. February 11, 1917.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9005 .2

Norwegian ship Lancing. John Dubas, photographer. February 11, 1917.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9005 .3

Norwegian ship Lancing. John Dubas, photographer. February 11, 1917.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9005 .4

Norwegian ship Lancing. John Dubas, photographer. February 11, 1917.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9005 .5

Norwegian ship Lancing. John Dubas, photographer. February 11, 1917.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9005 .6

Norwegian ship Lancing. John Dubas, photographer. February 11, 1917.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9005 .7

Norwegian ship Lancing. John Dubas, photographer. February 11, 1917.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9007

.1

British shipentine Arrow (later Parma). Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9007

.2

British shipentine Arrow (later Parma). Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9007

.3

British shipentine Arrow (later Parma). Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9007

.4

British shipentine Arrow (later Parma). Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9008

Schooner Zebedee E. Cliff (U.S.). November 5, 1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9009

Unidentified ship. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9010

British shipentine Lindhurst. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 23, Baltimore. March 4, 1908.      John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9011 A

British shipentine Lawhill. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 23, Baltimore. May 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9011 B

British shipentine Lawhill. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 23, Baltimore. May 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9012 .1

Three-masted bark Onway (U.S.). Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9012 .2

Three-masted bark Onway (U.S.). Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9012 .3

Three-masted bark Onway (U.S.). Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9013 .1

Unidentified shipentine. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9013 .2

Unidentified shipentine. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9013 .3

Unidentified shipentine. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9013 .4

Unidentified shipentine. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9014 A

Ship Ascencione. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9014 B

Ship Ascencione. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9014 C

Ship Ascencione. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9014 D

Ship Ascencione. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 10, Baltimore. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9015 A

British shipentine Daylight. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9015 B

British shipentine Daylight. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9015 C

British shipentine Daylight. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9015 D

British shipentine Daylight. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9016 A

British bark Comet. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 23, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9016 B

British bark Comet. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 23, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 20

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9016 C

British bark Comet. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Pier 23, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9017 A

Shipentine Dirigo. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper

Memorial Collection

 

MC9017 B

Shipentine Dirigo. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9018 A

Aryon, ship (U.S.). Shows Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 10. 1911. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9018 B

Aryon, ship (U.S.). Shows Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 10. 1911. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9019 B

Buenos Aires, ship. Shows Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 10. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9019 C

Buenos Aires, ship. Shows Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 10. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9020 .1

William P. Farye (U.S.), shipentine. January 1, 1913. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9020 .2

William P. Farye (U.S.), shipentine. January 1, 1913. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9020 .3

William P. Farye (U.S.), shipentine. January 1, 1913. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9020 .4

William P. Farye (U.S.), shipentine. January 1, 1913. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9020 .5

William P. Farye (U.S.), shipentine. January 1, 1913. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9020 .6

William P. Farye (U.S.), shipentine. January 1, 1913. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9020 .7

William P. Farye (U.S.), shipentine. January 1, 1913. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9020 .8

William P. Farye (U.S.), shipentine. January 1, 1913. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9021 A

S.P. Blackburn (U.S), schooner. April 11, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9021 B

SS.P. Blackburn (U.S), schooner. April 11, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9022 A

Aicides (British), shipentine. July 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9022 B

Aicides (British), shipentine. July 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9023 A

Edward Sewall (U.S.), shipentine. September 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9023 B

Edward Sewall (U.S.), shipentine. September 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9023 C

Edward Sewall (U.S.), shipentine. September 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9024 .1

Warenling (U.S.), barkentine. June 29, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9024 .2

Warenling (U.S.), barkentine. June 29, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9025 .1

Eclipse (British), shipentine. Shows Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 23. March 26, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9025 .2

Eclipse (British), shipentine. Shows Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 23. March 26, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9026

France (French), shipentine. October 6, 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9027

George W. Wells, schooner. Curtis Bay. April 12, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9028

Kileena (Norway), bark. Shows Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Pier 10. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9029

Edward B. Winslow (U.S.), schooner. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9030

Governor Powers (U.S.), schooner. Curtis Bay. March 22, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9031 A

Eleanor A. Peruy (U.S.), schooner. February 21, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9031 B

Eleanor A. Peruy (U.S.), schooner. February 21, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9031 C

Eleanor A. Peruy (U.S.), schooner. February 21, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9032

James A. Parsons (U.S.), schooner. April 6, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 21

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9033

Shenandoah (U.S.), shipentine. March 24, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9035

Britannia, tug, Baker Whiteley Coal Company. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9036

Chicago, tug. Bakery Whiteley Coal Company. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9038

Oyster fleet. February 11, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9039

Eight oyster boats come into harbor. October 20, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9040 .1

Three oyster boats. October 20, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9040 .2

Three oyster boats. October 20, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9041

Bay schooner, two masts. August 24, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9046

Charles H. Richardson of Baltimore. Bay schooner, two masts. Ca. 1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9047

