Baltimore: A History, Block by Block

In the fall of 2011, I completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to start photographing ten main streets in Baltimore: Howard, Eutaw, Fayette, Baltimore, Lexington, Pennsylvania, Greenmount, North, Broadway, and Monument. Two years later, I've made significant progress and have launched a second kickstarter to help me complete this body of work. My photography is meant to leave you not only with a sense of the condition of our cities, but also a feeling of urgency to see that they are improved and preserved and that the rich history behind the architecture and the community is not lost, but rather embraced.

All photographs are owned and copyrighted by James Singewald unless otherwise noted. No reproduction or use without permission.

200 block, West Lexington Street, south side, excluding Read’s Drug Store, 2012

This will be my last post for little while until I start shooting again this Fall. I’ve finally edited everything I’ve shot since the beginning of 2012. I’ve also updated my main website, Here you can see everything all together in separate galleries. For the rest of the summer, I’ll be focused on my research and will eventually be adding descriptions and giving background on certain buildings, blocks, and neighborhoods found on this tumblr. I also need to find more funding to keep this work moving forward. Be on the look out for a new Kickstarter campaign this Fall as well.

Thanks for all the support!

P.S. - Send me feedback please! I need that.

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