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Agnew, Spiro T. (1918-1996)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Spiro T. Agnew (1918-1996) was the fifty-fifth governor of Maryland. He served from 1967-1969, before serving as Vice President of the United States.
Anne, Queen of England
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
The city of Annapolis, Maryland was named in 1694 for Princess Anne (1665-1714), then heiress to the throne of England and later Queen of England...
Boone, A. Gordon (1910-1988)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
A. Gordon Boone was the Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates for January 1963 session.
Bowie, Oden (1826-1894)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Oden Bowie (1826-1894) was the thirty-fourth governor of Maryland. He served from 1869-1872, and was the first occupant of the current governor’s...
Bowie, Robert (1750-1818). After the portrait, c. 1804, by...
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Robert Bowie (1750-1818) was the eleventh governor of Maryland. He served from 1803-1806, and 1811-1812
Briscoe, John Hanson (1934- )
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
John Hanson Briscoe (born 1934) was the Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates from 1973-1979.
Brown, Frank (1846-1920)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Frank Brown (1846-1920) was the forty-second governor of Maryland. He served from 1892-1896.
Calvert, Cecil (1605-1675)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Cecil Calvert, the Second Baron of Baltimore received the Charter of the Colony of Maryland in 1632 from King Charles I after the death of his father...
Calvert, Leonard (thought to be)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Leonard Calvert was Maryland’s first colonial governor. He sailed to Maryland with the Ark and Dove in 1633 to found the colony, and served until his...
Calvert, Leonard (1606-1647)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Leonard Calvert was Maryland’s first colonial governor. He sailed to Maryland with the Ark and Dove in 1633 to found the colony, and served until his...
Cardin, Benjamin (b. 1943)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Benjamin Cardin (born 1943) was the Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates from 1979-1986.
Carroll, Charles of Carrollton (1737-1832)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
This bronze maquette depicts Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1872) Signer of the Declaration of Independence. This is a model of the full-size...
Carroll, Charles of Carrollton (1737-1832). Based on life...
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
This portrait depicts Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1872) Signer of the Declaration of Independence
Carroll, Daniel (1730-1796). After the portrait, c. 1755,...
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Daniel Carroll (1730-1796) served in the Maryland Senate from 1781-1790 and was the Senate President, in 1783, 1785, 1787, 1788-1790.
Chase, Samuel (1741-1811). Head after the portrait, 1811,...
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
This portrait depicts Samuel Chase (1741-1811) Signer of the Declaration of Independence
Conlon, Thomas E. (1883-1943)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Thomas E. Conlon (1883-1943) was the Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates in 1939, 1941, 1943.
DeKalb, Baron Johann (1721-1780)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Johann de Kalb was a German born baron who served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. He was mortally wounded at the Battle of...
Desk
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Brass plaque screwed to the underside of the lift-top indicates desk was presented to the state of Maryland by Philip B. Perlman, Solicitor General...
Eden, Sir Robert (1861-1918). After the head in the full...
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Sir Robert Eden (1741-1784) was the last royal governor of Maryland. He served from 1769-1776, but his effective authority ended with the formation...
Ehrlich Jr., Robert L. (b.1957)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. (born 1957) was the sixtieth governor of Maryland. He served from 2003-2007.
Emanuel Gorfine
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Emanuel Gorfine (D-BC 4); House of Deleates, 1931-1937; Speaker of the House, 1935-1937; State Senate, 1939-1941
Founding of Maryland
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
The Founding of Maryland is thought to be an allegorical depiction of the Acts of Toleration. Written by Cecil Calvert and passed in 1649, the Acts...
George Washington's Resignation Speech
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
George Washington's final draft of his resignation speech that he gave in the Old Senate Chamber of the Maryland State House on December 23, 1783. In...
Glendening, Parris N. (b. 1942)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Parris N. Glendening (born 1942) was the fifty-ninth governor of Maryland. He served from 1995-2003.
Goldsborough, Phillips Lee (1865-1946)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Phillips Lee Goldsborough (1865-1946) was the forty-seventh governor of Maryland. He served from 1912-1916.
