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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Downtown, Maryland

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1Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — A Tribute to Our Unsung Heroes
The heroes walk program was established by Mayor William Donald Schaefer in 1986, to honor those persons who have unselfishly given their time, labor and talents to help improve the quality of life in our community without ever seeking reward or . . . Map (db m2709) HM
2Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Alex Brown Investment Banking Company — Historic Site —
On this site in 1900 was constructed the banking headquarters for the Alex Brown Investment Banking Company, America's oldest banking house in continuous operation. This building survived the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 with evidence of that event . . . Map (db m7042) HM
3Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Alex. Brown & Sons Company Building
This building was home to Alex. Brown & Sons Company, founded in 1800, the first and oldest continually operating investment banking firm in the United States. The building represents the firm's and Baltimore's importance in the financial world of . . . Map (db m7041) HM
4Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Baltimore Arts Tower
Once known as the Bromo Seltzer Tower, this building is a monument to Captain Isaac Emerson, the imaginative chemist who developed a famous headache remedy, and named it after Mt. Bromo - an active volcano in Java. Emerson came to Baltimore in . . . Map (db m6982) HM
5Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Baltimore Chamber of Commerce
Until the 1850's, Baltimore's grain trading took place in "counting rooms" of individual merchants or on Bowley's Wharf where an effort was made to standardize corn and grain prices by displaying grain samples on barrel heads and window ledges. . . . Map (db m127236) HM
6Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Baltimore City Courthouse
This “noble pile” as it was described at the dedication of January 8, 1900, is the third courthouse built on Monument Square. When Calvert Street was leveled in 1784, the original courthouse—site of the May 1774 Stamp Act Protest . . . Map (db m89370) HM
7Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Baltimore City Fire Department
Dedicated to the Members of the Baltimore City Fire Department, Past, Present and Future.Map (db m2704) HM
8Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
This tablet erected by the Maryland State Dental Association marks the original site of the Baltimore College of Dental Survery Founded in the year 1840 the first dental college in the world.Map (db m7037) HM
9Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Baltimore Equitable Society
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m115208) HM
10Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Building39 West Lexington
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m166948) HM
11Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Baltimore's Great Fire
Started 10-48 A.M. February 7 1904 Under control 11-30 A.M. February 8 1904 Property destroyed - $100 000 000 Insurance paid - $32 000 000 Acres covered - 140 Lives lost - none Beginning at Liberty and German Streets the fire . . . Map (db m7321) HM
12Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Has been designated a National Historic Landmark. This site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America.Map (db m5787) HM
13Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Beehler Umbrella Factory
On this site, from 1886-1908, stood the Beehler Umbrella Factory, the oldest umbrella house in America. Founded in Baltimore by Francis Beehler in 1828.Map (db m4895) HM
14Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Boundary Lines of Baltimore Town1729
[This marker portrays the subject in a pictorial manner. It shows the major streets of Baltimore in 1729. The six stars on the map represent the locations of this and five other identical markers.]Map (db m7483) HM
15Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Brown’s Arcade
Named for the governor who developed it, Brown's Arcade is a unique and early example of adaptive reuse in Baltimore. The four buildings that make up the Arcade were originally constructed as rowhouses in the 1820's. After the Great Fire of 1904, . . . Map (db m5565) HM
16Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Building a City and a Nation: At the CrossroadsMount Vernon Cultural Walk
Twice in the 20th century, Baltimoreans completely reinvented their downtown-by necessity in the early 1900s and by plan mid-century. In 1904, Baltimore’s downtown vanished when 140 acres were destroyed by fire. Within ten years, Baltimore had . . . Map (db m103262) HM
17Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Building Atop the Burying Ground
When leaders of First Presbyterian Church decided to build an new church atop their 18th-century burying ground, they hoped to serve Baltimore’s growing west end and protect their burial place from being diverted to other uses. Construction . . . Map (db m2413) HM
18Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Canton House
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m127233) HM
19Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Cecilius Calvert1606   1675 — Fovnder of Maryland —
