Category Archives: Photographs

Still of the Night

A Photo Essay by Patrick Joust (Baltimore Magazine, July 2014) Patrick Joust is a librarian I work with at the Enoch Pratt Central Library. Whenever he’s not helping the good citizens of Baltimore with their queries, tech-savvy Patrick can be … Continue reading

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Are These Photos of Baltimore Lesbians in the 1920s?

I stumbled on these wonderful photos of 1920s Baltimore women on Ebay. Were they lesbians? Was one a drag queen? Were they dressing up for Halloween or a party? Were they expressing their lifestyle? So many unanswered questions that piqued … Continue reading

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Baltimore As It Was: The Work Of Photographer Tom Scilipoti

Photographic Memory: Tom Scilipoti has been documenting Baltimore for over 50 years By Rafael Alvarez (Baltimore City Paper, 10/23/2013)“…In 1966, Scilipoti was taking his camera everywhere, capturing images of a once-thriving and long-gone manufacturing city: coal-fired tugboats, burly stevedores unloading … Continue reading

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