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Patuxent Research Refuge – Laurel MD

Date added: January 20, 2012

President Franklin Roosevelt created Patuxent Research Refuge (PRR) with Executive Order 7514, December 16, 1936, and Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace dedicated it on June 3, 1939.  The refuge began with 2,670 acres and has since grown to 12,841 acres…. read more

Bethesday-Chevy Chase High School

Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School – Bethesda MD

Date added: December 12, 2011

“This senior high school has been built on a plot of ground not only large enough for athletic fields and tennis courts but of sufficient size to allow for future buildings when the school needs to expand. The main building… read more

Hilton Parkway Bridges, Baltimore

Hilton Parkway Bridges – Baltimore MD

Date added: December 12, 2011

"The valley of Gwynns Falls contains a small stream which is a tributary of the Patapsco River. North and south through traffic in West Baltimore was barred b this valley. A new parkway, including two bridges, was opened for use… read more

Twenty-Ninth St. Bridge, Baltimore

Twenty-Ninth St. Bridge – Baltimore MD

Date added: December 12, 2011

"This bridge is in the north section of Baltimore. It connects the vehicular traffic on the eastern and western sides of the Jones Fall valley and crosses the Pennsylvania Railroad. It is approximately 1,375 feet long. The roadway is 40… read more

Post Office – Easton MD

Date added: December 12, 2011

“It would be difficult to design a small public building better fitted than this to the native architectural traditions of the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The plan is typical of the ‘one man’ post-office type which can be managed by… read more

Camp David Development – Thurmont MD

Date added: December 5, 2011

“One public service site that the public rarely sees because of its very private purpose is in the Catoctin Mountain Park recreational area, sixty miles north of Washington, D.C. This site was developed by the New Deal’s Works Progress Administration… read more