PHOTO/PP. Numbered Photograph Collections
Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
The Baltimore Chronicle Photograph Collection contains more than 7600 photographs from the archives of the Baltimore Chronicle Newspaper, a free alternative newspaper published in print form from 1973 to 2003.
This photographic survey of Baltimore’s city buildings from 1926-1927 includes views of City Hall, fire and police stations, municipal markets, Enoch Pratt Free Library branches, monuments, parks, public squares, city waterworks and more.
This collection contains photographs of the Baltimore Sesquicentennial Celebration in 1880. Images primarily reveal Baltimore City streets, monuments, hotels, and businesses, as well as event decorations, group portraits, and parade floats.
This collection contains photographs of new construction or the conditions of existing infrastructure in Baltimore City. The photographs contain records of numerous city streets and transportation in the city. Also included are images of pedestrians and workers, including African Americans. The dates of the collection span 1908-1924.
This collection contains ephemera and photographs related to the Bard-Avon School from 1939-1964.
This collection contains photographs, primarily cartes des visites and cabinet cards, of Commodore Joshua Barney’s relatives and descendants, including the Bonnycastle, Yoe, Harrison, and White families.