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Interior of the Unitarian Church, Baltimore


Print featuring an interior view of the First Unitarian Church of Baltimore, located on the northwest corner of Charles and Franklin Streets in Baltimore, Maryland. The church was designed by Maximilian Godefroy and built in 1817 as the first building erected for Unitarians in the United States.




Contributor(s) Notes

Artist: W. Goodacre; Engraver: Fenner Sears & Co.


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This engraving appeared in J. H. Hinton's "The History and Topography of the United States." See plate L20 in Lois McCauley's "Maryland Historical Prints" for additional information.

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