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Your search in the category "Architecture, Historic Preservation, and Town Planning" returned 1292 results in 65 pages.

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“Society Connections with Historic Places.” News and Notes from the Prince George’s County Historical Society, 31 (November-December 2002): [3-4].

“St. George’s Day 2012.” News and Notes of the Prince George’s County Historical Society, 41 (March-April 2012): 1.
Annotations / Notes: Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Bowie, MD

“Still Threatened: Updates on Past Endangered Maryland Sites.” Maryland Life, 7 (March/April 2011): [Endangered Maryland 7].

“Sunday with the Fergusons at Hard Bargain Farm.” News and Notes from the Prince George’s County Historical Society, 39 (May-June 2010): 1, 4.

“The Future of the Past: The Development of the National Park Seminary.” The Preservationist, (Winter 2004): 3.

“The Mystery of the Bell.” A Briefe Relation, 24 (Summer 2002): 3.

“The Resurrection of Higgins Tavern.” The Preservationist, 12 (Spring 2008): 1-2.

“Thirty New Sites Approved for Historic Designation.” The Preservationist, (Summer 2002): 1, 3.

“Tour of National Park Seminary (Forest Glen).” News and Notes from the Prince George’s County Historical Society, 38 (September-October 2009): 1.

“Unearthing House’s True Age.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 54 (September 2002): 26.

“Usher in the Holiday Season by joining the HCHS for the 2007 Holiday House Tour.” The Legacy, 45 (November 2007): 1.

“Vanishing Landmarks.” Chronicles of St.Mary’s, 50 (Summer 2002): 203.

“Witness to Slaughter.” Civil War Times, 50 (December 2011): 62-65.

“Wright Shares Oral History Covering 20 Years of County Preservation.” The Preservationist, 12 (Winter 2008): 1, 3.

Richardson, Claire A. “Cloud Capped (Baltimore National Cemetery).” History Trails of Baltimore County, 42 (Autumn 2010): 1-12.

Rowhouse Exhibit label copy, Peale Museum.
Annotations / Notes: In 1981, Baltimore's municipal museum reopened after a major renovation, with this "permanent" exhibit, one of its finest, created, among others, by assistant museum director Barry Dressel and Mary Ellen Hayward, co-author, with Charles Belfoure, of The Baltimore Rowhouse. The label copy is all that remains of this superb local exhibit, which was later de-mounted. The museum itself, housed in the oldest museum building in the United States, closed permanently in 1997. Its collections are now housed at the Maryland Historical Society.

Abbe, Leslie Morgan. "The Talbott House and Its People." Montgomery County Story 20 (February 1977): 2-8.

Ackerman, Stephen. “Presidential Hideaway.” Preservation, 58 (January-February 2006): 58-59.

Acton, Lucy. "Bowling Brook Getting a New Lease on Life." Maryland Horse 57 (October 1991): 42-45.

Acton, Lucy. "The Museum of the Iron Horse." Baltimore 67 (May 1974): 38ff.