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Subject Photographs -- Print File

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Abstract

Title:
Subject Photographs -- Print File
Author/Creator:
Subject Photographs -- Print File
Collection number:
72-299
Size:
16.25 linear feet
Bulk dates:
1900-1966
Inclusive dates:
1868-1975; undated
Collection Area:
State of Maryland and Historical Collections
Repository:
Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, Hornbake Library, College Park, MD 20742. Tel: 301-405-9212, Fax: 301-314-2709, Email: askhornbake@umd.edu
Abstract:

This collection contains photographs related to state of Maryland history and culture, and documents a wide variety of subjects, including private residences, civic and public buildings, events, furnishings, streets, agriculture, and organizations. The bulk of the photographs in the collection are of Baltimore City, thus highlighting life in the city at the end of the nineteenth century and early twentieth century. There are also many landscape and architectural photographs that document the geographical and structural features found in Maryland. Photographs of the University of Maryland can be found in the University of Maryland Print File. Additional photographs of individual and groups of people in Maryland can be found in the Biographical Photographs Print File.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

This collection is open for research.

Preferred citation:

Subject Photographs -- Print File, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Publication rights:

Photocopies of original materials may be provided for a fee and at the discretion of the curator. Please see our Duplication of Materials policy for more information. Queries regarding publication rights and copyright status of materials within this collection should be directed to the appropriate curator.

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

The Subject Photographs Print Files collection consists mainly of images of buildings, furnishings, and events that occurred throughout Maryland over the course of two centuries. Most of the photographs depict houses, buildings, and streets in Baltimore City, some of which may no longer be in existence. Photographs of advertisements for products and places of business from the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries figure prominently in the business enterprises series. The May Oil Burner Corporation figures prominently into this collection, with photographs of advertisements, storefronts, factories, and products found throughout. The collection includes a few photographs of local, state, and national politicians, and prominent citizens, including Mamie Eisenhower with the vice president of B&O Railroad, John Joseph Pershing at the Red Cross Building, and Harry H. Hughes. The collection also contains photographs of some of the oldest houses and estates in Maryland, including the Chase-Lloyd House and White Hall in Annapolis, the Cumberland Toll House, Judge Gabriel Duvall's house Marietta, and a house built by American Revolutionary War patriot Colonel Zadok Magruder. Some of the subjects of the photographs are identified only by their first and last names--in some cases only the last--and no other information is available.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Subject Photographs Print Files covers the years 1868 to 1975 (and undated), with the bulk of photographs dating from the 1900s to the 1960s. Most of the photographs are black and white prints, but there are a few cyanotypes and color prints. The creator of the bulk of the photographs is the Hughes Company, located in Baltimore, Maryland. According to the Hughes Studio Photograph Collection at the Maryland Historical Society, the Hughes Company was a commercial studio in Baltimore around the turn of the twentieth century. Founded by James F. Hughes, the company took photographs for corporations, the government, and private individuals.

The bulk of the photographs were taken in Baltimore. The creators for the other photographs are unknown.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

The Subject Photographs Print File was assembled between 1972 and 1983 from a variety of accessions and donors, including the University of Maryland Campus Photo Service, the Harry Clifton Byrd collection, the William Amoss papers, the Kenneth Grace papers, the Works Project Administration in Maryland records, and the Philip Geraci collection, as well as many collections accessioned before 1983. While the provenance and custodial history of some of these collections is known and provided in the finding aids for those collections, some lack documentation.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Created 1972-1983; Processed by Caitlin Wells and Kate Aras, December 2012.

Processing note:

Between 1972 and 1983, staff members of the University of Maryland Libraries removed photographs from various existing campus collections and consolidated them into one collection, designated the Print Files. The Print Files were arranged in three groupings based on subject matter -- the University of Maryland, Biographical, and Subjects. The University of Maryland portion contains photographs from the University of Maryland Campus Photo Service, the Harry Clifton Byrd collection, the William L. Amoss papers, the Kenneth Grace papers, the Works Project Administration in Maryland records, the Philip Geraci collection, and many collections accessioned before 1983. Folders within these groups were arranged in alphabetical order by folder title. The photographs were mounted on white boards and each assigned an accession number. Information from the backs of photographs was recorded on the backs of the boards, but in some cases is incomplete or illegible.

During reprocessing in 2012, folders in the Subject portion of the Print Files were rearranged into series to improve access, and some folders were renamed to more accurately reflect the contents. Photographs were moved to more appropriate folders, if necessary. As a result, some of the folder titles originally recorded on the backs of the photographs do not correspond with the titles of the folders to which they were moved. The photographs were rehoused in acid-free archival boxes. Photographs previously separated from the following collections were removed from the print files and returned to those collections: the Work Projects Administration in Maryland records; the William L. Amoss papers; the Kenneth Grace papers; the Romeo Mansueti papers; the Hervey G. Machen papers; the Harry Clifton Byrd papers; William S. Hames; the Maurice Annenberg papers; the Maryland Home Economics Association; and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC). The finding aid and folder list were revised, updated, and expanded in December 2012 to reflect the current arrangement of the collection.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Jennie A. Levine.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Buildings, 1904-1960 and undated (3.25 linear feet)

The Buildings series consists of photographs of an assortment of buildings in Maryland, taken from 1904 to 1960. These buildings include, but are not limited to, houses, office buildings, barns, churches, libraries, schools, and theaters. The bulk of the photographs are of buildings in Baltimore, but the series also contains photographs of buildings in other counties and towns throughout Maryland. There is one photograph of the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.

