To celebrate the completion and installation of new historic interpretive signs at the historic mills of the Jones Fall Valley, please join your neighbors and friends on Monday, April 1, 2019 for a free reception highlighting the new research and photographs discovered as part of the project.
With grant funding from the Baltimore National Heritage Area, Preservation Maryland has completed a two-year project to illustrate the labor history of the intact mill villages and buildings along the Jones Falls Valley in Baltimore City’s Hampden neighborhood by researching, designing, and installing eight new interpretative signs. The research was conducted by Nathan Dennies of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation with design by Paula Bogert of PJ Bogert Design located in the Hampden neighborhood. Both Dennies and Bogert are founding members of the Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance. Addition support for the project came from current property owners including Clipper Mill Property Owners Association, Himmelrich Associates, Remington Properties, and Terra Nova Ventures.