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- The historic buildings on Main Street have been home to many businesses throughout the years. If this building is familiar to you, that's because it's now home to the Bean Hollow Cafe! In the 1980s it was home to the Shkart Art Gallery (as shown in this photo), but it was originally the Easton & Sons Funeral home in the early 1900s. #hocomd #blackandwhitephotography #mdhistory #hocohistory #funeralhomes #historicbuildings #historicphotos #howardcounty #maryland #mainstreetec #mainstreet #ellicottcity #ellicottcitymd #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- The historic buildings on Main Street have been home to many businesses throughout the years. If this building is familiar to you, that& #39;s because it& #39;s now home to the Bean Hollow Cafe! In the 1980s it was home to the Shkart Art Gallery (as shown in this photo), but it was originally the Easton & Sons Funeral home in the early 1900s. #hocomd #blackandwhitephotography #mdhistory #hocohistory #funeralhomes #historicbuildings #historicphotos #howardcounty #maryland #mainstreetec #mainstreet #ellicottcity #ellicottcitymd #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- The historic buildings on Main Street have been home to many businesses throughout the years. If this building is familiar to you, that's because it's now home to the Bean Hollow Cafe! In the 1980s it was home to the Shkart Art Gallery (as shown in this photo), but it was originally the Easton & Sons Funeral home in the early 1900s. #hocomd #blackandwhitephotography #mdhistory #hocohistory #funeralhomes #historicbuildings #historicphotos #howardcounty #maryland #mainstreetec #mainstreet #ellicottcity #ellicottcitymd #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- Starting in 2018 @howardcounty_historicalsociety will be offering children's programs! To complement our Lunch Lectures which are on the first Friday of every month, our children's programs, collectively called "A Year of Old-Fashioned Fun," will be on the first Saturday of every month. Our children's programs are suitable for children ages 5-12. Tuition is $5 for non-members, but children & grandchildren of HCHS members get in for FREE #hocomd #hocoevents #howardcounty #childrensprograms #museumsofinstagram #hocokids #hocoparents #maryland #mdhistory #museumprograms #localhistory #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- Starting in 2018 @howardcounty_historicalsociety will be offering children& #39;s programs! To complement our Lunch Lectures which are on the first Friday of every month, our children& #39;s programs, collectively called "A Year of Old-Fashioned Fun," will be on the first Saturday of every month. Our children& #39;s programs are suitable for children ages 5-12. Tuition is $5 for non-members, but children & grandchildren of HCHS members get in for FREE #hocomd #hocoevents #howardcounty #childrensprograms #museumsofinstagram #hocokids #hocoparents #maryland #mdhistory #museumprograms #localhistory #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- Starting in 2018 @howardcounty_historicalsociety will be offering children's programs! To complement our Lunch Lectures which are on the first Friday of every month, our children's programs, collectively called "A Year of Old-Fashioned Fun," will be on the first Saturday of every month. Our children's programs are suitable for children ages 5-12. Tuition is $5 for non-members, but children & grandchildren of HCHS members get in for FREE #hocomd #hocoevents #howardcounty #childrensprograms #museumsofinstagram #hocokids #hocoparents #maryland #mdhistory #museumprograms #localhistory #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- @mikequindlen hosts this Saturday's Historically Inappropriate Comedy where the the comedians have little (if no) respect for facts & other superfluous details such as truth(s)! This event will take places at the Museum of Howard County History; tickets are $10 in advance & may be purchased at the door if not sold out. Tickets for HCHS members are free. http://ow.ly/2Zbb30grwbA #hocomd #hocoevents #mdhistory #hocohistory #liveshows #comedyshows #localhistory #maryland #howardcounty #hoconp #hocononprofits #museumsofinstagram #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- @mikequindlen hosts this Saturday& #39;s Historically Inappropriate Comedy where the the comedians have little (if no) respect for facts & other superfluous details such as truth(s)! This event will take places at the Museum of Howard County History; tickets