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The statue of John O'Donnell of Baltimore, who owned around 70 enslaved people at the time of his death in 1805. As of this writing in December 2019 his statue still stands in the center of a public square that bears his name, on the Baltimore City street that bears his name, in the neighborhood of Canton, which is named for one of his plantations.

Digital Photo Composition, Pigment Print on Watercolor Rag
Dimensions: 24 x 36 Inches
Year: 2019

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