Cecilivs Calvert Baron Baltimore of Baltimore in the Kingdom of Ireland•Absolvte Lord and Proprietary of the Provinces of Maryland and Avalon in America•Who on November 13, 1633 with the co-operation and assent of the first Colonists, proclaimed in . . . Map (db m89251) HM
20Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Chamber of Commerce Building
Built between 1904 and 1905, this Renaissance Revival building was once the commercial hub of Baltimore's grain trade. Standing five-stories tall and extending the length of a city block, the building was home to the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce, . . . Map (db m127235) HM
21Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Charles Center & One Charles Center
The 14-block Charles Center project, begun in 1958, was the first piece of Baltimore's nationally recognized downtown Renaissance. the 33-acre project was strategically placed between the financial district on the east side and the retail . . . Map (db m88236) HM
22Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Charles H. Dorsey, Jr.(1930-1995)
Family man, attorney, civic and church leader, mentor, lover of life, thinker, stargazer Continuing the family tradition, Charles H. Dorsey made the fight for justice his lifelong vocation. As a young man, he fought for civil rights with the NAACP . . . Map (db m6292) HM
23Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — City Hall
When City Hall was completed in 1875, it was admired as a marvel of style, elegance and technology. The Second Empire design was the first commission of 22-year old George Frederick. Wendel Bollman, a Baltimore engineer, designed the 227-foot high . . . Map (db m102322) HM
24Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Continental Trust Building
The Continental Trust Building, constructed in 1902, is the only building in Baltimore designed by Daniel H. Burnham, a major figure in the Commercial Style that developed in Chicago at the turn of the century and produced the American skyscraper. . . . Map (db m6442) HM
25Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Creating an American Culture: The Golden Age of BaltimoreMount Vernon Cultural Walk
During the early 19th century, Baltimore became, for a brief time, America’s second largest and fastest growing city. Baltimore led the world in shipbuilding, sail-cloth production, and flour milling. On Cathedral Hill, Baltimore’s business leaders . . . Map (db m107314) HM
26Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Discover Baltimore: The Monumental CityHeritage Walk
The Battle Monument was America's first public war memorial and the first since antiquity to honor the common soldier. Designed by Maximilian Godefroy, its construction began in 1815, shortly after the event it commemorates: in 1814, after the . . . Map (db m89395) HM
27Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Discover Baltimore’s Changing SkylineHeritage Walk
Baltimore’s central business district has constantly reinvented itself in response to changes in building technologies, business practices, and architectural styles. Originally, detached houses that doubled as shops and offices lined the streets. . . . Map (db m103260) HM
28Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Discover Holliday Street: A Stage for Culture, Politics, and WorshipHeritage Walk
Holliday Street was Baltimore’s original entertainment and cultural center. The Holliday Street Theater ... [The rest of the inscription on the main text is not legible.] [The inscriptions under the images on the right] 1st . . . Map (db m168771) HM
29Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Downtown
Welcome to Downtown Baltimore-a unique City with southern charm and northern distinction. Known the world over for being friendly and hospitable, it’s no wonder Baltimore is often referred to as “Charm City.” A place which takes a . . . Map (db m103921) HM
30Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Dr. Hiltgunt Margret Zassenhaus
July 10, 1916 Hamburg, Germany November 20, 2004 Baltimore, MD Physician, Humanist, Author Working as an interpreter with Scandinavian political prisoners held by the Third Reich during World War II, she bravely afforded many medical aid and . . . Map (db m2710) HM
31Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Enoch Pratt Free Library
In 1882, the merchant Enoch Pratt, wishing to make a gift to his adopted city which would benefit all of her citizens, gave Baltimore $1,058,000 to establish a public library. The original building fronted on Mulberry Street. Designed by the . . . Map (db m5561) HM
32Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Enoch Pratt Free Library
In 1882, the merchant Enoch Pratt, wishing to make a gift to his adopted city which would benefit all of her citizens, gave Baltimore $1,058,000 to establish a public library. The original building fronted on Mulberry Street. Designed by the . . . Map (db m166958) HM
33Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Expanding the American Intellect: Icons and IconoclastsMount Vernon Cultural Walk
“My library,” Enoch Pratt said, “shall be for all, rich and poor without distinction of race or color, who, when properly accredited, can take out the books if they will handle them carefully and return them.” In 1886, with . . . Map (db m88270) HM
34Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Faust Brothers BuildingBaltimore City Landmark, National Register of Historic Places, Baltimore National Heritage Area
