Black History Month at Homewood: Meet William Ross – Father, Fugitive, and Freedom Fighter

Homewood Museum tells the story of three families who lived and worked in this federal-period house between 1801 and 1832. Two of these families, the Rosses and Conners, were enslaved by the white Carroll family who owned the estate.When visitors tour Homewood Museum they are confronted by the juxtaposition of beautiful eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century […]


Can You Dig It? Homewood Museum Wins Historic Preservation Award For Drainage Improvement Project

Last night, a team that included several Hopkins employees was recognized by the local historic preservation nonprofit Baltimore Heritage for successfully shepherding Homewood Museum through an extensive drainage improvement project last summer. The project—which was undertaken to correct a faulty underground piping system that as causing moisture to pool around the historic house’s foundation—required the […]