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Eden Hill Farmhouse

Spruce Creek, Pennsylvania

The farm house was built in 1863 during the Civil War. The owner of a local iron mine built the home and a large mule barn for the iron master. The barn housed 100 mules. In 1974, the current farm owners began a series of renovations.

Oheka Castle Gardens

Huntington, New York

Oheka Castle, also known as the Otto Kahn Estate, was the country home of financier and philanthropist Otto Kahn. Built by Kahn between 1914 and 1919, it was and remains the second largest private home in the United States, comprising 127 rooms and over 109,000 square feet as originally configured.

Mission San Juan Capistrano

San Juan Capistrano, CA

Mission San Juan Capistrano is a Spanish mission in San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California. Founded November 1, 1776 in colonial Las Californias by Spanish Catholic missionaries of the Franciscan Order, it was named for Saint John of Capistrano.

General Ship Repair Corporation

Baltimore, Maryland

The General Ship Repair Corporation, a fixture on the Baltimore water front for nearly a century, provides ship repairs, tug and barge dry dockings and industrial services (Baltimore Metal Works Division), and has been in business since 1924.

Sandy Spring Friends Meeting House

Sandy Spring, Maryland

The brick Sandy Spring Meeting House was constructed in 1817 and has been in continual use since then. The Meeting’s Community House was built in 1859 originally as the Sandy Spring Lyceum, which was used for educational lectures.

Oakley Cabin

Brookeville, Maryland

An African American roadside community lived and worked on this historic site from emancipation well into the 20th century. Their culture and traditions heavily influenced those of surrounding communities, and their story is deeply woven into Montgomery County’s rich history. At the center of this site is Oakley Cabin, which was inhabited until 1976 and now serves as a living history museum.

Woodlawn Stone Barn

Sandy Spring, Maryland

Stone bank barn, built 1832, at Woodlawn Manor in Sandy Spring, Maryland. The barn is believed to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad.

Woodlawn Manor

Sandy Spring, Maryland

The Manor House was constructed in the early 19th century by the Thomas family, who built many of the late 18th /early 19th century brick homes in the Sandy Spring area. Francis Scott Key was a frequent visitor to the Manor House.

Woodlawn Servants Cabin

Sandy Spring, Maryland

The small tenant house, which may have housed domestic servants or tenant farmers, reveals, in its proximity, the owners' reliance upon servants and workers for the everyday functioning of the farm.

Brookeville Academy

Brookeville, Maryland

The Brookeville Academy is located in the heart of the Historic District in Brookeville, Maryland, a town located twenty miles (32 km) north of Washington, D.C. and two miles (3.2 km) north of Olney in northeastern Montgomery County, Maryland. It was built in 1810 as one of the first private schools in Montgomery County, Maryland.

The Olney Inn

Olney, Maryland

Headwaters Farm was the home of Harold L. Ickes, US Secretary of the Interior from 1933-1946. One of the most influential voices for President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, Ickes was a strong supporter of civil rights and fair housing. As the driving force behind the Public Works Administration, he implemented major programs for job creation, critical to ending the Great Depression.

The Clifton

Silver Spring, Maryland

Clifton is the oldest of many houses built by the founding Thomas family of the greater Sandy Spring Quaker community, and one of the oldest extant houses in Montgomery County.

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