When constructed in 1870, the Faust Brothers Building incorporated the latest innovations in building construction methods and materials. The building’s intricate front and rear facades, composed entirely in cast iron, were once common in . . . Map (db m101784) HM
35Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — First Gas Street Lamp in America
Site of the First Gas Street Lamp in America February 7, 1817 Rededicated February 7, 2017 • 200 Yrs • Baltimore Gas and Electric Company Map (db m127234) HM
36Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Fish Market
Baltimore's first fish market stood near the site of this structure as searly as 1773. The first market building, Centre Market, was authorized by act of the State legislature in 1784. It was also known as Marsh Market since it was built on Thomas . . . Map (db m7322) HM
37Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — G. Krug & Son
"There is hardly a building in Baltimore that doesn't contain something we made, even if it is only a nail." So boasted Theodore Krug, heir to the oldest continuously working iron shop in the country. For more than 170 years artisans here have . . . Map (db m6619) HM
38Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — George Washington Bicentennial Marker
This elm has watched the growth of "Baltimore Towne" for over 100 years, on former estate of John Eager Howard, Revolutionary and 1812 Officer and fifth governor of Maryland. Here, in "Howard's Woods", Count De Rochambeau's troops camped, 1782, . . . Map (db m5563) HM
39Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — German 170 MM. MinnewerferTrophy — of the World War 1917-1919 —
Presented by The War Department Washington 1925Map (db m159168) WM
40Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Holocaust Memorial
The Holocaust, the German attempt to annihilate European Jewry between 1933 and 1945, took the lives of six million Jews. Although genocide was not unprecedented, the Holocaust was unique not just in its numerical magnitude. Never before had a . . . Map (db m103226) HM WM
41Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — In Memorial1955 - 2005
Six members of the Baltimore City Fire Department died in the line of duty while fighting a fire at the Tru-Fit clothing company 507-509 East Baltimore Street on February 16, 1955. Batallion Chief Francis P. O'Brien, Fourth Batallion • Fire . . . Map (db m7320) HM
42Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Inspired WordsStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — War of 1812 —
After 10 harrowing days aboard ship and witnessing the British bombardment of Fort McHenry, Francis Scott Key spent his first night ashore at the Indian Queen Tavern, September 16-17, 1814. The inn operated at this site until the 1830s. Moved by . . . Map (db m79849) WM
43Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — James Cardinal Gibbons
At this site, on July 23, 1834, was born America’s first Prince of the Church, James Cardinal Gibbons. Although world-renowned for the influence and profoundness of his thought he was always the parish priest striving for the salvation of . . . Map (db m2703) HM
44Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — James Cardinal Gibbons Monument
James Cardinal Gibbons Archbishop of Baltimore Devoted Churchman Exemplary Citizen Friend of Humanity July 23, 1834 March 24, 1921 Citizens of many faiths hereby honor a great AmericanMap (db m102377) HM
45Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Joshua Johnson
[The majority of the text on the photocopy of the picture of the marker is unreadable. It ends as follows:] His painting now hang in many museums, including the Metropolitan in New York and the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. Below are two . . . Map (db m9478) HM
46Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro, Jr.
In Honor of Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro, Jr. Under the whose Leadership The Charles Center Project Was undertaken 1958 by his friends and The Citizens of Baltimore.Map (db m88296) HM
47Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Moving Up To Cathedral Hill: Three Centuries of ChangeMount Vernon Cultural Walk
Saratoga Street marks your arrival at Cathedral Hill, a neighborhood packed with three centuries of architecture. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Baltimoreans built some of their finest mansions and churches on Cathedral Hill. Today’s St. . . . Map (db m103844) HM
48Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Nancy D'Alesandro Pelosi
We commemorate the historic election of Nancy D'Alesandro Pelosi as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, on the occasion of her visit, this day January 2, 2007, to lay a wreath at the statue of her father, Mayor Thomas J. . . . Map (db m166951) HM
49Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Old Post Office
This structure, designed by James A. Wetmore and completed in 1932, is the second post office to occupy this site. Erected at a cost of $3.3 million, the neo-classical building, with its marble halls and paneled court-rooms, contained the most . . . Map (db m6160) HM
50Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Old St. Paul's
St. Paul's Church (Episcopal) stands on the only property that has remained under the same ownership since the original survey of Baltimore Town in 1730. In that year, Lot. No. 19, the highest point in the new town, was granted to St. Paul's Parish; . . . Map (db m92305) HM
51Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Old St. Paul'sBaltimore City Landmark
St. Paul's Church (Episcopal) stands on the only property that has remained under the same ownership since the original survey of Baltimore Town in 1730. In that year, Lot. No. 19, the highest point in the new town, was granted to St. Paul's . . . Map (db m166953) HM
52Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — On This Location
On this location, from the stage of the Holliday Street Theatre, The Star Spangled Banner, written by Francis Scott Key, was rendered for the first time publicly November 12, 1814.Map (db m2707) HM
53Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Peale's Baltimore Museum
A pioneer art historical and scientific museum. Erected 1818 by Rembrandt Peale. Gas lighting demonstrated june 13 1816. Occupied as city hall 1830-1875. Rembrandt Peale 1778-1860 Distinguished Maryland artist, naturalist and technologist . . . Map (db m6306) HM
54Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Peale's Baltimore Museum - 1814
Has been designated a Registered National Historic Landmark Under the provisions of the Historic Sites Act of August 21, 1935. This site possesses exceptional value in commemorating or illustrating the history of the United States U.S. . . . Map (db m6304) HM
55Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Pope John Paul II Monument
Pope John Paul II on the occasion of his visit to Baltimore October 8 1995 Maryland holds a special place in the history of American Catholicism, indeed in the religious history of the nation. It was here that religious freedom and . . . Map (db m102379) HM
56Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Provident Savings Bank
This imposing building, appropriately designed by Joseph Evans Sperry to suggest an old treasure chest, is the home of Provident Savings bank, the father of branch banking among mutual savings banks of the nation. Incorporated in 1886 with the . . . Map (db m6653) HM
57Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Rectory of Old St. Paul’s Parish
Incorporated 1692, 37 years before Baltimore Town itself, St. Paul’s moved to this vicinity in 1731. It was City’s first place of public worship. this rectory, the “parsonage on the hill” built 1788–1791 on half acre lot given by . . . Map (db m2538) HM
58Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Rembrandt Peale1778-1860
Rembrandt Peale, founder of the Gas and Light Company of Baltimore (now Baltimore Gas and Electric Company), was a famous portrait painter from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He had a unique and groundbreaking connection to Baltimore. In 1816, to . . . Map (db m101657) HM
59Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Saint Paul's ParishEstablished 1692
Mother Church of BaltimoreMap (db m166952) HM
60Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — South Union Building
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m115206) HM
61Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — St. Alphonsus Parish World War II Memorial
To the glory of God and in honor of the 581 men and women from St. Alphonsus Parish who served their country in the Second World War 1941-1945. (Listing of the men and women) “Eternal rest grant unto them; O Lord, and let perpetual light . . . Map (db m103778) WM
62Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Baltimore & Frederick-Town TurnpikeA Transportation Revolution started here
Maryland toll roads helped revolutionize American travel. The Baltimore and Frederick-Town Turnpike began with a tollgate, placed near this corner in 1807. For a few cents, you could head west on a “smooth” road that was the ancestor . . . Map (db m5700) HM
63Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin MaryCo-Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Baltimore
First cathedral in the United States Cornerstone laid 1806 By: Bishop John Carroll Dedicated 1821Map (db m166955) HM
64Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Battle Monument
Battle of North Point, 12th September, A.D. 1814, and of the Independence of the United States, the thirty-ninth Bombardment of Fort McHenry, 15th September, A.D. 1814, and of the Independence of the United States, the thirty-ninth. James . . . Map (db m89172) HM
65Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Battle Monument
This Monument was erected by the citizens of Baltimore under the management of the Committee of Vigilance and Safety in honor of the gallant defenders of this City and Nation who fell in the Battle of North Point and during the . . . Map (db m89203) HM WM
66Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Burk Building1980
This building stands on the site of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Building circa 1880Map (db m131343) HM
67Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Equitable Building
This building, designed in 1889 in the Richardson-Sullivan tradition by Charles L. Carson and Joseph Evans Sperry, was considered the first skyscraper to be erected in Baltimore. It is the oldest of the existing structures on Monument Square and . . . Map (db m6443) HM
68Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Garrett Building
