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59-61 South Market Street (Commercial Building), Frederick, Frederick County, MD



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B&W Photos

HB596880
View Northwest Showing Southeast (front) Elevation

HB596881
View Northeast Showing Southwest Elevation

HB596882
View East Showing Northwest And Southwest Elevations

HB596883
View West, Storefront Detail

HB596884
View North, Scroll Bracket Detail

HB596885
View West, Window And Cornice Detail

HB596886
First Floor, Store Interior, Looking South

HB596887
First Floor, Store Interior, Looking Northeast

HB596888
First Floor, Front Stairs, Looking Northwest

HB596889
First Floor, Middle Room, Rear Stairs, Looking North

HB596890
Second Floor Front, Fireplace, Looking South

HB596891
Second Floor Front, Mantelpiece Detail

HB596892
Second Floor Rear, Looking West

HB596893
Second Floor Rear, Mantelpiece, Looking North

HB596894
Second Floor, Rear, Mantelpiece Detail

HB596895
Second Floor, Rear, Door Detail

HB596896
Second Floor, Front, Door To Attic Stair, Looking North

HB596897
Stair To Attic, Looking Northwest

HB596898
Attic, Looking South


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Item Title


Location
Frederick, MD

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS MD-902
Building/structure dates: 1816
Significance: 59-61 South Market Street is primarily significant as an early nineteenth century structure (c. 1820) which embodies the distinctive characteristics of Federal style and Victorian Commercial Italianate architecture in a local vernacular interpretation. The building contributes to the nineteenth century character of the South Market Streetscape as described in the National Register nomination for the Frederick Historic District. The building also reflects the development of Market Street in Frederick into a major commercial center for the region. This development is reflected in the building by the Italianate storefront which replaced a residential facade in the late nineteenth century and interior changes, primarily on the first level from residential spaces to large commercial areas. Numerous additions to the south and rear of the building further document an active commercial past as an eating house and lunch room, pawn shop, men's clothing store and variety shop. The building has made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of history in the Frederick community.

Subjects
Commercial Facilities


Related Names
Wise, Harriet, Photographer
Widell, Cherilyn, Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW NORTHWEST SHOWING SOUTHEAST (FRONT) ELEVATION
2. VIEW NORTHEAST SHOWING SOUTHWEST ELEVATION
3. VIEW EAST SHOWING NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST ELEVATIONS
4. VIEW WEST, STOREFRONT DETAIL
5. VIEW NORTH, SCROLL BRACKET DETAIL
6. VIEW WEST, WINDOW AND CORNICE DETAIL
7. FIRST FLOOR, STORE INTERIOR, LOOKING SOUTH
8. FIRST FLOOR, STORE INTERIOR, LOOKING NORTHEAST
9. FIRST FLOOR, FRONT STAIRS, LOOKING NORTHWEST
10. FIRST FLOOR, MIDDLE ROOM, REAR STAIRS, LOOKING NORTH
11. SECOND FLOOR FRONT, FIREPLACE, LOOKING SOUTH
12. SECOND FLOOR FRONT, MANTELPIECE DETAIL
13. SECOND FLOOR REAR, LOOKING WEST
14. SECOND FLOOR REAR, MANTELPIECE, LOOKING NORTH
15. SECOND FLOOR, REAR, MANTELPIECE DETAIL
16. SECOND FLOOR, REAR, DOOR DETAIL
17. SECOND FLOOR, FRONT, DOOR TO ATTIC STAIR, LOOKING NORTH
18. STAIR TO ATTIC, LOOKING NORTHWEST
19. ATTIC, LOOKING SOUTH


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