Dorchester County Courthouse and Jail, Cambridge
The County Jail, which stood to the southeast of the courthouse from about 1882 until its demolition in 1994, was a Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival style granite structure with brick and terra cotta features. The jail was the work of the Baltimore architect, Charles L. Carson. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
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