I went to the Baltimore Museum of Art "Looking through the lens: 1900-1960". They own some works of several famous photographers, for example Ansel Adams, Robert Cappa, Man Ray and Paul Strand. For example, they own Man Ray's Tears photograph and Paul Strand's Blind Woman, among many others (why the Getty museum has it on their website, I don't know). It was 93 degrees and humid when my wife and I arrived and 101 degrees when we left. A typical Baltimore summer day. Photography was forbidden insider the photography exhibit but allowed in most of the museum. The indoor shots that did come out well weren't very interesting, but I posted some of the shots of the building fromt the outside.