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Captain Chesapeake was a morning and afternoon children's show on WBFF in Baltimore, Maryland hosted by George A. Lewis (born November 24, 1926; died December 18, 2000 at Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland) who portrayed "Captain Chesapeake". The show aired from April 1971 until 1990.
Captain Chesapeake and Mondy the Sea Monster. It's a Baltimore thing...
I used to watch Captain Chesapeake and Mondy the Sea Monster, after school every day. This is for you Baltimoreans!!!
The pictures reads "Cross Street Market and Hall Charles Street and Cross Street" Baltimore, Maryland ca. 1926-1927 Unidentified photographer 5.25x3 inch black and white film negative Baltimore...I believe it is Hollins Street Market.
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Cross Street Market and Hall Charles Street and Cross Street (looking east down Cross), Baltimore, Maryland ca. 1926-1927 Unidentified photographer 5.25x3 inch black and white film negative Baltimore...
Md. Historical Society Photographs
Can you imagine living your entire life in Baltimore without ever taking a stroll up and down Hampden's Miracle on 34th Street? Or, even worse, growing up in Hampden and never bothering to walk a few blocks to check out the fantastically kitschy holiday lights display? It happens. Don't be that person. Get it on the calendar now and remember, it doesn't count to just do a drive-by. You need to get out of the car and walk to fully appreciate the odd Baltimoreness of it all.
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Baltimore bucket list... Wanna check out some of these!!
Baltimore bucket list [Pictures]
USA | Christmas in Baltimore, Maryland | 11 months of the year 34th Street in Baltimore is no different from many other streets in North America, but in December here begin to make real miracles. Each year, this “Christmas Street” is visited by thousands of people to look at the most unusual and beautiful illuminations of North America. Each house is individually decorated. Thousands of lights, garlands, on the roofs of some houses you can see the toy trains and Christmas trees.
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Love Christmas Decorations!
Baltimore's 34th Street Lights
It's Christmas in July! According to Yahoo! Travel, Baltimore ranks #10 as the best city to see the holiday lights. Just another reason why BALTIMORE is a great place to live!!!!
Hampden- love going here at Christmas time!!
Baltimore Christmas lights!! 5 months to go!!
When the 34th Street lights connected these Baltimoreans: | 13 Of The Most Baltimore Things That Have Ever Happened
My Friend, House
13 Of The Most Baltimore Things That Have Ever Happened My friends' house is #3
13 Of The Most Baltimore Things That Have Ever Happened
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you make me giggle, ray ray
Fort McHenry, inspiration of the Stars Spangled Banner during a bombardment by the British in the War of 1812.
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Fort McHenry...the Star Spangled Banner was written on a ship watching the battle by Francis Scott Key. Cool place to visit!
Fort McHenry National Monument, Maryland. Where Francis Scott Key wrote the "Star Spangled Banner".
Fort McHenry National Monument & Historic Shrine, Baltimore, Maryland, US -- during the Battle of Baltimore, September 13-14, 1814, the valiant defense of the fort inspired Francis Scott Key to write "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Baltimore after the great fire of 1904 started on Sunday, February 7, at 11 AM and lasted to Monday at 3 PM destroying downtown from Liberty Street east to the Jones Falls and Fayette Street south to the waters of the harbor. (www.mdch.org)
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Two Baltimore greats...Mayor William Donald Schaefer and Connolly's Seafood restaurant on Pratt Street (Pier 5) in August 1974. Schaefer was a good man for this city and Connolly's was the best crab shack!
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Baltimore's Memorial Stadium on 33rd Street was home to Colts and Orioles magic. It was replaced in the 90s by a housing development and a YMCA.