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

Maryland Historical Society
Photograph Collection Inventory List
Special Collections Department
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PEALE/BALTIMORE CITY LIFE MUSEUM COLLECTION

GLASS NEGATIVES

5 X 7 INCHES, BOX 1-7

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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 20th Pennsylvania 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.

 

 

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.

 

 

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