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900 block of Fulton Avenue


A view of the 900 block of Fulton Avenue, looking north, in Baltimore, Maryland. Victorian rowhomes, a wide median, and a horse-drawn streetcar are visible. Fulton Ave runs through West Baltimore and once served as a racial demarcation line when, in 1910, the city enacted the nation's first racial segregation zoning ordinance.



circa 1885


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