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Homewood Museum

One of the nation’s finest examples of Federal architecture, Homewood Museum is a National Historic Landmark located on the campus of Johns Hopkins University. Built in 1801 as a country-house for Charles Carroll, Jr. and his bride Harriet Chew, the house's outstanding furnishings represent the height of 19th-century fashion and provide visitors with an intimate look at the lives of this prominent Maryland family. 

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