Thomas J. Edward, bay schooner, two masts. October 10, 1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9048

Two bay schooners. Ca. 1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9049

Ram, bay schooner, two masts. Ca. 1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9050

M.J. Fitzsimons, bay schooner, two masts. October 21, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9051

Looking west along the 700 block of East Baltimore Street during the 1907 Baltimore Homecoming Week celebrations. Arch and bunting visible. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9052

Johns Hopkins Hospital. North Broadway, Baltimore. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9053

1301-1305 Eutaw Place [Eutaw Place Synagogue], Baltimore. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9054

Edmond’s Well, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9055

Madison Avenue entrance, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9056

100-108 West Franklin Street (Franklin Street Presbyterian Church), Baltimore. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9057

108 West Mulberry Street (Enoch Pratt Library), Baltimore. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9058

Crown Cork and Seal Company. 1500 Guilford Avenue, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9059

Court House. Calvert Street and Lexington Street, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9060

Mount Royal Pumping Station. North Avenue, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9061 .1

‘Silver Spring’, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9084

MC9061 .2

‘Silver Spring’, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9084

MC9062

Johns Hopkins Hospital. North Broadway, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9111.1-4 & MC9229.A-C.

MC9064

Patterson Park groundskeepers. Patterson Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9065 .1

2435 East Madison Street (Second Evangelical Lutheran Church), Baltimore, looking southwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9067

33-45 Market Space (Wholesale Produce Market), Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9068

Federal Hill, Baltimore, looking east. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9069

1701-1735 East North Avenue (Eastern Female High School), Baltimore. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9070

Mount Royal Station. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. (Now Maryland Institute College of Art Station Building, 2014.) 1400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 22

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9071

Confederate Monument. 1400 block of West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9072

Colonel William Watson Monument. 1300 block of West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9073

22-28 East North Avenue, Baltimore. Seventh Baptist Church. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9074

Maryland Line Monument, Mount Royal Station. Cathedral Street and West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. American Revolutionary War. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9075 A

Union Station (present day Pennsylvania Station). 1501-1525 North Charles Street, Baltimore, seen from southeast. Ca. 1905. John Dubas, photographer.

 

 

MC9075 B

Union Station (present day Pennsylvania Station). 1501-1525 North Charles Street, Baltimore, seen from south-southeast. Ca. 1905. John Dubas, photographer.

 

 

MC9078

2400-2404 East North Avenue, Baltimore, seen from west-southwest. Charles H. Lachenmayer Marble and Granite. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9079 A

221-227 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore (southeast corner of Baltimore Street and Howard Street). Parade turning north onto Howard Street from Baltimore Street. Ca. 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9079 B

221-227 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore (southeast corner of Baltimore Street and Howard Street). Parade turning north onto Howard Street from Baltimore Street. Ca. 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9079 C

221-227 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore (southeast corner of Baltimore Street and Howard Street). Parade turning north onto Howard Street from Baltimore Street. Ca. 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9079 D

221-227 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore (southeast corner of Baltimore Street and Howard Street). Parade turning north onto Howard Street from Baltimore Street. Ca. 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9081

Looking west along East North Avenue from inside Baltimore Cemetery gatehouse, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9082 A

Clifton Mansion, west side. Saint Lo Drive, Baltimore. Former home of Johns Hopkins. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9082 B

Clifton Mansion, west side. Saint Lo Drive, Baltimore. Former home of Johns Hopkins. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9083

223-227 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore [S. Goldheim and Sons]. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9084

‘Silver Spring’. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer. 

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9061.1-2.

MC9085

Baltimore skyline from Federal Hill. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9086 B

2024 Ashland Avenue, Baltimore (Svedja Brothers, illuminated). Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9087 A

2500 East North Avenue (Baltimore Cemetery), Baltimore. Gatehouse seen from west. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9087 B

2500 East North Avenue (Baltimore Cemetery), Baltimore. Gatehouse seen from west. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9089

2024 Ashland Avenue, Baltimore (Svedja Brothers). Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9086-B

MC9090 B

845 North Luzerne Avenue (Cihlar’s Candy Store), Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9091

Hampden from Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9092

Hampden from Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9093

Plaque. Fort McHenry, 1814-1914. Transferred to the City of Baltimore for Use As A Public Park. Erected by the Maryland Daughters of the American Revolution, 1914. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9094 B

805-809 Park Avenue, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9096

J.H. Von Der Horst (or Vonderhorst) memorial and family plot. Founder of Eagle Brewery, Belair Avenue (Gay Street). Baltimore Cemetery, East North Avenue, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 23

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9097 .1

Sunset, Patapsco Flats. February 10, 1919. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9097 .2

Sunset, Patapsco Flats. February 10, 1919. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9098 A

Fort McHenry, Baltimore. November 20, 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9098 B

Fort McHenry. Shows cannons, harbor in background. November 20, 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9099

Bandstand. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9101

Children in unidentified alley. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9102 A

