Chanceford in Worchester County. Photo from the Society of Architectural Historians.

Society of Architectural Historians Selects 100 of Maryland’s Classic Buildings

03/16/2018
By Preservation Maryland

One hundred of Maryland’s most representative architectural resources have been cataloged online by the Society of Architectural Historians. Their online Archipedia Class Buildings can be searched by state, material, style, century, architect or type.

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The Society of Architectural Historians recently announced the completion of Maryland’s 100 Classic Buildings on the Archipedia. State coordinators Lisa Pfueller Davidson and Catherine C. Lavoie, along with other authors including  Justine Christianson, an historian with the Historic American Engineering Record and former National Historic Landmark historian Jamie Jacobs, have contributed entries for 100 of the state’s most representative buildings and sites. Archipedia Classic Buildings is accessible by the public and contains 100 of the most representative buildings of each state and lesson plans. Over 18,000 building histories are additionally available to SAH members.

A SAMPLING OF CLASS BUILDINGS

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