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Landmark List – 1980s

This is Subtitle 10 of the Baltimore City Code, titled “Landmark List – 1980s.” It is part of Article 06, titled “Historical and Architectural Preservation.” It contains 41 laws.

Editor's Note: Ordinance 00-005 repealed former Subtitle 40 in its entirety and substituted the following new subtitle, effective April 30, 2000. Part I. Definitions; General Provisions
§ 10-1
Alexander Brown and Sons.
§ 10-2
Baltimore City Courthouse.
§ 10-3
Carroll Hunting Lodge.
§ 10-4
Continental Building.
§ 10-5
Crimea House, Chapel, and Stables.
§ 10-6
Etting Cemetery.
§ 10-7
Gallagher Mansion.
§ 10-8
Greenmount Cemetery Chapel and Gates.
§ 10-9
James Lawrence Kernan Hospital.
§ 10-10
Leadenhall Baptist Church.
§ 10-11
Mount Clare Mansion.
§ 10-12
Mount Royal Station and Shed.
§ 10-13
New Psalmist Baptist Church and Parsonage.
§ 10-14
Patterson Park Observatory.
§ 10-15
Saint Frances Academy.
§ 10-16
Saint Leo’s Church.
§ 10-17
Saint Peter Claver Church.
§ 10-18
Sharp Street United Methodist Church.
§ 10-19
Fort McHenry.
§ 10-20
G. Krug and Sons.
§ 10-21
Hutzler’s Palace Building.
§ 10-22
Mount Washington Octagon (U.S.F.&G.) Building.
§ 10-23
Mount Auburn Cemetery.
§ 10-24
Booker T. Washington Jr. Middle School.
§ 10-25
Walters Bath House and Engine House # 10.
§ 10-26
Warden’s House.
§ 10-27
Robert Long House.
§ 10-28
Greenway Cottages.
§ 10-29
1124 Riverside Avenue.
§ 10-30
Provident Bank Building.
§ 10-31
Southern Hotel.
§ 10-32
Macht Building.
§ 10-33
Old Federal Reserve Bank.
§ 10-34
Chamber of Commerce Building.
§ 10-35
Old St. Paul’s Cemetery.
§ 10-36
Wooden houses.
§ 10-37
Pascault Row.
§ 10-38
Baltimore Museum of Art.
§ 10-39
Hutzler’s Tower Building.
§ 10-40
Gilman Hall.
§ 10-41
D’Alesandro House.