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Adelphi BPI Oversized Document Inventory Spreadsheet.
Annotated Letter from the U.S. Army Electronic Research and Development Command to U.S. Army Materiel Command, Ballast House (1984)
An annotated letter referencing a prior letter sent from the State Historic Preservation Officer of the Maryland Historical Trust that directed Harry Diamond Laboratories to follow the guidelines stated in the letter sent 13 August 1984. HDL Facilities Engineering Office believes that higher headquarters recommend appropriate terms of agreement if a new MOA regarding the Ballast House is to be negotiated.
Archaeological Investigations at St. Thomas Manor (1987)
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Archaeological Site Map, BPI_0277 (1985)
Archaeological site map of the Ballast House at Blossom Point.
An Archeological Overview and Management Plan for the Harry Diamond Laboratories - Blossom Point Test Site (1985)
This archeological overview and management plan provides a tool which can be used by DARCOM and decision makers at the Harry Diamond Laboratories - Blossom Point Test Site to assist in complying with regulations and procedures relating to historic preservation (Technical Manual 5-801-1, Technical Note No. 78-17, Resource Management; 32 CFR 650.181-850.193; Army Regulation 420-40; Army Regulation 200-1; Army Regulation 200-2; 36 CFR 800). This document summarizes data relating to the area's...
Architectural Drawing, East Elevation of the Ballast House, Blossom Point, ND (2018)
An architectural drawing of the east elevation of the Ballast House, at Blossom Point, MD. Using a scale of 1/4" = 1'-0".
Architectural Drawing, First Floor Drawing, Ballast House, Blossom Point, ND (2018)
An architectural drawing of the first floor of the Ballast House at Blossom Point, MD.
Architectural Drawing, Second Floor Plan, Ballast House, Blossom Point, ND (2018)
An architectural drawing of the second floor of the Ballast House at Blossom Point, MD. The drawing is using 1/4" = 1'-0" scale.
Architectural Drawing, Section, Ballast House, Blossom Point (1990)
An architectural drawing of a section from the Ballast House at Blossom Point, MD using a scale of 1/4" = 1'-0".
Architectural Drawing, South Elevation, Ballast House, Blossom Point (1990)
An architectural drawing of the south elevation of the Ballast House at Blossom Point, MD. The drawing is on a Historic American Buildings Survey sheet from the Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, US Department of the Interior and uses a scale of 1/4" = 1'-0".
Architectural Drawing, West Elevation, Ballast House, Blossom Point (1990)
An architectural drawing of the west elevation of the Ballast House at Blossom Point, MD
Architectural, Historical, and Archaeological Investigations at Blossom Point Farm, Blossom Point Testing Facility, Charles County, Maryland (1990)
Blossom Point, located at the end of Cedar Point Neck in Charles County, Maryland, is occupied by the U.S. Government as a testing facility under control of the Army Material Command. Beginning in 1942, it was leased from the Society of Jesus by the Harry Diamond Laboratories (HDL). At that time, the property, a former Jesuit tenant farm, contained a brick house as well as various outbuildings. Today, only the dwelling commonly referred to as the Ballast House remains, although its survival is...
August 1989 Meeting Minutes, Ballast House, Blossom Point Field Test Facility (1989)
Meeting Minutes for a 1 August 1989 meeting in regards to the relocation of the Ballast House at Blossom Point, Maryland. The summary in section 7 of the minutes is as follows. Paul McGuff will try to obtain the funds for the research of Architectural, Archaeological, and Historical reports. Moving the house is NOT viable or feasible nor does the stabilization of the shoreline appear to be a feasible option. Fast-track a plan to determine the final outcome of the Ballast House.
Back Gate Guard Station for the Adelphi Laboratory Center, Adelphi, Maryland, Project Report (2018)
The project proposes the relocation of an existing Guard House which has been removed from its existing site due to construction activity and the acquisition of additional land from the Naval Surface Warfare Center. In addition to the Guard House an 8 foot high double swing gate will be placed across Floral Drive. In addition, an 8 foot high metal chain link fence will be installed perpendicular to the existing fence along Floral Drive and across to the perimeter fence, located in back of The...
