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Glyndon was founded in 1871 by Dr. Charles A. Leas. It's an unincorporated community located northwest of Baltimore County, MD. What began as a summer resort, the small town is now made up of historic Victorian homes. In 1973, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties. Glyndon Historic District also became the first historic district in Baltimore County. Glyndon is located close to historic Reisterstown as well.
Residing within the Glyndon Historic District is the Emory Grove Campground. The methodist campground was founded before Glyndon, in 1868. It houses The Hotel, Tabernacle and Temple. These establishments hold historical values to the town of Glyndon. They were used by travelers and tourists, in the 20th century, during their visits to the area. The Hotel is currently used for celebrations, plays and special dinners. The Temple is used for bible studies and Sunday school. Glyndon is also home to the Woman's Club of Glyndon. Founded in 1932, these women continue to promote literary and social activities, interest in civic problems, and world affairs.
Currently, Glyndon has a population of 488 people. The average age of people living there is 47.6. Thirty-six percent of the households in Glyndon have children. This percentage is 10 times higher than its surrounding neighbors. Income for residents in Glyndon is also higher. The median household income is $118,056. Based on the 2000 census, the racial makeup of Glyndon is as follows:
When sightseeing around Glyndon's historical establishments and beautiful Victorian homes, remember to head over to Glyndon Station Park. It's located on Railroad Ave., between Butler Rd. and Chatsworth Ave. Amenities within the park include a gazebo, several picnic areas, a playground, and a walking path. This park is known for being the first temperance camp meeting ground below the Mason and Dixon's line. However, the most interesting aspect of Glyndon Station Park is near the entrance. Situated on top of a brick statue is a bell from a steam engine from 1880.
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