Curtis Bay, United States Coast Guard. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9102 B

Curtis Bay, United States Coast Guard. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9102 C

Curtis Bay, United States Coast Guard. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9102 D

Curtis Bay, United States Coast Guard. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9102 E

Curtis Bay, United States Coast Guard. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9103 A

Looking east along the 500 block of West Lombard Street, Baltimore. Shows Emerson Tower (Bromo Seltzer). July 4, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9103 B

Looking east along the 500 block of West Lombard Street, Baltimore. Shows Emerson Tower (Bromo Seltzer). July 4, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9103 C

Looking east along the 500 block of West Lombard Street, Baltimore. Shows Emerson Tower (Bromo Seltzer). July 4, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9104

Looking north from Franklin Street along the 500 block of North Charles Street. Washington Monument in background. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9105

Looking north from Fayette Street along the east side of the 100 block of North Howard Street, Baltimore. Shows a traffic officer in middle of street. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9106

18 (right) and 24 (center) West Saratoga Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. St. Paul’s Rectory and Hopkins House. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9107

Newsstand. East Fayette Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9108

222-226 West Franklin Street (with part of No. 220 at right), Baltimore, seen from southwest. Shows Little Pekin Restaurant. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9110A

Elevated view. Upper floors of 5-13 North Howard Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9110B

Elevated view. Upper floors of 3 North Howard Street (left) and west side of 222-226 West Baltimore Street (right), Baltimore, seen from west. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9111 .1

Johns Hopkins Hospital. North Broadway, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9111 .2

Johns Hopkins Hospital. North Broadway, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9111 .3

Johns Hopkins Hospital. North Broadway, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9111 .4

Johns Hopkins Hospital. North Broadway, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9113

Looking east along the 200 block of Longwood Road, Roland Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9114

Gwynns Falls trail, Baltimore. Diptych photograph. August 28, 1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9115

Road to Curtis Creek Bridge. June 5, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9116

Bay Shore Park roller-coaster, Baltimore County. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9117

Middle Branch of Patapsco River looking northwest from south shore, Baltimore. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9118 .1

Harbor scene, Baltimore. Ships at anchor. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9118 .2

Harbor scene, Baltimore. Ships at anchor. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9119

Looking southeast from upper level of Patterson Park Pagoda, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 24

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9120 A

Elevated view. Northwest corner of Baltimore Street and Howard Street, Baltimore, seen from southeast. August 17, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9120 B

1-3 North Howard Street, Baltimore. August 17, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9121

Electric Park entrance gate during daytime, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9122

Sea Lion lake. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. May 5, 1918. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9123 .1

Men hauling coal in the snow. February 4, 1918. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9124 A

Looking east along the 600 block of East Fayette Street towards the Shot Tower, from North Frederick Street, Baltimore. Building at left is 101 North Frederick [northeast corner of Frederick Street and Fayette Street], which from 1897 to 1921 housed Charles R. Coates and Company, cuttlers. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9124 B

Looking east along the 600 block of East Fayette Street towards the Shot Tower, from North Frederick Street, Baltimore. Building at left is 101 North Frederick [northeast corner of Frederick Street and Fayette Street], which from 1897 to 1921 housed Charles R. Coates and Company, cuttlers. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9125

“Force.” (Statue by Barye). Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9126 .1

Cannons in Patterson Park, Baltimore. October 20, 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9126 .2

Cannons in Patterson Park, Baltimore. October 20, 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9127

Patterson Park Pagoda, Baltimore. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9128

Hanover Street Bridge, Baltimore. February 10, 1919. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9129

Baltimore City skyline from Federal Hill. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9130 .1

Maryland Institute. 1300-1320 West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, seen from east. April 17, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9130 .2

Maryland Institute. 1300-1320 West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, seen from east. April 17, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9132 .1

2430 East Eager Street, Baltimore. Shows rowhouses with flags. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9134

Baltimore City looking southeast from Patterson Park Pagoda. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9135

Union Station, Baltimore, seen from southeast (after wooden structure was demolished). Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9136

Baltimore City Hall, seen from northeast. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9137 .1

401-405 East Pratt Street, Baltimore (Standard Oil Company Building), seen from northwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9137 .2

401-405 East Pratt Street, Baltimore (Standard Oil Company Building), seen from northwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9140

Rowhouses. White marble steps. Unidentified location. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9141 .1

Man in uniform standing on cannon. Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9141 .2

Man in uniform standing on cannon. Fort McHenry, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9142

2701 East Oliver Street, Baltimore [Fort Worthington Public School No. 85], seen from northwest. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9143 .1

Wards D, E, F, G, H, I, and Maternity of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. April 16, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9143 .2

Wards D, E, F, G, H, I, and Maternity of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. April 16, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9144

Daniel Wells and Henry McComas Monument (Wells-McComas Monument). East Monument Street and North Aisquith Street, Ashland Sqaure, Baltimore. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 25 