Arrangement is alphabetical first by county, then by city or town, and then by subject, if necessary. The added information included in the folder description reflects the details written on the back of the photographs. It was added to help further describe the photographs and assist the users.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Buildings -- Alleghany -- Cumberland -- Cumberland, Maryland (bird's eye view of Cumberland), 1906 series 1box 1folder 1
Buildings -- Alleghany -- La Vale -- Cumberland - Toll House (toll house exterior; spool bed on second floor; toll rates; markers showing original position of gates crossing National Road; people in historical dress outside and inside house; household objects used in 1830s), 1960 series 1box 1folder 2
Buildings -- Anne Arundel -- Annapolis -- Chase-Lloyd House (Annapolis; built in 1774); Oagle Hall (house exterior; built 1779, Noro Alumni House; at U. S. Navel Academy); (Chase-Lloyd House where Francis Scott Key marry Mary Tayloe Lloyd in 1802 (built 1769-1773); White Hall, built in 1764 by Governor Sharpe, owned by Charles Scarlett, Jr. when photo was taken; street scene of Pinkney Street; Chase-Lloyd House mantel; Jonas Green House, built circa 1740 for Green, publisher and printer of Maryland Gazette; Peggy Stewart House, built circa 1765 and owned by Mr. and Mrs. J. Pierre Bernard when photo was taken; "Aunt Lucy's Bake Shop" built 1750; Georgian doorway of Hammond-Harwood House, undated series 1box 1folder 3
Buildings -- Anne Arundel -- Davidsonville -- Billingsley (house near Hill's Landing), undated series 1box 1folder 4
Buildings -- Anne Arundel -- Unknown -- Sellman Homestead (house exterior), undated series 1box 1folder 5
Buildings -- Baltimore -- Catonsville -- Spring Grove State Hospital (nurses station), undated series 1box 1folder 6
Buildings -- Baltimore -- Eccleston -- Coleman Home (house exterior), circa 1930 series 1box 1folder 7
Buildings -- Baltimore -- Towson -- Hoffman property, 1927 series 1box 1folder 8
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Architectural Designs; Banks; Buildings [general classification] -- stained glass in door; building at Calvert and Baltimore Streets; 105 West Franklin Street; an outhouse; garage; inside of dining room; unidentified buildings, 1920s and undated series 1box 1folder 9
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Buildings: [general classification] -- new or renovated building; apartment building; 903 University Parkway, 1920s, 1937, and undated series 1box 1folder 10
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Buildings: [general classification]; Baltimore County Home for Indigent People and Infirmary; Barn -- inside of a dining room; building near St. Paul Street; (unidentified buildings); (building exterior); (barn and horse-drawn wagon), 1920s, 1930 and undated series 1box 1folder 11
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Buildings: Brigham Hopkins Building.; Calvert and Equitable Buildings; Caplanand Sons; Chandler Building; City Hall Plaza; Court House; Gault - 505 Park Avenue; Greenhouses -- (building exterior); (exterior details; Indiana Limestone Co.), 1920s, 1930 and undated series 1box 1folder 12
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Buildings: Grief Building.; The Hutzler Building; John & Hurst Buildings; Mar-Del Mobile Center; Municipal Office Building; Museum of Art; Paramount Mansion; St. Marys Seminary; Shot Tower -- Municipal building under construction; Paramount Mansion under construction; St. Marys Seminary under construction; building exteriors; Shot Tower on East Fayette Street, 1920s, 1937, and undated series 1box 2folder 1
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Buildings: Sun Life Building; Terminal Grain Elevator; White Park Apts.; Churches: Baltimore Protestant Cathedral (Church of Incarnation) -- (White Park Apartments at Park Avenue and Whitelock Street); (church on North Chase Street; unidentified church); (church under construction); (building exterior), 1922-1932 series 1box 2folder 2
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Churches: Calvary Lutheran Church; Franciscan Sisters - Exterior of Convent; Franklin St. Presbyterian -- (interior of sanctuary; exterior shots; built circa 1860s), 1920s series 1box 2folder 3
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Churches: Harlem Park Meth. Episcopal Church; St. Anne's Church, Rectory, and School; St. Bernard's Church; St. Johns M.E. Church; S.S. Phillip and James Church; Synagogues; University Baptist Church; Zion Reformed Church -- (Roman Catholic church; print overexposed); (building exterior); (church under construction); (sanctuary interior); (property of Standard Oil Company; building exteriors), 1921-1930, 1940. and undated series 1box 2folder 4
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Clubs: Anchorage Sailors Club and Restaurant; Construction; Farm Buildings -- (interior shots of bedrooms, dining rooms, hallways, living rooms, baroque fireplaces); (building exteriors); (building exterior), 1920s series 1box 2folder 5
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Hospitals: Bensonhurst Maternity Hospital; 4421 Boro Park Maternity Hospital; City Hospital; General Hospital; Happy Hills; Johns Hopkins Hospital; West General Hospital; College of Physicians and Surgeons -- (building exterior); (hospital lobby); (convalescent home for children); (building exteriors); (building exterior), 1920s, 1931, and undated series 1box 2folder 6
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Houses -- Building exteriors, 1920s series 1box 3folder 1
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Houses -- Building exteriors; T. O. Hammond; 408 Cathedral Street, circa 1925, 1930, and undated series 1box 3folder 2
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Houses -- Building exteriors; Cardinal Gibbons Residence, 1915 and undated series 1box 3folder 3
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Houses -- Building exteriors, undated series 1box 3folder 4
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Houses -- Building exteriors, undated series 1box 3folder 5
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Houses, Inside -- Building exteriors; Hopkins Residence, undated series 1box 3folder 6
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Houses: Inside; Old Wind Mill House; Row Houses; Infirmaries: Fire Department -- (interior shots of bedrooms, dining rooms, hallways, living rooms, baroque fireplaces); (people near a house that looks like a windmill); (building exteriors); (building interior), 1920s, 1930s, and undated series 1box 4folder 1
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Laboratory; Libraries: Enoch Pratt; Enoch Pratt Library, Locost Point Branch; Military: Fifth Regiment Armory; Race Track: Pimlico -- (interior of laboratory); (unidentified branch and branch 13); (building exterior); (interior of armory; building under construction); (panoramic shot of stands); (building exterior, 25th anniversary banners), 1920s and undated series 1box 4folder 2
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Public Baths; Public Comfort Station; Schools: School Board's School #64; Boys' Latin School; Mt. St. Joseph's School for Boys; St. Johns Female School; St. Timothy's School; interiors of private school; students in classrooms; addition to School #47 -- (building exterior); (students in classrooms); (woodworking; football team; group photo on stairs); (building exterior), 1910, 1920-1930, and undated series 1box 4folder 3
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Shopping District; Southern Supply Company building and Simmons Company; Stewart Company -- (shots of streets and shoppers in shopping district; Pratt Street; Howard Street; Lexington Street), 1920-1930, 1937, and undated series 1box 4folder 4
Buildings -- Baltimore City -- Theatres: Ritz Theatre; Strand Theatre; Stieff Hall; William Boucher and Sons (same photo found at UMBC digital collections); Caplan and Sons -- (building interiors x2); (performers on stage), circa 1925, 1930, and undated series 1box 4folder 5
Buildings -- Charles -- Chapel Point Woods -- (building exterior), undated series 1box 4folder 6
Buildings -- Frederick -- Frederick -- Barbara Fritchie House, undated series 1box 4folder 7
Buildings -- Harford -- Forest Hill -- Christ Episcopal Church, 1927 series 1box 4folder 8
Buildings -- Howard -- Guilford -- L.L. Friez residence house exterior, 1927 series 1box 4folder 9
Buildings -- Kent -- Kennedyville -- Partnership Farms (house exterior; Central Ave one mile east of Clever's Corner), undated series 1box 4folder 10
Buildings -- Location Unknown -- Buildings; Buildings - Inside; Packing Shed of Raleigh Sherman; Suburban Fruit Farm; Farm -- (building exteriors); (interior of house); (exterior of shed; family standing outside shed, possibly that of Raleigh Sherman); (43,000 trees planted February 1895); (trees and vines), undated series 1box 5folder 1
Buildings -- Location Unknown -- Hospitals (interior of hospital ward); Houses (Mackall residence; unidentified houses); Houses - Mackall Residence (house exteriors); Wilson House (house exterior); Woodlawn (house exterior); Woodstock (house exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 2
Buildings -- Montgomery -- Ashton -- Brook Manor (house exterior; cherry trees planted 200 years ago and apple trees), undated series 1box 5folder 3
Buildings -- Montgomery -- Derwood -- The Ridge (house exterior. Built by Col. Zadok Magruder in 1750), circa 1920 series 1box 5folder 4
Buildings -- Montgomery -- Gaithersburg -- Dunblane (house exterior; Brown, Maryland), undated series 1box 5folder 5
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Accokeek -- Christ Church, undated series 1box 5folder 6
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Adelphi -- Adelphi Mill (building exterior); House near Riggs Mill (house exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 7
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Aquasco -- Cabin; Grymes House (house exterior); Plank House (house exterior); Poplar Hill (house exterior); Spring Hill (house exterior) Thomas House (house exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 8
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Baden -- Connick's Folly (exterior of house); Horse Head Tavern (building exterior); St. Pauls' Church (building exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 9
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Bladensburg -- Bostwick Hall (house exterior); George Washington House (house exterior); Magruder House (house exterior); Parthenon Manor (house exterior); Ross House (house exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 10
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Bowie -- Belair; Fairview (house exterior; Collington); Forest Hill (house exterior; Collington); Friendship (Kolbes Corner; near Collington); Gladswood (house exterior); Trinity Parish Church (building exterior; in Collington); Trinity Parish House (house exterior; in Collington); Willow Grove (house exterior; in Collington), undated series 1box 5folder 11
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Brandywine -- Gwynn Park (house exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 12
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Cheltenham -- Poplar Neck (house exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 13
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Clinton -- Mudd (Dr.) House (house of Dr. Mudd in Surrattsville); Wyoming (house exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 14
Buildings -- Prince George's -- College Park -- church tower "campus view"; College Park village from Gurneaux Hall Hill; aerial photographs of town; railroad crossing; view of town from University of Maryland campus; St. George's Episcopal Church (Contains Oversize), circa 1930s, circa 1933, 1942, 1949, and undated series 1box 5folder 15
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Croom -- Bellefields; Half Pone Farmhouse (house exterior); Mattaponi (house exterior); St. Thomas Church (building exterior), undated series 1box 5folder 16
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Forestville -- The Cottage (exterior of house); houses in North Forestville; Melwood Farms (house exteriors), 1954 and undated series 1box 6folder 1
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Fort Washington -- Hatton's Mansion (house exterior); St. Johns' Church (front of church; in Broad Creek); Lylee House (house exterior; in Broad Creek); The Cedars (Nottingham; view from the S.E.); Harmony Hall (house exterior at Broad Creek; old chimney in Nottingham), undated series 1box 6folder 2
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Glenn Dale -- Marietta (house exterior; house, ice house, and chapel; home of Judge Gabriel Duvall), undated series 1box 6folder 3
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Landover -- Beall's Pleasure (house); Grovehurst (house exterior), undated series 1box 6folder 4
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Largo -- Largo (house exterior); Mt. Lubentia (house exterior); Northampton (house exterior); Oak Hill (house exterior), undated series 1box 6folder 5
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Laurel -- House on Baltimore Rd. (house exterior); Montpelier (house exteriors; built by Snowden family; negative); Snow Hill (house exterior); Snowden Hall (house exterior), undated series 1box 6folder 6
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Leeland -- Bowieville (two photographs); Goodwood (house exterior) St. Barnabas Church (building exteriors; tree on grounds; stained glass; in Leeland), undated series 1box 6folder 7
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Mitchelville -- Eherton Hall (exterior of house near Mullikin); Essington Hall (staircase; Mullikin); Melford (house exterior; near Collingwood on Crane Highway); Mullikin's Delight (house exterior), undated series 1box 6folder 8
Buildings -- Prince George's -- New Carrollton -- Schools (Robert Frost Elementary School), undated series 1box 6folder 9
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Oxon Hill -- Salubria (house exterior; near Oxon Hill), undated series 1box 6folder 10
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Piscataway -- Belview (house near Tippet); Breht House (exterior of partially demolished house); Hostettee House (house exterior); Inn (building exterior), undated series 1box 6folder 11
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Riverdale Park -- Calvert Estate (drawings and plans for buildings on the estate); Calvert Mansion (exterior shots of mansion on plantation), undated series 1box 6folder 12
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Rosaryville -- Mount Airy (ruined house); Poplar Hill (house exterior; also know as His Lordship's Kindness, built before 1735 by George, 19th Earl of Shrewsbury, for his niece Anne Talbot on her marriage to Henry Darnell), undated series 1box 6folder 13
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Seat Pleasant -- Concord (exterior of house); Glenway (house exterior); Independence (house exterior), undated series 1box 6folder 14
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Upper Marlboro -- Sara Buck's House (house exterior); Cleremont (building exterior); Compton Bassett (exterior of house); Content (exterior of house); Harry Buck's House (house exterior); Marlborough Tavern (building exterior); Mt. Calvert (house exterior); Mt. Pleasant (house exterior); Overseer's House (house exterior); Sasscer House (house exterior); Sasser's Green (house exterior); Weston (house exterior), undated series 1box 7folder 1
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Upper Marlboro -- "Birmingham Manor" - The Snowden Grant; Oaklands (house exteriors; Contee); (Snowden Hall; Julius Snowden; near Patuxent River in Prince George's County; a Snowden house at Contee; Greenwood, old home of Davis family; original stone house at Greenwood), 1939 series 1box 7folder 2
Buildings -- Prince George's -- Woodmore -- Bermondsey (house); Pleasant Prospect (house exterior), undated series 1box 7folder 3
Buildings -- Washington -- Hancock -- Tonoloway Orchard (home of Andrew Cohill; sections of orchard), circa 1912 series 1box 7folder 4
Buildings -- Washington, D.C. -- United States Capitol (Capitol steps and dome), 1904 series 1box 7folder 5

