Bolton Hill Historic District

See also this list (we have not yet confirmed which is the website of the body that maintains the plaques):
http://www.boltonhill.org/neighborhood/n_plaque.html

http://www.boltonhill.org/mria/initiatives/blueplaque/m_placquelist.htm

F. Scott Fitzgerald 1896 - 1940 author of The Great Gatsby (1925). Works published while he resided here: Tender Is The Night (1934), Taps At Reville (1935), and essays (1934-1936) later collected in The Crack-Up.

1307 Madison Avenue, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Gerald W. Johnson 1890-1980 journalist, historian and biographer. His political commentary, in print and on television, led Adlai Stevenson to call him "the critic on conscience of the nation."

1310 Bolton Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Franklin P. Mall, M.D., pioneer in embryology and a major shaper of Johns Hopkins Medical School

1514 Bolton Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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John Jacob Abel, M.D., pathfinding pharmacologist and researcher on adrenalin, insulin, and the artificial kidney

1604 Bolton Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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William Sydney Thayer, M.D. , much-decorated Chief Medical Consultant to American Expeditionary Forces in World War I, and president of the American Medical Association

1208 Eutaw Place, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Woodrow Wilson, 28th president of the United States

1210 Eutaw Place, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Daniel Coit Gilman, first president of Johns Hopkins University and first Director of Johns Hopkins Hospital, as well as a trail blazer in American graduate and professional education

1300 Eutaw Place, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Sidney Lanier 1842-1881 poet, musician and scholar, "The sweet singer of the South." First writer-in-residence at Johns Hopkins University. Teacher at Eutaw Place School. Author of The Boys' King Arthur.

1404 Eutaw Place, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Howard A. Kelly, M.D., pioneer gynecologist and "wizard of the operating room" as well as an early user of radium to treat cancer

1406 Eutaw Place, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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The Cone sisters Claribel Cone, MD (1864-1929) Etta Cone (1870-1949) Early collectors of Matisse, Picasso, and other modern artists. Their preeminent collection, housed in two apartments here, now fills the Baltimore Museum of Art's Cone Wing.

1711 Eutaw Place, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Garry Moore 1915-1993. Born Thomas Garrison Morfit, he was an early host and star of 1950s and 1960s television variety shows, including I've Got A Secret and The Garry Moore Show.

1434 John Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Curt Richter, Ph.D 1894-1988. Discoverer of biorhythms/the biological clock. Head of John Hopkins psychobiology laboratory. Garry Moore 1915-1993 Host of 1950s and 1960s television variety shows.

221 West Lafayette Avenue, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Jesse Lazear, M.D., medical martyr: to find the cause of yellow fever he courageously exposed himself to virus-infected mosquitoes and died of the disease, thereby proving the route of transmission

127 West Lanvale Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Ernest Stebbins, M.D., 40-year dean of Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, where students became citizens of the world, and founder of the American Board of Preventive Medicine as well as advisor to the early World Health Organization

201 West Lanvale Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Col. Charles Marshall, Gen. Robert E. Lee’s aide-de-camp at the surrender at Appomattox

213 West Lanvale Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Circuit Court Judge Hugh Lennox Bond, stalwart supporter of Lincoln and of Emancipation and later known as "the curse of the K.K.K" for his harsh sentences

225 West Lanvale Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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William H. Howell, Ph.D., discoverer of the anticoagulant heparin

232 West Lanvale Street, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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William H. Halsted, M.D., America’s most influential surgeon, surgical innovator, and teacher of surgery. One of the so-called Big Four, founders of clinical services at the new Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions PARK AVE.

1301 Madison Avenue, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Edith Hamilton, classicist author of The Greek Way, and her sister Alice Hamilton, M.D., founder of industrial hygiene and pioneer in removing lead from paint

1314 Madison Avenue, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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William Edwards Stevenson, president of Oberlin College and later of the Aspen Humanities Institute, as well as ambassador to the Philippines. When young, a Rhodes Scholar and Olympic Gold Medalist

1316 Madison Avenue, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Florence Rena Sabin MD 1871-1953. First woman full professor at John Hopkins School of Medicine. Introducer of techniques for staining living cells. Reformer of Colorado's health laws. Her statue stands in the U.S. Capitol

1325 Madison Avenue, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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Jacob Epstein, innovative wholesaler to the South, collector of Old Masters, philanthropist, and an inaugurator of the system of matching charitable grants

1729 Madison Avenue, Bolton Hill, Baltimore, MD, United States

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