August 06, 2016
November 26, 2016
Join us in Baltimore’s Mt Vernon neighborhood for a journey into the scandalous history of some of the most esteemed members of Baltimore society. From the Gilded Age to the Jazz Age, Mt Vernon Baltimore has it all. It was here that Francis Scott Key died, and his second cousin, F Scott Fitzgerald drank himself nearly to death. Here Mary Garrett Jacobs ruled Baltimore society, and Wallace Warfield Simpson first worked her wiles. Mt Vernon has hosted kings and presidents, and not a few famous writers. Join us to revisit the intrigue of the past along these hallowed streets.