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The photograph collection at the Maryland Historical Society spans circa 1848 through present day and contains well over one million items. Daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, cartes-de-visite, albumen prints, salted paper prints, acetate negatives, and other historic formats are prevalent. Photographs are part of MdHS's Special Collections Department, H. Furlong Baldwin Library. MdHS is located in Baltimore, Maryland. For more information, see the About page.

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Street scene (Elite Quick Lunch, bowling alley, F.J. Wilson loans, Warner’s Metropolitan Theatre)West North Avenue, at Pennsylvania Avenue, Baltimore, Marylandca. 1922-1947Unidentified photographer8 x 10 inch photographic printJulius Anderson Photograph CollectionBaltimore City Life Museum CollectionMaryland Historical Society1995.62.003 
The film “The Triflers” (1924) with Mae Busch and Elliott Dexter is on Warner’s Metropolitan Theatre (1538 West North Avenue) marquee. 
Below is a Google Street View, about where the theatre was located:
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Street scene (Elite Quick Lunch, bowling alley, F.J. Wilson loans, Warner’s Metropolitan Theatre)
West North Avenue, at Pennsylvania Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland
ca. 1922-1947
Unidentified photographer
8 x 10 inch photographic print
Julius Anderson Photograph Collection
Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Maryland Historical Society
1995.62.003 

The film “The Triflers” (1924) with Mae Busch and Elliott Dexter is on Warner’s Metropolitan Theatre (1538 West North Avenue) marquee. 

Below is a Google Street View, about where the theatre was located:


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