Baltimore History Book Scans Part Two

Part one, Part Three

The second page of the Baltimore History Books that I scanned:

These scans are from Lost Baltimore: A Portfolio of Vanished Buildings by Carleton Jones

The Baltimore Exchange and Custom House

The St. James Hotel

The Baltimore-American Building

The Fava Fruit Building

The Farmers and Merchants National Bank

The Rennert Hotel

The Altamont Hotel

The Marburg Tobacco Building

The Baltimore & Ohio Headquarters Building

The Emerson Hotel

The Metropolitan Savings Bank

The Old Sun Building

The Tower Building (Maryland Casualty Insurance)

The Colonial Trust Company

The McCormick & Company Building

This page is scanned from Greetings from Baltimore: Postcard Views of the City by Bert Smith

The McCormick Building and the Recreation Pier

This page is scanned from Baltimore Transitions by Mark Miller

Liberty Street looking north from Lexington Street (1918), notice the Rennert Hotel in the upper right hand corner

These pages are scanned from Baltimore: When She Was What She Used to Be by Marion and Mame Warring

Demolition of the Merchant’s Exchange

The Alex Brown and Sons Building on Baltimore and Calvert Streets

The Altamont Hotel

The Maryland Theatre attached to the Congress Hotel

The Rennert Hotel

Part one and Part Three of the Baltimore History Book scans

2 Responses to Baltimore History Book Scans Part Two

  1. […] Friday, I scanned quite a few (63 to be exact) pages of the following books on Baltimore History: part two, part […]

  2. […] Baltimore History Book Scans Part Three Part one, Part two […]

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