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...

The Chase Home – Annapolis, MD

Chapter I-Baltimore made a significant contribution to the restoration of the Colonial Dining Room in the home of Samuel Chase, signer of the Declaration of Independence. The dining room is fitted with silver door knobs and hinges, as well as mahogany woodwork....

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....