Photographs by Harry A Franklin in Maryland, Philadelphia, and Elsewhere


A house at Yaazor? Unknown house with flag Isaac Franklin's children:
Hiram?, Pearl?, Morris, & Nathan:
Baltimore Harbor? Before 1916

Morris, Pearl, Nathan, & Harry.
Pearl was committed in 1923
"Loading German
Merchant Submarine:
Baltimore Harbor"
Seamen from the merchant vessel?
Pennants say, "Souvenir from Newport"
Morris, Bessie, Rose, & Harry
Franklin: Baltimore City, 1920s?
Morris, Bessie, & Harry Morris, Bessie, Rose, &
Nathan Franklin
  Harry Franklin & ?  
This attractive family is wholly unknown to me. The bill is for the film La Posada Sangrienta (The Bloody Inn), banned in Barcelona in 1913. Location is possibly Cuba or Miami This may have been taken
at an abandoned mill
on the Patapsco River.
48-star flag after 1912
Nathan Franklin: Roof of
building in Baltimore
Morris & Bessie
Franklin: Roof
Hiram Franklin on roof.
Hiram died in 1916
Hiram liked to bowl with
cannon balls to
build up his muscles ;-)
Rose Franklin in Fairmount
Park, Strawberry Mansion,
Philadelphia, after 1926
? & Rose Franklin
under lamp post,
Strawberry Mansion?
Harry Franklin at fountain in Fairmount Park, 33rd & Dauphin, Philadelphia Morris & Nathan
Franklin: Yaazor?
  Five women: Upper
right: Rebecca Franklin?
  Five couples: Unknown location, possibly Baltimore Harbor. Some of these people appear in the Fannie Frankel tombstone photos  
Little girl at "causeway" Same girl. Same beach?   Same girl again? Same girl with father
at beach


My uncle Harry A Franklin continued to take photos after his return from Cuba before the US entered World War I. Anyone who recognizes any of the unknown locales or unlabeled persons please contact me at the email address on my home page. The photographs are courtesy of my cousin Robert Franklin, Harry's son.


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