designs and scripts the interpretive exhibits in the Maryland State House for which he was recognized with the Calvert Prize for Historical Preservation in 1988.
organized and scripted Joint Sessions of the Legislature including those relating to the 350th anniversary of the founding of Maryland (1984) and the 300th Anniversary of the move of the Capital from St. Mary's City to Annapolis (1995)
designed and edited Charting the Chesapeake, by Russell Morrison and Robert Hansen (Annapolis: Maryland State Archives, 1990). With Ann Hofstra Grogg.
designed and presents each year The First Citizen Award of the Maryland Senate which the President of the Senate gives to prominent Marylanders. 1992-
helped design and scripted the traveling exhibit Colonial Encounters for the Library of the Johns Hopkins University, 1993
designed the Award and wrote the historical introduction to the Speaker's Medallions (in silver and bronze) which are given by the Speaker of the House of Delegates each year to distinguished Marylanders. 1995-
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