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    • Front Street 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church and the Baltimore Shot Tower
    • 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
    • Mulberry Street 100 Block West 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      South side of the Basilica of the Assumption
    • Cathedral Street 400 Block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Rear of the Basilica of the Assumption from Charles Street
    • Cathedral Street 400 Block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Basilica of the Assumption; facade
    • Franklin Street 

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

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Westminster Church and Edgar Allan Poe School
    • Cathedral Street 400 Block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      400 block of Cathedral Street and the Basilica of the Assumption
    • Washington Place 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Walters Art Gallery
    • Franklin Street East unit block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Architectural element (capital from column) from the demolition of the William Howard House, 8 East Franklin Street.
    • Franklin Street West 100 block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Lintel of room in the Thomas Swann house; entrance to the collection of mammal specimens
    • Franklin Street East unit block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Detail of windows of Dr. William Howard's house, 8 East Franklin Street; later the Athenaeum Club
    • Franklin Street West 100 block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Chandelier in the foyer of the Thomas Swann House.
    • Franklin Street East unit block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Doors of William Howard house, 8 East Franklin Street, later the Athenaeum Club
    • Franklin Street East unit block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Razing of Dr. William Howard's house, 8 East Franklin Street
    • Franklin Street West 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Second floor hallway of the Thomas Swann mansion
    • Franklin Street West 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Fence along the Osmund Tiffany house, 118 West Franklin Street
    • Franklin Street West 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Fence along the Osmund Tiffany House, 118 West Franklin Street
    • Shakespeare Street 800 Block 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      800 Block of Shakespeare Street between Bond Street and Broadway.
    • Desk 

      Fowler, Laurence Hall, 1876- (Photographer) (Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries, 1917-1926?)
      Standing desk, made c. 1800, in unidentified interior