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9146

314-316 West Madison Street, Baltimore [Baltimore Medical College], seen from southwest. November 1, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9147

200 block of Light Street, Baltimore, looking south from Pratt Street after the widening of both streets. November 1, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9148

Pratt Street Pier 3 seen from northwest. Merchant and Miners Transportation Company. East Pratt Street, Baltimore. November 1, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9150

Mount Holly Inn, Baltimore. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9151

Copy photograph: Baltimore City Hall, seen from northeast. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9136

MC9152

1-19 East Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore [Peabody Institute]. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9153

1114-1120 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore [Maryland Medical College], seen from south. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9154

102-104 North Calhoun Street, Baltimore [Franklin Square Hospital], seen from east-southeast. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9155

Johns Hopkins Hospital. North Broadway, Baltimore. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9157

Battle Monument. War of 1812. 100 block of North Calvert Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. February 16, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9158

Baltimore City Courthouse. 100 block of St. Paul Street, Baltimore, east side, seen from southwest. February 16, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9159

Copy photograph: Gwynns Falls from Windsor Mills Road Bridge, Baltimore. April 14, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9160

12-20 North Howard Street, Baltimore [Little Joe’s Auto Exchange], seen from southeast. March 6, 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9161

Horse-drawn cart dumping snow into harbor from Pratt Street Pier No. 4, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9162 .1

Patterson Park in snow, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9162 .2

Patterson Park in snow, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9162 .3

Patterson Park in snow, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9163 .1

Cannons in Patterson Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9126

MC9163 .2

Gazebo. Patterson Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9163 .3

Ice skating in Patterson Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9165 A

903-905 North Luzerne Street, Baltimore. (No. 905 was the home of the photographer). Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9165 B

901-937 North Luzerne Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. (No. 905 was the home of the photographer). Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9166 .1

Windsor Hills, Baltimore. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9166 .2

Windsor Hills, Baltimore. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9167 A

Baltimore City skyline from Federal Hill. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9167 B

Baltimore City skyline from Federal Hill. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9167 C

Baltimore City skyline from Federal Hill. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9167 D

Baltimore City skyline from Federal Hill. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9199

Copy photograph: Baltimore City Hall, seen from northeast. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9136 & MC9151

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 26

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9238 .1

2113 Ashland Avenue, Baltimore, seen from east-northeast. St. Wenceslaus [Roman Catholic] Church. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9238 .2

2113 Ashland Avenue, Baltimore, seen from east-northeast. St. Wenceslaus [Roman Catholic] Church. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9272

Maryland Biscuit Company truck on Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, seen from west. Greenmount Cemetery in background. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

 

See also MC9273-10

MC9273 .1

Looking northwest from East Lanvale Street and North Broadway at east side of the 1700 and 1800 blocks of North Broadway, Baltimore. Samuel Kirk and Company delivery truck in foreground. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9273-9

MC9273 .2

100-102 West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Hochschild-Kohn delivery truck in foreground. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9273 .3

Baltimore Bargain House delivery truck. Unidentified street, Baltimore. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9273 .4

Meade’s Quaker Bread delivery truck. Unidentified street, Baltimore. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9273 .5

32-34 South Frederick Street, Baltimore. Kroneberger Coffee delivery truck in foreground. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9273 .6

32-34 South Frederick Street (Morris and Eckels Company Laundry and Institution Supplies), Baltimore. Kroneberger Coffee delivery truck in foreground. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9273 .7

East Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. U.S. Mail Parcel Post delivery truck and mailmen in foreground. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9273 .8

Unidentified street, Baltimore. U.S. Mail Parcel Post delivery truck and mailmen. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9273 .9

Looking northwest from East Lanvale Street and North Broadway at east side of the 1700 and 1800 blocks of North Broadway, Baltimore. House Electric delivery truck in foreground. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9273-1

MC9273 .10

Maryland Biscuit Company truck on Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, seen from west. Greenmount Cemetery in background. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9272

MC9274

Electric car. Automobile. Unidentified street. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9275 .1

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company train. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9275 .2

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company train. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9275 .3

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company train. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9275 .4

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company train. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9275 .5

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company train. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9276 .1

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company train. December 27, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9276 .2

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company train. December 27, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9277

Looking northwest from the east side of the unit block of South Charles Street, Baltimore. Baltimore Sun building in left foreground, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) building at center, and O’Neills’s department store in background. October 6, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9278 .1

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company elevators. Locust Point, Baltimore. August 11, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9278 .2

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company elevators. Locust Point, Baltimore. August 11, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9279 .1

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) Pier No. 9, Locust Point, Baltimore. Fire drill. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9279 .2

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) Pier No. 9, Locust Point, Baltimore. Fire drill. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9279 .3

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) Pier No. 9, Locust Point, Baltimore. Fire drill. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9279 .4

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) Pier No. 9, Locust Point, Baltimore. Fire drill. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9279 .5

