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Homewood, Privy, North Charles & Thirty-Fourth Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Homewood, Privy, North Charles & Thirty-Fourth Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

 
 
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Significance: The Homewood Privy, built contemporaneously with the house (circa 1801), is a rectangular brick building with a pyramidal roof. In plan, the privy is divided in half, with separate rooms for men and women, each with its own entrance. The building is notable for its interior wood paneling and half-dome plastered ceilings.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N996
Survey number: HABS MD-35-A

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Davidson, Paul, field team
Righi, Andrea K, field team
Schara, Mark, project manager
Price, Virginia Barrett, transmitter
Rosenthal, James, photographer
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Baltimore, Maryland, United States39.29038, -76.61219
Google Map of 39.2903848, -76.61218930000001
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