aNNUaL reporT 2010
is dedicated to preserving maryland’s
historic buildings, neighborhoods,
landscapes and archaeological sites
through outreach, funding and advocacy.
A Message from the executive director and president Preservation Maryland the board of the Valleys Planning Council, a conservation
advocacy organization in northern Baltimore County. Mr. annual Conference Draws
eight decades is a long time to maintain the momentum of a cause. As we observe the 80th
Selects New Leadership Penniman is a former chairman of Downtown St. Louis,
Inc., and Forest Park Forever in St. Louis.
preservationists to the eastern Shore
The 2010 Preservation &
anniversary of our founding, our focus on saving Maryland’s heritage is heightened. The challenges preservation maryland welcomes two new directors to Revitalization Conference
continue to grow. Additionally, the competition for attention to and investment in saving historic Officers elected by the board to serve for the year are:
its board, elected at the annual meeting in november, was held in Easton on
sites grows alongside the threats. The need for our organization has never been more apparent. President Jeffrey A. Penza, AIA, Vice Presidents Henry R.
and several new members to its executive committee. May 20 and 21. Over 350
These are difficult times for most non-profit organizations. We are proud to say that Preservation Lord and Kathryn Washburn, Secretary Tom McCracken,
Maryland has weathered the economic storm well. Careful management of our resources has Treasurer Ed Hord and Assistant Treasurer Tom Spencer.
Kathryn C. Washburn on Easton for two days
enabled us to maintain our programs and even to enhance certain ones. Credit is due our board of Ann Fligsten, Dixon Harvey, Phil Hoon and Matthew
of Princess Anne and of educational sessions
directors, especially immediate past president Matt Kimball, who so ably led the organization for Kimball retired from the board.
Washington, D.C. has highlighting both national
four years. recently retired as director and local trends in the field
In these pages you’ll read about our recent accomplishments. Our Heritage Fund, jointly
of international affairs for
the U.S. Department of the
Annual Awards Honor Board member Maryland
Delegate Adelaide Eckardt
of historic preservation.
In addition to the 24
administered with the Maryland Historical Trust, has made a positive impact on 36 sites this year. Interior. She established Maryland’s Finest addressed the Advocacy classroom sessions, 12 field
Preservation Maryland is now the state’s leading advocate for public policy that protects our Luncheon at the conference.
heritage and strengthens our economy. Whether assuring the reenactment of the heritage tax
this $20 million program
that enables park rangers
Historic Preservationists sessions showed off the
preservation and revitalization efforts in Easton and along
credit, vigilantly monitoring progress on Baltimore City’s threatened West Side or ensuring the
and other DOI employees the Eastern Shore. The conference also featured three
integrity of historic district zoning, Preservation Maryland’s voice is heard. to provide technical assistance to other countries. Ms. special events including a reception to welcome attendees
“Preservation Maryland is now the Washburn serves on the board of the Nabb Research to Easton at the Mid-Shore Community Foundation’s
Interest in our Endangered Maryland list grows, along with positive results from creating public Center for Delmarva History & Culture at Salisbury Preservation Maryland presented its annual offices in the historic Bullitt House. Rodney L. Swink,
state’s leading advocate for public awareness of threats to these sites. Once again, our annual Historic Preservation and Revitalization University and on the Salisbury University Foundation Historic Preservation Awards on November 16 FASLA, was the keynote speaker for this year’s plenary
Conference was highly rated by participants who attended this year’s meeting in Easton. The first board. She is also a member of the board of the Capitol Hill at the Maryland Club, Baltimore. This year’s
policy that protects our heritage full year of operating our Eastern Shore Field Office has made us the acknowledged preservation Community Foundation in Washington, D.C. The owner honorees include John L. Graham III, AIA of
session. Mr. Swink discussed the challenges of uniting
rural and urban preservation efforts and the need for
leader there and a welcome and effective partner to numerous local preservation efforts. And, we
and strengthens our economy.” have begun to fine tune our communications and marketing efforts to better serve as a source of
of a National Register property in Somerset County, Ms.
Washburn served on the Preservation Maryland board
Salisbury who received the President’s Award
for his professional architectural work and
preservationists to rise to this challenge in the coming
years and decades. The final event of the conference was
preservation information and to increase our base of support. from 1998 to 2005. volunteer historic preservation efforts on the the Maryland Historical Trust Awards and Reception
Eastern Shore. Baltimoreans Eddie and Sylvia which presented 11 awards to outstanding projects and
None of this could have happened without your commitment to Preservation Maryland. Nicholas G. Penniman IV Brown of Brown Capital Management and the preservation leaders in Maryland.
Whether you are a longtime member or new to our family, we value your support. Together, we of Stevenson and Naples, Brownstone Project received the Stewardship
look forward to another year of accomplishments that will help us keep pace with the changing Florida is the retired Award. Karen Lewand received the Volunteer
face of historic preservation. publisher of the St. Louis Award for her work with Baltimore Heritage, new on staff
Inc., and the city’s Commission for Historical
Post-Dispatch and senior Preservation Maryland welcomes
Sincerely, and Architectural Preservation. Preservation
vice president of newspaper Amelia Rambissoon to the staff
Maryland’s inaugural Phoenix Award was
operations for Pulitzer as administrative assistant.
ON THE COVER: (Left to right) Trustees Roslyn Fenwick, Marlene Hollis presented to Humanim, Inc., a Columbia-based
Publishing Company. He Previously employed by the Port
and Joyce Bowser are among the members of Mount Zion United Methodist human services organization which has
currently serves as a trustee Discovery Children’s Museum in
Church in Burrisville, Queen Anne’s County, working to ensure its preservation. transformed Baltimore City’s former American
of the Everglades Foundation, Baltimore, Amelia is a graduate
Preservation Maryland is assisting with the preparation of a nomination to the Brewery into its workforce development center.
Tyler Gearhart Jeffrey A. Penza, AIA past chair of American Rivers and immediate past chair of of Towson University with a
National Register of Historic Places. The church and its adjacent Male and Female
Executive Director President The Conservancy of Southwest Florida. He now serves on degree in mass communications.
Beneficial Lodge date from the turn of the last century and are representative of
many historic vernacular churches still in use throughout rural Maryland.
