Babe Ruth's First House
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Babe Ruth's First House

According to tomorrow's Philadelphia Inquirer, at Travel p. N1, N7, it says There's a long, white two-story building at the intersection of Font Hill and Frederick Avenues, now boarded up and forgotten. But in 1895, it recently has been determined, this was where the Ruth family lived with George Sr.'s brother John. The article also says that George Herman (Babe) Ruth was born at 216 Emory St., Baltimore, which is now a museum. (I did my best to estimate the street address here based on looking at Google maps.)

Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 1282
Updated on: Aug 31, 2019

According to tomorrow's Philadelphia Inquirer, at Travel p. N1, N7, it says There's a long, white two-story building at the intersection of Font Hill and Frederick Avenues, now boarded up and forgotten. But in 1895, it recently has been determined, this was where the Ruth family lived with George Sr.'s brother John. The article also says that George Herman (Babe) Ruth was born at 216 Emory St., Baltimore, which is now a museum. (I did my best to estimate the street address here based on looking at Google maps.)

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Location:
Vacant long, white two story building. , 2817 Frederick Ave. , Font Hill and Frederick Avenues, Baltimore Ave., Maryland, 21223, United States
Listing Category:
Abandoned Places Athletes Famous People Homes, Lives or Lived Here Human Interest
Virtual / Real:
Virtual
Created Date:
06-24-2018
Created by
plaquemaster
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