The Garrett-Jacobs Mansion is a National Register Historic Landmark, a contributing structure to the Mount Vernon Historic District, and arguably the finest example of Gilded Age architecture in Baltimore. It comprises parts of 4 rowhouses built in the 1850s (7, 9, 11 and 13 West Mount Vernon Place). Over a period of 60 years, the Mansion grew from one elegant rowhome (No. 11) located in the finest residential community of Baltimore, into a showplace celebrating the wealth and good taste of its owner.
About the Presenter:
Lisa Keir is a Trustee of the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion Endowment Fund and a life-long fan of historic architecture. She developed a tour of the Mansion and trained docents to lead the tours.
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