Hanson, John (1721-1783)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
John Hanson (1715-1783) served as a delegate to the Continental Congress. From 1781-1782 he served as “President of the United States in Congress...
Henrietta Maria (1609-1669)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Queen Henrietta Maria (1609-1669) was married to King Charles I of England. Cecil Calvert, the second Lord Baltimore, named his newly founded colony...
Hicks, Thomas Holliday (1798-1865)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Thomas Holliday Hicks (1798-1865) was the thirty-first governor of Maryland. He served from 1858-1862, and was a staunch Unionist in the years...
Howard, John Eager (1752-1827). After a portrait by...
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
This portrait depicts John Eager Howard (1752-1827) governor of Maryland 1788-1791
Hughes, Harry (b. 1926)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Harry R. Hughes (born 1926) was the fifty-seventh governor of Maryland. He served as from 1979-1987.
Jackson, Elihu Emory (1837-1907)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Elihu E. Jackson (1837-1907) was the forty-first governor of Maryland, He severed from 1888-1892.
John Shaw flag, reproduction
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Annapolis cabinetmaker John Shaw created a large flag to fly from the Dome of the State House while the Continental Congress was meeting in Annapolis...
Johnson, Thomas, Jr. (1732-1819). Altered replica of the...
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
This portrait depicts Thomas Johnson (1732-1819) governor of Maryland 1777-1779
Jones, Spencer C. (1836-1915)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Spencer C. Jones (1836-1915) served as president of the Maryland Senate, treasurer of Maryland, and clerk of the Maryland Court of Appeals. Jones...
Kent, Joseph (1779-1837)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Joseph Kent (1779-1837) was the nineteenth governor of Maryland. He served from 1829-1829.
Lane, William Preston (1892-1967)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
William Preston Lane (1881-1864) was the fifty-second governor of Maryland. He served from 1947-1951, and oversaw the construction of the Chesapeake...
Lee, Blair III (1916-1985)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Blair Lee III (1916-1985) served as acting governor of Maryland from 1977-1979.
Letter from James McHenry to Margaret (Peggy) Caldwell
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
A three-page letter from James McHenry to his future wife, Margaret (Peggy) Caldwell, describing George Washington's resignation of his commission of...
Letter from Mary (Molly) Ridout to Anne Tasker Ogle
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
A four page letter from Mary (Molly) Ridout to Anne Tasker Ogle describing George Washington's resignation of his commission as commander in chief of...
Lowe, Thomas Hunter (1928-1984)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Thomas Hunter Lowe, (1928-1984) was the Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates from 1969-1973.
Luber, John Christopher (1903-1962)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
John Christopher Luber was the Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates from 1951-1958.
Mandel, Marvin (b. 1920)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Marvin Mandel (born 1943) was the Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates from 1964-1969 and the fifty-sixth governor of Maryland from 1969-1979.
Mandel, Marvin (b. 1920)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Marvin Mandel (born 1920) was the fifty-sixth governor of Maryland. He served from 1969-1979.
Matthew Henson Memorial (1866-1955)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Matthew Henson (1866-1955) of Maryland became the first African American to reach the North Pole, on April 6, 1909. He is recognized as a co-discover...
McKeldin, Theodore (1900-1974)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Theodore R. McKeldin (1900-1974) was the fifty-third governor of Maryland. He served from 1951-1959.
McLane, Robert M. (1815-1898)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Robert M. McLane (1815-1898) was thirty-ninth governor of Maryland He severed from 1884-1885. He left the office to be become the United State...
Mitchell, R. Clayton Jr. (1936- )
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
R. Clayton Mitchell, (born 1936) was the Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates from 1987-1993.
Morning on the Severn River, Maryland
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Maryland landscape painter Hugh Bolton Jones spent most of his professional life in Baltimore City. Many of his works depict scenes of the Maryland...
Near Union Bridge, Maryland
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
This landscape by Maryland artist Hugh Bolton Jones depicts an area in Carroll County, Maryland. Jones drew upon his training in the Hudson River...
Nice, Harry Whinna (1877-1941)
Maryland State House, Annapolis, Maryland
Harry W. Nice (1877-1941) was the fiftieth governor of Maryland. He served from 1935-1939.
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