Huntington House at Oak Lawn, Baltimore
Two images depicting Huntington House, the summer home of Thomas Wilson (1815-1894). Huntington House was located in what is now the Waverly neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland. Thomas Wilson's father, James Wilson (1775-1851), built the house circa 1789 on an 80-acre tract of land he acquired in the 1830s. Thomas Wilson's heirs sold the property to developer Augustus Clemens in 1896. The house was demolished during World War I.