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A review of the 42 Endangered Maryland sites, reveals that only
one of them has been reported lost since being designated among the
advocacy for preservation at Local, State and National Levels state’s most at-risk historic resources. And, encouraging developments
have been reported relating to 28 of them. To see the annual lists of
Endangered Maryland sites, visit www. preservationmaryland.org.
preservation Maryland staff visited the Maryland Budget items supported by Preservation Maryland include
Congressional delegation last March as part of Main Street Maryland’s Community Legacy program which ABERDEEN B&O TRAIN STATION BuCKTOWN STORE
Preservation Action’s national lobby day. Preservation received $4.65 million, slightly less than the previous year’s
PROMISING PROGRESS for THREATENED SITES
Maryland also joined the Coalition for Full Funding and appropriation. Main Street’s Neighborhood BusinessWorks
was active in its support of the Historic preservation Fund. was not as fortunate, receiving $3.1 million, less than half of
Though the 111th Congress never passed its appropriations its previous year’s allocation. The Maryland Heritage areas
bills and is relying on a continuing resolution at last year’s authority received level funding at $3 million. The Maryland Endangered Maryland Update
funding levels, the House subcommittee included level Historical Trust Museum Grant program was funded at the
funding for the Historic Preservation Fund and restoration same level as the previous year, though the Non-Capital
of Save america’s Treasures. Two key historic preservation Grant program received no funding.
Lonaconing Silk Mill (Allegany County) Community of any of the remaining nine Prince George’s County Barnes Road Bridge (Washington County) The county
tax incentives were extended for two years. had budgeted funds to replace the bridge with a two-lane
efforts to find a buyer and ensure the long-term preservation Rosenwald schools. This property has been saved and
In addition to those 43 sites on the growing Endangered
of the Lonaconing Silk Mill continue. Last summer, brass restored by volunteer efforts. bridge and to widen the road in both directions, risking
State lobbying efforts included work on the passage of a Maryland list and 36 others which received grants from
was stolen from the mill in an unsolved theft. Preservation the rural landscape. After it was named to the Endangered
replacement for the historic preservation tax credit which the Heritage Fund, Preservation Maryland played a part in
Maryland Heritage Funds helped pay for temporary roof Bucktown Store (Dorchester County) Located on the Maryland list, the county approved funding and began work
was to expire in July 2010. The Sustainable Communities protecting more than 20 other sites and communities. The
repairs. New efforts by the Georges Creek Promotion site of a significant event in the life of Harriet Tubman, to rehabilitate the Barnes Road Bridge in its existing form.
act resulted which extended residential and commercial variety ranged from the anchors of Hope Cemetery, eroding
Council have revived hope for the mill, abandoned in 1957. the Bucktown Store is an example of 19th century rural, The project is due to be completed in May 2011.
tax credit programs until 2014 with an aggregate limit for on Hoopers Island, Dorchester County, to the protection
mercantile architecture, largely unchanged. The current
commercial projects. The residential program will remain as of Belward Farm in Seneca, Montgomery County. Other
Aberdeen B&O Train Station (Harford County) In late owner purchased it after it had been vacant since 1970, Sellers Mansion (Baltimore City) Last year, Baltimore
a true tax credit. Non-historic commercial rehabilitations advocacy efforts centered on the future of Maryland’s
2007, owner CSX donated a relocation site to the Historical collapsed and in ruin. The Bucktown Foundation obtained Heritage, Inc., engaged an architect to assess the conditions
in designated areas can now receive up to 10% of the total former rosewood Hospital Center in Baltimore County and
Society of Harford County which has led the effort to save funding assistance to purchase the property adjacent to the of the historic mansion. The St. James Community
tax credit allocation. Commercial projects achieving LEED helping to prevent the construction of a federal homeland
the station from demolition. The society’s preservation store and the historic main house on the site. The building Development Corporation, the mansion’s owner, is trying
Gold certification or above are eligible for a 25% tax credit security training center in Ruthsburg, Queen Anne’s County.
efforts have been joined by the Aberdeen Room Archives has been stabilized and re-roofed. The store is open for to determine the best course for preserving the building.
whereas others receive 20%. A $1 million african american Work continued on the threat of a robotic parking garage
and Museum. Grants from the Maryland Historical Trust business, and the owners offer Underground Railroad
Heritage Grant program was created to support preservation adjacent to Preservation Maryland headquarters and
have been extended, and refuse and railroad artifacts are paddling and/or biking tours, which are certified by the Doughoregan Manor (Howard County) In July, the Howard
of African-American historic sites. The program is administered resumed after progress was stalled on the redevelopment
being removed. An easement application is under review National Park Service Network to Freedom program. County Council approved plans for development of the
jointly by the Maryland Historical Trust and the Maryland of the Superblock parcel of Baltimore City’s historic West
however, the building’s future is threatened by its future site estate. The plans allows up to 325 homes to be built on 221
Commission on African American History and Culture. Side commercial district.
acres in the northeast corner of the 892-acre site.
in a floodplain. Additional funding is needed. The society COMSAT Laboratories (Montgomery County) Though
and the Aberdeen museum hope that the floodplain issue is there are not legally bound, the current owners have
resolved soon and that a foundation can be built which will promised to keep the main COMSAT building intact Wallace Office Building (Dorchester County) The non-
enable the station to be relocated. and develop around it. The property is being offered for profit West End Citizen’s Association, which leases the
sale. The economic climate has slowed earlier interest building from the Dorchester County Free Library, has
Ridgeley Rosenwald School (Prince George’s County) in a “new town” development, though it is likely this is a plans to begin interior and exterior renovations on this
PiCTUREd: Read’s drug Store, circa 1940, is the focus of recent controversy. A ten-year-old agreement to save it and several other buildings structure, built in 1852.
