Interstate 83 Interchange Study at Bare Hills, Baltimore County, Maryland

Author(s): Dorothy B. Templeton; Richard Meyer

Year: 1987


John Milner Associates, Inc., West Chester, Pennsylvania was retained by Baker/RK&K/Century Joint Venture and the Interstate Division for Baltimore City to conduct an investigation of historic architecture associated with the Interstate 83 Interchange Study at Bare Hills, Baltimore County, Maryland. The purpose of the investigation was to identify historic architecture within an assigned project area and to provide the documentation necessary for recommendations of eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places. Three properties were identified. Of these, the Bare Hills House previously was listed in the National Register. As a result of the present investigation, the Bare Hills School was recommended eligible for its association with the history of education locally and the Scott Settlement Historic District, for its associations with the history of rural black culture.

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Interstate 83 Interchange Study at Bare Hills, Baltimore County, Maryland. Dorothy B. Templeton, Richard Meyer. 1987 ( tDAR id: 271373) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8SQ937C

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