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Latrobe, Benjamin Henry. The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984.
Latrobe, Benjamin Henry. "Major Charles Alexander Warfield, M.D. Rededication of Historic Marker and Marking of His Grave." Legacy 37 (December 1994): 6.
Latrobe, Benjamin Henry. "Would Benjamin Latrobe Still Choose America as 'The Place of the Future?'" MHS/News, (July-September 1998): 6.
McDaniel, George W. "Voices from the Past: Black Builders and Their Buildings." In Three Centuries of Maryland Architecture, 79-90. Annapolis, MD: Maryland Historical Trust, 1982.
Alexander, Robert L. The Architecture of Maximilian Godefroy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1974.
Annotation / Notes: This excellent biography of the designer of the Battle Monument and other buildings in Baltimore covers his difficult personality and his tragic return to Europe.
Beckerdite, Luke. "William Buckland Reconsidered: Architectural Carving in Chesapeake Maryland, 1771-1774." Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts 9 (November 1982): 42-88.
Bodenstein, William G. "St. Michael's, Maryland: An 18^th Century Speculative Development." Maryland Historical Magazine 80 (Fall 1985): 228-239.
Butler, Jeanne F. "Competition 1792: Designing A Nation's Capitol." Capitol Studies 4 no. 1 (1976): 9-96.
Carter, Edward C., II, ed. The Virginia Journals of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1795-1798. Vols. 1,2. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1977.
Annotation / Notes: The first of several volumes in this series, a multi-year effort, published for the Maryland Historical Society where most of Latrobe's records reside. Succeeding volumes encompass Latrobe's other journals, papers and correspondence, architectural and engineering drawings, views, etc.
Coffin, Lewis A., Jr., and Arthur C. Holden. Brick Architecture of the Colonial Period in Maryland & Virginia. N.p., 1919.
Davis, Deering. Annapolis Houses: 1700-1775. New York: Bonanza Books, 1947.
Davis, Vernon Perdue, and James Scott Rawlings. The Colonial Churches of Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina; Their Interiors and Worship. Richmond, VA: Dietz Press, 1985.
Day, Donna Goldsmith. Inns and Colonial Homes of Maryland. Gambrills, MD: Eastwind Publishing, 1995.
Dorsey, John, and James D. Dilts. A Guide to Baltimore Architecture. 1973, 1981; 3rd revised edition. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1997.
Elwell, Newton W. Architecture, Furniture, and Interiors of Maryland and Virginia During the Eighteenth Century. Polley & Co., 1897.
Forman, H. Chandlee. Early Buildings and Historic Artifacts in Tidewater Maryland; The Eastern Shore. Easton, MD: Eastern Shore Publishers' Associates, 1989.
Annotation / Notes: Forman listed himself as "architect and archaeologist." One of the early investigators of St. Mary's City and a dedicated preservationist, he documented many of the 18th and 19th century dwellings on the Eastern Shore. Forman illustrated his books with his own charming drawings and enlivened them with stories of his visits to remote sites, accounts both entertaining and edged with melancholy. See also Radoff, Morris L., The Old Line State.
Gott, Theresa, and John Michael Vlach. "The Bucklodge House: Eighteenth and-Nineteenth Century Traditions on a Montgomery County Farm." Free State Folklore 4 (Spring 1977): 35-58.
Hollyday, Thomas. "Readbourne Manor Revisited: Gleanings from an Eighteenth-Century Journal." Maryland Historical Magazine 85 (Spring 1990): 44-50.
Hopkins, Henry Powell. Colonial Houses of Annapolis, Maryland, and Their Architectural Details. Baltimore: n.p., 1963.
Hunter, Wilbur H., Jr. "Baltimore in the Revolutionary Generation." In Boles, John B., ed., Maryland Heritage; Five Baltimore Institutions Celebrate the American Bicentennial, 183-233. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1976.
Liscombe, Rhodri Windsor. Altogether American: Robert Mills, Architect and Engineer 1781-1855. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.
Marks, Bayly Ellen, ed. Official Maryland Guide to Landmarks of the Revolutionary Era in Maryland. Annapolis, MD: Maryland Bicentennial Committee, 1975.
Marzio, Peter. "Carpentry in the Southern Colonies during the Eighteenth Century with Emphasis on Maryland and Virginia." Winterthur Portfolio 7 (1972): 229-250.
Rice, Kim Snyder. "Joseph Clark, Maryland Architect." Antiques 115 (March 1979): 552-55.
Sarudy, Barbara Wells. Gardens and Gardening in the Chesapeake, 1700-1805. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998.
Annotation / Notes: Gardens are the result of a particular culture and are an outward sign of a special grace, according to Maryland architecture writer H. Chandlee Forman. Early gardens reflected the tastes and enthusiasms of their owners as much as did their mansions. The author's engaging account of the significance of the domestic landscape to its proprietors and their visitors includes color illustrations of several of the estates.