|Contributions||Baltimore--Streets. [from old catalog], Baltimore. City library,|
|LC Classifications||F189.B1 B124|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||347, xv p.|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||09025825|
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Property Location / Maps & Records. The Property Location Section is responsible for creating, deleting and modifying Real Property Tax Account numbers for all properties (public or private) within Baltimore City, maintaining and revising Tax Maps (Block Plats), naming/renaming street names, managing and maintaining accurate ownership records. Government records of Baltimore City are available in electronic, microfilm and original formats from the Maryland State Archives. For further information, see: Guide to Government Records. City Hall, North Holliday St., Baltimore, Maryland, November Volume - Logie Bonnett, et al., Baltimore County: Its History, Progress, and Opportunities with Snapshots and Sidelights of Some of Its Prominent Men () Volume - J. Thomas Scharf, History of Baltimore City and County including Biographical Sketches of Representative Men (). "This book completes the records of Baltimore city from to , of this particular character, which are in volumes entitled: 'First records of Baltimore town & Jonestown, to ,' 'Records of the city of Baltimore (City commissioners), to ,' 'Records of the city of Baltimore (City commissioners) (Supplement), to ,' 'Records of the city of Baltimore (Special .