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Buildings & Timelines

Gomprecht and Benesch Building (1901)

The Gomprecht and Benesch Building (also known as the Maran Building or The Tunnel nightclub) is a good example of an early 20th century retail store buildin...

Kensett House Apartments

Originally built in the 1890s by Thomas Kennett as a residence, the building was expanded and converted into apartments around 1906.

Lexington Market

One of Baltimore’s oldest public markets located on the west side of downtown.

Village Learning Place (1896)

This building is a former branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library that is currently used as the nonprofit Village Learning Place.

Baltimore Transit

A timeline on the history of transit in Baltimore created by Eli Pousson based on John Thomas Scharf’s history of Baltimore omnibus lines and information fro...

Public Art & Monuments

A timeline history of Baltimore’s public art, monuments, and related policies and programs based on research and writing by Eli Pousson.

Civil War Memory in Maryland

This timeline on the history of Civil War memory in Baltimore and Maryland is based on research and writing by Eli Pousson. Please share your comments and qu...

Baltimore’s LGBTQ Heritage

This timeline is based on research and writing by volunteers with the Baltimore Heritage’s LGBTQ heritage project including Richard Oloizia, Shirley Parry, K...

Baltimore’s Vacant Housing

This timeline on the history of vacancy in Baltimore based on research and writing by Eli Pousson and suggestions from a variety of readers and reviewers. Pl...

Baltimore’s One Way Streets

This timeline on the history of one way streets in Baltimore based on research and writing by Eli Pousson and suggestions from a variety of readers and revie...

Baltimore’s Public Markets

A timeline history of Baltimore’s public markets based on research and writing by local historian Dean Krimmel with support from Eli Pousson.