(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 the end of their lives, family and friends laid these women to rest in several area cemeteries, including Green Mount, Loudon Park, Mount Auburn, Baltimore Hebrew and New Cathedral. 

Some of these women are famous, but you may not know all of the details of their lives. There are others whose stories are just now being told. Every one, in her own way, has had a part in the fabric of Baltimore.  

Date: Saturday, September 30, 2023 from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Presented by Kathi Santora, freelance writer and president of the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center. She is producer of the blog, Dying to Tell Their Stories, which explores Baltimore history with looks at the lives of people buried in the city’s cemeteries.

Attend in-person at Enoch Pratt Free Library, 400 Cathedral St., Baltimore; If you would like to attend virtually, you can access the event from the Pratt’s Facebook page or YouTube page.

A photo of a cemetery angel sitting and looking sad.