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Home > Maryland > Newmarket+vicinity > S. F. Barber House, Newmarket, St. Mary's County, MD



B&W Photos
South Elevation , Note Deterioration Of Roof And Walls
HB594839
South Elevation , Note Deterioration Of Roof And Walls
East (gable) Elevation
HB594840
East (gable) Elevation
East Elevation, Detail Of Wall With Chimney Opening
HB594841
East Elevation, Detail Of Wall With Chimney Opening
North Elevation, View Showing Riven Clapboard Under Plate
HB594842
North Elevation, View Showing Riven Clapboard Under Plate
Ground Floor, East Room, Southwest Corner
HB594843
Ground Floor, East Room, Southwest Corner
Ground Floor, East Room, East Wall (almost Completely Destroyed)
HB594844
Ground Floor, East Room, East Wall (almost Completely Destroyed)


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Photo Caption Pages


Item Title


Location
Newmarket+vicinity, MD

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS MD-872

Subjects
Building Deterioration
Houses
Wooden Buildings


Related Names
Langenbach, Randolph, Photographer


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. SOUTH ELEVATION , NOTE DETERIORATION OF ROOF AND WALLS
2. EAST (GABLE) ELEVATION
3. EAST ELEVATION, DETAIL OF WALL WITH CHIMNEY OPENING
4. NORTH ELEVATION, VIEW SHOWING RIVEN CLAPBOARD UNDER PLATE
5. GROUND FLOOR, EAST ROOM, SOUTHWEST CORNER
6. GROUND FLOOR, EAST ROOM, EAST WALL (ALMOST COMPLETELY DESTROYED)


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