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Town & Country I: Lance Humphries, Ph.D.
Homewood Museum
Baltimore, MD
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"A 'House in Town': Charles Carroll of Homewood's Residences in Baltimore City"

Well known for having built one of the most beautiful Federal-era country houses in the United States, Charles Carroll Jr., like most wealthy Baltimoreans of his time, spent most of his winters in the city. The magnificence of his surviving Homewood house has overshadowed the reality that when built, it was intended to be a summer "retreat." During most of the winters that Charles and his wife, Harriet, spent together (1800-1816), the Carrolls typically resided in town.

Art historian Lance Humphries, Ph.D., executive director of the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy and co-curator of the Homewood Museum exhibition "A Winter's Residence: Charles Carroll of Homewood's Town Houses, 1800-1816," will trace Charles's seasonal movements and Baltimore town houses, both owned and rented, to illuminate his domestic life.
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Homewood Museum (View)
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
United States

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