Restoration for Hancock's Resolution set

July 21, 2000

A major restoration of late 18th-century buildings at Hancock's Resolution is scheduled to begin next week and expected to last about four months.

The work at the historic Pasadena farm site is to be performed by Worcester Eisenbrandt Inc., a Baltimore-based company specializing in historic preservation projects, following designs by the architectural firm Mesick, Cohen, Wilson and Baker of Albany, N.Y.

The site on Bayside Beach Road, about 2.5 miles off Fort Smallwood Road, dates to Colonial times although the buildings are of post-Revolutionary origin. It is open from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays only. Admission is free, but donations are accepted.

Funding sources for the restoration include state and county government and the Maryland Historical Trust.

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