Baltimore History Book Scans Part One

On Friday, I scanned quite a few (63 to be exact) pages of the following books on Baltimore History: part two, part three

Baltimore: A Picture History by Francis F. Beirne and Carleton Jones
Baltimore: Charm City by Dan Rodricks and Roger Miller
Greetings from Baltimore: Postcard Views of the City by Bert Smith
Baltimore Transitions by Mark Miller
Lost Baltimore: A Portfolio of Vanished Buildings by Carleton Jones
Baltimore: When She Was What She Used to Be by Marion Warren and Mame Warren
A Guide to Baltimore Architecture by John Dorsey and James D. Dilts

These scans are not designed to copy the book for free usage online but to further enlighten Baltimoreans and non-Baltimoreans on the greatness of our city, in its past and present.

The second part and third part of the Baltimore History Books that I scanned.

The first round of scans (26) are from A Guide to Baltimore Architecture by John Dorsey and James D. Dilts


Pennsylvania Station and the Greek Orthodox Church


The Belvedere Hotel and the Automobile Garage (which is now part of the University of Baltimore)


The Winans House


The Bauernschmidt House and the Valve House


The Syracuse Brothers Company Building and the Paca-Pratt Building


The Abell Building and the Bromo-Seltzer (Emerson) Tower


The Baltimore Equitable Society Building and the Eutaw Savings Bank Building


The Hutzler Brothers Complex and the Provident Savings Bank


Kresge’s Department Store


The Furness House, the Chamber of Commerce Building and the United States Custom House


The Tower Building and the Safe Deposit and Trust Company Building


The Old Mercantile Safe Deposit and Trust Company Building


The Alex Brown and Sons Building and One South Calvert Street


The Equitable Building


The Marburg Tobacco Warehouse


Charles Center South and the Edward A. Garmatz Federal Courthouse


The Hansa Haus and the Savings Bank of Baltimore


The Mercantile Safe Deposit and Trust Building and the Mechanic Theatre


One Charles Center and the Baltimore Gas and Electric Building


The Masonic Temple, Fidelity Building and the Central Savings Bank


The Commercial Credit Company Annex and the Old YMCA Building


The Hamilton Street Row Houses and the First Unitarian Church


The Engineering Center (Club)


The second page of the Engineering Club and the Thomas-Jencks-Gladding House


Brownstone Row and Asbury House


The St. Ignatius/Center Stage Building

The second part and third part of the Baltimore History Books that I scanned.

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