Eutaw Place is lined with huge residential town-houses, many of which are now divided into apartments.
Eutaw Street is more commercial. It is and was a hub of shopping and medicine.
Few streets in Baltimore had a greater concentration of physicians than Eutaw Street, just west of where MedChi is located. In 1895, the Faculty was searching for a new headquarters building and looked first at 837 N. Eutaw Street, but then purchased 847 N. Eutaw Street, where they were confident they would stay for a generation or more.
Sadly, it's no longer there, having been replaced by a parking lot. And within 10 years, the Faculty had moved into their new building, just a few blocks away. That building has lasted several generations!
But, as someone once told me, there were almost 100 physicians located on Eutaw Street and Eutaw Place between Dolphin Street and North Avenue.
Both William Halsted and Howard Kelly, two of the "big four" lived on Eutaw Place, with Kelly's house still standing and sporting a "blue plaque."
Unfortunately, Halsted's house was demolished in a road-widening effort, but if the remaining adjacent house is any indication, it was amazing.
In the Medical Annals of Maryland (1799-1899), I did a search for Eutaw, and came up with the following.
Dr. John R. Abercrombie - 827 Eutaw Street
Dr. Joseph H. Branham - 2200 Eutaw Place
Dr. Claribel Cone - 1616 Eutaw Place
Dr. John M.T. Finney - 1300 Eutaw Place
Dr. William S. Halsted - 1201 Eutaw Place
Dr. Howard A. Kelly - 1406 Eutaw Place. Dr. Kelly also operated a private hospital at 1418 Eutaw Place.
Dr. Thomas P. McCormick - 1421 Eutaw Place
Dr. William B. McDonald - 1030 Eutaw Street
Dr. Samuel K. Merrick - 843 Eutaw Street
Dr. Amanda Taylor Norris - 1035 Eutaw Street (She was the first woman to receive a diploma from a "regular" medical school.)
Dr. William W. Requardt - 2235 Eutaw Place
Dr. John Ruhräh - 839 Eutaw Street
Dr. James G. Wiltshire - 819 Eutaw Street
On the south end of Eutaw Street, there was the Women's Hospital, the Medical Dispensary and some of the University of Maryland's Medical School buildings on the southern end of Eutaw.
And for those of you not from Baltimore, Eutaw is pronounced like the western state of Utah.