Small archive of 1980s-Era Folders/Binders on Annapolis, Maryland Architectural History from the Historic Annapolis Foundation
Small archive of 1980s-Era Folders/Binders on Annapolis, Maryland Architectural History from the Historic Annapolis Foundation
Small archive of 1980s-Era Folders/Binders on Annapolis, Maryland Architectural History from the Historic Annapolis Foundation
Small archive of 1980s-Era Folders/Binders on Annapolis, Maryland Architectural History from the Historic Annapolis Foundation
Small archive of 1980s-Era Folders/Binders on Annapolis, Maryland Architectural History from the Historic Annapolis Foundation
Small archive of 1980s-Era Folders/Binders on Annapolis, Maryland Architectural History from the Historic Annapolis Foundation
Small archive of 1980s-Era Folders/Binders on Annapolis, Maryland Architectural History from the Historic Annapolis Foundation

Small archive of 1980s-Era Folders/Binders on Annapolis, Maryland Architectural History from the Historic Annapolis Foundation

Annapolis, Maryland: Historic Annapolis Foundation, 1980s. 4to - over 9. Very Good. Item #12205

Three folders/binders full of Annapolis, Maryland history and architectural history designed as training material for history guides and docents. The lot consists of two folders and one binder. One binder contains fact sheets and talking points on the history of William Paca, signer of the Declaration of Independence. The other side contains a 24-page history of Annapolis. Folder #2 contains several historical timelines of important buildings in the Maryland capital, including the Banneker-Douglass Museum, the Shiplap House, the Reynolds Tavern, the Peggy Stewart House, the Callahan House, the Hammond Harwood House and the Gassaway-Feldmeyer House.The third piece, a three-ring binder, is a tutorial on how to research historical buildings. All three are in very good or better condition and chock full of valuable information on historic Annapolis and many of its important historic figures.

Price: $45.00

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