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Maryland State Police Headquarters

This location was first used as a Federal Arsenal in 1818, then used as the Maryland Line Confederate Solders' Home from 1888 to 1932.

From that time is has served as the Headquarters for the Maryland State Police.

By John T. Marck

Photo Date: October 12, 2003

 

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