Atomic Era Jazz & Cocktail Party – Maryland Historical Society

Atomic Era Jazz & Cocktail Party – Maryland Historical Society

Pictured (LtoR) Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun reporter; and Stephen Hunter, Baltimore-based novelist/former film critic

Pictured (LtoR) Leah Ramsay, Johns Hopkins University science writer; Melissa Archer, Maryland Department of Housing & Community Development grants administrator; Elizabeth Totten, University of Maryland graduate student; and Carson Billingsley, University of Maryland strategic relationships manager

Pictured (LtoR) A.C. George, McCormick retired vice president; Dr. Kathryn George, Quest Diagnostics pathologist; and Clinton Daly Brown, Brown Advisory partner

Pictured (LtoR) Robert Hopkins, MHS board member; Jenny Hopkins, J. Griffith Interiors owner; Susanna Dent, O’Conor & Mooney realtor; and Mark Letzer, MHS president/CEO

Pictured (LtoR) Olivia Radcliffe, Levindale certified nurse practioner; and Jen McCulloch, Olive’s Very Vintage owner

Pictured (LtoR) Leonard Kinsey, “The Dark Side of Disney” author; and Emily Brungo, University of Baltimore assistant director of annual giving

MHS supporters enjoyed a 60’s style spring night in the MHS courtyard.

The Maryland Historical Society courtyard was chic central for chit-chat & cocktails.

Trilby & ‘Tini’s (May 4, 2016) The courtyard at the Maryland Historical Society was filled with folks in 1950’s garb and jazz tunes, courtesy pianist Lafayette Gilchrist, as MHS threw a cocktail party centered on that era for its supporters.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.