A collection of pen and ink drawings and watercolors produced by Baltimore artist Aaron Sopher from 1938-1941. Created for publications of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Maryland, the illustrations include scenes of people and places in Baltimore and throughout the state.
A selection of etchings and illustrations by Adalbert Volck. The images are primarily those of and for The Wednesday Club, a Baltimore organization of which Dr. Volck was a founder and active member. Includes illustrations for theater programs and the sheet music for Innes Randolph's cantata The Grasshopper.
A selection of photographs, documents, and books that tell the story of the devastation brought on by the great Baltimore fire of 1904 and how Baltimore survived and rebuilt.
Collection Location: Maryland Department, Enoch Pratt Free Library / State Library Resource Center
Collection Overview: This collection …
A selection of broadsides, which were used in Maryland in the mid-19th century for political agitation, advertisements, poems, ballads, and Civil War propaganda.
Collection Location: Special Collections Department, Enoch Pratt Free Library / State Library Resource Center
Collection Overview: A broadside – sometimes …
A collection of photographs, mechanical drawings, and documents of Carl Spoerer's Sons Company, one of the earliest manufacturers of motor vehicles in Maryland, that shows the transition from the blacksmith and carriage shop to motor vehicle manufacturer.
Collection Location: Maryland Department, Enoch Pratt …
Providing online access to digital versions of rare and unique materials, including historical maps, photographs, reports, books, manuscripts, artwork, and other media.
To view more digital collections from libraries, museums, archives, and other institutions throughout Maryland, visit Maryland Digital Cultural Heritage.
Great Baltimore Fire
In addition to viewing the images contained in the Aftermath of the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 digital collection, you can also follow the "footprints" of the fire online. This interactive exhibit shows how the fire spread, and includes images and film footage.