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View from Bushongo Tavern 5 miles from York Town on the Baltimore road.

East view of Baltimore Maryland.

Battle Monument, Baltimore.

Interior of the Catholic Cathedral, Baltimore.

Interior of the Catholic cathedral, Baltimore.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Washington Monument, Mt. Vernon and Washington Place.

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore.

Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Culver City Row. Howard Street, Baltimore.

Peabody Institute, from Washington Monument.

[Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.]

Warehouses. cor. Sharp and German Sts.

Eutaw Place Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

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

Battle Monument.

Spring Lake, Druid Hill Park.

Baltimore and Ohio Bridge, from Maryland Shore.

Boat House. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore.

Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Cathedral Röminche Kircke, Baltimore, Maryland.

Oldest home in Baltimore.

Wildey's Old Fellows Monument.

Shot Tower.

Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Perkins Spring Square, Baltimore.

Battle Monument.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

Wildey's Old Fellows Monument.

Masonic Temple. Baltimore.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore. M.D.

Shot Tower.

Harlem Square and Fountain.

City Hall.

Cathedral Röminche Kircke, Baltimore, Maryland.

Baltimore City Jail., Maryland.

Washington Monument, Baltimore.

U.S. Custom House.

[View of the Fountain. Druid Hill Park.]

Picturesque Patterson Park. Baltimore, Md.

[Battle Monument.]

Boat House. Druid Hill Park, Baltimore.

Warehouses. cor. Sharp and German Sts.

Monument. Barnum Hotel.

Eutaw Place Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

City College.

The 'Redeemer,' Loudon Park Cemetery.

City Hall.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Washington Monument, Mt. Vernon and Washington Place.

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

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Summer days, Harlem Terrace. Baltimore, Md.

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

[Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.]

Patterson Park.

Shot Tower.

Gowans Town Hotel.

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

Battle Monument.

[View of a church.]

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore.

Music Pavillion, Patterson Park.

Lexington Market. Baltimore.

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

The Lake. Druid Hill Park.

Perkins Spring Square, Baltimore.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Cascades & Jones Falls, Patterson Park.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

Shot Tower.

Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md.

The 'Redeemer,' Loudon Park Cemetery.

Hopkins Hospital, Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

A Part of Barnum's Hotel, Monument Square.

Baltimore openings, looking out.

Spring Lake, Druid Hill Park.

Mervhants' Shot Tower. Baltimore.

Sun Tower Building.

Hopkins Hospital, Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore, Md.

City College.

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

Baltimore College.

Barnum's City Hotel, Monument Square, Baltimore.

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

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

Sun Tower Building.

Wildey's Old Fellows Monument.

Music Pavillion, Patterson Park.

Battle Monument at Monument Square.

Music Pavillion, Druid Hill Park.

[Men and women posing around unidentified fountain.]

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

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

Looking down, Fayette St. Shot Tower. 220 feet high.

Barnum's City Hotel, Monument Square, Baltimore.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore, M.D.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore. M.D.

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