|Engineer / Architect:||Wyatt and Sperry|
Calvert and Redwood Streets
|Structural Form:||low-rise (brownstone) building, masonry load bearing walls, wrought iron|
|Historical Details:||The building survived the 1904 Baltimore fire, but sustained some damage when bricks from the Continental Trust Building fell through the skylight and set fire to the interior.|
|Technical Details:||The brick/brownstone walls are load bearing. There is some structural iron in the roof and basement.|
|Image Source(s):||Rachel Sangree|
J. Dorsey and J.D. Dilts, A Guide to Baltimore Architecture (Third Edition), Tidewater Publishers, Centreville, MD (1997), p. 154;
M.E Hayward and F.R. Shivers, Jr., the Architecture of Baltimore: An Illustrated History, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore (2004), p. 212.