These 14 Photos of Baltimore In The 1970s Are Mesmerizing
Baltimore’s history goes way back, and we love sharing pieces of the past with our readers. Today, we’re focusing on the 1970s. Although Baltimore looks quite different in these photos, there are parts that you may still recognize. Take a look at what life was like in Charm City over 40 years ago…
1. A (quite patriotic) house on a street near Locust Point and Fort McHenry in 1973.
2. A downtown parade, circa 1970.
3. A member of the EPA Annapolis Field Office testing the water at the harbor, circa 1973.
4. Rowhomes appearing to be in pristine condition, circa 1975.
5. An aerial view of the B & O Railroad Museum and surrounding shops, from 1971.
6. Dancing on a Baltimore rooftop in 1979.
7. Rowhomes on East 21st Street, circa 1970.
8. School children lining up to tour the USS Constellation, circa 1973.
9. A concert at Charles Center and Hopkins Plaza in 1977.
10. Baltimore's North Avenue Market in 1970.
11. Alley houses in 1975.
12. A man and his pony hauling fruit in east Baltimore, 1972.
13. The contrasts of housing in Baltimore, photographed in 1972.
14. The downtown area in midst of a redevelopment in 1973.
Did you live in Baltimore in the 1970s? Let us know what you remember down below!
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