Johns Hopkins Gazette: January 2, 1996

Wintering at the Homewood House

     This year's attendance at the Homewood House Museum, the
Federal-period mansion on the Homewood campus, has been a
record-breaker, attracting more than 5,200 visitors, including
the strongest-ever turnout of faculty, staff and students.
Forty-five volunteers donated a total of 2,709 hours, conducting
tours six days a week.

     Through February, the museum is decorated to give visitors a
sense of early-19th-century winter life for the Charles Carroll
Jr. family, the mansion's first occupants.

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