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Name Baltimore, Md.

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Image of 2015.020.001 - Ax

2015.020.001 - Ax

Ax or hatchet, small. Metal head with finished wood handle (a later replacement). Head stamped "Franklin Tool Co," handle stamped "York 308." Both head and handle show evidence of use and wear. Came from donor's childhood home in Baltimore, and donor believes his father used it to chop kindling for the home's coal furnace. As an adult, the donor himself used this as part of his toolbox (he had a handyman business). See notes.

Image of 2015.020.002 - Hat

2015.020.002 - Hat

Rain shield / hat / bonnet, portable, unused. Clear plastic sheet with narrow clear plastic chinstrap, folded up and stored in a red plastic envelope. E.g., a store giveaway or premium. Envelope is marked in white, "Save It For a Rainy Day - RANKIN Jewelers - Opticians, Eutaw & Saratoga Street, Baltimore, Md." From shop owned by donor's father. see notes.

Image of 2015.020.003 - Case, Eyeglasses

2015.020.003 - Case, Eyeglasses

Glasses case, red leather, with single snap to close. Empty. Stamped in black on a gold rectangle on flap: "Dr. D.M. Rankin, Optometrist, Eutaw & Saratoga Sts, Baltimore 1, Md." Good condition; probably unused. From shop owned by donor's father. see notes.

Image of 2015.027.001 - Plate

2015.027.001 - Plate

Souvenir plate, produced for Hutzler's department store. Cream ceramic with brown transfer print. "Baltimore Harbor as seen from Federal Hill, Baltimore, Maryland." On reverse: "Historic Baltimore. Made Exclusively for Hutzler Brothers Co. . . at Vernon Kilns USA. No. 2" Acquired by donor - originally from Baltimore - as a collectible/vintage piece. See accession record for donor's story.

Image of 2015.027.002 - Plate

2015.027.002 - Plate

Souvenir plate, produced for Hutzler's department store. White ceramic with blue transfer print. "Baltimore Harbor as seen from Federal Hill, Baltimore, Maryland." On reverse: "Historic Baltimore. Made Exclusively for Hutzler Brothers Co. . . at Vernon Kilns USA. No. 2" Acquired by donor - originally from Baltimore - as a collectible/vintage piece. See accession record for donor's story.

Image of 2015.027.003 - Plate

2015.027.003 - Plate

Souvenir plate, produced for Hutzler's department store. White ceramic with blue transfer print. "Johns Hopkins Hospital, World Famous Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland." On reverse: "Historic Baltimore. Made Exclusively for Hutzler Brothers Co. . . at Vernon Kilns USA. No. 4" Acquired by donor - originally from Baltimore - as a collectible/vintage piece. See accession record for donor's story.

Image of 2015.027.004 - Plate

2015.027.004 - Plate

Souvenir plate, produced for Hutzler's department store. White ceramic with blue transfer print. 8.5" diameter. "Courthouse and Monument, Landmarks of the 'Monumental City,' Baltimore, Maryland." On reverse: "Historic Baltimore. Made Exclusively for Hutzler Brothers Co. . . at Vernon Kilns USA. No. 6" Acquired by donor - originally from Baltimore - as a collectible/vintage piece. See accession record for donor's story.

Image of 2015.027.005 - Plate

2015.027.005 - Plate

Souvenir plate, produced for Hutzler's department store. Cream ceramic with red transfer print. "Fort McHenry, Inspiration of the Star Spangled Banner, Baltimore, Maryland." On reverse: "Historic Baltimore. Made Exclusively for Hutzler Brothers Co. . . at Vernon Kilns USA. No. 5" Acquired by donor - originally from Baltimore - as a collectible/vintage piece. See accession record for donor's story.

Image of 2015.027.006a - Plate

2015.027.006a - Plate

Souvenir plate, produced for Hutzler's department store. White ceramic with multi-colored (primarily pinks and purples) print. Illustration of a 'sophisticated' couple in front of Hutzler's Palace (original building), inside a border with a few Maryland icons. On reverse: by Villeroy & Bach, "Commemorating the Reopening of Hutzler's Palace" in April 1985. In original cardboard and plastic box (with Hutzler's price label, $19.99, on back) and with original "Commemorative Plate" brochure/info sheet was in box - see 2015.27.6b Acquired by donor - originally from Baltimore - as a collectible/vintage piece. See accession record for donor's story.

Image of K2015.002.001 - Sign

K2015.002.001 - Sign

Protest sign, on foamboard with attached stick (handle) made of corrugated plastic board. Professionally printed: blue background with orange and white lettering: "Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Stands With Our City. Let Justice Roll Down." Protest sign from a march/rally/protest held on May 1, 2015 in response to the ongoing uprising/unrest in Baltimore after the arrest and subsequent death of Freddie Gray. Rally organized by Baltimore United for Change, SEIU, and CASA. These signs were printed up and made available to protesters who did not make or bring their own.

Image of K2015.002.002 - Sign

K2015.002.002 - Sign

Protest sign, on heavy paper. No stick or handle. Professionally printed: gray and black on white background: "Baltimore United for Change" with logo (initials, with the right-hand end of the U ending in a raised fist). Protest sign from a march/rally/protest held on May 1, 2015 in response to the ongoing uprising/unrest in Baltimore after the arrest and subsequent death of Freddie Gray. Rally organized by Baltimore United for Change, SEIU, and CASA. These signs were printed up and made available to protesters who did not make or bring their own.

Image of K2015.002.003 - Sign

K2015.002.003 - Sign

Protest sign, on heavy paper, with wooden stick/handle. Two signs stapled back to back, with stick stapled in the center. Professionally printed: white letters on black background. One side reads: "Anyone who destroys one soul - it is like destroying an entire world. Mishna Shanhedrin 4:5". Other side reads: "None of us is free until all of us are free. Emma Lazarus, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." Both sides also include "#JusticeForFreddie" and "Jews United for Justice." one side also includes the group's Twitter handle, @jufj. Protest sign from a march/rally/protest held on May 1, 2015 in response to the ongoing uprising/unrest in Baltimore after the arrest and subsequent death of Fred

Image of 2012.108.388 - Postcard, Photographic

2012.108.388 - Postcard, Photographic

Post card with a blue and white photograph on one side of two servicemen standing at the entryway of the Har Sinai Guest House. Printed on the bottom, "Har Sinai Guest House for Service Men- Bolton and Wilson Streets, Baltimore, Maryland. Dedicated March 20, 1943, and operated as a free service for the duration by the Har Sinai Temple Sisterhood for service men of all faiths." On the back are areas to place to and from addresses. The top reads, "Private Mailing Card", and the top right corner reads, "Free to Service Men".

2012.054.291 - Print, Photographic

Oriole Park at Camden Yard-8 8x10 black and white exterior views of Baltimore

Image of 2013.036.001 - Print, Photographic

2013.036.001 - Print, Photographic

Photograph of Garrison Jr. High School, June 5, 1939. Gordon Salganik, donor's father, is 1st on the right in the middle row. Signatures of classmates on the reverse, along with their location within the photograph. Leon Uris is evidently pictured here. Stamped on reverse: C.C. Knobeloch, Photographer. Garrison Jr. H.S. Cafeteria." in addition to the classmate signatures, in ink is noted "Property of Gordon J. Salganik." names (need to be accurately matched to full names, then added to People records). location #s are left to right. Sidney Abram (back row, 5) Leon Uris (back row, 1) Jimmy Moore (middle row, 12) Jonas Rappaport (back row, 13) Morton J. Offit (back row, 7) Jack Ler