Foxely Manor Motel and Tally-Ho Restaurant
Title:
Foxely Manor Motel and Tally-Ho Restaurant
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Air Conditioned Throughout- U.S. Highway 213


The Chester River
Title:
The Chester River
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused

Description:
American News Co.



Washington College, Hodson Hall
Title:
Washington College, Hodson Hall
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Linen unused


U.S. Post Office
Title:
U.S. Post Office
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Built 1935



Aerial View of Town
Title:
Aerial View of Town
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Continental Chrome unused


Washington College - Dunning Hall, Library, Wm. Smith Hall, Gymnasium
Title:
Washington College - Dunning Hall, Library, Wm. Smith Hall, Gymnasium
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1952 Aug-29

Description:
Founded 1782. George Washington gave its founding, granted use of its name and served on board of its visitors and governors. He attended public exercises here in 1784 and received Degree of Doctor of Law in 1789



Waterfront
Title:
Waterfront
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1945 Nov-24


Emmanuel P.E. Church
Title:
Emmanuel P.E. Church
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
In this church was held the first convention which proposed and adopted the name Protestant Episcopal Church on November 9, 1780. The main structure is erected of brick brought from England in 1768



William Smith Hall
Title:
William Smith Hall
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 17073-E William Smith Hall on the campus of Washington College, Chestertown, Md, was built in 1906. Destroyed by fire in 1916, the present building was erected shortly thereafter. Washington College, founded in 1782, is the first chartered college in Maryland.


U. S. Post Office
Title:
U. S. Post Office
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Built 1935



Kent County Court House
Title:
Kent County Court House
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
The county seat of Kent County, established in 1706. Situated on the most traveled highway between South and North during the Revolutionary Period, Chestertown is rich in Colonial history. George Washington made 8 known visits between 1756 and 1793. To the left is Emmanuel Episcopal Church founded in 1709.


Kent County Court House
Title:
Kent County Court House
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Built 1860



Kent County Court House, Built 1860
Title:
Kent County Court House, Built 1860
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Linen unused


Reid Hall, Washington College
Title:
Reid Hall, Washington College
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Founded 1782. George Washington gave its founding, granted use of its name and served on board of its visitors and governors. He attended public exercises here in 1894 and received Degree of Doctor of Law in 1789



Campus View Showing Dunning Hall, Library, Wm. Smith Hall, Gymnasium - Washington College
Title:
Campus View Showing Dunning Hall, Library, Wm. Smith Hall, Gymnasium - Washington College
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
WASHINGTON COLLEGE Founded 1782 George Washington gave its founding, granted use of its name and served on board of its visitors and governors. He attended public exercises here in 1784 and received Degree of Doctor of Law in 1789


Christ M. P. Church
Title:
Christ M. P. Church
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-19



Somerset Hall Washington College
Title:
Somerset Hall Washington College
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the dormitories on the beautiful campus of this liberal arts college founded in 1782. It is the only college to bear George Washington's name by his expressed consent


Chester River
Title:
Chester River
Chestertown Maryland (MD), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 21621 The Chestertown Bridge, dedicated to the exservice men of Kent and Queen Anne's Counties, sponsored by Frank M. Jarman Post, American Legion, November 1930. Some of Chestertown's 18th-century homes are visible on the opposite shore.





Total: 18 Items