Artist's rendering

A rendering of the proposed USF&G Building, circa 1970.  When the 35-story building was completed in 1973, it became the city's tallest, taking the title from the 34-story Bank of America Building, the city's first skyscraper which was built in 1929.

( BALTIMORE SUN FILE PHOTO )

A rendering of the proposed USF&G Building, circa 1970. When the 35-story building was completed in 1973, it became the city's tallest, taking the title from the 34-story Bank of America Building, the city's first skyscraper which was built in 1929.

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H.L. Mencken, the 'Sage of Baltimore'