Please join the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center, October 19th, at 11:00 am as we present a Time-Travel experience by Actor Rosemarie Law, as she brings to life, Baltimore native, Virginia Hall, America’s Greatest Spy and Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame inductee.
Thank you to the The Maryland Historical Society for hosting and providing the venue for this presentation at 201 West Monument Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
FREE Parking on site.
Doors open at 10:30 for coffee and light morning snacks. Program at 11 AM
For questions/comments, please call MWHC Executive Director, Diana M. Bailey at 443-996-1788
Maryland and the 19th Amendment: Marching Towards Women’s Suffrage“
Most view Marylander Margaret Brent as the first suffragist in the United States. An unmarried landholder in colonial Maryland, she appeared before the legislature in 1648 and she asked the Governor and assembly to admit her with two votes, one as a landowner and one as Lord Baltimore’s attorney. She was denied both”.
Please join the MWHC in Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage: 1920-2020
Your financial support serves to keep our Maryland Women’s History alive along with programs that reach out in to all Maryland communities.
Mailing Address: Maryland Women’s Heritage Center P.O. Box 719 Brooklandville, MD 21022-0719
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