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Hayfields Farm Buildings, Worthington Valley, Cockeysville, Baltimore County, MD

Hayfields Farm Buildings, Worthington Valley, Cockeysville, Baltimore County, MD

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Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-17
Survey number: HABS MD-15



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Bosley, Nicholas
Sully, Thomas
Merryman, John
Merryman, Nicholas Bosley
Lewis, Robert E., delineator
Pickering, E H, photographer
Scarff, John C., historian


baltimore county39.48122, -76.64386
Google Map of 39.4812172, -76.6438598


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