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Preservation Maryland hosted a Year-in-Review live video event for the organizations’ members and supports on Facebook in early-December 2020. Watch this recording of a conversation among Preservation Maryland’s Executive Director and key staff members about the highs and lows of the year – and major projects on the horizon in the New Year.

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Preservation Maryland, with the assistance and generous support of the Maryland Department of Transportation and State Highway Administration, is pleased to announce the findings of a recently completed dendrochronology report which confirms 417 North Jonathan is constructed with some of Hagerstown’s oldest timbers.

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Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce it has received a grant award from Maryland Humanities’ Voices and Votes Electoral Engagement Project to support the expansion of the organization’s Ballot & Beyond women’s history project.

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12/06/2020
By Preservation Maryland

In Memoriam: Doug Hayes, Preservationist & Historian

In early December, 2020, a long-time preservationist and friend of Preservation Maryland, Doug Hayes, formerly of Laurel, Maryland and late of Walkersville, Maryland passed away unexpectedly.

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