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Buildings -- Anne Arundel -- Annapolis -- Chase-Lloyd House (Annapolis; built in 1774); Oagle Hall (house exterior; built 1779, Noro Alumni House; at U. S. Navel Academy); (Chase-Lloyd House where Francis Scott Key marry Mary Tayloe Lloyd in 1802 (built 1769-1773); White Hall, built in 1764 by Governor Sharpe, owned by Charles Scarlett, Jr. when photo was taken; street scene of Pinkney Street; Chase-Lloyd House mantel; Jonas Green House, built circa 1740 for Green, publisher and printer of Maryland Gazette; Peggy Stewart House, built circa 1765 and owned by Mr. and Mrs. J. Pierre Bernard when photo was taken; "Aunt Lucy's Bake Shop" built 1750; Georgian doorway of Hammond-Harwood House, undated

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  • undated

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