Oh Baltimore, oh Baltimore, order in the court! If you have ever had the pleasure of working in the legal field, or even served your civic duty as a Baltimore City juror, you have engaged with the Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse located at 110 N. Calvert Street—the epitome of an architecturally sound historic building.
Much of what the Baltimore Architecture Foundation does depends on contributions from individual donors. How will your donation make an impact?
As designers, we’re educated to hone an arsenal of tools and skills to be prepared for every situation. Got a proposal to renovate 55,000 sf of a science building? Consider it done! Need to convince the ARB that your design is compelling? No problem! Inspire 48 fourth-graders to pursue a technical or design profession? Challenge Accepted.
When I was first approached by Doors Open Baltimore to include the tour of the Westminster Hall, Burying Grounds and Catacombs in their event, I jumped at the chance because I’ve been here many years and I enjoy sharing my knowledge of this site. It has so many famous people.
#GivingTuesday is on November 28. Much of what the Baltimore Architecture Foundation does depends on contributions from individual donors. How can your donation make a difference?
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