Do you know how the township of Waldorf first got its name? Sure, it may be proper knowledge here, but outside of the neighborhood limits few people have ever heard of this area, then i mean to change all that, but for years I have been collecting cool pieces of trivia as well as history about Waldorf as well as the surrounding area, however right now I am too stressed with my HVAC labor to sit down as well as write, but one day that is my dream.
- I want to become an author, as well as write a novel of historical romance fiction set here in Waldorf, drawing upon its actual history.
The most interesting thing to me is that technically Waldorf is not a town, as well as never has been, waldorf started as a collection of houses, mostly by working-class folks, who needed to commute to DC. From there it expanded absolutely swiftly, growing by 15 times its original size within 20 years, which is simply phenomenal. To this day Waldorf is not respectfully a town, even though it is the 4th largest popular center in the state! Long before there was a large population here, the area was settled in the mid to late 1600s… Believe it or not, the original named for Waldorf was “beantown” but was later changed to honor William Waldorf Astor, but like I said, one day I hope to collect all of this fascinating information into a book, but the HVAC biz is just too hectic these days. It’s about all I can do to keep up with the current HVAC construction projects in Waldorf.