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Blum, Isidor. The Jews of Baltimore: An Historical Summary of Their Progress and Status as Citizens of Baltimore from Early Days to the Year Nineteen Hundred and Ten. Baltimore: Historical Review Publishing Company, 1910., p. xlii

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Project name: Falconer Company Building
Client name: Falconer Company
Project types: factory, warehouse

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NW corner of Gay St and Water St
Baltimore, Baltimore (Independent City), MD

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"Established in 1849, the Falconer Company, Bank and Commercial Stationers, has built up a reputation second to none in the country. Originally at 204 Water Street, since 1904 it has been located at 5 and 7 North Gay Street, where are situated the office and factory... Early in the year 1910 a large lot, fronting 80 feet on South Gay Street and 125 feet on Water Street, facing the National Marine Bank and directly opposite the new United States Custom House, was purchased from the Savings Bank of Baltimore... A stately factory building of steel, concrete and brick, absolutely fireproof, with an abundance of light, is now being erected."

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Blum, Isidor. The Jews of Baltimore: An Historical Summary of Their Progress and Status as Citizens of Baltimore from Early Days to the Year Nineteen Hundred and Ten. Baltimore: Historical Review Publishing Company, 1910., p. xlii

 

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