PHOTO/BCLM. Peale/Baltimore City Life Museum Photograph Collections
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of photographs and ephemera related to the E.J. Gallagher Realty Company one of the premier builders of rowhomes in Baltimore in the first half of the 20th century.
The Harold Williams Collection consists of 11 boxes of 624 photographs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings, dating from ca 1950 to 1972. The photographs were donated to Williams from various sources for use in his newspaper column “I Remember.” Subjects include views of Baltimore, portraiture, the Baltimore Fire of 1904, C&O Canal, Lyric Theatre, Southern Hotel, J.F. Weissner & Sons Brewing Company, Lake Roland Dam, and more.
The John Dubas Collection consists of 24 boxes of photographs and manuscript materials related to Baltimore photographer John Dubas, including more than 3600 photographic prints, film negatives and glass negatives taken by Dubas between 1900 and 1971, as well as correspondence, ledger books, and log books. There are also newspaper clippings.
The Peale/BCLM glass negatives collection contains 118 boxes of 4 x 5 inch, 5 x 7 inch, 6 x 8 inch, 8 x 10 inch, and odd sized glass negatives. The negatives document Baltimore’s history including architecture, residents, neighborhoods, businesses, politics, and much more.
Negatives may be copy negatives of materials in the collection and creators listed are the original photographers (unless noted).
The BCLM Photographic Prints Collection consists of over 3,000 photographs, from nineteenth century carte de visites and cabinet cards to modern gelatin prints.
Please Note: The container list/inventory for this collection is available as a PDF below. Click "Expand All" and scroll down to the "External Documents" section to view.