Series 2: Business Enterprises, 1906-1975 and undated (3.25 linear feet)

This series contains photographs of advertisements and structures relating to specific businesses. Almost all of the photographs in this series were taken of businesses in Baltimore in the early twentieth century. Some examples of the businesses include banks, companies and corporations, factories, funeral homes, industries, offices, and stores. There is one photograph of a corporation in Peoria, Illinois.

Arrangement is alphabetical first by county, then by city or town, and then by subject where necessary. The added information included in the folder description reflects the details written on the back of the photographs. It was added to help further describe the photographs and assist the users.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Advertising: (interior of a street car; produce; oil vs. coal ads; Woodbury Soap Display; American Oil in auto show; Amoco Gas; Beth Oline and Richfield; Central Newsstand - William Armstrong, circa 1925, circa 1930, and undated series 2box 7folder 6
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Advertising: Cigar Displays; Cigars and Cigarettes; Colson Co. Rices Bakery Promotion; Cummins Advertising - Allen A. Cooper's - Bennington Underwear; Display for Henry Clay Shoes; Garters - Brager of Baltimore - Milton Hartmann, display manager; General Outdoor Advertising Company; Hochschild Kohn Travel (travel window display; yard goods window); Knitted Outerwear, circa 1920s, circa 1930s, and undated series 2box 7folder 7
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Advertising: May Oil Burner Advertisement for Homes; apartment house at 1014 St. Paul Street); Mitchell F.50 on Spring and Preston streets; Penolene store display and sign at 15th and Asquith Streets; Polarine - Standard Oil Co.; M. Samuel's Co. (203 North Eutaw Street and window display); Resisto Mfg. Co. tie rack; Shop Windows Brager of Baltimore, 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 7folder 8
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Advertising: Shop Windows - Schulte - United - Chinaware window; Paul Jones Garments; Standard Oil Company (service station at Cedar and 33rd Street; South Somerset Rd.); Automobile Industry and Trade: Walter Scott "Marmon" dealership; Franklin Co.; Automobiles: Ford Model "T" (delivery car for American Tobacco Co.); Service Stations: (Standard Oil Company service station; Standard Oil Company New Jersey service station at Cedar and 33rd Ave; Middleton and Meads Gas Engine Co.), 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 7folder 9
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Banks: Aliceanna St. Bldg. and Loan Asso. (44th anniversary); Baltimore Commercial Bank (vault; office; cubicle with chair; deposit boxes; interior of lobby), 1927 and undated series 2box 7folder 10
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Banks: Baltimore Trust Company (building tower lit at night; building exteriors), circa 1925, 1930, and undated series 2box 8folder 1
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Banks: Baltimore Trust Co. (building exteriors); The Braintree National Bank; Citizens National Bank (under construction); Frazier and Co. Investment Bank; Drovers & Mechanics National Bank; National Small Loan Bankers Corp. (lobby; office; line of tellers), 1923, circa 1925, 1932, and undated series 2box 8folder 2
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Buildings: Blumberg Brothers Building (building exterior); Bromo Seltzer Tower Building, Lombard and Eutaw-Emerson (Grey) Drug Company (Washington, Baltimore, and Annapolis Railroad Company terminal visible; tower); Con. B&P Co. Building (building under construction); Dowell Helm and Company Building (building exterior); Hotel Junker (building exterior); Montgomery Ward Bldg. (building exteriors), 1924-1934 and undated series 2box 8folder 3
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Buildings: Pyramid Tire and Rubber Co. (building exterior); Standard Oil Building (photo of building under construction taken from Lexington Building on corner of Saint Paul Place and Franklin); Commercial Vehicles: C.H. Bau's Sons; Electrical Commission white pumping truck; Esso Wholesale Delivery Truck (Mack truck); Fayette Street Bus Fleet (photo for Risk Tire Company); Frank Mahn Furniture and Piano Moving Co.; Koester Bread Truck; Hauswald's Bakery; The Levering Coffee Company; earth moving machine; trucks for Premier Cleaners and Dyers, 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 8folder 4
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Commercial Vehicles: Pierce-Arrow Private Ambulence/Witzke Funeral Home; Premier Cleaners; Purina Chow Delivery Truck; The Trunk and Leather Shop; Try-Me Bottling Co. (truck hauling bottle washing machine); United Railways buses; Companies and Corporations: Alex Milburn Light Co. (machinery and light components; finished products), 1920-1930 series 2box 8folder 5
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Allmetals Welding and Manufacturing Co. (building exterior); American Ice Co. (Montford Ave. plant); American Radiator Co. (people examining radiator); American Sugar Refinery (building under construction); American Wholesale Corporation (Baltimore Bargain House clothing factory and warehouse); Becker Bros. and Son. Co. (wooden crates); Black and Decker (building exterior), 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 8folder 6
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: C&P Telephone Co. - Employees Group Representatives (group photographs); C&P Telephone Co. - Homewood Exchange (individuals using telephones); Car Dealer (Peerless Cars); Carey Machinery Co. (building exterior); Cherry - Burrell (building exterior, manufactured complete equipment for handling milk and its products); Chrysler Fidelity Motor Co. (workers in front of store), 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 9folder 1
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Crosse & Blackwell (jar of orange marmalade); Daniel Miller (building exterior); Duro-Gloss Automobile Painting Co. (building exterior); Central Fire Insurance Co. (sign); Central Millwork Co. (workers and children with lumber); Davis Iron Works (cellar door), 1924-1930 and undated series 2box 9folder 2
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Edwin L. Kaufman & Co. (building exterior); Electric Co. (worker with row of batteries); Fairbanks Morse Co. (rows of finished engines; office workers); Forbe Litho Co. (lithograph equipment; switchboard; engines); Gas Company (garage and auto shop; worker meeting), 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 9folder 3
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: The Gatch Supply Co. (display window); General Classification; General Refactories (testing machine); Gibson & Kirk Co. (building exterior); H. P. Gould Co. (circuit breaker); Hammill Motor Co. (building exterior), 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 9folder 4
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: T. O. Hammond (man in bedroom); Hochschild Kohn and Co. (women's sports department, third floor); Hoffman Bros. (warehouse with crates); Jacob Brothers and Levene (Branches 2, 3, and 4); Joel Gutman and Co. (department store); K & G Sales Co. (interior of Alnord-Polk Tool Company); Wm. Knabel Co. (group picture), 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 9folder 5
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Locke Insulator Co. (exterior smokestacks, under construction and completed); Locke International Co. (factory floor); Loft Candy Company (exterior of building); Lucas Bros. (Park Bank directors room; key cabinet in Martien's office); Lyon Canklin Co. (model section of roof, straight shingles); McCormick and Co. (suitcase of products); Maryland News Co. (news stand owned by Joseph Ottenstein), 1920-1930 and undated series 2box 9folder 6
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: The Magneto and Machine Co. (automotive electricians and machinists; shop window); May Oil Burner Co. (group photo in front of building); May Oil Burner Corporation - Quiet May Oil Burners; men in front of office; office workers; display window; Mary Griffin cleaning out coal-burning radiator, circa 1920s and undated series 2box 10folder 1
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: May Oil Burner Corporation - Mary Griffin cleaning out coal-burning radiator; Larkin of Installation at his desk, circa 1920s and undated series 2box 10folder 2
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: May Oil Burner Co. building exterior; engraved cup for "Mrs. J. S. McQuist, October 1925 winner of The Modern Home Fridge Contest"; Paramount Mansion and stores, circa 1920s and undated series 2box 10folder 3
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: May Oil Burner Co. - Display Homes (advertisements for May Oil Burners with homes and heating costs), circa 1920s and undated series 2box 10folder 4
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: May Oil Burner Co. - Display Homes (advertisements for May Oil Burners with homes and heating costs); Montgomery Ward - Personnel (unidentified individuals, many in military uniform), 1928 and undated series 2box 10folder 5
