The Jonas Green House

Jonas Green House Jonas Green interior

Welcome to the everyday home of Jonas Green built in 1738. This residence also served as the print shop of Jonas and Anne Catharine Green, public printers and publishers of the Maryland Gazette. The current resident, Randall Brown, a direct descendant of the Greens, will lead the tour of his house.

He will discuss:

colonial money Mr. Brown is a dynamic speaker that will enthusiastically captivate your imagination. Like his father he is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy. You will also see a portrait of his father, an admiral that served in WWII. As a bonus, you will be shown an original sketch done for Mr. Brown's father by Norman Rockwell.

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