(September 21, 2023) At the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center (MWHC), we have dreams for the future. It’s a future where the immense accomplishments of all Maryland women are recognized and preserved. We are launching the Maryland Women's Heritage Legacy Fund, which...
(September 16, 2023) On October 4, 2023, we welcome Christina Delgado, Baltimore based photographer, designer, and curator, as the latest woman featured in our window artist series. A free reception, open to all, will give guests the chance to talk with the artist...
MWHC and Enoch Pratt Free Library virtually visit “Fascinating Women Buried in Baltimore’s Historic Cemeteries”
(August 15, 2023) With photos and storytelling, we will virtually visit the gravesites of ten Baltimore women, all very different from each other, who lived during Baltimore in the 1800s. Baltimore women of the time were the backbone of families and communities. At...
(June 8, 2023) Baltimore Orioles head groundskeeper Nicole Sherry, one of only two women in Major League Baseball's 118-year history to have that job, will join Orioles correspondent Roch Kubatko in a Virtual Speaker Program hosted by the Babe Ruth Birthplace and...
Historical Marker to be Dedicated in Honor of Suffragist Edith Houghton Hooker in Downtown Baltimore
(May 21, 2023) Once-forgotten history lies under downtown Baltimore’s Verizon Central Office Building at Charles and Pleasant streets. At 15 E. Pleasant Street suffragist (and maternal aunt of actress Katharine Hepburn) Edith Houghton Hooker founded the Just...
What to do after the Flower Mart on Friday May 5: Free reception for “Memorabilia from the historic Woman’s Industrial Exchange”
(April 10, 2023) After your day at the Flower Mart on Friday May 5, walk just a few blocks south on Charles Street to the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center (MWHC), now located in the former Woman's Industrial Exchange (WIE). MWHC is documenting the history and...
(April 3, 2023) Want to research the life of a family member or local woman of note? You don't need to be a trained historical or genealogist. Join the MWHC and the Allegany and Garrett County libraries to learn how to get started. You can "add HER story to history to...
(March 30, 2023) The Baltimore Banner recently featured MWHC's unique project, Memories of the Woman's Industrial Exchange, which will preserve the memories of the workers and volunteers who shaped the Woman's Industrial Exchange (WIE) into a well-recognized Baltimore...
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