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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Colonial Letters Collection
This collection consists of five letters written between 1778 and 1800 that provide a tapestry displaying interconnections between historical figures during the American Revolution and their relation to the War of 1812 and the Star-Spangled Banner. Included are letters to American Revolutionary flag maker Rebecca Young, whose daughter, Mary Young Pickerskill, sewed the flag that flew over Fort McHenry during the Battle of Baltimore in 1814.
Hugh H. Young Collection
This collection consists of 35 seventeenth and early eighteenth century documents related to the founding and development of the Colony of Maryland from the Enoch Pratt Free Library Special Collections Department. Among the items are letters, warrants, dispositions, patents, indenture, articles of capitulation, and minutes and orders of the Council at Court.
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