Walking Back in Time

Charles Carroll, Jr. of Homewood (1775-1825), like many gentlemen of his time, was caught up in the excitement of current horticultural developments. He experimented with new varieties of plants, grafted roses, designed vegetable gardens, and planted an orchard at Homewood. In an 1801 letter to his wife, he describes an unfortunate incident in the orchard: […]


A Student Exhibition at Homewood

First, there was the field trip to Clifton. Then, there was the classwork. And finally by the end of Fall 2013, the students of Ms. Authur’s Museums and Society class had researched and prepared the material for their exhibition entitled “A Tale of Two Houses: Homewood, Clifton & Historic Preservation.” They then installed maps, photos, […]