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Hey wernt you kissed by a waitress that used to work there a million years ago?

interestingly, there is scant information online regarding what purpose this building serves.

Nice picture, dear Rider! ;) :)
Greetings and best wishes from Hungary.
Attila

Good morning:

I am writing on behalf of the Women In Architecture Committee of AIA Baltimore. We are putting together an exhibit on the Early Women of Architecture in Maryland that opens in June and will travel to 8 different venues around Maryland over the next year. This exhibit is educational purposes only and there are no profits or sales associated with it.

We ran across this photograph of 1640 Wisconson Ave NW, a project by Gertrude Sawyer, and would like to use the image on the exhibit panel that discusses her achievements. Would you give us permission to use the image in the exhibit? And if so, do you happen to have a high-resolution copy of the photograph?

A courtesy line of your preference would be included beside the photograph.

Please let us know if this would be possible.

Thank you! Kristie

Kristie L. Person|Historian and Architectural Historian New South Associates, Inc. A Women-Owned Small Business 3621 Roland Avenue #2, Baltimore, MD 21211 Phone: (706) 296-1959 http://www.newsouthassoc.com kristie.person@gmail.com

loved hyattsville hardware , had so much stuff ... was sad to see it close ...

Excellent Picture!!!!

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What a cool place! [f&l]

Fort Casey & Keystone State Park

Originally the major focus of the "Triangle of Death" designed to prevent a naval invasion, Fort Casey now welcomes visitors to its battlements and the charming Admiralty Head Lighthouse. The fort's 10-inch “disappearing”guns are now aimed across busy shipping lanes filled with freighters, and passenger ships, as well as naval cruisers, aircraft carriers, and submarines. Don't miss beautiful Crockett Lake and Keystone Spit, adjacent to Fort Casey. Both abound with birds and marine life. Unforgettable vistas of water and mountains await. Take the ferry to Port Townsend from here or check out the activities at the Casey Conference Center. Keystone State Park is a favorite of fishermen and scuba divers Located three miles south of Coupeville on Highway 20. From Coupeville, go south on Hwy 20 watching for signs to the park and to Keystone Ferry Landing.

Fort Casey & Keystone State Park

Originally the major focus of the "Triangle of Death" designed to prevent a naval invasion, Fort Casey now welcomes visitors to its battlements and the charming Admiralty Head Lighthouse. The fort's 10-inch “disappearing”guns are now aimed across busy shipping lanes filled with freighters, and passenger ships, as well as naval cruisers, aircraft carriers, and submarines. Don't miss beautiful Crockett Lake and Keystone Spit, adjacent to Fort Casey. Both abound with birds and marine life. Unforgettable vistas of water and mountains await. Take the ferry to Port Townsend from here or check out the activities at the Casey Conference Center. Keystone State Park is a favorite of fishermen and scuba divers Located three miles south of Coupeville on Highway 20. From Coupeville, go south on Hwy 20 watching for signs to the park and to Keystone Ferry Landing.

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