01Chapter I: Baltimore Tag

Abingdon Episcopal Church – White Marsh, VA

The Abingdon Episcopal Church was built from plans drawn by Sir Christopher Wren. Chapter I – Baltimore contributed to the restoration of the church (founded 1668) in 1898 as one of its first historic preservation projects.

Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church – Wilmington, DE

Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Chapter I-Baltimore, Chapter II – Philadelphia, and the Society made a major contribution to the restoration, including pews and the original brick and stone aisle. (Reference: Colonial Churches, A Series of Sketches in the Original Colony of Virginia, 1897, Southern

Hampton Mansion – Towson, MD

Hampton Mansion, Towson, Md.  The property on which Hampton was constructed was originally part of the Northampton land grant given to Col. Henry Darnall

Gun Carriage – Ft. McHenry, MD

Gun Carriage, Ft. McHenry (1812), Md. Chapter I-Baltimore purchased the old gun carriage from the US Government in 1907 and presented it to the Fort, the site where Frances Scott Key wrote The Star Spangled Banner.