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View of the town. 1906.

Publisher: American News Co.
 

Bentz Street.  Photo 1936.


121 South Bentz Street. Taney (Roger Brook) House. Photo 1936.


Braddock Springs.  Photo 1908.

Publisher: C. E. Weelock & Co.

Sent as a postcard to I. Hull in Silver Spring, MD.


Carroll  Creek and Old Town Mill. Photo 1906.
Publisher: Marken & Bielfeld.

Sent as a postcard to C. Long in Utica, MD.


Central National Bank. Early 1900's.

Publisher: L. R. Deutzbauch.

 



Trail & Ross Houses, Courthouse Square.  Photo 1936.



Dill Avenue, looking West. Early 1900's.

Publisher: L. R. Deutzbauch.



96-120 East Street.  Photo 1936.
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Frederick City Hospital. Photo 1907.

Publisher: Marken & Bielfeld.
 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Station, Market & All Saints Streets.  Photo 1970's.


59-61 South Market Street.  Photo 1970's.


407-411 North Market Street.  Photo 1936.


U.S. Post Office. 1930's.

Publisher: Modern Pharmacy.


U. S. Post Office, 201 East Patrick Street. Photo 1970's.

U. S. Post Office, 201 East Patrick Street. Photo 1970's.


East Patrick Street.  1910's.

Publisher: Marken & Bielfeld.

Citizens National Bank. Early 1900's.

Publisher: L. R. Deutzbauch.

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West Patrick Street.  Photo 1936.
 

Revolutionary Barracks, 242 South Market Street. Photo 1936


St. John's Roman Catholic Church & Convent, Second Street. Photo 1936.


St. John's Roman Catholic Church & Convent, Second Street. Photo 1936.


Wonten's College. early 1900's.
       
         


"Jug" Bridge overvthe Monocacy River near Frederic. Photo 1908.

Publisher: Marken & Bielfeld.

Sent as a postcard to L. Cook in Monrovia, MD.
       
         


Group of unidentified men. Early 1900's.