Built in 1929, the school is the closest to original condition temporary condition.
in Baltimore’s West Side district has been overturned. The Art deco structure was the site of a 1955 Civil Rights demonstration leading to
progressive policy changes by the store’s management. (Photo courtesy of the Maryland Historical Society)
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HIGH WINDS GuN CLuB HANDSELL LINWOOD THE ALMSHOuSE ST. PATRICK’S CATHOLIC CHuRCH INTERIOR PROVIDENCE FARM
Bel Air Academy and Graded School (Harford County) Trimper’s Rides and Amusement Park (Worcester Handsell (Dorchester County) The Nanticoke Historic Mechanic Theatre (Baltimore City) The theater was The Arabber Community (Baltimore City) Baltimore’s four sites along the route that are significant in the life of
The Bel Air Academy was transferred to Harford County County) is the oldest continuously owned amusement park Preservation Alliance (NHPA) continues to research originally built as part of an effort to revitalize and Arabbers continue to ply their trade. After the return of the Harriet Tubman. The prestigious, high-profile designation
from the school board and is expected to be renovated in in the United States. The park features historic attractions, Handsell and seek funding to move ahead with a restoration reenergize downtown Baltimore. Plans are underway to Retreat Street horses, two stables and the Arabber Center opens the door to federal grant money for preservation
the future for an undetermined community use. Meanwhile, including a 1902 carousel, that have delighted generations. of the house. A preservation plan for the house, which create a mixed-use complex utilizing the building’s existing remain, with four to six Arabbers working with ponies and projects and improvements to visitor services along the
the building has been stabilized in anticipation of a new use. The property’s reassessment has resulted in a reduction of includes a structural engineer’s report, was completed last shell, but the Baltimore Planning Commission has not more working with trucks. corridor. In the face of citizen opposition, the proposed
property taxes which has made the continued operation of year. Volunteers and new members are sought to help the granted the theatre landmark status, leaving its long-term route of the Mid-Atlantic Power Pathway transmission line
Camp Ritchie Historic District (Washington County) the park financially viable for the owner. NHPA protect this site. integrity in question. Ellicott City Historic District (Howard County) Granite across Dorchester County has been altered.
Site owner Corporate Office Properties Trust has revised Manor is for sale. Waiver petitions have been submitted
the master plan for the district to restrict construction 2009 LIST High Winds Gun Club (Worcester County) The University St. Patrick’s Catholic Church (Cecil County) The St. to the Department of Planning & Zoning but nothing Providence Farm (Queen Anne’s County) The Queen Anne’s
on the historic parade ground and limit its use to recreation. Brumbaugh-Kendle-Grove Farmstead (Washington of Maryland has undertaken a study of the heritage of Patrick’s Chapel Historical Society has restored and has been granted. There have been several meetings with County Historical Society has stabilized the building and
The revision comes after public opposition and enforcement County) The FAA and Maryland Historical Trust are Assateague Island, site of the club, for its owners, the rededicated the chapel last year. The society will begin the county housing commission and the developer for transferred ownership to preservation-minded buyers
of a protective agreement with the Maryland Historical Trust. working on an agreement which would provide for the National Park Service. There is hope that the completed cleaning up the cemetery and complete other landscaping Hilltop and Ellicott Terrace with encouraging and candid who plan to give an easement on the property to protect it
adaptive reuse or relocation of the farmhouse, barn and study will encourage the park service’s interest in the this spring. discussion. Preservationists are also monitoring other pending in perpetuity.
Double Mills (Wicomico County) Restoration work is outbuildings. preservation of the site. development projects that may impact the historic district.
still needed to restore the buildings and equipment. upton Mansion (Baltimore City) After serious vandalism
Double Mills, Inc., continues to work for the site’s Friendship Hall (Dorchester County) The Eastern Linwood (Carroll County) The village of Linwood on the interior, Upton Mansion has been secured. Baltimore Fells Point Recreation Pier (Baltimore City) Last year,
City, the building’s owner, has not developed a plan for Baltimore City sold the site to new owners who plan to
…aND oNe LoST
preservation and to create awareness of the site in the Shore Land Conservancy (ESLC) obtained a now-expired was nominated along with adjoining McKinstry’s Mill
community. The organization is currently raising money option to raise the funds needed or to find a buyer for the and Priestland Valley. Together they make up a carefully the mansion. However, the city’s historic preservation build a hotel with a restaurant in the building. Carver Heights uSO/Community Center (St. Mary’s
for a new foundation and hopes to offer tours soon. eventual protection of the property. The organization is preserved look at rural life in the 19th century. There is a commission is in the process of evaluating each city-owned County) The Carver Heights Community Center suffered
in discussions with the owner about purchase price and proposal to build an elevated stone conveyor system that historic landmark building, including the mansion, to help Harriet Tubman underground Railroad Cultural a partial collapse and was torn down by its owner, St.
Skipjack Flora A. Price (Dorchester County) The continues to seek suggestions for buyers or major donors. will run for 4.5 miles and would require the amendment prioritize municipal budgets and resources. Landscape (Caroline and Dorchester Counties) A proposal Mary’s County. Last June, a playground was dedicated
necessary funds to commission the restoration plan for In an effort to protect the streetscape, as well as preserve of several Rural Legacy easements. The Carroll County is currently moving through the U.S. Congress to create on the site and advocates for the preservation of the
building are now working to erect a monument to the
the Flora A. Price have been raised. This plan provides the the integrity of the mansion, the Town of East New Market government has dropped its plans to build an industrial- 2010 LIST a Harriet Tubman National Historical Park. The roadway
center at the site.
tools needed to proceed with the major fundraising for may seek funding to purchase the subdivided portion of the style Emergency Services Training Center for firefighters The Almshouse (Washington County) The City of through the cultural landscape has been designated an
restoration. Once completed and launched, another 100- property to ensure the house’s visual approach is protected nearby, which would have increased traffic and damaged Hagerstown has mothballed the building to help protect All American Road by America’s Byways. The 125-mile
year-old vessel will sail the waters of the Choptank River. from development. the historic landscape. against further deterioration and has designated it as a route through Dorchester and Caroline counties connects
landmark. Earlier this year, a marker was installed outside
the building relating the history of the site.
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The Heritage Fund provides B&O Railroad Museum, Baltimore City, awarded $1,000
preserveMaryland: Defining a New Future for Maryland’s past direct assistance for the protection of endangered
to assist with the cost to repair the slate roofs and gutters
of Mount Clare Station and the B&O Roundhouse. Both
Cho Benn Holback + Associates
cultural resources and promotes innovative
buildings are National Historic Landmarks.
demonstration projects to meet Maryland’s historic
preservation needs. Heritage Funds are awarded to Calvert Marine Museum Society, Inc., Calvert County,
non-profit organizations for a variety of purposes— awarded $3,000 to assist with the cost of the Cove Point
The Maryland Department of planning projects on historic preservation, heritage tourism and cultural from emergency repairs to case studies—and range Lighthouse Keeper’s House restoration project. Built in 1828,
that the state’s population will grow by one million over resources. In addition to Preservation Maryland, the from $500 to $5,000. Historic sites, buildings, the lighthouse is the oldest continuously operating lighthouse
the next 25 years. Smart Growth policies will aim to direct committee includes the Archeological Society of Maryland, districts and objects and projects benefiting in Maryland.
