Edward Livingston Palmer, Jr. (1877-1952) was an American architect from Baltimore, Maryland. He is credited with the design and development of several early planned neighborhoods such as Homeland, Roland Park, Guilford, and other neighborhoods, mainly in Baltimore and the mid-Atlantic area. His work is characterized by its quirky details, including dovecotes, mixed materials, swooping roof-lines and more.
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