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Standard Distillers Products, Incorporated Building, 306-310 East Lombard Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD



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B&W Photos

HB600599
View North Showing South (front) Elevation

HB600600
View West Showing East Elevation

HB600601
View North, 306 East Lombard Street, Detail, Entrance

HB600602
View North, 306 East Lombard Street, Detail, Upper Stories

HB600603
View North, 306 East Lombard Street, Detail, Cornice

HB600604
View North, 308-310 East Lombard Street, Detail, Entrance

HB600605
View North, 308-310 East Lombard Street, Detail, Second And Third Floor Windows

HB600606
View North And Up, 308-310 East Lombard Street, Window Framing And Decoration Detail

HB600607
View North, 308-310 East Lombard Street, Detail, Fifth And Sixth Floor Windows, Cornice

HB600608
View North And Up, 308-310 East Lombard Street, Cornice Detail

HB600609
First Floor 308-310 East Lombard Street, Office Area, Looking North

HB600610
First Floor 308-310 East Lombard Street, Loading Dock Area, Looking South


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Item Title


Location
306-310 East Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS MD-897
Building/structure dates: 1905
Building/structure dates: 1911
Building/structure dates: 1982 demolished
Significance: The Standard Distillers Products, Inc. Building is one of the commercial structures built in central Baltimore following the fire of 1904 which destroyed 140 acres of the city. The building is representative of early twentieth century architecture in the city.

Subjects
Business Enterprises
Distilling Industries
Brick Buildings


Related Names
Tinley, J. Henry
Eaton, Jon-Eric, Photographer
Hinderliter, Edward T., Historian
Hinderliter, Edward T., Delineator


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW NORTH SHOWING SOUTH (FRONT) ELEVATION
2. VIEW WEST SHOWING EAST ELEVATION
3. VIEW NORTH, 306 EAST LOMBARD STREET, DETAIL, ENTRANCE
4. VIEW NORTH, 306 EAST LOMBARD STREET, DETAIL, UPPER STORIES
5. VIEW NORTH, 306 EAST LOMBARD STREET, DETAIL, CORNICE
6. VIEW NORTH, 308-310 EAST LOMBARD STREET, DETAIL, ENTRANCE
7. VIEW NORTH, 308-310 EAST LOMBARD STREET, DETAIL, SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR WINDOWS
8. VIEW NORTH AND UP, 308-310 EAST LOMBARD STREET, WINDOW FRAMING AND DECORATION DETAIL
9. VIEW NORTH, 308-310 EAST LOMBARD STREET, DETAIL, FIFTH AND SIXTH FLOOR WINDOWS, CORNICE
10. VIEW NORTH AND UP, 308-310 EAST LOMBARD STREET, CORNICE DETAIL
11. FIRST FLOOR 308-310 EAST LOMBARD STREET, OFFICE AREA, LOOKING NORTH
12. FIRST FLOOR 308-310 EAST LOMBARD STREET, LOADING DOCK AREA, LOOKING SOUTH


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