As I was scrolling through old issues of the Roland Park Company's publication, Gardens, Houses, and People, I came across a surprising photograph. But first, some background.
Friends School in Baltimore has a long history here. It was founded in 1781 as part of the Quaker Meeting on Asquith Street in the Jonestown section of Baltimore's downtown. In 1800, a school opened in conjunction with the Meeting.
On the campus, there's a building that houses the pre-primary school, and before that, it was a field house of sorts for the various sports played at Friends. It sits atop a hill overlooking the playing fields at the front, and the northern section of Blythewood road at the back. It's quite a handsome building and very well-sited on the land.