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- Our annual membership meeting will be on Sunday, 2/18! We'll be discussing the state of @howardcounty_historicalsociety, discussing our accomplishments from 2017 and our goals for the new year, and elect new board members and officers. We're also welcoming special guest, Will Armstrong -- author of "Maryland in World War I" -- who will be speaking at the meeting. To RSVP, either email us at info@hchsmd.org or call us at 410-480-3250. #hocomd #hocoevents #nonprofits #meetings #lectures #Maryland #mdhistory #howardcouny #howardcounyhistoricalsociety #announcements
- Our annual membership meeting will be on Sunday, 2/18! We& #39;ll be discussing the state of @howardcounty_historicalsociety , discussing our accomplishments from 2017 and our goals for the new year, and elect new board members and officers. We& #39;re also welcoming special guest, Will Armstrong -- author of "Maryland in World War I" -- who will be speaking at the meeting. To RSVP, either email us at inf @hchsmd.org or call us at 410-480-3250. #hocomd #hocoevents #nonprofits #meetings #lectures #Maryland #mdhistory #howardcouny #howardcounyhistoricalsociety #announcements
- Our annual membership meeting will be on Sunday, 2/18! We'll be discussing the state of @howardcounty_historicalsociety, discussing our accomplishments from 2017 and our goals for the new year, and elect new board members and officers. We're also welcoming special guest, Will Armstrong -- author of "Maryland in World War I" -- who will be speaking at the meeting. To RSVP, either email us at info@hchsmd.org or call us at 410-480-3250. #hocomd #hocoevents #nonprofits #meetings #lectures #Maryland #mdhistory #howardcouny #howardcounyhistoricalsociety #announcements
- View of the C.A. Gambrill Mill & the B&O Railroad spur on the loading bay. This flour mill was one of many that stood in this location along the Pataspco River in Ellicott City- the first mill belonging to the Ellicott brothers in 1774. Built in the late 1860s, the C.A. Gambrill Mill eventually met the same fate as the others, burning down in 1916. In its place now is the Wilkin-Rogers flour mill, which has owned the current plant since 1967. Photo taken unknown, but before 1916. Courtesy of HCHS. #hocomd #mdhistory #flourmills #historicphotos #blackandwhitephotography #baltimoreandohio #railroads #b&o #wilkinrogers #mills #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- View of the C.A. Gambrill Mill & the B&O Railroad spur on the loading bay. This flour mill was one of many that stood in this location along the Pataspco River in Ellicott City- the first mill belonging to the Ellicott brothers in 1774. Built in the late 1860s, the C.A. Gambrill Mill eventually met the same fate as the others, burning down in 1916. In its place now is the Wilkin-Rogers flour mill, which has owned the current plant since 1967. Photo taken unknown, but before 1916. Courtesy of HCHS. #hocomd #mdhistory #flourmills #historicphotos #blackandwhitephotography #baltimoreandohio #railroads #b &o #wilkinrogers #mills #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- View of the C.A. Gambrill Mill & the B&O Railroad spur on the loading bay. This flour mill was one of many that stood in this location along the Pataspco River in Ellicott City- the first mill belonging to the Ellicott brothers in 1774. Built in the late 1860s, the C.A. Gambrill Mill eventually met the same fate as the others, burning down in 1916. In its place now is the Wilkin-Rogers flour mill, which has owned the current plant since 1967. Photo taken unknown, but before 1916. Courtesy of HCHS. #hocomd #mdhistory #flourmills #historicphotos #blackandwhitephotography #baltimoreandohio #railroads #b&o #wilkinrogers #mills #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- #DYK The Howard County Tourism Center was once a post office. It originally opened on December 7 1940 (exactly one year before the bombing of Pearl Harbor!) and closed in 2008, after a new, more accessible post office was built off of Route 40. The county purchased the building that same year and the building became the headquarters of @visithocomd. Photo taken in ca. 1985. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #throwbackthursday #hocomd #postoffice #historicphotos #blackandwhitephoto #mdhistory #hocohistory #ellicottcity #uspostoffice #usps #howardcountyhistoricalsociety @visitellicottcity