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Moses Kahn and Sons (building exteriors; outdoor advertisements); Parke Davis and Co. (building exterior); Peterson Pneumatic (grain door remover; detail of controls for unloader); H. C. Regatta Mfg. Col. (employees with "Welcome Home" wreath); Republic Boiler and Radiator Co. (interior and exterior of factory), circa 1920s, 1930s, and undated series 2box 10folder 6
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Republic Steel Co. (factory interior); Rice's Bakery (workers making pies); Ritter (workers loading crates of beans); The L. Rosenfield Co. (building exterior); M. Samuels and Co. (two women in costumes); Sanitary Grocery Co. (window displays), 1920-1930 series 2box 11folder 1
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Schluderberg-Kurdle International Sausage Factory (workers on factory floor); Security Storage Co. (building exterior); Sewing Co. (workers cutting out pieces; workers at sewing machines; finished clothing); Sheppard Supply and Equipment Co. (building exterior); Henry Sim Co. (men in office), 1920, circa 1925, and undated series 2box 11folder 2
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Standard Oil Company (service stations; storage tanks); Stieff Piano Co. (group photographs from 78th anniversary); Stieff Silver Co. (building exterior); Stewarts Department Store (furniture on display in department store); Suburban Ice Corp. (building exterior); J. J. Sussmuth Co. (building exterior), circa 1920s, 1930, and undated series 2box 11folder 3
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: Talbott-Miller Motor Company (workers in front of building; workshop; garage interior; office); Thomas and Thompson Co. (drug store window display); Union Box Company (building exterior); William Bahler Inc. (ladies umbrella), circa 1920s, 1930, and undated series 2box 11folder 4
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Companies and Corporations: William E. Wood Co. (heating contractors); Woolford Oasum Co. (bales of oakum); E.W. Woolworth Co. (display of golf clubs and balls); Yellow Cab Company (taxis on the streets); Dairying: Western Maryland Dairy (building exterior), 1921-1935 and undated series 2box 11folder 5
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Factory: workers in unidentified factories (maybe May Oil Burners); Factories: Baltimore Oyster Shell Fertilizer Plant; two men shoveling; women sewing; factory floors; machinery; products (some of these may be May Oil Burners), undated series 2box 11folder 6
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Factories: Book Bindery (factory interior); Furniture (carpenters working on furniture); General Classification; Gold Dust Soap Factory (factory exteriors and interiors), circa 1920s and undated series 2box 12folder 1
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Factories: Gold Dust Soap Factory (factory exteriors and interiors; assembly line for washing powder; testing laboratory; shipping crates; soap being made), circa 1920s series 2box 12folder 2
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Factories: Gold Dust Soap Factory (factory exteriors and interiors; assembly line for washing powder; testing laboratory; shipping crates; soap being made); Jones and Lamb Packing Co. (workers butchering and packing meat); Kewanee Portable Smokeless Firebox Broiler (photograph of broiler) Ver Vac Bottling Co. (employees outside building with bottles; inside with barrels), circa 1920s and undated series 2box 12folder 3
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Funeral Homes: William Tickner and Sons (building exteriors); Garages: mechanics working on car; Buick dealership; Aller's Garage (building exteriors and interior); Baltimore Sun Vehicle Garage (delivery vehicles in garage); Hudson and Essex Service Station, Lambert Auto Company (building exterior), 1920-1930 series 2box 12folder 4
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Hotels: Hotel Junker; hotel lobby; Industry: addition to a school being built; railroad work; window frames; Industries: C. D. Pruden Corporation (steel building), circa 1920s and undated series 2box 12folder 5
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Industries: Insurance and Office Buildings - Mutual Life Insurance (building exteriors); Newspapers: Baltimore Sun (employees in newsroom); Offices: office workers; interiors of insurance office, 1925-1930, 1955 series 2box 12folder 6
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Offices: interiors of insurance office; German "agent for sightseeing;" People in Baltimore: Montgomery Ward Personnel (Samuel Asrael; Mark Adams; unidentified man); Portraits and Settings - American Hawaiian Steamship Co. (employees in office); American Medicine Spirits Co. (first barrels of 1930 rum and whiskey); Mack Truck Personnel (employees inside and outside office), 1923-1930 and undated series 2box 13folder 1
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- People in Baltimore: Yellow Cab Personnel (dinner; group photos inside and outside office); Restaurants, Lunchrooms, etc. (soda fountain and candy counter); Restaurants (customers in restaurant); Restaurants, Lunchrooms, etc. - Hecht Co. (luncheonette and soda fountain); Fells Point (Fells Point Market; exterior and interior); Stewart's Luncheonette (Luncheonette similar to previous, possibly stewarts), 1920-1932 and undated series 2box 13folder 2
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Stores: Berger Hosiery; Bishop's Pet Shop (pet shop window); Boschen-Smith Pianos (building exterior); Bungalow Chocolate Shop (seating area; display cases); Brager of Baltimore (waterproof flooring display); Drug Store Window for "American Druggist" Series; Eisenberg's (women's clothing display); Eisenberg's Underselling Store (knitted outerwear window display); Feldman's (building exterior), circa 1920s, 1930, 1975 series 2box 13folder 3
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Stores: E. F. Kemp - Golden Glow Shop - Nuts (salted nuts); Hecht Bros. Co. (building exterior); Hochschilds Kohn (building interiors); Hopper McGaw and Co. (window display for Half Moon Bay Artichoke Growers Association); Hutzler Brothers Co. (window display); Linoleum Displays (in-store displays); Loft's Candy Store (building exterior), 1920-1930 series 2box 13folder 4
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Stores: May Oil Burners (May Oil Burner factory branch; store fronts); M.L. Himmel and Sons "Peoples Clothing Co."; Minch and Eisenberg (building interior); Moses Kahn and Sons, circa 1920s and undated series 2box 14folder 1
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Stores: Musselman (building exterior); National Grocery Co. (building exterior); Paint Shop; Parks and Hull Machine Co. (window display); Pet Store; Pollack's Furniture; Pohl Corsets (building exterior), 1920-1930 series 2box 14folder 2
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Stores: The Quality Shop (window display); Roberts Pharmacy (building exterior); Segal Drug Store (window display); Thomas and Thomas Co. (window display); The Torrington Shop (window display of vacuum cleaners); Union News Co. (news stands), 1920-1930 series 2box 14folder 3
Business Enterprises -- Baltimore City -- Stores: Charles Wolf and Son (American Druggist series; window display); Women's Apparel; Stores and Shopping Centers: Department Stores; Theatres: Ford's Opera House (Ford's Grand Opera House, demolished in 1964; interior of theatre; performers on stage), circa 1925, circa 1930, and undated series 2box 14folder 4
Business Enterprises -- Howard -- Companies and Corporations - Patapsco Flouring Mills (factory exterior), circa 1925 series 2box 14folder 5
Business Enterprises -- Location Unknown -- Automobile Industry and Trade: (Hamill Motor Co. and Templar Briscoe Cars); Automobiles - Service Stations; Standard Oil Company Booth at auto show and Emerson Drug Company; Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey - Exhibit (exhibit of Standard Oil Company), 1921, 1930, and undated series 2box 14folder 6
Business Enterprises -- Prince George's -- Law office of Reverdy Johnson (building exterior), 1906 series 2box 14folder 7
Business Enterprises -- St. Mary's -- C. H. Pearson's Canning Factory (factory exterior; in St. Mary's County), undated series 2box 14folder 8
Business Enterprises -- Peoria -- Peoria -- Peoria, Illinois (William A. Long Co.; Commercial Solvents Corporation), undated series 2box 14folder 9
Business Enterprises -- Taiwan -- Taipei -- Sulfur (Mining) Stoves in which ore is cooked in the process of which the sulfur fumes are piped off. The fumes are cooled and subsequently liquefy, making white sulfur, undated series 2box 14folder 10

Series 3: Events, 1868-1973 and undated (0.5 linear feet)

This series consists of photographs that document an action or event. The majority of the events photographed took place in Baltimore from 1868 to 1973, with the bulk of the photographs taken in the 1920s. Some events include parades, plays, races, and banquets.