are $10 in advance & may be purchased at the door if not sold out. Tickets for HCHS members are free. http://ow.ly/2Zbb30grwbA #hocomd #hocoevents #mdhistory #hocohistory #liveshows #comedyshows #localhistory #maryland #howardcounty #hoconp #hocononprofits #museumsofinstagram #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- @mikequindlen hosts this Saturday's Historically Inappropriate Comedy where the the comedians have little (if no) respect for facts & other superfluous details such as truth(s)! This event will take places at the Museum of Howard County History; tickets are $10 in advance & may be purchased at the door if not sold out. Tickets for HCHS members are free. http://ow.ly/2Zbb30grwbA #hocomd #hocoevents #mdhistory #hocohistory #liveshows #comedyshows #localhistory #maryland #howardcounty #hoconp #hocononprofits #museumsofinstagram #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- Long before there was Streetcar 82 Brewing Co, the 82 Streetcar Line used to take commuters and shoppers to and from Washington, D.C., at 5th & G, near what is now the Verizon Center, to towns along Route 1 including Eckington, Woodridge, Mt. Rainier, Hyattsville, and College Park. Tracks from Washington, D.C. were first laid to Mount Rainier in 1897, then reached Hyattsville and Riverdale Park by 1899, and went onto College Park by 1900. A nice summary of part of this historical development can be found in the “Hyattsville Historic District Style Guide,” created by architecture students at the University of Maryland. The guide breaks Hyattsville’s development into two major phases: the streetcar era from 1899 to 1929 and the automobile era from 1930 to today. But the streetcars actually ran through towns along Route 1 until 1958, when they were replaced by reThe entire rail line was converted from an abandon trolley bed to a trail in the late 1990s and has become what is known today as the Rhode Island Ave Trolley Trail. You can hop on the 82 Streetcar Line with a video by Greater Greater Washington which takes you from 5th & G in D.C. all way up to College Park. Check out the full story at www.hyattsvillewire.com (Photo of the 82 streetcar in Riverdale Park in the 1950s courtesy of http://bit.ly/U4br4E.) #edmonstonmd #hyattsville #riverdaleparkmd #universityparkmd #collegeparkmd #brentwoodmd #umd #rt1corridor #rt1 #trolleytrail #streetcar82 #mdhistory #streetcars
- Long before there was Streetcar 82 Brewing Co, the 82 Streetcar Line used to take commuters and shoppers to and from Washington, D.C., at 5th & G, near what is now the Verizon Center, to towns along Route 1 including Eckington, Woodridge, Mt. Rainier, Hyattsville, and College Park. Tracks from Washington, D.C. were first laid to Mount Rainier in 1897, then reached Hyattsville and Riverdale Park by 1899, and went onto College Park by 1900. A nice summary of part of this historical development can be found in the “Hyattsville Historic District Style Guide,” created by architecture students at the University of Maryland. The guide breaks Hyattsville’s development into two major phases: the streetcar era from 1899 to 1929 and the automobile era from 1930 to today. But the streetcars actually ran through towns along Route 1 until 1958, when they were replaced by reThe entire rail line was converted from an abandon trolley bed to a trail in the late 1990s and has become what is known today as the Rhode Island Ave Trolley Trail. You can hop on the 82 Streetcar Line with a video by Greater Greater Washington which takes you from 5th & G in D.C. all way up to College Park. Check out the full story at www.hyattsvillewire.com (Photo of the 82 streetcar in Riverdale Park in the 1950s courtesy of http://bit.ly/U4br4E.) #edmonstonmd #hyattsville #riverdaleparkmd #universityparkmd #collegeparkmd #brentwoodmd #umd #rt1corridor #rt1 #trolleytrail #streetcar82 #mdhistory #streetcars