this growth toward existing communities. However, the Maryland Association of History Museums, Coalition of archaeological resources are eligible for funding. Everyman Theatre, Inc., Baltimore City, awarded $2,000 to
Carroll Museums, Inc., Baltimore City, awarded $2,000 to
houses, schools, businesses and roads that will service these Maryland Heritage Areas, as well as representatives from This initiative is jointly sponsored by Preservation assist with the cost of restoring the Town Theatre façade, part
assist with the cost of securing the Phoenix Shot Tower’s inner
the University of Maryland Historic Preservation Program Maryland and the Maryland Historical Trust. of its adaptive use as the new home of the Everyman Theatre.
new residents have the potential to dramatically alter the stairwell leading to the roof and rebuilding the roof ’s hatch.
character of these places. These trends and projections and the Goucher College programs in Historic Preservation Currently one of the nation’s few remaining shot towers, when Fells Point Main Street, Baltimore City, awarded $4,000 to
and Cultural Sustainability. In 1996, the two organizations established
present Maryland’s leaders and citizens with many questions it was built in 1828, the tower was the tallest structure in the U.S. assist with the Fells Point History Program to document 18th
the program to assist local governments and
about the future of Maryland’s cities and towns, one of century residential and commercial properties in the Fells
An advisory committee is made up of state agencies and preservation organizations. Since then, more than The Chesapeake Bay Field Lab, Inc., Dee of St. Mary’s
which must be: what aspects of our past will we leave for Point Historic District.
statewide nonprofit and trade organizations that affect or are $535,000 in grants has been awarded to historic Skipjack Restoration awarded $ 2,500 to assist with removing
preservation projects throughout the state. The the vessel from the water and stabilizing it in preparation Friends of Stanley Institute, Inc., Dorchester County,
affected by historic resources and preservation programs.
grants have often been used as matching funds and for a major keel restoration. The vessel, a member of North awarded $2,000 to assist with the costs of window restoration
In September 2010 the Maryland Historical Trust began This includes a broad spectrum of representatives from
seed money to initiate or support projects in their America’s last commercial sailing fleet, is currently used for of the ca. 1875 Christ Rock U.M. Church. In conjunction with
an 18-month process to develop a new state historic the Maryland Departments of Disabilities, Environment,
education purposes. the restored Stanley Institute School, the building will be used
Natural Resources, Agriculture and Housing and Community infancy or preliminary stages. Projects supported
preservation plan to answer this and many other questions
by the fund include bricks and mortar preservation to interpret the history of African Americans in the county.
about the future of historic resources and preservation Development and the Maryland Energy Administration. Christ Church I.u., Kent County, awarded $2,435 to assist
Non-profits include 1,000 Friends of Maryland, Maryland and restoration, heritage tourism, organizational with restoration of plaster ornamentation in the church’s Frostburg Museum Association, Inc., Allegany County,
programs in Maryland. PreserveMaryland is a broad-
Humanities Council, Associated General Contractors, development, and educational, research and sanctuary. Built in the mid-1800s, the Gothic Revival church awarded $2,500 to assist the purchase and installation of
based initiative to identify the issues, trends, pressures,
Maryland Municipal League, Maryland Association of planning efforts related to resource preservation. is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. a new furnace. Located in the former Hill Street School,
opportunities and priorities that affect historic resources
of all types across the state and formulate new strategies Counties and numerous others. Nearly 50 organizations the Frostburg Museum houses artifacts chronicling the
Coppin Heights Community Development Corporation,
are represented on this committee. town’s history.
for addressing them. The end product of this process The most recent Heritage Fund grants total $94,500 Baltimore City, awarded $5,000 in support of a redevelopment/
will be a plan that will guide the development of historic to assist projects of 36 non-profit organizations. Total feasibility plan for the Hebrew Orphan Asylum. The building George’s Creek Promotion Council, Inc., Allegany County,
preservation policies and programs over the next 10 years The planning process will continue through 2011. Focus served as the first Jewish orphanage in Baltimore and has been awarded $1,000 toward roof repairs at the Lonaconing Silk
project costs will exceed $3 million. The grants are:
and provide strategic guidance to public agencies, local groups will be conducted with Main Street managers, nominated to the National Register of Historic Places. Mill, the nation’s only intact silk mill. The building retains
governments, nonprofit organizations and the private preservation planners from local governments, advocacy Adkins Historical and Museum Complex, Inc., Wicomico its machinery, company records and worker’s personal effects
organizations, realtors and other interest groups. More County, awarded $2,500 to assist with restoring the ca. 1891 Costen House Museum, Inc., Worcester County, awarded
sector on how to best protect and enhance the places and from the time of its closing in 1957. The site was placed on the
Rockawalkin Train Depot building, one of the few remaining $2,500 to assist with the cost of stabilizing the foundation
traditions that form our legacy. focus groups are planned over the coming months with Endangered Maryland list in 2007.
examples of rural, agricultural railroad architecture on the of the Victorian home of Dr. T. Isaac Costen, first mayor
historic preservation commissions, local elected officials,
Eastern Shore. of Pocomoke City. The museum interprets the history of Georges Creek Promotion Council-Lonaconing Heritage
Preservation Maryland is participating in this important consultants, contractors, developers and educators. At
Pocomoke City from the late 1800s through the 1920s. House Committee, Allegany County, awarded $4,000 to
planning effort as a member of the steering committee the conclusion of this effort in early 2012, the trust, in its Anacostia Watershed Society, Inc., Prince George’s assist with the cost of purchase and installation of a furnace
appointed by the Maryland Historical Trust board of capacity as Maryland’s State Historic Preservation Office, County, awarded $1,500 to assist with chimney stabilization Echo Hill Outdoor School, Inc., Kent County, awarded
in the Lonaconing Heritage House. Located adjacent to the
trustees. The committee is comprised of statewide will submit the document to the National Park Service as of the ca. 1755 George Washington House. The Georgian $1,000 to repair the bow of the Skipjack Elsworth, including
Lonaconing Iron Furnace, the building serves as a visitors’
organizations whose mission and programs are focused the official State Historic Preservation Plan. vernacular-style house in Bladensburg is believed to have been the long head, false stem, and knights head. Built in 1901, the
center and interactive museum focusing on the coal and iron
visited by George Washington. Elsworth is used in educational programs offered by the Echo
mining heritage of the Georges Creek Valley.
