Press Releases

Press Release: Madame Bonaparte Tea & Fashion Show

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Laura Rodini lrodini@mdhs.org 410-685-3750 Ext. 322

An Evening with James M. McPherson

Rare Special Appearance at The Maryland Historical Society
An Evening with James M. McPherson:
"Civil War on Land and by Sea:

Defenders’ Day Celebrations at The Maryland Historical Society and Fort McHenry

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 

Defenders’ Day Celebrations
at The Maryland Historical Society and Fort McHenry

  

Fourth of July Kickoff Celebration: The 'Stitching History' Star Spangled Banner Project Begins!

BALTIMORE, June 21, 2013: Beginning July 4, 2013, The Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) will be recreating the 30 x 42 foot Star-Spangled Banner flag that inspired the writing of our national anthem. The flag is an authentic reproduction of the original and will take more than 100 volunteer stitchers six weeks to complete.

Stitching History: Recreating the Star Spangled Banner at The Maryland Historical Society

Public Invited to Participate In Flag Stitching as Part of Maryland's Celebration of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812

 

The Maryland Historical Society Presents The Bonaparte Ball

BALTIMORE - The Maryland Historical Society proudly presents The Bonaparte Ball on Saturday June 8, 2013, in celebration of the eve of the exhibition "A Woman of Two Worlds:" Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte and Her Quest for an Imperial Legacy. The 7pm event will be held at the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion in downtown Baltimore, with a black-tie evening of dinner and dancing bringing Elizabeth into the 21st century.

'Woman of Two Worlds:' Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte and Her Quest for an Imperial Legacy

Known as 'the Notorious Belle of Baltimore,' socialite and landowner Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte was an important female figure in 1812 society