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Discover Historic Rolling Mill:

The Architect Designed Homes by Wright Butler (227 Cecelia Street; 408 & 410 Park Street); by Aaron May (404 Park Street); and by J.S. Seibert (404 Park Street)

Kingsley Methodist Church (248 Williams Street)

Malamphy’s Saloon (508 Park Street) and The Malamphy Bottling Works 218 Williams Street

Cumberland Outdoor Club (209 Emily Street, 400 Park Street, and 529 Maryland Avenue)

Bird’s Eye View of Cumberland, Maryland 1906, by T.M. Fowler (shows Cumberland’s historic Rolling Mill neighborhood in the foreground)

 

Preservation Maryland:

PM Offers Assistance to City of Cumberland & Opposes Costly Demolition Project

PM Loves Cumberland

PM Applauds Cumberland Citizens and the Institute for Justice

 

The Maryland Historic Trust Inventory forms by Genevieve Keller determined the entire Rolling Mill neighborhood to be historically significant, not just the part that was nominated and listed on the National Register:

Rolling Mill Neighborhood (South of I-68; Emily Street to Lamont Street/Oldtown Road – includes Kingsley Church)

Decatur Street/Baltimore Avenue/Bedford Road Area – includes Rolling Mills Neighborhood portion that is North of I-68 (Baltimore Street to Emily Street)

“Maple Arch,” 114 Park Street (a magnificent Italianate home of one of Cumberland’s great Civil War heroes)

 

National Register of Historic Places Nominations:

The Rolling Mill National Historic District

The Francis Haley House, 634 Maryland Avenue

Cumberland YMCA, 205 Baltimore Avenue

16 Altamont Terrace (Cumberland’s first hospital built circa 1851)

Klots Throwing Company Mill

 

Queen City Station Hotel and B&O Rolling Mill HABS/HAER/HALS architectural and architectural history Documentation – completed prior to their demolition in the 1970s and 1980s to satisfy historic mitigation requirements of the National Historic Preservation Act:

Queen City Hotel & Station, West Side of Park Street

Rail Rolling Mill, Elm Street and Local Alley

Bolt and Forge Shop, Spring Street

 

To download a PDF of the Rolling Mill Historic Walking Tour Brochure click here.

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