Arrangement is alphabetical by subject.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Events -- Antietam -- engraved scene from Civil War battle, 1868 series 3box 15folder 1
Events -- Award -- group of men receiving award; David Brigham; Edmund C. Mester; Executive Assistant to Governor Taines, undated series 3box 15folder 2
Events -- Baltimore City Banquets -- group photos at tables; Giants Victory Banquet (at Southern Hotel), 1924, circa 1925 and undated series 3box 15folder 3
Events -- Baltimore City Funerals -- group gathered at graveside, circa 1927 series 3box 15folder 4
Events -- Baltimore City Gelfand Dinner -- dinner at Southern Hotel, 1927 series 3box 15folder 5
Events -- Baltimore City Graduations -- boys and girls; schools unknown, circa 1920s and undated series 3box 15folder 6
Events -- Baltimore City History -- 20th Century (sign welcoming home Charles Lindberg after flight across the Atlantic Ocean), 1927 series 3box 15folder 7
Events -- Baltimore City Parades -- floats; Faith Presbyterian Church parade; YMCA float and group at boys parade; School No. 6 at boys week; Sacrifice Day Parade Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church, 1919, 1923-1924, and circa 1925 series 3box 15folder 8
Events -- Baltimore City Social Functions -- dance; group of women sitting, circa 1920s and undated series 3box 15folder 9
Events -- Farmers' Day -- car at University of Maryland south gate; line of cars, 1921, circa 1925 series 3box 15folder 10
Events -- Fire -- picture of firemen running from fareball; won first prize for WDAF-TV (Kansas City, Mo.) in spot news category in 17th Annual "News Pictures of the Year" contest sponsored by National Press Photographers Association, University of Missouri School of Journalism, and Encyclopedia Britannica, 1960 series 3box 15folder 11
Events -- Greenbelt WPA -- art exhibit in Greenbelt, undated series 3box 15folder 12
Events -- Maryland Hunt Cup Race -- horse race, 1941 series 3box 15folder 13
Events -- Passion Plays -- people reenacting the Passion on stage, undated series 3box 15folder 14
Events -- Presentation of First Official State Highway Administration Maps -- Harry R. Hughes; Bernard M. Evans, 1973 series 3box 15folder 15

Series 4: Furnishings and Equipment, circa 1920-1934 (2.00 linear feet)

This series contains photographs of furniture, metal objects, large transportation vehicles, flags, and various types of machinery. The majority of the photographs were taken in Annapolis and Baltimore. Some of the dates on the back of the photographs pertain to the date of the object photographed. The bulk of the items are dated to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The folders titled Battle Flags contain photographs of Civil War battle flags. The original flags are stored at in the Maryland Room in the State House in Annapolis, Maryland.

Arrangement is alphabetical by subject.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Furnishings and Equipment -- Art -- Baltimore (photographs of pictures in Baltimore museums and galleries) series 4box 15folder 16
Furnishings and Equipment -- Art -- Baltimore (photographs of pictures in Baltimore museums and galleries), undated series 4box 15folder 17
Furnishings and Equipment -- Automobiles -- (car with advertisments at Baltimore and Light Streets; convertible on Lake Drive near southwest corner of Druid Hill Park Reservoir); Oldsmobile (on Monument Street looking north up Charles Street, near statue of U. S. Supreme Court Justice Roger B. Taney), undated series 4box 16folder 1
Furnishings and Equipment -- Battle Flags -- (variety of flags from State Flag Room in Annapolis; accompanied by "Guide book and descriptive manual of battle flags in flag room of State House at Annapolis, Md." (in Maryland Stacks) -- Civil War: Federal Army - First and Second Regiment Infantry Maryland Volunteers, circa 1920s, 1935, and undated series 4box 16folder 2
Furnishings and Equipment -- Battle Flags -- (variety of flags from State Flag Room in Annapolis; accompanied by "Guide book and descriptive manual of battle flags in flag room of State House at Annapolis, Md." (in Maryland Stacks) -- Civil War: Federal Army - Third and Fourth Regiment Infantry Maryland Volunteers; War for Independence: "Union Volunteers" of Baltimore; "Old Glory"; "Old Defenders", 1934 series 4box 16folder 3
Furnishings and Equipment -- Battle Flags -- (variety of flags from State Flag Room in Annapolis; accompanied by "Guide book and descriptive manual of battle flags in flag room of State House at Annapolis, Md." (in Maryland Stacks) -- Civil War: Federal Army - Fifth and Sixth Regiment Infantry Maryland Volunteers, 1934 series 4box 16folder 4
Furnishings and Equipment -- Battle Flags -- (variety of flags from State Flag Room in Annapolis; accompanied by "Guide book and descriptive manual of battle flags in flag room of State House at Annapolis, Md." (in Maryland Stacks) -- Civil War: Federal Army - Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Regiment Infantry Maryland Volunteers, 1934 series 4box 16folder 5
Furnishings and Equipment -- Battle Flags -- (variety of flags from State Flag Room in Annapolis; accompanied by "Guide book and descriptive manual of battle flags in flag room of State House at Annapolis, Md." (in Maryland Stacks) -- Civil War: Federal Army - Tenth and Thirteenth Regiment Infantry Maryland Volunteers; Third Regiment - Potomac Home Brigade; First and Second Eastern Shore Infantries - Maryland Volunteers; First Regiment Potomac Home Brigade Cavalry "Cole's Cavalry", 1934 series 4box 16folder 6
Furnishings and Equipment -- Battle Flags -- (variety of flags from State Flag Room in Annapolis; accompanied by "Guide book and descriptive manual of battle flags in flag room of State House at Annapolis, Md." (in Maryland Stacks) -- Civil War: Federal Army - First Regiment Potomac Home Brigade Cavalry "Cole's Cavalry"; Battery A and B Maryland Light Artillery "Rigby's" and "Snow's"; Baltimore Battery "Alexander's"; The Old "Gosnell Flag", 1934 series 4box 17folder 1
Furnishings and Equipment -- Battle Flags -- (variety of flags from State Flag Room in Annapolis; accompanied by "Guide book and descriptive manual of battle flags in flag room of State House at Annapolis, Md." (in Maryland Stacks) -- Civil War: Confederate Army - Garrison Flag; First Maryland Infantry; Company A; Company H; Second Maryland Infantry, 1934 series 4box 17folder 2
Furnishings and Equipment -- Battle Flags -- (variety of flags from State Flag Room in Annapolis; accompanied by "Guide book and descriptive manual of battle flags in flag room of State House at Annapolis, Md." (in Maryland Stacks) -- Civil War: Confederate Army Second Maryland Infantry; Captain J. Lyle Clarke's Maryland Company in the Twenty-First Virginia; First Maryland Cavalry; Federal Army - First and Second Regiment Infantry Maryland Volunteers, 1934 series 4box 17folder 3
Furnishings and Equipment -- Boats -- Baltimore City (motor and sail boats in harbor); (painting of boat by Worden Wood; back of boat), circa 1920s and undated series 4box 17folder 4
Furnishings and Equipment -- Clocks and Watches -- (grandfather clock made in Baltimore, 1795, 1798, circa 1800); (grandfather clock made in Forestville, Connecticut, 1837); pocket watch circa 1865 (engraved, made in Baltimore), undated series 4box 17folder 5
Furnishings and Equipment -- Drugs and Medicine -- Baltimore City (display of medicines), 1930 series 4box 17folder 6
Furnishings and Equipment -- Election Floats -- Baltimore City ("Wake Up Baltimore: Vote for the 4 Loans"), 1927 series 4box 17folder 7
Furnishings and Equipment -- Fire Escape -- Elevator style, circa 1930 series 4box 17folder 8
Furnishings and Equipment -- Furniture -- Bellows (decorated bellows made in Maryland circa 1812); Cabinet (carved cabinet made in Baltimore); Cabinet and stand (cabinet made by Shaw and Chisholm in Annapolis, circa 1840, 1790); Card table (card table originally owned by Thomas Jefferson, circa 1750); Celleret (cabinet made in Annapolis, circa 1790); Chairs (upholstered armchair, circa 1770), (upholstered chairs made by J. Shaw in Annapolis, circa 1690 and circa 1790), (chair made in Baltimore, circa 1808); Clocks (grandfather clock, circa 1925), circa 1925 and undated series 4box 17folder 9
Furnishings and Equipment -- Furniture -- Cradle (carved cradle made in Baltimore, circa 1828); Cupboard (inlaid cupboard with glass doors made by Hepplewhite in Maryland; same cupboard showing drawers, circa 1770); Desk (carved desk made by B. Shearer in Martinsburg, Va., circa 1767); Miniature high boy (inlaid cabinet made in Baltimore, 1720-1740); Hutzler Bros. Co. (model dining room, living room, and bedroom, January 1930); Sideboard (inlaid sideboard made in Baltimore, circa 1800), 1930 and undated series 4box 17folder 10
Furnishings and Equipment -- Furniture -- Table (inlaid table made by Hepplewhite in Maryland, circa 1790), (three inlaid tables; detail of one, circa 1800; two made in Baltimore, one by Hepplewhite, circa 1800); Table with cabinet (inlaid table with glass cabinet on top; made in Maryland, circa 1800); Wash stand - China (porcelain) pitcher and basin (washstand with china pitcher and basin, made in Anne Arundel county, circa 1800), undated series 4box 18folder 1
Furnishings and Equipment -- Glass Bottle -- (bottle made by J. Frederick Amelung Glass in Frederick County, 1788), undated series 4box 18folder 2
Furnishings and Equipment -- Interior Decorating -- staircase; decorated fireplace and walls; bookshelves; plants with chairs on porch; ornately decorated parlor; displays of chairs, undated series 4box 18folder 3
Furnishings and Equipment -- Machinery -- Baltimore City (assorted pieces of large machinery; Smith Bailer), 1920 and undated series 4box 18folder 4
Furnishings and Equipment -- Machinery -- Baltimore City (assorted pieces of large machinery; Smith Bailer), 1920 and undated series 4box 18folder 5
Furnishings and Equipment -- Machinery -- Baltimore City (assorted pieces of large machinery; Smith Bailer), 1920 and undated series 4box 18folder 6
Furnishings and Equipment -- Machinery -- metal furnace made by Mitchell-Oliver Company; furnace; unidentified pieces of machinery, undated series 4box 18folder 7
Furnishings and Equipment -- Machinery in Industry -- oyster shell fertilizer plant, undated series 4box 18folder 8
Furnishings and Equipment -- Maryland State Commission -- photo of 1907 Jamestown banner for gold medal exhibit of canned goods, undated series 4box 18folder 9
Furnishings and Equipment -- Metal Work -- balustrade (arch outside building); bench (1805); decorative metal grill; horse head hitching post; railing (decorative metal gate at Washington Monument in Mt. Vernon Place in Baltimore), undated series 4box 18folder 10
Furnishings and Equipment -- Miscellaneous -- Baltimore City (floral arrangement with wreath); photo of piano, circa 1925 and undated series 4box 18folder 11
Furnishings and Equipment -- Phillippine Islands Veterans Commission -- cartoon from Manila Chronicle, undated series 4box 19folder 1
Furnishings and Equipment -- Railroads -- Baltimore City, Southern (Cincinatti, New Orleans and Texas and Pacific Railroad freight car), circa 1925 series 4box 19folder 2
Furnishings and Equipment -- Safe -- Baltimore City (interior after fire), undated series 4box 19folder 3
Furnishings and Equipment -- Seals -- seal of Prince George's County, undated series 4box 19folder 4
Furnishings and Equipment -- Ships -- Baltimore City, Alabama Battleship, Union Shipbuilding Co.(being scrapped); S.S. Baltimore City (at loading docks; at sea), 1927 and 1931 series 4box 19folder 5
Furnishings and Equipment -- Ships -- Baltimore City, Henry Boy (W.S. Shipping launch); S.S. Lake [Ormoc?] (at Locust Point); Lillian Kerr Schooner (Terminal Shipping Company); S.S. Orchid (crane on deck of ship); S.S. Point Lobos (Pacific Mail Company ship), 1920-1930 and undated series 4box 19folder 6
Furnishings and Equipment -- Silver -- basket and spoon circa 1825 (Sheffield silver basket and spoon); service 1838 (silver service made by Sanuel Kirk Silver), undated series 4box 19folder 7
Furnishings and Equipment -- Stoves -- Wabash stove with warming closet; Clement stove; Oriole stove; Baltimore City (Oriole gas stove), circa 1920s and undated series 4box 19folder 8
Furnishings and Equipment -- Singer Sewing Machine -- (exhibit with Singer sewing machine), undated series 4box 19folder 9
Furnishings and Equipment -- Transportation -- Baltimore City (interior of trolley car; armored car from Nagle National Detective Agency); Bus (back of city bus); 1925 Ford Coupe (car exterior), 1920-1930 series 4box 19folder 10