Blank image, BPI_0276 (1985)
Blank image of Figure 2.5.
Blossom Point (BPI) Inventory Spreadsheet (2016)
Blossom Point inventory spreadsheet of all documents contained within the BPI collection. Includes scanned asset number, filename, data, and description for each file.
Cultural Resource Survey of Harry Diamond Laboratories Field Test Facility, Blossom Point, Maryland (1980)
In order to comply with the National Historic Preservation Act (Public Law 89-665), the National Environmental Policy Act (Public Law 91-190), and Executive Order 11593 (Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment), the Atlanta Office of the Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service contracted with Geo-Recon International (GRI) to provide a literature search and cultural resource survey of the Harry Diamond Laboratories Field Test Facility located at Blossom Point in Charles...
Department of the Army, U.S. Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command, Environment Assessment, Fiscal Year 1980, Relocation of the Ballast House at Blossom Point, Maryland (1979)
The proposed action is in response to the threat that the bank supporting the Ballast House, on the edge of the Nanjemoy Creek, may collapse and dump the historic structure into the water. The Ballast House is located on the southernmost tip of Cedar Point Neck. The bluff on which the house stands rises approximately thirty feet above the level of the water. The bank is unprotected from both wind and water erosion. Noticeable bank erosion first occurred in 1975 and a precarious position for the...
Department of the Army, U.S. Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command, Environmental Impact Assessment, Land Acquisition at Blossom Point, Maryland, MCA Project, Fiscal Year 1979 (1977)
This project is for the purchase of land in Blossom Point, Maryland which is currently leased by the Government for use by the Harry Diamond Laboratories (HDL) as a field test area, part of which is utilized through an out-grant from HDL to the Navy for use by the Navy as a communication station to contact earth satellites. The property owners do not wish to continue this lease, therefore the Government in consideration of the cost and factors involved in clearing the land of unexploded...
Determination of Eligibility Notification from the National Register of Historic Preservation, Ballast House at Blossom Point (1979)
Determination of Eligibility of Notification from the National Register of Historic Preservation, Ballast House at Blossom Point. The Secretary of the Interior has determined that this property is Eligible. Also includes correspondence from the Keeper of the National Register to Col. Clifton R. Goodwin responding to the request for determination of eligibility.
Disposition Form and Purchase Request from Harry Diamond Laboratories for the Public Notice of the Impact of the Ballast House Relocation (1979)
DA Form 2496 (Disposition Form) from the Environmental Coordinator, Harry Diamond Laboratories with the purchase request for "Public Notice of Finding of No Significant Impact on the Environment". Included is the recommendation for sole source procurement.
Disposition Form from Harry Diamond Laboratories to Robert Chase, Environmental Assessment for Relocation of Ballast House, Blossom Point, MD (1979)
Disposition Form from the Environmental Coordinator, Harry Diamond Laboratories to Robert Chase in regards to the environmental assessment for relocation of Ballast House, Blossom Point, MD. A second disposition form to the Commander, Harry Diamond Laboratories from the Environmental Coordinator included which also mentions the relocation of Ballast House, Blossom Point, MD.
Disposition Form from Harry Diamond Laboratories to Unknown Recipient, Minor Construction Project Package (1979)
Disposition form (poor quality) discussing transmittal of the Minor Construction Project Package for the relocation of the Ballast House at Blossom Point.
Disposition Form from Harry Diamond Laboratories, Ballast House Relocation (1979)
DA Form 2496 (Disposition Form) from Emerson G. Gray, Environmental Coordinator, Harry Diamond Laboratories to a Commander "S. Marcus", in regards to the relocation of the Ballast House at Blossom Point, Maryland.
Disposition Forms, Memoranda, and Related Certificate of Compliance for Ballast House from Harry Diamond Laboratories (1979)
Disposition forms, memoranda, and certification of compliance for the relocation of the historic Ballast House FY-80 exigent minor construction.