1765 and 1950s (Temporal Keyword)

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Whitehall's Restoration: A Tribute To Horatio Sharpe, A Reflection Of Charles Scarlett (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kathleen Clifford.

     Colonel Horatio Sharpe, governor of colonial Maryland for sixteen years, left behind a testament to his position and wealth in the form of Whitehall, his plantation home on the Severn River.  The home has been through many renovations, but in the 1950s, a man named Charles Scarlett bought the home and passionately attempted to restore it to its original glory.  The restoration included building an earthwork fortification that at first glance appears to have been part of the original layout,...