Although he spent most of his early years in St. Paul, MN, the famous Jazz Age author F. Scott Fitzgerald has strong biographical connections to Maryland, and more specifically, strong personal connections to our Bolton Hill neighborhood.
Doors Open Baltimore is the free annual citywide festival of architecture and neighborhoods that invites thousands of people to explore the city and make meaningful connections to the built environment.
In a time when many surely miss the opportunity to go to Oriole Park at Camden Yards this summer and watch our Orioles engage in our national pastime, it seems like a good time for the baseball-starved fan to reflect on the rich history of baseball in Baltimore.
No one thinks much about the century-old Marlborough Apartments, although the stately 11-story building at 1701 Eutaw Place is a fine piece of period architecture and one of the larger buildings in the neighborhood. Residents come and go, some likely oblivious to the history of the place.