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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2APF_72-09-36-doswell-brooks-house_Fairmount-Heights-MD.html
The Doswell Brooks House was built in 1928 in the Mount Wisener subdivision of Fairmount Heights; the third subdivision to be platted in the community. It was built for Doswell and Anita Brooks. The house is a small bungalow, representative of a d…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2AP3_72-09-42-municipal-center-site_Fairmount-Heights-MD.html
The Fairmount Heights Municipal Center was constructed as a fire hall; it later served as a health clinic, library, general meeting space and, most importantly, as the town hall. The lots on which it stood were purchased by the town between 1939 a…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29R2_72-09-41-bungalow-row_Fairmount-Heights-MD.html
In 1920, developer Robinson White built 19 small frame bungalows of identical form and style on Fairview (now 62nd Avenue). This area was the original Fairmount Heights Subdivision. These houses closely resembled the "Rosita" style of bu…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29IH_72-09-35-cornelius-fonville-house_Capitol-Heights-MD.html
The Fonville House represents the foursquare houses popular in the early twentieth century. It was one of the largest houses during the early development of the Fairmount Heights community. It was built by Cornelius Fonville, who worked as a messe…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29I9_the-masonic-lodge-no-92-the-columbine-chapter-no-46_Fairmount-Heights-MD.html
The Fairmount Heights No. 92 F.A.A.M Maryland Jurisdiction received their charter in 1928 with Andrew Knox, W.M. George Henderson, Jr. W. Edward Patterson, Sr. W. James A. Campbell, Secretary and George W. Patterson, Treasurer. The Lodge building …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29I2_72-09-32-john-s-johnson-house_Fairmount-Heights-MD.html
The John S. Johnson House is a cross-gabled frame dwelling built on large lots or groups of lots in developing subdivisions of the early twentieth century. It was built in 1911 for John S. Johnson, who settled in Fairmount Heights a few years earl…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29D0_first-baptist-church_Fairmount-Heights-MD.html
First Baptist Church is the oldest church in the Town of Fairmount Heights. It was the meeting place for all of the town's first activities. It was organized by Reverend Strothers. The church was erected in 1913. Funded By the Maryland Departm…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29B0_72-09-33-henry-pinckney-house_Capitol-Heights-MD.html
The Pinkney House is representative of the American Foursquare, a popular dwelling type with a square floor plan. The Henry Pinckney House is a large two-story dwelling with a hip roof pierced by gable dormers on three-planes of the roof. The entr…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29A6_72-09-38-charity-hall_Fairmount-Heights-MD.html
Charity Hall, although drastically altered from its original form, is an important historic feature of the Fairmount Heights community. The main block of the building was constructed by the Fairmount Heights Mutual Improvement Company to serve as …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2996_72-09-17-samuel-hargrove-house_Capitol-Heights-MD.html
The Hargrove House was built In the North Fairmount Heights subdivision, platted in 1910. It was built by brick mason Samuel Hargrove. It is an unusual dwelling form, with molded brick detail and is probably unique in Prince George's County. It is…
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