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Jacques Kelly: Pieces of Baltimore past often surface in 'ghost' signs

When the rusty sheet metal siding came off an East Baltimore building last month, a lesson in neighborhood history unfolded. The structure at 2117-19 E. Fayette St., at its corner with Duncan Street, revealed the life it led a century ago. Its east side wall contains a painted sign declaring the…
Source: Sun

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