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Title Old Line State of Maryland
Object ID 1610.084
Scope & Content Color printed map depicting the original state line of Maryland. Images of significant occurrences within the state boarder the map and include the bombardment at Fort McHenry, the Battle of Antietam, and George Washington's commission resignation at Annapolis. The map features the geographic counties with corresponding historic occurrences and people from the specified county. The crest of Maryland is featured on the left side of the map with a corresponding drawn plaque beneath that reads, "An Historical and Literary Map of the Old Line State of Maryland, Showing Forth Divers Curious and Notable Facts Relating to Scenes, Incidents and Person Worthy to be Recalled on the State's Three Hundredth Anniversary. Thanks are due to many Citizens for valuable suggestions; especially to Dr. Matthew Page Andrews, Mr. Louis H. Deilman, Miss Emily Emerson Lantz, Mr. Percy G. Skirven, Miss Beta Kaessmann and Mr. Edwin Tunis. Edited, Prepared and Published by the Enoch Pratt Free Library in the City of Baltimore, 1931. Designed and Drawn by Edwin Tunis." The image of Cecil Calvert is also depicted adjacent to the crest and reads, "Cecil Calvert, Second Baron Baltimore First Proprietary Earl-Palatine of the Provinces of Maryland and Avalon in America."
Extent of Description
People Jacob, John
Tunis, Edwin
Search Terms State Line
Enoch Pratt Free Library