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Last month, Diane and Jeff Caslow, members of Preservation Maryland continued their quest to visit each of Maryland’s twenty-four counties in twenty-four months. Next on the heritage tourism docket is exploring Kent County.

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The Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum in Baltimore County recently utilized a Heritage Fund grant and over 600 volunteer hours to repaint a Martin RB-57A Canberra airplane to it’s original 1950s color scheme as part of it’s airfield fleet.

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Since 1880, the mission of the Women’s Industrial Exchange has been to offer opportunities and an outlet for the women of Baltimore to gain knowledge, skills, and resources which leads to their financial stability. The Exchange in reconfiguring their pursuits is inviting good ideas on how to best utilize their historic building and relevant function into the future.

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The Turner Station-based Henrietta Lacks Legacy Group recently launched a campaign to support the issuance of a commemorative U.S. postage stamp of Henrietta Lacks of the famed HeLa cells.

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