The Montgomery County Department of General Services held a public meeting in October 2017 to share presentations from the two finalists for the redevelopment of the former Silver Spring Library. On the park-like setting, the mid-century structure was designed in the late 1950s by a Silver Spring-based architect, Rhees Evans Burket.
It’s time to turn on the twinkly lights and invite friends and family over to celebrate. This year, why not follow your sweet tooth, while showing off your favorite era of architectural history? At Preservation Maryland, we’ve assembled the ultimate collection of gingerbread architecture examples spanning major American architectural styles: