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Bowlingly, State Route 18 vicinity, Queenstown, Queen Anne's County, MD

Bowlingly, State Route 18 vicinity, Queenstown, Queen Anne's County, MD

 
 
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Significance: Example of early Maryland Georgian architecture. // 1733. Georgian. Brick laid in English bond with glazed headers. 2 1/2 stories, L-shaped, later side 1 story addition. Gabled roof sections, interior and interior end chimneys, front center entrance with segmental arched pediment supported by 4 columns, segmental arched first story windows, ornamental string course, date written in glazed headers in gable. Double staircase in central hall which replaces the original staircase.
Survey number: HABS MD-892
Building/structure dates: 1733
Building/structure dates: 1817-1820

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Boucher, Jack E, photographer
Silverman, Eleni, historian
Jandoli, Liz, transmitter
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Queenstown38.99067, -76.15773
Google Map of 38.99066790000001, -76.15772679999999
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