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On a cold day in Annapolis, Maryland on December 23, 1783, to the surprise of the world, General George Washington, the victor of the revolution, resigned his military commission.

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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:

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AIA Maryland, Barton Ross & Partners, LLC, and Preservation Maryland are pleased to offer a paid internship position for a Historic Architecture Intern on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

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The Old Line State Summit is Maryland’s annual historic preservation conference. This year, Preservation Maryland will offer three workshop-style sessions including an opportunity to get out into historic Frederick to explore its architectural specimens and the interventions that have helped preserve Frederick for current and future generations.

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