Roses at the Door Outside Cecilton in 1966

This quaint house on Route 213 south of Cecilton intrigued Baltimore Sun photographer Richard Stacks so in 1966 his picture of it made the cover of the paper’s Sunday magazine.  It was occupied by June Washington.  After the photo was published Lilly O. Ferguson, the property owner, wrote to say that while there while were many beautiful homes in the area, none had made the cover of the Sunday Sun Magazine as June’s house of contrasts did that spring in ’66.

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2 responses to “Roses at the Door Outside Cecilton in 1966

  1. Beautiful picture, MIke. I so enjoy seeing these stories of earlier times in Cecil county. Having come here as an adult to raise a family, it’s nice to learn how Cecil county arrived at what it is today.

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