Hill Outdoor School.
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A Report from the Field: • To benefit the Mount Zion united Methodist Church • Named a member of the Kent County Alternative
the eastern shore of East New Market, Dorchester County, Preservation
Maryland and the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy
Energy Task Force, Beckley recommended zoning
amendments to county commissioners.
Cove Point Lighthouse, Dee of St. Mary’s Skipjack, Hebrew Orphan’s Asylum, Friends of Stanley Institute–Christ Rock U.M. Church, St. Paul’s Church, and the Town of Williamsport.
organized an Earth Day clean up of the church’s
Preservation Maryland’s Eastern Shore Field Director • At Preservation Maryland’s request, the National Trust
Elizabeth Beckley had a busy second year. Her work for Historic Preservation’s Partners for Sacred Places
involved historic sites in each of the nine counties of • Preservation Maryland advocated against the planned was asked to provide educational programming and
Historical Society of Harford County, Inc., Bel Air, Mid-Shore Community Foundation, Inc., Talbot County, St. Paul’s Church, Queen Anne’s County, awarded $2,500
awarded $2,000 to assist with the costs of exterior restoration to assist with the cost of restoration of seven ca. 1893 Tiffany the Eastern Shore. Here are some highlights: US State Department facility in Ruthsburg, Queen survey and documentation of Eastern Shore African
awarded $3,000 to assist with the cost of restoration of
the exterior of the Hays House. One of the oldest surviving and repair of the 1801 Federal Easton home of Thomas James stained-glass windows in the sanctuary. The church dates to 1834. Anne’s County. American Methodist churches. Beckley worked with
• Providence Farm, long at risk for demolition, was
residences in Bel Air, the 1798 house is a museum. Bullitt, now headquarters for the Mid-Shore Community several of these to explore options for National Register
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, Prince George’s County, transferred from the Queen Anne’s County Historical • Beckley participated in local efforts to stabilize the
Foundation. listings, possible grant funding and local designation.
Historical Society of Kent County, Inc., Kent County, awarded $3,000 to assist with the cost of replacing the church’s Society to private ownership. The house is currently pre-Civil War granary at Turners Creek in Kent County.
awarded $2,000 to assist with the cost of exterior restoration Mt. Gilboa A.M.E. Church, Baltimore County, awarded roof. The original trusses in the 1887 building are in jeopardy being restored and a perpetual easement is being • Beckley provided training to the Berlin Historic District
• Repointing and reroofing of the orangery and technical
to the Geddes-Piper House. The 1783 house museum serves as $3,000 to support the cost of masonry and window repairs to of damage from leaks in the 97-year-old roof. developed for its protection. Graduate students from Commission and provided technical assistance in saving
Mt. Gilboa A.M.E. Church, the oldest active African American assistance on the stabilization of the smoke house were
the headquarters for the society. the University of Maryland used the structure in their the Elizabeth White House from demolition and
church in Baltimore County, built in 1859. Town of Charlestown, Cecil County, awarded $3,000 to pay conducted at Wye House.
historic preservation curriculum. inappropriate window replacement on the Atlantic Hotel.
Historical Society of Talbot County, Inc., Talbot County, for an engineering report on the foundation of the Cecil House,
The Oxford Museum, Inc., Talbot County, awarded $2,340 a ca. 1810 two-story, frame, Federal-style former tavern. • Beckley served as a consultant to the Talbot County
awarded $2,500 to assist with the cost of exterior masonry • Beckley organized local efforts to stabilize and save the • Preservation Maryland co-sponsored a historic windows
repair and restoration of the James Neall House in Easton. to assist with the cost of design and installation of a Civil War Historical Society on the repointing and replastering of
Miller’s House in Wye Mills. The work included workshop with the Maryland Historical Trust and the
trail marker to document Oxford’s role as a port of departure for Town of Williamsport, Washington County, awarded the Neall House in Easton.
$2,000 to assist with the costs of roof repairs to the barn of
developing a local advocacy group, negotiating the sale Maryland Association of Historic District Commissions
Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition, slaves from the Eastern Shore who were conscripted to serve in
Williams Springfield Farm, the former property of General and obtaining approval for a grant from the Maryland for the Easton Historic District Commission.
Inc., Baltimore City, awarded $2,500 to assist with the cost the Union army.
Otho Holland, the founder of Williamsport. The barn is Heritage Areas Authority and required matching funds
of architectural plans for the Dayspring Square, the historic
Rural Life Museum of Trappe, Md., Inc., Talbot County, currently used for community events and is the town’s museum. for acquisition of the property by the Friends of Wye
Patrick Henry School #37, one of the few examples of an
awarded $5,000 to assist with the cost of restoration of the Mill. The housewas listed on the National Register of
elaborately detailed Georgian Revival public school.
carriage house for additional exhibit space. The museum Waverly Main Street, Baltimore City, awarded $3,225 to Historic Places.
is dedicated to the collection and preservation of items of assist with the costs of preparing a nomination for Historic
Historic Sotterley, Inc., St. Mary’s County, awarded $2,500
historical significance to the community of Trappe. Waverly to the National Register of Historic Places. • The Washington College Archeology Field School was
to assist with the cost of restoration of four outbuildings
held at Mount Harmon Plantation in Cecil County.
at Sotterley Plantation, the only Tidewater plantation in The Woman’s Industrial Exchange, Baltimore City,
Shady Side Rural Heritage Society, Inc., Anne Arundel Hundreds of artifacts were recovered. The Education
Maryland that is fully open to the public. awarded $2,000 to assist with the cost of a structural
County, awarded $1,500 to support the cost of repairing and Discovery Center was created from the former
the fire suppression system at the Captain Salem Avery assessment of the building’s exterior façade.
James B. Richardson Foundation, Inc., Cambridge, stables complex, and an exhibit about the site was
House—the society’s headquarters. The circa 1859 frame
awarded $4,000 to assist with the educational sessions united States Lighthouse Society, Dorchester County, developed with the assistance of the Chesapeake Bay
structure serves as a maritime-themed museum and center
for middle school students at the 5th Annual Cambridge awarded $5,000 to assist with the cost of ladder replacement Gateways Network. Education staff was hired to develop
for community activities and is on the National Register of
Schooner Rendezvous. and hatch to the Hooper Island Lighthouse. The lighthouse elementary school curriculum.
is the only pneumatic caisson lighthouse in Maryland with a
Kennard Alumni Association, Inc., Queen Anne’s County, • Beckley worked with the Asbury united Methodist
Society for the Preservation of Federal Hill and Fells cast iron tower, a watch room and lantern surmounted on the
awarded $1,500 to assist with window restoration on the Church to assess its preservation issues and help the
Point, Inc., Baltimore City, awarded $3,000 to support tower and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kennard High School. Constructed in 1936, the building was trustees plan for restoring and stabilizing the Kent
the costs of façade improvements to 1627 and 1629-31
the only secondary school for African Americans in the county.
