Winter Lecture Series: The William Paca House: 250 Years of an Annapolis Landmark
Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017
Location: William Paca House Conference Room, 186 Prince George Street
Time: 10 am - 12 pm
SOLD OUT - This event is sold out, however if you would like to be placed on a waiting list, we will be happy to let you know if space opens up for if a second lecture is scheduled in the future. To be placed on the wait list, please email Kaelynn Bedsworth at email@example.com.
The William Paca House has sheltered many people and served many functions since the 1760s. It was home to a signer of the Declaration of Independence, aristocratic refugees from war-torn Europe, and a Navy widow whose sons-in-law fought on opposite sides in the Civil War. It was part of a hotel founded by a national tennis champion and featured in Hollywood films and was the object of an intensive restoration effort begun a half-century ago. Senior Historian Glenn E. Campbell tells the remarkable story of one Annapolis building through time.
Cost: $10 General Admission; Free for HA Members and Volunteers
Please note: The location of this lecture has been changed to the William Paca House Conference Room, 186 Prince George Street.
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