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Bata Shoe Factory,
This Belcamp building opened in 1939 as part of an industrial town. At its peak, Bata employed more than 4000 people at this site. This last building, the factory, was demolished on October 27, 2023 to provide more room for Water's Edge Corporate Campus. Photographed in 2002. This information is from The Aegis, page A1, October 27, 2004.


Hays-Heighe House,
Harford Community College, Photographed January 15, 2005.
The Hays-Heighe House is being restored (2007-2009) for use to house a museum for African-American history in Harford County, and a museum for the local thoroughbred race horse industry history. Restoration is expected to cost well over a million dollars. (Robbins, L., Harford Community College is Home to New Horse Museum, The Aegis, page A7, October 7, 2007. )


Malcom Mitchell House, APG
This house is a museum. It contains archeological finds from Old Baltimore and historic items from APG and the vicinity. It is not being maintained and may be demolished.
Photographed in 2005.


The Chapel at the Ordnance Training Center with barricks in the background, APG.
Photographed during WWII (1941-1945), From the collection of Elwin Penski.

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