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    • Fayette Street East 800 Block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Baltimore Shot Tower and surrounding streetscape
    • Fayette Street West 600 Block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      630 West Fayette Street showing the business of Max Levy, taylor.
    • Fell Street 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Unidentified block of Fell Street in Fell's Point. Includes a bar and B&O railcar on tracks.
    • Fell Street 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Fell Street between the Inner Harbor and Thames Street showing the James Corner House.
    • Fell Street 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Entrance to James Corner House, Fell Street.
    • Fell Street 900 Block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      902-904 Fell Street, showing the triangular intersection of Fell Street, Ann Street, and Thames Street.
    • Folly Quarter 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Exterior of Folly Quarter, Howard County, Maryland
    • Folly Quarter 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Sheep grazing at Folly Quarter
    • Folly Quarter 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Sheep grazing at Folly Quarter
    • Folly Quarter 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
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    • Folly Quarter 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Fireplace in Folly Quarter, also known as the Carroll-McTavish House
    • Folly Quarter 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Exterior of Folly Quarter
    • Franklin Square East Side 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      East side of Franklin Square, showing Waverly Terrace
    • Franklin Square East Side 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      East side of Franklin Square showing Waverly Terrace
    • Franklin Street 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      First Unitarian Church and demolition of the William Howard House.
    • Franklin Street 100 Block West 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Roof of the First Unitarian Church
    • Franklin Street 100 Block West 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      100 Block of West Franklin Street, showing the Osmond Tiffany house (118 W. Franklin Street) and the William Frick house (126 W. Franklin Street).
    • Franklin Street 100 Block West 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Portico of the William F. Frick House, 126 W. Franklin Street
    • Franklin Street 500 Block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      First Unitarian Church and part of the demolished William Howard House
    • Franklin Street East 100 block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Franklin Street Presbyterian Church, 100 E. Franklin Street