This 13-story building, completed in 1913, was designed by Baltimore architects J. B. Noel Wyatt and William G. Nolting. Reflecting a mixture of styles, this transitional building combines the Chicago windows, flat wall panes and flat skyline . . . Map (db m7040) HM
69Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Harris Bus
The race to invent a gasoline-powered motor vehicle began in earnest in the 1890's. Most investors started with the modest idea of a two-seater, but William Thomas Harris, an engineer of this city, was more ambitious. He proposed a 15-passenger bus. . . . Map (db m6309) HM
70Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Latrobe House
On an evening in October, 1833, three of Baltimore's most discerning gentlemen were gathered around a table in the back parlor of this house. Fortified with “some old wine and some good cigars,” John Pendleton Kennedy, James H. Miller . . . Map (db m4939) HM
71Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Latrobe House
On an evening in October, 1833, three of Baltimore's most discerning gentlemen were gathered around a table in the back parlor of this house. Fortified with "some old wine and some good cigars," John Pendleton Kennedy, James H. Miller and John H. . . . Map (db m166954) HM
72Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The LenoreBaltimore Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Rising ten stories in the heart of the city’s judiciary district, the Lenore not only exhibits impressive architecture but is also linked to the nation’s banking history. Now an apartment building, the Lenore was once home to the Baltimore Branch . . . Map (db m101527) HM
73Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Lovely Lane Meeting House
Upon this site stood from 1774 to 1786 The Lovely Lane Meeting House in which was organized December 1784 The Methodist Episcopal Church in The United States of AmericaMap (db m7039) HM
74Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Municipal Museum of the City of Baltimore
This house was built by Rembrandt Peale in 1814 as a Natural History Museum and Gallery of the Fine Arts. Robert Carey Long was the Architect. Purchased by the City of Baltimore, 1830, Jacob Small being Mayor, it was occupied as the City Hall from . . . Map (db m6307) HM
75Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Munsey Building
When this structure was completed in 1911, it was Baltimore's tallest office building. Of steel construction, faced with Bedford limestone on the lower floors, and brick and terra cotta above, the building stands as a monument of sorts to the whims . . . Map (db m7319) HM
76Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Negro Heroes of the United States
Dedicated to the memory of the Negro Heroes of the United States. “Sleep in Peace, slain in thy country’s wars.” A gift to the city of Baltimore by an anonymous donor Sculptor – James E. Lewis 1971. (Sash held by . . . Map (db m8409) HM
77Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — The Peale Museum
This structure is the oldest museum building in the United States. Designed by Robert Cary Long, Sr. for Rembrandt Peale, the museum opened to the public in 1814 as "an elegant Rendezvous for taste, curiosity and leisure." For a 25-cent admission . . . Map (db m6305) HM
78Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — To Commemorate the Inauguration of a Chemical Industry in AmericaThe Manufacture of Illuminating Gas
The first franchise in America to produce and distribute gas for public use was granted in 1816 by this city to the Baltimore Gas Light Company, established by Rembradnt Peale, William Lorman, James Mosher, Robert Cary Long and William Gwynn. In . . . Map (db m7318) HM
79Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — War Memorial
Rededicated on November 10, 2005, by Mayor Martin O’Malley, to honor and remember all our veterans who fought so valiantly for the United States of America—“The Land of the free and the home of the brave.” Time will not dim the . . . Map (db m2702) WM
80Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — War Memorial
"It is a fearful thing to lead this great, peaceful people into war, into the most terrible and disastrous of all wars, civilization itself seeming to be in the balance. But the right is more precious than the peace, and we shall fight . . . Map (db m6294) HM
81Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Wendel Bollman
Wendel Bollman, one of a handful of men who transformed bridge-building from an art into a science, was born on this site to German parents on January 21, 1814. Largely self-educated, Bollman acquired his engineering knowledge and experience at . . . Map (db m7038) HM
82Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Westside
The Westside of Downtown Baltimore boasts an astonishing variety of architectural styles from early 19th century Federal townhouses to Reconstruction-era cast-iron facades to Art Deco storefronts. The one-time heart of the City, the Westside's . . . Map (db m115207) HM
83Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Women's Industrial Exchange
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m70922) HM
84Maryland (Baltimore), Downtown — Zion Lutheran Church
Founder in 1755, Zion Church is the oldest Lutheran congregation in Maryland. German Lutherans began settling in Baltimore Town shortly after it was laid out in 1730. Relying on itinerant preachers from Pennsylvania, the small struggling community . . . Map (db m2714) HM
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