Md. Historical Society Photographs

Starting in circa 1850, the Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) photographic collection contains well over one million items including daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, cartes-de-visite, albumen prints, salted paper prints, acetate negatives, and more. Photographs are part of MdHS's Special Collections Department, H. Furlong Baldwin Library.

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View of the Auditorium Theatre516 North Howard Street, Baltimoreca. 1925Julius Anderson8 x 10 inch printJulius Anderson CollectionBaltimore City Life Museum CollectionMaryland Historical Society1994.42.42
This theater is known today as The Mayfair. It stands abandoned and doesn’t look much like the theater it once was. 

View of the Auditorium Theatre
516 North Howard Street, Baltimore
ca. 1925
Julius Anderson
8 x 10 inch print
Julius Anderson Collection
Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Maryland Historical Society
1994.42.42

This theater is known today as The Mayfair. It stands abandoned and doesn’t look much like the theater it once was. 

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    I wanna go here! I looked it up on Google Satellite Maps, it’s a sad site, but I’m all about it.
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