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Baltimore Trust Company Building, 10 Light Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Baltimore Trust Company Building, 10 Light Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

 
 
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Summary

Significance: Baltimore's only "setback" skyscraper, the Baltimore Trust Building is a fine example of the Art Deco commercial style in America. The interior features mosaics by Hildreth Meiere, who designed many decorative features for New York's Radio City Music Hall and St. Bartholomew's Church.
Survey number: HABS MD-1119
Building/structure dates: 1928-1929 Initial Construction

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
taylor, R E, Lee
Fisher, David
Smith, William Levering
May, Howard
Funkhousner, Raymond J
Fidelity National Bank
Mathieson Company
Equitable Life Insurance Company
Meiere, Hildreth
Mackall, R McGill
Yellin, Samuel
Rosenthal, James W, photographer
Ossman, J Laurie, historian
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Baltimore, Maryland, United States39.29038, -76.61219
Google Map of 39.2903848, -76.6121893
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