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Belair, Stables, Belair Drive at East end of Tulip Grove Drive, Bowie, Prince George's County, MD

Belair, Stables, Belair Drive at East end of Tulip Grove Drive, Bowie, Prince George's County, MD

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Significance: This U-shaped, sandstone stable was built in 1907 for James T. Woodward, then owner of Belair Mansion (ca. 1745). The elaborate stable building reflects Belair's long and distinguished association with thoroughbred horse racing and breeding.
Survey number: HABS MD-87-A
Building/structure dates: 1907 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Woodward, James T
Levitt & Sons
Klugh, T, transmitter
Boucher, Jack E, photographer
Lavoie, Catherine C, historian


Bowie (Md.)38.96680, -76.74937
Google Map of 38.9668, -76.7493714


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