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[Surrey chapel (St. Georges Fields, England) and Independent Church (Baltimore, Md.). Transverse sectional elevations]

Washington presidents house / lith by E. Sachse & Co. Baltimore.

The death of General Ross, near Baltimore, as soon as he perceived that he was wounded he fell into the arms of a brother officer / G.M. Brighty del. ; Brown sculp.

The death of General Ross, near Baltimore, as soon as he perceived that he was wounded he fell into the arms of a brother officer / G.M. Brighty del. ; Brown sculp.

A view of Fort McHenry, and the entrance of the harbour of Baltimore / drawn from nature & sc. by Richd. Harrison.

[Washington Monument looking north on Washington Place in Baltimore, Maryland]

Battle Monument as seen from the west door of City Hotel, Baltimore

[Trade advertisement for T. Palmer & Co. Looking glass and fancy hardware store, & importers of French and German looking glass plates, no. 108 Baltimore St. Baltimore] / lithog. designed & drawn by J. Penniman.

[Blank certificate for donors to the Washington National Monument Society, Washington, D.C.] / Lith. by E. Weber & Co., Baltimore.

Our country's flag! A new national song

Baltimore / Swett ; P. Haas sc.

Battle monument, Baltimore / W.H. Bartlett ; H. Griffiths.

Fanny Elssler and the Baltimoreans

Baltimore Convention, Old Tippecanoe, a patriotic song

The Baltimoreans going the whole ass tail and all

Young men's whig national convention held in Baltimore May 2d 1844. [Campaign badge printed on satin].

The honest statesman, his country's steadfast friend. Harry of the West

Baltimore National Convention of Ratification. Clay and the tariff

Leaving French Town, head of Chesapeak Bay, route to Baltimore, July 26, 1846. Elk River

Present Presidential position

The telegraphic candidates

Lithographic establishment of Edward Weber & Co. Maps, title pages, plans, charts, business & visiting cards..., corner of Market & Light Streets, entrance in Light Street, Baltimore.

[Lexington market, Baltimore, Maryland]

White Mountains in labour

Position of the Democratic Party in 1852. "Freemen of America, how long will you be ledd by such leaders"

Columbia and her rejected suitor

[St. Paul's Church (Baltimore, Maryland). Credence. Elevation and plan]

Bishop Cox of Baltimore

Bishop Cox of Baltimore

[St. Peter's Church (Baltimore, Maryland). Interior. Perspective. Rendering]

Bishop Cox of Baltimore

[Design drawing for proposed Reredos with central statue of Christ with Virgin Mary on left and St. John on right, and riddel curtains. Church of the Epiphany in Govans, Baltimore, Maryland]

Washington National Monument / drawn by Fred D. Stuart.

John T. Ford / J.W. Perkins, photographer, No. 211 Baltimore Street, near Charles, Baltimore.

Haldeman, Hon., Richard J., of PA. Delegate to Democratic National Convention at Charleston, S.C. and Baltimore, 1860

[Saint Dennis Post-office, Baltimore County, Maryland]

Washington. Presidents house / lith. by E. Sachse & Co. Baltimore, Md.

[Civil War envelope showing Zouave soldier with American flag and rifle in front of sign with message "Washington via Baltimore"]

The Methodist : the largest and best paper in the denomination / John A. Gray, Printer, Stereotyper, and Binder, Cor. of Frankfort and Jacob Sts., New York.

Rebel Prisoners leaving Baltimore for Fortress Monroe

6th Massachusetts bivouacked in Monument Sq., Baltimore

Secession exploded

"Nick Biddle," of Pottsville, Pa., the first man wounded in the great American Rebellion, "Baltimore, April 18, 1861" / W. R. Mortimer.

Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md., 1861, occupied by the 3rd Battalion of Rifles, M.V.M. / from a drawing by Corporal E.S. Lloyd, of Dodd's Carvers.

Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland. Columbiad [cannon] pointing to city of Baltimore. Columbiad covering Washington Monument

A female rebel in Baltimore - an everyday scene

Gen. Lee / Bendann Bros, 205 Baltimore st., Baltimore.

Camp of the Massachusetts second compy., light artillery at Stewart's Place, Baltimore, Md

Arrival of the New York seventy-first regiment at the railroad depot, Washington, D.C. / from a sketch by our special artist.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon of Philadelphia / J. Queen, del. & lith. ; T. Sinclair's Lith., 311 Chestnut St. Phila.

The sixth regiment of the Massachusetts volunteers firing into the people in Pratt Street, while attempting to pass through Baltimore en route for Washington, April 19, 1861

Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore, Md.