Series 5: Military Installations and Forts, circa 1900s-1932 and undated (0.5 linear feet)

This series consists of photographs of military installations and forts in Maryland, dating primarily from 1917 to 1920. The bulk of the photographs document the buildings, regiments, and personnel at Fort Meade, Maryland. There is also a folder of photographs taken at the entrance gate of the United States Naval Academy, located in Annapolis, Maryland.

Arrangement is alphabetical by name of military installations and forts.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Military Installations and Forts -- Fort Meade -- (soldiers in uniform; cavalry; military band; motor pool; Battery C Md. F.A.; Battery B Md. F.A.; Headquarters 11th Field Artillery; trestle piers of dismantled tank; view of camp; Battery A Md. F.A.; force of Div. Eng. Ramsay, 4th National Army Div.; force of Div. Eng. Hudson, 4th National Army Div.; Company G 2nd Inf. M.S.G.; laundries; soldiers on motorcycles; horses in corral; barracks), circa 1900s, 1917, 1919 series 5box 19folder 11
Military Installations and Forts -- Fort Meade -- (soldiers in uniform; cavalry; military band; motor pool; Battery C Md. F.A.; Battery B Md. F.A.; Headquarters 11th Field Artillery; trestle piers of dismantled tank; view of camp; Battery A Md. F.A.; force of Div. Eng. Ramsay, 4th National Army Div.; force of Div. Eng. Hudson, 4th National Army Div.; Company G 2nd Inf. M.S.G.; laundries; soldiers on motorcycles; horses in corral; barracks), 1917 and undated series 5box 19folder 12
Military Installations and Forts -- Fort Meade -- (soldiers in uniform; cavalry; military band; motor pool; Battery C Md. F.A.; Battery B Md. F.A.; Headquarters 11th Field Artillery; trestle piers of dismantled tank; view of camp; Battery A Md. F.A.; force of Div. Eng. Ramsay, 4th National Army Div.; force of Div. Eng. Hudson, 4th National Army Div.; Company G 2nd Inf. M.S.G.; laundries; soldiers on motorcycles; horses in corral; barracks), 1917, 1919, and undated series 5box 19folder 13
Military Installations and Forts -- Fort Meade -- (soldiers in uniform; cavalry; military band; motor pool; Battery C Md. F.A.; Battery B Md. F.A.; Headquarters 11th Field Artillery; trestle piers of dismantled tank; view of camp; Battery A Md. F.A.; force of Div. Eng. Ramsay, 4th National Army Div.; force of Div. Eng. Hudson, 4th National Army Div.; Company G 2nd Inf. M.S.G.; laundries; soldiers on motorcycles; horses in corral; barracks), 1917, 1919, and undated series 5box 20folder 1
Military Installations and Forts -- United States Naval Academy -- (entrance gates); (Naval Academy chapel; new gate); (entrance gate), circa 1920s, 1932, and undated series 5box 20folder 2

Series 6: Other Structures, 1920-1973 and undated (1.75 linear feet)

This series contains photographs of structures not included in Series I: Buildings. This includes roads, bridges, furnaces, viaducts, monuments and memorials, gardens, and harbors. All of the photographs were taken from 1920 to 1973. Roughly half of the photographs in the series are of structures in Baltimore City. Some of the other structures photographed are railroads, in Prince Georges and Charles county, and bridges throughout Maryland.

