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Letter to Robert Purviance, Collector of Baltimore [Md.]

Letter to Robert Purviance, Collector of Baltimore [Md.]

Letter to James M. Broom, Baltimore [Md.]

Letter to James M. Broom, Baltimore [Md.]

A view of the first cities of the United States; [Detail of Baltimore section]

Baltimore in 1752

Baltimore in 1752

A view of the first cities of the United States; [Detail of Baltimore section]

Baltimore.

Battle Monument.

Washington Monument, Mt. Vernon and Washington Place.

Perkins Spring Square, Baltimore.

The 'Redeemer,' Loudon Park Cemetery.

Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

Wildey (I.O.O.F.) Monument. Broadway Bouleward, Baltimore.

Spring Lake, Druid Hill Park.

Boat House. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore.

Boat House. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore.

[Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.]

[Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.]

[View of the Fountain. Druid Hill Park.]

Shot Tower.

Shot Tower.

Summer days, Harlem Terrace. Baltimore, Md.

Harlem Square and Fountain.

Eutaw Place Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Eutaw Place Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

City College.

Oldest home in Baltimore.

R.C. Cathedral, Uniterian Church etc. S.W from Washington Monument.

R.C. Cathedral, Uniterian Church etc. S.W from Washington Monument.

Peabody Institute, from Washington Monument.

[View of a church.]

Baltimore City Jail., Maryland.

Washington Monument, Baltimore.

Warehouses. cor. Sharp and German Sts.

Warehouses. cor. Sharp and German Sts.

Masonic Temple. Baltimore.

Monument. Barnum Hotel.

City Hall.

U.S. Custom House.

City Hall.

Picturesque Patterson Park. Baltimore, Md.

Patterson Park.

[Battle Monument.]

Washington Monument, 180 feet high. Mt Vernon Place, Baltimore.

Battle Monument.

Battle Monument.

Washington Monument, Mt. Vernon and Washington Place.

Shot Tower.

Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Gowans Town Hotel.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore. M.D.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Culver City Row. Howard Street, Baltimore.

Cathedral Röminche Kircke, Baltimore, Maryland.

Cathedral Röminche Kircke, Baltimore, Maryland.

Wildey's Old Fellows Monument.

Wildey's Old Fellows Monument.

Baltimore from St. Peters Church and Winan's residence.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Barnum's City Hotel, Monument Square, Baltimore.

Barnum's City Hotel, Monument Square, Baltimore.

Presbyterian Church, Govanstown.

Warehouses. cor. Sharp and German Sts.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore, M.D.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore. M.D.

Monument square [full of carriages, showing hotels and the monument].

Monument square [full of carriages, showing hotels and the monument].

The Lake. Druid Hill Park.

Spring Lake, Druid Hill Park.

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore.

The Lake. Druid Hill Park.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

[Men and women posing around unidentified fountain.]

Eutaw Place Boulevard, Baltimore.

Eutaw Place Boulevard, Baltimore.

Music Pavillion, Patterson Park.

Music Pavillion, Patterson Park.

Perkins Spring Square, Baltimore.

The 'Redeemer,' Loudon Park Cemetery.

Washington Monument, 180 feet high, Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore.

Washington Monument, 180 feet high. Mt Vernon Place, Baltimore.

Picturesque Patterson Park. Baltimore, Md.

Cascades & Jones Falls, Patterson Park.

Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Hopkins Hospital, Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Hopkins Hospital, Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Sun Tower Building.

Sun Tower Building.

Washington Monument.

Washington Monument.

Battle Monument at Monument Square.

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