I first entered your space almost ten years ago, when a friend invited me to a local music show. I was in awe of your innards. I had driven by many times before, but unaware of your contents, I stayed away, even though your outward appearance seemed ever so inviting.
Join the Baltimore Architecture Foundation in our annual celebration of Groundhog Day at a Baltimore architectural landmark. Each year the BAF celebrates the meteorological prophesying of furry marmots at an architectural landmark in Baltimore. This year we’ll be imbibing at the Elephant.
I remember the first time I saw you; your our distinctive rugged brick exterior was love at first sight. I couldn’t believe I hadn’t stumbled across you before.
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When I first came to Baltimore, I noticed you standing tall and proud and I wondered what you could be. Your warm red bricks cast a welcome over you tall, intimidating appearance.
The Historic Architects’ Roundtable, the research arm of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation, began on 30 March, 1989, when Walter Schamu, FAIA, called together architects interested in architectural history and architectural historians whom he knew, to explore research possibilities.