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[113] [illustration: _salona, from an unpublished picture taken by the rambler, about 1914.see_ sunday star_, the rambler, august 2, 1914._] in 1914, the rambler, a washington star columnist, visited salona, talked with the smoots, and wrote a charming word picture of the exterior of the house: you draw up in front of the garden which surrounds the house.a whitewashed fence four boards high, incloses the garden.inside are old cedars thick through the trunk and solemn in foliage.there are clumps of rose bushes and borders of jonquils.stumps of trees that have been wrecked by wind or lightning support barkbound flower boxes.a driveway curves to the left and a gravel path leads straight to the front porch before which the box trees are growing.the porch is capacious with a balcony on top.under the porch and in the middle of the house is an arched doorway.on the left of the garden around the house is an apple orchard and on the right is a flourishing grape arbor.this is salona.it is a fine, quiet and dignified old place.[114] some years later, in 1932, for the first time in history (as far as it is known) salona was open to view by the general public.it was one of the occasions in local observance of the george washington bicentennial birthday anniversary.mrs.john kurtz smoot was the official hostess and she and her house tour guides were dressed in floorlength period costumes.[115] world war ii brought the end of the estate as a family farm.gilliam was growing older and was suffering from arthritis; help was almost impossible to find.unable to carry on with farming, gilliam rented the land to the carper family as pasture and moved from the mansion into a smaller house nearby.a family of negro caretakers moved into salona for a time.after the carper lease expired without renewal, the caretakers left.william s.smoot, iii, occasionally lived on the property, sometimes in a portion of the main house, and sometimes in the old stone house, which he dreamed of remodeling.the main house was rented to an antique dealer who, according to a smoot descendant, had the house filled with junk from top to bottom.since they could no longer maintain salona as a working farm and none of them wanted to occupy the main house on a permanent basis, the smoots decided to partition the property.in 1948, calder g.smoot, only surviving son of william s.and jennie k.smoot, sr., received as his share some 65 acres and the house.he did not, however, occupy salona.[116] in the late 1940s and early 1950s, small parcels of the salona property were sold to the mclean baptist church, the salona shopping center and trinity methodist church.[117] in the early 1950s, salona was rented to the mclean summer theatre as a dormitory for the actors.reportedly, they left the house a shambles.the next tenants were a danish captain and his family who occupied the east wing.in 1952, calder gilliam smoot died unmarried and intestate and his 65 acres and the house became the joint property of his four nephews: john d.k.smoot, jr., henry b.smoot, william s.smoot, iii, and john j.smoot, and of his niece, jane wilson smoot.most of this property, in three separate land transactions, became the property of clive and susan duval.[118] [illustration] chapter iv notes salona and the smoots [95] harry wright newman, _the smoots of maryland and virginia_ (washington, d.c.: by the author, 1936), pp.12.[96] regina combs hammett, _history of st.marys county, maryland_ (ridge, md

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