- #DYK The Howard County Tourism Center was once a post office. It originally opened on December 7 1940 (exactly one year before the bombing of Pearl Harbor!) and closed in 2008, after a new, more accessible post office was built off of Route 40. The county purchased the building that same year and the building became the headquarters of @visithocomd. Photo taken in ca. 1985. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #throwbackthursday #hocomd #postoffice #historicphotos #blackandwhitephoto #mdhistory #hocohistory #ellicottcity #uspostoffice #usps #howardcountyhistoricalsociety @visitellicottcity
- #DYK The Howard County Tourism Center was once a post office. It originally opened on December 7 1940 (exactly one year before the bombing of Pearl Harbor!) and closed in 2008, after a new, more accessible post office was built off of Route 40. The county purchased the building that same year and the building became the headquarters of @visithocomd. Photo taken in ca. 1985. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #throwbackthursday #hocomd #postoffice #historicphotos #blackandwhitephoto #mdhistory #hocohistory #ellicottcity #uspostoffice #usps #howardcountyhistoricalsociety @visitellicottcity
- Doughoregan Manor was one of the properties owned by Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence. Charles Carroll I acquired the 10,000 acres comprising the original Doughoregan Manor in 1717 and his son, Charles Carroll II constructed the main section of the manor in 1727. After he died in the 1760s, it was passed to his son, Charles Carroll of Carrollton who used it as a country home until he died in 1832. It was expanded and remodeled by his grandson, Charles Carroll V in the 1830s. Over the centuries, some of the land Doughoregan Manor sits on has been either sold or donated and the property is now 876 acres. It is still owned by the Carroll family and is not open to the public. Photo taken ca. 1950s. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society
- Doughoregan Manor was one of the properties owned by Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence. Charles Carroll I acquired the 10,000 acres comprising the original Doughoregan Manor in 1717 and his son, Charles Carroll II constructed the main section of the manor in 1727. After he died in the 1760s, it was passed to his son, Charles Carroll of Carrollton who used it as a country home until he died in 1832. It was expanded and remodeled by his grandson, Charles Carroll V in the 1830s. Over the centuries, some of the land Doughoregan Manor sits on has been either sold or donated and the property is now 876 acres. It is still owned by the Carroll family and is not open to the public. Photo taken ca. 1950s. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society
- Doughoregan Manor was one of the properties owned by Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence. Charles Carroll I acquired the 10,000 acres comprising the original Doughoregan Manor in 1717 and his son, Charles Carroll II constructed the main section of the manor in 1727. After he died in the 1760s, it was passed to his son, Charles Carroll of Carrollton who used it as a country home until he died in 1832. It was expanded and remodeled by his grandson, Charles Carroll V in the 1830s. Over the centuries, some of the land Doughoregan Manor sits on has been either sold or donated and the property is now 876 acres. It is still owned by the Carroll family and is not open to the public. Photo taken ca. 1950s. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society
- #ayearinreview March and April were two very exciting months! We sponsored the Heirloom to Haute Gala to raise funds for the @mdhistoricalsociety , where our creations were displayed in the museum quality exhibition and we donated two dresses for an auction. We had a photo shoot at @nemacolin with our awesome crew! We had a great time shooting our marketing images for the entire year! We then participated in the @baltimorebride bridal show at @fourseasons, very exciting! Ella was chosen to be a @baltimorebizjournal #mentor for #mentoringMonday, we were so #honored! And we wrapped up with a #spring #photoshoot for the @tsgbaltimoreannapolis A very exciting spring indeed! But wait till we tell you about our summer! Thank you for being a part of our journey! #Highlights of 2017 #grateful #ellapritskercouture
