MdHS In The News

The American History Chanel on C-Span 3 broadcast a lecture at MDHS on February 18th 2012.

The American History Chanel on C-Span 3 broadcast a lecture at MDHS on February 18th 2012.  Part of the Francis Scott Key Lecture Series, this presentation by David Hildebrand was on the musical history of The Star Spangled Banner. C-Span 3 coverage.

MdHS Introduces New Folk Art Exhibit - Interview by WYPR with Alexandra Deutsch, MdHS Curator

WYPR Morning Maryland host Sheila Kast interviews Alexandra Deutsch, MDHS curator, on the opening of a new Folk Art Exhibition featuring painted Baltimore screens, quilts, pottery and firepanels.

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MDHS loans Charles Wilson Peale masterpiece to Smithsonian for new exhibit

July 15, 2011

The Great Hall of American Wonders Opens Today at American Art

 

The Artist in His Museum, Charles Willson Peale, 1822. Courtesy of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Gift of Mrs. Sarah Harrison (The Joseph Harrison Jr. Collection)

The Artist in His Museum, Charles Willson Peale, 1822. Courtesy of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Gift of Mrs. Sarah Harrison (The Joseph Harrison Jr. Collection)

'Living history' is making a comeback at some Maryland museums

 Historical Society, Jewish Museum among the institutions using actors to enhance exhibits

 

 


Civil War Times Reviews Exhibit at Maryland Historical Society

Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War now on display

 

Civil War Times Review of Divided Voices: Maryland in The Civil War at MdHS

The Preakness Showcases Maryland's Roots - WAMU (NPR) - FM in Washington, DC

by Matt Bush

May 19, 2011 - On Saturday, around 100,000 people will pack the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore for the Preakness Stakes, the second race in horse racing's Triple Crown. The Preakness showcases all things Maryland, including the state's horse racing industry. But it's been a long time since a Maryland horse won the race.

Following the Civil War Trail in Maryland - The Hill Rag

Do not leave Baltimore without visiting the Maryland Historical Society. The name is off -putting, conjuring up images of $5 annual dues and monthly erudite lectures.

But the reality is anything but. The167-year-old institution is one of the country’s finest, most fascinating and most comprehensive, museums and research centers. Its Civil War exhibition, “Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War,” is stunning.

Why we're still intrigued by the duchess from Baltimore

Love her or hate her, the world may have Wallis Simpson to thank for this week's royal wedding

By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun

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