H.L. Mencken Collection
Streetcar at the corner of Wolfe Street and Eastern Avenue in Baltimore, 1952
Market Street, Baltimore, 1850: busy street scene showing the Baltimore Museum and Gallery of Fine Arts
Unloading bananas from United Fruit Company boat docked at Pratt Street, Baltimore
Baltimore Orioles 1954 schedule, sponsored by Gunther Beer
Objects from the War of 1812 collection
Farmerettes in the Woman's Land Army of America, working on a horse-drawn wagon pulling a hay-loading machine
Portraits from the War of 1812 Collection
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Jacobus tenBroek Collection
This collection from the National Federation of the Blind consists of 109 items, mostly correspondence, that covers his career from his beginnings as a student to his accomplishments as a civil rights attorney and founder of the National Federation of the Blind, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. Jacobus tenBroek (1911-1968), blind since the age of seven, received his law degree from the University of California at Berkeley and was a research fellow at Harvard Law School; he served for thirteen years on the California Social Welfare Board, having been appointed by Earl Warren, then Governor.
Franklin Academy: The Evolution of a School
This collection from the Baltimore County Public Library's Reisterstown Room contains a selection of items related to Franklin High School in Reisterstown, Maryland and spans its history from a private academy to a public high school. Included in the collection are photographs, commencement programs, postcards, early yearbooks, diplomas, and artifacts.
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