The Baltimore Architecture Foundation provides and supports research on Maryland’s architects. Below you will find links to the BAF’s many research activities, from the the founding members of the Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects to early women architects in Maryland.
Much of the BAF’s research is conducted by the Dead Architects Society, the architectural research committee of the organization. The committee meets regularly. Interested in more information? Contact Margaret Stella at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Digital BAF Resources
The Baltimore Architecture Project
Evolution of Architectural Practice in Baltimore
History of the Historic Architects’ Roundtable
Early Women of Architecture in Maryland
With a grant from the Maryland Historical Trust, the Baltimore Architecture Foundation sponsored an inventory of historic architectural documents in the Maryland archival repositories, individual owners and architectural firms. The archives include architectural drawings from Jackson Platt Ketcham and Millard Donaldson. They also include architect biographies from the BAF’s Historical Architects Roundtable.
The materials in the Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIABaltimore) Collection, 1927-1993, consist of administrative records, organizational documents, by-laws, rosters, directories, financial and legal documents, minutes and agendas, membership records, letters, newsletters and magazines, flyers, brochures, announcements, awards programs, news clippings, photographs, photographic slides, maps, and architectural drawings.
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