The Herald-Mail's ninth annual landmarks contest continues. Ten clues were published in the Lifestyle sections of The Herald-Mail, The Daily Mail and The Morning Herald last week.
To clarify: Although the ironwork that is clue No. 8 resembles a gate, it is not actually a gate.
Clue No. 1 has been disqualified from the contest because it does not meet the criteria for contest clues. Contestants only need to identify nine photographic clues for recognizable spots in Hagerstown.
The remaining nine clues can be spotted within three blocks north, south, east or west of Hagerstown's Public Square. They are not historic landmarks, but they are relatively distinct parts of the downtown area, visible from streets, sidewalks, alleys or parking lots.
Identify as many as you can for a chance to win. The person who correctly identifies the most will win $500. If there's a tie, one name will be randomly drawn from among the names of those who qualify.