Presenting new scholarship on the town houses where Charles and Harriet Carroll, their children, and enslaved household members lived when not summering at Homewood, this exhibition explores the rhythm and pattern of life in the seasonal move between town and country in booming, bustling, early nineteenth-century Baltimore.
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Please register by November 1 by calling Homewood Museum: 410.516.5589. Meet at the Carroll Mansion, 800 E. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD 21202. For directions and parking, click here. THIS TRIP IS FULL.
Join Dr. Lance Humphries and Catherine Rogers Arthur, co-curators of Homewood Museum's special exhibition, A Winter's Residence: Charles Carroll of Homewood's Town Houses, 1800–1816, for a visit to the Carroll Mansion, built in 1804–08 and the winter home of Carroll's father and Declaration of Independence signer Charles Carroll of Carrollton.
Enjoy a guided tour of the mansion by Paula Hankins, executive director of the Carroll Museums, and learn what this Baltimore neighborhood looked like in the early 1800s, when Charles Jr. lived across the street from his father.
A catered lunch will follow in a private room on the mansion's second floor.
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