St. Mary’s County Historical Society

About Us

 
The St. Mary’s County Historical Society collects, preserves, researches, and interprets the history of St. Mary’s County, Maryland. Our collections are held in trust for the use and education of the public.  They are primarily composed of documentary and archival materials with a focus on the county’s people, places, and events.  This information is made available at the Historical Society's Research Center, through publications such as The Chronicles of St. Mary’s and the Tudor Hall Times as well as through programs and exhibits. The Historical Society also provides stewardship of 18th century Tudor Hall which serves as its headquarters.  
 
The St Mary's County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) organization.


Operating Year: January - December 2020


Board of Directors
President: Dr. John Roache
Vice President: Susan Dyer
Secretary: Ernest Bell
Treasurer: Christine Senese
Director: Barbara Ives
Director: Donald Stabile
Director: Delores Magnani
Director: Michael Mummaugh
Director: Hon. Roy Dyson
Director: Dr. Robert Goldsmith
Director: Peter Himmelheber
Director: Carol Moody
Director: Jason Babcock
Director: Patrick Woodburn
Director: John Houser
Director: Vacant
 
Staff
Executive Director: Peter LaPorte
Administrative Assistant: Mary Wolfe
Archivist: Carol Moody
Research: Carol Moody
 
Committees & Chairs
Buildings and Grounds: Michael Mummaugh
Chronicles Editor: Peter Himmelheber
Development: Barbara Ives
Finance: Christine Senese
Marketing: Delores Magnani
Membership: Susan Dyer
Nominating: Hon. Roy Dyson
Programs & Events: Dr. Robert Goldsmith
Research & Collections: Carol Moody
Technology: John Houser
Volunteers: Vacant
 
Publications/Communications
The Chronicles Editor: Peter Himmelheber
Tudor Hall Times Editor: Peter LaPorte
Website Administrator: John Houser