State House Trust
The State House Trust was created in 1969 to oversee the area inside State
Circle in Annapolis, including the State House. This oversight extends to the
use of buildings and grounds and any exhibits on display there. The Trust
supervises all improvements, alterations, additions, landscaping, and repairs
within that area.
The Trust consists of four ex officio members (or their designees) who serve
as trustees. Members of the Trust may appoint from one to three nonvoting
associate members who are qualified by experience and interest in historical
preservation. The Trust retains an architect as a consultant.
|| Larry Hogan, Governor
||Thomas V. Mike Miller, President of the Senate
Michael E. Busch, Speaker of the House of Delegates
Charles L. Edson, Chairman, Maryland Historical Trust
||Elaine Rice Bachmann, Deputy State Archivist, Maryland State Archives
The contact for requests is Elaine Rice Bachmann, Deputy State Archivist, Director of Exhibits, Conservation and Artistic Property, Maryland State Archives.