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Memorial Stadium formerly stood on this spot and was named in honor of those who did not return from World War I and II. In November, 2010 it is rededicated to serve youth in Baltimore City. Memorial Stadium opened in 1950 and was demolished in 20…
Cal Ripken, Sr. signed his first baseball contract in 1956. Over the next 36 years, he served as player, coach and manager within the Baltimore Orioles organization. Every step of the way, Cal Ripken, Sr. led by example - loyalty, hard work, dedic…
To the men and women of this community whose duty and devotion with their services in World War II were not given in vain.
The Woman's College of Baltimore was founded in 1884, when Reverend John Franklin Goucher, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and his wife, Mary C. Fisher, offered land and $150,000 to establish a college for women. The first class of 48…
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.
(Panel on the left) The Good Shepherd in honor of: Lizette Woodworth Reese, Poetess, Grace Trunbull, Sculptress. (Panel on the right) Dedicated by Eastern High School graduates in honor and memory of their teachers and alumni 1844-1986.
The Sunday School of the First Methodist Episcopal Church opened by the Asbury Sunday School Society November 17, 1816. Oldest Sunday School in Baltimore. Erected this tablet October 21 1916 in commemoration of the centenary of the Asbury Sunday S…
Front Yes-No, Letters A through Z & 1 through 0, Good bye Back Elijah Jefferson Bond, Patentee of the Ouija Board; Born January 23rd 1847 Died April 14th 1921.
This monument was a gift from prominent Baltimore banker J. Henry Ferguson, who left funds in his will for the City of Baltimore to create a monument to his childhood heroes, Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson. Ferguson died…