Arrangement is alphabetical first by county and then by city or town, then by subject where necessary. The added information included in the folder description reflects the details written on the back of the photographs. It was added to help further describe the photographs and assist the users.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Other Structures -- Anne Arundel -- Annapolis -- Waterfront and Cornhill Street (shots of streets and waterfront); Pickney Street scene; harbor at dawn; College Creek bridge, 1950s and undated series 6box 20folder 3
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Bridges: Hanover Street Bridge (built in 1923; bridge under repair; bridge before repair); buildings Charles Weiner Building (mausoleum); Construction: Harbor, 1920-1931 series 6box 20folder 4
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Forts: Fort Howard Scene (train tracks; bridges; swimmers; grassy areas by water; coastline), circa 1920s series 6box 20folder 5
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Forts: Fort McHenry (entrance to the fort; overlooking Baltimore Harbor on the Chesapeake Bay; storehouse; buildings within fort; model of fort; view of fort from Lazerette Point), 1928-1930 and undated series 6box 20folder 6
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Gardens: trees; gazebo; Harbor: Chandler building and harbor from water; pier at Locust Point; Western Maryland Railroad; General Classification (shots of crains at harbor; view of city from harbor at night), 1930 and undated series 6box 20folder 7
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Harbor: General Classification (shipyard); Monuments and Memorials: Christopher Columbus memorial; War Memorial Plaza - Court of Honor; Battle Monument; Francis Scott Key Memorial (memorial lit at night); General LaFayette (on a horse); Mount Vernon Place (East Church); William Wallace Statue (Scottish national hero); George Peabody statue, 1920-1930 and undated series 6box 21folder 1
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Monuments and Memorials: General Pulaski (relief of Pulaski on horse); General Sam Pratt Smith (statue); George Washington (statue under arch); War Memorial Plaza Court of Honor (fountain in center of court; plaza lit at night); Washington Monument (statue of George Washington at top of pillar), 1921, 1931, 1934, and undated series 6box 21folder 2
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Monuments and Memorials: Washington Monument (statue of George Washington at top of pillar), 1930-1938 and undated series 6box 21folder 3
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Miscellaneous: Pier; Parks and Playgrounds: "bond club outing" playing baseball; feeding wild turkeys; bridge; statue by pond; Railroads: B&O RR. ("North Star"); freight train loading platform; Roads: (aerial view of North Chase Street; unidentified street), 1920-1930 series 6box 21folder 4
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Street Scenes: Mt. Royal and Md. Ave (street scenes in winter); Bond Street; man sitting on corner of Lexington and Holiday Streets; Baltimore Hebrew Congregation; Sparrow's Point; Wise Ave.; Calvert Street; crowds of people and cars on streets; Baltimore Street, circa 1920s, circa 1930s, and undated series 6box 21folder 5
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Street Scenes: Calvert Street; unidentified, North Charles Street; Hartford Avenue and Markley, accident scene; Old York Road and 33rd Street, circa 1920s, 1930, undated series 6box 21folder 6
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Street Scenes: Greenmount Ave. (houses, businesses, and signs along street), 1924, 1930 series 6box 22folder 1
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Viaducts: construction of Orleans Street viaduct; shots of viaduct from above, 1930, 1934, and undated series 6box 22folder 2
Other Structures -- Baltimore City -- Viaducts: construction of Orleans Street viaduct; Water Works and Sewage: Louis Eckels and Sons Raw Water System, circa 1920s, 1930-1935 series 6box 22folder 3
Other Structures -- Carroll -- Westminster -- rebuilt manhole in road, undated series 6box 22folder 4
Other Structures -- Cecil -- Principio Furnace -- Principio Furnace (aerial shot of dam; auxillary buildings; hot air oven; stack with blowing engine; crankshaft of blowing engine; blowing engine; water turbine), 1973 and undated series 6box 22folder 5
Other Structures -- Charles -- Indian Head -- Railroads - Pennsylvania R.R. (Indian Head Junction depot), 1953 series 6box 22folder 6
Other Structures -- Charles -- La Plata -- Railroads - Pennsylvania R.R. (La Plata depot), 1953 series 6box 22folder 7
Other Structures -- Charles -- Pope's Creek -- Railroads - Pennsylvania R.R. (Pope's Creek depot), 1953 series 6box 22folder 8
Other Structures -- Charles -- Waldorf -- Railroads - Pennsylvania R.R. (Waldorf depot), 1953 series 6box 22folder 9
Other Structures -- Frederick -- Catoctin Furnace -- see state document room; wall and machinery foundation; stack and foundation walls; village houses; machinery foundation detail; stack; machinery foundation and furnace stack, 1973 and undated series 6box 22folder 10
Other Structures -- Harford -- Havre de Grace -- Susquehanna Bridge (bridge over Susquehanna River), 1927 series 6box 22folder 11
Other Structures -- Harford -- Joppatowne -- Gunpowder River Furnace (Joppa iron works, bore holes at dam site; furnace stack; structure near dam site; reheating furnace; foundation walls downstream), undated series 6box 22folder 12
Other Structures -- Location Unknown -- Harbor: carriages by harbor; Monuments and Memorials: unidentified statues in garden; Railroads: workers laying out ties; B&O Railroad: (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad staff with trains; vice president of B&O Railroad with Mamie Eisenhower; Virginia Tanner, editor of B&O Magazine; woman shopping; President White of B&O Railroad; John Dubas, B&O Railroad photographer; R. M. Van Sant), 1930 and undated series 6box 23folder 1
Other Structures -- Prince George's -- B&O Railroad: (relay station built in 1872 and razed in 1950), circa 1925 series 6box 23folder 2
Other Structures -- Prince George's -- Bowie -- Railroads - Pennsylvania R.R. (Bowie depot), 1953 series 6box 23folder 3
Other Structures -- Prince George's -- Brandywine -- Railroads - Pennsylvania R.R. (Brandywine depot), 1953 series 6box 23folder 4
Other Structures -- Prince George's -- Upper Marlboro -- Railroads - Pennsylvania R.R. (Marlboro depot), 1953 series 6box 23folder 5
Other Structures -- St. Mary's -- Piney Point -- photos of pier, undated series 6box 23folder 6
Other Structures -- Washington -- Antietam -- Antietam Furnace (See Map State Document Room; details of dam; details of stone-lined furnace south of dam; detail of lime kiln; former post office and store; foundation; lime kiln), 1973 and undated series 6box 23folder 7
Other Structures -- Washington D.C. -- Monuments and Memorials: Washington Monument from the Potomac River, undated series 6box 23folder 8
Other Structures -- Worchester -- Snow Hill -- Nassawango Furnace (hot air apparatus; casting hearth; furnace stack interior looking up; furnace stack; furnace race), 1973 and undated series 6box 23folder 9

Series 7: People and Organizations, circa 1900s-circa 1940 and undated (1.75 linear feet)

This series consists of photographs taken from circa 1900s to circa 1940 that document people and organizations throughout Baltimore. Most are individual or portrait-style group photographs. The bulk of the photographs were taken in Baltimore City. Some of the organizations or groups include sports teams, fraternities, churches, children, and government departments. Many of the photographs are of unidentified men and women.

Arrangement is alphabetical by subject.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
People and Organizations -- Bands -- Baltimore City (group shot of band), 1924 series 7box 23folder 10
People and Organizations -- Camps -- Baltimore City, Summer Camp (women relaxing and eating inside large wooden building), circa 1925 series 7box 23folder 11
People and Organizations -- Children -- in classroom; from 1902 book on Charles Carroll; general, unidentified; Mrs. E. L. Petroff Catonsville Children Party group photo; Baltimore City, Read Taylor Co. Baby Pictures (collage of baby photos), circa 1900s, 1920-1930, and undated series 7box 23folder 12
People and Organizations -- Churches -- Baltimore City Polish Presbyterian Church (group photographs from Christmas); English Consul Christian Church (photo of congregation at Easter), 1919 and 1924 series 7box 23folder 13
People and Organizations -- Clubs -- Baltimore City: Boume Temple (group photo of The Medinah Band); Niagara Athletic Club - Boy's Home Society (group of boys in baseball uniforms with decorated truck); Woman's Suffrage League (group photo dressed for pageant in Annapolis; woman dressed as Statue of Liberty for pageant in Annapolis); YMCA (radio classroom; students in radio course), 1920-1930 and undated series 7box 24folder 1
People and Organizations -- Dental Association, Maryland State -- men with plaque marking original site of Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, circa 1940 series 7box 24folder 2
People and Organizations -- Department of Education -- Sharp Street Community House in Baltimore; children napping, playing, washing, undated series 7box 24folder 3
People and Organizations -- Department of Public Welfare -- men and women receiving food stamps in Baltimore; sign in store window (Contains Oversize), undated series 7box 24folder 4
People and Organizations -- Department of Public Welfare -- women in maid uniforms cleaning and cooking (Contains Oversize), undated series 7box 24folder 5
People and Organizations -- Department of Public Welfare -- men passing packages (Contains Oversize), undated series 7box 24folder 6
People and Organizations -- Department of Transportation -- Secretary of the Department of Transportation Harry R. Hughes (Before Governor of Maryland); State Highway Administrator Bernard M. Evans; State Aviation Administrator Robert J. Aaronson, 1974 series 7box 24folder 7
People and Organizations -- Education -- Student Teaching (at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring), 1947 series 7box 24folder 8
People and Organizations -- Exhibits -- Medicine, USA Exhibit (medicine portion of American exhibit in USSR), undated series 7box 24folder 9
People and Organizations -- Farmers Organization -- unknown city councilmen at Maryland Agricultural College, 1903 series 7box 24folder 10
People and Organizations -- Federated Garden Club -- photographs of large houses; Charles Gift or Preston-on-Patuxent; Araby; view of tobacco field and parn on the Patuxent River; La Grange; pool in garden; Bohemia; Cremona, circa 1920, circa 1931 series 7box 24folder 11
People and Organizations -- Fraternities -- Baltimore City, Sigma Lambda Nu (group photo), circa 1920s series 7box 24folder 12
People and Organizations -- Gas Co. -- Demonstration and Meeting, 1930 series 7box 24folder 13
People and Organizations -- Laboratories -- Baltimore City (chemists at work), undated series 7box 24folder 14
People and Organizations -- Libraries -- Library Regional, Prince George's (A.B. Hamilton, and others); Maryland Public Library Advisory Committee (workers repairing books), undated series 7box 24folder 15
People and Organizations -- M.E.R.A. Transient Camp Activities -- spreading gravel at automotive test course; moving field house; grading and seeding N.C.O. quarters; sodding slope course of automotive test course; finish grading slope course at automotive test course, 1935 series 7box 24folder 16
People and Organizations -- Medical -- Baltimore City: men and women in line for x-rays; doctor using x-ray machine on patient in office; nurse at desk, circa 1920s series 7box 25folder 1
People and Organizations -- Medical Municipal -- Baltimore City: building exterior; dispensary of examination of chest, circa 1925 and undated series 7box 25folder 2
People and Organizations -- Military -- Baltimore City: (group photo of army personnel); Red Cross Instit. (John Joseph Pershing at Red Cross Institute); World War I Army Unit (men in army uniform), circa 1920s and undated series 7box 25folder 3
People and Organizations -- People -- students from the University of Maryland class of 1908; unidentified individuals and groups; Griffith B. Cole; dancers); People in Baltimore City, (three unidentified men in a row, 1908 and undated series 7box 25folder 4
People and Organizations -- People -- line of men in front of buildings; general classification; classroom of men, circa 1920s and undated series 7box 25folder 5
People and Organizations -- People -- general classification; men at national bank of Baltimore; office personnel; social group, 1920-1930 and undated series 7box 25folder 6
People and Organizations -- People -- general classification; portraits of military officers; family portraits, circa 1925 and undated series 7box 25folder 7
People and Organizations -- People -- group photos; portraits of military officers, circa 1925 and undated series 7box 25folder 8
People and Organizations -- Schools -- Anne Arundel County, Severna School sports team group photo; boys basketball, wrestling, tennis, and baseball teams; Baltimore City, Class Picture (possibly from Boys Latin School); St. Joseph's Monastery School (Father Sabin with group of young men in vestments; graduation of eighth grade class of 1922), 1922-1925 and undated series 7box 26folder 1
People and Organizations -- Schools -- Baltimore City Schools: girls standing in a line; classroom; women in desks and standing; man and women in desks and standing, 1908 and circa 1920s series 7box 26folder 2
People and Organizations -- Sports and Recreation -- Baltimore City: Outdoor Pool; swimmers in pool; Baseball Team group photo; Brazer Dept. Store Baseball Team group photo; Fidelity and Deposit Co. Bowling Team (group photo of women); Montgomery Ward Basketball Team group photo; Mount St. Joseph's Sports Teams (captains of various sports teams; football team; basketball team), 1920-1930 and undated series 7box 26folder 3
People and Organizations -- Theatres -- Baltimore City: Cast Photos (in sailor costumes; in blackface and grass skirts); Century Theatre (band on stage), 1924-1927 series 7box 26folder 4
People and Organizations -- U.S. Patent Office -- aerial photographs of land; Miller-Fanaroff tract; New Town Center tract; Bevard Brothers tract; Saint Elizabeth's Hospital farm property; U.S. Agricultural Research Center; Ammendale Joint Venture tract; M. Leo Storch tract; Ewing-Smith tract; Eugene B. Roberts tract; Scuderi Brothers tract, 1965 series 7box 26folder 5
People and Organizations -- U.S. Patent Office -- aerial photographs of land; U.S. Naval Radio Station; Capital Beltway - Landover Road tract; Hillmar Corporation tract; Northampton Corporation tract; Ewing tract; Globecom Radio Receiving Station, 1965 series 7box 26folder 6
People and Organizations -- Women -- general classification; gathering of ladies; four women painting; homemakers class; portraits, circa 1920s and undated series 7box 26folder 7
People and Organizations -- Women -- bride's wedding portrait; unknown portraits; women's clothing, circa 1925 and undated series 7box 26folder 8