- Long before there was Streetcar 82 Brewing Co, the 82 Streetcar Line used to take commuters and shoppers to and from Washington, D.C., at 5th & G, near what is now the Verizon Center, to towns along Route 1 including Eckington, Woodridge, Mt. Rainier, Hyattsville, and College Park. Tracks from Washington, D.C. were first laid to Mount Rainier in 1897, then reached Hyattsville and Riverdale Park by 1899, and went onto College Park by 1900. A nice summary of part of this historical development can be found in the “Hyattsville Historic District Style Guide,” created by architecture students at the University of Maryland. The guide breaks Hyattsville’s development into two major phases: the streetcar era from 1899 to 1929 and the automobile era from 1930 to today. But the streetcars actually ran through towns along Route 1 until 1958, when they were replaced by reThe entire rail line was converted from an abandon trolley bed to a trail in the late 1990s and has become what is known today as the Rhode Island Ave Trolley Trail. You can hop on the 82 Streetcar Line with a video by Greater Greater Washington which takes you from 5th & G in D.C. all way up to College Park. Check out the full story at www.hyattsvillewire.com (Photo of the 82 streetcar in Riverdale Park in the 1950s courtesy of http://bit.ly/U4br4E.) #edmonstonmd #hyattsville #riverdaleparkmd #universityparkmd #collegeparkmd #brentwoodmd #umd #rt1corridor #rt1 #trolleytrail #streetcar82 #mdhistory #streetcars
- The new display going up at @rdpstation on top of the round brick structure, which protects the historic ice house, features a red ERCO Ercoupe. Fitting given this is nearby the #CollegeParkAirport, the oldest, continuously operated airport in the world! The College Park Aviation Museum, which overlooks the airport, won the Hyattsville Wire’s 2017 Best of Route 1 reader poll for “best place to take the kids.” (Photo credit: Andrea Marcavitch, University Park) @atheritagearea #mtrainiermd #brentwood #umd #hyattsvilleartsdistrict #hyattsville #universityparkmd #riverdaleparkmd #collegeparkmd #beltsvillemd #greenbeltmd #rt1corridor #preservemd #mdhistory #pgcountymd #pgcounty #thewrightbrothers #wilburwright #aviation #aviationlovers #aviationdaily #umd
- The new display going up at @rdpstation on top of the round brick structure, which protects the historic ice house, features a red ERCO Ercoupe. Fitting given this is nearby the #CollegeParkAirport , the oldest, continuously operated airport in the world! The College Park Aviation Museum, which overlooks the airport, won the Hyattsville Wire’s 2017 Best of Route 1 reader poll for “best place to take the kids.” (Photo credit: Andrea Marcavitch, University Park) @atheritagearea #mtrainiermd #brentwood #umd #hyattsvilleartsdistrict #hyattsville #universityparkmd #riverdaleparkmd #collegeparkmd #beltsvillemd #greenbeltmd #rt1corridor #preservemd #mdhistory #pgcountymd #pgcounty #thewrightbrothers #wilburwright #aviation #aviationlovers #aviationdaily #umd
- The new display going up at @rdpstation on top of the round brick structure, which protects the historic ice house, features a red ERCO Ercoupe. Fitting given this is nearby the #CollegeParkAirport, the oldest, continuously operated airport in the world! The College Park Aviation Museum, which overlooks the airport, won the Hyattsville Wire’s 2017 Best of Route 1 reader poll for “best place to take the kids.” (Photo credit: Andrea Marcavitch, University Park) @atheritagearea #mtrainiermd #brentwood #umd #hyattsvilleartsdistrict #hyattsville #universityparkmd #riverdaleparkmd #collegeparkmd #beltsvillemd #greenbeltmd #rt1corridor #preservemd #mdhistory #pgcountymd #pgcounty #thewrightbrothers #wilburwright #aviation #aviationlovers #aviationdaily #umd
- Elioak Elementary School in Clarksville was a small public school that served the community from the 1890s to the 1940s. The building shown here is the second building the school occupied, located on a corner of property owned by the Clark family. In the 1960s the vacant building was converted into a home in the 1960s & still exists to this day off the corner of Route 108 and Manor Lane. The Howard County Times recently published a fascinating article on Elioak School, interviewing Elioak School alumni who attended the school back in the 1930s http://ow.ly/4qmC30gfYSS Photo courtesy of Howard County Historical Society #hocomd #elioak #elioakschool #elioakfarm #clarksville #howardcounty #maryland #mdhistory #education #blackandwhitephotography #earlyeducation #elementaryschool #howardcountyhistoricalsociety @baltimoresun
- Elioak Elementary School in Clarksville was a small public school that served the community from the 1890s to the 1940s. The building shown here is the second building the school occupied, located on a corner of property owned by the Clark family. In the 1960s the vacant building was converted into a home in the 1960s & still exists to this day off the corner of Route 108 and Manor Lane. The Howard County Times recently published a fascinating article on Elioak School, interviewing Elioak School alumni who attended the school back in the 1930s http://ow.ly/4qmC30gfYSS Photo courtesy of Howard County Historical Society #hocomd #elioak #elioakschool #elioakfarm #clarksville #howardcounty #maryland #mdhistory #education #blackandwhitephotography #earlyeducation #elementaryschool #howardcountyhistoricalsociety @baltimoresun