Aliceanna Street. County site and seeking grant funds to undertake
Once restored, the building will serve as a museum and site of
restoration of the building and its designation as a local PM’s Elizabeth Beckley (front row center) and Marilyn Benaderet (on Beckley’s left) join the staff of the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy in
historic site. cleaning up the historic African American cemetery at Mount Zion Church in East New Market, Dorchester County.
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FINANCIAL STATEMENT for the year ended September 30, 2010 Preservation Maryland Members and Contributors Mr. Alan C. Gill
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gillett
Mr. Michael D. Sullivan and
Mrs. Jamie H. Garner
Contributions received January 1, 2010, through December 31, 2010. Mr. John Guild Ms. Joanna L. Tilghman
Cash and Cash Equivalents $ 23,633 Every attempt was made to ensure the accuracy of this list. Please contact us at PM@PreservationMaryland.org Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Tipper
or call 410.685.2886 if there is an error or omission.
investments at Fair Value
REVENuES Mrs. Elizabeth W. Harvey Ms. Alexandra C. Totten
Ms. Eva P. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Barclay H. Trippe, Jr.
Accrued investment income 40,056 Heritage Society Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Cohen Ms. Jennifer Stanley
Dues 5% $2500 or above Mrs. Anne H. Stick Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Turner, Jr.
Prepaid Expenses 13,306 Ms. Donna Cypress Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Waxter
Equipment and Historic Collections, Net 189,974 Anonymous (2) Mr. Charles A. Porter Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. G. Robert Tyson
Income 9% Russell C. Dashiell, Esq.
Total assets $ 7,842,617 Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Hoyt Mr. and Mrs. John R. Valliant
CANUSA Corporation Charitable Fund/ Ann M. Fligsten, Esq. Sponsor
LIaBILITIeS aND NeT aSSeTS Baltimore Community Foundation $100-249 Ms. Elizabeth A. Hughes and Mr. Thomas Vitanza, AIA, and
Mr. Christian Havemeyer
liabilities Ms. Bonnie Angelo Mr. Victor M. Makovitch Ms. Rebecca L. Stevens, AIA
Ms. Louise Lake Hayman Mr. R. Dixon H. Harvey
Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses $ 26,578
Maryland Historical Trust Mr. Martin P. Azola J. L. Tours Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Wagner
Grants Payable 98,757 Philip W. Hoon, Esq.
due to Maryland Historical Trust 998,940 Contributions National Trust for Historic Preservation Mr. and Mrs. Gregory H. Barnhill Mr. Bobby Jester The Honorable and Mrs. Thomas Ward
Hord Coplan Macht
Total Liabilities $ 1,124,275 and Grants 45% Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Baxter Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kotarba Ms. Barbara K. Weeks
Ms. Kathryn Washburn and Ms. Linda B. Lyons
net assets Mr. William Niskanen Ms. Laurie Blitz Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey E. Kremen Mr. and Mrs. John Wharton
Ms. Amy Macht and Mr. George Grose
Unrestricted Mr. Bruce I. Blum Ms. Dorothy B. Krug Mrs. Howard Yerges
Mr. William D. Waxter III Morton and Sophia Macht Foundation
Undesignated $ 5,594,314
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Boitnott Mr. Ralph Kurtz Ms. Patricia L. Zeno
Board designated 357,340 Mr. Wells Obrecht, CFA
Temporarily Restricted 386,217 President’s Circle Mr. and Mrs. Perry J. Bolton Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lesher
Mr. Samuel J. Parker, Jr., AICP
Permanently Restricted 380,471 $1,000-2,499 Brennan + Company Architects Mr. and Mrs. John B. Maclay, Jr. Patron
Total Net assets $ 6,718,342 The Honorable William Donald Schaefer $50-99
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Beard, Jr. The Honorable John H. Briscoe Mrs. Mary W. Marr
Total Liabilities and Net assets $ 7,842,617 Investment Income Used Mr. Thad L. Bench
Mr. Donald Trufant Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Aefsky
for Operations 41% Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brower The Maryland Club
STaTeMeNT oF aCTIvITIeS Black Oak Associates, Inc. Ms. Carol Allen
Supporter Brown Advisory Mr. and Mrs. James B. McCeney
revenues Mr. Wililam G. Allman
Mr. Robert C. Bishop $250-499 Ms. Karen Theimer Brown Mr. David A. Miller
Contributions and Grants
32,200 ExPENSES Ms. Priscilla K. Carroll Mr. H. Furlong Baldwin Mrs. Rebecca Cecil Brown Mr. and Ms. William C. Moody
Mr. George Amyx
Conference income 64,210 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Fleming Ms. Patricia B. Andrews
Ms. Marsha E. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. James P. Burger Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moser
Other income 240 Properties and ArchPlan, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Gearhart
investment income Used for Operations 282,089 Collections 4% The Honorable and Mrs. Walter E. Black, Jr. Ms. Elise A. Butler Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects
Fundraising 7% Mr. Edward M. Hord, FAIA Artifex, Ltd.
