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Painting of Governor’s Mansion on a Card Table


Painted card table top featuring an image of the Governor's Mansion in Maryland as a 3-story brick house with steps to colonnaded porch and with slate roof. The house is set in a garden, with grass in foreground, trees to left and right, and red flower bed in front yard. Used by Maryland Governor Albert Ritchie (1920-1935), the table top depicted the executive mansion as it appeared at the time of his service.



circa 1925


Oil on panel


31 H x 29 W inches

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Gift of Josephine Lanahan Dulany

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Digital resource provided by the Maryland Center for History and Culture


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