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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Colorful Tree Blossoms on an Overcast Morning at the c1730 John Brice II House • Friday April 21st 2017

Colorful Tree Blossoms on an Overcast Morning at the c1730 John Brice II House in Annapolis Maryland April 21st 2017

290 Years Old Georgian Architecture

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While the pink blossoms on this front yard tree caused me to stop and take notice early this morning, I actually found myself more so taking note on how the John Brice II House has stood here in the City Historic District since 1727.

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Sunrise Window Reflections on the C1760 Pinkney-Callahan House Against an Overcast Sky • Friday April 14th 2017

Sunrise Window Reflections on the C1760 Pinkney-Callahan House Against an Overcast Sky in Annapolis Maryland April 14th 2017

Chimneys, Dormers and a Church Steeple

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This early morning setting was a bit of a contrast to say the least where to the east the sunrise, was for the most part, breaking through the clouds over the Chesapeake, while to the west a mostly dark cloudy sky was quite

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Signs of an Earlier Rain in the Morning at the Circa 1775 Jacob Sampson House • Monday March 27th 2017

Signs of an Earlier Rain in the Morning at the Circa 1775 Jacob Sampson House in Annapolis Maryland March 27th 2017

Only Twenty-Two Feet Across Yet Three Bays Wide

Publisher’s Note: This photo journal entry features the fifteenth period building or house to be included in the 18th Century Architecture of Annapolis Series. In the future as weather conditions, natural lighting and an absence of location clutter permits additional buildings and houses from the 1700s will

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Reconstituted 18th Century Victualling Waterfront Warehouse on Old Church Street • Friday March 24th 2017

Reconstituted 18th Century Victualling Waterfront Warehouse on Old Church Street in Annapolis Maryland March 24th 2017

Rebuilt in the Years Following a 1790 Bakery Fire

Publisher’s Note: This photo journal entry features the fourteenth period building or house to be included in the 18th Century Architecture of Annapolis Series. In the future as weather conditions, natural lighting and an absence of location clutter permits additional buildings and houses from the 1700s

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Circa 1745 Brewer’s Tavern in the Historic District as Seen From Hyde Alley • Tuesday February 28th 2017

Circa 1745 Brewer's Tavern in the Historic District as Seen From Hyde Alley in the Annapolis Maryland February 28th 2017

A Morning Walk Through the Alley

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I found myself cutting through the various alleys in downtown Annapolis this morning, although I don’t really know the reason for having done so. Anyway while making my way up Hyde Alley I happened to pass by the old Brewer’s Tavern, circa 1745,

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Market Space Windows and Facades at Dawn Along Present Day Factor’s Row • Monday February 27th 2017

Market Space Windows and Facades at Dawn Along Present Day Factor's Row in Annapolis Maryland February 27th 2017

The Last Trace of Mr. Wallace’s c1771 Factor’s Row

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Back in 1771 Mr. Charles Wallace and his partners would make their way along this same section of Market Space each day where they conducted business as Factor’s importing goods and merchandise, mostly from England, into the then Royal Colony

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Circa 1769 Georgian Architecture Chase Lloyd House on a Winter Morning • Wednesday February 15th 2017

Circa 1769 Georgian Architecture Chase Lloyd House on a Winter Morning in Annapolis Maryland February 15th 2017

Maryland Avenue Historical Curb Presence

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Perhaps no other 18th century Annapolis house has as dominating of an exterior presence as does the Chase-Lloyd House on Maryland Avenue. Standing three full stories in height future US Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase began work on his grand residence in 1769 and

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