Total for Operations $ 685,017 Mr. and Mrs. John Compton Mr. Benjamin R. Cadwalader Oak Grove Restoration Company
Other investment income $ 415,670 Mr. T. Courtenay Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. W. McNeill Baker
Ellin & Tucker, Chartered Charles Paul Goebel, Architect, LTD Ms. Patricia O’Brien
Total revenues $ 1,100,687 Matthew L. Kimball, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Biggs
Mr. Robert S. Gray Mr. Dick Charlton Ms. Judith S. Olmer
expenses Advocacy 11% Henry R. Lord, Esq. Ms. Brenda J. Bodian
Mr. Jack S. Griswold Chesapeake Bank & Trust Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Patterson
program Services Mr. Davy McCall Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Bollman
GWWO, Inc./Architects Mr. and Mrs. Caesar P. Cora Mrs. Aubrey Pearre III
Funding $ 90,324 Ms. Patricia H. Bond
Mr. Thomas P. McCracken, AIA Ms. Louise L. Hayman The Honorable and Mrs. Thomas Curtis Mr. Skip Pearre
Education and Outreach 360,621
Advocacy 76,579 Ms. Theresa T. Michel Mr. Michael Bourne
Professor John W. Hill, FAIA, and Mr. Craig Damon Plano-Coudon, LLC
Properties and Collections 27,244 Education and Mr. John Breihan
Mr. Jeffrey A. Penza, AIA Mrs. Catherine Mahan, FASLA Dr. and Mrs. William S. Dudley
Total Program Support $ 554,768 General and Outreach 53% Mr. Orlando Ridout V and
Ms. Patricia Schooley Brown Craig Turner
Support Services Administrative 12% Houck Group, Inc. Amb. and Mrs. Robert W. Duemling Ms. Barbara Cooper
Mr. Thomas S. Spencer Ms. M. Audrey Brown
Fundraising $ 45,926 Mr. Bradley S. McDearman The Honorable Adelaide Eckardt Dr. and Mrs. William F. Rienhoff III
General and Administrative 84,323 Mr. and Mrs. William D. Waxter III Mr. Robert A. Burke
The Pennyghael Foundation, Inc Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Emery Ms. Nancy Schamu
Total Support Services $ 130,249 Mr. and Mrs. K. King Burnett
Total expenses $ 685,017 Mr. George K. Reynolds Dr. Ralph E. Eshelman Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Schwartz
Benefactor Ms. Joan H. Burroughs
Mr. and Mrs. Ricks E. Savage Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas B. Fessenden Mrs. Audrey Scott
NET ASSETS - Begining of Year $ 6,302,672 Funding 13% $500-999 Ms. Susan R. Buswell
NET ASSETS - End of Year $ 6,718,342 Mr. Robert H. Schnabel and Ms. Florence Bryan Fowlkes Mr. Raymond R. Simmons
Mr. David W. Benn Mr. James Edgar Byron
CHaNGe IN NeT aSSeTS $ 415,670 Ms. Stephanie Stullich George S. Rich Family Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Mary Catherine Bunting
Patron (cont.) KLNBretail Dr. and Mrs. Homer L. Twigg Ms. Carol Ebright Mrs. Gretchen S. Redden Mr. D.C. Messerschmidt Montgomery Preservation, Inc. Maryland Environmental Trust In-Kind STaFF
$50-99 Mrs. Kathleen Kreul Ms. Mildred L. Tyssowski Ms. Kimberly M. Edwards Ms. MaryRuth Reis Ms. Judith P. Miller Mount Clare Museum House Maryland Historical Society Tyler Gearhart
Calvert County Historic Ms. Andrea Lewis Ms. Bunny Waltersdorf Mrs. Vivian Eicke Mrs. Phyllis N. Rowe Mr. Hagner R. Mister Port Deposit Heritage Corporation Maryland Historical Trust Executive Director
District Commission Mr. George W. Liebmann Mr. and Mrs. John K. Waters, Jr. Ms. April Fehr Mr. George H. Sack, Jr. Mrs. Mary S. Morgan Prince George’s County Historical McCracken Consulting, LLC Marilyn Benaderet
Bucher/Borges Group PLLC
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cheston, Jr. Preservation Services Director
Dr. Frances Litrenta Mr. David C. Weber Prof. David P. Fogle Mr. Wayne Schaumburg Mr. and Mrs. Douglass C. Reed Society Inc. National Trust CIC Ellin & Tucker, Chartered
Ms. Judith A. Christensen Ms. Karen Carroll Marshall Dr. Stuart H. Weinstein Mrs. Catherine H. Gross Mr. David A. Schultz Mr. Robert A. Reed Prince George’s Heritage, Inc. National Trust Insurance Services, LLC Jessica Feldt
Good Ground Consulting
Mr. George Ciscle Education and Outreach Director
Mrs. Ruth B. Mascari Mr. Richard S. Weiss and Ms. Caelie M. Haines Mr. and Mrs. Chris Scovill Mr. John G. Rolker Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland Niles Barton & Wilmer, LLP Mr. David Benn, AIA
Ms. Lisa M. Craig Elizabeth Beckley
Mr. Malcolm William Mason Ms. Natalie Angier Mr. Charles B. Hessler Mr. Thomas G. Scuderi Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Torres African American History & Cuture Paula S. Reed Rob Ross Hendrickson, Esq. Eastern Shore Field Director
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. E. Trail Mathias Mr. and Mrs. L. Thomas Wellons III Mr. Arthur C. Houghton II Mr. John Sener Mr. Scott Waldman Shady Side Rural Heritage Society Penza + Bailey Architects, Inc. Matthew L. Kimball, Esq.
