Almost forgotten Baltimore history: Maryland Women’s Heritage Center and Marian House to preserve the history of Baltimore’s Woman’s Industrial Exchange
(August 2, 2022) Despite its landmark status at 333 N. Charles Street in Baltimore’s Mt. Vernon neighborhood, and its fond memories in the hearts of many longtime Baltimoreans, no one has documented and celebrated the history of the Woman’s Industrial Exchange...
(August 2, 2022) Women have been working for decades now to achieve passage of the ERA, which states says that men and women shall have equal rights throughout the United States and every place subject to its jurisdiction. To celebrate Women’s Equality Day 2022,...
(May 11, 2022) After operating virtually for several years, MWHC moved into the historic Marian House/Woman’s Industrial Exchange (WIE) building in December 2020. However, we haven't had a chance to gather and celebrate until now! We are proud to be a part...
(May 2, 2022) Join the Maryland Women's Heritage Center, Mt. Olivet Cemetery, the William G. Pomeroy Foundation and the National Votes for Women Trail to celebrate Frederick suffragists Florence and Bertha Trail with a new historical marker to be unveiled in Mt....
(April 18, 2022) The Talbot Historical Society, the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center, and the William G. Pomeroy Foundation will unveil a new historical marker honoring Mary Jenkins and Mary Bartlett Dixon, Talbot County’s two most prominent suffragists. The event...
Maryland Commission for Women Report: “At the Heart of the Pandemic: Maryland Women and the Covid-19 Crisis”
(April 5, 2022) The Maryland Commission for Women has just published an in-depth study on the effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the State's women. More than 4,500 women responded to the Commission’s survey between August and mid-October 2021. In...
MWHC presents Alyscia Cunningham and “I Am More than My Hair,” a candid discussion of the world’s definition of beauty
(April 3, 2022) Help us welcome author and filmmaker Alyscia Cunningham for an author talk and book discussion of "I Am More Than My Hair," a photography book that includes stories of women who have experienced hair loss due to a health condition and their...
(March 27, 2022) One of our traveling exhibits, Maryland Women in STEM, has made a stop at the Maryland State Office Building, 301 W. Preston Street in downtown Baltimore. If you can't stop by, see it online...
P.O. Box 719
Brooklandville, MD 21022-0719
Open by appointment or for special events at this time
Marian House/Woman’s Industrial Exchange
333 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Diana M. Bailey