Camp Carroll, Baltimore, Md / Lith. & print by E. Sachse & Co., 104 S. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.

Attack on the Massachusetts 6th at Baltimore, April 19, 1861

Fort Marshall Baltimore, Md Fifth Regiment Artillery N.Y.V.

Camp Millington, Baltimore, Md. 128th Regt. N.Y.V., from Columbia & Dutchess Counties / / Lith. & print by E. Sachse & Co., 104 S. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.

Camp Belger, Baltimore, M'd. : 114th Regt. New York S. Volunteers--Col. Elisha B. Smith, Lieut. Col. Sam. R. Per Lee, Major Henry B. Morse.

The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ...

Fort number 1 - west defences of Baltimore, Md

A little game of bagatelle, between Old Abe the rail splitter & Little Mac the gunboat general

Election in Baltimore, November, 1862

Battle in Baltimore, April 19, 1861

Platforms illustrated

Jarvis U.S. General Hospital, Baltimore, Md

White, Hon. Joseph Worthington, Rep of Ohio, Delegate to Democratic National Convention at Baltimore in 1860

Waddell, Hon. Alfred Moore of N.C. Delegate to Constitutional Union National Convention at Baltimore - 1860 (Bell & Everett) Lt. Col. of 3rd Cavalry, 41st N.C. Inf.

Major-General Manuel Doblado. The soldier's messenger corps. Concordia buildings, Baltimore, Maryland

Wilson, Hon. James Falconer of Iowa, Delegate to Democratic Nat. Convention in Baltimore in 1860

Steele, Hon. Walter Leak of N.C. Delegate to the Democratic National Convention at Charleston and Baltimore in 1860

Washington. Equesn. statue of Genl. Washington / lith. by E. Sachse & Co. Baltimore.

Hoge, Hon., John Blair of W.Va. Delegate to Democratic National Conventions at Charleston, S.C. & Baltimore - 1860. Served in Confederate Army

Cooper, Hon. Henry of Tenn. Delegate to Democratic National Convention at Baltimore in 1860. (Killed by bandits in Tierra Blanca, Guadalupey, Calvo, Mexico. Feb. 4, 1884)

Arrival of freedmen and their families at Baltimore, Maryland - an every day scene

Washington. U.S. Patent Office / lith. by E. Sachse & Co., Baltimore.

Belle of Baltimore Surprise Candy - Sold wholesale by Darby & Co., 325 West Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.

Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, Md.

Fresh oysters--Thos. J. Myer & Co., Baltimore / Lith. by A. Hoen & Co., Balto.

E. Sachse, & Co.'s bird's eye view of the city of Baltimore, 1869.

Imposing the Cardinal's berretta - upon his grace Archbishop McCloskey of New York, by his grace Archbishop Bayley of Baltimore, at St. Patricks Cathedral, N.Y., April 27th 1875 / published by Currier & Ives, 125 Nassau St. New York.

The great race at Baltimore, Oct. 24th, 1877: between the three grand champions of the American Turf, Parole, Ten Broeck & Tom Ochiltree

The Great strike--the Sixth Maryland Regiment fighting its way through Baltimore / from a p[hotogr]aph by D. Bendann.

F. Klemm's Bock - Baltimore, Md. No. 1

Maryland - the South in 1880 - a Sunday afternoon at Fort M'Henry, Baltimore

AntiMasonic Convention in Valdimor [on the] corner-stone march

Brown & Tierney, general stevedores, Baltimore, Md., U.S.A. and Montreal, Canada

[Composite of eight buildings in Washington, D.C.--St. James Hotel, the Ebbitt House, Riggs House, Metropolitan Hotel, National Hotel, The Arlington, Willard's Hotel, and the Baltimore & Potomac R.R. Depot]

The road to Washington

The rival sandwich-men / Zimmerman.

Double horse car used in Baltimore in 1885

Junction of Baltimore Pike and Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg, July, 1886

[Blondie Purcell, Baltimore Orioles, baseball card portrait]

The Wreck on the Baltimore and Ohio Road, Washington, D.C. - from a photograph by Bell

Phenomenal Smith Old Judge cigarettes.

[Matt Kilroy, Baltimore Orioles, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Farrell, Baltimore Orioles, baseball card portrait]

[Billy Barnie, Baltimore Orioles, baseball card portrait]

[Matt Kilroy, Baltimore Orioles, baseball card portrait]

[John Harkins, Baltimore Orioles, baseball card portrait]

[Bill Shindle, Baltimore Orioles, baseball card portrait]

U.S.S. Baltimore