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Aged Men's Home, 1400 West Lexington Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD



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Item Title
Aged Men's Home, 1400 West Lexington Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Location
1400 West Lexington Street, Baltimore, MD

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS MD-182
Building/structure dates: 1959 demolished
Building/structure dates: 1863
Significance: This building, erected 1863-1865, is significant because of the excellent manner in which the architect, Thomas Dixon, fitted its design to meet the special purpose for which the building was intended.

Subjects
Aged Persons
Charity
Aging


Related Names
Dixon, Thomas
Miyamoto, Lanny, Photographer
Hunter, Wilbur Harvey, Historian
Ranney, F. Garner, Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey Lanny Miyamoto, Photographer October 1958 SOUTH (FRONT) VIEW
2. Historic American Buildings Survey Lanny Miyamoto, Photographer October 1958 FOYER, FULL VIEW OF STAIRCASE
3. Historic American Buildings Survey Lanny Miyamoto, Photographer October 1958 FOYER, WITH STAIRCASE AND DOORWAY TO SALON
4. Historic American Buildings Survey Lanny Miyamoto, Photographer October 1958 SALON, SOUTH END, FROM SECOND FLOOR


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