Series 8: Rural Areas and Agriculture, 1910-1966 and undated (2.5 linear feet)

This series consists of photographs documenting rural areas in Maryland, between 1910 and 1966. The bulk of this series contains aerial photographs of Assateague Island on the Eastern Shore of Maryland taken in 1966. There are two folders that hold photographs of Rock Creek Park located on the borders of Maryland; Washington, D.C.; and Virginia.

Arrangement is alphabetical first by county and then by closest city or town..

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Baltimore City -- Farms (cattle), circa 1920s series 8box 27folder 1
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Calvert -- Lusby -- Chesapeake Bay Foundation (aerial photos of Calvert Cliffs; sailboat in ocean from the American Sailing Education Association), undated series 8box 27folder 2
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Cecil -- Elkton -- Hollingsworth House (pasture with farmhouse), 1927 series 8box 27folder 3
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Harford -- Susquehanna River Estates (estates on river; row boat on bank; avenue of trees; house exteriors), circa 1920s and undated series 8box 27folder 4
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Location Unknown -- Agriculture (trying out a new piece of farm equipment); Eggs (men with crates of eggs); Farm Equipment (fertilizer drill; milking utensils; plowing with tractor engine; hay fork; cotting ensilage with gasoline tractor; men on cart; sawing wood with gasoline engine), 1910, 1911, 1913, and undated series 8box 27folder 5
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Location Unknown -- Holly (trimming holly for wreathes; Harry Dengler, extension forester); Rural Scenes (trees in snow; dirt road; (dirt road in winter), 1962 and undated series 8box 27folder 6
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Prince George's -- Baden -- Anchouie Hills (view from southwest; near Baden, MD), undated series 8box 27folder 7
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Talbot -- Tilghman Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1952 series 8box 27folder 8
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Washington D.C. -- Rock Creek -- Rock Creek (Rock Creek watershed tour; at farm of A.W. Hines; loading buses at Statler Hotel in Washington, D.C.; Meadowbrook Recreation Center; E. M. Davis; Smith; Stephen J. Maddock; Hugh Bennett), 1959 series 8box 27folder 9
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Washington D.C. -- Rock Creek -- Rock Creek (Rock Creek watershed tour; at farm of A.W. Hines; loading buses, 1959 series 8box 27folder 10
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 27folder 11
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 28folder 1
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 28folder 2
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 28folder 3
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 28folder 4
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 28folder 5
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 28folder 6
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 29folder 1
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 29folder 2
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 29folder 3
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 29folder 4
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 29folder 5
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 29folder 6
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 30folder 1
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 30folder 2
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 30folder 3
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 30folder 4
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 30folder 5
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 30folder 6
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 30folder 7
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 31folder 1
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 31folder 2
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 31folder 3
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 31folder 4
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 31folder 5
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 31folder 6
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 31folder 7
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 32folder 1
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 32folder 2
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 32folder 3
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 32folder 4
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 32folder 5
Rural Areas and Agriculture -- Worchester -- Assateague Island -- aerial photograph of island, 1966 series 8box 32folder 6

Series 9: University and College Buildings, circa 1920s-1948 (0.75 linear feet)

The University and College Buildings series documents images of higher education institutions in Maryland from the 1920s to 1948. The bulk of the photographs in this series are of Morgan State College in Baltimore, Maryland, all of which were taken in 1948.

Arrangement is alphabetical by institution.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
University and College Buildings -- Baltimore College of Dental Surgery -- drawing of original building; school was first dental school in the world (1840), undated series 9box 32folder 7
University and College Buildings -- Johns Hopkins University -- Gilman Hall (building exterior), circa 1920s series 9box 32folder 8
University and College Buildings -- Goucher College -- building exterior at St. Paul and 23rd Streets, circa 1930 series 9box 32folder 9
University and College Buildings -- Morgan State College -- cashier's office in Carnegie Hall; bookstore; registrar's office in Carnegie Hall; stadium (north side); typical music classroom in Washington Hall; art studio in Washington Hall; plan of college by Maryland State Planning Commission; commencement; Governor W. Preston Lane; full student assembly outdoors, 1948 series 9box 32folder 10
University and College Buildings -- Morgan State College -- campus looking north; Tubman House, built 1941; Truth House, built 1947; library, built 1938; heating plan, built 1948; dining hall under construction; Woolford Hall; "only apartment house on campus;" "only teacher's cottage on campus;" Cummings Hall; Carnegie Hall, built 1920; John D. Spencer Science Hall, built 1931, 1948 series 9box 33folder 1
University and College Buildings -- Morgan State College -- Dormitories -- Young Hall; rooms in Young Hall; Baldwin Hall; rooms in Baldwin Hall; rooms in Tubman Hall, 1948 series 9box 33folder 2
University and College Buildings -- Morgan State College -- Gymnasium and Auditorium -- building exteriors; women's locker room; men's locker room; interior of gymnasium, 1948 series 9box 33folder 3
University and College Buildings -- St. Mary's Seminary -- erected by the M.A. Long Co. Engineers and Constructors, 1928 series 9box 33folder 4

Related Material

The University of Maryland has two collections that are intrinsically linked with the Subject Photographs Print File because they were previously filed in close proximity to each other and often share provenance. The University of Maryland Print File contains photographs of the University of Maryland campus. The second collection, the Biographical Photographs Print File, consists of additional photographs of individual and groups of people in Maryland.

Additionally, another related collection is the Baltimore News American Photographic Collection, which contains over 1.5 million photographs used by the daily newspaper, the Baltimore News American, during its long history. Many of these photos may reflect similar sibjects found in the photographs in the Subject Photograph Print File.

For other related archival and manuscript collections, please see the following subject guides.

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