4-26-10: Maryland’s National Treasures

April 26, 2010 at 5:39 am Leave a comment

While the 18th century State House in Annapolis undergoes renovations, the grand paintings that have been hanging there since the 18th century will be on display at the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore.

The exhibit, Maryland’s National Treasures, was organized by MHS director Burt Kummerow and Maryland State Archivist Ed Papenfuse. They both stop by the studio to tell Tom about General Washington’s letter of resignation from the Army, Charles Wilson Peale’s impressive portraits, and all the other Revolutionary War-era treasures in the exhibition.

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