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Pascault Row, 651-665 West Lexington Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Pascault Row, 651-665 West Lexington Street, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

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Summary

Significance: Last remaining early Baltimore row, built for Jean-Charles-Marie-Louis-Felix-Pascault, Marquis de Poleon, as speculative houses on his estate - "Chatsworth," William F. Small, architect, in 1819. Originally fine row, later much altered for commercial use (#655 unaltered), renovated 1981. Occupants included General Columbus O'Donnell, Bishop Whittingham, & other prominent Baltimoreans.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-133
Survey number: HABS MD-397
Building/structure dates: 1819
Building/structure dates: before 1875 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1981 Subsequent Work

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Small, William F
Pickering, E H, photographer
Carren, Elizabeth, photographer
Rosenthal, James W, photographer
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Location

Baltimore, Maryland, United States39.29038, -76.61219
Google Map of 39.2903848, -76.61218930000001
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