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) Pier No. 9, Locust Point, Baltimore. Fire drill. September 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9280 .1

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) bridge and train tracks. Unidentified location. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9280 .2

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) bridge and train tracks. Unidentified location. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9280 .3

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) bridge and train tracks. Unidentified location. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 27

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9443 .1

Picnic party in the country. Three women. May 1, 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9443 .2

Picnic party in the country. Man and women seated at picnic bench. May 1, 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper

Memorial Collection

 

MC9443 .3

Picnic party in the country. Women posed on tree. May 1, 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9444 .1

Bock Beer party. Five men in parlor. Interior of home. April 1, 1911. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9445

Group portrait. People gathered around a set dining table. Interior of home. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9448

Group portrait in front of the Adam J. Winfelder Saloon. 918 North Bradford Street, Baltimore. April 28, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9449

Group portrait. Parlor scene. Decorated interior of home. January 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9451

Group portrait. African American woman with four children. Interior of home. (Previously labeled as “Alley House Mother”). March 4, 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9452 .1

Portrait of unidentified African American man sleeping in chair. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9452 .2

Portrait of unidentified African American man sleeping in chair. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9453

Portrait of unidentified African American man in suit, bowtie, and hat. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9455 .1

Portrait of an unidentified man at machinery. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9455 .2

Group portrait. Unidentified laborers inside shop. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9455 .3

Portrait of an unidentified laborer in shop. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9457

Portrait of an unidentified, young African American boy in slacks, shirt, and tie. Ca. 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9458 A

Group portrait. Men posed around Streetcar No. 2519, to Electric Park, Baltimore. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9458 B

Group portrait. Men posed around Streetcar No. 253, to Carey Street, probably at Fort McHenry, Baltimore. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9460-1

MC9458 C

Conductor posed inside Streetcar No. 492, Baltimore. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9458 D

Conductors posed inside Streetcar No. 456. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9459 .1

Conductors posed inside Streetcar No. 2061, to Orleans Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9459-3, MC9461-1, MC9561-5

MC9459 .2

Men posed around Streetcar No. 2511, to Electric Park, Baltimore. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9459 .3

Men posed around Streetcar No. 2067, to Orleans Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9459-1, MC9461-1 MC9561-5

MC9459 .4

Men posed around Streetcar No. 960, Baltimore. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9460 .1

Group portrait. Men posed around Streetcar No. 250, to Carey Street, probably at Fort McHenry, Baltimore. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9458-A

MC9460 .2

Men posed inside Streetcar No. 1310, to Mt. Holly, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9460 .3

Conductors posed inside Streetcar No. 1520, to Baltimore Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9460 .4

Conductors posing with Streetcar No. 9, to Druid Hill Avenue, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9461 .1

Conductors posing with Streetcar No. 2079, to Orleans Street, Baltimore. Sign on front: “Take the Family to Bay Shore.” August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9459-3, MC9459-1, MC9561-5

MC9461 .2

Conductors posing with Streetcar No. 1913, to Harford Avenue, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9461 .3

Conductors posed with Streetcar No. 2505, to Electric Park, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9461 .4

Men posed with Streetcar No. 2018, to Light Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9462 .1

Conductors posed with Streetcar No. 1334, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9561 .5

Conductors and pedestrians posed with Streetcar No. 2062, to Orleans Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC9459-1, MC9459-3, MC9461-1

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 28

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9516 .1

200-202 West Saratoga Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Mule-powered wagon in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .2

6-8 North Howard Street [Howard House Hotel], Baltimore, seen from southeast. Mule-powered wagon in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .3

304 West Saratoga Street [Phister Printing Company], Baltimore. Unattended mule-powered wagon in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .4

204-206 West Saratoga Street [John A. Stewart and Son et.al.], Baltimore. Mule-powered wagon in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .5

204-206 West Saratoga Street [John A. Stewart and Son et.al.], Baltimore. Mule-powered wagon in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .6

Horse-drawn sulky with unidentified mansion in background. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .7

Horse-drawn sulky with unidentified mansion in background. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .8

Horse-drawn sulky with unidentified mansion in background. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .9

Druid Park Lake, Baltimore, seen from south. Horse-drawn carriage Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Horse-drawn carriage in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .10

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Horse-drawn carriage in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .11

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Horse-drawn carriage in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .12

200-204 West Saratoga Street, Baltimore, seen from southwest. Mule-powered wagon in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .13

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Horse-drawn carriage in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .14

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Horse-drawn carriage in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .15

Horse-drawn carriage. Possibly at Gentlemen’s Trotting Park. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .16

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Horse-drawn carriage in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .17

Horse-drawn sulky on an unidentified racetrack. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9517

Portrait of Miss Richardson, posed nude on pedestal in an unidentified studio. November 10, 1929. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9533

Portrait of Miss Emma Reinhardt posed on field in coat, dress, and hat. November 29, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9534

