An Architectural History of Harford County, Maryland

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Perched at the head of the Bay--where the Susquehanna River flattens out to form the Chesapeake--Harford County, Maryland, takes in 520-odd square miles of land and water and more than three hundred years of history. Named for Henry Harford, illegitimate son of the last Lord Baltimore, the county is a testament to human and architectural diversity. In An Architectural History of Harford County, Maryland, Christopher Weeks brings together some six hundred photographs and a richly detailed text to explore one of the truly ...

An Architectural History of Harford County, Maryland 1996, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801849138

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