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Ogle Hall

Ogle Hall is an historic building in Annapolis, Maryland, Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties Inventory #AA-530.[1] It is also known as the United States Naval Academy Alumni House.[1]

It is located at 247 Prince George Street and was built between 1739 and 1742 for Dr. William Stephenson.[1] It changed hands and in 1747, Daniel Cheston leased the property to Provincial Governor of Maryland, Samuel Ogle, giving the building its namesake.[1] Ogle maintained two properties in the Province, the other being the Belair Mansion in nearby Collington, Maryland.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c d Capsule Summary: Ogle Hall (AA-530).  
  2. ^ Warfield, Joshua Dorsey (July 1905). The Founders of Anne Arundel And Howard Counties, Maryland.  

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