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Rare promotional map of Baltimore, which was a "Double Supplement" to the Daily American.

Highly detailed plan of the City of Baltimore, with a legend identifying 20 major landmarks. In the outer parts of the town, the names of landowners are given. The map provides remarkable details, including streets, buildings, churches, schools, railroad and streetcar lines,parks, Cattle Market, Parks, the "House of Refuse," ferrys, wharves, bridges, Fort Mc Henry, Flack's Distillery and a host of other details.

Includes a profile view of the offices of The Baltimore Daily American Building.

The map is quite rare. OCLC locates no copies. We note copies in the Maryland Historical Society, University of Maryland and LIbrary Company of Philadelphia.

Condition Description
Minor splits and offsetting