Portrait of Mrs. F. Dubas reading at table. Interior of home. June 18, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9571

Storefront. Little Joe’s 24th Anniversary Sale display window. [Little Joe Weisenfeld’s]. May 8, 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10000

Bay scene near Fort Carroll, Baltimore County. Shows schooners in foreground. Ca. 1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10020 .1

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10020 .2

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10020 .3

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10020 .4

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10020 .5

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10020 .6

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10020 .7

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10028 .1

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10028 .2

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10028 .3

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10028 .4

U.S. Revenue Service Training ship Itasca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10037

Baltimore Steam Packet Company’s steamer Georgia in Baltimore Harbor. May 5, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10038

Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat Company steamer Ericsson in Baltimore Harbor. November 20, 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 29

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9462 .2

Men posed with Streetcar No. 2504, to Electric Park, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9462 .3

Men posed with Streetcar No. 245, to Carey Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9463 .1

Men posed with Streetcar No. 206, to Carey Street, probably at Fort McHenry, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9463 .2

Men posed with Streetcar No. 961, to Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9463 .3

Men posed with Streetcar No. 1315, to Milton Avenue, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9464 .1

Men posed with Streetcar No. 1327, to Mt. Holly, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9464 .2

Men posed with Streetcar No. 1318, to Mt. Holly, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9464 .3

Men posed with Streetcar No. 961, to Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9464 .4

Men posed with Streetcar No. 1385, to Mt. Holly, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9465 .1

Men posed with Streetcar No. 243, to Carey Street, probably at Fort McHenry, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9465 .2

Men posed with Streetcar No. 423, to Edmondson Avenue, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9465 .3

Men posed with Streetcar No. 1330, to Washington Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9465 .4

Men posed with Streetcar No. 2075, to Orleans Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9466 .1

Men posed with Streetcar No. 2079, to Orleans Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9466 .2

Men posed with Streetcar No. 1328, to Washington Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9466 .3

Men posed with Streetcar No. 1328, to Washington Street, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9466 .4

Men posed with Streetcar No. 222, to Carey Street, probably at Fort McHenry, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9467 .1

Men posed with Streetcar No. 1336, to Madison Avenue, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9467 .2

Men posed with Streetcar No. 2073, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9467 .3

Men posed with Streetcar No. 212, to Carey Street, probably at Fort McHenry, Baltimore. August 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9471

Rural scene. Windsor Mill, tenant house. Baltimore County. June 16, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9472 .1

Gwynns Falls. Windsor Hill, Baltimore County. June 16, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9472 .2

Gwynns Falls. Windsor Hill, Baltimore County. June 16, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9480

Portrait of Lisy Dubas and Rosy Dubas posed on porch. Baltimore. May 31, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9481

Portrait of Mr. Scherch (?) and Francois Dubas seated at side table. Interior of home. Baltimore. October 27, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9482

Portrait of Francois Dubas, father to John Dubas (photographer) posed with hat, slacks, shirt, bowtie, and suspenders. July 4, 1907.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9483

Self-portrait. John Dubas at desk, writing. October 23, 1905. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9484

Dubas Family portrait. Mother, Father (Francois Dubas), and Francois, Jr. January 23, 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9485

Portrait of John Dubas’ mother. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9486

Portrait of a man with telescope in front of a cannon in Patterson Park, Baltimore. January 1, 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .18

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Horse-drawn carriage in foreground. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .19

Horse-drawn carriage on unidentified racetrack. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .20

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. Horse-drawn sulky in foreground.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .21

Horse-drawn sulky on unidentified road. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9516 .22

Horse-drawn sulky on unidentified road. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 30

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC10040

Baltimore, Chesapeake and Atlantic Railway Company steamer Cambridge in Baltimore Harbor. April 28, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10041

Baltimore, Chesapeake and Atlantic Railway Company steamer Pocomoke in Baltimore Harbor. April 28, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10042 A

Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia Railway Company steamer Middlesex in Baltimore Harbor. April 28, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10042 B

Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia Railway Company steamer Middlesex in Baltimore Harbor. April 28, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10042 C

Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia Railway Company steamer Middlesex in Baltimore Harbor. April 28, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10043 A

Tolchester Steamboat Company’s steamer Louise in Baltimore Harbor. July 13, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10043 B

Tolchester Steamboat Company’s steamer Louise in Baltimore Harbor. July 13, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10044

Tolchester Steamboat Company’s steamer Susquehanna in Baltimore Harbor. July 13, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10045

Tolchester Steamboat Company’s steamer Emma Giles in Baltimore Harbor. July 13, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10046

Baltimore Steam Packet Company’s steamer Alabama in Baltimore Harbor. July 13, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10047

Queenstown and Love Point Transportation Company’s steamer Dreamland in Baltimore Harbor. August 16, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10048

Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware Railway Company’s steamer Old Point Comfort in Baltimore Harbor. August 16, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10049 .1

Tolchester Steamboat Company’s steamer Annapolis. July 11, 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10049 .2

