Digital Maryland

H.L. Mencken Collection

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Streetcar at the corner of Wolfe Street and Eastern Avenue in Baltimore, 1952

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Market Street, Baltimore, 1850: busy street scene showing the Baltimore Museum and Gallery of Fine Arts

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Unloading bananas from United Fruit Company boat docked at Pratt Street, Baltimore

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Baltimore Orioles 1954 schedule, sponsored by Gunther Beer

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Objects from the War of 1812 collection

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Farmerettes in the Woman's Land Army of America, working on a horse-drawn wagon pulling a hay-loading machine

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Portraits from the War of 1812 Collection

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Stoneyhurst Quarries

stoneyhurst quarriesThis collection, from the Montgomery County Historical Society, highlights the story of a Bethesda, Maryland family quarry business founded in the 19th century to provide stone for the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. From 1921 to the mid-50s, the quarries were run by Lilly Stone, who was in her 90s when she turned it over to her son. The quarries provided stone for some of the great landmarks in Washington, D.C., including the National Cathedral.

Featured Collections

Sports in Maryland - Enoch Pratt Free LibraryViews of African American life in Maryland - Enoch Pratt Free LibraryMaryland in Postcards - Enoch Pratt Free LibraryBaltimore Tower Clocks, 1977 - Joe Schuller and Donald KobiHays-Heighe House Horse Racing Photographs Collection-Harford Community College

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