Louise Lake Hayman
Mr. Kenneth C. Dean Ms. Shari McLane Ms. Patricia E. Williams Ms. Cathy Hudson Ms. Sara J. Shaw Mrs. Olivia S. Yeager St. Mary’s County Government Land Use Reznick Group, Inc. Henry R. Lord, Esq. Development and Communications Director
Mr. Kees de Mooy Ms. Vivian S. Michael Ms. Elisabeth Williamson Ms. Carol A. Ingald Ms. Mary Corbin Sies, Ph.D. & Growth Management SouthFen, Inc. Mr. Thomas McCracken, AIA Jana Carey
Dr. and Mrs. David F. Dianich Mr. Joseph E. Moore Mr. Jay Wright, Jr. Mr. Stephen S. Israel Mr. Steven L. Spurlock, AIA Annual Meeting Sponsors Talbot County Historic The Christman Company Business Manager
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Duff, Jr. Mr. Bruce Yarnall St. Mary’s County Historical Society Brown Advisory
Mr. Robert Nock Ms. Stephanie D. Jackel Preservation Commission ThorpeWood BoarD oF DIreCTorS Amelia Rambissoon
Mr. Phillip Dunn Ms. Druscilla J. Null Mr. Timothy C. Kerr Mr. Richard Utyro CANUSA Corporation Town of Bel Air Thomas S. Spencer Jeffrey A. Penza, AIA Administrative Assistant
Ms. Joan duPont Ocean City Development Corporation Advocate Mr. Thomas Kettler Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Ward Cho Benn Holback and Associates Town of Bladensburg Town of Easton President
Ms. Valerie Eickelberger $35-49 Hord Coplan Macht Henry R. Lord
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O’Malley Mr. Melvin L. Knight Westwind Construction Co., Inc. Town of Perryville Trostel & Pearre, Architects
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Evans Ms. Elizabeth Claire Albert Lewis Contractors Kathryn Washburn
Mr. Lawrence Packard Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kohn Mr. Ronald Wiggins WGM Architecture + Interiors
Dr. and Mrs. William A. Andersen Vice Presidents
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Farrell Mr. Cyril B. Paumier, Jr. Ms. Sheila S. Lanahan Mr. Edward T. McMahon Conference Sponsors Wimsey Cove Framing and Art
Ms. Judith A. Armold Thomas P. McCracken, AIA
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Fellows Mr. and Mrs. W. Peter Pearre, AIA Mr. Tom Lis Friend Niles Barton and Wilmer and Advertisers Secretary
Ms. Mary Fenton Mr. Morton J. Baum up to $34 Penza + Bailey Architects, Inc. A.D. Marble & Company Endangered Maryland Sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pettit Ms. Kathy Mackel Edward M. Hord, FAIA
Mrs. Matthew C. Fenton Mr. Myron Beckenstein Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Appenzellar University of Maryland, School of AAubreyBodine.com The Azola Companies
Ms. Alyson W. Reed Ms. Katherine Mahood Treasurer
Ms. Karen Footner Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Berry Mr. and Mrs. A. Stanley Brager Architecture, Planning and Preservation AKRF, Inc. Brownstone Project
Ms. Dana A. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mallery Thomas S. Spencer
Mrs. Diane H. Fortuin Ms. Betty Bird Mr. and Mrs. John Bruns Ziger Snead APT-DC Assistant Treasurer
Reznick Group, PC Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Manger
Mr. W. Thomas Fountain Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund J. Bloom Ms. Nancy T. Carey Artisan Glass Works, Inc. Partners in the Field William K. Beard, Jr.
The Honorable Barry D. Richmond Mr. Kenneth J. Marsalek
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Freedlander Mr. Carleton W. Brown Ms. Linda S. Cleveland Colleagues Baltimore County Historical Trust Anonymous Thad L. Bench
Mrs. Eleanor N. Richwine Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Masek, Jr.
Ms. Ruth L. Frey Ms. Trish Byrnes Mrs. Linda M. Collins The B&O Railroad Museum, Inc. Bucher/Borges Group PLLC CANUSA Corporation Charitable Fund/ David W. Benn, AIA Recipient of the
Mr. Damon E. Roach Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. Mason
Calvert County Government Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Coulbourn III Bainbridge Development Corporation Baltimore Community Foundation Priscilla Carroll, Esq.
National Trust for Historic
Herbert M. Friedman, Esq. Ms. Judith H. Robinson Mrs. Ann F. McCarthy Catherine Adams Masek
Caroline County Historical Society, Inc. Mrs. Margaret Dulaney Baltimore County Historical Trust Ms. Louise Lake Hayman
Preservation Trustees’ Award
Dr. and Mrs. Earl P. Galleher, Jr. Chaney Enterprises Donna A. Cypress
Mr. W. Brad Schlegel Mrs. Louise B. McCarthy for Organizational Excellence
Mrs. Lena Gill Ms. Margaret P. Carr Ms. Jennifer Dunn Baltimore Main Streets Charles Paul Goebel, Architect, Ltd. Mr. Davy McCall Russell C. Dashiell, Jr., Esq.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Sharp Mrs. Jean B. McCausland
Ms. Heidi L. Glatfelter Mr. Robert J. Carson Mrs. Particia Eberling City of Cumberland Community Heritage Partners, LLC National Trust for Historic Preservation Hon. Adelaide C. Eckardt
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sheldon Mr. John W. McGrain, Jr.
Mr. Robert W. Hershey Ms. Robyn Chrabascz Mr. Carl Fleischhauer and City of Rockville Delmarva Power Ms. Kathryn Washburn and Bruce W. Fleming
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Shettle II Mrs. Gloria McJilton
Historic Owensville Civic Association Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Clemens Ms. Paula J. Johnson Clear Spring District Historical Association Easton Market Square Mr. William Niskanen John W. Hill, FAIA
Mr. Joseph Showalter Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. McKay
Mr. Steven J. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Correl Mr. Volker R. Geissler Coastal Heritage Alliance Expert House Movers Mr. William D. Waxter III Samuel K. Himmelrich, Jr.
Mr. Thomas Skallerup and Mr. Charles R. Michael
Ms. Jeanette Honsa Mr. Michael Coxe Mr. Ron Hamlen and Ms. Sue Fuhrmann Double Mills, Inc. Goucher College T. Courtenay Jenkins III
Mrs. Deirdre Clarkin Ms. Rose Mary Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Dale Mrs. Virgina B. Hundley Friends of Stanley Institute Wye Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Ingersoll Slater Associates Mr. Travers Nelson Hayles & Howe, Inc. Donald W. Linebaugh, Ph.D.
Ms. Marion P. DeGroff Ms. Susan G. Keyser Friends of Teackle Mansion Mrs. R. Carmichael Tilghman
Ms. Susan Jackson-Stein Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Solem Ms. Victoria Nevy Hord Coplan Macht Sylvia Cooke Martin
Mr. Stephen G. Delsordo Mr. Calvin Kern Kobsa Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tilghman
Drs. Robert and Bayly Janson-La Palme Mrs. Ann Carter Stonesifer Ms. Pamela Ortiz Houck Theresa T. Michel
Mr. James A. Kandlbinder Mr. and Mrs. M. Howard Devilbiss Mr. and Mrs. William L. Lermond Historic Preservation Training Center ILEX Construction & Woodworking Samuel J. Parker, Jr., AICP
Ms. Emilia A. Styles Ms. Sarah W. Pearre
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kelly, Jr. Mr. Donald Dobson Mr. Stephen V. Levee Historical Society of Kent County Keystone Waterproofing Nicholas G. Penniman IV
Terra Nova Ventures, LLC Ms. Faye Councell Polillo
Kennard High School Alumni Association Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Downs Mr. Leonard Paul Long Mar-Va Theater Performing Arts Center, Inc. Lewis Contractors Patricia Schooley Fpo
Mr. Alan K. Thomas Mr. Walter R. Price
Keystone Waterproofing, Inc. Mr. A. Adgate Duer Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. McKean Maryland Humanities Council Main Street Maryland/DHCD Audrey E. Scott
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