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Topic: maryland junction

1792
1792
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Baltimore / Swett ; P. Haas sc.

Baltimore / Swett ; P. Haas sc.

Print showing a man leaning on a fence, looking in the direction of Baltimore, Maryland.

Uncle Ned
Uncle Ned
Susanna
Susanna
Looking up the Potomac River, from Fort Sumner

Looking up the Potomac River, from Fort Sumner

Photograph shows two men, one seated and one standing, on a bank above the Potomac River in Fort Sumner, Maryland.

Scene in Pleasant Valley, Maryland / Alex. Gardner, photographer.

Scene in Pleasant Valley, Maryland / Alex. Gardner, photographer.

Photograph showing a group of men and women, including Union army officers' family members, on the porch of a house owned by Mrs. Lee. The two officers were members of the staff of Gen. McClellan and Gen. Burnside.

The campaign on the Potomac - unsuccessful attempt of the Rebels to destroy dam no. 5, on the upper Potomac, near Williamsport, Maryland, December 1861 / from a sketch by Capt. Henry Bacon for the 13th Massachusetts Volunteers.

The campaign on the Potomac - unsuccessful attempt of the Rebels to de...

Print shows Union troops defending a dam on the Potomac against attack by Confederate forces.

View of transparency in front of headquarters of Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments . . .

View of transparency in front of headquarters of Supervisory Committee...

A representation of an enormous illuminated transparency displayed on thefacade of the federal recruiting office for Negro troops on Chestnut Street in Philadelphia on November 1, 1864. The display celebrated t... more

The new railroad bridge across the Susquehanna, from Havre de Grace to Perryville, Maryland / from a photograph by Schrieber & Son, Philadelphia.

The new railroad bridge across the Susquehanna, from Havre de Grace to...

Construction scene, with workers and supplies at site of unfinished bridge.

Gare Américaine a Maryland

Gare Américaine a Maryland

Sections of a railway-station which can be assembled as a model building.

U.S. Senator G. R. Dennis home, Maryland

U.S. Senator G. R. Dennis home, Maryland

Stereograph shows home of George Robertson Dennis. The home is probably Kingston Hall, Kingston, Maryland.

Bonum est
Maryland--The oyster war--A state police steamer overhauling a pirate boat on Chesapeake Bay, off Swan's Point / from a sketch by Frank Adams.

Maryland--The oyster war--A state police steamer overhauling a pirate ...

Two men on police boat arresting two men who are illegally oystering.

National Association of California Pioneers of Washington, D.C., fourth reunion with their guests at Marshall Hall, MD., May 14, 1890.  First trip of steamer Charles Macalester / Jos. E. Bishop, Wm. Cruikshank, photographers.

National Association of California Pioneers of Washington, D.C., fourt...

Photograph shows a group portrait of members of the National Association of California Pioneers of Wash., D.C., gathered outside Marshall Hall, Maryland. Group includes a few girls; an African American woman ... more

Buying stamps from Rural Wagon, U.S.P.O. /

Buying stamps from Rural Wagon, U.S.P.O. /

The film shows a man carrying a mail sack. He climbs the stairs of a front porch, rings a doorbell, and a woman comes to the door. The postman hands her something, turns around, and walks down the stairs.

From West Virginia's jutting crags, sweeping Bolivar Heights and the broad Potomac, past Island Park to Maryland's fort-crowned summit

From West Virginia's jutting crags, sweeping Bolivar Heights and the b...

Postcard showing a view of the Potomac River with Bolivar Heights in West Virginia on the left and Maryland on the right.

TR at Baltimore [1918] : TR at Sagamore [Hill, 1918] /

TR at Baltimore [1918] : TR at Sagamore [Hill, 1918] /

Sequences of TR speaking on two occasions: on Sept. 28, 1918, he addresses crowds in Baltimore in support of the fourth Liberty Loan; at Sagamore Hill on April 2, 1918, he encourages workers for the third Liber... more