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In the early 1950s, the 900 block of Tyson Street made national news for its dramatic transformation from a dilapidated street of falling down houses to a street framed by quaint pastel-colored homes. In 1948, City inspectors had condemned Tyson S…
The development of the nation depended on transportation, and Baltimore led America in building the first long-distance railroad, one of the earliest commuter rail systems, and one of the first electric streetcar systems. Baltimore also contribute…
The upper part of the Mount Vernon neighborhood was once part of Belvedere, the country estate of Colonel John Eager Howard, a Revolutionary War hero, U.S. Senator, and Maryland Governor. His magnificent late 18th-century mansion stood on the corn…
Across Howard Street, Johns Hopkins University opened in 1876 as America's first research university. The University attracted and trained some of the best minds of the 19th century: philosophers Josiah Royce and Charles Sanders Pierce; physician …
The Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center, founded in 1981 was a rich history which started over 25 years ago when the organization began as a Model Cities Arts Program. The estate of James Hubert Blake, better known as "Eub…
Church Home and Hospital and the Church Home and Hospital Nursing Alumnae Association celebrates 142 years of compassionate care to the infirmed, injured and aged. "We won't forget the ensign on the hill" Dedicated April 30, 2000.
Thanks be to God which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ-November 11, 1918.
To all patriots of Maryland who during the Revolutionary War aided on land or at sea in gaining the independence of this state and of these United States and to the Maryland Line the Bayonets of the Continental Army. The other two panels contai…
Opened in 1894 and originally called The Music Hall has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior January 23, 1986.
Transforming Mount Royal Station captured his imagination. Fostering art, artists, and community captured his creativity. Strengthening the College has become his legacy. Frost PlazaNames in gratitude for his contributions to shaping Maryland I…
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