The first-known manuscript of Francis Scott Key's poem which became the U.S. national anthem, known as "The Star-Spangled Banner," is displayed at Fort McHenry.
The first-known manuscript of Francis Scott Key's poem which became the U.S. national anthem, known as "The Star-Spangled Banner," is displayed at Fort McHenry. (NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP/Getty Images)

Readers: Think you know your Baltimore? Try answering our weekly trivia question. Some weeks will be ridiculously easy, some weeks a bit more challenging.

Here’s last week’s trivia:

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QUESTION: What Maryland congressman, in 1918, introduced the first legislation that would have made “The Star-Spangled Banner” the national anthem?

ANSWER: John Charles Linthicum; the official designation wouldn’t come until 1931.

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