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Carroll Baldwin Hall

Carroll Baldwin Memorial Hall was built in 1921-22 to honor the life of Carroll Baldwin, the beloved supervisor of Savage Mill until his death in 1918.

The Hall, a Maryland Historical Trust site, is a two-story structure built of local materials.

The Richardsonian Romanesque-style building was constructed "for the welfare and happiness of the whole community," and still functions as a community center today.

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