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Online Exhibits
History of Baltimore


The Great Fire of 1904

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Online Exhibits: The Virtual Museum

Following are links to a variety of online exhibits on Baltimore history.

Enoch Pratt Free Library Online Exhibits
images from the Enoch Pratt Free Library

FIRE AND FAITH: The Catonsville Nine File
On May 17, 1968, nine people entered the Selective Service Offices in Catonsville, Maryland, and burned draft records in protest against the war in Vietnam.

The Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 : Produced by the Maryland Digital Cultural Heritage Project and the Enoch Pratt FreeLibrary, photographs, film footage and paintings.

H. L. Mencken Collection
Portraits, photographs, drafts, letters and artifacts

Edgar Allan Poe Collection
Personal letters, images and poeiana from the Edgar Allan Poe Collection.

Portraits of the Six Lords Baltimore
Includes historical accounts of the Calverts.

The Cator Collection of Baltimore Views
Nearly two hundred etchings, engravings, watercolors, prints, and other images, 1752 to 1930.

War Posters Collection: World War I and World War II posters.

Maryland Historical Society Online Exhibits

Baltimore Architecture: Then and Now
More than Meets the Eye: History of Maryland Through Prints, 1750-1900
Maryland in Focus: Photographs of
Maryland, 1845-1970

University of Maryland Library

Views of the Day: Baltimore News American Photos

Jewish Museum of Maryland

Women of Valor: Henrietta Szold: Created by the Jewish Women's Archive and based upon the Jewish Museum of Maryland's exhibition and catalog "Daughter of Zion: Henrietta Szold and American Jewish Womanhood."

Maryland State Archives Online Exhibits

The Use and Implications of Photographs
for Mental Health Care Reform:
The Maryland State Lunacy Commission State Care Campaign, 1908-1910,
 A presentation from the Maryland State Archives
Baltimore Benevolence: A Record of
Nineteenth Century Philanthropy & Humane Giving

A presentation derived from the exhibition at Clifton Mansion, Baltimore, Maryland, September 10, 2000-August 13, 2002.
A Taste for the Fine Arts:
George Peabody's Gift to Maryland

An exhibit in Government House, July - December, 1998
Women's History at the Maryland
State Archives

An exhibit in honor of Women's History Month, March 1998
African American History at the Maryland
State Archives

An exhibit in honor of Black History Month, February 1998
A Baltimore Watchman: Drawings by Alfred Jacob Miller from the Walters Art Gallery
Exhibition in Government House from January - July 1996
Kilduff's: Baltimore's historic theaters, postcards, puppet shows, and more.
Baltimore City Archives
Advice on researching Baltimore City history from the Maryland State Archivist
Photos from the Baltimore Sun
Allows customers to purchase original prints of photographs that have appeared in the paper.







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