This book covers the career of E. Francis Baldwin who was the chief architect of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad for much of the late nineteenth century. He designed hundreds of buildings in and around Baltimore, and DC including the B and O stations at Mount Royal and in DC and the two earliest buildings of Catholic University. Baldwin’s first partner in Baltimore was noted architect Bruce Price, the man responsible for designing much of Tuxedo Park in New York and father of writer Emily Post.
Published by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation
Paperback, 150 pages