Archives of Maryland
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E. Francis Baldwin (1837-1916)
MSA SC 3520-13817

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Primary Sources:

2 October 1902 - Letter from Baldwin and Pennington to Gen. Murray Vandiver regarding costs for outside stonework and marblework for the State House Annex. (Kept with MSA S 1137) MSA SC 5287-6-3

28 November 1902 - Letter from Baldwin and Pennington to Hon. Murray Vandiver re: heating and ventilating apparatus. (Kept with MSA S 1137) MSA SC 5287-6-3

9 December 1902 - Letter from Baldwin and Pennington to Hon. Murray Vandiver showing the amounts of contracts made and work ordered on account of the State House Annex. (Kept with MSA S 1137) MSA SC 5287-6-3

16 June 1903 - Transcription of receipt from Baldwin & Pennington to Bartlett, Hayward & Co. for furnishing and installing galvanized flue linings in the State House Annex. (MSA S 723-33, 2675) MSA SC 5287-6-4

29 January 1904: Report from Baldwin & Pennington to Murray Vandiver, Chairman, Executive Committee, Commission in Charge of the State House Annex Building. Includes report on condition of Old State House and recommendations for restoration. MSA SC 5287-6-5

20 July 1904: Report from Baldwin & Pennington to Murray Vandiver, Chairman, Executive Committee, Commission in Charge of the State House Annex Building. MSA SC 5287-6-5

24 August 1904 - Transcription of receipt from Baldwin & Pennington to Henry Smith & Sons for interior marble work and erection of outside portico of the State House Annex. Comptroller of the Treasury (Vouchers and Receipts) MSA S 723-36, 3728) MSA SC 5287-6-5

21 October 1904 - Transcription of payment receipt to Baldwin & Pennington for the Salary of the Superintendent of Construction of the State House Annex. Comptroller of the Treasury (Vouchers and Receipts) (MSA S 723-34, 965) MSA SC 5287-6-5

27 October 1904 - Transcription of payment voucher from Baldwin & Pennington to Henry Smith & Sons for work done on the State House Annex. Comptroller of the Treasury (Vouchers and Receipts) (MSA S 723-34, 634) MSA SC 5287-6-5

1 December 1904 - Transcription of payment voucher from Baldwin & Pennington to Charles W. Haslip for work in conjunction with the State House Annex. Comptroller of the Treasury (Vouchers and Receipts) (MSA S 723-34, 1262) MSA SC 5287-6-5

2 December 1904 - Transcription of payment voucher from Baldwin & Pennington to George W. Walter & Co. for work done on the State House Annex. Comptroller of the Treasury (Vouchers and Receipts) (MSA S 723-34, 954) MSA SC 5287-6-5

14 December 1904 - Transcription of payment voucher from Baldwin and Pennington to George W. Walter & Co. for work done on the State House Annex. Comptroller of the Treasury (Vouchers and Receipts) (MSA S 723-34, 1325) MSA SC 5287-6-5

January 1905 - Report from Baldwin & Pennington on work on the State House Annex Building (Document 100, 2-28-3-17) MSA SC 5287-6-6

17 April 1905 - Request from Baldwin & Pennington for House of Delegates desks be sent to Hiss Company in Baltimore to be reduced in width. The 102 desks were delivered on 20 April. Secretary of State (Contracts and Leases) MSA S 1024-1 MSA SC 5287-6-6

17 May 1905 - Estimate from Baldwin and Pennington to DeCourecy W. Thom, Secretary to the Advisory Commission in Reference to Restoration of the Old Senate Room in the State House - Annapolis, Md. (Kept with MSA S 1137) MSA SC 5287-6-6

November 1905 - Bids and proposals for the removal of the Land Office on the State House Grounds. Bids from Baldwin & Pennington, William E. Feldmeyer, and Harry J. Hopkins. Board of Public Works (MSA S 40-1) MSA SC 5287-22-9

19 December 1905 - Report from Baldwin & Pennington to Murray Vandiver, Chairman, Executive Committee, Commission in Charge of the State House Annex Building. (MSA 1137-1) MSA SC 5287-6-6

December 14, 1905 Final report of Baldwin & Pennington to Gov. Warfield MSA SC 5287-11-16

Proceedings of the Senate, 1906 Session. MSA SC 5287-6-7

27 March 1907 - Letter to Edwin Warfield, Governor, from Baldwin & Pennington about sketches ("A" and "B") showing proposed treatments for the walk entrance to the State House Circle. (Board of Public Works (General File) MSA S 42-64, 12,687-64) MSA SC 5287-6-8

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU (Census Record, MD) Ephriam Baldwin, 1870, Baltimore City, 12th Ward Page 164 Line 5 [MSA SM61, M7241]

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU (Census Record, MD) E. Francis Baldwin, 1880, Baltimore City, ED 218 Sheet 16 Line 34 [MSA SM61, M4741-1]

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU (Census Record, MD) E. Francis Baldwin, 1900, Baltimore City, ED 199 Sheet 17B Line 54 [MSA SM61, M2375-2]

BALTIMORE CITY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS (Marriage Licenses) Ephraim Francis Baldwin and Ellen Douglas Jamison, 30 April 1873, Volume JDL Page 73 [MSA C213, 3/1/1/2]

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Church of the Immaculate Conception Collection) Marriage of Ephraim Francis Baldwin and Ellen D. Jamison, 1 May 1873, Volume 1872-1902, Page 13 [MSA SC1188, M2649]

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS (Death Record, Counties) E. Francis Baldwin, Baltimore County, 20 January 1916 [MSA S1179, 2/61/5/23]

BALTIMORE COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Estate Papers) Ephraim Francis Baldwin, 1916, Box 1193 File No. 2170 [MSA T679, HF/7/10/10]

Newspaper/journal articles:

"E.F. Baldwin Dies at 78." The Baltimore Sun, 21 January 1916.

"Ephraim F. Baldwin." The Baltimore Sun, 23 January 1916.

Secondary Sources:

Dorsey, John and James D. Dilts. A Guide To Baltimore Architecture, Third Edition. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1997.

Withey, Henry F. and Elsie Rathburn Withey. Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased). Los Angeles: Hennessey & Ingalls, Inc., 1970.

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U.S. CENSUS BUREAU (Census Record, MD) 1910 ED 30 [MSA SM61, M3254] Note: 1911 Baltimore City Directory indicates that Baldwin was living at Dixon Hill, Mt. Washington. According to Enumeration District finding aids, ED 30 includes Mt. Washington. The entire district was search, but Ephraim and his family were not found.
 
 
 
 

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