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Baltimore Center for Urban Archaeology

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Records and arftifacts of the Baltimore Center for Urban Archaeology, a municipal government entity charged with performing investigations of sites throughout Baltimore. Founded in 1983 with Elizabeth Anderson Comer as City Archaeologist at its head, the unit was eventually housed at the 800 E. Lombard Street offices of the Peale Museum.

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DateDescriptionMSA Citation
Details1970-1994Reports and documents prepared as electonic files on floppy disks by Elizabeth Comer and other staff of the Baltimore Center for Urban Archaeology. Series not fully described. BRG79-1
Details1984-1995Bound reports of archaeological investigations undertaken by the Baltimore Center for Urban Archaeology. BRG79-2
Details1750-1995Material collected from survey sites (not transferred as of December 2011) BRG79-3
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