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Hammond-Harwood House has had a number of special visitors recently. First, the students from The Key School called on us in colonial garb so that one student, dressed as William Buckland or Matthias Hammond, could tell the class more about the architect and first owner of the House. See our Facebook album for photos.

Today, the staff of the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) was here to take photographs to add to their collection of documentation on Hammond-Harwood House. HABS is an invaluable resource on American architecture from the earliest days of the colonies into the 20th century; if you’re an architecture buff and have not seen it you are missing out. We appreciate the work of the HABS staff and can’t wait to see the new photographs added to the HABS entry on Hammond-Harwood House!

Posted on May 11, 2011 in by Hammond-Harwood House



Hammond-Harwood House

The mission of the Hammond-Harwood House Association is to preserve and to interpret the architecturally significant Hammond-Harwood House Museum and its collection of fine and decorative arts, and to explore the diverse social history associated with its occupants, both free and enslaved, for the purposes of education and appreciation.
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