MSA SC 1804 -- The Howard Hayman, Jr, Donor Collection

Selected Photographs

MSA SC 1804-15: Front door of the Hammond-Harwood HouseMSA SC 1804-15

The front door of the Hammond-Harwood House in Annapolis, MD. The house was built between 1774-1778, and its front door is considered to be the most beautiful door in 18th century architecture.

Photographer: E. H. Pickering


MSA SC 1804-263: Medical Hall, Harford County, MarylandMSA SC 1804-263

The front hall of Medical Hall in Harford County, c. 1930. Medical Hall was built around 1799 by Dr. John Archer, who was the first person to recieve a medical degree from an American college. The wallpaper in the front hall depicts scenes from France after the French Revolution, and dates from the early to mid nineteenth century.

Photographer: E. H. Pickering


MSA SC 1804-266: Cars at an Annapolis dealerMSA SC 1804-266

Automobiles at the Andrew Krause dealership in Annapolis, 1926

Photographer: E. H. Pickering


MSA SC 1804-274: Stores on West Street in AnnapolisMSA SC 1804-274

Henry B. Meyers' hardware store on the first block of West Street in Annapolis, MD, circa 1926-1928

Photographer: E. H. Pickering


MSA SC 1804-279: Boatload of melons on the Chesapeake BayMSA SC 1804-279

Boat, possibly a skipjack, loaded with watermelons on the Chesapeake Bay, circa 1950

Photographer: Howard Hayman, Sr.

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