Baltimore East, Maryland, 7.5-minute Quadrangle

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Landmarks within this quadrangle

Bagby Furniture Company Building (Industrial building)
Battle Monument (Monument)
Benson Building (Commercial building)
Brewers Exchange (Commercial building)
Brown's Arcade (Commercial building)
Building at 239 North Gay Street (Industrial building)
Canton House (Commercial building)
Carroll Mansion (Mansion)
Cecil Apartments (Residential building)
Chamber of Commerce Building (Commercial building)
Chizuk Amuno Synagogue (Place of worship)
Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower (Commercial building)
Engine House No. 6 (Fire station)
Erlanger Buildings (Industrial building)
Faust Brothers Building (Industrial building)
Flag House (House)
George Knipp & Brother Building (Industrial building)
Homewood (House)
Hotel Kernan (Hotel)
Hutzler Brothers Palace Building (Commercial building)
Industrial Building (Industrial building)
Johnston Building (Industrial building)
Krug Iron Works (Industrial building)
L. Frank & Son Building (Industrial building)
Lloyd Street Synagogue (Place of worship)
Lyric Theatre (Theater)
Maryland White Lead Works (Industrial building)
Mount Royal Station (Railroad depot)
National Brewing Company (Commercial building)
Null House (House)
Odd Fellows Hall (Meeting hall)
Paca Street Firehouse (Fire station)
Pennsylvania Station (Railroad depot)
President Street Station (Railroad depot)
Rombro Building (Industrial building)
Sanitary Laundry Company Building (Industrial building)
Senator Theatre (Theater)
Shot Tower (Tower)
Sonneborn Building (Industrial building)
Standard Oil Building (Commercial building)
Stewart's Department Store (Commercial building)
Swiss Steam Laundry Building (Industrial building)
Terminal Warehouse (Commercial building)
Tivoli (House)
Turner--White Casket Co. Building (Industrial building)
U.S. Custom House (Commercial building)
U.S.S. CONSTELLATION (Military facility)
USCGC TANEY (WHEC-37) (Military facility)
Wilkens-Robins Building (Commercial building)
William H. Welch House (Residential building)