- Elioak Elementary School in Clarksville was a small public school that served the community from the 1890s to the 1940s. The building shown here is the second building the school occupied, located on a corner of property owned by the Clark family. In the 1960s the vacant building was converted into a home in the 1960s & still exists to this day off the corner of Route 108 and Manor Lane. The Howard County Times recently published a fascinating article on Elioak School, interviewing Elioak School alumni who attended the school back in the 1930s http://ow.ly/4qmC30gfYSS Photo courtesy of Howard County Historical Society #hocomd #elioak #elioakschool #elioakfarm #clarksville #howardcounty #maryland #mdhistory #education #blackandwhitephotography #earlyeducation #elementaryschool #howardcountyhistoricalsociety @baltimoresun
- View of the Illchester Bloede Dam, taken in August 1930. The Bloede Dam was constructed in 1907 as a hydroelectric dam but was shut down in 1932. It is in the process of being removed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources & removal is expected to be complete by spring 2019. Photo courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #hocomd #illchester #bloededam #photography #blackandwhitephotos #historicphotos #howardcounty #dams #howardcounty #mdhistory #maryland #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- View of the Illchester Bloede Dam, taken in August 1930. The Bloede Dam was constructed in 1907 as a hydroelectric dam but was shut down in 1932. It is in the process of being removed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources & removal is expected to be complete by spring 2019. Photo courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #hocomd #illchester #bloededam #photography #blackandwhitephotos #historicphotos #howardcounty #dams #howardcounty #mdhistory #maryland #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- View of the Illchester Bloede Dam, taken in August 1930. The Bloede Dam was constructed in 1907 as a hydroelectric dam but was shut down in 1932. It is in the process of being removed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources & removal is expected to be complete by spring 2019. Photo courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #hocomd #illchester #bloededam #photography #blackandwhitephotos #historicphotos #howardcounty #dams #howardcounty #mdhistory #maryland #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- The Elkridge Furnace Inn will begin hosting their Tuesday History Dinner Series starting next month! In the first Tuesday of each month the #ElkridgeFurnaceInn will host a 4 course dinner along with a lecture from a local historian. The first entry in this series is on Tuesday, November 7 & local historian Dan Toomey will be discussing the history of the Annapolis-Elkridge Railroad. The dinner series is $60 per person & lasts from 6:30pm-9pm. #hocomd #mdhistory #elkridgemd #elkridge #howardcounty #hocohistory #maryland #lectures #dinnerlectures #railroads #patapscofemaleinstitute #thomasviaduct #pointlookout
- The Elkridge Furnace Inn will begin hosting their Tuesday History Dinner Series starting next month! In the first Tuesday of each month the #ElkridgeFurnaceInn will host a 4 course dinner along with a lecture from a local historian. The first entry in this series is on Tuesday, November 7 & local historian Dan Toomey will be discussing the history of the Annapolis-Elkridge Railroad. The dinner series is $60 per person & lasts from 6:30pm-9pm. #hocomd #mdhistory #elkridgemd #elkridge #howardcounty #hocohistory #maryland #lectures #dinnerlectures #railroads #patapscofemaleinstitute #thomasviaduct #pointlookout
- The Elkridge Furnace Inn will begin hosting their Tuesday History Dinner Series starting next month! In the first Tuesday of each month the #ElkridgeFurnaceInn will host a 4 course dinner along with a lecture from a local historian. The first entry in this series is on Tuesday, November 7 & local historian Dan Toomey will be discussing the history of the Annapolis-Elkridge Railroad. The dinner series is $60 per person & lasts from 6:30pm-9pm. #hocomd #mdhistory #elkridgemd #elkridge #howardcounty #hocohistory #maryland #lectures #dinnerlectures #railroads #patapscofemaleinstitute #thomasviaduct #pointlookout

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