• The Roaring 20s that include the development of talkies (The Jazz Singer) and Charles Lindbergh’s solo trans-Atlantic flight also see major changes in architecture and engineering. The refinement of steel, reinforced concrete, elevators, and water pumps push vertical construction to unprecedented levels. Skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building begin to rapidly transform city skylines.

  • Henry Adams designs the permanent home of the Baltimore Museum of Art in 1929 on the south end of the Johns Hopkins University campus.

  • Henry Adams completes the Church Home Hospital in 1922, the Court Square Office Building in 1926, the City College in 1928, and the Pittsburgh Glass Company building in 1929.