Friday, May 22 | 1:00 pm | Donations. The fourth in a series of virtual tours and presentations with Baltimore Heritage and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation. Baltimore is a city filled with a wide range of architectural treasures. From tiny temple-like structures, to gem-like carpenter gothic churches, to robust Richardson Revival edifices, to castle-like school buildings, our architecture has something to delight everyone. But some of these treasures are off the beaten path and not everyone knows about them. Take a spin through Baltimore with BAF past president, Meg Fairfax Fielding.
A rare opportunity to view multiple residences designed by Baltimore architect Laurence Hall Fowler, from some of his earliest commissions at Oak Place and the Calvert School, to his many commissions at Evergreen for John Work and Alice Warder Garrett.