Presenting new scholarship on the town houses where Charles and Harriet Carroll, their children, and enslaved household members lived when not summering at Homewood, this exhibition explores the rhythm and pattern of life in the seasonal move between town and country in booming, bustling, early nineteenth-century Baltimore.
On view 11am–4pm Tuesday–Friday, noon–4pm Saturday–Sunday (last tour departs at 3:30pm) / Included with guided museum tour admission.
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A Winter's Residence: Charles Carroll of Homewood's Town Houses, 1800-1816 is co-curated by Catherine Rogers Arthur, former Director and Curator of Homewood Museum, and Lance Humphries, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy.
This exhibition and accompanying publication are made possible by Brigid Goody, Bean and Charles Carroll, Jean and Theodore Oshrine, Henry Dugan and Caroline Griffin, Eileen Perkins, and Wallace and Hannah Pickworth.