Tolchester Steamboat Company’s steamer Annapolis. July 11, 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10050

Fells Point-Locust Point ferryboat S.W. Smith in Baltimore Harbor. October 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10051

Chesapeake Steamship Company’s steamer Columbia in Baltimore Harbor. February 16, 1919. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10053

U.S.S. Maryland and Stony Creek Steamboat Company’s steamer Stony Creek [diptych photograph]. October 21, 1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10057

Bark Stewart at Pratt Street Pier No. 4, Baltimore, seen from north. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10058

Two mast schooner in Baltimore Harbor. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10060 .1

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seneca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. July 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10060 .2

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seneca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. July 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10060 .3

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seneca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. July 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10060 .4

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seneca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. July 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10060 .5

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seneca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. July 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10060 .6

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seneca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. July 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10060 .7

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seneca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. July 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10060 .8

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seneca at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. July 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10061 .1

U.S. Coast Guard salvage tug Acushnet at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10061 .2

U.S. Coast Guard salvage tug Acushnet at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10061 .3

U.S. Coast Guard salvage tug Acushnet at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10061 .4

U.S. Coast Guard salvage tug Acushnet at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10062 .1

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Apache. Ca. 1908-1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10062 .2

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Apache. Ca. 1908-1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10062 .3

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Apache. Ca. 1908-1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10062 .4

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Apache. Ca. 1908-1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 31

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC10062 .5

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Apache. Ca. 1908-1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10062 .6

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Apache. Ca. 1908-1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10062 .7

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Apache. Ca. 1908-1921. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10063 .1

U.S. Revenue cutter Forward. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10063 .2

U.S. Revenue cutter Forward. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10063 .3

U.S. Revenue cutter Forward. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10063 .4

U.S. Revenue cutter Forward. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10063 .5

U.S. Revenue cutter Forward. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10063 .6

U.S. Revenue cutter Forward. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10064 .1

U.S. Revenue cutter Unalga. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10064 .2

U.S. Revenue cutter Unalga. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10065

U.S. Revenue cutter Wharok. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10066 .1

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Androscoggin. September 11, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10066 .2

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Androscoggin. September 11, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10066 .3

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Androscoggin. September 11, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10066 .4

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Androscoggin. September 11, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10066 .5

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Androscoggin. September 11, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10066 .6

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Androscoggin. September 11, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10066 .7

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Androscoggin. September 11, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10066 .8

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Androscoggin. September 11, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10067 .1

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Pamlico at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. October 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10067 .2

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Pamlico at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. October 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10067 .3

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Pamlico at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. October 14, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10068 .1

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Mowak at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10068 .2

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Mowak at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10068 .3

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Mowak at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10068 .4

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Mowak at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10068 .5

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Mowak at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10069

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Ossipee. July 18, 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10074 .1

U.S.S. Illinois. September 7, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10074 .2

U.S.S. Illinois. September 7, 1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10075

U.S.S. Severn, Hartford and Santee at Annapolis Naval Academy. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10076

U.S.S. Newark. Ca. 1918. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10077

U.S.S. Hartford (steam frigate) at Annapolis. Ca. 1918. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10078 .1

Group portrait aboard the U.S.S. Isla de Cuba (dispatch vessel). Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 32

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

1971.36.1

Interior of billiards room. Man posing with tables. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

1988.66.9

1138-1140 East Baltimore Street (McKim Free School), Baltimore, seen from south-southeast. Not dated. Unidentified photographer.

 

 

B291 .1

View of Baltimore from Federal Hill. George Armistead monument in foreground. Not dated. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

B291 .2

View of Baltimore from Federal Hill. George Armistead monument in the distance. Not dated. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

B346 .26

View of the Washington Monument from West Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore. Ca. 1931. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

B934

Port Covington, train yard, Baltimore. Not dated. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

B1303 .1

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Maryland. Not dated. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

B1303 .2

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Maryland. Not dated. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

B1412

“Patterns”. Copy photograph of framed painting. Not dated. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer and painter.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

B2065

Portrait of three kittens peeking through a hole in a wooden fence. Not dated. A. Aubrey Bodine, photographer.

A. Aubrey Bodine Collection

 

MC10078 .2

U.S.S. Isla de Cuba (dispatch vessel) in Baltimore Harbor. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10078 .3

U.S.S. Isla de Cuba (dispatch vessel) in Baltimore Harbor. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10078 .4

U.S.S. Isla de Cuba (dispatch vessel) and unidentified torpedo ship in Baltimore Harbor. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10078 .5

U.S.S. Isla de Cuba (dispatch vessel) in Baltimore Harbor. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10079 .1

U.S.S. Louisiana in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1912-1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10079 .2

U.S.S. Louisiana in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1912-1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10079 .3

U.S.S. Louisiana in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1912-1914. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10080 .1

U.S.S. Kansas in Baltimore Harbor. June 23, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10080 .2

