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Fifth Regiment Armory

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Built  1901 (1901)
Opened  1901
Architecture firm  Wyatt & Nolting
NRHP Reference #  85002671
Area  4,900 m²
Added to NRHP  25 September 1985
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Location  29th Division St., Baltimore, Maryland
MPS  Maryland National Guard Armories TR
Similar  Sam Houston Hall, St Louis Coliseum, Denver Auditorium Arena, Madison Square Garden, One Calvert Plaza

Fifth Regiment Armory is a historic National Guard armory located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is an imposing, fortress-type structure situated in midtown Baltimore. It consists of a full basement, a first floor containing a 200 foot by 300 foot drill hall, a mezzanine or "balcony" level, and a newer second level (reconstructed in 1933 after a fire) housing the trussed steel drill hall roof. The façade features buttresses, parapets, casement windows, and a crenellated roofline, giving the appearance of a medieval fortification. It was the site of the 1912 Democratic National Convention.

The Fifth Regiment Armory was designed by architects Wyatt & Nolting. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. It is included within the Baltimore National Heritage Area.

On October 31, 1958, President Dwight Eisenhower delivered a television speech from the Fifth Regiment Armory. The event was attended by Maryland Governor Theodore McKeldin, Senator John Glenn Beall, Jr., Senator John Marshall Butler, and Congressman James Devereux.


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