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Women’s Civic League

9 N Front St, Baltimore, MD 21202 www.womenscivicleague.org

When constructed circa 1790, this house was one of several built side by side, and is now the only surviving example of these early Jonestown homes. Baltimore’s second mayor, Thorowgood Smith called 9 N Front Street home. The Women’s Civic League sponsored the restoration of the home in 1972, and continues to maintain the building. The Women’s Civic League was formed in 1911 to promote safe, healthy living conditions in Baltimore as well as to beautify the city. The organization has sponsored the planting of thousands of trees throughout Baltimore and hosted Flower Mart from 1911 to 1999. Join the Women’s Civic League for a tour of this historic Federal style home!

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