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Homewood Museum is considered one of the best examples of early nineteenth Chesapeake architecture in Baltimore. This year, Michelle Fitzgerald, Assistant Curator JHU Museums, will present about the architecture of Homewood, pointing out features she hopes you will be able to see in person soon. Learn about the building’s quirks and details to discover more about this former country estate.
Photo courtesy Andrew Nagl
This event has been organized by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and the Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries and University Museums. Learn more about Doors Open Baltimore 2020.Eventbrite