PROTECTING
   BALTIMORE’S
      PAST FOR THE
         FUTURE

BALTIMORE CITY
COMMISSION FOR HISTORICAL
AND ARCHITECTURAL PRESERVATION


THE CITY THAT READS
 Kurt L. Schmoke, Mayor

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For information about the State and Federal preservation loans, grants, and tax incentives, contact the Maryland Historical Trust, Division of Historical and Cultural Programs, Third Floor, Department of Housing and Community Development 100 Community Place, Crownsville, Maryland
21032-2032
(Phone:
410-514-7600).

For information about the Baltimore City Property Tax Credit for Historic Restorations and Rehabilitations contact the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, 417 E. Fayette Street, Suite 1037, Baltimore, Maryland 21202 (Phone 410-396-4866, x- 5).

v. Historic District information

 For information about becoming a Baltimore City Historic District contact the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, (Phone 410-396-4866, x-5)

For information about becoming a National Register of Historic Places Historic District contact the Maryland Historical Trust, (Phone 410-514- 7600).

CREDITS:

Editors:   Kathleen G. Kotarba
             W. Edward Leon

Text:       Donna Eisenhardt
            W. Edward Leon

Photographs: (In order)

The A. Aubrey Bodine Collection The Peale Museum

E. Sachse & Co.'s 1850 Viewof Baltimore City

Kenneth Short

J. Brough Schamp