- #ayearinreview March and April were two very exciting months! We sponsored the Heirloom to Haute Gala to raise funds for the @mdhistoricalsociety , where our creations were displayed in the museum quality exhibition and we donated two dresses for an auction. We had a photo shoot at @nemacolin with our awesome crew! We had a great time shooting our marketing images for the entire year! We then participated in the @baltimorebride bridal show at @fourseasons , very exciting! Ella was chosen to be a @baltimorebizjournal #mentor for #mentoringMonday , we were so #honored ! And we wrapped up with a #spring #photoshoot for the @tsgbaltimoreannapolis A very exciting spring indeed! But wait till we tell you about our summer! Thank you for being a part of our journey! #Highlights of 2017 #grateful #ellapritskercouture
- #ayearinreview March and April were two very exciting months! We sponsored the Heirloom to Haute Gala to raise funds for the @mdhistoricalsociety , where our creations were displayed in the museum quality exhibition and we donated two dresses for an auction. We had a photo shoot at @nemacolin with our awesome crew! We had a great time shooting our marketing images for the entire year! We then participated in the @baltimorebride bridal show at @fourseasons, very exciting! Ella was chosen to be a @baltimorebizjournal #mentor for #mentoringMonday, we were so #honored! And we wrapped up with a #spring #photoshoot for the @tsgbaltimoreannapolis A very exciting spring indeed! But wait till we tell you about our summer! Thank you for being a part of our journey! #Highlights of 2017 #grateful #ellapritskercouture
- Welcome winter! This red brick building in Howard County was the perfect backdrop for this styled wintery shoot in Savage Mill. I learned so much about this historical building as I planned this shoot. In 1820, Amos Williams and his three brothers borrowed $20k from a friend John Savage to start a textile weaving business on the banks of the Little Patuxent River. The water from the river flowed over a huge 30 foot water wheel which powered the machines that wove the cloth. They named the business Savage Mill after their generous friend. It functioned as a working textile Mill from 1822 to 1947. The primary product woven in the 1800’s was canvas. This lightweight, yet strong material was used in making sails for clipper ships that sailed in and out of Baltimore Harbor. This canvas was also used for tents, cannon covers and other supplies for Civil War armies; painted backdrops for Hollywood’s first silent movies from 1890 to 1900; and canvas cots, truck covers and transport bags used by U.S. soldiers in Europe during both World Wars I and II. I'm grateful for the Miner family for purchasing and restoring these red brick buildings. Photo by @labirdie #romanticweddingshoot #styledshoot #romanticweddings #winterweddings #historicmdvenue #marylandhistory #savagemill #nationalhistoricregistry #thegreatroom #carrollbaldwinhall #puttingontheritz #mdhistory #howardcountyhistory #visithocomd #historicsavagemill #howardcountyweddingvendors #weddingflowers #weddingflorist #putting_ontheritz #mdweddingflorist #vaweddingflorist #dmvweddings #dcweddings #2018weddings #weddinginspiration #bouquets #blushbouquet #organiclushbouquets #ohsoloverly #dellablooms
- Welcome winter! This red brick building in Howard County was the perfect backdrop for this styled wintery shoot in Savage Mill. I learned so much about this historical building as I planned this shoot. In 1820, Amos Williams and his three brothers borrowed $20k from a friend John Savage to start a textile weaving business on the banks of the Little Patuxent River. The water from the river flowed over a huge 30 foot water wheel which powered the machines that wove the cloth. They named the business Savage Mill after their generous friend. It functioned as a working textile Mill from 1822 to 1947. The primary product woven in the 1800’s was canvas. This lightweight, yet strong material was used in making sails for clipper ships that sailed in and out of Baltimore Harbor. This canvas was also