A real estate contract between James A. Irby , Allen Mercer Wilkins and Mary P. Tabbs, the seller. Contains: - Legal details - the buyers paid in all $2500 for the house, in monthly installments of $50 after the first payment of $500; - Close up of the final signatures; - Page beginning a section with specifications for "labor and materials to be used in the construction of a [Lakeland] residence. ..."; - Financial guidelines; Constructional requirements; Excavation and concrete work requirements; Brickwork, carpenter work, and inside trim requirements; Stairway, flooring, lathing and plastering requirements; Hardware, painting, and electric-work requirements; Stairway, doors, lathing and plastering requirements; Hardware, roofing, painting and electric-work requirements; Heating requirements; - Final signoff sheet, finished by R. C. Archer Jr. on august 21 1935.
Subject: Housing Standards
Mr. Kelly is the current President and Mr. Curtis is the current Vice President of Leon N. Weiner & Associates.
On Thursday February 07, 2013, members of the Lakeland Community Heritage Project (LCHP) visited Dr. Mary Corbin Sies's class in "Social and Ethnic Issues in Historic Preservation" at Holzapfel Hall on the University of Maryland Campus (Seminar Rm 1108). The members that participated in the discussion were: Violetta Sharps Jones, Avis Matthews, Maxine Gross, Pearl Lee Campbell Edwards, and James Edwards III. The discussion was centered around the semester-long project the students will be working on regarding Lakeland and Urban Renewal. There was also discussion of Lakeland's history, it's relationship to the University of Maryland, segregation in College Park and in the Prince George's County school system, as well as everyday life in Lakeland.