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Landmark List – 2000s

This is Subtitle 12 of the Baltimore City Code, titled “Landmark List – 2000s.” It is part of Article 06, titled “Historical and Architectural Preservation.” It contains 46 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Editor's Note: Ordinance 00-005 repealed former Subtitle 40 in its entirety and substituted the following new subtitle, effective April 30, 2000.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
§ 12-1
Northern District Police Station.
§ 12-2
Samuel Coleridge Taylor Elementary School #122.
§ 12-3
Grace Hampden Methodist Church.
§ 12-4
DuVal/Hirschhorn House.
§ 12-5
Patricia Grace Thomas Inn/Sankofa CDC/Museum on the National Roadway.
§ 12-6
New Life Missionary Baptist Church.
§ 12-7
Cedarwood.
§ 12-8
Masjid Al Haqq.
§ 12-9
Fire Engine Company No. 25.
§ 12-10
Arch Social Club.
§ 12-11
Douglass Place.
§ 12-12
Weaver House.
§ 12-13
Divine Mission Apostolic Church.
§ 12-14
First English Lutheran Church.
§ 12-15
Cherry Hill Elementary School #159.
§ 12-16
Schwing Motor Company Building.
§ 12-17
The Mount.
§ 12-18
Saint Matthew United Church of Christ.
§ 12-19
Baltimore City College.
§ 12-20
Johnny Eck House.
§ 12-21
Christ Church United Church of Christ.
§ 12-22
Ruscombe Mansion.
§ 12-23
Union Baptist Church.
§ 12-24
Dr. John E.T. Camper House.
§ 12-25
Senator Theatre.
§ 12-26
American Brewery.
§ 12-27
W.E.B. Du Bois House.
§ 12-28
Riverside Park.
§ 12-29
Roland Park Water Tower.
§ 12-30
Upton Mansion.
§ 12-31
Bolton Square.
§ 12-32
Castalia.
§ 12-33
Mount Calvary Church.
§ 12-34
Saint Paul Community Baptist Church.
§ 12-35
St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church.
§ 12-36
Scottish Rite Temple.
§ 12-37
Nazarene Baptist Church.
§ 12-38
St. Stanislaus Kostka Church.
§ 12-39
Raffel Building.
§ 12-41
Dr. Giering House.
§ 12-42
Melvin Cade Armory.
§ 12-43
Harford Commons (William Fuld Company).
§ 12-44
President Street Station.
§ 12-45
Ann Wiggins Brown House.
§ 12-46
Kresge Building.
§ 12-47
Sellers Mansion.