used for tents, cannon covers and other supplies for Civil War armies; painted backdrops for Hollywood’s first silent movies from 1890 to 1900; and canvas cots, truck covers and transport bags used by U.S. soldiers in Europe during both World Wars I and II. I& #39;m grateful for the Miner family for purchasing and restoring these red brick buildings. Photo by @labirdie #romanticweddingshoot #styledshoot #romanticweddings #winterweddings #historicmdvenue #marylandhistory #savagemill #nationalhistoricregistry #thegreatroom #carrollbaldwinhall #puttingontheritz #mdhistory #howardcountyhistory #visithocomd #historicsavagemill #howardcountyweddingvendors #weddingflowers #weddingflorist #putting_ontheritz #mdweddingflorist #vaweddingflorist #dmvweddings #dcweddings #2018weddings #weddinginspiration #bouquets #blushbouquet #organiclushbouquets #ohsoloverly #dellablooms
- Welcome winter! This red brick building in Howard County was the perfect backdrop for this styled wintery shoot in Savage Mill. I learned so much about this historical building as I planned this shoot. In 1820, Amos Williams and his three brothers borrowed $20k from a friend John Savage to start a textile weaving business on the banks of the Little Patuxent River. The water from the river flowed over a huge 30 foot water wheel which powered the machines that wove the cloth. They named the business Savage Mill after their generous friend. It functioned as a working textile Mill from 1822 to 1947. The primary product woven in the 1800’s was canvas. This lightweight, yet strong material was used in making sails for clipper ships that sailed in and out of Baltimore Harbor. This canvas was also used for tents, cannon covers and other supplies for Civil War armies; painted backdrops for Hollywood’s first silent movies from 1890 to 1900; and canvas cots, truck covers and transport bags used by U.S. soldiers in Europe during both World Wars I and II. I'm grateful for the Miner family for purchasing and restoring these red brick buildings. Photo by @labirdie #romanticweddingshoot #styledshoot #romanticweddings #winterweddings #historicmdvenue #marylandhistory #savagemill #nationalhistoricregistry #thegreatroom #carrollbaldwinhall #puttingontheritz #mdhistory #howardcountyhistory #visithocomd #historicsavagemill #howardcountyweddingvendors #weddingflowers #weddingflorist #putting_ontheritz #mdweddingflorist #vaweddingflorist #dmvweddings #dcweddings #2018weddings #weddinginspiration #bouquets #blushbouquet #organiclushbouquets #ohsoloverly #dellablooms
- Porter's Tavern is one of our stops for this year's #HolidayHouseTour. Built ca. 1797, the house is located on the corner of Manor Lane and Route 108. As the name implies, it was once a tavern stop between Ellicott Mills (the former name of Ellicott City) and the Montgomery Count Court House. Photo taken in 1986. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #hocomd #ellicottcity #portertavern #manorlane #ellicottmills #historichouses #historichomes #localhistory #mdhistory #hocohistory #hocoevents #maryland #howardcounty #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- Porter& #39;s Tavern is one of our stops for this year& #39;s #HolidayHouseTour . Built ca. 1797, the house is located on the corner of Manor Lane and Route 108. As the name implies, it was once a tavern stop between Ellicott Mills (the former name of Ellicott City) and the Montgomery Count Court House. Photo taken in 1986. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #hocomd #ellicottcity #portertavern #manorlane #ellicottmills #historichouses #historichomes #localhistory #mdhistory #hocohistory #hocoevents #maryland #howardcounty #howardcountyhistoricalsociety
- Porter's Tavern is one of our stops for this year's #HolidayHouseTour. Built ca. 1797, the house is located on the corner of Manor Lane and Route 108. As the name implies, it was once a tavern stop between Ellicott Mills (the former name of Ellicott City) and the Montgomery Count Court House. Photo taken in 1986. Courtesy of Howard County Historical Society. #hocomd #ellicottcity #portertavern #manorlane #ellicottmills #historichouses #historichomes #localhistory #mdhistory #hocohistory #hocoevents #maryland #howardcounty #howardcountyhistoricalsociety

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