- Hi Folks:
Hope you all had a relaxing Labor Day Holiday!
I've been "laboring" over the Baltimore City Nineteenth-
Century Photo web site today. Although I haven't posted
any announcements in quite some time, I've been adding
to the site regularly.
Here are a few interesting photos: KOTHE, William -
shows a great 19th century bakery shop with a window
display for Christmas. An addition to the RUHLAND photo
is a picture of Lexington Market where the Ruhland's had
a stall. Lena BREMER is wearing an incredible lace dress
and furthermore this appears to be an identical photo
for Lena GROSS. These two images were collected several
Additionally, there are photos for SANDER (possibly of
the funeral home business, CLARK and especially
interesting is one for FANNIE (no last name ... search
under F). This is an ornately dressed woman whose
jewlery provides her name!
If you are not familiar with Baltimore City Nineteenth
Century Photos, please stop by and visit. Perhaps you
will want to contribute to our site too.
I'm working on two new sections for this site. First,
I'm collecting "Success Stories" ... stories of visitors
linking to their family photos and contemporary family
members because of a picture on the Baltimore Photos
page. Secondly, I hope to organize the site by photo
studio. This may ultimately lead to a second site for
UNIDENTIFIED pix from Baltimore.
THANKS for ALL of your Help!
2 September 2002