Maryland Historical Society
It’s the final chapter in a brazen scheme to steal part of history. Millions of dollars’ worth of political collectables are now back with their rightful owners.
“For All The World To Hear” is the name of a project at UMBC featuring personal stories about the civil rights struggle in Baltimore.
Frederick County’s tourism chief says Francis Scott Key’s handwritten lyrics for the “The Star-Spangled Banner” are coming to Frederick.
The man who admitted to stealing thousands of valuable historical documents in Maryland and around the country is headed to jail.
Thursday marks a new life in America for dozens of naturalized immigrants.
Kai Jackson talks to members of the Tuskegee Airmen, the Maryland Historical Society and the Enoch Pratt Free Library.
The man who admitted to stealing hundreds of historical documents from museums up and down the East Coast– including here in Maryland– may have sold some of them. Now, federal investigators are trying to get the priceless pieces back.
They are the unnamed faces at the center of a new civil rights exhibit at the Maryland Historical Society. And just in time for Black History Month, experts are trying to identify thousands of people captured by a well-known African-American photographer from Baltimore.
Millions of dollars worth of historic documents were stolen in a multi-state scam that ended here in Maryland. Now the man behind the historical heist has pleaded guilty.
A presidential historian has indicated he will plead guilty in a case in which he is accused of stealing documents signed by President Abraham Lincoln, Napoleon Bonaparte and other well-known leaders from around the world.
Guilty. That was the plea Thursday from one of two men accused of stealing priceless historical documents from the Maryland Historical Society.
A federal judge will allow a presidential historian charged with conspiring to steal documents from U.S. archives to sell an Andy Warhol print and other items to cover his living expenses.