U.S.S. Kansas in Baltimore Harbor. June 23, 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10081

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Seminole at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10082

U.S. Coast Guard frigate station ship Oriole at Curtis Bay, Baltimore. September 28, 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10083 .1

U.S. Coast Guard station ship Colfax. October 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10083 .2

U.S. Coast Guard station ship Colfax. October 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10085 .1

Italian cruiser Ettore Fieramosca, in Baltimore Harbor. October 4, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10085 .2

Italian cruiser Ettore Fieramosca, in Baltimore Harbor. October 4, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10085 .3

Italian cruiser Ettore Fieramosca, in Baltimore Harbor. October 4, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10085 .4

Italian cruiser Ettore Fieramosca, in Baltimore Harbor. October 4, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10086

Unidentified war ship in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10087 .1

Unidentified steamer in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10087 .2

Unidentified steamer in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10088

U.S.S. Olympia (Admiral Dewey’s flagship at Battle of Manila Bay) in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC10089

U.S.S. Isla de Cuba (dispatch vessel) and unidentified torpedo ship in Baltimore Harbor. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

See also MC10078-4

MC10144

Portrait. Officer and sailor on board unidentified vessel at Curtis Creek, Baltimore. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 33

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

[None]

Group portrait. Women and children gathered around a Christmas tree. Not dated. Unidentified photographer (possibly John Dubas).

 

 

MC9063

2132 East Hoffman Street (St. Mark’s Evangelical Reformed Church), Baltimore, seen from southeast. Ca. 1912. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9065 .2

2435 East Madison Street (Second Evangelical Lutheran Church), Baltimore, seen from northeast. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9066

1801 East Preston Street (Bohemian Gymnastic Hall), Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9076

1308-1316 Beason Street (Christ Evangelical and Reformed Church and ‘German Immigrant House’), Baltimore, seen from east. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9077

917 North Bradford Street (Dubas family home), Baltimore, seen from west. Ca. 1907. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9080

Johns Hopkins Hospital. North Broadway, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9086 A

2024 Ashland Avenue (Svedja Brothers jewelry store), Baltimore, seen from south. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9088

158 North Linwood Avenue [Enoch Pratt Free Library Branch No. 13 (Patterson Park Branch)], Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9090 A

841-845 North Luzerne Avenue, Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9094 A

805-809 Park Avenue, Baltimore. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9095

227-229 North Curley Street, Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9100 A

Looking east along the north side of the 900 block of East Fayette Street, Baltimore. Ca. 1916. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

Glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 inches, Box 34

Item ID

Description

Collection Info.

Notes

MC9109

Unit block, South Albermarle Street, Baltimore, probably looking north. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9112

Southeast corner of East Pratt Street and South Exeter Street, Baltimore, looking east-northeast. Houses at left are on the north side of the 1000 block of East Pratt Street. Building with ‘Biscuit’ painted on side is No. 1001 East Pratt Street. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9123 .2

Men hauling coal in the snow. February 4, 1918. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9131

2301 East Monument Street (Ambrose Bauer and Company), Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9132 .2

2428-2432 East Eager Street, Baltimore, seen from south-southeast. Ca. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9133

203 Aisquith Street (Labor Lyceum Hall) [1918-1928], Baltimore. [Advertisement is for ‘Socialist Party State Convention’]. Ca. 1920. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9138

2401 East Madison Street (Huettner’s Bakery), Baltimore, seen from northwest. Ca. 1915. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9139

1501-1505 North Patterson Park Avenue (Chas. A. Hasslinger’s seafood), Baltimore, seen from west. Not dated. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9145

Collington Square, Baltimore, looking northwest from the corner of East Preston Street and North Patterson Park Avenue. Ca, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9149

1714-1716 East Monument Street (Hebrew Hospital and Asylum), Baltimore, seen from southeast. December 27, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9156

800 North Broadway (Austrian Immigrant Home), Baltimore, seen from southeast. February 16, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9164 .1

Baltimore Brickyard Company brickyard. Ashland Avenue and Milton Avenue, Baltimore, seen from west. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9164 .2

Baltimore Brickyard Company brickyard. Ashland Avenue and Milton Avenue, Baltimore, seen from west. 1913. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9206

Francois Dubas’ home workshop. Interior scene. Baltimore. December 12, 1909. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9238 .3

2113 Ashland Avenue (St. Wenceslaus [Roman Catholic] Church), Baltimore, seen from northeast. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9444 .2

Bock Beer party. Five men in parlor. Interior of home. April 1, 1911.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9450

Interior of home. Five men playing cards at table. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9454

Group portrait, interior of home or shop. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9456

Group portrait, interior of home. Unidentified man. woman, and dog. Ca. 1910. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

MC9535 .2

Group portrait. Mrs. Douglas, Miss Douglas, and possibly Uncle. June 14, 1908. John Dubas, photographer.

Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection

 

 

 

 

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