Ex officio: Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Senate President; Casper R. Taylor, Jr., House Speaker; J. Rodney Little, designee of Chair, Maryland Historical Trust.
Nonvoting associates: William Voss Elder III; Orwin C. Talbott.
Architectural consultant: Historic American Buildings Survey
Secretary: Edward C. Papenfuse, Ph.D., State Archivist
c/o State Archives
350 Rowe Blvd.
Annapolis, MD 21401
State House, Annapolis, Maryland. Photo by James Hefelfinger
(Hefelfinger Collection, MSA SC 1885-763-1, Maryland State Archives)
The State House Trust was created in 1969 to oversee the area inside State Circle in Annapolis, including the State House. This oversight extends to the use of buildings and grounds and any exhibits on display (Chapter 199, Acts of 1969). The Trust supervises all improvements, alterations, additions, landscaping, and repairs within the area.
The Trust consists of four ex officio members (or their designees) who serve as trustees. Members of the Trust may appoint from one to three nonvoting associate members who are qualified by experience and interest in historical preservation. The Trust retains an architect as a consultant (Code State Government Article, secs. 9-501 through 9-506).
April 1, 2001
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